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XXXVI l FIT TO PRINT. 8 A CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1911. of Today Wants A Pages JESSE No. 24 R, ESKRIDGE etters to the Most Popular Man Good Doll. 1 Lives In Illinois Wants Dump Cart Dear Old Sithla: I tu a little Gii six Denr Santa Clans; I will write to you Dear Old Santa Claws: I am fcoing venrs old. Pll trll you what I want for and let you know what I want you to to light you my first letter. I am a Xmas. please bring me a Doll buggic an biing tne, if you cm find the way out little boy live years o'd. I want to tell a little trunk and lots of good tilings to here. I will go to bed early and sleep you to not forget to IMMtl M me and Written by The Breckenridge News Little Folks eat. a small Doll that has hair, an dout sound, and not watch on come down my two little brothers. Alorro and forget little Sister she Wants a Dull that the chimney. Walter Owen, rn Xrr.as eve night. I Gives Out Statement Embodying From A Leetle Boy. Wont Brake, so please keinerilier us. Wants A French Harp. I want you to hii'g me a little piano, will tell what I would love to have. I His Reasons For Wanting We live mile from Town On the a story book, red Christmas bell, nuts, want a little blue sweater, a dump cart Dear Santa Claus: I am a little hov Pordsville Rmd. Vour little Girl, Ruby candy, oranges, Miliarias, dont ferret and a toy goat, a little horse and Dear Santa: Please bring me a The Man He Thinks Is Best Keenan, Glen Dean. Papa and Mama and other little boys wagon a li'tle mule too and some french harp and a toy pistle and some five years old I want you to bring me a and girls. will clopi for this tiiii- - hop- oranges, b.innies and candys and nuts bannas and applet and candv. Your pistol and caps a little wagon and tram For President-Ta- n! Can Not To Mr. Santa Clans. ing to see you soon. So good bye, I will sluiting crackers, roman candles so this and bring my little dog, IVddle, a col. little boy, Gorman Harold Cox. trv and do bettei next time. I'.om GUd- - is all. please dont forget to come. I I want some candy oranges baCarry Ohio. lar and live at Addison, Ky. clost to the rail nana nuts and Just anything tl at you Dear Old Santa: I am a little Boy 4 fl R Weal herhi'lt, Moweaqus, III. She Is Just Five. road and the Ohio river my name is think a little boy would like I am your years Old, I want to tell you what I SAYS TEDDY CAN WIN Loves Her Teacher. Kverett Lee Black. little boy Wlllard Whoberry, McJuady, Want for Xmas. please biing me a Sad Dear Santa: I am a little girl just dle, a trycicle and some nice CHiidy an My name is Amanda five years old. Will Be Good Boys Always Grateful To Santa. Hardinsburg, Dec. 18 (Special. ) apples an lots of good things to eat I Dear MRtti i am a little girl il years' I am a good girl. Now Evelyn Cox. have ben sick with the fenvers. but I oh) and go to chool everd ly Miss Perl Jesse K. Eskridge today gave out a dear Santa, please bring me a big doll Dear Santa Claus: am a little girl cm ate now, so please dont foiget me Mays is my teacher and is so sweet to Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy statement, embodying his reasons for that can go to sleep. And I would love advocating be a good little Hoy. Wavie Keenan all of her children, please bring me a four years the nomination of Col. old and I want you to plea d to have a little bed for it. Bring me a nine years old 1 want to thank you for Pll Taifork Ky. doll tablile, dishes, ring, pair of over not forget me. I want you to bring me Roosevelt for president in 1q12. He tub and wash board and a little irne so what you brought me last Xmas and shots, bring my sisters Miry Elsznbeth candy, oranges, bananas, nuts and said: "Col. Roosevelt is not a candiI can irne my doll close and I would like ask you to bring me something this Wants A Cook Stove. I want a doll and Annie Ki airier a doll t, bring raisins, a little horn, drum and a toy date for the nomination, nor will he be. that will go to sleep to have lots of nice things to eat such Xmas all of us some1 fruits, candies. Your train. I have a little brother, nlease The advoccates of his nomination are post card alas bannas, figs, candy, oranges and a set of little dishes and a dont forget to bring him something not concerned about whether he does Dear Santa Claus: I am a little Girl sweet bait, Nell Lewis Matting))-nuts and please don't forget the Baby, bum and also a aviator cap. and candy nice too. We will be good boys and go or does not make an announcement. he is good to. I know he would love to oranges bananas nuts and most any- I years Old. I'll tell you what I want It is their ardent hope that his sinPut 'Em On The Porch. thing to eat am your little girl, Veva for Xmas. please bring me a little cook to bed early and not look. Franklin have some candy and a little wagon. cere patriotism will not permit him to Owen 0, Marshall, McQuady, Ky. Well Dear Santa that is all so don't Whoberry, Mctuady. stove an Doll liuggie an trunk, lots of ignore the call of the masses of his nice things to eat. please Remember litforget me. I am your little girl, AmanDtar Santa CI rust: I am a little boy DMtf to assume party leadership again. A Locket Some Story Books. Wants tle Florence Pool, her Mother is Dead six years old iind tins is m second li da Evelyn Cox. It is apparent to careful readers and but she lives a little piece from here ter to you. now I hope you will not ills observers, that conditions in the ReLetter To Santie. I Dear santa: will write a letter as it with Mrs Sanders, she wants a Dol! point me as on was so kind to me Dear santy Clause: thought I publican party are not as they should is so near and tell you of a few Buggie and some candy, dout forget us. last ytnr. I am not going to detain yon Would rite and tell yon what I wanted be, nor as they formerly were. The long in trying to find oi.t what I would you to Bring ne tins Christmas I want a Yours: Marie Keenan. (lien Dean. Dear Santie: will rite and tell you tnings want, l want a Doll party is not in harmony on great ques liKe to have, now bring me candies want you to bring me all kinds of tions; and what I want for Christmas. I want a Bracelet, with my name on it I want important issues. There is fruits fire works and Irish mail and a candv, fruits of all kinds. I would love much dissatisfaction throughout Will Not Be Here. and a cap and all some story Books and some candy and pair of shoes; a cloak the train I want uncle Hillar y to lire for me. to have a nice locket ami chain. 1 hope country with the present nice things to eat. 1 live one mile from oranges and seme nuts. I will Be a administraHolt I will go to bed early and close good girl and wont peep Mary Chris-tien- a Dear Santa: I thought best to write bring my two little brothers KttMthilft you will have a nice night to visit us all. tion, and for more than one reason. It ay thing will please ihem as they are I have but one sister and she is married is not satisfactory to Hamman. Cloverport. my eyes tite. From vour little girl, and tell you where to bring my pres- conservative so small, now bring mama and papa now afad lives in Louisville, but she will Republicans, Brook Pierce. progressives or insurents. A Good Little Boy. now gents. I am going down to Minima Lillards and auntie something nice to. I judge be at home Christmas to see us. they want something to eat I hurd Ult- Mr. Kabbage I want you if you please Chairman Barnes of the New York to spenil Xmns so bring them to Skill-maBlame You. Can't ima say this morning that they sugar to put this in the News so santa can see Republican State Committee says in Ky. Dear Santy Claus: I have been agood and Coffe was out uow please dont for it. So I will close for this time hoping substance, that the policy of Now dear Santa please bring me a big the Adlittle boy ever since you was hear lsst get BN now if you cant get in just sit the all tne little girls a merry Christmas. Dear Santa Clause: I am a little boy ministration respecting Trusts, is ruina Xmas and have been oirg to school. I doll with dark brown hair anil dress it things out on the poarch. Your true Mary B. Hendrick, Clover Creek. 7 yeafs old. I am a very good boy, and tion to b siness interests. wanted to write this in tune so you in pink silk, some story books, also some friend, James (fregory, Cloverport, Kv. will tell you what I would like for you Chairman Brown of the Ohio State would git it I want to tell you me and nice games and Santa dont forget tin to bring me. I want a Christmas tree He Was A Christmas Gift. Committee, says that President Taft my little brother will be at my grand fruit and candy. By By Santa Your lit Just Four Years Old. with a Music box, a train that will run Paps cannot carry Ohio. Cliairmm Lwt, of Xmas at Stephensport. bring me tie friend, Lida May English. on track, some roman candles, bunch a the Indiana State Committee-- ; says the I am Pair of skats and anything else you Dear Smta Clans: a little Boy of fire crackers, Candy, Oranges, ap- have to spair and my liote brother, just Dear Old Smta Claus: I am a little seven years olJ Christmas Day. 1 want same, and that the light is lost in adFrom Little Miss Board ples, nuts, figs and Bananas. Piease bring vance, if Taft be renominated. These Kirl four years old. I go to school all you to Hring me a him some Nice toys so good bye Christinas and a ltirth-dadont forget papa and Momma, from Santy Clans from Forrest Wood, Louis are important and pivotal states from a the time. I learn very fast. Please bring a Pair cf hie Top Presant Briug me your little boy William. Melvin. Scrog-gin- s, Dear Santa Claus: I thought I uie a ring, a doll, a bracelet aud lots of Button shoes and a T y Cycle and a lit Republican standpoint. Ville, Ky. Kirk Ky. The striking feature of the propo.-ewould write you a letter and tell Candy, nuts and ftuit. tle Pistle ami sum Caps to, sum Oranges P S) Dear Louise Babbage: I am not Col. Roosevelt, is that Now don't foiget to come. I will be a Candy and Nuts and Gateful Little Girl. and Bring nomination ot llauuuas you what I want for Christmas. I gxiing to school at the present time. good little girl anil shut my eyes tight Brother something to. Do not throw my it gets its encouragement and support want you to please bring me rub- and not peep. Prom jour loving little Our Teacher got after all of them with from popular sentiment. No political leter In the Waist 1! .skct il fjr I Dear Santa Claus: You were o good ber doll and a little go-c- art a paddle. I thought would be next so for it girlie, Stella C. Shrewsbury, Gleu Dean, am Papa's little Dem crat Punt in Dar- machine or organisation is back ot it. 1 live I hope you will to us last Christmas. I quit, do you blame me? He will not be nominated by office some candy oranges lianai raains Ky. ned, Ky. Raymond C. Mattitigly. remember us again this year. holders, or machine politicians, but iu tigs and a little pair of leggins for I have tried to be a good little girl. I spile of them. To Santa Claus. Wants A Wash Tub. Just Five Years Old. please sir, piano, me to wear with grandma to feed waut a i i.i ;. lions His Candidacy would be acceptable doll with muff and fur, a little safe, her chickens and a pair of little to progressives and conservatives alike. I will rite and tell Dear Sa::te Claus: Dear Santa Clausr: I am a little girl some fruit and. nuts. Please remember gloves and cap made of bear skin. Dear old Snnta: I am a little girl 5 He is the original Progressive and Conyou what I want you to bring me for Le is and Drainer;!. Your little fiieud, six years old will ou please bring me a years old and have a baby brothel I servatives and Stanpctters do not fear I am a good little girl Iamstav- I want you to bring me a Christmas. little dresser anil trunk a little whsIi Nona Lyddan, Irvington, Ky tend to him for mamma an help her all him. IDC with my ffrandma f miles SOUth ( cloak and a pair of shoes and a head board and tub. I can. I want yon to come to see me He possesses the greatest executive SoMM candv bauaii tries ordiryes and west of Stephensport and will be scarf pin. 1 live one mile from Holt Wants A Barn And Stock. aud Johriie arrd bring us some good and constructive ability of any statesand do not lorget to come and don't thete when Christmas oomM but rtiisens please bung my little sister things to eat. You must bring all of my man of the age. fie is a master in the forget mother and father. I will go to something nice and f apa and Mamma and brotheie something, now financial world, and big business interDear Santa Claus: I want to thank my home is at irvington but I love something bed early and will close my eyes tite. nice too. As ever your hale dont forget to come. We live where we ests recognize him as such. Brieflr oranges. Your little you for the nice things you brought last to tav with my oiiindma jn the giil, llessie Muriel iniius Bring candy and did last year. Your liltle girl, Theluia su mining up, we find grave fears exist I want a big tool set this time, alcountry where I can go out and girl, Myrtle Pierce and don't forget to year. among well informed Republicans, as Dutschke, UuiM Star, Ky . so a Rough Rider suit, a violin, a pop ee the cows come. Holt. the chickens and pir-an- d He Can Read. to the availibility of President Taft. It gun, a barn with stock, some flat runner also please dont forget my seems to be conceded that if the DemoA Little Basket. skates, aud nuts and candy. I waut Wants A Little Red Wagon. Dear Old Santa Claus: I am a little crats do not lose their heads in ConJack and the C.iant Killer. Dear Sinty, little cousin .Jesse Pauline Brown gress, their prospects of victory next Dono Lyddan, Irvington. at Irvington as this is her first boy five years old. I go to school every good bye. Geo. Dear Santa Clause: I thougtlwould Dear Santa Claus: I want you to Xmas. But would like to have day, I can lead, write aud spell. My write and let you know what I want year are brighter than tlu v hive been Wants A Locket. for twenty years. Miss Bring me a little Red Wagon a little I you come and see her to. Now teacher isyou to Hallie Iteatty. I want The indications are, however, that if briug me a watch, a Xmas want a doll and a doll cradle, Yellow Sled two little Kubber Balls a please dont forget me. I will go wagou, a knife and all kluds of turns, candy, oranges and nuts and a little Col Roosevelt is nominated by the RePackage of lire Crackers each and Som Dear old Santa Claus: I am a little basket Well that is all anil please dant publicans, he cannot be beaten. Big Human cannons so we can learn to girl I go to school every day I want a to bed at 8 o'clock and not awake i in lies aud nuts. Don't forget papa, lorget your little friends Bridget It appears, therefore, that the duty shoot with The Big Boys and a little locket and chain and a ring and I want until 5 o'clock and shall not peep MUM arid little sister. I want you to of every Republican is so clear aud the Monkey On The String a little Train that little lamp and that doll down at at you. I am your little girl, bring them all something nice. I will way so plain that a "wayfaring man, bed with three little Coachers with it and a Mr. Payne's. It will go to sleep and Mary Andra Virginia Board, go to your early and shut my ees tight. Nice Little Letter. I am though a fool, cannot err therein." little boy, V! M. Shrewsbury, Gun a peice and Som Candy Oranges I want a silk scarf and a pair ot kid Glen Dean, Ky. apples Bananas and all Kinds of Nuts. gloves. From Annie Belle Ramsey to Stephensport. Dear Santa Clause: I thought I would So we will go to Bed Early xmas eve dear santa, Stephensport. write and let you snow what I want for Mr. Lewis Highly Pleased Night and Shut Our Eyes Tight So we Another To Santa Wants A Fire Engine. Xmas. 1 waut a doll and a doll cradle will Close as Ever your little Boys Ode With His Advertising. Little School Girl. story book, oranges, candy and uuts Whobery. Andrew Ball. Dear Santa: I will write and tell Dear Old Santa: I am a little boy I) and please dont forget my little bro. Dear Mr. Uabbagc: You will please 1 would love to have for years My Dearest Santa Claus: I am a lit- you what old and wbeu you come Xmas, I William from your little friend Lucy for this week continue my ad as it is. Her Eyes Tight. Will Shut tle, wee school girl, seven years old, Chiistmas. I do not want very much would like for you to bring me a fire McGoveru. I must thank and compliment you upon and study hard, booing you will come this time as you brought me so many engiue, the splendid ad you have gotten up for boxes of pistol caps, six roDear Santa Clause: 1 am a little girl this way with your leigh and rein deers things last Christmas and have all of man Cannons, three packages of tire me. It's display and arrangement is Easily Pleased. Seven years old and I will tell you and bave some nice things for me. I them nice; you brought me a gun and I crackers, candy, oranges, nuts and apsimply first-clasCannot see how it lok-e- t what would like to have want a want a pretty doll, a cap, some oranges, would like to have some caps for that; ples aud every thing nice. And I have can be bettered. Again thanking you Dear Santa: Bring me a doll go cart, and wishing you and a trunk and a doll aud a Set of raisins, bananas, apples and chocolate would like to have a gum ball, a watch, a little sister 5 years old She would like and the News a splena pair of skates, a sweater, nuts candy, oranges, apples dominoes candy bananas cocauuts rais-en- s candy, also a doll bed. Your own little a pair of over-shoeh big doll, Set of dishes, a little Iron, did Christmas. Ever your friend, T. C. I hope 1 have not asked for a knife and some candy, nuts, bananas candy, oranges, tigs nuts 3 packages of fire crack- girl, Kdith Davits, llarned, Ky. Lewis, Hardinsburg. raisins aud all kinds of cocoanut. and be sure dear santa and bring me many things, If 1 have just bring ers 2 Roman cannons 1 believe this is nice fruits and things. So please re- too some shooter crackers. Now please me what I ought to have and I will be all I will go to bed early and shut my member us. I go to school everyday aud Wants To Be Good. Was Here Last Year do not forget me. I will be good. I satisfied. Goodbye from Ella Jarboe to ayes tight, Eva West, Lodiburg, Ky. obey my teacher, please don't forget remain your little boy, Samuel Wilbur bim, his name is, Mr. Santa Claus. A little boy who was a stranger to Jess Walls. Ami Dear Santa Claus: am a little girl Cox. Going On Three. the Sunday-schoo- l teacher, last Sunday also briug my Father, Mother and old five years old, and want to be good, so P. S. My home is at Sample, Ky. Wants A China Doll. was asked at S.inday-achoo- l if he er sister something nice We will go to you will nut pass uie by, ao please briug was ever at Sunday-schobefore. Ha 1 am a little L"4 yrs bed early, shut our eyes and wou't peep. Dear Old Santa: me a pretty doll, a nice cap, some baua-us- s, Dear old Santa clause: Please bring answered "No." Then he added quickWants Caps To Shoot In Pistol. 1 am your little boy, Kobert Ryan, Kirk old, and want a doll aud doll cart, apples, raisins aud candy, also a was he.e last Christmas:" P. S. Please remember Craudpap uud me a chiua doll with golden hairgrowed ly: "Oh, yes, to play dinand table and some dishes little riding horse. Your dear little girl, Everybody who has not been to Sunday in to its head and with soft hands and ner with and some candy and oranges Wsrda Davis, Hurried, Ky. dear old santa clause thought I .ran liinmim t Creushaw. feet and just big enough for me to car school for a year is invited to coma and dout forget mamma I will try aud right you a Letter and tell you would Lives At Lodiburg. ry. And plenty good things to eat I will Sunday and gat ready to start the new be a good Girl and go to sleep early. what I wauted for Xmas cups to shoot hang my stocking on my little rocking year right. Santa Claus will be there Wants Pop Corn Charlie Lee Hamman. iu my pistol aud a pop gun and some Dear Santa Clause: as it is getting You come through hall and will to greet you. caudle aud some orange aud some tigs near Xmas I will write and tell you chair. leave the door open. Your little, girl, An Engine. Wants Dear old Santa: I am a little girl. I aud some uames aud some uuts aud what would like to hsva I want a lok-t- t Christmas Rates. Jane Waggoner, Stephcusport. I want a doll some wax and a pitcher book and be go to school sometimes. and King ana a trunk, candy oranges ... ... nuts figs and Kaitent 1 doll buggie aud all the candy 1 shure aud briug Mama something and bauauds Reduced rater. IO all Henderson Route Dear Santy: As aui a boy full of and a Austin Beaviu, who lias been ill at life 1 waut you to briug uie au engine. can eat. All kinds of nuts and a big Papa something and bring my Little sis ' packages of fire crackers '.' toman St Josepn's infirmary in Louisville, poiuts effective December .", 16. 1,', flL now at tile T-ij Bring me a big shot gun. Harry Mat ball of pop corn and a cocoauut. Prom ter something Bonial Lee Dent, Irving cannons so I believe tnis is all so be Nelse Q.iiggius home of Mr. and Mrs. 11, ti, !. 24, 35, M, 31, 19I1, in this city and is doing IMS, good ton. Ciuday Ramsey, Stephensport. sure and come. Vauda West. reluming Jauuaiy 8, l) It. tingly. nicely. "SANTA CLAUS" ADVOCnTNJOSEVELT 1 go-car- . 1 1 s. 1 1 y d 1 -- , i s. 1 1 1 1 ol 1 I 1 1 . -B- REfOHT (K TIIK C NDITtON OF THF. FIRST l STATI: BANK Krn-tnrkj- Stewart's Rsttaursnt STEWART DRY GOODS CO. m oins huoln L OHoiS Room Sfnih Floor Noonday Lunch 350 at ihe town of IrTlnfton, county ol Hrei kdirli'irr. itnt. ol i Iheelo-eo- l tiine on the ill. day of Hi ci mix r. I'M id Soda Fountain eamenN wttm mmckt a c . mew vana. IHOUMB Loans and Discounts and other Bonds, Stock ard Securltita. . . t Due from Bank Actual Cash on hard .. 4 I C hecks, cash items and exchange for clearing. H S cured, Overdrafts JUS Jt0 K j Hi COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OUR EXPENSE. THE PLAN, BRIEFLY, IS: Purchase from your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in this store, take your return ticket and your sales checks to the transfer desk (South end of building), and we will refund in cash 5 7 of your total purchases up to the cost of your Round Trip Railroad Fare. Notice to Charge Customers Rebate made in cash at time of purchase and not at time of settlement of account. 3 210 M 00 O9 00 400. 1 48 7 00;Unecnrid.$';i7.- - If ) Other Assets - t included under any of the above heads, none - rei.t Kxperses antl taxes (inld Heal Kstate, JltiiOOO; Furniture and Fixtures. 1,669. 81; total in 9I7 S"7 4H 61 9 660 HI 00 f77 003 4fl Total LIABILITIKS 10 II ircash.. trial ; Cat lt.il Stcck paid in, $!;" 000 td CO Suipiiis. fS7li.77; profits. 1141.6.. 1 068 10 Deposits ' Do Your Holiday Shopping in Louisville and at Louisville's Christmas Store OurMail OrderDepartmentWill ServeYou Mh Deposits terest .(X); interest on which is paid, $'27,-- ! on which in-- I te not paid, 50 93" 05 13 32,02.00: total Cashier's checks, outstanding, ,00; Certified checks, Due total Notes and Bills redis.00; Bills payable, 00; total 10 Other liabilities not included under any of the above heads, none 15 to banks 00 00 - counttd. 00 00 $77 OO3 15 If you cannot come, write us a list of what you want, and your order will be filled as satisfactorily as if you were here in person. !; Total OF KENTUCKY sTATK County of Breckenridge J I. J. C. Payne. Cashier of the above minted bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best S(T. of my knowledge and belief. J. C. I'ayne, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me by J. C Payne, this 16 day of December, Bill. Matt P. Payne, J. P. B. Co., Ky. f W. J. Pig-jrott- . a55 1 Minor I p Payne- Jno. R. Wimp. Directors. Never in the history of this great store have the stocks it been as large, the selections as varied or the values as great as at the present Holiday season. Every wanted need finds its satisfaction in the myriad of Christmas things which are displayed in the 61 different departments of this great store. The shopping facilities of the Stewart Dry Goods Co. are unequaled by any store in this section of the country. The broad, spacious aisles the splendidly trained clerks, and the modern equipment makes easy the handling of the vast crowds which daily throng this great store m ACCOMMODATION DESK Second Floor LADIES' WAITING ROOM Third Floor TO YLAND Fourth Floor illll ssa mm Ear SplendidlyReadyinHolidayMerchandise Laid To Rest Under 12 3S l rs ? The American Flag. The body of Will 1'arber arrived in this city Ust Wednesday and the funeral whs held from his home. The services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis. Mr. Farber's death was not unexpected. He had been ill in the army hospital in Montrey, Cat., for several weeks and the family were notified of his illness. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Kussell Hawkins, of Seattle Wash-and Mrs. Kate Ditzenbaugh, and three brothers. Addison, John and George Farber. , "Ity child was burned terribly about the face, neck and chest. I applied Dr. Thomas' Klectric OIL The pain ceased art the child sank into u restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, Hamburg, N. Y. Wants His Child A case that is attracting some attention in the neighborhood of Addison ia a writ of habeas corpus proceedings by the father, C. C. Kennedy, for the pos- Cai reuse Knott a id hahy. vitiltd Mr. ami Mis .l imes Stiff iit'iu Ui ion Star Mr. and Mrs. II. Avitt, of LodibarCi mb! Sundeij with their daujililtr. Mr. Henry (.tollman Mr. ai d Mrs. .1. r week and made verv interest iiir talk i.t the school. Hem v ( Vim. an ha liis child leu it nt'W organ. They are taking music ItitOfM under the instructions of Miss Aliene Middle. Mr. and Mi-.- . lolan llardc-t- y and ImWy. and Mis. Pratlu-- spent Sunday at Mr. TboMMW II ill's. I'roclor Kindt ami family ri in inovn H to lit hen vour feel me wet anil cul l, Mid your botly chilled through and through and family. b hum exposu'e, tt.ke a big dose of lVm-ioCough Remedy, liatlie your ami Ansnn Knott were leet in hot wat i before going to lied, in BnUMtoolmrg last week. tad wu are aluiuvl certain to ward ff a Andrew Dri.skell. Super ii ten-- ' vtir cold. Pol sale bv all dealer. W Cham-lieiUm'. dent, re lu- -t T. Farmer ate shredding corn. busy shucking and pre-ent- ed Mrs. Kdna Hvlton was calleu to Virginia to the betiMiic 01 her mother, Mrb. n .ling, who n ill ol consumulion. r has i. turned from Lui.-.ville- , wlieie kb. his been the guest ot her niece, Mis. A M YcsselU. Mrs. I'., .kk .m ami fiuen Lewis .ni" ii were quintly married at me home of tier brother, H. Hvlton. S . Kjllman , con-Ittopl- .., .: . Mi-sou- the near future A few friends gathered at tl e home ol Mr. ami Mis. Henry CVhman Saturday Right to enjoy W. 15 Arjfalirijjht, of ihe iiiu.-iUodiburgi 'U'd RfltHHrt Hendty, played the violins ami Mrs. ( Ktis SuH' and Miss Kdyih Knott play ing the iii'uii and gjuilar- c. Marion Hardest v has lately painted his house. Mis. Km ma Noble has Oivensbor., where she vh.ited her sis ter .u.'. brother. returned from Mr. Driskell called at the Pleasant Valley School Tliursday. Mrs. Lula Shellmau is able to be up again after a light attack of typhoid fever. I was completely curetl. per from Oneida, Ills., to 111 West am now as well as any man in this Ave., Hutchinson, Kansas. I could not county and I give Doau's Kidney Pilla do without the good old News. It is bet ter than a letter from my old home the credit." Price 50 town, as I get news from it from all ovFor sale by all dealers. Plenty More Like This In Koster-MilburCo., Buffalo, er the county, concerning many of my cents. New York, sole agents for the United old friends. I am greatly interested in your continued story, so please send me States. Kemember the name Doan's and last week's copy, which failed to get. Heme-o- f ClnVerpnrt p ople ran tell Wishing you and The News success. i. in'-- - Kulnry 1MI- -. Many a take no ol her. you about I am yours truly, Warfield Millet. iMppv en MM make a puhli I hlHtrtneut New Officers. Ii of expeiieucr. II. te la a cae of it. All the good qualities of Ely's Crestn What heller proof of met it can le had quid Cream than such eudni ae'iienl? Woman's Fotelgn Missionary So Halm, solid, aie found in The ciety, of the Methodist church, held Balm, which is intended for ose in High Si , iMover-erpi'iJ C Weatherholt, That it is a wondeiful remedy Ky., say: yeaia ago I d'd their last meeting of Ihe conference mild ever year Monday afternoon They report a not think it possible that up spleudid year's work autl greater interhe Will again, in fact, I had More Than A Letter. in v ..ii .us I cannot deacrihe the misery est among the in tub rs. The following Hab-bag- e, I tudurtd iroin paina thiough mv back officeiswere elected: Mrs. V. G. Dear Mr. Mabbage: Inclosed please presidriit; Mrs. V. M. Smith, first and whenever I stoop d, ihey t.ecaiue to if someone vice pres dent; Mis. Hbelby Conrad, sec- find 1.10 fur which mark me up to Dec. sharp that it really felt an LAi as I do pot want the Wn tin listing a kuife into my k duty. ond vice president Mrs. James Payne, dearI'M- -, News, as it is moreto miss let old than a v ; Mrs. Wicklitfe receiving secrelai I is often very dizzy, da k spots float corresponding :.cretarv; Mih. ter to us Wishing you and all friends s, and I had to grasp ed before uiy a happy Xmas nnd a prosperous New something lo keep fiouj falling. My C W. Mooiiuan, tieasurer. Year Yours truly, Mrs. J. E. Couty, j nils became swollen to twice then Nick ci so n. Kans. aize xtid lost vtright rapidly naltir.. I'.veiy family has need of a good, until I was a ikrletoo. The doctor' 1'or spisius, ionise-- , lllliniHiil iiieilu iiies or the man) guaranteed curei soreness ot the muscles snd rheumatic Don't use harsh physics. The reacthat 1 tried did mil help me and tiually pains there is none belter than Cham- tion weakeus the bowels, leads to it was my good fortune to bear about berlain's. Sold by all dealers. c.ironic constipation. Get Doan's Ke-I) au's Kidney fills. immediately pio ilcts. They operate easily, tone the at fisber'i Drug Stole i ui rd a supply stomach, cure coustipation. In The Story. Interested u and was ifreatly suipiisrd at the received. Before I had taken the Dear Mr. Habbage: Beginning with um'.cuti of the second bos, there waa uiaiked iuipiovemeul and 1 continued tins wk's copy, pleas, i hinge aiv pa- - CASE AFTER CASE using them until 1 session of his child, now in the possession of Mrs. Sarah McCoy, the grand mother. Mrs. McCoy claims the right to keep the child and care for It by request of it's deceased mother. Several witnesses have been summoned in the case, which has been set for trial before Judge Waggoner at Hardinsburg next Thursday. Henry Moorman and V. C. Babbage are the attorneys. Police Court The civil term of the Cloverport Police Court meets the first Monday in each month, having a civil jurisdiction of all collections on notes, accounts attachment and garnishee proceedings, running from $1.00 to $i00.00. V G. Babbage, Judge. n 1 I GEO. F. DEAN ANNOUNCES WITH NEW FIRM An announcement has been received here, announcing the association of Geo. F. Dean with the Blaine & ThornD-so- n company, of Cincinnati. The announcement is one written in a per- t, "l'o sonal way by Mr. Dean, giving ; hie effex- reasons fur his change. He is an icient advertising man and has had cellent experiences. NOTICE Alton Smith Ate v 1 Planum ) g 1 I re-u!- Subscribe Mattie Smith &c, Defendant All persons having claims against the estate of John Smith, deceased, will file same with undersighed commissioner on or before the first day of February, 9 duly proven as required by law; this tith day ot December, I 1 No. j355 1 ; lyll. Lee Walls, Com'r. KKI'OIIT l" HIE f!0ITiOS K TIIF. Breckinridge Bank In t hi-- town cf CI .irprport, DnlnB 'mtlne f Krn-tnrkOOVlltf ( Hrirklnrllir, HtHH" m thi I'lim-o- f lml ' r Tn Pill Ynnr IV I IM I Vl I VIII IVIMIUV hritmaoN Ruining Slocking Full and r HOLIDAY SHOPPERS. ttir :ili Iht 'if It'll Over We Kava RKSOIRCKS 1 Loan and DtaOOVBta US. mid other Bonds, Stocks ami securities .1 Due from Hanks 1 Actual Cash on hand 8 Checks, cash items and exchange for clearing it Overdrafts Secured. $121, 7l 6'i BS,Sl6 1 9 Cndkw, Onnifi Ki;s Pranrt, A pj Bwwkmw, -. Corm remember we give 5 per cent rebate on your purchases up to amount of round trip Railroad Fares Bacon a sons t DO YOUR CHRISTMAS . SHOPPING EARLY BY MAIL . SHOP IF YOU CAN T COME IN .. . . I B8.69J 2 Nut. R in, "71 6. 2117 9( PERSON . . . . OOOj taxes paid Real Ratal, $j 72-- 71; Furniture and Fixtures, 2,ji! 20: Total ! Other Assets not included under any of the above heads 8 7 rnsecured, 7S ' Current expenses and 74 I.Nfl a 9B Candies from ) Otto 20c per pound Layer Knisins 15c pot pound lb. Prunes worth If", itt markht strii-- MTWIBN ihikii am) FOURTH. I mtrrfffit ripifr tttm Huu, l,04j 1 ., BIG DISPLAY AND SALE OF ATTRACTIVE 5 M Total LIAMILITIRS 10 Capital Stock paid in, in cash 11 Surplus, 17300; profits, $8,585,' 18; Total 12 Deposits on which interest la paid, $i24,oi 6 Deposits on which interest is not paid. JM ,821 13 Total Deposits II Cashier's checks, out- 241,761 M Full line of Vegetables Cabbage, It'isli and Sweet Potato! 080 Md Goods, 45,100 00 10,889 IH HOLIDAY GOODS! Presents pretty or practical, pretentious ones and those less expensive. All of them appropriate and excellent values for the money. At least come in and look around Our store is replete with things for Christmastide. F. A, L 185,836 34 0 ro 0 on JARB0E& BROS. Hardinsburg, Kentucky standing, fied checks, 14 15 Due to Hanks Notes and Bills payable, $0 00; Certi0 00; Total redis-counte- 16 cluded under any of the above heads Other liabilities not Total Bills $0 00; 0 00; Total in- 0 00 0 00 County of Breckenridge. J I, A. B SklllmaOi Cashier of the above named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. B. Skillman, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me by A. B. Skillman, Cashier, this 15th day of December, 101 1. Marion Weatherholt, My Commission expires Jan. 10, I9I4. Notary Public, B C. V. H. Bow mar Correct Attest i S. 1'. Conrad, O. T. Skillman, Directors. State $24 1."61 M of Kentucky, The hag is then carefully stalthe mouth over two or three times and fastened with papi r clip-- . It is then laid on the grid or a wire rack on the floor of the oven. The oven must have only moderate heat to M . Soycr has insure best results. carefully worked out a time table for different meats and vegetables. In serving, the bag is drawn carefully on the piate and then ripped open and dish. ed by folding The Gift Problem Solved If you can't decide what to give, a visit to our store, with its well dis :arded. The claim made for tnese bags is that they not only do away with Of greasy pans, but Booking in them preserves the natural flavor of the food. In vegetable cookery this would mean a gain, as the valuable mineral matter which vegetables contain is thrown away in t he stock. We are now undertaking some x periments in our cooking laboratory with these bags, and shall have a further report to make later. wash-ink,' displayed Holiday Goods, will enable you to know exactly what to huy for hrother, sister, father, mother, baby, wife, sweetheart or friend ....... Toyland Witt Strother. NOTICE . . wauMj. ft IT IT. L vs John Canary, et aj. Defendant J All persons having claims against the estate of H. C. Canary, deceased, will file the same with the undersigned commissioner on or before the first day of February, 1012: duly proven as required by law; this the 6th day of December, lyll. Lee VValls, Com'i. NOTICE iuu " a b. Bell's et at.. Plaintiff vs. America Bell et All persons a Deft No. 039 1 will til the same with the u idersiuni d commissioner on or before the first iV of February, 1012; duly proven as required by law: his the 6Ul day of over $.!5 for school purposes. The booths and tables in charge of the High School girls were beautifully decorated MR. MUSSELMAN MARRIES with class colors. Miss Smith, under Read Lewis' ad. KANSAS CITY GIRL whose direction it was given, la being G. H. Baker, who has been absent nearly two years in the Dakotas, Spo- congratulated upon every hand, while she, in turn, is profuse in her praise The wedding of Miss Grace McK kane, Washington, and Illinois, arrived of the people who so cheerfully co op Boughner and William D. Musse man Saturday for a month's visit to his elated in the undertaking mother near town took place December the fou teenth, Miss Anna Kincheloe is in Sturgis at the residence of Harvey Snyder. J, H. Pile was in Louisville Saturfor a three week's visit to Mrs W. A Pinrce Avenue, Kansas City. day. Walker. M iss Boghner is the daughter of John Mrs. I'ercy M. Heard was in LouisW. Boghner, a prominent banker and Mrs. Mary Leigh (Jregory. of liar ranch owner, of Natoma, Kansas. Mr. ville a few days last week. ned. is the guest of .vir. and Mrs. J. H. The children of the Methodist Bpla Pile this week who has many friends Musselman, among San Antonians is regimental copal South Sunday School will render The pupils at the High School made sergeant major of the Third Field Ar- a short Christmas program Sunday a volunteer contribution of over ifli 1)0 morning, which will take the place of Friday for the benefit of the Kentucky tillery, now serving at Fort Sam the regular lesson. Children's Home Society. The Bazaar given the for the Mrs Marv in Beard returned yester-da- v benefit of the High School, was a sucfrom Owensboro after a few weeks cess from every point of view. It made with her sister. Mrs. K B. Knglish. December. 1011, the estate of Nannie Hell, ileceaacd. having claims againtt Bring the little ones to see this veritable Fairyland. Dolls, big and little, the biggest and prettiest assortment ever brought to Louisville. Toys and Toys for girls and boys, indeed, an interesting display for grown-up- s HARDINSBURG In THE BASEMENT ;J , I Dee Walls, Com'r. Paper Bag Cookery Makuaukt II. IIaooahi, Colorado Acrl- cultural e.illetrt! The paper-hacookery which has been the rage all over England for sometime, has reached the United States and is taking the country by storm. These bags were perfected by M. Soyer.a French chief, who experimented until he found a bag suitable in texture and strength, and without any disagreeable features attendant upon the use of the ordinary paper bag. These bags come in all sizes to suit different quantities of food. The bag is slightly greased on the inside and the meat and vegetables put in. Sufficient water t(. prevent burning or dryness is added unless one wishes a large amount of liquid to serve with the Hy g Mr. Vogt. of Louisville, arrived Saturday to visit his daughter. Mrs C. B Mr. and Mrs John Richardson and Bowling (Ireen the Brat of the year. family have moved into the H MeyMiss Myrtle Brown will spend the er's house holiday! with her parents near Kkron. Miss Agnes Hynes came home ill from school at Russell villa, and hopes NOTICE to return after the holidays. Hank of H'burg & Trust Co .Pl'ff. ' Mrs,K Strother and daughter will vs. JZi leave next week for Owensboro to spend Carl L. Wilson, Defendant All pcrsi-nhaving claims against the winter with Dr. and Mrs. W. N. s Charlie Crider has gone to Illinois 'or a short tri) Charlie Harnett, of Evansville. was here this week with Mrs. W.A. Hynes. Misse Pattve and Lnnine Cox ieavi thi week for Auburn to spend the hol- ., ....... ilu uirir .1.. iuja Ermineu Will?is! , ivirs rcav rice. Mis- enter the Normal at vv : tr Subscribe Now 30C ceased, will li.e tile same with the unKev. Clay Moorman and son, Kdgar dersigned commissioner on or before Marshall, of Huntsville, III., will spend the lirst day of February, 1918; duly ' nroven as required bv law. this the holidays with his parents, Mr. anil day of December, l'.lll. I.ee the th Walls, Mrs. T. R, Moorman. Com'r. the estate of lieorge W Itjrtnn. de- Q o 0 A of Jewelry Gifts! i Christmas Warning to Buyers Impossible it Is for a man behind the counter selling jewelry, who has never been a jeweler or silver and gold worker, to tell a customer what he is getting in jewelry. Be not deceived, and take the risk in losing your money in CHEAP, GLITTERING, ARTICLES. Beautiful Jewelry is appreciated m HOE 51l ioiSlIc hoc It is Necessary to Know What Jewelry Is. and One has to be educated in its make-u- p of the gold and silver, to appreciate it. quality No one can intelligently know a good or inferior article without a jewelr's education. To sell jewelry is only the part of a salesman. To understand and know what a piece of jewelry is, means another thing. Go to YOUR a Man ot Experience more than anything at Christmas. Handsome silver is what everybody wants. Do not let any one persuade you to get anything but the best. HOHE JEWELER. You know him. His goods you can risk. He takes pride in telling and showing his customers that they ar; getting value for their money. He delights in providing you with just what you want. He makes special orders. All his goods are HANI) ENGRAYEl). You can depend on your home jeweler to take an interest in you. A Visit to The Store oi T. C. Lewis Christmas Jewelry is a lifetime present and wins a Jewelry you can get place of love forever in the heart of the recipient. For anything in first-cla- Will satisfy and you need not go elsewhere. ss o Q o 0 T. C. LEWIS, 30C : oc 30C 3 Hardinsburg, Ky. HOE D THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BARBAOI SDNV PUBLISHING NEWS, CO. Isnucd Every Wednesday. EIGHT CLOVERPORT, KY Subscription . WEDNESDAY, DEC 20, 1911 it vc-a- r hlw 1.00 in BU8INE8S LOCALS Hitinnal insertion. 10 tnh DOT advance. line, and . ruts for oncb nd THE CIIHISTM.tS LETTER Knniod( MatDBffy in hi letter to Santa CsMN Wt hopo he will ho president Pupa's litlll DfUOrH. day- Mfl MM Mrs. (i. L Brady is in Louis rille the guest of Mrs. Taay Me Cov. he if Mrs. J, J. Tilford after being good the euest of Mrs. Clarence c Co' DoOOl at Shelman exchanged if not satisfactory. .V: Roger 1X47 table MMS, $:. 00; Rogers tee spoone, f 1.00, Mrs. Darid Fits is In Louisville. Mrs. Sally Moorman, of ( lov erport, whs he truest of Mr. and Mn. Cha- - D Hook Sunday. There will be I n on Christmas services at the Mflhodist ehureh The on Buedsjf evening. ( liiis. R Shepherd, of ?ill preach. The choir, with Mr-- . W. i. Piggott at the orgaa, will lender BOON excellent mink Mail orders receive prompt L"iii-villo. sTrJ .r - 1M n m i ' n lb i Our Chustmas Specialties! ' Democrats an- mijrhtv scarce in that neighborhood. in Fordsville, returned Include mi many b.skI thins thnt you nmt s Nmb t" sesessssss yoi Imvc hiTC the wi'itlth of Lyddnn. of Irvintrton. in his letter to Santa. MJI own he want' a barn and some stock, lie is a youngster I after our J . heart. If "DM" Lvddan don t turnish this hoy wirn a narn ana nil It's rare in u .......l. lio won't lie treating this boy riirht. " MI1H " tind a boy on the farm with an ambition so high this day and time to (icoiL'e Dom 1 II I 111" Consult T. V Motilothlan for Subscriptions to Courier Journal. Times. Post, Herald. Farmers Home idge News. Miss Kimnii Loa Moormaa, of (ilen Dean, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs Robert A. Cri-de- home Tuesday. Candies, Fruits, Nuts, aS S "hole lot of Ihlnif" for iiik tar riessy (r VSfBMf Etc. BBS il, Western Recorder and Jire Journal, stock Yard Joe ra- nl ll iniinv Oil SBtBSaiN SaSBBS luTe m'ii-llo- We invite commercial checkinj: accounts of individuals, firms and com- Mtrrj I Christmas to )0 nil! is worth '.00. It is much safer than the Hank's stock that sells for less than 1.00. r. ITTI.K STOIMKs WHITTFN WHILE THE PRESS THUNDERS by bocm f Mis- - Maggie Handy was in Lou-i-vill- e Jas. J. Burke, Cloverport, Ky. Additional Local Mabel Mereer, who teacnes in the HsWSSVille Hish School, will visit Mis- - TMs Mereer in Hardinsbur dur iiiK the Christmas holidays Mr. Shanks, of the Baldwin Loeomo-liv- e works of Philadelphia, an expert examiner of locomotives, is at the Henderson Route shop" for ten days. Ceorce C Merritt, of New Albany, nd. , visited his brother, W. M. Merritt, at Addison last week. This was his first visit back in fourteen years. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kerry and daugl -ter, Annie Murray, will leave next Tuesrlav for Indianapolis to be the quests of Mr. and Mrs. David R. rav. Mi-- s panies. HAVE. We refer those who have not done husiness with us to those who Saturday. accurately test and tit your eye-- . Lenses ground to tit the most com plicated CSS). Shi is fact ion MADE Come, you who read the little stories of I'ress Thunder! Lst'l get a card and send to the one whose Christmas is sure to brine a note of sadness ard regret. Santa l.ius never forgets the very j.oor. Friends loving'y symnathie with th crif stricken. Hut the poor victim of sin! The man who has made terrible mistake. The woman who , has acted imprudently. Tncsc wretcn-edmiser. lole creatures whom the world will not quickly forgive, let's remember them and trv. as best we can. to gladden their sick hearts. Am' then, we shall have fulfilled the Christmas message! Mrs. Albert Ashcraft is at home after several days spent in Frankfort with her sister, Mrs Kcagin. Jess Clarkson, of Hig Spring, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jno R. Wimp last week. The Sunbeam Society, of the Baptist church, is conducting a very successfu doll bazaar today mid will continue fo two days longer. You will make no mistake to open an account with E H. Shelman (ft Co.. a tunic tnat fins less expense and 10051 more surplus than any bank in the county. Mrs. F. H. McGehee was given h surprise dinner last. Monday at her home in honor of her birth day anniversary. Covers wert' laid for relatives Walter Joseph Figgott, Jr.. end J O Cunningham, who are attending tnc State College at Lexington, will be home Shelman el C are prepared to Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital S50.0O0 THE BANK OF Surplus $20,000 & TRUST Resources $320,000 CO., HARDINSBUR6 DEPOSITORY . !! Hardinsburg, Ky. FOR UNCLE SAM The Hreckenridge Hank, of this city, has received the appointment as the depository for the Postal Savings Bank, of Cloverport Mr. Skillman said they bad received a lot of stationery and printed matter to be used for it Oscar MiOavock raised 14,000 pounds and had a fine crop. C. W. BOHLEI MARION WEATIIERIIOI.f J. W. PATE Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. IRY1NGT0N Mrs. L, B Moreman was in New any last week, the guest of Mrs. .las. A. Crawford. Mrs. J. C. Mattiryly. who has been the (MSt ot Mrs Robert Cr der. has returned to ilen Dean. Christinas services at the Bapti-- t church at II o'clock. Special and appropriate music v. Ill be rendered by choir. Pastor will preach on "The Advent" being the 2nd 111 the series of sermons on ti e Lift ard Character of Jesus. K. II. Shclrr.an A. Co's depositors have the greatest protection of any bank in the State. Capital and Surplus 1 l 'nristmas. Shelman & Co's selection of watches, d'amonds and jewe'ry will please the most fas.idious. Trie Christmas li.t.mr given on last Friday and Saturday by the ladies of the Methodist cburch, was tjuite a sue- cess. The proceeds will be used by the Udite lor a local Miss !!. Ada Drurv, of Louisville, arrives next Saturday to spend Christmas with Mrs. K. B. Midlothian and Miss Yiila J. Drury. Select a present for your friends at Shelman & Co's. No charge for engrav ing. 1 FOR SALE on terms you can buy, the Road, Bridge Work and House Moving m registered stallion, j Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. High-lan- d Glenworth, 3196. Not a better bred one or 1 m li ft Also first-clas- s; individual in the State, a nice black Jack. !:, 000.00. Rufii Cain and Milton Hardaway left last week for Los Angeles. Cad., wnere they will reside in the future. Mrs. Nannie Hobert.-on. who has been visiting Mrs. Albert Ashcraft. lias gone b ick to Qottua, Willie Lewis, of Owcnsboro, who has been the uuest of Mrs. Kate Bennett, fcas returned home. Deposit your money in a bank like 15, H. Shelman A Co's, where the stock Mr. and Mrs. ( has. Hawe ami little daughter, Ethel Louise who have been visiting'.M r. and '.Mrs. Sam Haws, in Owensbon , re- turned yesterday. Mr. and Mr-- . Joseph Trent bave I returned to Custer after a short m to relatives here. m Reduced prices on everything for the next week at McGlothlan & Son's. Shelman ii Co. will sell an HI fidn or W al t ha n watch for $4.50; fl Rogers ls17 knives and forks. Sii.jH j -it This stock is we are going out m Estimates on Application Come and see the stock. We are going to sell. of the business. 1 HARDINSBURG. KY. 1 Ffl H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY ior o1 oil ioi i11 . 3oi ?!! ion j )fcczzrz3oizjou zjoi Z3fc 101 l!c Cl0thing 1 Go To ALEXANDER'S For- Tl Clothing I still have a big line to lect from ALL WOOL se- Iir5cu3aum Qotncs. it'-- ttAXSt TftAAi'-- OU will find that Santa Claus has made this store his headquarters and you will find everything to please both, old and young. Dolls, candies, nuts, oranges and etc. Bring the children to see Santa Claus. Special Prices Good Calico LADIES' LONG COATS All sizes and colors jut yard Yard wide cotton per yard Hope lileaclied eotton prr yard Mali's heavy Meece lined MssMTWtar, worth lOSHt 8 bars Lennox Soap J 4c 4ic 1 at prices ranging from $4,00 to $1 5.00 Blue Serges 1 lot Suits,worth $19.60; t lot Suits, worth 1 at $10. 0 7ic 39c 25c 15c 25c 25c 10c 1 have a good Mipplj left at prices that LAOIES' READY-TO-WEA- LADIES' COAT SUITS will interest you. R S8.50 S7.98 OOiJO 10.;at 1 HATS All jro at Uh than cost. Von will rind a nice assortment still left to select from. $7..';at lot Suits, worth r qq These are real bargains ami it will pay you to see them. Hominy Mens' Shoes have a big lot of PATRIOT SHOES; lace. Patent and tan shoos, worth $4.00; OVERCOATS button and lot Overcoats (Presto collai) worth 10.; S7.50 go at 1 lot Storm L'Uters, S5. worth $7 50; at 1 lot Overcoat, sizes 31 to 30, worth $5.; 1 I i nns '6 Tomotoe.-cans o Corn pounds Soda meat at Best side 12k These are real Bargains and have nearly all sizes. LADIES' HEAVY SHOES, worth $1.50; go ; S2.50 SI .25 at S3.75 ED. F. ALEXANDER, 30C I30E Irvfngton, Ky. 30C HOC k o D m 30E noc m rtr fl " 13hc Brcckenridgc News. 20, 1911 : tiu: CONDITION or Tim BANK OV CLOVERPORT ItKI'OItT ok WEDNESDAY, DEC. r- - Doing limlnpM nt tliu town of Clovrrport, county of HrtTlpnrilir. Suite of Ktn tO(Ky at li i'li-oluliu' on tlio Mhilnyof DicenilNT, inn f RESOUUCKS LOCAL BREVITIES Loans and Discounts .. f3! 510 52 00 3 26j 27 3 8.18 99 15 110 day. Calendar pads nt Hrabandt's. Jim Wagner was in Louisville Inst week Christmas cards one cent each at the News office. Ueavln Tucker was in Irvington SunMrs. Clint Reid was In Louisville last week. Bernard Morrison was in Cannelton was 0 J Stocks and Securities .... Due from banks Actual Cash on hand... Checks, cash items and exchange for clearing Secured, Overdrafts $303 61; Unsecurod, $31.07 U. H. and other Bonds, fWw. liglit-vallow-pric- "Come lo Cloverport" It Never Flickers The long winter evenings give a woman a splendid chance for sewing or embroidery; but her eves suffer from the strain unless she has a good light. The Rayo is the best lamp made. Only lL Days taxes paid Heal Estate, ,00; Furniture and Fixtures, Jl, 100; Cnrrent expenses and total 30 2 61 10 90 00 1 100 Other Assdts not included under any of the above heads 515 I7 $19 O There is no glare to it; no flicker. It The Rayo is an economical lamp, too. It gives a strong, diffused light that is remarkably easy to the eyes. lights up a whole room. 'Till Christmas mi Get Busy Today! Sunday. J. V. Owen, of New Orleans, Deposits on which interest is not paid, S16.Cq7.63: total de- SO 5O6 18 Iposits Mrs. Percy Beard, of Hardinsburg, J3 Cashier's checks, out went to Louisville last week, standing, 00; Certified Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlnsey and son 00 checks, .00; total spent Monday in Owensboro. 00 I4 Due to banks Miss Eva Plank and Miss Mary Pate Is Notes and Bills redis- counted, .(X); Hills payspent Thursday In Louisville. 00 able, .00; total InMiss Jean Burn entertained the 16 Other liabilities not industrious Set Friday afternoon. cluded under any of the 00 Misses Theodosia and Lottio Mathe-nabove heads were in Louisville Monday. $4!) 701 11 Total Everet Frank has returned from Evansville to deliver his tobacco. STATE OF KENTUCKY) VSCT. at her Miss Stella Walker, who is ) Countv of home on the pike, is not improving. I, Paul Lewis, cashles of the above The piano at Sippel's will bo named bank, do solemnly swear that given away Tuesday, Dec. 20. the above statement is true to the best of my knowlfdgo and belief Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison and Paul Lewis, Cashier. children went to Louisville Friday. Subscribed and sworn to before me Mrs. Shelby Conrad and son, Samuel by Paul Lewis, cashier; this 18 day ot Edward, were In Louisville last week. December, I9II. Notary Weatherholt, Marion Perkins & French are feeding seventy head of hogs at their farm at Amnions. Public Breckenridge county. My commission expires January 10, Forrest Conner, of Owensboro, was 1014. Miss Fronnie Dean Sunthe guest of John A Harry. day. Correct attest J.K. L. Oeize H. W. Thompson, of Irvington, was j A A. Simons. the guest of Miss Esther Mae Jackson Sunday, L. J. Carnegie, of the Webster Stone Richard Stites, of Louisville, spent Company, has gone to Jacksonville, Friday with his iriend, R. J. Perkins at Fla , to spend the winter. Dick Avitt, isville Inst week, Nilo Beauchamp, of Lodlburg, has returned from Iowa. Pretty Christmas cards and tissue paper at the News office. Total home last week. LIABILITIES Mrs. Sam Furrow Is ill at her home 10 Capital Stock paid in, in in the West End. cash of Lodlburg, went to Lou11 11 lor the oil burned ; and the Rayo lttell it a You get the most poible lamp. Yet it it a handiome lamp an ornament to any room in the house. The Rayo Lamp it eatily lighted without removing ihade or chimney : eaiy to ; alto in numerous other itylet clean and rewiclc. Made of tolid bratt, and finishes. nickel-plated total Surplus, $2,600.15, Un divided profits, .f2 58S 78; $5 000 00 Ask your dlcr to show you hit line of Riyo Umnii or write for dcicriptiv lo my tsency of the circular Deposits on which interest is paid, $12,-908.- 5 IU7 93 Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) Piano certificates will be given until 2:30 p.m., Dec. 2G. 12 fyw22& I W a. SAI.K-Oo- od ats Sleers Irvington. For Sale Lots of Nice Gifts for Your Selection .I (1 I J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. J&Q&&P&lW9fa&FWf&&WQ&W)fte&&&t&&&&favAlQ For Sale ers Foil old; years C. L. Winn, It. I). No 2, Vnku of Work StiTM 'M0 pounds, tlrod loadCliL'iiplf you need tliom. K'y. ey For Sale COIt SAU'.-- A 15 Iioiac power stationery dim Kniztm! Wutklns itviLi in lrnnd ri. " pulr.Hn.f'kPiirldKU News, Ulovcri,ort; ICy 111 Breck-nrldg- e of lt'tttil blanks. Cloverport. Ivy. COU SA I.E-Ih-- ods. .Mortirritti's and all kinds HrucKcnrldKu News, me BanKQT uioverpon Cloverport. For Sale Scholarship In tlio Howling Oil liri'Pn rniviTsii. pood in nny m art merit of that University. HreckonrluRoNsws, SAI.lC-ticliolar- tlilp Ivy Choicest Christmas Candies! await you here. There are good, wholesome, inexpensive c.'.ndies to help fill the children's stockings. ") r WE Always carry a full line Pays 4 per cent on Time Deposits J Cits depositors are made secure by stockholders whose aggregate wealth amounts to over There are Dainty Boxes of Confectionery for my ladye fayre" or her mother. There are candies that to look at is a delight, that to taste is know what pure joy is. Come and get what you want and get plenty. 1 I Amnions. Mrs. Tony Nicholas and Miss Hazel Holder spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville. Fancy salad bowls, china ware and Japanese ware for Xmas gifts. T. F. Sawyer. Miss Mamie DeHaven was the guest of her brother, Dr. Fred DeHaven, two days In Louisville last week. A big assortment of candies, one pound 10c; others sell same candv at IS to 20 cents lb T.F. Sawyer. Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, i Pipes, Tobacco Come and See Them 1 am Yours for Clean Senice Mrs. Wm. Miliner and Miss All piano certificates must be in at 2:30 p. ni. when they will be Sallio ltichardson, ot Union Star, wont to Louisville Monday. counted. lame Saturday to see Mr. and Mrs. delightfully for the Methodist Ladies Society r(V Peyton Scott. The best New Orleans molasses, new crop, per gallon, 55 cents at T. F. Sawyer's. Arthur Beard and Mrs. Herbert Beard, of Hardinsburg, were in Louisville Thursday. Lost Friday, Gold Cuff Button. Finder please return to News office and Mrs. Vachael S. v BROWN, J. rropnetor Hinton, of Louisville, Mrs. Allen Kingsbury entertained PAIII IFWK , f.adiipr IS9rS1 B. ks W: . m: receive reward. Mr. and Mrs. George Wendelken left Friday for McComb, Miss., to spend Christmas. Earl Payne writes to have his paper changed from Chinock.Wash., to Chula Vista, California. Mrs. Mary Reynolds aud two children are here from Louisville visiting her mother, Mrs. Sippel. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heyser, of Cincin nati, will spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Foster Heyser. Miss Valivia Frank will go to Louisville Thursday to spend Christmas with Mrs. Killla Howard. Miss Ivi Wine left Monday morning for St. Louis, where she will visit Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wine. Mrs. John Harrison, of Mystic, and Miss Harrison, of Lodiburg, were in Thursday afternoon. Aid STEPHENSPORT Harry Newsom delightfully enMrs. tertained the Girls' Club and several See McCubbin.' lino of Dress guests last Wednesday afternoon Goods. It's complete in every William White, Andrew Ashby and detitil. Virgil Babbage will return home from State University to spend the holidays. Mrs. M. L. Roberts, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. LeRoy Ramp, of Kansas City, O. W. Dowell and son, Master Clifford will return home after Christmas to William, were in Louisville Monday. visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Men's and boy's Clothing, Lad- GIBSON & SON j 1 fc i&mtM&&w&wmiiitom&&' Esffel rSfrS !H5i IHiSI SrSi flfflS3SgsiSaa:aM&sStoS5SMSa3a iSS! S SfjC23 S5JS1 EiSl IS5JS1 l35ESi H m Marion Weatherholt, , Jarboe. ies' and cliildrens Wraps at greatJoe Moorman, of Brandenburg, and ly Itcduccd Prices at McCubbins'. nephew, Louis Bennett, of irvington, Mrs. Frank Waggoner and children, have gone to Sarasota, Fla., to spend of Irvington, are guests of Mrs. Charlie the winter. Waggoner this week. Jas.S. Youn'ger and daughter,Eudora, G W. Payne, J. W. Frerch and E.A will spend Christmas at the home of Jlr. anil Mrs. U. M. McUlottilan in Smith went to Hardinsburg Monday. West Point. Cook Stoves and Ranges, from Miss Lula Severs will go to Morgan-fiel- d $0.00 to SM.OO at McCubbins. Tuesday after Christmas to be the There will be a Christmas tree and guest of Miss Lillie Muir Waller during entertainment here Monday night. the holidays. Gordon Payne is at home for a few Mrs. Thos. Bohler was called to Lou days. He kept the depot here Monisville Sunday afternoon on account of day while O. W. Dowell went to Louisthe illness of her duughter, Mrs ville. Wil-bur- Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky Someone You Think of The Last Minute! For that .xomeone a Christmas Gift, come to us and 11 ie we can help you when our help is most needed. neccjsities of everyday living are the. most acceptable Get the necessities in the Hest Christmas Ptescnts. Qualities and they will bo more appreciated than anything not useful you could give. We have: m Fire and Plate Glass Insurance I m Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' expciienco in the execution of I 'n Fine Soaps, Nice Hair Brushes, Good Clothes n Irvington Saturday, Misses Ella Smith and Francis Smith, Mis.-- Emllv Reid and Billy Reid were in Louisville Friday. Marion Weatherholt shipped a car load of lumber from Hensley Station on the Branch Saturday. Miss Bessie Sims, of Bowling Green, was the guest of Mrs. Q. W. Fairleigh in Louisville last week. The Girls Club will give a reception at the home of Miss Kathrlne Moorman Christmas night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank English and little Miss Lida May English will spend Christmas at Skillman. Gregory. Mrs. Alfred Heston arrived from Slkeston, Mo., Monday morning to spend Chrismas with her mother, Mrs. Francis Sawyer. Dwight Randall has arrived home from Cleveland, Ohio, where he has been attending college, to spend his Christmas vacation. Mr. and Mrs. George Farber and children of Muhlenburg county attended the funeral of his brother, Will Farber latt Wednesday. Charles A. Scott, the two year old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Scott, died of pneumonia fever Saturday and the burial was Sunday. Mis. Ernest Robertson, of Glen Dean, was the guest of her uncle, Mr Chas. Edmunds, at The Wlllard Hotel in Louisville last week. Don't forget that McCubbins havo wood and coal Heaters from $1.40 to $7.50. Dr. Shively and daughter.Henryetta, and his father were in Owensboro Saturday. Rev. Shepherd filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Get one of those handsomo Mr Rlchter, of Louisville, was down with his bird dogs hunting with Charlie Deeds, Mortgages, Con- Brushes, Extra Quality Comb's, Convenient Pocket Books, Memorandum Books, Hand-som- e Writing Paper, Silver Knives and Forks and other pieces of useful Silverware When in a Christinas Quandary, come to the 1 tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable for Work First-clas- Rockets at McCubbins fqr your wife. Waggoner Saturday. IRVINGTON s PHARMACY,' Irvington, Ky. Men's, women's and children's Coat Sweaters at McCubbins from 19c to $2.50 each. We are glad to learn that Mrs. II. S;5gBSc5K!SJ3 tSii UPSSSf i SS5J3i I I Dowell at Union Star, is very much improved. THE OLD RELIABLE Kcmombor that McCubbins carries an oxcellont lino of Shoes at Lowest Prices. Miss Liss Cashman, of Union Star.re-turne- d home after spending the week with her brother, A. U. Cashman. Go to G. W. Payne's for your Xmas candles, nuts, oranges, pears and apples, You will find they are cheaper. SECURELY REPOSING in tho strong vaults of this bank is the ideal depository for your idle funds, becaiibo tho utmost security is them, and as a depositor of this. institution you are extended every approved banking convenience in BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 our power to place at your disposal. We A comploto lino of Hardware and Harness at Furnituro, McCub-bins- . especially invite the opening of accounts by OUR RECORD: 30 mail. THE FARMERS BANK, years of honorable dealing. An absolutely Passed through thrco panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a chock. 3 per cent on Time Deposits Safe Place lo do Business. FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS I will have on sale men's, women's and children'.s coats, sweaters at cut e prices, beginning Dec. 20th., will until Jan. 1st. G. W. Payne. Go to McCubbins for your Cancon-tinu- x Hardinsburg, Ky. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY dies, Oranges, Nuts, Apples, RaiSara Morgan, the efficient agent for Mrs. Allen Pate and three year old sins, Currants, Citron, Bananas. son, Virgil, of near town, visited the the Henderson Route at The Falls, has Figs. Prunes and Evaporated News office last week. The little man left with his wife and baby tor a two weeks' visit and hunt in Arkansas. was anxious to see the paper printed. Peaches. CJ . ' Adventure ifssjlllllW 1 Am Well" A Romance of The South Seas DY Jack London Copjrrifht, 1 9 to, by Street 6 Smith '- i rtm lOlf. hv Irw Mft.mttln rtynmav itA..-Aron. one liljr fool. My word, who UIIAI'TUIt X. my i for medicine?" a uesiaoe moil nouciir.n. dismissed tlic matter hy pnsslnB TTPT.nnv i.m.m.. nwiire Hint sbo the gate mul closing It. Hut , through was Hpeaklng. Gogooiny pressed up ngalnst It and "I beg pardon." lie uuld. Impudently: "What's that you were say- - I said "Father ttelong mo one big folia You no hang 'm licnd belong "You weren't listening to n word. chief. My me. v.otd. you fright too much." I knew It." she clildi'd. "I was saying "Me fright?" she demanded, while that the condition of the linger tingled all throiH.li her. ,, Gibbet was disgraceful ami ttut to-- , . lMd be. ild I hf "Ugoing Ion -.- - Gogoomy said proudly. "Tr.W: hurt nm and not And then she re.iched for him ncrosq to take my men out und give her an the gate and got him. It was a sweep ..... I. inn Iwitt.iin AMn.l-- It.... 11..ll wST . ",UH',' I saw It "V, Conner four Inches long. He sprang for the gale as If to force when she rolled. Don't forget. I m it open, while the crowd surged forgoing cruising on the l'llbberty somo ward against the fence, .bun thought day. even If I have to run nwoy with rapidly. Her tevoher was hanging her." et on tiic wall of her grass house. on the veranda While at their colTee one cry would bring her sallois. and Satnn raised n commotion In the com- she knew she was safe. So she did pound near the beach gate, and Shel- not cry for help. Instead, she whistled don liiinlly rescued n mauled unci for Satan, at the same time calling frightened black and drugged him on him by name. She knew ho was shut the porch forjiiterrogatlnn up in the living room, but the blacks L The black dfevv ri scrap of note-pap- did not wait to see. They lied with from under his belt and passed wild jells through the darkness, folit over. Sheldon scanned it hurriedly. lowed leluctantly hy Gogoomy, while "It's from Boucher." lie explained, she entered the bungalow, laughing at "the fellow who took Packard's plate. llrst, hut finally excel to the verge or Packard was ihe one told .ou about tears by what had taken place. She who was killed hy ills boat's crew. Ho had sat up a whole night with the boy says that Port Adams crowd is out who had died, and yet his brother defifty of them. In big canoes and camp- manded to be paid for his life. ing on his beach. They've killed half "T'gh! Tho ungrateful beast!" she a doen of his pigs already and seem muttered, while she debated whether to be looking for trouble. And lie's or not she would confess the Incident afraid they may connect with the fif- to Sheldon. teen runaways from I.unga." "In which ohm 7" she queried. "And so It was all settled easily "In which case Hilly Pape will be enough." Sheldon was saying. lie was compelled to vend Poacher's successor. on the eranda. drlukiug coffee. The wi.h whiileboat was being carried Into Its It's I ape's station, you know. I knew what to do. I don't like to leave shed, "lloueher was a bit timid at you bete alone." first to carry off the situation with a "Take me along, then." strong baud, but he did very well once He smiled and shook bis head. we got started. We made a play at "Then jou'd better take my men holding n court, and Telepasse, the old along," she nth Ned "They're good scoundrel, accepted the findings. He's a shots, and they're not afraid of any- Port Adams chief, a filthy beggar. We thing except Utaml. and he's afraid fined him ten times the value of the of ghosts." pigs and made him move on with his The big bell was rung, and fifty black mob. Oh, they're a sweet lot, I must boys carried the whaleboat down to say, at least si.ty of them. In live big the water. The tegular boat's cii'iv canoes, and out for trouble. They've manned her. and Matanare und three got a do.cn Snlders that ought to be other Tahltlans, belted with cartildges confiscated." and armed with rilles. sat in the stern "Why didn't you?'" Joan asked. sheets, where Sheldon stood at tho "And have a row on my hands with fcteerlng oar. terribly He's the commissioner? "My, I wish I could go with you." touchy about his black wards, as lie Joan said wistfully as the boat shoved calls them. Well, we started them otT. , along their way, though they went In "I'm as good as a man." she urged. several miles on the beach to kal-ka- i "You really are needed here," lie re- back. They ought to pass here some plied. "There's that I.unga crowd: time today." they might reach the coast right hen Two hours later the canoes arrived. and. with both of us absent, rush tho No one saw them come. The house plantation. Condby. We'll get back bojs weie busy In the kitchen nt their In the morning some time. It's only own breakfast. The plantation hands twelo miles" were similarly occupied In their, quarWhen Joan started to return to the ters. Satan lay sound nsleep on his house she was compelled to pass back iimlei- - the hlllard table, in his among the boat carriers, and one of sleep brushing at tho files that pesthem stepped up to her. In the dark- tered him. Joan was ruiniunglng in ness she could not make him out. the stoieioom. and Sheldon was taking "What name?" she asked sharply. his siesta In a hummock oji the "What name belong you?" He awoke gentlj. In some "Me Aron." Ik said occult, subtle way a warning that all She remembered him as one of the was not well had peuetiated his sleep two sick boys she hail nursed In the nud routed him. Without moving he hospital The other one had Uled. glanced down and saw the giound be "Me take 'in plenty fella medicine neath conned with armed savages. too much." Aroa was saying. They were the same ones lie had "Well, and ,oii all right now." she parted with that morning, though he answered. noted an accession in numbers. There "Me want 'in tobacco, plenty fella were men he had not seen before. tobacco: me want 'm calico, me want He slipped from the hammock and 'm porpoise teeth; me want 'm one with deliberate slowness saunteied to fella belt " the railing, where be yawned sleepily She looked at him humorously, ex- and looked down on them. It came to pecting to see a smile, or at least a grin, him curiously that It was the destiny on his face. The test or the boys Had ever to stand on this high place lookcrowded up at his nick In a solid wall ing down on unending hordes of black Some one of them gtgi:leil, but the trouble that requited control, biilljing remainder regarded her in morose and and cajolery. Hut while he glanced intent silence carelessly oer them he was keenly taking stock. The new men weie all "Well?" she asked. "What for yon nrmrd with modern rifles. Ah. he had want plenty tcha things?" thought so. There weie fifteen of "Me take in medicine," quoth Aroa them, undoubtedly the Lunga nui "You pay .ue. ' ways. In addition u dozen old Snlders "You gu uioiig f'uuriciY," she bald, Were in the hands of the original Gtartlug in turn on her heel to enter crowd. These were the very same the gate. men who had killed his trader, Oscar, "ion pay me," said tho boy. at Ugl. "Aioa, ,ou all the sauiu one big fool. "What iiiiiuo j on walk nbout this I no pay you. Now you go." tilnce?" he demanded. Hut the black was unmoved. She At the ame time he stole a glance fe't that he was regaiding her almost rciiwiml to v. lime the l'llbberty Gibbet insolently as he lepeated: retlected herself In the glassy calm of "1 tako 'in medicine. You pay me. the sea. Not a soul was visible under You pay me now." awnings, ami ho saw tho whale-boa- t It was that she lost her tem- her Then wiih missing from alongside. The per and cuffed his ears so soundly as gone to drive him back among his fellows. TiiMtlitns had evidently was shooting fish up all alone Hut they did not break up. Another In hi the Itnlesiuia. Ho high plate ubou this trouble, boy stepped forward. while his woild K'limlioied peacefullv "Mo Gogoomy," ho said. "Uawo under the lreiit'i'es irid- muni belong me." brother VI Hit' ''''tl. Mtlll he re1 ""Ml III Uawo, she remembered, wua the .leniriiil. iiimic n' I'erv hi h's mice tick boy who had died. ;hls tli"e tin I u hln of ;iv.in,: auger "Go on," she commanded. "Uawo take 'm medicine, Uawo The blncks moved uneasily, like n herd Uawo my brother. You pay me. of cattle, ut the sound of Ids voice. Father belong mo oue bit; fella chief But not oue spoke. Directly beneath along Port Adams. You iny me." him ho caught sight of tho muzzle Joan laughed. of a rifle, barely projecting between "Cm-'ooiuyou Just the same two black bodies, that was slowly ele- " writes Mrs. L R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet. After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, 1 feci like a new woman." E53 Cjtnvrlrfhi. ' Take CARDUI s Tho Woman's Tonic woman's health depends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It is the little things tiiat count, a woman s lire and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We urge you to try it. Begin today. A W"r", ,, win i ."! - JrSSJIS 17. IS .'.'" properly, into which nan neen in ported the head of n wax match. "Telepasse, ydti old reprobate, teli 'm boys clear out along beach. Mr word. I no gammon along you." "Me no gammon." said the chief "Me want 'in pay white Mnry hang 'm head below: Gogoomy." "I'll comp down there nnd bang 'in head belong jou." Sheldon replied leaning toward the railing as If about to leap over An angry murmur arose, nnd tin blncks surged restlessly. The mil?, zips of many guns were rising from the hips. Joan was pressing the lighted end of tin cigarette to the fuse. A Snider went off with the ro.u of a bomb gun, and Sheldon heard n pane of window glass ciash behind him. At the same moment Joan llnt.g the dynamite, the fuse hissing and spluttering. Into the thick of the blncks. They scattered back In too great haste to do any more shooting Satan, aroused by the one shot, was snarling and panting to be let out Joan heard and tan to let him out. nnd thereat the tragedy was averted and the comedy began. Itllles und speats were dropped or lluug aside In a wild scramble for the protection of the cocoanut palms Satan multiplied himself Never had lie been flee to tear and rend such a quail. ity of black tlesli before, nnd he bit and snapped and rushed the llylnr legs till the last pair were above liN head "I fancy you need a lesson or two In nsertlng fuses." Sheldon remarked Jryly. Joan's eyes were scornful. "Th'-rwas no detonator on It," she e the Dcmocrntic platform thit was in it and left out the County Unit nnd there would have been an uphill flgh from the start, and ,1 doubtful rcsu't in FRESH the people by passing the law. It Is not only a bountlen public duty to carry out a pledge to the people, but it is a proper return for the victory we won on account of It. It has been a "plague on both our houses" ever since It made its appearance to politics. It cost the Democrats the State election four years ago and elected a Republican United States Senator by a Democratic Legislature. It ought to be gotten out of the way, lest It continues to do more harm and the only way to dispose of it Is to pass it. It cannot be defeated except by tremendous efforts upon the part of tho liquor interests and it will cost them dearly if they undertake to do It. The people are not going to submit to tho domination of any in terest. It they arc wise they will let this bill pass, for it will then mean the end of all legislation on the subject in Kentuc y. E'town News. recite these facts to point out the necejslty of the Democratic Legislature redeeming It's pledge to In the end. We merely Light Bread Just like homo mndo Delicious Pies, The Best Cakes This is what wo make with clean hands, fresh mutcrinls und good machinery Let us havo your ordor for Bread what you must have three times a day.... "Ihndbeeu troubled with conftipj-tio- n for two years nnd tiied all of the heft phjsiciatis in Bilstol, Tenti., and they could do nothing for me," writes Ky. Thos. IJ. Williams, Middlebo.-o- , "Two packages of Chsmbeilnlu's Stomach nnd I.ivei Tnblets cured me." For sale by nil dealers. H. J. Krebs Irvington, Ky. a. "Besides, tho detonator is yet uninanufactuteii that will explode that charge. It's only n bottle of said. chloro-dj'ne- ." Notice. All persons having claims against the Tar Springs Sanitarium Company, will file same with the undersigned, duly sworn to and proven nccordlng to law; same to be filed before the 10th day of January, I9I2. The undersigned Special Commission er will hear proof on all claims so filed, on the 17th of January, A. D. 1012, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and U o'clock, p. m. nt the office of Murray & Murray, Hardinsburg, All Ky. claims have to be proven before the Very Respectfully, undersigned. H. C. Murray, Special Commissioner of the Breckinridge Circuit Court. Hardlnsbury, Ky., Dec. 1st, lgll. of nil Will buy any kinds; placo und any amount; cash fur sumo. Wanted! H. DAVIS, && also Rabbits Tur- - S, Harned, Ky. To be continued The quicker n cold is gotten rid of the less the danger from pneumonia nnd oilier serious dUenfes. Mr. H, W. L Hall, of Wnveily, V., syf: "I firmly belirve CliHoit'erlniti's Cough Remedy to lie HUPolutely Ihe best preparation on Ihe mir".iet for colds, I have recom-mende- d it to my friends nnd they nil agree with me." Fur sale !v nil denlets. er DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dr. Owen's Ollice, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 5 p. m. 1 Dentist O Cloverport, Ky. CZIOUD O O COMIVIISSIONER'S SALE C30IZD BALL & MILLER 1 "what njii: vatlng towuicl VOU WALK 1'i.Aci:?" i aijolt this 4R4SCR' Mm. nt was nem atTrno hip by a man In the second row. "What name you?" Sheldon suddenly shouted, pointing directly at the nun who held the gun. Sheldon htlll held the whip hand, and he intended to keep it. "Clear out. all you fella boys!" he or dered. "Clear out and walk along salt U - i flu-Ju- v. "Me tall:." spoke up a f"t and filthy savage, whose hairy chei was caked with the unwashed dirt of years. "Oh, Is that you, Telepasse?" the white man queried gonlallj--. "You tell "in boys clear out, and you stop and tall; along me." "Him good fella boy," was the reply "Illni stop along." "Well, what do you want?" Sheldon asked, striving to hide under assumed-carelessnesthe weakness of conces slon. "That fella boy belong along me." The old chief pointed out Gogoomy. whom Sheldon recognized "White Mary belong jou too much no good." Telepasse went on "Hang 'in head belong Gogoomy. Gogooiny. all the same chief. Hline by mo finish. Gogooiny big fella chief. White Mary Lang 'in head. No good. You pay me plenty tobacco, plenty powder, plenty calico." "You old scoundrel." was Sheldon's comment. An hour before he had been chuckling over Joau's recital of the episode, and here, an hour later, was Telepasso himself come to collect damages. "Gogoomy," Sheldon ordered, "what name you walk about hero? You get along quarters plenty quick." "Mo stop." was the defiant answer. "White Mnry belong you bang 'm head," old Telepasso began agalu. "My word, plenty big fellu trouble you no pay." "You talk along boys," Sheldon said, with Increasing Irritation. "You tell 'in get to h along beach. Then I talk with you." Sheldon felt a slight vibration of the t veranda and knew that Joan had come out and was standing by his bide. Hut ho did not dare glance at her. There wero too many rltles dowu below there, and rifles had a way of going off front tho hip. Again the veranda vibrated with her moving weight, and tlo knew that Joan had gono into tho house. A minute later she was back beside him. Ho had never seen her smoke, and It struck him as peculiar that she should bo smoking now. Then ho guessed tho reason. With a quick glunco he noted the hand at her Bide and in It the familiar paper wrapped dynamite. Ha noted also the end of fuse, split water. Sauce!" proceed to offer for sile at Fisher's corner in Cloveruort. Kentucky, to the highest bidder, at puoiic auction, en Saturda the '.'.'! day of Deo in be r, 1011, at one o'clock, p. in., upon a credit of six and twelve months; the following described prop One undivided one sixth erty, interest in and to the Wariield tobaci'o warehouse and lot situated in the town of Cloverport near the upper wharf; als six lots lying 111 the Warfield addition to the town of Cloverport being lots nos. I42, 14:1, Us, I4C. 147 and 10, as shown bv the plat of said addition. Or MUlllcient thereof to produce the sum of money so ordered to be made. For the debt, interest and costs, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the di.y of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. Le.n letalned to se cure payment of purchase monev. Bidders vv II be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost, J217.16. I.ee Walls, Commissioner. to-wi- t: tober Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets , Aris Warfiel'd, Defendant J you crazy. Can't bear the touch of Hy virture cf a judgement and order your clothing. Doan's ointment cures of sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, the most obstinite cases. Why suffer. rendered at October term tnereof , 9I , All druggists sell it. in the above cause, for the sum of one dollars and hundred and twenty-eigh- t fifty cents, with interest thereon at the WILL BUILD SOON ON rate of six per cent until paid; subject to the following cr dits: 55 00 paid FARM NEAR IRVINGT0N August 12, 1001, and ?ia Cig paid Oc1 1 Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Frank Fraize. Plaintill jVX Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. cuorzro1o1b1(5o"51 2(1, 1S)0(J- Herein 1 shall Wallace Foote, is getting new material on the ground for his new home which will be a handsome residence two-story ir !iimicv'DU Dv w; When you have a cold get a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will soon fix you up all tight and will ward off any trndeucy toward pneumonia. This remedy contains no opium nor other narcocic and mav be given as confidently to a baby us to an adult. Sold by all dealers. trr.i trap' IK FURS iner-chin'- s. I.ou-isvill- e. We tell vou how. and navbesttnarUrl prices. We are dealers; established in ISM; and can do Btt V Tl'.R for you thin apents or commission References any bank In Write for we kly price list. M. SABCL & SOMO & 33 L Muket SI, LOUISVILLE, KY. Dealers in PUns, hiucs, wool. FUNDS TO MAKE SMALL SETTLEMENTS T. A. Pedley, receiver of the deiunct Owensboro Savings Bank and Trust Company, reports that he has funds on hand to pay the unsecured depositors two per cent. He said he hoped to pay the depositors ten per cent at final setOVER EXPERIENCE 65 YEARS s with impure blood feeding your body. On Just A Half Acre. Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood Bitters. JJat simply, take exerK A. French, of F.kron, raised 1220 cise, keep clean and you will have long pauotls nf tobacco on one hull acre and life. sold it at ft) 80 per hundred pounds at The News has not the home ware-bousTHE COUNTY UNIT: PASS IT yet henrd of a better crop. e. Can't look well, eat well or feel well tlement. jijTpjra Aniono tending a sketch and description mar qtilcklr tucortaln our opinion frco whether au invention is pronnoif patentHhlo. lommunica tlontitrlctlrcoiitidonuul. HANDBOOK oa Patents (cntlroo. oldest auencr forBocurlnir Dutents. 1'atenta taken through Jlunii & Co. receive tpecial notice, without clinnto. lutbo Marks Copyrights &p. TriADE Designs Scientific American. handsomely Illustrated weekly. Tjreest clr. dilation o( unr sciontlUo journal, a crnis. f 3'a rear: four months, (1. Bold by ull newsdealers. A ; AND GET ITfOUT OF THE WAY Card Of Thanks. We want to thank our nelghborsj friends and doctor for the kindness bhown us at the illness and death of our precious little son, Charles Adrain. Mr and Mrs. Peyton Scott. A MUNN&Co.361cdIlrauch omen, , CI5 - K Ft, Wntbinuton, New York D. U The News was the first paper in the State to urge the Democratic State Convention to declare ior the extension of the County Unit. Wo did so from two reasons; first, because we knew there was a tremendous sentiment In the State demanding it as a Constitutional right; second because we knew Its acceptance would put it out of the campaign nnd force the fit lit between the parties on other matters, where the Democratic party Its would necessarily gala votes. adoption by the Convention was what caused that thirty odd thousand major Ity for McCreary. If It had not been adopted the Democratic party would have been forced to make a defensive campaign against the charge that it was the "whiskey part," and the returns would have told a different story on the night of the seventh of Novem ber. Wo could have hd everything ry- - rvP IMECHAWCSr Magazine that makes more fascinating THE Texas Wonder. 4vOP 5sj,. 0 aUBsBflbfiJI 5 -- Fact than The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak und lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles In children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1 00. One small bottle Is two month's treatment and selc'om falls to perfect a cure. Dr. K W. Hall, 2026 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by i C Fiction "written so you can understand it" GREAT of tho World'. fA Prosress Continued Storybecln readinir nt which vou mav any time, and which will hold your interest forever, is running in Popular Mechanics Magazine Are you reading It? Two millions of your neighbors are, and it is the favorite magazine in thousands of the best American homes. It appeals to all classes old and young men and women those who know and those who want to know. 2S0 TAGES BACH MONTH 300 PICTURES 30O ARTICLES OF GENERAL INTEREST i The "Shop Notes" Department (20 pages) gives easy wavs to do things how to make useful articles for home and shop, repairs, etc "Amateur Mechanics " (10 pages) tells how to make Mission furniture, wireless outfits, boats, engines, magic, and all the things a boy loves. St. 80 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES IS CENTS A rMtf NwdwUr to bow jrou mm or WRITE rOR fREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY POPULAR MECHANICS CO. IV S pUlllfUU Ol.a IrillaWllMJ m jf 1 PA Louisville Kvenini: Post tDtJ.iltl anu nrecKenriclge News one year f3 5O. 1L HKI'OIIT OK Tilt: CONDITION OI TUB Start a. Bank Account Yourself For A E. H.Shelman&Co. Bankers doln(tl)Ulnp. In the town of Irv- Irmton, County of Ilrcckcnrldge, .Statu of Kentucky, nt tho cloo of Imslnovion tlio Stlitl ty ot December, 1811. 166,0 H Loans nnd Discounts U. S. and other Bonds, 10 Stocks and Securities 18,081 3 Due from Bunks 3,(M)0 4 Actnnl Cash on hand 5 Cheeks, cash items and exchange for clearing 0 6 Overdrafts S ecu r- d, $102.10; Unsecured, $321,- I Christmas Gift To $20,000 FARM FOR $10,000 CASH! C400 acres oi the best land in the county. Well improved; well watered and situated in one ot the best communities in the county; f mile from railroad station. 200 acres of this land is creek bottom. It will produce and does produce 75 bu. of corn to the acre and 1,500 lbs. of tobacco. It grows wheat, clover, timothy. CThis land if situated in Indiana or Illinois would bring $100 to $150 an acre. CA man who knows how to farm can make enough in two years to pay for it. GThe party wants to sell to go into other business, we consider this a great bargain. For Further particu lars write one-hal- Mukc vcmi self lmnpynnd you will make ovorybody Inippy. Then, is nothing that gives r man moro cunlldi iu'0 than to lnvvo some cmh to his credit. Begin bv placing ten dollars a month, if not convenient tn save more, and you will get in the habit of saving, which prepares vou for a comfortable future. If you have a liani account, start one for jour mother, wife, sUtcror daughter. tde 83 00 04 3 "7 00 - 515; FIRST STATE BANK, J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: Current expenses and taxes paid 8 Real Estate, $1,037 6'J; Furniture and Fixtures, 6 7 $6.-- .123 l5 78 10 1,691 31 0 00 9 Other Assets not Included under any of the above heads 60; Totul The Best Wheat the Farmer Raises The best machinery the country affords, handled by a scientilii? and piactical miller is what produces Total LIABILITIES 10 11 f 9 1, 135 5O Capital Stock paid in, In cash $10,000.00; Undivided profits, $2, IH8-6- Surplus, Total lfi.OOO 00 9; 12,438 68 Lewisport Best Flour Your Grocer has It. Deposits on which Interest is paid, $0,031 68 Deposits on which interest is not paid, $50,876 87; Total 50,061 55 Deposits out13 Cashier's checks, 12 Insist upon Getting It. LEWISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky ed checks, 0 00; Total 14 Due to Banks 15 Notes untl Bills rediscounts! , ft) 00; Bill payable, $0 00; Total 16 Other liabilities not Included under any of the above heads 1 standing, $.S3.33; Certifi88 j:i 0 00 0 00 3,610 04 JN0. Weakened D. BABBAGE, fay Over-Wo- rk. Cloverport, Ky. no Middleman's Profit -- Mill (gI63gS&gg&gggSSggS -- FariWMirnai after year to raise, larger crops, finer horses and cows, heavier hogs, bigger apples ami potatoes, r. il diows you just HOW to do it. TVTANY a fanner will tell you he liCvo knew how " much bigger crops he could raLe v.vt FutM Jot'R.v i. put it into bis bead to work mo'i with 's k.ja'N". This great little paper is always nudging farmers up to make more money. Pleasant b..t persistent, it worl.s at jou year 1 1 old, and has over 750,000 sujscribcrs, more than any o her farm paper published. Its four million readers (known as "Our Polks") are the most intelligent and prosperous country people in the world, and are always sajing Fakm Journal helped to make them so. It is clean, brief, "boiled down," full of practical wisdom, gumption, fun and sunshine. It believes in order, thrift, kindness, comfort, and happiness, and it has old Peter Tumbledown always ready to show how NOT to run a farm. "Our Folks" have comfortable homes, modern buildings and machinery, tight roofs and fences, gates that swing free, sound and happy wives and children, and money in horses, bank. Their potatoes are the largest, their milk tests the highest, their hogs weigh most, their fruit brings the best prices. Live farmers everywhere find this out, and they want the Farm Journal. well-dress- Farm Journal ("cream, not skim-milk- ") is 31 years above named Bank--, do solemnly swear Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. A line Piano 1 50 Cash- $17o on Time that the above statement is true to the Weak and unhenltliy kidneys arc re- ) U&id Pianos fioni $35.00 up. Organs from $15.00 up best of my knowledge and belief. sponsible for much sickness audsuffcring, M. H. Cornwall, Casnier. llicreiore, n Kiuney Subscribed und sworn to before me trouble is permitted to continue, serious reby M. II. Cornwall this 15th day of Write us for Catalogues sults arc most likely December, 1011. to follow. Your other H. M. Beard, B. C. C. by S. P. Parks, organs may need atTHE DANIEL-SAMUEL- S MUSIC CO. D. Clk. tention, Lut your kid107 West Third St. neys most, because OWliNSBORO, KY. fR G. Btndy, they do most and Correct Attests E. H. Shelmaa, should have attention iL. E. Ilenderbon. first. Therefore, when Directors. your kidneys are weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ SAAIPLE scetiH to fail to do its duty. If you arc pick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Mrs L. D. Dowell and son, Shafter, A trial will conKilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. spent Saturday with James Dowell, of vince you of its great merit. The mild and immediate effect of Hazel Dell. Mr. lMtrmer, are you interested? If so, call on the Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney anil 5j managerofthe Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph We extend our deepest sympathy to bladder remedy, i3 soon realized. It I . nmniltt- j- nnri ucui, iimu tAjjiiiiu .Kn o;euuii (CTA..- - Mr. and Mrs. Ira Roberts, for the ill- stands tho highest because its remarkable ri .... .... i.iiu hnrt l,,m niu nillirvillli rrstnrinir nrmierties have been ness of their daughter, Myria. mors Line" rate. proven in thousands or the most distressH. T. Dowell was is Union Star Wed ing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. nesday. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Sold by druggists in COMPANY and ,mTPf Il.Stillwell has bought the farm near fifty-ce(Incorporated.) MajlllNitttwiMmMtwil ft may It lata.! Stephensport belonging to 1R. Dowell havesizes. Youbottle a?frSHf!rral a sample arr r "" ""! Consideration, $4000.00. mwx by mail tree, nlso a pamphlet telling you limn oi Misses Minnie and Ueulah Varblc, of how to lintl out it you have kidney or Owensboro, are expected here to spend bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., tie holidays. Uinghatnton, N. Y. Don't make any mis-tV:J. H. Miller attended the Inaugurabut remember the mme, Swamp-RooDEALERS IN and don't let a tie iler sell you tion of Governor McCreary Tuesday. if something in place of Swamp-Roo- t Bill Gibson went to Owensboro Sat- you do you vi'l be disappointed. Marble ?!)l,l.'lj 50 Total Often ,, State of Kentucky, County of Breckeurldge. I, M H. Cornwall, Caihier of the The Kidneys Are PIANOS Direct from lite Factory and PIANOS We are Factory Representatives f I t RURAL TELEPHONESl k X fK ;: ...! f! i! J! A I nt one-doll- ar -- &wmp-oo- t. e, t, J. E. KEITH Granite and (8L SON urday. The Gibson Bros, shipped a car load OFFICERS ADVANCED of hogs IN THE last week. Subscribe now, and get with the paper any of these famous Dr. Shlvely was called Friday to attend the infant of Dan Staples. BANK OF HARDINSBURG Tho board of directors of The Rank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. declared the usual live per cent dividend, paid out of the earnings of the last six months The name added to the board of directors for the ending year are Paul Compton and M. II. Deard. 13 I Board was reelected president, M II. Beard advanced to and general manager, I'aul Coin d ton advanced to cxshier and Morris Kincheloe to Hssistunt cashier. semi-annuvice-preside- Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. Money-makin- g Secrets. of These great illustrated booklets are all stories of success in farming, and they tell you the methods that won it. Trii1t-r- r - of Felch's famous 50 per cent, more pullets than cockerels, lloycr's method of insurins fertility, of mating, breedine. feed and fcedine. how to produce winter with priceless secrets eggs, and many others of great value long jealously guarded, now first published. JL XU1 "plugging," cocaine and gasoline doping, and other tricks of "c?ps" and swindlers. It enables any one to tell mi uimouncl horse. It also civesinany valuable feeding, training, breeding and veterinary secrets. is unique collection of rrffc anda discoveries successfulthe secret methods poultrymen. It eives Clo mating chart, suppressed for years, the Curtiss method securine TTritc ffrft exposes the methods of "bishoping," hand-boo- k the "Corn King." It tells how to get ten to twenty bushelfi moro jier ncre of corn that is rich In protein and other valuable stock, feeding elements. Wonderful photographic pictures make every process plain. makes over $18,000 n year, mainly from eggs. If you keep New Jersey chickens, read about the"Rancocas Unit" and learn how Foster FEEDS bis hens. THE "BUTTER HOOK" tells of seven cows that produced An hnlf n ton of butter each per year (HO pounds Is the average). good ones into for dairymen. Get It, weed out your poor cows, and turn your pine-belt, record-breaker- Uril irn OCtrclc) Q!eki s the great NEW of Prof. Holdcn, Tho IHILIilON EGG-FAK- M tells how J. M. Foster, in the We are sorry of the sad illness of Mrs. Jell Tomer on the hill at her father's, J. H . McCoy. J. F. Armstrong has moved In his new home The ladles of the Methodist church are going to have a tree and entertainment Saturday night, December a3. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Varble.on Beech Hill, entertained Sunday to dinner Mr. and Mrs. Dan Haynes, of Lodiburg; Going On Eighty Miss Nora Driskell, of Harned; Mr. Morris Tucker; Misses Maud Jolly and D. S. Richardson, of Union Star, was Bessie and Lula Broomfield. In Hardinsburg Monday to attend the meeting of the board of directors of The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. He will celebrate his seventy-nint- h r i Holiday Gifts! --- -Wo show thousands of things suit able for presents in our display of - - Watches, Diamonds, Rings, Silverware and Novelties in Jewelry Como to sou us before buyliiKorsoml C. M. WISEMAN for our new catalogue. All coods warranted and at popular prices. & SOU, Public Sale! ON- birthday January M'KffiS.. Louisville, Ky. 6, 1912. you with fresh vegetables and fruit, how to cut down your grocery bills, and get cash for your surplus produce. It tells when and how to plant, cultivate, harvest and GARDEN GOLD shows how to make your ' back-yar- d supply DOLLARS DUCKEvery market every kind. year they sell over 40.000 ducklings at a net profit Boston. Tells why ducks pay them better than chickens, and Just HOW they do everything. tells of the great Weber duck-far- near of no centn ench. m Educate For Business Dec, Any one of these splendid booklets, with Farm Journal FOUR full years, UfU I0r C (( pi.UU lAiLll 1 Saturday, 23 hcr you atl jont aa I tell u (And II you tutocrltx NOW, twfor thry will wnj yuu alto l'nor ltlclmnl llntlteil. 1 rialtlla'i grot this ofttr, 4 wl4jiu lor Ilia Urmr ) with wit aliaiaic WiMigtil dawo to 1912, FARM JOURNAL, Tear ikc4 333 N. Clifton I will offer for sulo to tho highest bidder at my farm near balltown, tho following property: KStfl Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. ...Shorthand .. .. Street, Philadelphia iiBi off this coupon, fill it out, and send to us with money or check Publishers Fakm Journal, 333 N. Clifton Street, Philadelphia: Here is $1.00. to tav for your TRIPLE CLUB OFFER as advertised You are to send me the Fakm Journal for FOUR FULL YElARS, and to ..... this booklet BOTH for $1.00. And if Poor Richard Almanac for Name. Full Address. ott get this IN 1912. TIME, you are to send also the My household and kitchen furniture; also 1 wagon; 1 buggy; 1 n i vi l i hin o and all other farming implements. 2 milk cows, good ones; 2 good mares, both in foal; also 1 good team, horso and mare; 10 good owes. TERMS: ...Itapiil Calculation. ., ,, .UooKkfcplug. Tynui-Mii. .lViiiuaiis'lilp. . . . Arithmetic. ,. . .Spelling. . . . Knglish. . . .Oriimmur. ... Commercial .Chil Service. .commercial Geography. U'liiKIng, Commerce. I'm of Adding Machine and law. '' ... .. .ruiu (nation. "" other olllco devices. Namo ,. $5.00 and under, cash, over 5.00, 12 months timo with good security. Ad dross (Don i Intirl to Incline lha money. - We will take vour CHUCK.)- SgggSSSSSSSSi. . John Matthews Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensb oro, Ky. Better Subscribe for The News Right Now U PRPTTY REMLAUfcR-AiNCCS HARDINSBURG PHARMACY THE DRUG STORE THAT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY Stocked with most appropriate Gilts, Inexpensive Remenber-ances and Valuable Presents BOYS' PRESENTS THAT REALLY FOR ' I PLEASE BOYS FRIENDS L E T SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS DISPLAY! For the Men Razors, Safety Razors, Lather Brushes, Shaving Mirrors, Hat and Clothing Brushes, Cigars by the box, Cigar Jars, Cigar Cases, Purses, Fountain Pens, Rubber Sponges, Military Hair Brushes, Pipes, all kind 10c-$1- 0 L E T T II T II P E R C krJf 0 N For the Ladies Manicure Sets, Buffers, Files, Mirrors, all sizes; Brushes and Combs, Toilet Sets, Soaps and E C II E F E C F P. C II CHOCOLATES The little attention you nre Inn of paying her, oiiRht to be suitable, Attractive, acceptable The most univerallv acceptable, are Hon Bons. The mobt lelicious combination of Nuts, Fruiu and Candies. E C I L D T I T I , 0 N 55J - THE EXQUISITE GIFT FROM t LB. TO 10 LB. W 0 N Soap Cases, Perfumes, Atomizers, Christmas Cards, Christmas Booklets, Beautiful Station- I L D R ery in pretty Boxes, 10c to $5. R E N K E All The Exquisite PERFUMES Houbigant's Ideal, Piver's Extracts, Roger and Gallet's, Wright's Seelys and Lazalls DmiQvb Edge KNIVES ff3 N K 0 D A K 0 D Useful DijmoXDEBGB Story Books, Bibles, V&MQiFto Edge CUTLERY A K Presents Beautiful Presents Appropri- PRESS BUTTON SAFETY KNIFE This knife opens L E pressing by merely f- - k trie T T H Not too big not 00 little but made to stand the demands of the average man. Every part is so carefully fitted together that any blade opens easily with the thumb nail. They are sharp very sharp when you buy them. They hold an edge and satisfy. You are always proud of your E C H PlwiQVb Edge Knife. ate Presents It is the newest thing in classy pocket knives. The blades are made of the best Firth Steel, nothing better. A knife that appeals to every man who desires the st quality, best finish and the newest in pocket knives. That they are branded Diamond Edge, guarantees the quality in every sense, for 1 pushing another -. button. Locks when open, locks when closed. -- locked by button and is Post Card Albumns, Jewel Boxes, Games of All kinds DpiMOjVb EDGE slicing knives, carvers, butcher knives, table knives, steels and all sorts of cutlery are better than usual, because they not only have intrinsic value, but have a style value. There is a style in cutlery as in everything else. L E T The new slicing knife, the new fruit knife, the new boning knife and other cutlery of this nature shows that there is continual improvement, and every new improvement will be found in the VlMIQYD EDGE line. T II "Dpuiq'b Edge isji QiymrY'PLEDGE' E C II M ke Somebody Happy With a. KodaJt If father only knew how much I wanted a Kodak. I L D R BROW NIL E N K Home memories that are cherished most are those of the great home day Christmas. Better than mere memory thought, is the pictured story of the family reunion; the happy children, the gay young folks the grown-u- p boys and girls back home again. The pictures taken with the Christmas Kodak will give pleasure the whole year round and for all the years to come. Brownies $1.00 to $10 Kodaks $5 to $50 I L D R E N 0 D There is everything for Kodakery at our store K Films Developed OF COURSEI you want your Gifts to look attractive. We have just what you want for this purpose. Christmas Cards, Tags, Seals Stamps, Plasters, White Tissue Paper and Holly Boxes, all shapes and sizes. A Holly Box adds greatly to the appearance of a gift. We have them in strong, heavy stock, gold traced Holly poinsettia and all patterns in exclusive designs. GIFTS FOR I 0 D A K A K GIRLS THAT ARE JUST WHAT THEV Hardinsburg Pharmacy Hardinsburg's Only Cut-Ra- te GIFTS FOR MOTHER AND FATHER THAT ARE SURE TO WANT Drug Store. PLEASE M sV