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I THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1912. 24 ANTA CLAUSE GETS AN AVALANCHE OF LETTERS crackers, candies, oranges, bananas and all kinds of nuts and most anygood little glr 3 thing that will suit a little boy like me. ar Santa: I am a I will go to bed early and shut my eyes irs old and want you to bring' me a tight. Your little boy, Wlllard Trumo. set of furs, a doll that goes to man Whoberry, McQuady, Ky. hen. a ring and lots of fruits and can- $'. Dont forgetmy bapa, mamma and Grandmother's Namesake. tie brother. I will go to bed early girl, Dear Santa: As Xmas is so near I wont peep. Your little will write you and tell you' what I Helen Francis Berry, would like to have. We have moved. ooo We lived in a town last Xmas but now School And Sunday School. wo are living on a farm You was a good old fellow last year, but mother Qinh rilniis! As sister Is writ- - says you wont come this time, I am so in? you a letter, I will write you one bad, but I think I am good as most evtoo. I am a very good boy, 8 years old ery other little girl. Hope you will nri an la Rchool every day. Please think so. I will tell you what I want, hrlng me a rain coat, a hat, foot ball I want a ring with my initial on it and s ad anything else you think real nice a set of white furs, and bring my little . tnit nf mv acre. De.ir Santa, brlncr sister, Eclud, a doll she can't break. J For The Christmas Stocking cHext Wednesday is the thought find not thb prcsont thnt is appreciated at Christmas. ANYBODY , who wants to, can find something to give, if ho wants to pivo it. V Just Three Years Old. IT iRinaPowder iluMyPare The Woman Makes the Home She mikes it best who, looking' after the IT is hotter to give than to receive. t ALL these arguments arid'aithousand more aro put up for giving and to mukrpeoplo. see that the ony happy Christinas, is the ChrUtnas of giving. " - n.r Y0T7 may say all you want to about the pleasure of givingbut wo aro hero to tell you there is another pleasure on the othor side of. it receiving, jH' 1"" """' I'- - " BUT receiving ceases tolbe a pleasure when you receive something that s'trikomno responsive chord in your heart, that does not appeal to your intellect, nor satisfies your appetite, nor meets your needs, nor suits your fancy. culinary department, turns her back resolutely upon unhealthful, oxNeyen suspicious, food accessories. She is economical; she knows that true economy does not consist in the use of inferior meat, flour, or bakingi)Owder. She is an earnest advocate of home made, home bakeH food, and has proved the tmth of the statements of the experts that the best cook-ingj-in the world today is done with Royal THEREFORE, the things to consider when buying a present aro: the heart4 thoJhtellccfc, the hppetito, the need or fancy of the person you are to remember. I i HAVING said all this, we want your attention a minute longer to say a word about The Breckenndgo News. Baking Powder. .NEXT Tuesday evening'tho paper willcoirjjfrom the A Shi "XailB . 7W, plenty of time for the Christmas stocking, we know the person who receives it as a Christ-..- . .... ... mas present, will recognize all its qualities ns an ideal in .a. ... THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS&trikcs that rcspon sivo chord in"the heart pf thoonewho leads it every & t week, year in and year out. that makes it the present that is a pleasure to receive. Glothlan announce the engagement of their daujhter, Miss Mabel Brashear LIVE McGbthUn to Mr. John Fitchnor Johnson. The wedding will take place in Louisville during tho "holidays. STOCK MARKET ACTIVE Made Mrs. Henry Yeager III. Mrs. Henry Yeager, who has had a siege of serious illness nt her home in Second street, is better thi3 week Her friends are anxious for tier to get well that she may have a happy Christmas and a bright New Year. Robertson Brothers Shipment-Henders- on's k Sale $1.00 A YEAR. ' 25c for 3 Months. Remember Four Friends With One Dollar v AN attractive Christmas Card wilPbe.sent with (ho paper ' next Wednesday morning. Xr Sale of Fine Shipped From Webster And Irvington. A Success-Lar- ge Mules-Sto- ck rt"v ""y,'y "sg .nHEW jajy -- vwfji SSHHEkV Delighted With New Home. " OTHER STOCK "31- - mi Founded 1876 JNO. D. fe&BBAGE, Publisher ., . "DEAR OLD SANTA ) Cloverport, Ky. m. with lots of things on it. .Also remem ber papa and mamma, with many useful presents, Your little boy, Paul Edward Berry. , St sister a rocking chafr she forgot to Bring everything good to eat as I am a and candles. of mention it in her letter s please dont dear lover fruits Your HUle girl, forget it Bring us a big Xmas tree Annie Laura Jolly. P. S. Say, Santa Claus, I am named for my two grandmothers. Tell them to get me something nice, HARDNSBURG ooo Home at Mattingly. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl eight years old, I want you to bring Tne a set of little dishes and a little table and a ring, apples, oranges and candles and bring my little sister, Flora Pauline a doll and please don't forget papa and mama. From Mary E Ryan. -- .- i 'RI ooo Wagon. js'arOldsWaClatti: War lots of candles and pMt like fruit. Ypur little ooo I would like fat you to nnng me a reu wogun uuu )MrB. I will appreclate.what you bring, nuts for I friend, George Frederick Crist. Diesn't Ask For Much. ;,log till Christmas I will tell you what a to Ii wwd like liLLlhave. I wantM.nt horn, ... T l.l um, u.a HM IBS a limo nanvu. fl Dear Santa: As it wont be very ch I as I have several brothers sitters' anu sister wants so mucn. iYour lovinar little friend, Tillman Furrow. of you ooo Lovely Little Girl. TWar Santa Claus: As it wont be 9m3 oag till you make your visit, I BtudU tell vou what I want you to brlncr fyk. I would llk a big dell, set' of I, dark sat of furs, and sose frutt mute. r pat-eat1 Hoping you will remember and little brothers also, I clow. Your loving friend. Virginia Furrow, Cloverport. s ooo 11 Ct T led Early. I am a little boy trtp: six years old, l wuld lik for you to m a wagon, a rocking horse, oae pistol cap, roman oaauiei, nre Qw Santa Claus; Dr. H. E, Royalty and M. B. fclnch-elo- e were in Louisville last week. ooo Misses Jennie Green, 'of Falls of Rough, Anna Eliza Robertson, of Eliza In Sight of Big Road. bethtown, were the guests of Mrs. Dear Santa Claus: As It alnt long Morris H. Beard Friday and Saturday, till Christmas I thought I would write Misses Kathleen and Reglna Hoben you a few lines to let you know what I want you to bring me, but we don't and brother, Willie are on the sick list. live where we did last Christmas, but I Mrs. John Beeler, of Kirk, was the think you can find our house. We are guest of Mrs. Leslie Walker last week. living In sight of the big road. You Ves Smith, of Glen Dean, was in can't miss the way. I will tell vou town on business Friday. what I want. I want all kinds candies, nuts, raisins, bananas, .etc. I go to Mrs. Joel H. Pile was the guest of school to Aunt Mamie "Pate. She is her sister, Mrs. Orrln Hardln, near such a good teacher, I love to go to Cloverport, last week, her. You will find my letter In the Abel Glllingwaters, of Irvington, News. Don't forget my little brother, Ellhu Meador, of Klngswood, and RolLuther, he likes candy too. As the and Smith, of Stephensport, were in clock Is striking eight I will go to bed town Friday. and be ready for school in the morning. Miss Frances Moorman, of Falls of Mary E. Hendrick, guest of Miss Rough, was the week-enClover Creek. Margaret Peyton. ooo Robert Moorman, of Glen Dean, was Grandparents at McQuady. a visitor in town Friday and Saturday. Judge Matthias Miller has returned Dear Old Santa: I am a little boy from a visit to Hancock county. six years old. I want you to bring me s, Miss Mary E Kennedy, of Louisville, some mixed nuts and all kinds of r oranges, bananas, raisins, and I is with her parents for a visit until the holidays. want a tricycle that I can ride on so I can go see my grandparents at McMiss Fanuy Whlttlnghlll will leave Quady, Mr. and Mrs. Wni. L. Ball and for Fordsville Saturday to spend the Mrs. May Weatherford, and I have a holidays with her parents, little brother, Dempster Ball, bring Milner, of Union Star, Dr. Win. him seme nice things. He Is five years one of the I. directors of the Farmers old, and my little sister, Etta May Ball. Bank was in town Saturday, Bring her a doll and some other nice E. B. Hennlnger and Marshal Norton, things. We will all be as good as we ea'tly and try to go of West View, were among the Satur can and go to bed day's shoppers. to sleep. I close with Ibve to you. Charlie and Jim Dean, E. B, Baxter, Your little boy, of Glen Bean, and W. T. Macy, of Har-neWllber Louis Ball, were in town on business Satur313 N. M. St., Liberty, Mo. S. I want some little tin soldiers. day, P. Please don't forget us. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trent, of Custer, ooo were visiting Mrs. Dickie Miller, of New Bethel, last week. Just Five Years Old. Miss Nannie Kinch,eloe has returned Dear Old Santa Claus: As Xmas is from Louisville where she has been for 4' a almost here I thought I would write a visit. and t41 you what I wanU Please bring ' Misses Ruth and Martha named me some candy, oranges, coooaauts, have returned from Garfield where nge and ralslas and anything that you they went for ( visit to their parents, think would pleasw a little 5 year old Br. and Mrs. U. C, Hamed. boy, and doto't forget my trvo little Misa Elnera Robertson, of Glea Dean, Continued on ye t. d can-dyaft-ted, of her Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hensley, last Russell Compton and Miss Kincheloe spent Sunday in Garfield. Mrs. P. M. Beard and daughters, Misses Virginia and Clara, have returned from Louisville where they had been for a few days shopping. Dr. Allen L. Kincheloe, of McQuady, was in town last Monday. Lindsay Kincheloe will be the guest of his parents, lr. and Mrs. Marcus Kincheloe, for several weeks. Misses Lillian Beard and Margaret Peyton are at home from the Falls of Rough where they have been for a visit to Miss Frances Moorman. Little Miss Ruth Whitworth, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitworth, has been critically 111 for several days Sunday nlghc Or. Dugan, a specialist of Louisville, came to consult with Dr. Jno. E. Kincheloe. grand-parents, 4 was the guest r Mr. Haggin who purch 'Sed "the Hen derson farm arrivod with his family last week and have taken possesion of their new home. Mr. Haggin is well pleased with his place, his family also are pleased. Here is wishing Mr. Haggin and his family a long life bounding with prosperity in this their new home. week. Mr. Hoggin comes from Mercer high Delia ly recommended by his home people. ir - SALES '7 NOTED --The. Uve .stock market in th,s county whs pretty active lust week. There was much buying, selling ana shipping and the value of business run 'Up to many thousands of dollars. The Robertson Bros, shipped two car loads of mules from Glen Dean to Alabama at very satisfactory prices. Beard Bros, shipped two car loads of cattle from Hardinsburg and struck a very1 firm market. They sold cattle at from 5 4 I From a Little Girl Dear Santa Claus: Will you please sir bring me a little stove, a doll, a bed some dishes, I wish you would bring me some candies, some nuts, some oranges, some grape fruit and some bananas and some grapes also. I have been a good girl I have not missed but one day of school, ana I mind my momma and pap-pWell I dont guess I want anything JoOO. else so I guess I will have to close. Ernest Henderson had a good crowd Lovingly yours, at his sale and all his stock went at Vera E. Dugan. good prices. He had some fine mules, a. to 7 cents. Harry Norton shipped two cars mixed stock from Webster, and Paul Wilson two cars from Irvington. There was a buyer in the county from Owensboro wanting 200 hend of cattle for slopping. Hawkins Smith sold Vic Robertson 5 head of mules for $1045. Alf Taylor a pair for $4)0, and bought a pair for ooo Grateful to Santa Ball-tow- v n Dear Santa Claus: I Uv near I am a little girl five ears old. I will be a good little girl, you please bring me a big doll and a little doll and cradle a little looking glass a little Announcement. lamp a little dresser and candy oranges bananas, I will go to bed early and wont look be sure and come. I will thank Mrs. Kate Jones Beard announces you, good by Santa, Winnie Lee Pate. the engagement of her daughter, Anita' La Rue to Mr. Lewis Harl( Kincheloe. Wants a Wagon. The date for the wedding has not been 6ld Santa Clause: I am a litset. Dear tle boy 4 years old I will tell you what Enjoyed The Show In Chicago. I want for Xmas a wagon a horn candy nuts fruit and I have a little sister, g bring her a doll also bring Dady Dear Mr. Babbage: I have never his name is Jim I will be a good thanked you for those tickets you sent little boy if I can untlll Xmas. From me to the live stock exposition. I cer- James Merlin Rose. tainly enjoyed it immensely, i did not get to go but twice, but the way things Santa Claus Letters went off was wonderful. They certainReceived Too Late ly had some fine looking stock and I sura enjoyed seeing them for it made me think of some fine cattle and horses The editor of The Dreckenndge I had seen in Kentucky. I don't know what I would do if I had Nws is very sorry., that soma letters to do without the News for it is just reached the office too late for publicalike a letter from home. 'That is one tion. Send them early next year. The thing I look forward to as much as I letters were'from the following: Wllber beHuyPate, Wallace Brown, Robert do the letters from my mother. doing fine here but I believe I Ryan, Susie L. Ahl and James Ahl. Am like Ky. the best. I wanted to let you A Rapid Counter. know that I received the tickets and Willie was wakeful and his mother aojeyed it all. Yours sincerely, told him to count and keep on countKendrick Jolly. ing until he went to sleep.. All was quiet for about an hour, whea h ' Announcement. ailed: "Mammal" "Well, dear, what Is it?" "What comes after trillions!" Mr. and Mrs. Ttwiuas Newton Mo some-thin- and tossey horses which brought out some lively bidding. Four head of Jersey cows were the best sellers going at an average of a little less than $75 per head, His stock certainly showed up well. Jonas Lyons sold Vic RoSertson a mule for 3180. Announcement, Friends and relatives in this city have received the following announcement: Mrs. Kdward Cushmore announces the marriage of her daughter, Ethel Jean Haygarth to Mr, Alf flit Davis on Saturday, the seventh of December, nineteen hundred, twelve, Portland, Oregon, Mr. Davis Is the son of, Mrs. Annla Davis, of Louisvllje, and a cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smith, of Stephensport. Mr. Odewalt III. O. T. Odewalt, oculist and pharmlst, Gibsou & Son, has been ill several days. Mr. Odewalt has been missed from his , i..L.jmmmw has been most iua. ui uuii faithful ever since he came to Clover- - Vi ' port. . -- Big Barn. a E. U. Shelman has just completed a line barn on his farm near Union Star. It is 40x60x40. It will hQUip toas of hay and 100 head of cattle. Mr. Shelman was the architect and builder ami U very Wa4.1t, f w J e jca. RjllaoiblliiioL-lL- l 0 r 7-- IQ Cloverport's Christmas Store "TOYLAND AWAITS THE YOUNGSTERS" - F 8Ik i is notable for itslmany and varied kinds garthered from all corners of the earth, many of which are entirely new. assembled. As is customary, Santa Claus selected our store for his chief it- ;c tht Ufzt mllerfinn of distributing point. The season is now at hand the joyful days opened. Everything to please can be found here. TOYS - Some of the things we 'enumerate, but impossible to give full list. Come to Cloverport to do But begin early in order to get the things in mind.. A ' " 9 great opportunity is here pre- P :t i a Christmas Buying for the Children Your Toys This department is the best we ever had, a good assortment and sented to please all; you will find something for the loved ones. There are things innumerable to H to please the whole family. JHl djjjIHJi. '" D A j ftE M MgMMMff For Everybody . sure to delight little folks. Banks, Steam Engines, Wagons, Sleds, Sulky Carts, Toy Beds, Guns, .Drums, Train on Track, Stoves, Watches, Toy Pistols, Magic Lanterns, Toys. Horns, Autos, Shoo Fly, Air Ships, Baby Swings, Moving Picture Magic Lanterns. Dolls of all kinds, He-chani- cal HMhHMHHHF t' v MMf2JrHikil;y'ilv &2V l,mmBagm tVdHB-- ,'s:KrB!iMHk r MHSBm: V '' 'v-TW- 2h ,Hf '' ','' ' MMJ JVaiV . Jewelery, Handkerchiefs, Clocks, Bibles, flirrors, Scrap Books, Collar Boxes, Candle Sticks, Music Car- riers, Sh aving Mirrors, Hatiicure p ww. - uff Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Ink , Nut Cracker Sets, Comb and Brush l Sets, Ivory Sets, Silver De posit Ware. sts , x ft l Shop Early while Assort- Story Books Nothing affords more pleasure than a story book; we have a splendid assortment; Something inthis department to suit almost anybody ' I.! I! n ments and Bargains are at their best. Every Article a Suitable Presen.t Nuts anJ Fine Candy K Fruits, n Dates, Figs, Malaga Ouija Board fortune teller, a great game. Rood-le- s, Grapes, Oranges, Bananas u Ifil Special! The Biggest, Finest, Sweet est pound of Candy tfisy you ever tasted for We have a large line of a new card game, very new and a variety of other very good games. Ilw &. lA -- Christmas Tags, Stickers and Holly Boxes Fireworks r '. - Appropriate Presents for nothing lacking, you will find what you want. gift-giving; We have a big assortment of of these goods to please the grown folks as well as the little fellows. t . For Him Neckwear, flufflers, Gloves, Umbrellas, Suspenders, moking Sets', Combination Set, SilkSocks, Canes Good Things To Eat sing, Preserves, Apple Butter, ars and Tobacco. Celery, Cranberries, Plum Pudding, Schrimp, MushroomYsOlives, Pickles, Cocoa, Canned Soups, Asparagus Pimientos, Fish Flake, Salad DresCig- Sweaters, Suit Casas, Traveling Bags, Trunks, Hats, Caps, Belts, Underwear, Shirts, Fancy Vests, House Slippers, Etc., Etc. J, IPKIH' t. " .fBk HH K. - -- f,'7. t try?1' ' Shoes, Rubbers, Jardiniers, Vases, Water Overgaiters Sets, Brass Goods, Dress Goods, Trim mings, Buttons, Etc A Toy Pianos Shop Eaurly! s Furs, Muffs LMam Be Sure tpJfS !. J. I Q Never before has the stoGkfToys and useful ancj dependable presents been so varied. ComouH your choice of them all. uoc 4 "The Queen of Toyland" In our East Window - : Shop Early! U fc I?01! C. NOLTE & BROLTciovcrport, Ky. SI 0 30C -- Xsasnr IteiBCJshsttJBfc ft "A A it M A ft " I "' .l xLJuLLkmr ilMi ! " ,,.. w ,r & - IT k" HJRT PROCEEDINGS (Continued from last week.) mo SPRING C. Martin. Juik'e r. T. Norrls, JudBe r T. Free Delivery Purchases of $5.00 or more Delivered FREE 00 jBACOHasoH Mail Orders Filled Promptly and Carefully I. N. Tucker, Clerk K" Miller. Sheriff COSTER. 5 20 2 00 5 20 2 '. N. Dyer, Judge nes Havnes. Judge sb. Alexander. Sheriff r. P. Romine, Clerk... 2 00 3" 4 "0 3 00 Holiday Goods Now on Sale Do Your Shopping Early HUDSON. lesse Gregory, Clerk 7. H. Royalty, Judtre Me Robinson, Judge : J. Onlsfflns. Sheriff MOOK. 2 00 4i 2 oO H. Ballman, Judge 2 00 9 39 2 00 a Tucker. Judge lomer Pile, Sheriff P.M. Tucker, Clerk MCDANIELS. Always The It has always been our policy to advocate Early Christmas Shopping. To encourage early buying we are mak- The ing the prices for the opening most attractive. Christmas Store Wife, R. A. Moore, j.C. to Glasscock. Judge T. w. rinrwllo. .Tudire Sheriff H. A. Cannon, Clerk ROCKVALK. 40 2 00 4 40 aw 4 Best for Gifts Fop Mother, Fattier, Brother, Sister, L Fisher, Judge J. T. White, Judge E. S. Baxter, Sheriff D. N. Howard, Clerk GLEN DEAN. 2 00 4 30 J 30 "" ' t 4 10 W. C. Kane, Judge '2 00 Judge F. M. Powell, 4 10 W. R. Pierce, Shrriff &" C. W. Stone, Clerk Matt P. The court appointed Justice Payne and Geo. Harris., a committee to investigate the report of C. M. Pauper Commissioner, and they will make their report at this term of court. Minutes read and approved and court adjourned until 9 o'clock Wednesday, October 2. 1012. L. L. Waggoner, J. B G. C. At a Fiscal Court continued aud held in and for Breckenridge county at the courthouse in Hardlnsburg, Ky., on Wednesday, October 2, I9I2. Present, Hon. L. L. Waggoner, Judge of the Breckenridge County Court presiding, with the following named Justices of the Peace, G. A. Wright, G. N. Harris, Sam Dix, Matt P. Payne, I). J. Qulg-ginand B. A. Whittinghill. Claim of G. D. Shellman, zatlon presented and allowed for Claim of J. It. Hskridge pre court supplies furnished for sented and allowed for ofhouse and Jail by W. J.Hall. 8 17 50 fice rent, $30 00, and servClaim of B. F. Beard & Co. ices rendered Breckenridge presented and allowed for county as witness before supplies furnished t he coun- State Board of Equalization 80 42 Hes-ton, Less Sweetheart or Friend 'and a corps of salesladies to help you : . of Louisville t i i -i r in your selection. Brin srihe Children to See Santa Claus i s, Refunded at the Rate of S g Railroad Fares ... iiiiiiiiiiM I iimmiinni 17 50 ooorhouse since October 1,1011 NKH HIUMIAIIUR Number of paupers and their names discharged from since Octobqr j I9I l'. r& 3' It In Sis RobertsoriMibcharged October 25,' Nothing Can Undermine poor-hous- e o rinn rniiiin ITinll - For "Quality's Sake" use i Lewisport loll..- - .J - fS M , .. ty.ltemlzed 53 30 1912. discharged July 20, James Mitch Report of C. M. Heston for work Claim of Matt P. Payne, pre 1012 done atPoorhouse, filed and confirmed. sented and allowed, for Number of paupers, who have Came J. V. StClair and ask the summons jury and holding 1 of a to consider the building died since October 1, I9II Court 75 inquest on the Har 1912. bridge over Sinking Creek Peter Beal died March 7, AC a former term of this court, to wit, dinsburg Bnd Brandenburg road near Number of paupers in poorhouse N. Akers was ap 11 on date of this report Webster, the Court being sufficiently Anril 3. 1913. John . ., rcrtfkTm tn!.nA. ft seconded Their names are: Geo. Hultz, Geo. advised it was moved and county to act in conjunction Hamilton, Will Logsdon, John C. Wll- that a committee be appointed to view ridge n commissioner ui lett. Annie M. Willett, Rachel Loyd, said site and jnake a report to tnis with likeview a site for a joint bridgo James Wallace, Marv E. Fry, Sam where- rnnntv to Court at its next regular term, Grayson and Breckenridge Pool, J. T. Mltchel, James Lamon. upon the Court appointed Sam Dix, Pal between mill, the resig Number of paupers being cared Gainer, andJKjn. Ahl as said commit- counties atHornback's was read and $17-50 James Palmer discharged 1 r, ' " ; July 26, S Cloverport." uiij" tee. Claim of H. M. Beard, presented and allowed legal fees its Clerk of the Breck- . enridge County Court, item-- Kit ( i nation of said John Akers for outside of Doorhouse since announced by the Judge and accepted 2S October 1, I9II by the court. It was moved and secondN. Uerry, Mrs. Emmallne Noble. T. ed that another commissioner be ap- Ben Duncan, Leo Hbrsley, Miss MoUle pointed and act with the same author- Bland, Mrs. Rosante Hibbs, G. B. Gib17250 ity vested In said John Akers as per son, Mrs. Tom Clemmons, John R. ized order on page 203 Order Book No. 3, of Sallie Blair, Mrs. Clara Basham, Claim of II. A. Oehe preFiscal Court, which commissioner shall Abe Whitworth, James Bennett, Court-ne- v and allowed, for sented he neeomnanled bv another commission Hale, Askins, Mrs, Margaret services rendered Breckener appointed by the court and the road Anetus Anderson. Corbit Ammons. Sis county as witness beridge fr engineer or supervisor who shall also Robertson, Mrs. Kmma Mattingly, fore State Board of Equallreport with said commissioner at tne Fralzer Brown, Mrs. George Brown, $ next term of this court, and as required Amos Johnson, Adam Mucker, Mrs. by law, said motion being submitted, Greenwell, Mrs. Amanda Blankenshlp. State was declared lost. member the name Doan's and Mrs. Rosa Russell, Matilda Clark. by Justice Wright and ke no other. Advertisement. Moved Martha Clark. u by Justice Whittinghill that the Number of paupers who have, nhnuo motion bo amended, and than tne outPie Supper Exciting. been allowed assistance County Judge appoint a Commissiouer side of poorhouse since October for Breckenridge county to act In the 8 , .... 1, 1911 The Die supper given at C. II. S. ninM of John N. Akers. who wus ap names are: Mrs. Emma Mat- Friday night was an exciting aifalr. Their term towit April 3, pointed at a former tingly, Mrs. George Brown, Amos John- The pies were auctioned and the one 1913, and having resigned anu nis resby the son, Adam Mucker, Mrs. Greenwell, made by Miss Mary Owen Oelze brought ignation having been accepted Mrs. Rosa Russell, Matilda Clark and $1 55. The High School girls made the court, and said Commissioner so pies and their boy friends bid on them. lie vested with the same au Martha Clark. of Number of paupers outside, of Besides the auction there were two ex thority given said Akers by order poorhouse whom temporary asi A MAN HAS HIS ACCOUNT April term citing contests, Miss Eula McCracken this court, adopted at the 1 with a bank that does not Ac 3 sistance has been allowed,.... was voted the most popular girl, and page 203 or unier and recorded on To merchandise for Dave Logsdon. Miss Isabelle Burn, the prettiest. Miss cord him satisfactory treatment No. 2, and said commissioner will Book acregular To merchandise for Jim Wardrop. Burn got al5 votes and Miss Mary he summarily transfers the make a report at the next To merchandise for Henry Bisir. also run on the ticket as she Is Said motion was term of this court. count where he will receive the The names of persons outside of poor- a High School beauty. Twelve dollars and made the order or tnis rented consideration" he deserves. Thus, their allowance per month and was cleared which covers the balance court, and Taylor IHard was appointed house, may be readnames of their trustees since October due on the piano. the merits of a bank commissioner. 1, I9II- of time ily judged by the length Justices Payne and Harris having Emmallne Noble, trustee, D. S. When you UaveaJWJlous attack-- give It holds Its accounts. Transactbeen appointed a committee to examallowance $$.00, W months, $36. Chamberluln'B Tublets)a trlalfHThey aie ions with the PARMKR&,rfANK, ine the report of C. M. Heston, pauper T. N. Berry, trustee, J. C Nolte, al excellent. For sale baUealers. Art- satisfactory, and commissioner for Breckenridge county, lowance J6 00, 13 months, $73, are Invariably veriHcincui, rpnnrt that thev have caref ully exam accounts with thiyafe, strong (Continued next week.) Bald report and find it correct, and nA Institution are seldom closed. on motion of Justice Wright seconded To Hites Run You will find that druggists every- Notice We wast mmt business, but by Justice Dix, jams was adopted anu speak weA of Chamberlain's School Press Committee. orderedthat vouchers be made to claim- where Remedy. They know from loug NEVER loseght of the old. report is in words and fig Cough ants, which experience in thfc sale of e that in cases ures as luuuwa; The press cemmlttee of Hits Run Breckenridge of couglis aud olds it can always be deTo the Fiscal Court of school, please slga names and write oa is pleasant euaty. The undersigned pauper com pended upon, ttnd that it side of the paper. Your excellent uiuy r and safe to take, l'or sale oy an ueai- - one Breckenriuge missioner of report railed In tins snu nau 10 uc ssjsctfully submits a report uf his acts era, AdveitisenieHt, omitted. Bank, siuce Octoberl, 1911 LouUivlile Evening Post Number of paupers In poorhouse and Brekeridge News 1 Ky., 1911.. ..'f. Ootoberl, ." n yer K 'f wpw rwtlvcd, i Nutfiber of . 1 IJ1-d- People are sometimes slow to recog nizo true merit, and they cannot be blamed, for so many have bee'n humbugged in the past. The experience of hundreds of Cloverport residents, expressed publicly through newspapers and other sources, places Doan s Kid ney Pills on a firm foundation Sere W M. Johnson, prop, of restaurant, Clovorport, Ky., says: "I still use Doan's Kidney Pills and I consider them nn excellent kidney remedy You are at liberty to publish my former en dorsement of them. For six years 1 was Hilllcted with kidney trouble. 1 hau pains In the small of my back and was lamo when I got up in the morning. tired easily, felt languid and was nerv ous. Dizz spells and headaches also bothered me and tho passages of the kidney secretions were too frequent, obliging me to get up at night. Doan's Kidney Pills brought me great relief." For bale by all dealers. I'rlce ou Co., Buffalo, cents. sole aaents for the United New Yo Forfter-Milburn BlLSl IT MEANS Don't Keep it, Write to us Flour r PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING lfYour Grocer LW ISPORT I MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky COTTON SEED MEALJ Coal, Hay and Grain 1 w How to BANK I HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO. sec-onde- d Jl JUDGE A 5Sfr2?2 H. E. ROYALTY J Hardinsburg, Office Over Jp Ilardinsburg, Ky. PERMANENT DENTIST Cumb. Phone 18. Residence Shellman Home ::: Kentucky , Mc-Gavo- ck Farmers Bank Rich-urdso- n, Ask the Farmer Who Has One tho Cumberland Telephone works wlmt wondors for him. Ho will reply: 4 l'rot ects tho homo 1 Sells my products 5 Helps tho housewife 2 Gets tho best prices 6 Increases prohtn supplies 3 Brings "7 Piiys for itself, over and over Sovoncurjtftfal reasons why YOU should ho interested and send KTUiiy m. IUr UUUK1UU iberland mu.uww v r & Telegraph Telephone ?ui - Co. inuorMtf'"wn Firnirs uvowi, m. - Marukurt, $3.50 Subscribe BtUr Subscribe for The News Right, Now THE BRECKENRIDGE laauod Every Wednesday. NEWS," JNO. D. BaBBAGI , Editor and Publisher Ml Minnie Morris was called home from Klnjjswood to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Arad Morris, la.u week, but we Are glad to know U improving:. BALLOONIST HELD AS SPY. Mrs. W J. Sehopp was in Louisville a few days last week. Mrs. G. W. Payne and son, Gordon Payne, are in Louisville shopping. i - of this paper I wish to thank customers for their very gener ous patronage during tho year, and to all, I wUh a THROUGH tho columns my many friends and EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18, 1912 Subscription price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINE-LOCALS lOe per line, and 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 conts per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino. ' money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plcaso notify us. S bSS h a. r ij, Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year My business in twelve months has moro than thrihbled and is duo to tho fact I please tho buyer in carrying tho best the market affords in over thing needed in building j The body of Mrs. Joe Allen, of Lou isville, was brought through here Mon day to Rome, Ind., for burial. She was a sister of Mr. Josh Groves, of Rome. Rev. V. H. 1'. Jones, of Louisville, filled his regular appointment here in the Baptist church Sunday and Sunday night. Buhrman Dowell, who has been the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win, Dowell, of Union Star, returned homo Monday. We are grieved' to hear the sad news of the death of Mrs. James Flood, near this place. A good mother is gone and the entire family have our deepest sympathy. A "'i?:,? - ::: g' ,' ' . WE32 'V Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Inferior Finishes While in tho city rail and si'O my stock. Whether or not you want 10 buy, I will tako pleasure in showing vou, then when you irro ready, you'll know just where to lind what you want. All Kinds Frames and Other Planing Mill Work to Order Correspondence Solicited Do your Christmas shopping bettor lute than never. This December weather is almost as pleasant as May. Christmas. That was a lucky little fcl'ow Saturday nipht, and two happy Dowell at her home by hr pupils Saturday afternoon, 13. was young men, who gave mm a new suit ami iisuh mo uuy ui mr quite an enjoynbleDecember Refreshnffair. giving nil tho little one- - a chance this week and have had the concsj nrdi'iice and other matter. Their letters to have been'roming in our ollico for moic than two weeks pleasure in publishing them for their grateful hearts. DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE MEETING. g music tecital given by Mrs. O. W. Marlon Weatherholt General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky We ai" to cut si ort Santa Claus and we lake ments were served in the dining room, which was beautifully decorated with ferns and flowers. Mrs. Dowell is quite u proficient tebcher, find her bright class is progressing nicely. Mr. William l'ettit died of heart failure December 10, at the home of hi daughter, Mrs. James Buchanan, of Uniontown, Ky., and w.is buried here Wednesdny the 11th, in the Christian church cemetery by the side of his wife. The funeral was concucted by Rev. Jarboe in the M. E. church. Sever children survive him. He was 85 years old. He was highly respected, was kind hearted and obliging, and his jolly disposition won for him many friencs through life. The Dcmociatie County Committee met in executive session at llnrdiii'-l'iirlast Satuiday. Chairman M orn an made a timely and inteirstirg talk to (he Cr mmittrc along lines thataie now agitating the mil ds, of Dcmociatc. His- tiilU and advice are irlways good. Tln;y indicate a wide scope and a broad view or politic- to be played in this, county. Tl c Demociats of IJreckenridgc otve Judge Moorman much for the splendid and haid work given the party in the campaign just closed. He can Hiy wl at no other Con niittocmun has c'-c- r said or can say that in the ltit-- campaign not a dollar, was spent for liquor or for the buying of votes. His iej ort which was lead to Weep not clear friends, or children dear, wLui published. The Committee will the Con mittec will show-th- is He is only gone before; no action as a brdy in endoising applicants for post ofiices or And very soou you'll meet upon take for any other positions. They ? ay it is up to the Congressmen and That bright and happy shore. Scnatois to take caie of thrm. 'J hoy weie not in favor of primaries Louisville Evening Post for selecting postmasters. qd Breckenridge News ne year if 3. 50. - This photograph of the American balloonist, John Watts (on left), and a German army odlcer was taken just beforo tho start of tho International Balloon raco at Stuttgart. Watts In descending at a place about 400 miles from St. Petersburg was struck on the head and made unconscious. Then tho Russian police arrested him and his companion on suspicion of bring German spies and held them for live days. t $3.50 ; man or a company is foolish. Rahoads make business, give employment to labor, develop desert places and give people a chance to get to the gateways of opportunity. They should be treated fair and bo allowed to list their property at a fair cash value. THE RAILROADS AND THE POLITICIANS The war on the lailioad? in this State is fierce. And what has it Women as Well as Men are Mado Miserable nothing. Only an uproar by the politicians who amounted to, by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. to ninke a icoul by "meddling and fooling the people. In aio tniii" Kidney trouble pre) s upon the the tux suits biought at l'rankfoit theie was a great howl went out discouragesaudlcssensanibition; mind, beauty, iailrond were not giving in a fair tax list. all over the State that the vigor ana tiieertui-nes- s soon disappear Every County Judge and every County Attorney wan summoned there when the kidneys art expense just to hear a set of politicians abue the railroads. at a "ieat out of order or diseased. Tho best way to treat a iaili ad is to trust it, not by telling it Kidney trouble ha' its duty, ii( t by meddling with its business. Simply have faith n it, become so prevalent that it is not uncomleave it alone and in the end it will be seen that the railroad has done mon for a child to witfi a the host that any crmrany could do. 'I his thing of meddling born afflicted witL -' STEPHENSPORT. Aaron Miller is very ill at this writing. Rev. H. E. Smith, of Owensboro, is 'the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Shively. Mrs. L. D. Fox spent several days in Louisville last week shopping and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ferry. Mrs. Lizzie Paulroan has returned from Owensboro where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harvy Adams. Mrs. Courtland Pulliam is ill. There will be a Christmas tree here in the Christian church Tuesday night, weak kidneys. If the cnuu urinates too ottcn.ntue urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an ace when it should be able to control flip passage, it is yet afflicted with ting, depend pon it, the cause of the difh culty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant December 24 trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a A marriage of intereat that took place habit as most people suppose. d in Louisville Dectmber 10, at the Women as well as men are made miserHotel, was that of Miss Mary Belle able with kidney and bladder trouble, Basham, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of L. Basham, and Mr. W. H. Gibson. Swamp-Roo- t is soon realized. It is sold The groom is a progressive young far- jy druggists, 111 fifty-ceand mer, and both are widely and pop Kiypbnttlnc Vnil ularly known. These young people have a sample .tin. iESsSbsrsSa bottle will begin their, new life with the hap bv mail free, nlcn n HSmLUlS.l' piest wishes of a multitude of friends pamphlet telling who know their fitness for homemaklng UUOUl l,w ..hnalta including inanyaPllie thousands of testiand happy useful living monial lettersyreceived from sufferers Miss Ida Ater, of Lodiburg, whs the wuo found ncpacd. In guest of H. A. Ater and wife last week. remedy Bighamton. writing Dr. Kilmer &Co., N. Y.. be sure mid Lionel Connor, of Mystic, was home nicntiQr this paper. Don't make any xiistaKe. but remember the name. Dr. Sunday to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kiljner'9 Swamp-Rooand the address, Eugene Connor. ghamton, N. Y.. on every bottle bed-we- tWil-larnt one-dollar Day Set for Marriages. Visitors to tho quaint old city of Plougastel, In Brittany, aro struck with the fact that all marriages aro solemnized In a single day of the year. Why this unusual custom Is easily explained. Tho men aro all fishermen, many of them going as far as tho Newfoundland banks, and aro at home only during a few months In the winter. One day In early February Is set apart for tho weddings. Little courting Is done, hut much haggling over the dowry of tho girls. They have to bring a certain quantity of linen, chickens, pigs, and vegetables. Frequently a match is broken off because a father refuses to add a sack of potatoes to tho dowry. On the day set tho inhabitants of tho entire region go to Plaugastel. Tho whole population goes to churuch to hear mass, to take communion. Often GO or more courles are united on the eamo day. Bride and brldeEroom do not walk tocether until tho ceremony haa been completed pro-vai- ls bunk check Is tliu vray.to'pay yOur bills, because then you 1ihvo clu-oou It Is f.isy tokjxfjT your ucconnts when you have your money In k keeps your uccouuts stralirl t t r you uuJ si es ym tholimk, many hours of jylrk und worry. Surtu bink .1 count with us. ,111 d you will sfco the coiivpnlcJCo, and attenvurds. tlm absolute nocisslty ofli.ivlris a bank lice unt. A 11 k each bl 1 K'luu-othfftTir- I " p Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including- Trust Investments $600,000 00" m j I ! sacS aUt-gM- &m OWMlip-KOQ- C, t, Patriotism. Our country is so big that wo may sometimes feel that we cannot "take It all In." Well, that's just where the opportunity and the challenge lies. I must bo If I am going to measure up to my country, for, in that old oratorical phrase, she reaches from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. To bo a man In America is worse than to bo evil in any other country, and to throw away chances here is more unworthy than anywhere else in tho world. It was a new call to me as I came back homo from continents cut up like checkerboards to a continent spread out like a wheat field. I did not love Europe less, but I did iovo America more; and I think I had a right to do so. For it seemed to me at that moment as if I owed my land everything in mo that could be called big or noblo, or fair, or decent, or worth while. St. Nicholas. large-hearte- d base-hearted Tilt BNK OF 'MVtLfi'vwmri HARDINSbURG & TRUT CO. Hardinsburg;, Ky. Miss Bessie Foote is spending the wtek in Irvlngton visiting relatives. C. D. Hardavay sold nn aged mule Mrs. Jim Albright and two children, Thursday to Tulor Dowell for $175 have gone to Berea, Ky., to make a two weeks visit to her parentN Mr. and Marv Riciiurd Carman visited last , week with Miss Beulah Pavne. Mrs. Powell. Mr. and Mrs Chas.' Wortham, of Miss Florence CaiD, after a month's Hardin county, spent Friday at C. H . visit, has returned 10 Louisv'lle taking Drury's, taking home with them a with her niece and nephew, Irene and quartette of p"ure buff turkeys. Donald Cain. The little fellows went Mrs. Beck McGary, of Louisville, up to give Santa Claus a chase. after pending the week with Mrs. Abe Robetts and wife, of Cloverport, Amanda Jolly, has gone to her sibter, have moveil to the farm of Miss Mrs. Cump HeDderson. of Webster. Ionian for the year, Fannie Miller, who has been sick for Will McCoy and wife, after bejng five the past few days, is thought to be betyears with Erskin Munford, of Guston, have gone to take charge of the Sam Subrcribe Today! Now! Gross farm. Par-thena BEWLEYVILLE. ter at this writing. T J Jfc - Si 4 Don't Forget The HptoDate Jeweler 1 . Every desire heart can wish in beautiful gems of GOLD. SILVER and PRECIOUS STONES--Christmas gift to den a loving heart for life. Rwvill serve them to yoi prices not equalled in season any where. Every artj as represented or money hack. Yome see if I do it. Hardinsburg's Jeweler. : : T. C. LEWIS A -- l w r t rsutmm 4 .',yrwr l"r -- - Mrs. Ivan Whltehouse, of Louisville, is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Robt Nicholas, this week. '.WEDNESDAY, DEC 18, 1912 Mr. Peyton Scott wa called to Hencred at the Post Offllco nt Olocrport, Ky derson to see his mother, whose death as cond cls mutter Is momentarily expected. Brofckenridge News lit PAPER ADVERTISING REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN BY THE GQIITTC&I GENERAL. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO INCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OFFICES UTEi FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Ver Precinct and city Offices t 2 50 tar County Offices $6 00 ter State and District Offices STer Calls, per line RFor Cards, per line For All Publications In the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line $ 15.00 10 10 10 r 10c LOCAL BREVITIES candies-- 2 1. good assortment at Sawyer's. I Fordsville. Mr?. 1. Tilford spent Sunday at . w & ' Celery, cranbJlries and cocoanut at Sawyer's. Miss Rebecca Willis spent Thursday in Louisville,. Preston 1'ord, of Glen Dean, was here Friduy. Mrs. Emma Skillman was in Louisville last wtfek. Thos. Frank, of Garfield, was in Irvington Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Sawyer spent Saturday in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. William Laslie have returned home from Kirk. D. S. Richardson, of Union Star, was in Hardinsburg Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Randall went to Philadelphia Thursday. All kinds of frtrilt, the best to be had on the market at Syyer's. Mr. and Mrs. Clif Haddock, of Webster, were in Irvington Monday. P. D. Plank has arrived home from, Texas for the Christmas holidays. Miss Hazel Holder is tho guest of Mrs. Wilbur Gregory in Louisville. Misses Eva and Edith Plank enter tain the Girls' Club Friday afternoon. Miss Jennie Warfield has returned to her home in Louisville to spend Christmas. Mrs Jule Jackson, of Tar Fork, went , to Evansville Saturday to visit rela-tives. Mrs. Celest Hill, ot Dexter, Mo., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Barry. Prof. B. C. Foiscythe, of Hardinsburg, was the guest of Miss Julia Wroe ' Sunday. MisslMaud Beavin, of Kite's Run, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. May, in Eastland. Japanese aSd Gulnaware, salad bowls, Egyptian artxases, Dutch vases at Sawyer's, Miss Mamie DeHaven goes to Louisville today to visit her brother, Dr. Fred DeHaven. By Johnson and his daughter, Mrs. Payne, of Lodiburg, were shopping in Irvington Saturday. The C. H. S. boys won the basket ball game at Tell City Saturday. The Cloverport girls lost. Milt Miller, of Fisher; G. W. of Sample, were in Hardinsburg Monday on business. MY. and Mrs. Will Hanks, of are visiting their daughter, Mrs. John Weisenberg. Begin UrtTNew Year right by taking an endowment policy anu preparing ior uture. L. C. Taul. Esk-ridg- South Saturday to visit his parents, Dr. Owen and Mrs. Owen. Mr. Percell, of Enid, Okla., nnd Mr. Jack Mullen, of Leitchfield, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mullen. Mrs. L. T. Reid and sons, Lathrope and Billy, and daughter, Miss Emily Keid, spent Saturday in Louisville., Mr. and Mrs. John Black and children, of Louisville, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Berry. Miss Stella WeatherhoU has returned home from Louisville where she was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Marion Ryan. Dju't use harsH physics. The reaction weakens the bowls, leads to chronic constipation. (Jet Doan's Regulets. Tliey operate entity. 25c at all stores. Advertisement. Walter R. Hensley, of the L , II. & St. L. R. R. Company, has returned home after a trip on the Gulf of Mexico last week, Mrs. Benton Eubanks and daughter, Alice Cleo, arrived front Frankfort last week to visit herparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Pollrf An insuarfuce policy would make the best kbjltof a Christmas present. For accuRte and dependable information 4fL. C. Taul. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Beardsley, ot Louisville, have moved to New York. Mr. Beardsley will work on his father's farm for his health. Mrs. J. C. WeatherhoU, who has been ill several weeks, expects to go to Louisville this week to have her ears treated by a specialist, Mrs. T. W. Geer has returned home from Evansville, where she attended the funeral of Mrs. Kay, the wife of her brother, Capt. Kay. Huse Alexander, of Buras, was in Hardinsburg Monday en route to Louisville. He has forty hogsheads of Burley to sell this week. Miss Fanny Rhodes, of Chicago, arrived Saturday at her father's, John Rhodes, near McDaniels, to help nurse the sick who have pneumonia. Mrs. James E. Grant is home from Panama, spending the winter with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Brashear, of No. 11 St. Charles Court, Louisville. Please be kind enough to inform the News of any information of interest to the public. It is impossible for the staff to hear everything that happens. Mr Thomas James de la Hunt, of Cannelton, is in the city for a brief visit to Mrs. Neville Bullitt, having come to attend Mrs. H. W. Blanc's reception at the Woman's Club. Louisville Herald, The young men's Sunday School classes of Mr. Proctor Keith and Mr. William Perkins entertained the young ladies' class of Miss Evelyn Hicks. A delightful and sociab'e time was had by these young people of the Baptist church. The entertainment was Thursday night at the home of Mr. William Perkins on the hill. Mrs. P. W. Roberts and daughter, Martha, of Kansas City, have been vis iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Roberts is delighted M Beavin. with Kansas City, where Mr. Roberts has a splendid position, but she is ahvays happy to get back home. Her brother, Mr. Forrest Beavin, expects to leave soon to accept a place with the same company Mr. Roberts represents. Misses Virginia Hudson, Terese Lane and Anita Moore, of Harrodsburg, who are attending the Bristol School in Washington, participated in the social festivities incident to the Daughters of the Confederacy reunion in that city last week. At the tea given by Miss Bristol last Thursday, at which Hon. and Mrs. Wm. J. Bryan assisted in receiving, Miss Virginia Hudson presided at the punch bowl. Woodford Sun. - J. W. Qwen arrived hofne from the INSURE AGAINST tAfAS-j Ji &7?X&& Wain ts kitr&&JQf ,V 1 SALE-Doubl- Do Not Fail I". to Visit Our 31tf AP FIRE with House For Rent COKK rooms and two Imlls. AdbIv to Knullsli, Cloverport, Ky. ALE B. P. Rock Cockerpls cliolcn tlarrpd PI vmrmtli UooU rnr.t. eroMi no bettor bird In tliocountr: tho en wern from "n nrln wlnnlnir tipn. tl cash, Mrs. O Chamberlain, Irvlnaton.Ky FOE FOR A e Set Work Harness nQjJfiLEsctof work harness In eood itftion will soil cheap. O. L. Chamber-lajiIrvlnnton, Ky, S 5c and 10c i Christmas Counter S There are many useful articles on 5 this counter that are really worth 5 many times more than the price we S ask 5c and 10c. tion yet we are sure the many suggestions offered on page 2 of this paper will be a great benefit to you, rejuTEhem. It you have not decided the Christmas ques- G.B.&O. time I r Skillman FojvSalc JO Acres Timber jyiOewTVWhlto Oakj IK mllo from Ohio Rcprcscnirfhp; tho snmo seven jfvor, Address V, 8. ami by, 1 companies that pnic vcr $G0,000 of tho loss big liro of 1901 wjth- in t a single kick. . tcd Lost Sweater llurdlnsburc rib.Vt)i uo sweater with nN white letter I. teturlVl o.l. II Itiibdiill, Uiovtrpo't. Ky. v ' COHJtKlA I Mrs. Charles Claycomband daughter, of Webster, were shopping in town For Sale horse noner stationery in itoori ru- tin KnKlno; Watklns jtn News, uiovorport, iy. iirucuetiriq A 15 Thursday. Mrs L. B. Moremen spent the week end in Brandenburg as the guest of relatives Clocks f30 00 at She! man's. Miss Virginia Head spent the past week end at the beautiful country place of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Heron as the guest of Miss Mary Heron. Mr. nnd Mrs. C H. Drury were interested attendants at the Farm School Thursday. Supl. Powell, of Meade county, spent Thursday here, attending the Farm ?-"- For Sale Deorts, Mortgages anil nllWInds pOUiFALK Afin icrui blanks. nrpckunriaKu icws, CUTvernnrt. Ky. '- fromo ' Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. OPEN NIGHTS entist overport, Kentucky NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. School. We are always baPPy when we get real value for Oar monev. Make no mistake and buyfyoihvpresents at She! Tlie Shoe Store! The Place for Shoes You go to the butcher to buy meat You go to the grocer to buy grocer- You go to the milliner to buy hats Y'ou go to the baker to buy bread K j CHRISTMAS Put one SUGGESTION the child's man's. G. N. Lyddan and Worland Carter attended every meeting of the Farm School held last week. These are progressive farmers and are on the lookout for all the best approved modern methods of farming. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. of our Pass Books in I Heron, despite the rugged weather, came to every meeting of the school. It goes without saying these people wi 1 have better crops by having put in practice the ideas they gained at these meetings. Mrs. Winfield Hendry and daughter spent "several das of the past week in Loulsyille as the guest of Mrs. S. J. McCoy. Christmas stocking with a dollar bill. Give him this and tell him to go to our Bank and Start a Bank Account and he'll be asjiappy as he is proud. y 1 a always buy the bebt niCKttho best braid, etc., from the man who intikcs a specialty of tlieru. CTImc ill. HIS l"S UUUUUSU VUU Ullll Insure friendship by giving presents that last. You wflrlnd such articles at Shelman's. Mrs. Hawes, of Owensboro, is spending some time here as the guest of her brother, Mr. Brite and Mrs. Brite. Mrs. Jas. Bolin and Miss Reta Bolin spent Monday and Tuesday shopping in Louisville. Mrs Alice Brashear, of Owensboro, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wimp, has returned home. Profs J. R. Bryant, J. Carmody and Hendrick, of Kentucky State University, conducted a" most successful Farm School here during the past week. A Farm Club was organized and much enthusiasm aroused. Don't bo rdhbed by peddlers when you need glassew Sholman can test and fit your eye perfectly. Satisfac tion guaranteed Ernest Henderson's stock sale which at the Henderson homestead, Saratoga Place, last Wednesday, was one of the most popular events of the season. About C00 people were in attendance. The sale was a pronounced success, all articles offered bringing excellent prices. Mr. Henderson expresses himself as well pleased with tho result Mr. nnn Mrs. J. R. Wimp left Tues- was conducted jit is the same way with shoes. When you buy them from a shoo man, you are as surcd of the beat workmanship, stylo and qtrility and that is why I mitko a specialty of shoes. In my stock arc tho Ilambloton-BrowShoes, every sizo, clecant tund substantiajtyod. n Irvington, Ky. :: FIRST STATE BANK, J. C PAYNE, Cashier X J. C. PAYhE INSURANCE IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY AGENCY presents the Leading Companies in the Country HllfP , inuTWiMfi iviumuu uiuiiiiiiiiu, TfiRMAnn i Awn nnur nvninkir uivi-vmi- i. CONnArSIPiEL, The Shoe Man, Wl Clowport, Ky. Insures Baggage and Personal Effects of Travelers. Household Goods tnd Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. e, Steph-enspor- t, Smart Bros. Herd of Registered sold Po- HKSH CLASS I "My child was .burned terriffly about the face, neck an Awiest. A applied Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Jll. Jic un in ceased, and the child sank jnjB a restful sleep. " Iuuson. Hamburg, Mrs. Nancy M. N, Y. Advertisement. land Chinas must be at once. AND up-to-pate- vnK J HON (J J Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan expect to leave about the first of the year for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will spend the winter with their son, Mc TIME FLIES anl so do men. Ideas Bud methods rapidly-tha- t are changing so only the spiialist can JjP Veep AheadaiMhe Procession We are specieits in the Dental business; you cfsurely learn something to your adimiitage by consulting us. s and Our wojjrU Lt tuJfrove it to you, high-clas- 1 jf.h. WALKER, Dtntist Clarence McGlothlan. RemernberHhslmin has a handsome line of solid silvehws and table spoons, souvenir forks aolBspaqns, and prices are reasonable..' Miss Mabel McGlothlan spent a few days last week in Louisville where she met her sister, Mrs. Arthur B. Sifter, of Adams, Tenn, Mrs, Suter will be with her in Irvington until after the McGlothlan-Johosonuptials. Miss Ruth Buckman, of Kentucky State University, was the gueet of Mrs. C. Si' Chamberlain while in town this n s Ono male, two bred bows 850 to 4.00 lbs. each. Nino male pigs, six sow pigs, four months old, weight 90 pounds. Bred, marked and feel right for tho show ring. Wo challongo any breeder to surpass this herd. day morning for Los Angeles, California. They were joined at Owensboro, by their daughter. Miss MaKatharine Wimp, who has been since September a student in Bethel Female College at Hopkinsville. Mr. Wimp and family will go by way of St. Louis, Denver, Salt Lake City and San Francisco, spending some time in each city. In Los Angeles they will spend several months with their son, Roy Wimp who owns a successful ranch and dairy farm out a short distance from the city, and Dr. Wimp who has a laige aud lucrative practice in town This is the first visit Mrs. Wimp and Miss Katharine have paid to the "boys" in their Cala- foruia homo Hero's wishing them all s tho merriest of merry Kentucky in this Calafornia home The Christmas Bazaar, conducted by the Ladies' Home Aid Society of the Methodist cburch, was a most satisfactory event both financially and socially. A complete Unofof watches and jewelry at Shelinw's. Prices low and quality guaranteed The Young People's Christian Society held an interesting meeting at the Methodist church Friday evening. Miss Maggie Bandy had charge of the program. Last week's program was most delightfully rendered at the Presbyterian church, being led by Mrs. S. P. Parks, who In a most plea ing manner gave the story of "Joseph." The so ciety is doing a great work, and young people deserve much praise. Mrs, G. T. Marshall enterta'ned her Sunday School class Wednesday, Christ-mase- fcsS3tot5fi2totKSiC3J3MS iRichardson's PI tS5&s3 II GARFIELD, KY. yj II m 11 M 1M Take a look. Arrived and Unpacked Ready to Look at And you are Invited to Our Cliristums stock is made tin of mimv useful and tin- - ym usual novelties for men, women nnd children. Our "Imby" gvS && is now full ;rovn. Thoy ato all inodoiately pr ced jromUof Wi W, veal merit. Just u hint of what wo have. M TOR CHILDREN I UViiJ Dolls Toy Pianos Toy Dishes Tin Sets China Sets Doll Trunks Ty Stoves Toy Guns Bruins Soldier (Outfits ' Women's Hosiery Silk Petticoats Gingham Petticoats Women's Kmiioiios I ChUds' Tables Rocking Chairs Wagons ,UK wu,1lLl i UK AlLiN Neckwear . Jointed Dolls Dressed Dolls Doll Carriages Animal Sets 01 Women's Vests Women VUnion Suits Handkerchiefs Underwear Union Suits Hrinu the KiddMsto our storo to soo tho nmny things Santa Glaus bfuftii our stoio for them. Let tho true Chiibt- mas spirit jjA n supreme. te IX imm Boy four B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. 2)iS2&2ilS3i2)tSJ2J J5SSS9353S555S53 3S?g$3SSIS5 A Texas Wonder Bargains for You Wo guarantee satisfaction or your rajmoy. Also 5 registered Shropshire owes, bred and in good sjptpo. Buy good etock for wiriu coraruon would cost you, ro-fu- Little Grand Son, The Texas Wonder cures kidney and mkiet vir Hkry ' mart Bros. Cloverport, Ky. I bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all Irregularities of the kidneys and bladder In both men and women. Regulates bladder troub les In children. If rjotbold by your druggist will be sejKby mall on receipt of $1. OprfimaU bottle is two months' treJKient and seldom fails to perfect afire. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2q30 llve jtfreet, St. Louis, Mo. Send for twtlmonlals. $o?d by drug- - Dear Santa Clause: I am a little years old I live with my grand ma too miles from Holt Ky. I wish you would Brink' mc some eod things for Christmas just any thins you can carry over the Bad roads where I live. Please brine my too little cousins something there names re Virginia and Russel My name is Harold Conn Kenedy. If you Hre trlfij BtlpfttlOH, tin with Hirimlr rntt. ml gentle effect of ilets makes them d Fvour cse For sale For Sale Kogistored Poland Chjflirflogs, oithor sox. Alaj4lfor 15 tons Hay. of i BROS, ClewHrt, Louisville Evening Post 1 CA Rnd BrecUcnridge New Hll oneyenr iPil.tJU 13.50. Chauibeilaiti especially u uy all oeai um clock forMSs&t Sheliaia's. .Advertisement. Advertisement. gTfcaa Ban a i ! a - -- - . -- - - -. . HARDINSBURG Sswe You Money" PHARMACY "The Drug Store Thax Will ...,, vn..nn M L.M. CHURCH DIRECTOR1 Cloverport Churches Baptist Church Butidnjr School. P:30 b. b. O. ifiKiiiroqt. etiperimenarnt. Prayer MMI m. nHptlKt Aid Ho ivrnncMHj Society mecti Monday after 8rcond Hut n uuiiuii mm, iv. ii. rrw rr'nchinKovery Hundyr oKmmnn. a. ra. nt 11:00 practice every Wednesday nlghtufterprnj S meeting. nnptin A Holiday Stock That Everv DcDartmcnt Is Filled with Fresh Goods A ii Fine Variety and a Grand Onnnrtnnitv in not fhn Rnst anrl Mnct Snitahia nUo i ii is First In Variety, Quality and Price ni nu Confection COMPLETE LINE OF STORY BOOKS the latest Perfection nethodl5t;Church RAZORS AND RAZOR STROPS SHAVING MUGS Exquisite SI fionery; styles and shades. box es 10c to $3.00 Lo wney 's Candies in nil the latest Christmas packages 1 CIGARS BY THE BOX PIPES, Large Selection, 10c to $5.00 pound to 10 pounds & Mcthodlitt Sunday School, D:JC. m. Ira D. IIGllPn. HUtwMntpnilnnt. Prnaohlnc. orv PyndaTaUift.ni.iind 7:30 p. m. Her. J H.- clay, 7:30 p. m. Epworth LenBue, regular summy iws p, tnj bulnew me&lMc Tuesday nlplit ench month. JIlw MniC Rarlto Hum. President. Ladles' Aid Korlety PERSIES; CIh All the Popular Brands Hubigaunt's. Pivers', Roger Agents Kistman Gallet's, Wright's, Rieger's and Seeley's rcstURhtfoot. I'resldent. Ladles' Mtalm In cvwr urycpciciy mroa second Sunday T...iMx.r VI. n iinM..., month. Mr Choir practice Friday nlRlit7:2o! A. II. Ma- t- ffma'ioy lasts the whole vcar when a Kodak heads the list. ik and bonccii Camera Go's. Goeiz-Batisc- h LET THE CHILDREN KODAK & Lomb and Cook HARDINSBURG PHARMACY Hardinsburg's Only Cut Rate Drug Store Fourth Yen-. Presbyterian Church Qntmnl ft.JR tii..n i.i Dit. KAH every Third Sunday, Iter, Adair. Minister. ,, cuut'Biiiijr inter xniru iu ..uvil.j Puodny everymud-month. Mrs Chus.Sattcrflcld. President. Unnrinw , Prpfitivtoflnn flnnmH filtm l .. Lense. HIGH SCHOO L lin, some candy, cakes and a whistle. Your Photograph . Honor the Cloverport City Schools For the Third Roll of as a gift remembrance to your friends and rcltith'eswill give more real pfensuro tounm and less trouble and exf5enso to vou than a more costly gift they cannot use. Month. Twelfth Year. Jbrab andt, Photographer is prepared to give you the latest styles Kttla McCracken, 95; first honor. Eleventh Year. Gertrude Gregory, 94; first honor. Honor Pupils. Francer Sawyer 93. Mabel McCracken 92, Mary McGavock Hall 92. 90, Dear Santa Claus: I am a little bov five years old. I have moved off of the Third Year. hill down in town. I want a nice Xmas Mary Keil, 97; first honor. tree, lots of toys on it. I also want aHonor Pupils. Mabel Beavin 96, Car- billy goat and wagon, lots of candy, rie Uallman 95, Lillian Campbell 95, oranges and nuts. Don't forget my Damon Lewis 95, Ralph Berry Q5, liffie father and mother. Omni 9J, Allen Ricketts 93, Winnie Your little friend, Buckby 93, James Walker 93, Roger Arad Scott. Hardin 92, Ren'a Gilland 92, Charles . Viola Greenwell, 95; first honor. Honor Pupils. Mary Ethel Lasley 94, Eva Jolly 9, Eleanor Reid 93, Maud Miller 92, Klsie May McKaughan 92, Tula May 91, Mabel Hawkins p, Win, May 90, Leonard Weatherholt 90. Robert T. Elmore, McQuady. ooo A First Sunday of rnch month, Mass. Sermon nml Ttnnrr1tt1si. fl.Aln in., ...... v.wm, uuirr wirru 7:C8 days at 10 15 n. m On week days Mnss ntSuna. m. Catcclictlcnl Instruction for the children on Saturdays at 8 :so a. m., on Sundays at P:30 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. and Catholic Church' 1.1 Billy Goat. Madam, Read McCall's The Fashion Authority 'AleCALL'S li a large, artitlie, jr UluMrated o monthly Magazine that It adding to the happf. nm and efficiency of 1,100.000 women each month l brl in fill of fiihlon, fancy-niuKm h hand-'mcl100-pag- . Bertha Perkins 90. Second Year Wants a Little Piano. Yewel Robinson, 98; first honor. Honor Pupils. Tames Buckbv 07 Willie Seaton, 98; first honor. ;' Pearl Boyd 97, Dessie Brown 96, Honor Pupils. Tula Iiabbagc 9S, Mary Tatum 95, Jn Gibson 94, Rosa Sippel 94, Joseph Ross K.vt.L 9 nl 92, IJflie Robinson 90, Jessie Hemphill Weatherholt 91, Tenth Year. 4ll J I I 90. First Grade. Ninth Year. House and Lot For Sale A dwelling vriUi two porches; one feed barn 4(7x30 feetu'warchouae 40x50 feet; 2V acres in lot; knownus the Dr. Lynch propeny in Mc-Quad- y. Mary Whitehead, 96; first honor. ooo Honor Pupils. James Wilson 95, Mary Owen Oelze, 95; first honor. Thelma's Letter. Honor Pupils. Fred Adams 94, Karl Robert Oelze 95, Samuel Conrad 95, Dear Santa: You were so good to liohler 93, Lena May 91, Raphael Lewis Florence Quiggins 95, Irene Penner 95, me last Xmas I thought I would write Emma Suter 95, Lawrence Gilland 95; 90. Robert Sw earns 94, Josie Tabling 94, you another letter. Bring me a doll Eighth Year. that I can not break, and a lot of good Addie Mode' 9 J, Mabel Whitehead 93. Louise Whitehead, 95; first honor. things to eat and anything you think Primary Year. Honor Pupils. Grace Pauley 95, Forwould please a little girl six years old. James Gregory, 9S; first honor. rest Weatherholt 95, Walter Hawkins 9, I have two little brothers, be sure and Honor Pupils. Ray Tucker 97, Chas. bring them a little wagon. Mary Pate 93, Muriel Morrison 93, LilPlease go lian McCracken 93, Kthel Campbell 92, May 97, Mary Mattingly 06, Annie May to see all my little schoolmates. Jane Lightfoot 92, Hula Robinson 91, 95, Virginia Adams 94, Virginia Lewis Your little friend, Emily Reid 9I, Helen Miller 91, Canunie 93, Marion Seaton 92, Russell Perkins Thelma Dutschke, Combs 90, Louise Weatherholt 90, Sam qi, Gertrude Loyd 9i, William Lincoln Union Star, Adams 90. 91, Mary Perkins 91. ooo A Des Mo'ius man hadwii attack of Honor Pupils. Maydee Chapin 93, muscular rlieu matisrti in bis should r. Luella lleavin 93, Aubrey lleavin 93, A friend iidv isefl blii to go to Hot . Th irmeHji t an expense of Agneta Mattingly 92, Donna Ross 92, Spring-.?150 00 or in or?. nL (Sunlit for n miick- Celestine O'Connell 90, Robert Miller" 90, Kva Wroe 90, Hudson Holder 90, tr and rlieftp ef wuio cure it aud found Liniment. Three Joseph nalhnan 90, Pernnrd Lewis 90, it in Chamb days nf ter t!: e first If ipplicntion of this JessIIall 90. ' l'uiment he was well. For sale by all Year. 1 Dear Santa Claus: I am a little jdrl seven years old. I want you to bring ime a doll, a little piano, a chair and a . ves. bon't '"Wtn sister, Pair f She WantS a sled' SOme rlbboins and a game. Your little friend, Nannie Hall, short Murlrx, nod scores or Inlmr M.ilnif nnil iiinnoj-fnMii- c tor uiuncii. 'iiifro arc more tlmn ideas 60 or tlin ucwoit drtlKiis or t li r celebrated JlcCALL I'ATTKH.Nt In each SIcCALI, PATTKIIS8 nrr-- fnmous for t lp. nu Impllrltv and economy. Only lu.inUiScfMilxpacli. TIip piiblMiois nf McTAUS will spend thousand or tlollnrs eitrn In tliPmmliir inotitljs In ordpr to kwp MrTA and MimiMers nliovp nil other l.L'3 head women's iiiiiimrhiPK nt nnv prlcp However, wV.,ii, tf'iS " ouly t0e a iear: il"vely Ya M.r S,1.r) ...-- ..T.OrMf.ll P.n.ni Fr.. If you T1IE j0mm ,vli). . COSPATfY, 236 West 37ti St, Kcw Y.rk Ak lorJi (rprnnvnl te '"1" ,na f f!n r...lm.. ...-- .. lt5C Wl rCqUCkI . J,?j:.n.2&Py ot MCCALL'S, ..... Md .u """" tftt cjorzlfolfolloiicnop BALL & MILLER -J livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Jt' 17 "nmrTin- 51,000 will buy this property. termsafid further particulars, write For Seventli Year. Katie Mattingly, 94; first'honor. China Doll Dear Santa Claus: I 'thought I would write and tell you what I want for Christmas. I want a china doll and a cap for myself, and some bananas, figs, oranges, raisens and all kinds of candy. Your little girl, A Hardinsburg, : Ky o)nocz3lfo1o1fr5irr3r5o Miriam Compton. ooo W. ESKRIDGE, :: Sample, Ky. Sixth dealers. Advertisement. WANTED l, A man w iiui to cultivate 14 acies of tobacco and a VlllJll Corn crop; work every day not in crop., No lnMM land in the county. Al.o farm nn for rent withi ri CJW IB 1 t. xtii t:ti t.Tiough A .uirds of now coIIul'c. i i Good aim house, good j... .., lnnrl Rwirl Mno chance to run w .H.. boarding hm psc. Money rcmV Cletus Wilson, 98; first honor. j Honor Pupil. Chlora May Wilson oS, C. L. Morgan 97, Lillian Polk 96, Shelby SANTA CLAUS LETTERS McCracken 95, Anna May Penner 94, Cotlena Yager 93, Chris Xeubauer 92, Continued from pugu 1 Lawrence Mailman 92, Helen Kingsbury 91. sisters, Geneva and Vivian, brinK them Fifth Year. something nice. Now don't forget to Gladys Hemphill, 98; Selina Sippel 98; come. I will go to school and be good. first honors. Your little boy, Honor Pupils. Cecil Hall 97, KathPerciq Merritt, leen Hall 97, Bessie Adams 96, Stephensport. Robert Hainman 92, Alferd Wroe 92, ooo Elizabeth Allen 92, Billy Reid 92, Bessie From Margaret B. Atkinson. Adams 90. Dear Santa Claus:- -I am a little girl seven years old. I am going to tell you what I wanWor Christmas. I want a big doll with curies and a doll bed and some games, and dou't forget my little sister, Nancy. She would HUe some oranges and some candy and some nuts. We will tiy to be good little girls. If weak, you need Cardui, Little Farmer Dear Santa Claus: I am a little bov seven years old. I live on a farm and go to school. I would like to have a kntfe, Roman candles, wheelbarrow. sleigh, biccle and lots of candy, fruit and nuts. I have two little cousins liv ing close to me, their names are Annv and Edwin Stone. Please bring them something nice. Your little friend, Shelby THomas Miller, Kirk, Ky. ooo ijjwra .Trade Marks .Designs rinnvmriUTC An AnrnnA lieniltnff n afcMMi nnA rimfrrinttnri maw nnlcklr Ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably pntentahlo. Commitnlca. tloinftrlctlrconndontlal. HANDBOOK on t'utents lent free. Oldost BKoney for eecurlnp patonti. Patents takon through flunn & Co. receiro tpeclalnotkc, II hout charge, lutho "HgaC'EX OVER 65 YEARS' PCRIENCE Scientific ffltiericaii K weekly. handomff lllntratod jnurnal. any .clentlflo Br raontbs, II. Sold by all nowadenlers. I.nreest Terms. 3 n, K nSBlBroadway.HQWYnrlf Tlrnrti omrn. C25 F Bt WanhlnKton. V. C. Pink Hair Ribbons SUBSCRIBE NOW ...For The... ivi Women! BOX 204; Harmhsburg, Ky. A CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION OSS1BLY a subscription to Tin: Bkkckkxmdqk News would make an accentable hnliduv nrasnnt to enmn fYinnrl The giver will cortainly bo gratefully remembered every week for u whole year. Jf the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from gentle herbs, acts in a natural manner, and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. ut E 57 Take CARDUI HOLIDAY PRESENTS! Come to see catalogue, show fend Dear Santa: As it is almost Xmas I will write and tell vou what I want. I want a new dress and a pair of pink ribbons and candy, oranges, bananas, raisens, cocoanuts and popcorn and apples, and bring me a pretty ring. Do not forget Aunt Tula and Uncle Joe Sargent at Hickman, Ky and their Margaret llowmer Atkinson, children, so be sure and come. I will go 3!ll7 Elliott Ave., Uerwyn, 111. to bed early and not peep. ooo Your little girl, Mary Berniee Shellman, Home At Hardinsburg. P. S. Don't forget Sister Mabel and My Dear Santa Clans: I am a little mother and father. girl five years old. I am expecting a ooo big time Xmas, You must bring me a McQuady Girl. big doll with black curly hai,r, a set of dishes, washboard and a slate and penDear Good Old Man: Don't you cil. Don't forget my little twin sisters, wish they would be a big snow about Ethyl and Evelyn, they are two years the 24th, so you can travel well. I am old. I expect they would love a dod looking for you to see me and brinir that won't break. Urine us ulentv of me ;a locket and chain and a pair of oranges, bananas and candy. We are nice vaces and a pair, of tan kid cloves. trying mighty hard to be good little and fruits of all kinds, and lots of nice girls. Please don't disappoint us. candles, I ask no more. Your dear little girl, Alvina Jolly. Hannah Clay Hendrick. ooo ooo Atlanta Journal DAILY, fy a SUNDAY AND SEMI-WEEKL- Y Lnvgcst Circulation South of .Haltiinoro i ' BY MAIL Daily and Sunday I I I J t I I Daily only per annum $7.00 " " 5.00 Sunday only I The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula JrWlden, of Gramlin, followed this advicar Read her letter: "Jryis so weak, when Jrfirst began to take JardLtjiat it tired me to ust a little. Now, I all the general iousework.;for a family of 9.'? TryCardul lot vour troubles. It may be the very remedy you, rieed. Wants Hair Ribbons. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl nine years old. I go to school every day. I love my teacher. I want some hair ribbons white and cap, oranges, apples, tf"uts, candies, cakes, nuts and graves. u Yours, Bessie Elmore, McQuady. ooo Likes His Teacher I SeniI.Wcekly' ". " I vr 2.00 hoo' for our large now the latest styles in Bracelets, Watches, Ringsgmonds, JeweleryNovelties of all kinds atpopuli priceSk Selcot your goods now while the disphf is compluo. G. M, WISEMAN & SON, 130 rlmtunUKoconU W. Murkwt St. between Louisville, Ky. ldo Six Years Old. Dear Santa Claus: I am boy Buster six years old, I wast you to bring m a watch ab4 big stick of can. dy, red tweattr, pMauts, caady, nuts. oranges. Brine littk brother, Fraiw Brown .! Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy five years old. I go to school everv day and like my teacher. I will soon LAL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME! be through my first reader, and can write my name. I would like for you to bring ran some marbles, Roman can dles, fire crackers, some caps, a French bring me a doll and some oraagss, harp, candy, peanuts, raisens and pears. bananas and some candy, apples RoMrs. Wells said for you not to forget man car.dleu, fire crackers. her. Your little boy, Your little girl, William Howard Ryan, Myrtle Snyder, Mattingly, Ky. Reynolds Station, Ky. ooo A My I Try a News.Want Ad. Now Doll and Orangis. Dear Bli ley-Ei- ght Dear; Old Santa: I am a Utile kl eight years old and Twaax you W SuU aau: Yars I am a little boy E!HB1 V;m (. r w 3TOM4N SINGER. MARTHA. DDLLINGER COPYXGHT CHAPTER ? And I llko It ncro bettor man in Egypt, don't you? Don't you think this npartment Jolly?" Tho Blinded lamps mado a protty light over Miss Roynler'a cream-col-nreBilk flounces, over tho dellcato Inco on lier waist, over hor glossy d 9 IV. 7?iS 0O3B3 MMU COMAfY gill-sil- l Mr. Van Camp Makes a Call. Aleck Van Camp turned from the rk'a desk, rather, rolloved to And t Hambleton had not yet mado hla ranco. AlccK had an orranu on mind, and ho reflected that Jim apt to bo impetuous and roluc- t to await another man's conve e nience; at least, Jim wouldn't that another man's convenlonco ded to bo waited for; and Aleck ad no mind to announce this errand frfm the housetops. It was not a WSlnosa that pertained, directly, el-- t ther to tho Sea Qull or to tho coming l" cruise. Ho mado nn uncommonly careful toilet, discarding two neckties beforo the operation was finished. When all was dono tho cravat presented a stuffed and warped appearance which was not at all satisfying, even to Aleck's uncrilical oyo; but tho tie was the laBt of his supply and was, perhaps, slightly better than none at all. Dinner at tho club was usually a "dull affair, and to Mr. Van Camp, on this Monday night, it seemed mora stupid than ever. Tho club had been organlzdd in tho spirit of the English of abclubs, with tho unwritten solute and lnvlolablo privacy for tho Individual. No wild or woolly manners over entered thoso decorous precincts. No slap'ptng on tho shoulder, no greetings, no chance dinner companionship over dispelled tho awful penumbra of privacy that surrounded even tho humblest member. A man's eating and drinking, Mb coming or going, his living or dying, wero matters only for club statistics, not for personal Inquiry or notice. Tho result of this habitual attitude on tho part of tho members of tho club and its servants was an atmosphere . in which a cataleptic fit would scarceinterference; ly warrant unofficial much less would merely mawkish or behavior attract attention. That was tho function of the L club to provide sanctuary for per sonal whims and idiosyncrasies; of fc course, always witnin tno Boundaries M tho code, fc X?n the evening in question Mr. Van Camp did not actually become Billy, but his manner lacked the polso and seriousness which sophisticated men are wont to bring to the ..important event of the day. Ho was as near bolng Van nervous as a Camp could be; and at the same tlmo an unwonted flow of life and warmth In his cool velni. He went bo far as to make a remark to the waiter which he meant for an affable Joke, and then wanted to kick the fellow for taking it bo solemnly. VYou mind yourself, George, or they'll make you abbot of this monastery yet!" said Aleck, aB George helped him on with his evening coat. , "Yes, sir, thank you, Blr," said por-'ivby-la- w hail-fellow absent-minde- d Scotch-America- n Via ot arnrA nr tho office that in case any one called ho was to be informed that Mr. Van Camp would return to the club for the night; then, in his Bilk hat and generally shining togs, he set forth to make a call. Ho was no stranger to New York, and usually he took his cities as thoy nonchacame, with a matter-of-fac-t lance. He would be aB much at homo on his second day In London as ho had oyer been in Lynn; or he would house-partgo from a friend's week-enwhero the habits of a Sybarite ,wre forced on him, to a camp in tho fare, with an vl'oods and t. equal Bmoothness of temper and since luxury mado no Impres sion on him, and hardship never blunted,.1 his own ideals of politeness or pleasure, no one ever know which life he preferred. Choosing to walk fifteen or twenty squares to tho Archangel apartment house, bis destination, Van Camp looMi about him, on this night of blB si. with slightly quickened per-lona. He cast a mildly apprecia te ava toward tho Dlcturo disclosed here and there by tho glancing ugnis, the chiaroscuro of the intersecting streets, the constantly changing visUs. For an unimpressionable man, he . was rather wrought upon. Nevertho- -,.j leas, he entered the charming apartmeat wnltner no was Douna wuu iuu itRched and composed manner which society regard b as becoming. A maid with a foreign accent greeted him Yee, Mademoiselle Reynler was at heme; Mr. Van Camp would find her la the drawing-room- . The stiff and unrelazed manner with which Mr. Van Camp bowed to Miss feavnfar a. moment later was not at all Indicative of the fairly respectable fever within his Scotch nre&Bt. wibb Reynler herself was pretty enough to fuse quickened pulses. She was of abla heleht. evidently a woman of the world. She gave Mr. Van Camp r nana in a greeting imngnw m tropean daintiness and 'American 'rtMkneaa. Her vitality and abound- iaf Interest in life were manifest. "Ah, but you are yery late, Tkla U how you become smart all at once In your New Ytrk atmosphere! But pray d y, ? George. bo seated; and ncro aro cigarettes, ir you will. No? Very well; but toll t or, mo; has that amorphous tho branchial lamella has it no, ltsolf and proved to bo tho avenue which shall lead you to fame?" Mr. Van Camp stood Bllent through this flippant badlnago, nnd cnlmly waited until MIsb Reynler had settled herself. Then ho thoughtfully turned room door. tho chair offered him so as to com"Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. of tho mand a slightly better view announced tho sorvant. corner where sho Bat, leaning against As Miss Roynler swept forward with Iho cushions. Finally, taking outstretched hand to groot tho his own tlmo, ho touched off her Van Camp fixed his eyes on greeting with hlB preclso drawl. his hostess with a mingled expression "I'm not smart, as you call It, oven of masculine rago nnd submission. In Now York, though I try to be." HIb Whether he thought her too cordial eyes twinkled and his teeth gleamed toward tho other mon or too cool In his wldo smllo. "If I wero. smart, toward himself, was not apparent. I'd pass by your error In Bclontlflc Presently ho, too, was shaking hands nomenclature, but really I ought not with tho visitors, who woro ovldontly to do It. If one can not bo exact old friends of tho house. Madame "That's Just what I say. If ono can tho aunt of mademoiselle, was not bo exact, why talk at all?" Miss summoned, and Van Camp was maReynler caught it up with high glee. rooned o na sofa with She hnd a foreign accent, and an oc who was Just In from tho West. casional twist of words which proyed Alcpk found himself listening to an her to bo neither American nor Eng- Interminable talk about copper veins lishwoman. "That's my principle" and Bllver veins, a new kind of assayBhe Insisted. "Leavo other pcoplo In ing instrument, and tho good luck atundisturbed possession of their hob- tendant upon tho opening of bles, especially in conversation, and new mine, tho Liza Lu. don't say anything if you can't say Aleck was tho essonco of courtesy what you mean. Hut then, you won't to everything except sham, and was talk about your hobby; and if I have ablo to indicate a mild interest in Mr. no one to inform me, how can I bo mining affairs. It was exact? But I'm tho meekest person sufficient. turned alive; I'm so ready to learn." on his end of tho soft, spread out Mr. VnnCamp surveyed first tho plump, gesticulating and hands, bantering, alluring eyes, then turned poured upon him an eloquent torrent his gaze upon tho sofa luxuries about of fact, speculation and them. enthuslnsm concerning Idaho In gen"Aro you ready to turn this bijou eral and .tho futuro of tho Liza Lu dream Into a laboratory smelling of In particular. More than thnt, by and nlcohol and fish? Arc you willing to by hla cheerful, manner spend hours wading in mudbanks after threatened to turn poetic. specimens, or scratching In tho sand "It's great, living in tho open out under the broiling sun? Sclenco does there," ho went on, by this tlmo innot consult comfort." cluding-tho whole company in hla exMiss lieynler's expression of quizzi- ordium. "You rldo or tramp, or dig cal teasing changed to ono of rather rock all day; and at night you Ho thoughtful Inquiry, as If she wero es- down under tho clear Btars, thankful timating tho man behind tho scientist. for your blanket and your rock-beVan Camp was ono of tho lean, angu and your camp-flro- ; and more than lar typo, like Jim Hambleton. Ho was thankful If thoro's a bit of running also every manly and wholesome, but water near by. It's a great llfo!" eveff In his conventional evening MIsa Reynler listened to him with clothes there was something about oyes that wero alternately puzzled and him that was unconventional a pro- appreciative. It was a dlscourso that testing, untamed element of charac- would have seemed to her much moro ter that resisted all rules except thoao natural coming from Aleck Van prescribed by Itself. He puzzled her Camp; but then, Mr. Van Camp really now, as he had often puzzled her be did the thing that sort of thing foro; but If she mado fun of his hob- and he rarely talked about it. It had bles, sho had no mind to make fun of probably been- - Mr. first the man himself. A cheerful, Intelli- essay In tho world out of reach of his gent smile finally ended her contem- valet and a club cocktail; and ho plating moment. was consequently Impressed with his "Oh, no; no digging In tho sand achievement. It was evident that MIsb for me. I'll take what science I get Roynler nnd the nmateur miner wero in another way put up in predlgested on friendly terms, though Aleck had packages or bottled any way but tho not Been or heard of hlm Dofore, Ho fishy way. But please don t give mo had hobnobbed with Mr. Chamberup. You shed a good deal of light lain In London and on moro than ono on my mental darkness last winter In scientific Jaunt. The allghtest flicker Egypt, and maybo I can lmprovo still ' of ealous resentment gleamed in Al moro." Sne suddenly turned witn cck's eyr.t, but hia speech waB as alow friendly, confidential manner toward and precise aa over. Aleck, not waiting for replies to her "I waB Just trying to convince Miss remarks. "It's cood to nee vou again! Revnlor that nnMnor llf has its pobo-hav- ed dark hnlr and spirited face. As Aleck contemplated that faco, with Its eager yet modest and womanly gaze, and tho noblo outline of hor figure, ho thought, with an unwonted flowering of Imagination, that Bho was not unltko tho Diana of classic days'. "A domestic Dlnna," ho added in his mind. "Sho may lovo tho woods and freedom, but Bho will always return to tho hoarth." Aloud ho said: "If you will permit mo, Miss Roynler, I would llko to inform you nt onco of tho lmmedlato object of my visit horo. You must bo well awnro " At this point Mr. Van Camp, who, truo to his nature, was looking squarely In tho face of his companion, of necessity nllowcd himself to be Interrupted by Miss ll.'ted hand. Sho was looking beyond her visitor through the drawing-Lloyd-Jones- cullar Joys,n ho said. "I was oven now suggesting thnt sho should dig, though not for silver. Dora Mr. lucre seem moro nllur-inthan my llttlo wriggly boasts, Miss Reynler?" If Aleck meant this speech for a trap to forco tho young woman to Indicate a proforenco, tho trick failed, as it deserved to fall. Miss Roynler was ablo to play n waiting game. "I couldn't enduro either your mines or your mudpuddlos. You aro both nbsurd, nnd I don't understand how you over got recruits for your hobbles. Rut como over nnd seo this now engraving, Mr. Jones; it's an plcturo of your beloved Lloyd-Jones' ! g A FARM CHEAP ANDl WHY IT IS CHEAP! J Because it is a good farm, fertile hind, lavs well, slightly rolling, docs not wash; nearly every ncro is tillable; it has southern exposure; it will produce crops from two to four weeks cnrlicr than land lyincr on northern hill tide. 's 'n ')0 PBr(cn 8Pofc f Breckinridge county; SKCONTD FIRST Rhino." Aleck, Lloyd-Jone- Roy-nler- 's ," old-ros- now-comer- s, thus liberated from Mr. s and his mines, mado his way across the room to Madatno Reynler. Tho cunning of old Adam wns In his eye, but otherwise ho was tho plcturo of deferential Innocence Mndamo Reynler loved Aleck, with his Inoffensive Americanisms and unfailing kindliness; and with her friends she was frankness Itself. With two men In Miss Roynier's hands for entertainment, it seemed to Aleck unlikely thnt either ono could mako any alarming progress. Besides, ho wns glad of n with tho tete-a-tet- o chnp-erone. THIRD land on nil sides sells from $35 to $!& an acre. It is near thu railroad. Ifc prop's wheat, corn, tobacco oats, cow pens n kinjs of msg FIFTH co,,tll'ns 300 acres) and is cheap. It will produce year, if rightly farmed, nearly half its coit. plentiful and cheap. Write Labor Ifc in ono JNO. D. BABBAGE Cloverport, 'Ky. Rey-nlo- r, Lloyd-Jone- .Lloyd-Jone- s' Lloyd-Jone- s' Lloyd-Jone- s slde-wls- o strained her from ovory sort of exaggerated speech. Sho spoko English with somo difficulty and preferred French. Van Camp seated himself on n gilt chair by Madamo Reynler's side, and begged to know how thoy wero enduring tho Now York climate, which had formerly proved intolerable to Madamo Reynler. As ho seated himself sho stretched out sav- Inc bunds. Continued next week. spindle-legged, woman, elderly, dressed entirely In feablack, with gaunt, aristocratic tures and great directness of speech. Sho hnd tho flno kind of hauteur which forbids persons of this typo over to speak of money, of disease, of scandal, or of too Intlmnto personalities; In Madamo Reynler's caso it also re- Madame Reynler was a tall, stranght $4,200 Price $4,200 Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest way to make money is to buy land in Breckenridgo county. Western land has had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for good living, for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridge county has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching tho markets two railroads and high-spirite- d half-Impude- fact thai most infect Otis dismses such as whooping cough. iipatheJu--nn- d scarlet fever are conrHCteiT when the child hns n cold, cnuiherluin's Cough Remedy will quirlUjr-tu- ue n cold nnd greatly lessen tt.e danger of Co. trHCtinij these diseases. ThUeuiedy is fatuous for its cures of co'lris. It contains no opium or other narcotic and iiih lie gi-e- n to a cliild with implicit confidence. AilvertiM-mt-ut- . Sold bj all dealers. the Ohio river. Tho pcoplo aro prosperous nnd land is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in the last ten years. In another ton years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now whilotho start is cheap. Clip out this ontiro advertisement, check the numbers that interest you, write your naiiio and address and wo will keep you in touch We with to cull your attention to the ' with our bargains. Wanted Small Farms We have a number of inquiries for small farms from 50 to 100 acres, improvod. If 3011 have a small farm woll improved, good level land, list it with us and we will do tho rest. d Lloyd-Jone- s' j -. Sensational Offer! Four Nice Faons. All Conveniences Commissioner's Sales Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., S. 17, V. 324 polespfc) a chestnut; thence V. 18 poles; thence W. 18 poles to Guard., Plaintiff. the begiuuiug. CfFntainW 188 acres Against Daniel Sheeran and Francis Sheeran, Trict No. 2 Defendants. Beginning nt Jv stone in Caotnes' line Equity No. 3473. running thencl S. 67, E. looWjoles to By virtue of a Judgment aud Order of twp poplar stuaips; thence S. sixW. 70 Sale of Breckiuridgo Circuit Court, ren- poles; thence JR. 67, W. 120 poles; (Hence dered at October teim thereof, 1912, in S. 30, W. 18JJ poles to a black oaftly the above cause, for the sale of the here- the public rad; thence N, 87V&, W. inafter described real estate, and all poles; theiic N. 38, V. 46 poles; thence costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for K. 18 polesito a chestnut tree; thence N. sale at the Court House door in Har- 17, K. 224 jpoles to the beginning. Con dinsburg, to tho highest bidder; at Tub taiuing it acres more or less, He Auction, on Mondav. the axA dav of December, I'olJ, at one o'clock p. m or Tract No. 3. thereabout (being County Court day), Deginfiing at a stake in Tompey's line upon a credit of six, twelve and eight ruuulnf thence N. 20, E. 150 poles; een mouths, the following described thencs. 70, E. 49 poles to a forked property, walnut; thence S. 17, W. 30 poles to a ston thence S. 80, K. 57 poles to a Tract No. 1. hiclry; thence N. sf, E. 46 poles; A certain tract or parcel of land lying thefce S. 68, E, 131 poles; thence S. 4, and being in Jlreckenridge comity, Ky Wis poles to the public road; thence and near Kingswood College, described the same S. 66, V. 4 poles; S. 39, as follows: Beginning at a white oak on 10 poles; S. so, V. so poles; S. 28, Creek, running thence N. 38, W. TueU's 26 poles; S. 20, V, 20 poles; S. 6, E. 43 poles; thence N. J, K. 14 poles; poles; S. 19, W. 34 poles; S. 58, W. 34 theijce N. 40, E. 17 poles; thence N. 30, les; N. 69, W. sis poles to the begin- is poles W. 14 poles; thence N. 66, on a branch; thence N. 32., tug. Containing 217 acres more or less. to a btone 136 poles; thence N, 98 poles to Coomes' Tract No. 4. corr; thence with his line S. 67, R. l'ourth tract bounded and described said line; thence 196 poles to a stone in 70 ucres In tmsturo. 50 In timber: dwelling; koou burn mid woll o Acres. 3 mile from It vlngton.ou rurul wuiereu; iuihi. rricoM,tuu, route Good frame dwell Inn: j rooms and 150 Acres tenant veranda; good b.irn JO5o; j A liisbtirK;-rdo- two mllos froni Ilard-"- " New Horseshoe. dwelling;:! burns house; 137 acres under plow; 100 acres Brass; 81WO8 nncl4HM); " houses; pood luvol 5 ucres In timber; woll watered, cistern unci' George Foster Howell, of IS7 Windsor Ijonds. 3d to . 0 busliuls com nnd I'M) pounds unci grows corn, teimni wnout unci Brass. too icco. lays wavy place, Brooklyn, New York, h perfect- tobacco to ncro. Oood clover landono of tlio l'rlcu .t.?50. Ij ind ne.ir this suhl rrirentlv fri 10 tho ncro to level location Ideal mid In ing a horseshoe that he believes will best neighborhoods In ttio county. I'rlco 2i ucres, S , ii) ; H .cash Terms on b dunce aud luvol 11 rood barn:good laud cleared,land, solve the problem of how to prevent a well nil rullror.d. located ; 3 miles from Irvtngton. I'rlco $3,300 Mrs " SOO'ticros 3 miles horse slipping on icy pavements. The 1 Wl nearriamplo;onoinlli'froni!choo Howell horseshoe is claimed to be an house. ISIn 19 B0 acres lying In a vulley; S 2 ucres; woll Farm 1 Oood Stockdwelling;155stock barn. houses. lur,5o room dwelling und hall; tenant entirely new departure in such things rvt tobacco barn: 2hi miles bouth u improved of Kirk, Vi mile from scnool. well watered, 2 111 U corn, clover, and Mr. Howell believes he has invent- Grows wheat, tobacco,Irrliuidi), 011 rurul springs near oarn; on Kuruiuoute. Ht miles from ed a most efficient device for the safety K'riiss. This luud Is 11 llttlo rollliu' but dooa route. " Glen I '5 acres 1 mile Kast of stone not wash. Price rlKht. Juo. U. HubhaKo, Nn k of horses ur Dumb Animals. netin: good, strong lime Cloverport. Ky. soil, wutered by wells and springs, on good, rollo from school neur Heautlfully Mr A u live town. located onepractically county road, barn good fl, 200, 3and churches. 100 ucres New tobacco co t stock burns, Hives, eczema , uclJor sp It rheum sets isiu. nil jevel land, unlmproveu; Rood 'unclng. food teuaut luuses, line clover und grass you crHzy. Can' Trice fl, 100. te touch of your Idcul spot for dairy farm. I'rlco reasouablo. clothing. Doan' sQratnii nt is fine for Write J no. I) Htbbugu. Cloverport. Ky. 135 ucres located 1 mile north ot A C McQuadv. I'rlco skin itching. Al Kirn ggibts sell it, 5OC a Vn O IBS acres located near Oukes, Hun-- 1 Mn K cash. coci county; ViO acres under plow 78 acres timber; woll wutered; plenty of fruit; balance In yearly payments. box Advertisement. room dwelling; barn 40x00; 40 ucrus level, )0 acres 4H miles from Hardlns-- 1 Tn I rest rolling. Uood land for tubucco. corn, burg, county seat: well Improvwheut und clover. It Is u bargain at $1,800. ed: ono of the best farms In tho county, I'rlco 500 cash, balanco easy payments. MORET IR THUMB.' 4,000. V fell jroa hoir'tsl pfcybtilprlrufMrlt 6 123 acres mile South of Rockvalo, cood level land. 4 room dwelling M Acres near Hums. Dwelling! for w..klrrlct Hit tenant bouse und necessary outbuildings, Mn barn2020; log stable. 20 acres; udnt unlet. richool liousd und church lu 300 yards. 1'rico level, rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid M.SMEL&SONS Jl.uSOcasu. with clay; well watered I'rlcefloO. I3TILII, IT. ivl Jen la Fun, HMtt, Wool 7 74 acres. 3 miles from Kirk, dwoll-1- U Improved land, ono InglW story 0 rooms un porch, Mr EswbiiiUdiua. 17 DOucros wellMcQuady; nil level, 1 miio fr0Qj good well, small tenaut house, good barn and good shape. Excellent neighborhood. Kino stable, uood orchard. und tobacco and corn land; well watered. I'rlco M ft Two tracts 100 ucre In ono and Si. 500. No. 1. A l&s Fine Home Farm live-roo- m iiinu-siou- " m 1 fn-n- No. i 1U. lheakl t lli. lU. (1 r '" " No. 1 1i nu. iu lU. FURS cated t ft SJtl Acres.ono mile from Ilarned: mllos from Hurnod; H mile of Kingswood rvjs ItJ Woll Improved; plenty of good college. 2 stock burns MOxOO unci 3tl4S. Two-stowutor; dwelling, and tenant house, l'rlcu 150 ucres; located on Henderson Itoute. 1 mile east of Lodlburg; $4,750 In the other; IIU. 3O in ucres Hardinsburg; 124 acres lo- 3 100 ucros mile-from liu. ry No. 9 acrps, smnes trom Guston. or lor 1M acres CI Iflfl 140 mllos from Irvlngton; well Dftn Qlondeune, Smiles from branch $)0,0JJ 3 well; good young orchard; good $2 lu all fresh land; 100 four mlles;west acres in cultlva watered: lays railroad; tlmber;oa rural routo; school house few yards fro ti house; Improvements; good four room dwelling with kltcheu on buck porch: two good barns; barn and tenent house and. cistern back In the Held; tnoat and hen house; woodshed; will sollon easy paymonis; plenty otsmnll fruit. Further particulars urMress Juo. D. Ilabbage, Cloverport, Ky. pilot-brea- d enjoy-men- tloti; 50 acres lu grass; will produco the best corn, wiieuc anu tooacco in neighborhood; plenty lasting water, well at door of dwelling; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side roomj good stable ; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant houses. Plenty of good timber for turmSpurposeii good fund to clear. Price ti.OOO H casb. --U. Si, , as follows; Beginning at two poplars; thence N. 70, V. 137 poles to a dogwood aud gum in the old line; thence with said line S. 69, lv. 137 poles to a dogwood aud two hickories; thence S. 18, W. 130 poles to the beginniug. Containing 100 acres. This is the same laud deeded to Dennis Sheeran by h. B. Macy and Margarett A. Macy, his wife, on October 15, 1894, and recorded in Deed Book 47, page 92, in the Brecken- ge County Clerk's office. For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This ongino is in good condition; has boon run about 4 years and is a bargain to anyone nceding'a stationary ongino. Has all necessary pipes, gasolino tank, which holds about 80 gallons; has detachable gasolino'pump and a natural gas attachment. Reason forsolling entirely too largo for my purpose. Tor further information call on or address Sail four tracts or parcels of land are parts I to-w- it: 1 V the Nicholas Sheeran farm, divided byWders of court. The four tracts will first unsold separately and then all together; thsale standing as made in the manner which brings the most money, For de.wriptious of the original tract and sourcesyDf title, reference is Ky. :: D. uiade to the origiuaVleeds filed with the Cumberland" Telephone No. 46. petition. The purchaser, withpproved surety or securities, must execMe bond, bearnot convenient to handle on a type ing legal interest from tl day of sale Notice to Those Who Writo case or desk. Always sign name. until paid, aud haying the force and efFor The BrocljQnridgo News Vtaiued to fect of a judgment. I.ein Can't look well, a 1 well, or feel well secure payment of purchaseX money. with impure blodiiTJlKeep the blood 4 omply Bid Jem will be prepared to pure with Burdoclflooil Ultteri. J5at Persons who send articles promptly with these terms. Breckenrldge Neu;s, klncMf'tnljo pajns simply, tuttejcercls, keep clean, and LEE WAIJ.S, to make them plain ancj on paper of good health it!lHfiTuy ure to follow. reasonable size. Wrapjufr paper Is $1.00 a bottW, Advertlseiueiit. Commissioner U. C. C. V Jno. Babbage Cloverport, ta,-th- o t 3f W I law tVFww ct Just, Sty More Days Till Saiita Claus Conies lr He is making his headquarters at our Store. in and see what Beautiful Gifts he has. Drop ' I Iv"4S 1 7 1 nwSM Winston Hardware and Impteqienf aW onder; A Little Sewing Machine; An "i Coy, - Irvington, Ky. 1 1 " " Substantial Toys For Ixildreix! AT ilflo Trnn fTm! StnVP '! 1 'l ! ' i i i .p 1 is s Wagon for the big boy Tov Wood Carts, Exbress WW ons, Trains, Building Blocks, Tin Trui ets,$ Tool Jtsoxes, Dominoes, Rocking Horses, Hobk and LadHe r , Autos, Cups and Saucers, Fancy Lai ps, Mirrors?Nfea Sets, Etc., Etc. j . 1 BUYAJEW EL and v . LJEL, k Wflf up folks Besides this Grand Ctiok Stove we have the following articles that make the best kind of Christmas present for gro X Cut Glass Ware. Xmas Cups and Saucers and Plates, Heating Stoves, Ranges, Oil and Gas Stoves, Alarik Clocks,' Guns "for Boys and Men, Saddles, Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Comforts, Mattresses, Parlor Suits, Quarter Sawed Oak and "American Quarter Oak Dining Tables. " ,Mmttm'mimm """ . - HHtHmmfivmtmmfiHtmtmm SANTA CLAUS LETTERS G Continued from pago j y. and, live near Tarfork, miles from Cloverport. Now I hope) ou won't lose the way. I want you to bring me two bunches of fire crackers, some Roman candles and mixed candy, oranges, bananas, raisens and mixed nuts and anything else you think a little boy like .myself would like to have. Please remember tmy big brother, Ivo, and also my little twin neises that lately arrived at Evansville. Now I hope this won't be too much for you to remember. 1 will be a good boy. M. something Roy Jackson. hang our stockings up early and shut bring little brother J. ooo to I know you will have a big load for night. our eyes tight that you are so good to all the children. Lives With Grandparents Fra'nklin Sheerau, Good Bye dear Santa I know I will not McQuady, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl see you for I will shut my eyes early. ooo three years old. My mama has gone James Arnold, Irvingtou. Live at Mystic. 1 live with my grandma I. to heaven, and ooo and grandpa, and also, have a little Dear old Santa clause: I am a little brother that lives with me. I want you girl 11 years old I will tell you what I Wants a Wagon1. to bring me a doll that will go to sleep, want for Christmas I want a doll and a Dear Santa: I want you to come to and some candy.and nuts, and my little doll buggie and a post card album and my house on Xmas night and bring me brother wants a gun and some candy. some oranges and .ill kinds of candies wagon and horsV Please don't forget my little sister that and a dress and some bananas and a a knife and a little and a little auttomobile. Bring me lots also lives at Uncle Sam Jackson's, and piano and a go cart and a story book remember ray papa at Evansville, and to read I go to school and a little stove of nice things to eat, and fire works. Your little Boy, my Grandpa Hall at McQuady. I reand all kinds of nuts. I will be a good Ed Ross, main as ever your little girl, little girl so good by, From Gola Ethel ooo Lucy May Jackson. Bune. ooo ooo From Melvin. eight years old nine all I want. Don't forget my little sister, me a nice Doll and a little pocket Dook some time I loose my pennys when I Lula. Good bye Santa Claus. go to Sunday School and I dont like to Your little boy, do that and bring me eny thing elce Gilbert Snyder, , you want me to have and bring Zidda Free, Ky. ooo something real nice so he will not want my doll for he will break It dont forHim and Sister From get mamma and papa so good Bye, Dear Old Santa: I am a little boy Precious Arnold, Irvington, Ky. six years old. Please bring me a great ooo big air gun, a tricycle, some Roman some nice candles, oranges candles, A Big Load. and lots of good things to eat, and Here den't forget my baby sister, she is four Dear Santa . (Jlaus:I go to comes a school all a big doll, a little little boy 7 years old years old. She wants be good now stove, set of littlr dNhes. She has been the time and will try to please bring me any thing you want to sick, but she" is able now to eat all the will bring her. Please, bring but dont forget fruit nuts and good things you please old Santa, don't forget us. We wil1 candy and fire crackers and THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Joverpbrt, Ky. Organized 1872 II - DFP S. jtr iua OSITORY FOR w V POSTAL SAYINGS FUNDS i- - SOLID AS A ROCK FOR 40 YEARS T Absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits' A Sweet Little Girl A Friend to Santa. Dear Old Santa: I will write and tell you what I want for Xmas. I want a little red rocking chair and a doll, and I want you to fill my little stockings full of nice things to eat. Krom your little frieud three years old. Helen Lee Ross, ooo An Old Fashioned Boy Dear Old Santa Clause: lama little boy 0 years old and I will tell you what I want for Christmas, I want a wagon and a horse and some nuts and all kinds of candles and a teddy bear and I will try and be a good little boy, dont forget my brothers and sisters. From a friend, Ebon O. So goodby. Bane, Mystic, Ky. ooo My Dear Old Santa1 I will write to you to let you know what I want. I want a pistol and some candy, oranges, peanuts, apples, fire crackers. That is am a little boy 8 Dear Santa: year3 old and will tell you what I want one Teddy Automobile one Drum Xmas' tree Music stand some fire works candy nuts figs Oranges and Apples and bring my Grandmomma and Grand pap something nice they dont live very far from Cloverport and dont forget Papa and Momma so good by Santa I will try to be good from your little boy v William Melvin Scroggins. 1 Little Business Man. Dear Santa: Will you please brjtig ooo Easily Satisfied. Dear Santa: I will write and tell you what I want you to bring me Xmas night while I sleep. I want a Doll, a doll bed, and a story book, and bring me lots of fire works, candy orranges bannas and Figs. Now If you will bring me those I will ask for no more. COAL! The best coal that is sold in this city. We have established a coal yard here and this famous coal can be had any time duringfhe winter from our yards whence have on hand 5,000 to 10,Q)tfbushels. m Your little friend, Elizabeth Ross, ooo A Rubber Doll. Dec's, 1012. I k W. i fir r liner of Railey's Hancock Coal. -- thos s EM ONICAL, Agent If Dear Santa Claus: I will write and tell you what I want for Xmas. I want a rubber doll and buggy for It Some Candy oranges Bananas nuts. A .little pairof gauntlet gloves and a pair of shoes, And I have a little Sister that has never saw Christmas yet and be sure and dont forget her bring hop some soft candy because she has not got no teeth to eat hard Candy with I help mama all I can and she has just told me that Hanta Claus was so good to ever little girl that would help their Mama and I think he Is So I will Close from your Little girl, Mary V. Board, Irvington, Ky. you need coal call him up ooo Little Irvington Girl. ' RAILEYy Dear Santa Claus: I will write and tell you what I want for Christmas. I would like to have a doll and a little buggy to put lc in ami some candy or anges and Bananas nuts and ever thing ".t J doll and doll buggy a set of dishes a ana grunama, rrum your nine iriena,,& rocking chair a little wash board and tub candies oranges bananas and all P. S. I forgot a Christmas tree and a kinds of nuts. As ever your little girl, stove and some dishes, ooo Veva Irene Whoberry. Uncle Ben's Boy. ooo Dear Old Santa: I am a little boy ' Set Of Dishes. twt) years old and know all my letters and I thought I would write you a letDec. 13, 1012. ter and tell you what I want you to Dear Santa: I want a set of dishes, bring me. Bring me a pistol, some ooo bring mamma a coat suit and bring caps, all kinds of nuts, candles, and I dont care If you would stop at Mr. Har-diuaaaie a suit and a nat, i want some Has A Long Name. store and get me, one of those story Books. I want a baby grand piano climbing monkeys, and dont forget to bring little Eve a doll. And Grand-p- a Dear Santa Clause: I am a little to so I guess that is all good By. lives with us, dont forget to bring him boy five years old, I am trying to be a Sarah Fallon, some nice things to eat. I go to good boy, I carry in wood for mama. I Cloverport, Ky. early and not peep. Yourwill boy,bed little' bring me a toy want you to please ooo Alvan Roberts, train, automobile and fire crackers, ooo Lives At Lodiburg. fudge candy, oranges, bananas, grapes, From Golda Finn. figs, and please bring little baby broth Dear old Santy Claus: I am going to Dear Santa: As It is near Xmas will er a rattler. school every day. My teacher is Miss P. S. Please dont forget Grand Mother. Mertle Beard. I like her fine, and I write and tell you what I want. A nice close its Franklin Owen G. Marshall, McQuady, want you to bring me a set of dishes doll that cancook stove eyes, a bed for it to lie in a and little dishes Ky. and a horse and lots of good things to now Santa dont forest mv little hrnfhor 000 him a eat. I am ten years old. Sincerely your bringoranges,little gun and a little train also bananas and all kinds of James' Letter. little girl. Maymie Leota Grant, candies that you usually bring. Santa we lived at G$ynian, Jnd., last yearbuV Dear Santa: I want a train with ooo now we live in Cloverport. I will leaviT track and station, nuts, fruit and canBlua-EyeBuras Girl. one door open so you wont have tp dy, and anything else you want to bring me. Please dont forget mamma, Dear Santa Claus: I am a little blue climb down the Chimney, my sisters and Mr. and Mrs. Black. eyed girl eight year old and have been Golda Fenn. Prom your friend, James Buckby, Clo- going to school, I will tell you what I ooo" verport, Ky. want you to bring me please, a pretty Henry And Emmett. , ooo doll with blue eyes and golden hair, Dear Old Santy Claus: I want you also a pretty locket and chain, a new to bring me Little Illinois Girl. a drum a rain coat and dress and pretty ribbons, also all kinds Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl of nice fruits. "Santa" besure andgo leggons soma sweet oranges and nuts sjx years old sCnd going to school. to see my little couisons Virginia and I have a little sister she wants a doll Please do not forget to send me some Gladys Phelps who, live in Louisville. and Emitt wants a gun aunt ana sead candy, nuts, oranges, a little set of I will go to bed early and close my eyes you was in memphls bee sure to come to cloverport. Your little friends, ., dishes, a table and a story book as I tight. Good Bye, Your little girl, Henry and Emitt Parsoa. like to read. Do not forget papa and Helen M. Meyer. mama, I like Santa at Cloverport bet- P. S. Please don't forget uncle Wille. ' A Neatly Written Letter. ter than the one at Decatur, III., he is 000 ' better to me. I will be a nice little girl Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy Vj Early To Bed. so ba sure to come. seven years of age. Please bring ma From Gladys E. Weatherholt, Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy Jlttle Daisy and a knife "IriUiVw. Mowe&qua, III, six years old, will you please bring me a chain for Xmas. Bring my JDm4 fi T ooo an air gun, a cow boys suit, an .enjftne brother Bernard something nice. Wfcrftf Just Three. that runs on a track, some nice bldcks, should all like very much to have Ut&fffr ,De"r Santa Claus: I am a little boy books and lots of fire works, candy, of firecrackers, roman candles, fruits X2. three'years old. Please bring me a lit- f ruits and nuts, I rould also like to ana candles, i sball be a real good bo v.,. will try to mind papa, have a nice rain coat, sweater, cap and Lovingly, Charles Warren BallmaBtr tle riyljchair. if you wil) troves to wear to school. Now please mama and ooo jr i blflnjj me lots of nice candy, oraijgw, trowiiorger.Miine, i live on third v l..c.i c..t.. ri-- n uai ruiiyciyiu MUMM. v nuts'; .figs, bring a big box full so I can street, ,1 wMTeated ea'rly and shut gfve.'Grand-Mother Dear Santa Claus: I am a little some. ift?Wlll go to my eyes tight. Yeur little boy,' four years1 of age. I should like va Francis fcmmette Hinsey, u qarijr auu ihtviuvk. much tp have a horse and wagon a Ui- -i ,, Alvin Ray Marshall, ooo tie pistol atd, a box of torpedo. As' Mcuuauy, iy, t A Doll Wanted. V C this is Leo's first Xmas be sure to brio Dear old santa.! law a little girl 8 him a nice bell. Please brlns- each Wants A Doll. .. years old I want yW to bring me a doll my brothers aBd'slsterssoMttileIc. ' Santa: I am a girl nine yeaw and some nuts and candy and bananas Your little boy, Celestlue Brey Ball, old I would like for you to bring rut a and dont forget tny mother and, father maun. you have to spare for me. And a little white teddy bear Cloak and liggin to match So please dont forget mama and papa I will be a good little girl and wont peep af you and I hope it will snow so your Sleigh wont, pull- your deers so hard and make them so tired So please dont.fprget me I am your little girl, Jessie Pauline Brown, Irvington, Ky. - T--. S', ns d ( M pop-gu- n sft: 1 grand-moth- er u.il. -- 'ooo -- - Dr tgg?