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The Breckenridge news: December 23, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914122301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: December 23, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOL. XXXIX CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1914. 8 Pages No. 25 r in and After January 1st, Please be compelled to force collections. Pay now and save cost. NOTICE TAX PAYERS! pay your taxes. come Mr. Pate Gets Contract. ' -- v 1915, I will A. T. BEARD, Sheriff William Pale landed nn il,800 job for the Ctoverport Boat and Machine At Kirk Women Take Great Company at Brandenburg Thursday Mr. Pate got the contract for building Deal Of interest In the Tur- a passenger gasoline boat for service between Brandenburg and Louisville. Pounds The owner and captain will be A. P. key Indnstry-.-MauColeman: Tne boat will be finished by Shipped, April 1 On account of the govern Last week was turkey week at Kirk. ment works at West Point, the boat Pete Sheeran Bros. & Co. were busy ull will be in great demand. the week buying and shipping turkeys. It was the best week they ever had in Bronze Turkeys the turkey line. Mrs. Thomas B. Beard, of HardinsMr. Sheeran said the men had very burg, who has a poultry advertisement little to do with the turkey industry. in this issue of The Breckenridge was the women. They raised them, It News, continues to win the first prize sold them and got the money. The on her mammo;h bronze turkeys. At men brought them to town and like the recent poultry show at Hardinsgood husbands carried the money back burg her birds won the blue ribbon. Following are the to their wives. At the county fair they were awarded .names of the sellers: Mrs. Park Miller, the first premium. W500 pounds; Mrs. Lafe Withers. 400; Mr. Slade, poultry judge sent from Mr -, . ..o. R . r .l?r..nnll , 10(1- - Mrc. Paul the University of Kentucky, said Mrs. W. Coleman Wetherlngton, 3C0; Mrs. Beard's turkeys were the most desirDavis, Monroe 250; Tate, able he had ever Mrs. seen. 034; Mrs. Lon Rhodes, COO; Mrs. las. W Millen, 230; Mrs. M. L. West, 400; Miss Eliz'th C. Wathen's Death' Mrs. T. D Stone, 300. Miss Elizabeth Curd Wathen, eldest daughter "of Richard Wathen, died at Will Play at Hardinsburg their home, Elmwood. She had been 'Diamonds and Hearts,'' played by ill only two weeks, though her Illness the Boys' and Girls' Dramatic Club of was terious from the beginning. Th'e McQuady, will be rendered at the City deceased graduated from Nazareth Hall, Hardinsburg, Ky., at 8 o'clock Academy a few years ago with .high Wednesday night, Dec. 28, 1914. You honors Ex. can't afford to miss It. Admission, 35 y J-- Breckinridge County Loose Leaf Sales The Loose Leaf sales at Hardinslmrg yesterday were bigger and belter than ever. Over 150,000 pounds sold at good jr.; third prize of $5 00, John O'Reilly. prices. Top price for Dark, $13 50. The After the corn was judged Prof. next sale will be Jan. 5th. Hendrick used about one hour In explaining to the farmers present the Biggest Christmas Ever! methods used at the Experiment Sta "This is the biggest Christmas ever," tton In selecting seed corn, preparing It certainly is in the soil for seed and the manner of says Mr. J. C. Nolte. cultivation as well as giving them vory Cloverport. Everybody has the spirit valuable instructions as to how they of Christmas, and some think the war can best select the seed corn, prepare has caused it. Because the suffering the soil and cultivate the growing crop of those abroad has touched the hearts so as to Increase their yield iu corn of the world and people have given production Professor Hendrick com more than ever before. The Methodist mented on the quality of corn entered and Baptist churches have sent boxes and said ''every sample is worthy of to thet homes for the orphans, the careful consideration and the lot, as a Woman's'Missionary Society of theaiettij whole, would be a credit to any state odist church sent a box of supplies to Western Kentucky, the Choral Club ' show." ThH demonstrates that if the farm also collected a wonderful Christmas ers of this county will use the best box, many have sent personal boxes in methods in selecting seed, preparing Cloverport, besides hundreds of gifts to the soil and cultivating the crop that immediate loved ones. The Catholic they can grow as good a quality of jchuich has a fund for the Belgians. corn and produce as great a yield as Cloverport will have a happy Christmas. ! TURKEYWEEK B. F. BEARD & COMPANY'S CORN SHOW II. F. Heard & Co.'s Corn Show, held In the Masonic building In liar dinsburg on December 8th and nth, in connection with the Breckenridge County Poultry Show, brought out one of the best exhibits of corn ever collected in Breckenridge county Owing to the tobacco season, allien kept the farmers at home, the entries and attendance were not as large as the promoters had reason to expect or as it deserved. The following is a list of exhibitors: Tice Hendrick, jr , Hardinsburg; A. N. Sklllman & San, Hardinsburg; Wm. Hendrick, jr., Columbus Davis, Hardinsburg; Irvv Lee Compton, Isaiah Compton. Garfield; Ben H. Miller, Kirk; Pad Miller, Eli Pile, Harned; John O'Reily. Jas. II. Dgwell, G. G. Hendrick. Thomas Elder, Silas Miller, Hardinsburg; 13. W. Tucker, Harned; A. T. Beard, H. M. Beard, T. B. Beard, Hardinsburg; Frank Carter, Harned; Jesse K. Eskrldge, Austin Armes and R. Z. Hook, Hardinsburg. Professor Hendriek, of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, was here and judged the corn. Premiums were awarded as follows: First prize ot $13.00, T. B. Ueard; second prize of $10.00, Wm. Hendrick, From The L, H. & St. L. R'y Co. Tidings of Good Cheer Sent Up and Down the Road Christmas at St. Joseph's Lucien J. Irwin Mr. L III HUE'S RUN at Infirmary J Irvin, president of the Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ky. Co., Is ill of stomach trouble at tit. "ilpseph's Infirmary. He has been 111 for about a week and several days ago was removed to the Infirmary from his home, 4I6 Belgrave Court. He is being attended by Dr. Jrwin Able. It Is said he is improving, and that it is not thought an operation will be necessary Louisville Post Big Barge To Be Delivered This Week. The Cloverport Bo.-.-t and Machine Company will deliver this week to the Owensboro Grain Company a $1,500 barge. The barge is 22x100 ana built for the purpose of hauling grain and hay. Miss Katherine Moorman will spend Christmas at St. Joseph's Infirmary, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Elder, of Logans where she underwent an operation on port, Ind, are guests of F. L. Walker. Saturday. The many friends of Miss Rev. W. H. Bruner, of Ekron, filled Moorman in Cloverport seriously rehis regular appointment here Sunday. gret her ill nnss and wish her a bright Simons Smart is on the sick list at Christmas. present. Trial December 21. Jim Waggoner was iu Hardinsburg Turner Graham, Jr., who killed last week on business. Miss Gertrude Beavln, of Balltown, Sheriff R. T. McMurtry, was brought from Louisville to Elizabethtown last and Mr. Dennie Miller, of this place, Thursday and was indicted for wilful were married at the home of the bride's murder by a special grand jury. He father. pled not guilty to the charge and was John Hatfield and family have moved placed In jail to await his trial, which from Clifton Mills back to their old was set for Monday, December '11. home near this place. Allen Waggoner has moved to the Jas. E. Chapin farm. EXPLANATION Cotton Seed Meal and Sucrene. lies-to- n The name of "Annie Keys," pub Whitworth & Co., Hardinsburg. lished in the pauper list, is not that of Ask for prices. my daughter. W. KEYS. J. The minstrel given here last Saturday by the school was pronounced a success by all who w!re present. McQuady Milling Co. GARFIELD Buy Now! After January 1st many ot the counties that boast of a richer and better soil than we have BIG SPRING 1 15. Beard will have another show next year and make it an anuual alTalr J. L. Marrls was in Louisville last In the future. Every farmer will do well to compete and take an interest week. In these shows, 'is they will derive Schuyler Martin was in Louisville highly beneficial and Instructive. last week. Mrs. Harry Kemper leaves this week Our local buyers have been quite for Louisville and other points fur the busy buying tobacco for sevoral weeks. winter. C. S, Board has been to Louisville and Mrs. C. B. Witt returns this week reports sales very good, from Jefftjrsontown. Austin Le Grande family are all Cotton Seed Meal and Sucrene. Hes-to- n down with measles, with the exception Whitworth & Co., Hardinsburg. Ask for prices of Mr. Le Grand. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neu" spent SatV. W. Smith was In Hardinsl.urg last urday at Vine Grove. week on business. Mrs. Strother and daughter, .Miss Will Tom Gregory was in Louisville Zelma, will spend the winter with Mr the last part of last week. John Butler and family have moved and Mrs, W. H. Strother at Owensboro. Henry Voght, of Jeffersontown. will to Clifton Mills. Little Mary Louise Moonmin turned return with his sister, Mrs. Witt, for a a bowl of hot soup over her body and visit for a few days. Lamar Frymire will spend the holi arms last Thursday and scalded her Dr. Mathews days with his parents at Ekron. self pulte severely. dressed the burn and reports her as Mrs. Deacon has been down with getting along nicely. rheumatism for seven weeks. We are grieved to hear that Miss Blttie Pile, of Custer, is so very sick. Loves Old Home. Merry Christmas to all. Dear Mr. Habbage: Inclosed please find $1.00, for which mark me up until Will Try It Again December, illiu, as we are always glad Gus Brown, of Hardinsburg, who to hear the news from my old Kentucky to carry his own county in the Home. We do failed not like to miss a single race for Circuit Judge in 1913, says, eopy. Youis truly, through the columns of The Meade MRS. J. E. COUTY, County Messenger, that he will become Rogers, Ark. a candidate for the nomination for the same office in 1915 Eliza bethtowu News From the general office of the Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry. Co. Christmas greetings mid good wishes are conjiiig to hundreds of friends and business associates of the Henderson Route this weok The spirit of the Yuletide folder has spread broadcast. As a result, Uncle Sam is kept busy from morning till night, sending Christmas tidings of good will for the business men and women along the L., II. & St. L. Ry. The most interesting part of the Henderson Route greetings are the official tunics that follow them. Their homes are in Louisville, with one exception. They nre: .. , , L. J. Irwin President. W. L. Mapother Ridgely Chyce Secretary. L. W. Holts Treasurer. J. R. Skillman Attorney. George II. Latnkin Auditor. W. E. Chambers Assistant Genera. Freight Agent 15. M. Womack Ass't General Pas. senger Agent. Sam Stites Roaduiaster. W. R. Heuslcy Trainmaster, F. C. Ferry Master Mechanic, Cloveiv port, Ky. F. I). Ferry Purchasing Agent. E V. Riggs Paymaster. Good News From Pastor. Mr. Babbage: I must tell you about my great meeting I held with my Id noma church, called Hanging Rock, in Grayson county, where I professed religion and was baptized forty four I have years ago, this winter. been absent from there a good many years. I closed a meeting of nineteen days here with about thirty conversions, and on the sixth day of December, baptized thirty-twas a result of the meeting,. I ('id all the work myself as I had no My health is improving all helper. the time. I am now able for service again. This county has improved in every way iu the last twenty years. Leitchfield and Clarksuu are busy towns. The farmers are growing good stock, lots of hay, and plenty tobacco. Enclosed find 2") cents for the News, Do not kuow whether I will stay here longer than three months or not. Yours respectfully, o ELDER J. DUGGINS. Won't Even Try. Prices Same as Last Week o CO CO PRICES HIGHER CO Mr. and Mrs. Richard Penlck were In Garfield Saturday en route to Ir Answers Ad. vlngton and Cloverport to visit their Irvington Pharmacy: children, Messrs. Clarence Penlck and Please send me one jar Peroxide Face Morton Penlck, I saw Cream, price ten cents (10c). Mrs Lucy Haynes Is the guest of your ad. in The Breckenridge News. Messrs. Charles Dowells and Houston Yours truly, Le Grand's families for the holiday. KHEA BOARD, Woodrow, Ky. Warren Macey, from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Is the guest of his father, Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find check for $1.00 for the George Hall has returned to his home News. Just got here. Please excuse We don!t-wa- nt to try to get In Chicago after a visit to friends in paper. along without The Breckenridge News,. and near town. Sam Glasscock has returned to his Best love to all. The Lord bless the people of Cloverport. being home in Irvington HARNED after the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Glasscock, Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Watts entertained the young people of the town Lovingly, J. McQUADY BEST BY 5 PATENT FLOUR TEST Ask your grocer for it or send us the prico advertised last weok and wo will ship it. 00 Freight Paid to Your Station on 400 Pounds or more McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. The Farmers Bank of Hardinsburg Saturday evening. has elected directors for the eusuing Mr. and Mrs. Jim Knott have moved year as follows: A. R. Kincheloe, A. Into the house with Mr. and Mrs. Willis N. Sklllman, Huse Alexander, J. L. Payne. Mattingly, Vic Pile, A. C. Glasscock Hes- Cotton Seed Meal and Sjtcrene. and W S. Ball. ton Whitworth & Co., Hardinsburg Ask for prices. How He Looked. s One summer when William M. Percy Macy made a business trip to wax at his country homo In Wind- Louisville Friday. sor. VC, n farmer who hud followed Master Ted Macy has pneumonia. his political career In the newspapers Miss Joste Glasscock, of Axtol, has for many years wns extremely anxious to see him in the llcsh and drove eight- been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. een miles Into town In order to catch Glasscock. a gllmpso of bis Idol. Elmer and Creel Butler, of Big Senator Evarta 1 that time wns being entertained constantly, dining out Spring, are the guests of their grandalmost every night, and as ho drovo father, W. 0. Butler. Ask for prices,. out of his grounds to an appointment A little girl baby, Helen Virginia, Ira Gray spent several days In Louis one evening tho fanner was lying in has arrived to make her home with ville last week purchasing Christmas wait for him In the road. Tho latter, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Pile at Mook. ielnK the pale, ascetic face and meagoods. Rev. W. R. Oldham and Mrs. Oldner form of the famous statesman, ham are receiving the congratulations Charles Dowell and Miases Mary was disappointed. Haynes and Mary McCoy were Sunday MWU, I declare," he exclaimed, of thtlr friends over the arrival of a "looks aa if he'd always boarded!" guests of Mrs. Houston Le Grand. little boy, W. R., jr. Er-art11 Jeese Macey. Joseph Allen, wife and children arc visiting friends and relatives at Gusto n and Rock Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton and children came from Hardinsburg Sunday to visit Jesse May and family. Miss Esther Mcador, who is attending school at Russelville, Ky., and her sister, Miss Emma Meador, from Hardinsburg High School, were visitors of Miss Anulc Mildred Smith the latter part of last week and were accompanied to their home In Custer Satur day by Miss Auniu Mildred and her brother, Harold Smith. Cotton Seed Meal and Sucrene. Hes- tou Whitworth & Co., Hardinsburg. New Directors Elected. T. LEWIS, Trenton, Ky. Cloverport Shoppers in Louisville Sir. and airs. Horace Newton. air. and Mrs. Fred Newton. Mrs, Weudelkiii and daughter. airs . Frank White. air. and airs. Warficld Collins, airs. Wallaee Skillman. air. and airs. Parr, air. and airs, John Newton, airs . A. 11. Skillman. airs , Harry Hauimaii. airs, Samuel lleavin. air. and airs, Chas. Jackson. Rev, Henry. air. and airs. Win. Arnold. , , Musical at Hardinsburg. The Kingswood Male Quartette 'and Accompanist will givo an entertainment Friday night, December 35, in the city Admission 10c hall at Hardinsburg. and 25c. Do It New Subicribt T4a Letters To Santa. Cleus and go to tight. I nm your littlo first reader this week; I get 100 Anna Lkwis Squires. nnd every Friday. I want a doll cart, n rain eo.tt. a story book, n Moving Picture Machine 1ml I and lots of siood things to eat. Dear Olo Santa I want you to Don't forget my twin sister, baby bring mo a raincoat, rain hat, Virginia, mother and father. and a train, street, car, gun, Et.tzAiiirrn Siikitield, moving picture machine. I also Chicago, III. want sonic lirecrackcrs, . roman . If anu aim candies Dear Old Santa Claus please bring mo some story books. Please bring me a doll, doll I wants oranges, nuts and candies buggy, dress, ring, candy, oranges, to eat. Please do not forget nuts, apples and don't forget to mother and dada. From bring my little brother Willis Euni:st Edward Tatum. something nice Your little girl, Hkoina Whitk. Will Go to Sleep Early Custer, Ky. Dun r Old Santa Wo thought we would write and tell you what In Third Grade We are two we. wimt for Xmas. Dear Santa Claus I am a little littlo girls, three and two yrs. old. boy nine years old nnd in the Wo want two dolls, a little pinuo, thiid grade at school. 1 want you rltfssnr. stove, dishes, r. bed for to bring me a dollar watch, some the dolls, a t.ible, wash pan, dish fruit, nuts and candy, and any- pan and some cundy, oranges, thing you think would please a nuts nnd bananas. Don't forget little boy. Don't forget grandpa our littlo friend Maxino Meyers. and grandma, that lives near Sho. wnnts a doll, oranges, huts Your little girl, and enndy. Come early, wo will Earlini: Mattinm.v, we win be good and go to sleep, Cutter, Ky. cloic for this year. From two girls. little girls "Bishop Hill" .1 w. Remembers the Belgians ..UAKUAIEI.l llllll Marion Louise Black. Dear Santa Claus As it is about time for you to visit me Remembers Santa Last Year again 1 will tell you what I want. I want a rain coat and hat, an ail Dear Santa You were good to gun, a rubber tire hand car, drum, me last Xmas. so I will writo you lots of fireworks, some candy and again nnd nsk you to please bring fruits. Now, Santa, if you think me n big doll with light hair, a this is too much for one little hoy, little suit ca-a little cook stove, I will share part of myXmuwith a doll cart and a blue serge dress. the poor little starving little chil- Please remember the others and dren in Hulgium. I am as ever, my grandparents at McDanicls. your little boy, Your friend, Francis' Emjiktti: IIinskv. COKINK QUKKIINS. frU-nd- candy, raisins, oranges, bananas, Perfect Record nuts" and a littlo ring. I will go gvo years old Dour San til I am to bed early nnn shut, my eyes school; 1 finished my A , bob sled so I can const I enn't think of anything else, but I jiko good things to cat. I havo just had the minslos and cannot, go to school this week. Yes, and I want a train that runs on around track. Your little friend, James Milton Taylor. 1 I A sKy-roci.ci- mo n doll, somo littlo dishes nnd a stove, some candy, nuts, bananas, nnd please dont' forget Hillio ana Thomas Lamar. Flora Paulink Ryan, Mattingly, Ky. Wants a Doll I am n littlo girl thrco yenrs old. I would liko for you to bring Little Boy Writes. Dear Old Santa I am a little boy seven years old, and would liko to let you know what I want for Christmas. I want a pair of shoes, a now suit, and somo toys, and plenty of fruits, candy ana nuis. ricnso go 10 otopnenspon nnd seo Aunt Cindn and Undo Rjland. Pleaso bring my tcachor, Miss .Julia Wroo, something nice; bring mama, papn and brother something. Your littlo friend, Hakold Conn Kennedy, uiovorport, .y. ''M i Bcw-leyvill- e. t. . thought I boy four years old. would write you a letter to tell you to bring mo lots of nice, toys for Christmas. I want a littlo train, n gun that shoots u stopper, a little horse and wagon, some caps for my pistol, somo candy, fruit and shooting crackers. I will go to bed early and shut my eyes tight, l'our littlo boy, Walter Owen Hlack. 1 write and tell you to bo suro and come, although you have never, I have ordered me never failed a large, stocking already filled. Will y 11 pica-- ' srop ut the post-oflic- e' Now carry nnd ca for 11 it careful; it has a doll, teddy bear, paints, books and a "Jack in the B.x." Ah, my Santa, bo careful with it, thero arc so many other things in it You will please 1 c. well, jiisc anything good Girl Wants Wagon. to cat. Now, don't forget inc. I Dear Santa Claus I want you am a little girl six years old and to bring me a doll and doll bed, live on roire .'J and a little wagon. Please bring Maikiui:i;t Li:aii Frank, my brother, Richard, a biuycle llardinsburg, Ky. ' and a ball. nanas bring w ,i,id'es. oranges, ba- Marcret Pkxick, Carpenter. t, Garfield, Ky. ' Dear Santa Claus I am a littlo boy nine years old: I go to school every day; I love my teacher and try to obey her the best I can. Her naine is M ss Lilah H Hawkins. I am going to study hard and be a doctor like Dr. Punish. Santa, please bring me an air gun, a knife, caps for my pistol, a rub bcr ball, story book and a new Wants Lot of Toys suit of clothes, a pair of shoes and Dear Old Santa As it is get- an overcoat. Don't forget to bring I ting near Xmas 1 thought I would my teacher something nice. let you know vhnt I want. I will be a good boy, please don't want a pair of gum boots, wagon, forget to come. Your little boy, Millard IIaynes, lots of toys and fruit. Now, Stephensport, Ky. Santa, don't form' my teacher: her name is Mis- - Wroe Please Wants Air Gun go to Mr. and Mrs. Plane's hou-u- : they live out in the country from I wish to thank you for what Stephensport. I am seven ears you brought me on last Christold and live in Cloverport, so mas and hope you will bring good-byto Santa, me something nice this tune. Russi:i. McCoy.Please bring me a gun, a track for mv engine to run on,.a pair of Wants Indian Suit all kinds of candies Deal Santa Clau.--. I am a little and lots of fireworks; and remem boy live yeui- - old. I would like ber my little 11. phew, Lindsay to have an Indian nit, a pair of H. Kdwards, at Falls of Hough. Your little friend, roller skate-i- , a cap pistol, a gun WlLLARD T. WllOllKRY, with a stopper in it, a billoon Tarfork, Ky. and omc candy. -Fi.i-.tciik- Little Boy Wants Doll Dear Santn I am a little boy four years old and I thought I would write vou and tel you what P!ea-- c 1 want for Xmas bring me a doll, a little wairon and omo a, b, o blocks, also ome candy nnd bananas. He sine nnd come Davis, HoitKiii lrviiigton, Ky. Wilfie Good Little Dear Santa Claus I am a littlo boy four years old. I want you a work to bring mo a toot clie-bench and lots of fireworks. I also want lots of candy, nuts and fruit. Your littlo boy, Mauion ClavRoff, Clovcrport, Ky. Wants Bracelet. Dear Santa I am a littlo girl eight years old. I go to .school everyday. Please, dear banta, bring mo somo candy, oranges, bananas, roman candles, a doll bed, and buggy with do'l in it. Also bring mo some mixed nuts. a ring and bracelet. I am, vour litt'e girl, Amy Have Christmas Tree Dear Santa Claus: Christmas will soon be hure. I thought I writs to you. We aro aiming to have a Christmas tree at aunt Flora's, aunt Ruby's or here. Please bring the things for all of You us, wherever the tree is. have always been real good to me. Just bring u- - all what you want to. Your little giil, Mai:y Hyan, Mattingly, Ky. Wants Doll Cart Dear Santa Clau.-.- I tun a nico littlo girl only eight years old nnd ns Christmas is drawing near I wish you bring mo a nico doll cart, a sled, a new onnt and lots of nice candies and nuts. And please don't forget, mama and papa. Your little friend, : Live in Evansville Dear Santa Claus: Will you ploaso bring me a doll and doU buggy, somo a, b, c blocks, somo can4y, oranges, baiinnas and raisins. I nm u littlo girl, three years old and I trying to bo a good good girl. Now, don't forget my sister and bring her something nice, for she is sick and can'c go to school. Wo live at 809 Sixth Remember Her Teacher. avenue, Evansville, Ind,, now, so Dear Santa As it is getting I hope you can find us. Please don't forget grandpa; ho lives near Christmas'l thought I would "A Your let you know what I want. I near Cloverport. Good-bye- . want a now raincoat and a nico Bbui.au Tinius. little girl, umbrella. Santa don't forget ray teacher, her name is Miss CowWants Good Books herd. I nm ten years old and go Dear Santa: I nm a little girl to school every day. Pleaso retwelve years old and 1 will tell member both of my grandfathers you what I want for Christinas. and grandmas and the boys. I Please bring me a doll, somo good am going to hang up my stocking books to read, a set of vases, somo early. Tho largest pair is mine. hair ribbon and candy, oranges, So good bye. bananas and cocoanuts; and don't VmoiNiA McCoy, From forget my little friends Cloverport, Ky. your little girl, Lucy McGoveiin, Dear Santa Claus. Free, Ky. I would like to havo a horn. Ford, sled, desk, drum, fiddle,''. Wants Air Ship Hag, a little lamp, a watch, a Dear Old Santn: Please remem- coaster, and steam engine. Also ... ber me this Christmas. 1 ,11111 a little boy eight years old. I would oranges and bananas. Good bys. "l like Ints'of good things, but I will LEROY HOIIERT lVISSAM, bo pleased with what you leave Somerset, Ky. me. I want a train, a track for it to run on, an air ship, pair of Santa Reads News. skates, a story book with lots of Dear Santa Claus I know that funny stories in it and lots of good you always read Tho Breckon-ridg- o things to cat News, so I will send my letFRANKLIN SlIKF.KAN, ter to tho News. I live in a red McQuady, Ky. 11111 1 Wants Plenty to Eat. Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl six years old. I want a doll with hair, a bracelet, a nice warm hood of blue and white, and lots of things to eat. I have a little brother, who wants a little rod wagon with two wheels, and a little hair brush. Iuene G. Saiili, Hardinsburg, Ky. Dear Santa Claus f am a little girl seven years old. I go to schoil and am in the second reader. I will toll you what I want. Please bring mo a big doll, a toy piano, a cradle for my doll and a rocking cliair. Do Lillian Paulky. Ky. I would liko to have a doll buggy and a pair ot overshoes. I go to school every day. My teacher's name is Miss Ova Enoch. Plense don't forget mv littlo friends nt Stephensport, Ky. J'l Your littlo girl, 1 Wilson Stonk, e - over-shoe- s, Dear Santa Claus: Do you think it is too early for a littlo boy to Ordered Stocking Filled i toll you what he. wants you to Dear Santn I thought I would' bring him? Please bring me a Kirk, Ky. Had the Measles not forget candy, oranges and cocoanuts. From your friend, Bridget McGoveiin. ' Lucille Kissam, Somerset, Ky. -- A Christmas Letter Greatly Appre- WlI.UAM BoUTCIIKR, Lewisport, Ky. Little Musician Dear Santa Claus I want you to biing me a raincoat, hat, kid gloves, set of furs, games, some good books to read, a doll, doll drcs coat and cap, a cradle and a little chair for 1113 doll. I also want a music case, some music, orangey nuts and things to eat. Jim Dandy Doll. Dear Old Santa I am a little boy three years old and want you to bring me an auto, a ball, a 'Jim Dandy" boy doll and a littlo Please bring littlo red wagon. sister a doll and a rattle, also sonic nice things ta cat. I will try to bo good. 1 our little boy, Maurice Quiooins. ciated by the Business Men of Cloverport Route to ono of our local merchants, bearing tho signature of Mr. II. M. Hohon, Agent, is most commendable of a public service corporation that endeavors to bo courteous and obliging to its patrons. Tho reputation and success of a railroad company is dependent in a largo measure on the attitude of its employes toward the public. Frionds and satisfied patrons are made by courteous treatment. Every patron who is courteously served by a railroad cmployo becomes a walking advertisement for tho company's service and is of incalculable benefit to tho company. Thoro is probably no other lino of railroad on which so much courtesy is shown us on tho Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Railway; at least that is tho way many of its patrons feol. People are human and like to be tieated sourteously. Putrons of tho railroads aro no oxcoption. Mr. Hohon's letter follows: ACIIIilSTMAS LETTER from the Cloverport office of Please don't forget mother and From Mae Tatum. daddy. Traveling Some? Dear Santa I am writing to tell you what I want for Xmas. I want a wiiting desk, a baby doll and some long dresses for it, a trunk and a suit case. I o want a pair of kid gloves, nil kinds of fruit and nuts, lour little friend, Nannie M. Ham.. al-- For Santa to Decide Dear Santa Claus I am a little boy six years old; as Christmas is nearly hero I will tel! you what l waul. I want a drum, an air gun, n littlo toy wagon, noma pistol cans and anything else that you think a littlo boy would like. I in the second go to school and grade. Please bring mo candies, oranges, bananas and fireworks. Don't forget mv schoolmates. Good-byYour littlo friend, 11111 firecrackers for Xmas, My littlo brother Donald is sick, please bring him .something nice. My Paclini: Anthony, two big brothers want a roal gun Kirk, Ky. Dear Mr. lLibbau; Will you please to hunt with and don't forget me tMe near old News put mv letter baby sister. I guess she will want Mother loves to reml il so well. Good a doll and some candy. I will bo a good bov and go to bed early; m, dear bantu, don t forget us. Lives in New House Irom your little boy, Dear Santa Claus I am a littlo W.m. Asinnr Path. girl six voars old. I live ono mile from llardinsburg on the Wants Shooting Crackers road, in, a new house. I Dear Old Santa: I am a little want you to bring mo some nice 111 Wants Letter Printed Dear Santa C:aus I am a goov little girl nine years old. I love to go to school and I love my toucher and love my teacher. I want you to biing m. a doll, some candy, nuts and oranges. I bo lieyo this is all. To dear Santa Claus, from your loving friend, 1 ALOUS liI.ACK. Addison, Ky. Little Sister Wants Doll Will you Wear bantu Linus please bring me a new pair of shoes, a wagon, toy gun and some We Cloverport, Kentucky, Dec. 21, 1914. are not willing that the Christmas season should pas3 without an expsession of our good will, and so we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. It is an old greeting, but no less cordial than when first used. We want you to know and feel the fellowship that prompts U3 in this expression of our hearty appreciation of all the favors extended this Company during the year now ending. We are grateful for thi3 trust you have placed in us and we want to express it, not only in words, but in striving to serve you better during the coming year. I trust that during the year about to begin be of it will be our frequent good fortune to period service to you and that you will find it a of unprecedented prosperity. Very sincely, (Signed) H. M. BEHEN, Agent. Her Sister Eats Too Dcnr Santa Claus: I htn a littlo Will you girl five years old please bring 1110 a nico big doll with a hat on and white slippers. I also want a buggy for my doll, a set of littlo dishes and somo nico things to cat. I havo a littlo sister two years old; she wants a doll that will talk. Her name is Lucille and sho can eat all kinds Wants Barlow Knife. of fruit too. Dear Santa Claus I am a little" Mary R. Siif.ekan, boy eight years old. I go to McQuady, Ky. school when I can, and help my, mother when I am at home. L want you to bring mo a barlow Wants New Pair Shoes. knife, some crackers, roman canDear Santa Claus I am a little dles, all kinds of candies, nuts girl eight years old, and in the and raisins. I have a little second grade. I want a doll and brother three months old; don't trunk, a bed, tablo, a new pair of forget him; bring him a rattler shoes, a dross, candy and nuts. with rubber on it. Don't forget Please don't forget mother, sister mother and dady. Your littlo boy, and brother, and littlo Sarah Dix. Good bye. From , Waller McGary, McQuady, Ky. Sallie Bell, Stephensport, Ky. Wants Fireworks Hello, Dear Santa Claus! Dear Santa Claus I will tell you what I would like you to As Christmas is drawing near I will now writo to you. I am a bring me Xmas. Please bring me littlo boy eight years of ago, and I a picture book, knifo, crayons, am in tho second grade. I would roman candles, firecrackers, candy, 1 like a story book, an airgun, a nuts and raisins. 1 nm eight yrs. , wagon with ponies in it, a pair of old and nm in tho second rendor. gloves, fireworks, all kinds of I will shut my eyes tight and not; j Ploaso look. Bo sure, and como nuts, candies nnd fruits. From Llwellyn W. Payne, bring mama, papa and my littlo Irvington. brothers all something. Continued on page 1 littlo friend, From your Eveuktt L. Black, Addison, Ky. sis-to- rs Wants Dog That Barks. Denr Snnta I am a littlo boy1" I will tell you three years old. what I want for Christmas. Please bring me an automobile, rocky-'- " horso. a dog that can bark, some candy, oranges and bananas. And ,;1 don't forget papa, mama, my and brother. ' From your little friend. William McGoveiin. Expects Santa Christmas Eve. Dear Santa I want you to bring 1110 a doll, n dressor, some doll clothes, nico candy and fruit. I hope you will not fail to como to tho Christmas shop on ChristIt will be at mas Evo night. . Stalliuan & Brown's hall. Your little friend, ft I I THE LAST MINUTE You always think of Anotherl Mary Rutii Stallman, The Breckenridge News ' will bo just tho gift for him. A boautiful Christmas card, is seat announcing that vo havo advanced the subscription for him. and Chonault,- - Ky. WiRrJWTir'SWriR Troe Christmas Found In Every Stocking 111 I 1 aH a aL Gifts of Silverware Nothing more acceptable can be offered than attractive silverware, combining good tatte with a duality of endurance which assures lifelong service. Such characteristics make Ii 1 H MPAlkl O CAM Louisville, Kentucky W iiiiH of those whom Scots, ASTOIt world Is atopatrimony,the of two old liiiiiilnniiit.s 111 the talghhindH ot Argentina wlio had left the old world for the new so low? ugo tlni I they IiiiiI nlinust forgotten their nutlve tongue. Uut one Christmas eve. wheu tho shrill wind blew about their windows mill a silver veil about the moon held u threat of snow to come, they slipped buck Into the language of the laud of their birth und beguu to put Into words those endearing thoughts which In nil countries are prefaced with "Do you remember?" Thus they recollected the day. when her hair was HUe spun tlax mid he was n notnble wrestler; the day when they were married; the days before tho Orst of their children wns born the children who now had sought fur distant homes of thill own "And do you remember." said she. "how In the old land put out uiy shoes oue Christmas evo to see what Inch the fairies would He remembered, bring me?" and for they were growing sleepy, these old people there was n long silence. "1 have the shoes still," said she. And out of some drawer she brought the wooden shoes that she had worn on the Christmas eve wheu they were betrothed. "Shall we put them "What's out ngnln?" she whispered. ?" said he. "Perhaps It might bring back who knows?" urged the old woman. And so before be raked oat the embers she opened the door cautiously and set the two little shoes And when on the threshold. the old people woke next morning be went half expectantly to the door and presently returned rather ruefully. "Look!" said he. "Here's all the luck fue shoes were we've got" filled with snow, But that was not forgetfulness of fortune. Tho gift that came to the old people had reached them the night be fore, and presently you will guess what It was. Their case is the case of all of us the young, the middle aged, the old. We each of us put oat our shoes, hang up our stockings, expectant of the flfrnresonts Santa Claus will bring and V$Sftr:tful of the truth of experience that we are more likely to receive the gifts we deserve than the gifts wo expect. That Is not so, should not bo so, Is told by onu 1 tlie-uso- 1847 ROGERS BROS! 334 West Market Street this renowned wave most desirable for gifts. To-da- y trade mark assures the purchaser not only of securing the original brand of Rogers, but the heaviest grade plate guaranteed by the makers to give absolute ' satisfaction. ROGERS BROS. remarkable durability of $ The Silver has won it the popular title Our General Stock-Reduci- ng Sale find it desirable to as far as possible the "Silver Plate that Wears" Knirei, forks, spoons and fancy setting pieces may iua.iiuJ ! n i wr s.m i . .I!jtt. . trrf f.m-- Mm. simple and chaste. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send (of catalogue "CL, ' showing all patterns. SILVER CO. INTERNATIONAL La Successor to Meriden Britannia Co. Beginning Dec. 28 Continuing a Week! With the close of the holiday season each year, we institute a general sale for the purpose of reducing quantity of stock on hand. Since an inventory of goods on shelves is taken shortly after New Year an effort is always made by our department managers to have the amount of merchandise on hand appear at the very lowest. So as soon as the Christmas rush is over, there is a tremendous drop in prices, with the object of making a rapid disposition of the goods. Consequently, if one is in need of any of the hundred useful articles with which a store of this size abounds SALE Ki IT, MERIDEN, CONN. OLD 8ANTA CLAUS. llrecUonr II. 10. 1'r ii'S iot t (Author Unknown. I Old Santa Claus ant nil nlone In his With his les crossed over Ills knee, Whllo a comical look peeped out at his eyes. For a funny fellow Is he. Ills queer little cap was tumbled and torn. And his wig wns all awry. But he sat and mused the whole day lone. While the hours went Hying by. He had been ns busy as busy could In Ailing his pack with toys. He had gathered his nuts and baked his pies To give to the girls and boys. There were dolls for the girls and whips for the boys. With wheelbarrows, horses and drays. And bureaus and trunks for dolly's new clothes. All these In' his pack he displays. too, both twisted and striped. He had furnished a plentiful store, While raisins and Hgs and prunes and grapes Hung up on a peg by the door. "I am almost ready." quoth he, quoth he, "And Christmas Is almost here. But one thing more I must write them a book And give to each one this year." Of candy, So he clapped his specs to his little round nose. And, seizing the stump ot a pen. He wrote more lines in one little bo den icu I ii .rt. ntuckv I ! IVfariy ' viiiito .Ailn.'i. Pillint Equity No. Rare Bargains left-ove- Matllr Baruitr. i tc . Defend'! J 3620 Uy virtue ot ;i juuguient ;u a uraer ot Sale ot Urcckr iiriace'Jn cult Court rendered at October term thereof. 1914, In the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter aescrmeu rem esuie and all costs therein, shall proceed to offer lor sale at the Court House auor in U&rdlnsburg. lu the highest oidder, at Public Auction, un Monday, tho 28th day ol December, 1914, at. one o'clock p. ni , or thereabout (being county coutt day), upon a credit of six mouths, the rjiiottine describee prop erty, to wit: Tract No. 1, lvlnc and belnc Breckenridge county, Kentucky, and bounded and described as follows HeflDniuy at Dr J U Frymire's cor ner, thence S. bi V 7o poles to stake on the east aide of the Union Sta road, thence with said road N. 39 E 80 poles to the forks of the road at Frjmire, thence S 36 K 31 poles to the beginning, containing 7 acres more 1 ii.nii are to be obtained. Therefore it behooves you to take a train to Louisville, with J. Bacon & Sons as your objective point. You will find that all the goods offered at this sale are neither more nor less than our rs regular stock and are not clean-up- s, or other undesirable merchandise. So come in on the first day if possible and lay in a supply of high-grad- e staple household goods, of the kind that are indispensible. You will find Warm, Heavy Blankets, Soft Comforts, Good Table Cloths, Handsome Floor Coverings, Dependable Furniture, Strong, Sturdy Chairs, Women's Suits and Coats from the center of fashion, notions that are and a world needed every minute, Kitchenware and of others too many to mention. house-furnishin- gs or Aijjtbo l' V . Pimm DUtlCU3 UMUa cynic regulation for them, and In the hospitals let us hope that tho thrill uas morn makes tho dwellers s forgetful for n moment of the trouble which has brought them there. Indeed. It does, and even If you filled their; shoes with suow they would find a welcVne for It "It's cold and slushy outsldvV said a visitor to a little girl at the hospital. "You're warmer "Ah. but." said she. "J here." like the snow: I'd like to sec It Nowhere, Indeed, Is the down." coming of Santa Claus so flrraly believed In as It Is In the children's wards of the great hospitals, for there is among the poor n simplicity of faith which tends to get worn thin under circumstances when the round of happiness Is more easily attainable. 1.1. 1. Willi llil-- IUUU1UU. hour Than you ever could read In ten. He told them stories, all pretty and new, And wrote them all out In rime. Then packed them away with his box of toys To distribute one at a time. And Christmas eve when all were i in bed night down the chimney he flew. And, stretching tho stocking leg out at the top. He clapped In a book for you. less. Second tract: Beginning at a Mom: on the west hide of the linodelia load, running thence S .r7i W. l26 poles to a stone corner 10 trie dower tract: thence N. 35 F. pole 10 a white oak stump, on the siae of branch; thence with said branch W. i0.2 poles to a sugar tree stump on th bank of Yellow Bank creek; thence with thu meanders of said creek 34 pole;, to a hickory slump, Joe Koblnsun'x cornei: thence with Ins line N. ''i K iV pales to a post on the roao; thence with said roan K III poles to the beginnit.g, S. 30 containing 2S acres more or less. The tract set apart by the said coin missloner to the widow as her home stead Is described as follows: Begin ning at the forks of the Union Star and Khudelia roads, running thence with the Union Star road S 39 W. SO poles to a stake; thence S 53 W. 211 poles to a stone on the bank near where said road crosses Yellow Hack creek; thence N. 35 W. li'.l poles to a stone S poies S. 35 K from a white oak stump by a 12 If You 11 Can V Come hi Person Send us Your Mail Orders Railroad Fares Refunded in Cash cionDc HOE HOI 3on llcznoplfol MAMMOUTH BRONZE TURKEYS! $5.00 for one Young Gobbler; $8.00 per pair; $11.00 for trio; young gobbler weighs 25 pounds. Fine Plymouth Rock Cockerels $1.00 Each For further particulars write to Content perhaps that's the thing, better than the cracker surprise, better than the llrst prize ut the club, but content is the hardest gift for the fairies to bring. You bear of It in stories. Even in the story of tho Princess Clemn entina, who loved the Chevalier and knew It when he carried her over the snowy stream, we are given to understand that the lovers were solaced in their parting because they parted for duty's sake. But the princess, we know, died in a convent, and her true lover died a lonely man, for his princess never came riding into the city of his dreams. But perhaps be had something Instead of content, something which dies only with life itself. It Is that which the old people found In the shoes. You will uow have guessed what It was, and we wish you all no better gift, for the snow was Wo-ga- Doan'tt Regulels are recommended by many who say Ihey operate easily, without griping and without bad after effects. 2oc at all drug stores. Cruising Off Aleutian Islands. Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 30. That throe German cruisers which had been operating off tho coast of South America had changed their base to the Aleutian Islands and were patrolling the trado route between Pusct sound ana the Orient was tho report brought by tho Japanese liner Tacoma Marti, In port from Yokohama. Mrs. McClain's Experience With Croup. nope. "When my boy, Ray, was small he was subject to croup, and I wns always alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy proved far better than any other for this trouble. It always relieved him quickly. I am never withMARION WKATI1ERHOL.T, By out it In the house for I know it is a Assignor positive cure for croup," writes Mrs. t Cloveroort. Ky.. Dec. 14, 1914. W. R. McClaln, Hlairsvllle, Ia. For The Citv Commissioner of Terrell, sale by all dealers. Father Foots the Bill. Texas, a former Greenville citizen, Father (having Just accepted elgur writes: Question of Direction. frnm soni And what do you pay for April 0, 1914. "When 1 started out In life," said these? Son Two for n quarter. Fu saying for publi"I take pleasure in And I content myself Mr. Dustln Stas, "I was full of Ideal ther-Wcation that by the use of you I was determined that with two for a dime! Son-W- ell, lstic theories. I have been cured of a disease which is I would never tnUo an unfair advant rtnrt. our cases are different If correctly described by the recognized ago of any man." I had as largo a family us you to sup symptoms of Biliousness, Stomach and "But you bad to sacrifice some ot port I shouldn't smoke nt all. Boston Liver Trouble, Constipation apd result- your ideals," suggested Miss Cayenne. Transcript "Oh, yes. A man must bo practical, ing complications, and commend its I bavo reached a point you know. use to all like sufferers' for where I can afford to be Indifferent to A household remedy in America George H. Jackson. I began at the bottom and 21 years Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil criticism. L. E. Griffith. Witness. For cutu, sprains, burns, scalds, bruise?. my way up." Mr. Jackson, like hundreds of others, worked "Perhaps. But are you suro you 2sc and 50c. At all drug stores. has discovered the beneficial result of didn't begin at the top and slide uownT the wonderful vegetable Washington Star. Abrasion of Coins. Harmless, safe for any Liver Tonic. mpm wnste caused by coins nib child; has no Injurious blng one against another the civilized Pleasant to take; no Carts 014 lor::, Ottw Itneilit Wta't Ctrl world. It Is said, loses one and like calomel. The worn cae, no matter of how long Handing, nausea. tons of gold and eighty-eigh- t are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. It relieves Take regular and keep well. 50c and Porter's Antiseptic Ilcalinc OIL 26c, trOc, 1L0Q, tons of silver annually. at the same time. $1 at druggists or from Lebanon Co Palo sod licsls Pays to advertise in The Operative Medfcine Company, Lebanon, Now is the time to subscribe Ireckenridge News. Tenn. Kincheloo's Pharmacy. Another Cured LIV-VER-L- branch; t.ience with the division line N U7i E 120 poles to a stone on tho 30C Rhuaelia road: thence with said road s. lfVi E. 41 poles to the beginning, containing 4S acres more or less The purchaser, with approved surety 'S SALE. or securities, must execute bond, bear ing legal Interest trom tne day 01 aie until paid, and having the force and Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. effect of a Keulevin bond lien retalutd Hank of Hnnlinsburj,' & Trust to secure payment of purchase money. Equity Co., Assignee, I'laintiff Bidders will be prepared to comply No. Against promptly with thoe terms. K. 3G33 J. I). Mendor ami Harry LEE WALLS. Commissioner. I j Meador, Defendant. CARRIE L. DOWELL, Deputy. Hv virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of llreckiuridge Circuit Court, renPiles Cured in 6 to 14 Days dered at October Term thereof, 191.1, in Your druralst will refund money If PAZO cau.se, for the sunt of ($ (oo.oo) OINTMENT lalls to cure any case of Itching, the above Blind. Bleedlnir or rrotnidlnK riles in 6 to 14 days, Vour Hundred Dollars, with interest at application gives Ease and Rest 50c. the rate of 6 per cent per annum from The first the 8th day of February, 1913, until paid, and all costs herein, I shall proNOTICE ceed to otTer for sale at the All person having claims against the door in Haidiusburg, to the highest bid ic Auction, on estate of V. J. Worden, assigned, will iler. at lubDecember, 1914, at Monday, tho j one o'clock day ol present same, properly proven accord 28thm., or thereabout toeing Loumy p. undersigned assignor, Court day), upon a credit of Six and ing to law, to the on or before January 16, 1915. All per Tweive mouths, the following described A certain tract of land sons knowing themselves Indebted to property, State of Kencome for lying and being in thellreckiuridge and the said Worden will please tucky, and Counties of acres, and ward and settle. Hardin, containing about I Court-House t: i6-4- MRS. THOS. BEARD, 30I :: Hardinsburo, Ky. 3on D CZ30C) o Dr. R. P. Kunneck Veterinary Surgeon 01;lfIC15 TRI5NT & WALLS I.IVURY STABLI5 PUKPAU KD SPECIAL TO Tit EAT ALL TO ANIMAL DISEASES. ATTENTION GIVEN CALLS AT ALL HOURS. DR. R. P. KUNNECK, V. M. D. IIARDINSBURO, KENTUCKY News Want Ads. are Little Winners hntl alter-effec- ts one-quart- bounded as follows: Beginning nt a stone, in the llig Spring and Custer road, (about one-hamile of llig Spring) corner to the land of the J. D. Strother heirs; thence S 24 V. 124 poles, to a Hat rock in the line of 15. II. Miles, (now C C. Martin) thence S. 71 K. ltfii poles to a stake; thence N. 25 degrees 30 minutes, 15. I24J poles to a stone, also to the aforesaid Strother land; thence N. 70 140 poles to the beginning, und is the said land conveyed to the defendant, J. D. Meador, by deeil dated that 1910, and re4U1 day of November, County corded in the llreckiuridge Clerk's Office, in Deed Hook No 60, to produce page 493, or sufficient thereof the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Lien retained to secure payBidders will ment of purchase money, be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost lf WE INVITE YOU to call and inspect our Vault and safety Deposit Boxes, also our'methods of protecting you against any unauthorized person obtaining entrance to them. Fire is started by infinitesimal causes, and it may break out in your home and you may suffer a loss which no amount of insurance can replace. BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. FIRST STATE BANK, J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier l495-3- I.HI5 WALLS, Commissioner. CARRI15 L. DOWKLL, Deputy. Try a want ad. Today ADVERTISE NOW GOOD WILL AMONG BUSINESS MEN. Nono of us down this way can get rich. No matter how hard , JNO. 0. BAUBAOL-- Editor and Publisher wo work, how much wo eavo of our enrnincs, not one has a promise of boing a millionaire. There is ono thing though wo all mey nttain iHrtutrt (ivory Wcdnosduj . and that is good will toward our follow man. Somo times it is about as hard as getting rich, because it takes continuous effort. Ono has CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1914 to bo strong in heart and mind and body to keep up a good will. This is tho season when expressions of kindly feeling arc opportuno nmong business men. Many firms havo already sent out attractive cards and Christmas greetings. Thoy arc worth while and stimulate men to follow their meaning through tho days that arc to follow. HUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for ench ndditiorml Good will at Christmas, is a grand and glorious hope for good will insortion. during tho whole Now Year. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, STPS n IS'' urn r EIGHT PAGES. per lino. ADVERTISING ONLY HELPS TO SELL. OBITUARIES charged for nt tho rate of 5 cents per lino, money Advertising is not intended to nvtko actual sales. Advertising in advance. Advertising helps to get you trade, is only an aid in soiling goods. Examine tho labol on your paper. If it is not correct please friends, and creates an interest in your store. You cannot advortiso notify us. today and open tho envelopes and tako tho monoy out tomorrow. You must not expect immediate returns. An order is often tho re sult of an ad read last year, something eomobody said or a favorablo impression a person h is of your store. Theso things working to gether get business. Build Up Your Store! Cite firelight is ihc sunshine Have tho Best Storo Che trees kudu Itmj itijn In Town Advertising Will Help You lwhcjt biases tfitlc Imj 10 cents I m I vuit the I ,Auit the sparks fig tit atth tx& 1 JUthuitiih gitit ittau be far ahtau (Lnijetherhte'll keep (hnshmts Just a letter for Christinas makes a mother's heart supremely happy. If tho men and women away from homo, who have grown careless about writing, could understand how their parents long to hear from them, surely the would not fail to write. Just a lino of ovo for Christmas! Tho Loose Leaf Tobacco House put. several thousand dollars of money in circulation for Christmas shoppers. It's a homo enterprise, and ovorybody in tho county should give it a a boon to the boost. fia-mer- The one way to keep the sun of prosperity always shining on you is to always have MONEY IN OUR BANK. Too many make the mistake of saving for a while, then investing in some deal and LOSING all they have. They then also lose their GOURAGE. No one can ever make a mistake by PILING UP money in the bank and constantly making his balance bigger. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. ' Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Mrs. G. O. Bailey left Thursday for Schuyler. Va., for her annual visit with her pareuts. Miss Elsie Hickerson and her friend, Mrs. G. L. Brady and daughter, Miss Fred Bargel, utter spending several . das with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. M. Shell-maJtisie, were in Louisville Friday havt- - returned to their home in Louisville. Junius Foote has returned to his c. John T. Hatfield and family, who home at Lebanon Junction, after being the guest of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. farmed near Lodiburg last summer, have moved back to their old home. P. W. Foote. Miss Rheueima Dowell is at home Wilson has sold his blacksmith Paul with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. shop to K. S. Garner. Dowell, at Union Star. D. W. Henry was in town last week. For your Christmas fruits, oranges, Mrs. W. M. Holt was in Louisville bananas, figs, grapes, raisins, cocoa-nutone day last week. THE MISSION TO LEPERS. cranberries English walnuts and Lud Adkisson. of Paynesville, passed mixed nuts go to R. A. Shellraan's. good work that is going on outside Little can we conceive of the Thursday en route and look far be- through town last Pastor W. C. Hoffman, assisted by our own immediate circle unle.--s we stand on tip-toto Hardinsburg. Rev. Beatty, aro conducting a series of yond! The Mission To Lepers, which has established station-an- d Mr. and Mrs, G. T. Marshall gave n asylums for the cure of lepers and their children, is doing a marvelous birthday dinner Thursday for their son, meetings at the M. E. Church. Mrs. E. A. Smith and Mrs. C. W. This organization, international and interdenominational, A. O. Marshall. work. Waggoner are on the sick list. was founded in 1871. Its home ollice is in Loudon, and the commit Mr. L. 12. Henderson had a severe Mrs. W. J. Schopp spent several days live in different countries, including tho United attack with his heart last week. tcean.l in Louisville last week, States and Canada. The mission looks to tho Christian people all Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Thomas have reA. C. McKaughan, of Cloverport, over tho world for service and financial aid. Beautiful and comfort turned from a visit with relatives and was the guest of his mother, Mrs. friends in Hartford. able homes and asylums arc built with bathing ghats for the lepers. Emma McKaughan, Sunday. and pupils of our The Willie Stephenson, of Magnet, Ind., There are oightywiine station for the 11,550 lepers cared for by this graded teachers are being kept busy school was the guest of his brother, Dr. R I. When the lepers go to theso homes and asylunins their mission. first anof shep-I'ings, ollice-bearcr- ST. L. The reason we, who live on the Henderson Route, have not felt the business set buck, that has been very keen to those in other parts The L., of the States, is that our railroad has not been "hard-up.- " recent business H. & St. L. has been exceptionally busy during the depression. Whilo thirty railroads are now in the receivers' hunds, the Henderson Route has been running at full speed, running more freight trains, continuing to make needed improvements, and never reducing its number of employees. If our railroad had laid oil men, curtailed the buying of supplies, taken oir trains, tabooed improvements, cut dividends, the rich, as well as the poor, would have seriously felt the effect. As tho Hcndciton Route prospers, so all our industries, directly and indirectly dependent on tho railroads, prosper. Our new druggist tells us that the people of Cloverport buy tho best The merchants kind and most expensive class of toilet requisites. have not complained of business, the farmers have sent thousands of pounds of produce to the city. The Murray Rooting Tile plant continues to ship millionsof tile. The Webster Stone Company and theS. W. Davis eru-hat Mystic, have sent car loads of crushed rock over est Point and the Henderson Route. Farther up the road, toward been able to ship their products by Louisville, other industries have the L., II. & St. L. The government has found tho Henderson supplies to its station for the work Route a meat convenience of building the flam at Hoston, Ind. We are thankful that the L., II. it St. Ij lia-- i supplied us thu current that has kept our commerNo complaint cial uiuuhinerv going. It has kept hard times away. no fretting over its freight rate?, no grumbling at its at its Route. passenger service! We are at peace with the Hctider.-o- n with the comEvery optimistic Ihimiic.-.- s man intelligently pany. The merchants, the bankers, the doctors, the newspapers, all give it Untiring upport. And the read generously rewards them. We do not believe our people have ever done too much for the railThink of the homes that it aid- in Rieckenridge county. In road. Wo are glud to say and see fact, fiom Louisville to Evun-villbroad spirit of appreciation of the Henderson Route. May there a prosperity follow it during the whole New Vear;may their employee? give it their best, service; may their friends be loyal; may tho officials bij guided wisely for the common good of all. This is our wish to the Henderson Route for 1915! & er y.-k'ni. THE REASON WE HAVE NOT SUFFERED GREATLY ALONG THE L., II. Those who decided not to give anything this Christmas, aro going to miss a world of joy. Tho stores aro still full of gifts and the last minute is not too late to get something. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. . If you want to get in touch with the Ct ristmas spirit, read tho letters to Santa Claus published in this issue. IRVINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beatty have ar rived here from Lewisport to make this their future home. Mr. Beatty is employed by the L., H. & St. L. Ry. Mrs. Nannie Robertson has returned to her home at Guston, after being the Kuest of her daughter, Mrs. A. D. Ashcratt, and Mr. Ashcraft for several weeks. Miss Eva Carrigan and Mrs. J. M which the remains were laid to rest in Cedar Hill cemetery. Leslie Jones, of Fordsville, spent the week-en- d at the Cain House. The remains of Miss Elizabeth Curd Wathen, who passed away after a brief illness at her home at Bardstown June tion, on December l5, was brought here and interred in the Mt. Merino cemetery Friday, December 18. Miss Wathen was liitle known here, but her father, Richard Wathen, holds a warm place in the hearts of his many old friends, as was evidenced by the attendance at her funeral. She is sur vived by her father, one brother, Wathen, Jr., and one sister, Miss Eula Wathen. Among those who attended the funeral of Miss Wathen were: Mrs. Mary Wathen, Owens-boro- , Miss Ellen Wathen,. Springfield, Miss Hattie Spalding and Mr. Heffman Bubel, Lebanon, Mrs. Wm. Hays, Shelbyville, Miss Birch, Miss Bess and Mr. Geo. Bowmau, of Louisville. Rii-h-ar- Keeping Everlasting at it is what brings success in advertising Marion Weatherholt l General Contractor Cloverport, Ky. Herndon attended the Lewis-Sawiwedding Saturday at Brandenburg. Mrs. L B. Moorman and son, Lewis Bennett, were in Louisville Saturday. Joe I'iggott, Harold Parks and Joe the State University, have arrived to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pigeon, Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Parks and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson. Lewis Herndon, who is attending Bethel Academy, is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herndon, for the Gibson, who are attending holidays. Lumber, Sash, Doors, Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Moulding, Roofing, Brick, Lime, Cement, Laths and Plaster. I Building Hardware Auto and Mill Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fit- tings Machine Oils and Greases Paints, Varnishes, low-dow- Gasoline and Coal Tar STEPHENSPORT Everything goes in my line until January 1st n prices. Give me a call and be at convinced. n, Houses For Sale and Rent i The I Citizens' Loose Leaf Warehouse Company Of VINE GROVE, KY. I High and Active Market The Citizens' Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Company scored High Mark last Thursday when Bernie Piles' four baskets of Tobacco were sold. Leaf brought $16.50$15.75; Trash, $12.50; and Tips, $9.25; 62000 lbs. sold, with only a few rejections. All Farmers are rejoicing at the high prices. Bring us your tobacco and get on the best market. hearts arc wonderfully cheered and they learn of tho Christian faith. nual school exhibit, which will be held This brightens their wretched aspect on life and thoy begin to live in at the school building December 23, Mrs. Kate L. Bennett, of Basin a now atmosphere one of cheerfulness and contentment Learning how many unselfish people so kindly cam foi those poor lepers, Spring, is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. U. Moorman, makes us more truly unsoltish with tho sick and afflicted right in Miss L. B. McGlothlan, of Owens-borour own midst. will spedd the holidays with rela- making preparations their o, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXX $ j Electric Notice A special price is being made throuo-- the Clovemort Ice Co. for Electric Wiring. A house can be lighted for $7.50. h 8 x tives and friends here. W. K. Parks, of Louisville, is with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Parks, for the holidays. The many friends of little Miss Helen Board regret that she has typhoid fever. Miss Maggie Bandy, who has been confined to her bed for several weeks with typhoid fever, is much better. Mrs. II. K. Mlnter, a very highly respected women of this community, died last Wednesday morning of diabe-tiShe is survived by her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Mansom Hicks, of this city, two sisters and one brother. Rev. Bruner, of Ekron, conducted the funeral services at the home, after s. Stephenson, last we:k. Yander Sargent, of Owensboro, is visiting his mother, Mrs. W, B. Gardner. Mrs. Geo. E. Shively attended the funeral of her uncle, Ike Short, in Owensboro," last Thursday. Call and see R. A. Shellman's new line of toilet articles perfumes, toilet water, face and talcum powder, soap, etc. G, A. Payne, who has been operator at the shops in Cloverport, is home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Payne. Mrs. Emily Basham has gone to Louisville to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Gregory. Something Doing. No wonder Christmas U tho one best time of all the year, When all the little cares ot life are nude to disappear. And If there's one reeret It Is the precious Next Sale, THURSDAY, DEC. 24th W. E. CRUTCHER, Mil 1 FOR SALE! One brand new Standard Hornless Talking Machine. Very clear, lound and distinct. Uses 10 in., 4 minute, disc records; machine complete with 48 pieces of music. First one sending $20 gets it. Address A. M. HARDIN, 4-ro- om See Secretary CLOVERPORT ICE CO. 8 moments Uy, Por everything Is lovely when the mistletoe bancs high. -J. J. O'Connell in Philadelphia Ledger. Lodiburg, Ky. Mr, and .Mrs. Owen May, Lexington, g came this week to sec Master Owen May and spend Xtnas WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 1914 Mrs. Henry l'ate and son, Ruther Entered at tlio Post Offllce at CJotcrport, Kj I'nU and grandson, Marion Clay Roff, as second cUm matter. went to Louisville Monday. Kat at the Sanitary Restaurant at THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN "The Knd of the llridgc." ADVERTISING BY THE Mm. W. O. IUIley, of Irvlniiton, went to Lynchburg, V., lust week to vudtjelativud for two months. GENERAL OFFICES Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Williams nre NEW YORK AND' CHICAGO IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES leaving today to spend Christmas at 3RANCHES their home in Grand Rapids, Mich. tJeorge H. Gray, of North Dakota lUTES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMEMS returned lust weuk to be the guest of James Ululr for the winter it Woodrow, For Precinct and city Office f 3.50 Ky. , For County OfflcM $ 6.00 Ytnr Oat. a wl nlal.1,.1 rUT.r.,.. t IK VI J Mrs. Curl Randall Balls, of Athens, Ohio, will ntrive home ChrlMinas niht , i. ii EUI uniiS) i i 1U iiuc to visit her pateols, Mr. and Mrs. R. 10 For Cards, per line O. Willis. For All Publications in the inter-es- t 'r. and Mrs. Hugh Barclay Donald of Individuals or expression of individual views per line lb son, ot lijwllng Utteu, will spenu ChrUtmai with Mr. and Mrs J. C. K Breckenridge News. So,-bi- SPECIAL PRICES For Fruits Candies W Noiis 8c R tS. AdvpftNeri please notify llio rdltor nenjrou wain imvcriiemcni ai.voniiDuru, For Sale nr Trade Rrond Mare SAf.K or irmlo for (tootl milk cow, a iiuiirjr kuuu urinjii imir.T wi'ii iuihi Urrenwell. Clonrport, Ky. COtt and Nuts Oranges, per dozen Bananas, per dozen ... Cocanuts, each, 5c and Figs, per package London Layer Raisins, per lb. Imy nml my ninli for live tr drrsiod TUltKKVH: frcsli runs nr. ft nil ktndi of Poultry. Wrltn or wire uii nt once find nrlcrs on numo. W, l, fpvece, I'leasantvllle, N. .1. We Wish Everybody 25c 20c 10c 1 Dr. Jesse Baucum w. . 10c 5c PHONE No. Dentist Cloverport, 2-- R RKSIDENT Ky. n-i- Anchor Dates, put up in nice 10c pound boxes ..... Candies, per pound, 10c to . 25c All kinds of Nuts, lb. 15c and 20c Scelbach Oyster Crackers, box 05c Office OppoMle 'Je'io's Drue Sure For Dinners, Parties Jarboe, Change of Train Schedule on Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Wood and little daughter, Miss Ruby Kitchen The L, H. & St. L. Effective December 14, No. H2 will ...and... 1914. I)M.r,A. M. 12:10 I'. M. Wood, aie going to Hopkinsville Christmas. for 11:30 A.M. No. U7 will Ifuvc CloviTport , ArrlvlnffOwrrdiHiro. 7:9 A.M. Arriving Henderson ... . 0:00 A.M. will lrnviClovcriirt 4:33p.tn.lnsta.id No. HI of 4:17 us lierrtofores it will moo leuvn lrvlntflon5:5i p. m. Instead of 0:01. Arrivn. li'vr Clovrrt'ott- uin.-viii- i' ri About 7Z Mrs. Kate Ditzenbangh has gone to Louisville to make her home with her sons, Messrs. Louie DiUenbaugh and J. 1. DiUenbaugh. Mrs. Ambio Daniel Williams resigned as operator at the Cumberland tele phone office last Tuesday and was succeeded by Miss Ella Smith. Delicious cakes, pies, fresh bread at the Sanitary Restaurant. Rev. and Mrs. Cottrcll and little daughters, Dorothy and Virginia, will return Saturday from Owensboro, where they will spend Christmas. Dr. E. C. McDonald" and Mrs. went to Louisville last week. Mrs. McDonald spent severnl dasthe guest of Miss Jennie Mabel Harris. J. O. SILLS Fancy Grocer Christmas Stockings I.ct me Hand-mad- e Everywhere a Merry Christmas Open Nights Until Christmas fill your orders. Candies, Fine Fruits, Fancy Cakes and Hardinsburg, Ky. Fresh Nuts, Bread. Ices, Brick Cream and Shcrbcrt Fresh Oysters J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Jack Horner Pies Popular Feature of Christmas Parties LARKIN GIBSON, Cloverport. Ky. People Who Live in Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In Stales That arn Pgr Atvlv. Snrlplv. Notes In- ....... eluded. i At KINGSBURY'S trimmed .lack which are gifts and favors, nre conspicuous nt holiday parties. One design Is In tho shape of a huge Chrlstmns bell. It is of gold paper, with clusters of holly tied In place with Rcnrlet gauze ribbon, and Is to be suspended by ribbon from n chandelier. Inside tho white tissue paper lining are concealed two dozen favors, each one connected with a long streamer of scarlet gauze ribbon with a little gilt bell at the end. The same design Is carried out In an Immense bell covered with frosted sliver paper nud decorated with sprays of mistletoe tied with green and scarlet tulle. The mistletoe harmonizes with the frostluess of the silver paper, and the tulle is even lighter and pret-tie- r than the gauze ribbon. The individual bells are of silver to match. A big plum pudding Horner pie, made of Just tho right shade or brown crape In m,n. unit; .1 n i MrtU cl Mil d 1111 iiuut-'- i nun ...t.l. iiiiiiij II, ui snowing simuiaieu uhs 01 iruu umuu paper, is another deof black glazed sign. Each simulated plum is the starting place for a ribbon attached to a gift, so that each guest is literally ashed to "pull out a plum" from the contents of the big dish. Tho dish is surrounded with n circle of holly tied with a full bow of scarlet tulle. Another Homer pie, designed to hang from a central chandelier, is In the form of a fashionable mulr. with many frllllngs of white crape paper and au elaborately arranged lining of white tissue, inside of which are tho gifts. The mulT represents white fur and is made of short fringes of paper. On each side is fastened a spray of mistletoe attached to the end of each red ribbon hanging from the inside of the -- Mr. and Mrs.-J- . V, Harder and son, Rodger, went to Oaks Saturday lo spend Christmas with Mrs. Harder's Saturday. Dr. P. W. Foote was in Hardinsburg parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Orr. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Barrett and Oysters any style Sanitary Restau- daughter, Miss Mary Barrett and son, William Barret, of Louisville, will spend rant. & Sns put up 45 Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne W. R. Moorman Severs. tons or ice last week. All persons owing the firm of Miller & Iris Ball will spend Christmas at Btack, settle at once and save cost. Creek. Wolf Fresh roasted peanuts at Babbage's The young society man of this city grocery. will give a Christmas dinner Monday Charlie Beard was in Irvington Sat- evening, December the twenty-eighth- , in compliment to the members of the urday. The event will take was Friday Club. Kline Robinson, of Lexinglon, place at Gibson's at eight o'clock, at Harned Saturday. Dr. Milner, of Union Star, was in J. M. Powers has sold his farm near Kirk to J. T. Higdon, of Owensboro, Hardinsburg Saturday. Mr. Powers is in the Christmas' music at the Methodist for $6,700. market for another farm in Breckenchurch Sunday. ridge county. He wants 100 or 250 Mrs Leslie Plank has returned home acres and will pay good price for land from Owensboro. ' that suits him. chilMr. and Mri. C. Sn Martin and Mis-Estele Meador, daughter of Dr. dren went to Louisville Saturday-NJ. W. Meador, of Custer, returned Satsen-iceat the Baptist k urday from Kussellville, where she has church this week. been attending school. She was called Col. Claude Mercer was at Kirk Sat- home suddenly on account of the seriurday to ee his old fiiend, Lon Jarboe. ous illness of hei niece, Miss Beule Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Norton, Webster, Pile, daughter of G. H. Pile. were in Louisville Monday seeing Santa Mrs. Carrie Chick, of Mt. Sterling, Claus. ariived Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Julian Luwson, of Lewkport, will be Edward Ogle&by. Dr. John Kincheloe the guest of Mtes Suselte Sawer and Mrs. Kincheloe and little daughN Christmas day. ter, Miss Nancy Kincheloe, aud son, Miss Anna Lay, of New York, left John Allen Kincheloe, and Mrs. MaThursday, after a week's vUit to Mrs. mie Moorman, of Hardinsburg, were L. B. Perkins. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad. o s mid-wees Holiday Wreaths at Sawyer's. Mrs. Henry May went to Louisville ELABORATELYwithin THIS WEEK Gtapo Fruit, Oranges, Bannnas, Lemons, Grapes, Celery, Cranberries, Cocoamtts, New Nuts, Candies, isn i i nis ueuer i nan luck r Some Philosopher has said: "The man who trusts to luck may cventtialh get there but often ho has to walk home." Trust to nothing and invest in a farm, then if you have to walk, you will havo $575. Fresh Oysters. While you cat these I wish a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. you of your own to go to. On easy payments you can buy a farm of 72 acres for u home For information address Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. r i m;cnnnDT l"J , ! I Take the Wrinkles Mi Out of Your Clothes! Expert Cleaning and Pressing. Strictly Hand Work. Men's Suits Cleared and for 1 Special Prices That Will 1 8SB ' TRn Ob I m Kvnt save fou iioney witO r Cloverport, Kentucky 1 Lot Misses' Tan and Black Button Shoes, cloth top top, latest stvle, regular price b2.2.o (BQ jM M M Until after the Holidavs will om .it . ' A beautiful line of Stick and Fancy Candies 8 to 20 Jftfd lM Xl-- ex nr tm A I 'I'll Prompt delivery of Oysters Sanit-ir- Restaurant, Win. C. Moigaa, of Vinceunts, Ind., expects to return to his old home soon, at Amnions, Ky. Long Lived Ships. If the life of thy old was longer than that of the present DrcaduouKht the old merchantman liv ul longer still. The Lively, for in Mrs. Hurvy Stone, of Louisville, stance, when wrecked at Cromer In will speed Christmas with her parents, ISiiS. had been afloat two years over n century. The Liberty, too. built al Mr and Mrs. O. P. Babbage. S. 11. Laslie, Sample; W. J. Piggott Whitby In t'liO. was In regular use ISritl. and the Betsy Cains, which and M. Hicks were in Hardinsburg Mon- till began llfo as a frigate and ended us n day attending court. collier, went down in her one hundred Kandy Katies for the kiddies ic to and year. And In 1'JOiL according to a dnlly paper, the Anita, to ioc Sanitary Restaurant. then trading between Spain and Amer Mrs. Clyde Morrison has been criti- lea, dated from tbo days of Columbus cally ill. Her mother, Mrs Gregory, of London Standard. Louisville, is with her. mnu-of-wtlilrty-sovcnth soooooooexxxxxxxxxx: Yule-Tid- e Greetings! .. Bring Your Christmas List to Us and We Will Help You Fill It. Dolly Varden Chocolates 30c to Manicure Sets $1.00 to Fancy Stationery 25c, 50c and Toilet Articles at all prices Century Fountain Pens, the best pen made, $1.00 to Safety Razors $1.00 to ... Fancy Pipes up to Cigars in Boxes from 50c to .... $3.50 3.00 75 Jewelry 4.50 5.00 4.00 4.00 C WE ARE TOBACCO HEADQUARTERS FOR CLOVERPORT Uony Robertson Is putting him up a nice rcslderxe on his father's place, lie expects to make it his future home. Miss Myrtle Uasham was visltinu her brother's family, Mr. aud Mrs. Arthur Itasham, of Mystic, last week. A. M. Hardin sold toll. H. Norton last Saturday 8 head of young cattle. They weighed li'J65 pounds; price paid 6tfc per pound. K. T. I'ayne also sold him 2 head weighing 1,810 is., paying Mr. Payne 5c pound. L0DIBURG. Charlie Payne was In Irvinyton one day last week, Sara Drown was in Irvinutou last Nap Robertson lost a fine young mare the other day by gtting in a Seturday shopping. Rosco Deacon, working with the sinkhole. Mr. Robertson had just re cently refused $175 for her. 1.,, U. & St. L. Ky. big crew, has been Dr. Belle Kurtz has sold his property at home for several days suffering from at Clifton Mills to Charlie Smith for a severe cold. $250 and has bought property in Rev. I, C. Argabright was visiting Webster. his daughter last week. Mrs. Uiron Mrs. Charlie Urucc is in Hopkins Ueauchamp, of West Point, aud Mrs. Kiar Uruce, of Urandenburg. vllle visiting friends and relatives. Dick Mays, of Webster, was in our A. M, Hardin and Chas. Payne were In Louisville last week laying In a town one day last week. stock of Christinas goods. Miss Kmmlree Uandy returned home Mrs. U. I'. Hardin bought of W. W. last Thursday after a week's visit to Brown, proprietor of the Kirk poultry her sister, Mrs. Arthur Ater, of ' farm, a line barred Plymouth Rock 1 muff. Where the Jack Horner pie Is to be used as a centerpiece on n table a small natural Chi'l.stmus tree makes a pretty decoration. The gifts can be arranged in a pan or dish, giving space in tne center for a linn base for the tree. Au ornamental flowerpot or Jardiniere can be fashioned In this way, covering the outside with closely laid rows of twisted paper rope and scatter ing artificial moss around the base of tho Chrlstmns tree. Under this start tun rlbhons. connecting each gift to a miniature tree, which serves as a favor for each person. Tiny wisps of evergreen, kept upright by a spool, make pretty table decoratlous nt each plate. Tho spools can bo painted red or green or can bo covered with tinsel paper. V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. Proceedings in Harkmplcy Instituted fo anyone. Oranges, 20 and 25c per dozen. juinno size uananas uc per uozen. rm j.ice vocoainus d aim iu cents ach. r We have a nice assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries, all at Rock-BottoPrices. !$! Latest Stvles Men's Neckwear. 25c and 5Uc. M Splendid line late stvle Dress Goods 10c to 50c per ma m yard. All the latest Trimmings m Cut price on all Ladies' and Children's Wraps and H Raincoats in order to close out the stock. til Mrs. Al. A. McCubbins. Steohensoort. Kv. it m m v,? m M m M M VM 1 $ i L. D. R0X, Manager A Letter to Santa Claus Don't fale ta go ta tha Thev have 'em from lc to Taflie and Stick Kandy. 10c Dear Saniclaus and Sanitary Restaurant and Kandy Kitchen it me a knndy knne. lot of Hrown'ri Home-mad- e and a nice It's Only 10c a pound cockerel. sez an its fresh nnd wont male me hick, kau.se its pure jes and Kit her sum bun buns aud bum fugu an crem cnocklets theys fresh an jes think fine and its only 15c, 20c and 2c n pound an is hand-mad- e now member santy i dont want any other Und uf kandy my name is JONNY JONES 1' S i em et skule en si use I Ivav bin writin evry kid in town sez tell yew they wantu kaudy kane and other kandy jist lik miu now dont JJ ferult it pleze. Wedding's Drag Store, The Penslar Store CLOVERPORT, KY. A Brave Patient. Mrs. Nell Dleckman, dressmaker at Dentist (to nsslstmiti- - I thlnx I heard Lodiburg, is doing a fine business ard a patient In the waiting room Axslst-ac- t Yes, bat 1 enn't brine him ia Is pleasing her customers. Hera is the place to get your Christmas dress lie's turned the key on the Blatter. made. Inslde.-Meggend- Subscribe for The Breckenridge News I The Million Dollar Mystery Dy HAROLD MAG GRATH Illustrated from Scenes In the Photo Drama of the Soma Name by the Thantiouser Film Company I The Breckenridge County Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse INCORPORATED CHAPTER A Call In (Copyright, I. 1811, by Unfold MocOrttth) the Night. Thcro aro fow things darker than n country road at night, particularly 11 ono docs not know tho lay of the land. It Is not Ulilicult to traverso a known path; no matter how dark It It, ono Is ablo to llnd tho way by the aid of a mental photograph taken In tho daytlmo. Itut supposing you have never been over tho road In the daytime, that you know nothing whatever of Its topography, where It dips or rises, where It narrows or forks. You find yourself in the same unhappy Btato of mind ns n blind man suddenly see tho road any better for that." "Let tho horses have their heads; they'll And tho way. It can't be much farther. You'll seo lights." Tho coachman swore in his teeth. All right. This man who was In such a hurry would probably send them all Into tho ditch. Save for tho few stars above, ho might have been driving Beelzebub's coach in the bottomless pit Black velvet, everywhere black velvet. A wind was blowing, and yet the blackness was so thick that it gave to the coachman the sensation of eighteenth birthday. The other half mild suffocation. of the inclosed bracelet will identify By and by, through the trees, he me. Treat the girl well, for I shall saw a flicker of light. It might or watch over her in secret." might not bo tho destination. lie Into the fixed routine of her hum cracked his whip recklessly and the drum life had como a mystery, a tan talizlng, fascinating mystery. Sho had WajaWWMWWawaaWWtWtWP3 read of foundlings left on doorsteps from paper covered novels confls cated from hor pupils but that ono should bo placed upon her own doorstep! Suddenly sho smiled down at the child and tho child smiled back. And there was nothing moro to bo done except to bow before tho decrees of fate. Llko all prim old maids, her heart was full of unrequited romance, and hero was something she might spend its floods upon without let or hindrance. Al ' wj ready she was hoping that tho man or woman who had left It might never come back. Regularly each Tho child grew. year, upon a certain date, Miss Farlow received a registered letter with money. These letters camo from all parts of tho world; always tho samo sum, always tho samo line "I am bargo In a beam sea. llko a blunt-nosTho wheels and springs voiced their anguish continually; for it was a good carriage, unaccustomed to such ruts and hummocks. "Faster, faster!" camo a muffled voice from tho Interior. "Sir, I daro not drive any faster," replied tho coachman. "I can't seo the horses' heads, sir, let alone tho road.J I'vo blown out tho lamps, but I can't o thrust Into a strungo housu. Otto black night, along a certain country road In tho heart of Now Jersey, In tho days when the only good roads were city thoroughfares and country highways wero routes to limbo, a carriage went forward cautiously. From time to tlmo It careened of tho upper halls to seo if all her charges wero in bed, whero tho rules of tho school confined them after 9:30, It was at this moment that she heard tho thunderous knocking at tho door Tho old maid felt her heart stop beating for a moment. Who could It be, ct this time of night? Then tho thought camo swiftly that perhaps tho parent of somo ono of her charges was 111 and this was tho summons. Still lng her fears, she went resolutely to tho doer and opened it. "Who is it?" sho called. No ono answered. Sho cupped her hand to her car. Sho could hear tho ilatter of horses dimly. "Well!" sho exclaimed; rather nn grlly, too. Sho was in tho net of closing tho door when tho light from tho hall dtacovered to her tho bundle on the steps. Sho stooped and touched it. "Good heavens, it's n child!" Sho picked tho bundle up. A whim per camo from it, a tired little whini' per of protest. She ran back to tho reception room. A foundling! And on her doorstep! It was Incredible. What In tho world should sho do? It would create a scandal and hurt the prestigo of the school. Somo one had mistaken her select privato school for a farmhouse. It was frightful. Then she unwrapped tho child. It was about a year old, dimpled and golden haired. A thumb was In Its rosebud mouth and its bluo eyes looked up trustfully into her own. "Why, you cherub!" cried tho old maid, a strange turmoil in her heart She caught the child to her breast, and then for tho first time noticed the thick envelope pinned to the child's. cloak. She put the baby Into a chair and broke open the envelope. "Name this child Florence Gray. will send annually a liberal sum for her support and reclaim her on her Hardinsburg, Kentucky low-gra- The total of tobacco sold on our Loose Leaf Floor for the first day, Tuesday, December 1, was 124,795 pounds 106,805 pounds of Dark and 17,990 pounds of Burley. The average price for the whole lot was nearly $6 for good, bad and indifferent. This is a very remarkable tobacco. Some of it damsale, considering that the offerings consisted largely of aged by house burn and nearly all of it in high order. Crops of good quality averaged for leaf e best price the farmer has realized in years. around It shows, conclusively, that the loose leaf floor is the place to sell tobacco on its merit and at good prices. If the farmers will send us their tobacco well graded and in good order, they will surely get good prices. de $10--th- Our Next Sale Will Be Tuesday, January 5, 1915 During the holidays our house will be lighted and other improvements made for handling and shipping, so that we can take care of all the tobacco that comes in and have two sales or more a week if necessary, We are going to do our level best to make this enterprise of the farmers we will surely do it. So rush your a success and if we get the next sale. tobacco for the Following are a few ot the sales made on our opening day: A. T. BEARD pounds 480.. 440 405 410 280 395 345 425 fQ J. Price $10.20 9.50 9.60 9.00 8.50 8.40 8.50 7,40 88f0 ' R. MATTINQLY - 10.10 400 370 340 500...! 10.40 2.45 C. G. HENDRICK 9. 8.50 8.40 8.50 405... 500... 670... 290... 410... 755.. TOM BEARD 300 280 430 405 280 455 515 485 245 365 . 7.70 8.00 8.60 6.80 5.20 9.20 7.80 7.00 7.00 7.60 7.60 7.60 8.10 8.10 8.20 8.50 9.60 8. 5 ....... 600'. 455 440 165 .. o II r W. H. WH1TTIER ....... ....... .. .12.10 300.IlIir 'ZZZ H0RSELY & DeHAVEfl 700 9.00 9.60 .:.... ......... ... 295 490 .III IZIIZ.II : I 370 9.90 3 00 245 245 130 185 JOHN OWEN 560... 310 140 ....... io.4o 9.50 11.90 7.00 ... . 305 140 195 10. 555 520 520 510 n.oo 1U0 11.10 5.90 Beard rejected baskets at $6 and $7.70. J. M. HENDRICK 260 200 115 ......... 8.10 225 215 220. 120 4. - R.G.ROBERTSON 525 3. 10.20 8.30 7.60 4. 4. 600 540 9.90 11.00 11.00 435 290 170 '4.50 7.10 4.20 "Why, You Cherub!" Cried the Maid. Old carriage lurched on two wheels. The man In tho carriage balanced himself carefully, so that tho bundle in hi3 arms should not bo unduly disturbed. III3 arms ncird. Ho stuck his head out of tho window. "Thcts tho place." he said. "And when you drlvo up make as little nolso as yea can." "Yes, sir," called down tho driver. When tho carriage drew up at. its journey's end tho man Insldo Jumped out and hastened toward tho gates. Ho scrutinized tho sign on ono of tho posts. This was tho place: JUIS3 FAR LOWS PRIVATE SCHOOL. Tho bundle In his arms stirred and ho hurried up tho path to tho door of tho house. Ho seized the ancient knocker and struck several times. Ho then placed tho bundle on tho steps and ran back to tho waiting carriage, into which ho stepped. "Off with you!" "That's a good word, sir. Maybe wo can muko your train." "Do you think you could find this placo again?" "You couldn't get mo on this plko again, sir, for a thousand; not me!" Tho door slammed and tho unknown sank back against tho cushions. He took out bis handkerchief and wiped the damp persplrutlou from his forehead. Tho big burden was off his mind. Whatever happened in tho future, they would never bo ablo to get him through his heart. So much for tho folly of bis youth. It was a quarter after ten. Miss 8uaan Far low had Just returned to the leoeptloa room from ker aUhU tail watching." Thus seventeen years passed; and to Susan Farlow each year seemed shorter than tho ono before. For sho loved tho child with all her heart. Sho had not trained young girls all theso years without becoming adept in tho art of reading tho true signs of breeding. There was no ordinary blood in Florence; tho fact was emphasized by her exquisite face, her small hands and feet, her spirit and gentleness. And now, at any day, some ono with a broken bracelet might como for her. As tho days went on tho heart of Susan Farlow grow heavy. "Never mind, nunty," said Florenco; "I shall always como back to seo you." Sho meant It, poor child; but how was sho to know tho terrors which lay beyond tho horizon? THE BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY disposal, sir, slnco that night you res cued mo. "Well, I haven't tho least doubt that when I ask you will give." "Without question, sir. It waa al ways so understood." Hargreavo's glanco sought tho mir ror, then tho smlleless face of his of Stanley Hargreavo, Tho house man. He laughed, but tho sound conin Riverdalo, was tho houso of no or- veyed no sense of mirth; then ho dinary rich man. Outside it was sim- turned and went down the steps Blow- ple enough, but within you learned ly, like a man burdened with some what kind of a man Hargreavo was. thought which was not altogether to There wero raro Ispahans and Saruk3 bis liking. He had sent an ordor for on tho floors and tapestries on tho his car, but had immediately counter walls, and hero and there a flno paint- manded It. Ho would walk till ho ing. Tho library itself represented a grew a tired, hall a taxlcab, and fortune. Money nad been laid out run up and, down Broadway. take lavishly but novor wastefully. It was wonderful Illumination might proveThe dithe home of a bcholar, a dreamer, a verting. For 18 years nearly; and wido traveler. now It was as natural for him to In the library stood tho master of tho throw a glanco over his shoulder house, idly lingering somo papers whenevor he left the house as it was which lay on the study table. Ho him to breathe. Tho average man shrugged at some unpleasant thought, for would have grown careless during all icttled his overcoat about his shoul- theso years; but Hargreavo was not ders, took up his bat, and walked from an average man; he was, rather, an tho room, frowning; slightly. Tho but- extraordinary individual. It was his ler, who also acted in tho capacity of life in exchange for eternal vigilance, valet, always within call when his he knew and accepted tho fact muster was about, stepped Bwlftly to and Half an .hour ater ho got into a ball door and opened it. the "I may bo out late, Jones," said taxlcab and directed the man to drlvo as far as Twenty-thirstreet and back to Columbus circle. The bewildering display of lights, how over, in nowise served to lift tho sense of oppression that had weighed upon him all day. South of street he dismissed the taxlcab and stared undecidedly at the brilliant sign of a famous restaurant. neither hungry nor thirsty; but thero would be strange faces to study and downtown Forty-second Ho-wa- music. Exclusive to the Last. An instance-- of excluslveness maintained under difficulties Is reported from the ladles' cabin of an Atlantic liner. All were sick except one lady and a cat. which wandered uneasily about. The hidy ventured to stroke the cat. remarking. "Poor pussy." The cat was Inclined to respond and elevnt-6its tall In token of good will, when from n neighboring berth came in choking tones tho words. "Excuse me. d BUYrlTTAY 4 (To be Continued) that Is n private cat!" Wilde and Ouida. We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. Oscar WHile once nsked Ouida what she herself considered the chief lu her work which won success., "I nm the only living English writer," she replied, "who knows how two dukes talk when tbey nre by them selves:" It might with truth be said of Wilde that ho was the only living Eng lish writer who know how two duch esses tulk when they are by them selves. From Archibald Henderson's "European Dramatists." Making It Easy. fen-tur- o AND ALL THE FAMILY For Father and Son We sell 400.000 copies every month without R MECHANICS MAGAZINE Written So You Can Undtntmnd It Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing interest. Everything In it Is giving premiums and have no solicitors. Any newsdealer will show you a copy; or write publisher for free sample a postal will the do. "Your daughter plays nothing but classical music." Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS We pay the poitago both was on Work guaranteed Prompt deliveries In unitary paokaiiei. Will credit you upon reference. Writs for lulormatlon, llettsr. still, lend trial bundle. Uso. all packages flrst-cl- or over. as Hargreavo. "Yes, sir." Hargreavo stared into his face keenly, as if trylug to pierce the grave face to learn what was going on it. "How long have you been with me?" "Fourteen yean, sir." "Some day I shall need you." "liy Ufa haa always ben at four be-hi- The,). better so. If she plays only classics we can't be ure whether what annoys us la her performance or tbe composition Itself.- "- Washington Star. Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly "Yes," replied Mrs. Oumrox. "It Is $1.50 A YEAR ISc A COPY Popular Mechanics Magazine o no. miomgan ve., CHICAGO Million Dollar Mystery1 Is Now Being Shown at the American Theater Office: 625 W. Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE, KY. The Old Standard general itrenctbenlav tonic, For dyspepsia, our GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, dnres out Malarla.enr Ichee the blood .and builds up the srs. use Burdock Blood tcm. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c Read the Little Want Ads. national ailment, Bitters. Recom. mended for strengthening digestion. puniying tbe blood. At all drug tore. i.00 a bottle. s LETTERS TO SANTA How's This? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for ntiy caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Continued from ptge 2 Utile Chicago Girl Duiir Sunlit years old and go to school. I Hn ished my lirst render this week. I want a doll, a doll cart, a raincoat, story book, ball and lots of good things to cat. Don't forget my sister, mother and father. ClausI am fivo Mahoakkt Sheffield, T. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Wo. Ilio unilerclunml. have known I' J. Cheney for tlie last 15 years, and bolleve him perfectly honorable. In alt business transaction!) and financially able to carry out nny obligations mnrto by his firm. NATIONAL. BANK Or COMMEKUE, Toledo, O. Hnll'n Cntnrrh Corn Is taken internally. acting directly upon tlio blood and mucous surface of Ilio system. Testimonials sent free. I'rlco 75 cents per bottle. Sold by nil urugRisis. Take liana rami! run lor constipation. Chicago. Wants a Locket Wants Jricycle Dear Santa Am a little girl 8 years Dear Santa Glaus I am a little old and my name is Martha. I wish girl four years old and try to you would bring me a little doll with ho awful good. I want you to I also want a ring a one bring mo a tricycle, a doll buggie, prettylialr. locket for Christmas.and And little doll, candy, oranges and every- please bring me nuts, candles, a crothing else you think I would like. chet needle and a spool of sand silk. Good-byMartha Eldkh. AIattie V. Taylor, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Wants Crochet Needle Dear Santa Thls'ls for my little sis Wants Dishes e, Will Go to Bed Early Legend of Christmas Wreaths. sword Dear Santa I will write and tell InUpon and sash and scarlet coat a Christmas day you what I want. 1 want a checker- Throuqh frosty woods and hoary fields board and checkers, a pistol and cap, A soldier rodo oway snow, an auto and aixo game, a story book, Kho watched him throusli the talllne A youns and lovely maid. whole lots of roman cannons and fire- In milky pearts'and flowing robes crackers, some candy, oranges, raisins Of velvet Brcen arrayed. and all kinds of mixed nuts. I am a With rumors of the distant wars The months little boy twelve years old, I go to Till onco againwent slowly by bells tho Christmas school every day and am in the sixth Were pcallns to the sky. And, walking In the lonely wood, grade. Now, please do not forget my A bush tho maiden teacher, Sister M Robartus I will With thorns as sharpfoundlittle swords as try very hard to be a good boy and And rcarlet berries crowned. will go to bed carlv. Oh, yes, Santa, Che leaned against an ancient oak and bring me a pair of rubbers. Your And wove a wreath to wear Jf scarlet berries, bright and gay, boy, little. And set It on her hair. Roiiert Kyan, And, lo, tho pearls upon her breast Were changed to berries, too. Ilardinsburg, Ky. Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits putronnse of Clovcrport Business Bath $1.50 Men mid Shoppers Hangs Up Stocking Dear Santa Claus Will you brine a little girl like me a big doll and a cart? I have two little brothers; their names are Morris and Nortls They want a drum and a horn apiece; and don't forget my two little nieces; they live In Louisville, Ky. I am ten years old and go to school every day and I am in the fifth grade now. Santa, please don't forget to come. 1 will go to bed early and hang up both stockings on a chair at the door, so you will see it. Now, be careful and don't let the reindeer fall in the river. Anna II. Hall, Hardlngrove, Ind. And, rooted to the oak, a branch Of mlstlotoe sho grewl When sweet and clear the Christmas bells lllng out o'er vale and hill The maiden mistletoe Is seen In pearls and velvet still. And with her In the revels ruled Uy music, mirth and folly. In sword and scarlet still arrayed. Uehold the soldier holly! Minna Irving In Leslie's. Quinine That Does Not Affect Tha Head necause of Its tonic and laxative effect, I.AXA-TIVordinary nROMOQUININRIsbettertlian Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor ringing In head. Remember the full name and look lor the signature o( I. W. GROVE. 25c. The CXXKXXXXXXXKKXXXXXXKXXX: STILL IN BUSINES And am doing more and better business all the time. Why? Because I buy with the cash and sell for the cash; therefore, I can sell at a small profit. Saddles, Dear Santa I am a little girl eight years old. I want jou to bring mo a dress, doll, buggy, a little sot of dishes, candy, oranges, nuts, and please don't forget riiy little sister Anita; sho wants a rocking chair, a doll and a set of doll furniture, candy, oranges, all kinds of nuts. Your little girl, Ruijy White. Good Sleepers Dear Olo Santa Klaus- - We are little girls eight and ten years old. Wo will toll vou what we want for Xmas. Wo would like to have two dolls, doll beds, dishes, mull's and a new coat, i'lcaso bring us ter. She wants a crochet needle, blue silk, candy, nuts, a ring and a locket. Now, don't forget my little sister, Ella May. She is one year old and would like to get a big doll and some candy. Helen and Ella May Elder sand Q H j CHRISTMAS IN THE ARCTIC Leaves Door Unlocked Dear Old Santa We are llt.le twin girls ten years old aud we are going to write and tell you what we want for Christmas. We want all kinds of fruit, nuts and candies, n doll, doll dresses and a book for each one of us. Don't forget my brother and sister in Louis vtlle, my t.vo brothers, grandpa and grandma and papa and also remember the little orphans. Now, don't forget to stop when you pass, as we will go to go bed early and will not peep. Be sure to come in the front door; It will be unlocked. Your little girls, Lucille and Looise Hawkins, Mattingly, Ky, A over-shoe- ulentv of candy, nuts and fruit Now don't pass us by. Wo go to bed early. Don't be afraid we will pcop, for wo aro good sleep ors. Your little girls, Maui and Lillian Pkukixs me times nre hard, but I think surely you will bring me a doll buggy, a pair of s and a pair of slippers for my doll you brought me last year. I eight years old and in the third grade I am trying to learn fast, so I can 1)3 a teacher when I am grown. Please do not forget my teacher and bring her something nice And also bring me some candy, oranges, bananas, figs and all kinds of nice things to eat. Hlease remember father, mother, grandfather and grandmother. I will go to bed early and will not peep. Your Wants to Teach Dear Santa Claus They tell A good many years ngo the missionaries In Labrador began to make use of white turnips nt Christmas time. Maybo our brethren in their first attempts to grow something 011 this bleak coast were gladly surprised nt the heartiness nud the returns this vegetable yielded, nnd In order to mako tho most of It nnd with an eye to beuellt-Inthe Eskimos they reserved u quantity of these nice large turnips for Christmas. Then on Christmas eve. during 0110 of tho most Impressive serv ices of tho year, these same turnips g carry a full line of Hardware, Furniture, Harness, Roofing, Doors, Windows, Window Glass, in fact anything pertaining to the hardware line. I Will make special LOW PRICES during Holidays.' Call and see my stock and prices and be convinced. if ire little girl, Pauline Ryan, Good Boy Ilardinsburg, Ky. My Dear Santa: I am six years Sometirn-s- ? Sometimes-Y- es, old and go to school with sinter Wants Street Car, Like Daddy Dear Santa Ulaus I am it little every day. Please bring nio some boy three years old; sometimes I popcorn, peanuts, cocoanuts, lire- - Dear Ole Santa I am a little boy am good ond sometimes 1 am bad; crackers, rouian candles, a billy and will soon be two years old. Dear but grandma says she hopes that I goat, wugon and lots of nice Santy, please brine mo some oranges, will mukc a good man. Now, Mr. candy. Please don't forget my nuts, bananas candy, some a, b, c blocks, a rocking horse aud a, street Santa, please bring mo an auto teacher, Miss lUliu! Meador. car like daddy's. Daddy runs on the like Mr. Mercer's and some nuts, 1 am your good little boy, Uellefontaine line. Don't forget to candy and oranges. I will try to Edwin Hardin Stone, bring Aunt Anna a gold watch, for I be good all next year. Your little Kirk, Ky. love her; bring daddy and mama some-th'nboy, Geouoe Evax Millkr, nice. And dear Santa, don't for Wants Christmas Tree Ilardinsburg, Ky. get old grandpa and grandma Hardin Dear Old Santa Claus Will write at Lodlburg. Dokewood Hardin, you a letter and tell you what I want Wants All Kinds Nuts St. Louis, Mo. you to bring me and my little sister Dear Santa I throughtl would Lena. We want a big del apiece, Sick Headache. write and tell you what I want some bananas and oranges, nuts and you to bring mo Christmas. Pleaso lots of pretty candy. Santa, bring us bring mo a: dollar, doll dresser, a prettyChristmas tree like you did Sick headache is nearly always caused dominoes, book, set of doll furni last year. Now, don't forget papa and by disorders of the stomach. Correct ture, candj, oranges, bananas and and my mamma and please remember them and the periodic attacks of sick nuts of every kind. 1 am six yrs, dear old grandma and grandpa Dooley headache will disappear. Mrs. John old and go to school every day. that live near Bewleyville. Don't for Uishop, of Roseville, Ohio, writes: From your little girl, get us. We live one mile south of Big "About a year ugo I was troubled with Helex Olive Payne, Irvingtoii, Ky, Springs; be sure and come. Your lov indigestion and had sick headache that ing little girls. lasted lor two or three days at a time, I doctored and tried a number of remPearl and Lena Kaklincj, Don't Forget Papa Big Springs, Ky. edies but nothiug helped mt until during one of those sick i pells u friend nd Dear Santa Claus I am a nice little ised me to tuke Chamberlain's Tab girl seven years old and I wish you Wants Wild Horses. let". This medicine relieved me in a would bring me a new dress, over Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a shoes, hair ribbon, a tablet and some big doll, a stove, safe, table, some short time." For sale by all dealers. forget candles and fruits, a ad don't dishes, dish washer, a ring, fruits of all papa, mother and brother. And Santa kinds and don't forget my little brothSALE. you can, bring me a little hat if He wants two er, Fill Douglas. Your loving little friend, . horses, one named Kate and one Juclt-Syhle Beiiry, He wants them both to look wild, and Ilrcckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky, he wants a whip too. Think of mama Hank of Ilardinsburg & Trust Little Blue Eyes and papa. Equity Co. Adm'r., Plaintiff. My Dear Santa I am a little girl Your little girl, No. Against ten years old and I go to school every MARY E. MATTINGLY. The heirs and Creditors of Chas.l 3617 grade. Have day and am in the fourth ) Stms, deceased, Defendant. eighteen head marks Well. Santa Uy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Wants Nice Books. I will tell you what I want you to bring Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, renme for Christmas. I want a bracelet, Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl dered at October Term thereof, 1914, in a new dress, doll, story book, a pair of nine yeare old, and g(J.o school every the above cause, tor the sale of the Hereand all iuafter described overshoes and a new coat. Also lots of day. I am in the fcTrth grade, and costs herein, I shall real estate, offer for proceed to fruit, candy and everything a little girl love my teacher. I "hope you won't sale at the e door in Hanlinsshould have. Please be sure and come think I ask for too much. I want a burg, to the highest bidder, nt Public Auction, on Monday, the 28th day ol De to see Unc e Willie, too I will go to necklace, music case, big doll to fit my camber, 1914, at one o'clock p. 111 , or bed early and won't peep. Your little some nice books a pair 'of em thereabout (being County Court day), eyed girl, Helen W. Meyer, blue broidering hoops and don't forget my upon a credit of Six and Twelve months, Buras, Ky, music teacher, Miss Eva May. the following described property, A certain tract ot land laying in Your little girl, Ilreckinridge county, containing 66 acres NELL LEWIS MATTINGLY. more or less, and described as follows: The said tract lying near Tar Springs on Tar Creek and hounded as follows: Wants Suit Case. Beginning at a stump in the forks of Dear Santa Claus I thought I would the creek, then down26lar creek IM. 27W poles, N. 43 W. 12 poles N. 2 15. write and tell you what I want for 37 poles N. IS IS 20 poles N. 37 15. 16 Christmas. I am a little girl just poles N. 18 15 32 poles N. 42 K. 10 poles then 69 Registered Durock's eight years old. Dear Santa, I want a to a map e on the creek bank, old house locket, bracelet, manicuring set, a pair V.48 poles to a stone near an Boars ready for Spring their b. 50 poles to a stone, Sims' House, one of tltose little of 2 service. Gilts bred for suitkid gtoves, and Mr. Laslle's store, then W. 62 poles to to sjcamore stumps; cases here at thence S. 80 poles small sapling on spring litters. Sired by and bring me all the candles, nuts and the cliff, thence 15. 160 poles to the beginning, being the same land purchased Superba, Fancy Colonel, fruits that I can eat. by Sims of Win. O'Connel. Best I remain ns ever, your little girl, and Defender's Purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute hpud, bearing MYRTLE ARMSTRONG, Woodrow; the very best legal interest from the day of sale until Sample, Ky., blood lines known to the paid, and having the force and effect of a g 1 were served with n small lighted can dle stuck In the middle, nnd each child In the community, from the Infant In arms to tho boy or girl of fourteen, received one of them as n Christmas gift, White turnips are classed nt home among the Inferior or common fruits of the Held, but this Is by 110 means the ease In Labrador. Most of these people of the far north have never seen nn apple or nn orange or a plum, and ns they cannot think of those fruits by comparison the turnip occupies the highest rung of the ladder In their esYou ought to see one of timation. these Eskimo boys or girls bite Into a turnip, writes Christian Schmltt In the Christian Herald. It Is enough to make At Christmas one's mouth water have seen more than once not only the turnip disappear, but the candle also. 1 C. Stephensport, Ky. A. TINIUS, At ro. v tt v fj q .v w, J&k Jft a.' u.it .a Qb.Af d&fc .s m c a u mh. on a v v. n .v 4t&jra. J&.&k jLJKk ija-- A r" CHRISTMAS TREE FOR CHILDREN OF THE STAGE. In New York city and other large cities there has been a custom for years to lime somewhere for a long time $ Tony Pastor's theater In New York B was a gathering place a Christmas tree for the ehildren of the stage, n ifj custom that grew, not out of charity. but. it was said with all belief, from genuine love. Some of the names that the people Interested In theatricals most respect have long been associated with these Christmas trees, and some of the children who knew them years ago would today be names to respect. too, if there were hi this country n less stage nnd genuine commercialized standards of acting. But that's another story They are at least successful These Christmas trees In the largo cities., taking on the proportions of public functions, are simply the outgrowth nnd enlarged edition of the many little celebrations that take place and have taken place wherever there Is a youngster In the company to make the more or less homesick oldsters think hack nnd In that thinking back take n uew Interest in the day. It is children's day after nil, and all tho sentiment of I!-S5U.- IS L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tor- nado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Sick Two Years With Indigestion. "Two years ago I ws greatly bene fited through using two or three bottles of Chamberlain's Tab'ets," writes Mrs. S. A. Keller, Klida, Ohio. "Before taking them I was sick for two years with indigestion " Sold by all dealers The Christmas Gift. Gaspar, Melchlnr and Hnltliaznr, Threo wise men who follow the star Over tho deserts early and late until they iirrUc 'ut licthleliem Rate Insurance. Old Reliable Companies CZIOCD b OO aOED o Walls & Trent 'Where Is he horn who Is Klnc of the Jews? For wo brlns the xlfls which n kins may use." Caspar said. "Myrrh is the cltt orins. The very Klft for an Infant klnn." 1 Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Melchlor A '8 sift 1 said, "Mine Is frankincense. bought nt a creat oxpenao." Balthazar. "Mine is tho gift of gold. A royal gift of price untold " Theso are the Rifts of tho wise men threw What, O heart, shall thy gift be? -- L. O. Williams the stereotyped children's Christmas story, from the Van Illbber type, with tho rescue of the waif nu the street, to tho rich old grandfather whose heart Is softened by the Little Lord Fn tin might be drawn from Just one company that, traveling west, finds , qodooo AT CASKMAN'S Hardinsburg, : Ky m GROCERY Christmas coming oh. nlmost unannounced. In some benighted one night Chamberlaln'b Cough Remedy Mother's Favorite, The stnnd. How To Give Quinine To Children. Stcplionsport. Ky, Court-Hous- give Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy to my children when they have colds or coughs,'' writes Mrs. Verne Shatter. Vandergrift, Pa. It always helps them and is far superior to any other cough medicine I have used. I advise anyone in need of such a medi cine to give it a trial." For sale by all "I Fli llRir.lNH Is the trade-mar- k name given to an Improved Quitiiue. It is a Taleless Syrup, pleas12 cakes Mohawk Soap for ant to take aud does not dlstutb the stomach. Children take it and never know it is Qufnint. 5 liars I.cuox Soap. Also especially adapted to adults who cauujt Soap lake ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate mr 7 liars cause nervousness norrlnL'iug In the head. Try 6 liars 1 & G. Naptha Soap It the next time you need Quinine for any purSoap pose. Ask lor 2 ounce original p.ickace. The 6 liars Clean-Uas- y name FOIULINIi is blown lu bottle. 23 cents. 2 Cans Com 2 You Can Buy ...25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 15c dealers, t, CHRISTMASY THOUGHTS. CHRISTMAS WREATHS. t: FOR SALE! breed, and out of sons equally as well bred. The big kind with quality at reduced prices for next 30 days. Replevin llotui. I.ieu retained to secure payment of purchase money. Didder will Wants Bracelet. be prepared to (jouiply promptly with Dear Santa Claus I thought I would inesc terms. L15I5 WALLS. Commissioner. 1 want for write and tell you what CARRIE L. DOWKLL, Deputy. Christmas. I am u little girl just seven years old. I want a bracelet, locket, toilet set. a pair of kd gloves, a little Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take 0 rove's suit case, and all the candy, nuts and 6. P. MAYSEY StiphiniporL : Kentucky fruit that I can eat, and please don't forget my little cousin, Donald at Sample. LUELEY FENTRESS, Owecsburo, Ky. Esk-ridg- e, The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the knows fell IKON. tonic propertiesofQUININB fed It acts on the Liver, Drives est Malaria, Enriches the Blood sad MM wf MM WlMW B7SMBI. 90 Order your Christmas wreaths Some Timely Yuletido Season Advice as early as possible If you wish to have the most satisfactory re- For Children and Others. suits. Later on, when every one This Is the bpglunlug of the time is so busy, ono is apt to get what Christmas when every one Is thlnUing of holiday doings and Christ' ft is Aleft and be thankful. boxwood, with wreath mas presents. This, too, is a time ol branches of holly, statlce, cones great excitement, when the grownups h and mistletoe arranged on it get tired thlnUlug of what to give and and also a wide red satin bow, makes an exceedingly fine look- often tired of shopping for others This s ing wreath. Wreaths made en- ngaiii Is a time when we children are tlrely of statlce, with sprays of Httll nt school nnd thinking sometimes holly and mistletoe on them and real Chrlstmnsy thoughts S red satin ribbon bows, are much t What nro Christmnsy thoughts? X liked. They should be thoughts of what am Every one knows and likes the ,J 1 truing to do for poor little Johnny. ij holly wreaths, especially when of great size and thickness and Whom can I Who is alone nnd poor' & tisk mother to have at our Christmas j? plentifully sprinkled with red J. v illWlV styles of ? AJfJlifx dinner, who perhaps would have to j berries. These threo the best of 'i wreaths are probably rat all alone were It not tor meV i all the various wreaths made up Whom can I help deliver little gifts raJrt and sold at Christmas time. oil Christmas? And many more such thoughts. Hut do wc thluU those things? Are wc not much more likely Any skin itching Is a temper tester. AT.T.irv :17 lSfil)."i to bo thinking of what wo ourselves DEALER In caeh The more you scratch the more it WE WANT a arc golug to get? adjacent territory In S. houtliern Ohio, ... Itches. Uoan's Ointment Is for piles, m.n. In ...It ni..l .tilliw htJIO Ol .I Bo, children, if you really want to be eczema any skin Itching. flOo at all LI.W s, ALLtN i.i- ilm Uy to take on our lino ol happy on Christmas think Cbristmasy drugstores ira nuke thoughts before Christmas and do onrs, and you This isUO.M. . chance u.hly the a go.t !!. unt lo one Christmasy things on Christmas. Re- clar statement says: "Tho "Battle "in far73 ail established at Auto Dealer to tUo on a ceive gifts? Yes. But give gifts as Poland 1b progressing favorably. line ot popular can. or for a 1U The money aud lacking tou t well gifts or cheer. unselUsbness and s Writ business. yesterday attacked ilL'bTl.l'.K with a little first tlast klndness-t-anyour Christmas will be the Russlaat la western OaUlola. We l:ito a for particulars to ' nulck A1 COMTANY, MOTOUS the merriest sort of day. prison sra." aptured , 1 1 jf f f Cans Kraut 15c 25c 3 Cans Tomatoes 25c 3 Cans Teas 25c 3 Cans Teaches ? 3 Cans Salmon 25c gallon Karo Syrup 45c 5 gallon Karo Syrup 23c V 1 pound Coffee I4C pound lllack Tepper... 15c pounds Soda 05c T 2 Cans l'orlc and 10c 3 25c 4 3 pounds Rice 25c S 3 pounds Truues ..25c ,i 1 pounds Hvaorated I'eaclies Tea, perpound 50c Christmas Candies, cheapest in 'V Pane Oranges, Cocoanuts nud town. Nuts, everything in the grocery line. I s Dealers Wanted GiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiK) f c 1 s Augtro-Gsrman- money-maldn- lt00 t.irr"e-'n- Ninth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. toys, fruits, nuts and sub& Rhodes'. Warren Macy, post office inspector Christmas toys rrom 5 cents to J1.00 for Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma, TESTIMONY has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. Peyton Ss Rhodes'. ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Estill Sutton and daughter. Miss Paul Compton. Misses Ruth Kincheloe and Kllza Many Cloverport Citizens Have Cathleeu hulton, of Louisville, left for their horns In Louisville Tuesday, ntter Miller, who are intending business Snow Drift, First Extra Fancy Self Rising Bob Profited By It college in Louisville, are at home for a a visit to Judge Mercer. visit. Miss Mary Franklin Heard arrived Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted The people who live out near the If you have backache, urinary trou home from Cincinnati, Ohio, last FriABSOLUTELY PURE and free from adulterations of any kind. Its ground are having cottage prayer bles, days of dizziness, headaches or fair day night to remain until after the meeting each Tuesday night. This nervousness, strike at the seat of the purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations Norman Hensley,of Llnnsburg, Kan., week it will meet with George Nash. trouble These are often the symp nt CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF. OF BREAD ON IT! is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Lucre-ti- a They have had ns many as forty pies-e- toms of weak kidneys and there is at a time. Brave danger in delay. Doan's Kidney llensley. Moorman Ditto, of Louisville, is the Pills are especially prepared for kidIt is best, costs no more than the rest- - -- why not use it? Miss Sarah Dean Moorman is with guest of his mother, Mrs. Huttic Ditto. ney ailments are endorsed by over her parents, Mr. nnd'Mrs. W. R. Moorpeople. Your neighbors recomHardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton hpent 30,00) man, for the holidays. proved Its in Garfield with .Mr. Jesse mend this remedy have Mrs. Milton Coke and son have come Sunday merit In many tests. Cloverport readhere from Somerset to make their home Macy, ers should takfl fresh courage In the Mls Martha Gardner entertained stralghtiorwaid testimony of a Clover with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilher Sunday school at her home last port Citizen, liam Heard. Tho following L. V. Chapin, Cloverport. Ky., says: O. D. Ileal (1 and daughters, Mary Saturday afternoon. arc members ot her class: Misses "I was in bad shape with kidney trouDaily and bhlrley, went to Louisville Sunday morning to visit Judge and Marv Elizabeth and Virginia Walker, ble. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills re Clara Heard, Lucy Whltworth Mar-gr- commended, I went to Fisher's Drug Mrs. William Mil. Hook, Ada Gregory, Judith Store and got a box. One box cured Miss M.trtlne Monarch has returned Miss Kathleen Sutton, of me. T have had no need of a kidney to her hon.e near Kirk, nfttr a visit to Louisville, was the guest of honor. medicine since." her aunt, Mrs. T. J. Hook. They Cake and cream was served. Price at Mls Zeigler will spend the holidays all left thanking Miss Gardner for the simply 50c, for all dealers. Don't get ask b kidney remedy with friends at Mt. Vernon, III. pleasant afternoon. Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Jchn Lelrnan, of Notre Darue, Ind Do not leave anyone off your Christ-- Mr. Chapin had. Foster Mllburn Co Is visitisg In town. .s lit see Peyton Si Rhodes. Props., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Miss Sallie Meudor is assisting with Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business T. J. Muckenfuss will spend Christthe Christmas goods at I'eyton & mas with his family in Owensboro. Mrs. Kellis Dye shipped fifteen Rhodes'. This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong young turkeys to Louisville last week Mrs. J. W. Hughes died at her home Mlsset Juditd Heard, Annie Lewis at Kingswood Sunday morning at two and recelvod 15c por pound for them. Kellis Dye, deputy sheriff of Breck and Clara Whltworth, who are attend- o'clock. The funeral services will be ing school in Lexington, arrived home conducted in the afternoon at two enrldgo county, collected $3,000 taxes. Sunday night to be the guests of their o'clock. The remains were taken to at Irvlngton In one day the most parents during the holidays. taxes ever collected by any sheriff in Wilmore for burial Monday. Sam Monarch, of Lexington, is the Miss Ruth Chambliss spent Saturday this county. guest of his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. John with her mother. the day Monarch, at their home near Kirk. When the Infant Saviour Christmas Hopes Smiled In Bethlehem. Miss Lucile Squires has gone to Printed by Request. Clovergort to be the guest of' her aunt, Here's to the girls! LODIBURG Who pause smiling and expectant Mrs. Larkin Gibson. ...PERMANENT... Miss Blanche Robertson, who has In the doorway of life; Mrs. A. M. DeJarnette, Marvin, Jr., and Ralph Heard, have gone to Berea been attending school at Valparaiso, May their path be carpeted with roses, From Valley Home Stock Farm to visit Rev. 13. 11. English and Mrs. Indiana, returned home last Saturday Bright as their eyes and sweet as their Dear Mr. Babhage: I am enclosing a Hps. to spend her vacation with her parents, English. check for $1.00, for which send The n. m.lto 12 M. Always In office during May Santa Claus grow sentimental Office Hours: 8 p. m. Irvlngton, Ky. William Prout has gone to Webster Mr. and Mrs. Nat Robertson. News to Mr. J. Tom Brown, route 1, to 5 p. m. oOlcu hours And make a spendthrift of himself, to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardinsburg, Ky , for one year. I will Nile Beauchamp, who has been in Filling their dainty silk stockings. Hall. try to send you other subscriptions as I Illinois for some time, returned home Here's to the childrenl can get them, as you people have been me. I have been aimlag to send you a Mrs. Hen Wilson and baby, from last Wednesday. Mrs. Gregory Dead The flowers of the morning, bright-eye- d very nice to us in many ways and report of the work that is being done Illinois, are the guests of her parents, Hons Robertson Is building him a Mrs. Catharine Gregory, aged 66 and innocent; you are putting out a fine paper. Also, I on the public roads here, but will not Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hall. nice residence on his father's place Who bring to this years, and widow of the late Dr. L. L. dull earth the lost am enclosing a trio of letters written trouble you that way just now. Gen. D. R. Murray, of Indianapolis, fNap. Robertson), which he will make light of paradise Gregory, a surgeon in the confederate for The Inland Farmer for its Dec 1st Ind., has returned to his home, after a his future home. With many good wishes for the sucAnd serenade tho hearts with music. army, died at her home in Hawesville issue. If the one I have written is Mr ami Mrs H. C. Murray visit to Mr. Fox, of Hopldnsvlllc, has moved May no little stocking hang empty suitable lor your paper and are worth cess of The Breckenridge News I am, December 17. She was an intellectual Mrs. J. W Trent has returned from on one of Henry Lancaster s farms. R. SIDNEY OWEN, Christmas morning and noble wonian and a member of a reprinting you are at liberty to do so, sincerely, a visit to relatives at Ouster. near Lodlburg. And no little child go sorrowing on but do not publish same just to please prominent family. Hardinsburg, Ky. HARD1NSBURG Candies, stantial at Peyton PUREST SWEETEST BEST Patent White holl-day- s. J THE OLD RELIABLE et Wat-lingto- Breckinridge Bank. m When in Need of Anything Come to us DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. DENTIST 1 PRi.TTY ington PhaLrmacy The Drug Store That Will Save You Money Stocked with most appropriate Gifts, Inexpensive Remembrances and Valuable Presents Boys' Pre- FOR sents that Really Please Boys FRIENDS 1 otiful Christmas DisDl START RqHT rHDWTlW A SEE OUR now L E Why Not Give French Ivory? Those who huvc foresworn useless giving easily ma' select gift, of French Ivory that will prove u delight to any woman or miss. It has been our specialty to collect only those qualities which hear an irreproachable mark of refine- inent in design, finish and intrinsic merit. In all of tho toil- - W1TH Your W'" mCUn Quality Line of Post Cards mre tha" K'ftS t0 many friomla whom you must L T T H E C HftPPIIMfl E et requisites, price range. wo A have broad varieties, and comprehensive summary follows: CarVina Sets and Table CutlprV uuuciy 0' t"e Very Best Quality H Combs Cushion & Jewel Boxes Nail Files Tnvs I L D EoSes Hand Mirrors Perfume Bottles Brushes Cuticle Knives Shoe Hooks Ha'r Receivers Handkerchief Pnw,W Boxes Imported Hair In fact ol,r stock comprises most everything worth having for practical uses remember at Christmas. They carry just tho message that uppeals without any cheap sontimontality, tho perfection of fitD5S'S a"d tast without any embarassinff obligations to the receiver. They have an intimate personal quality and und friendly enthusiasm that make them a welcomerelief from .the ;oId.filu? co!ored Christmas Booklet with its jingles. We show a complete assortment of "Quality" Cards. T T H E C gd . Pocket KlllVeS, EtC. SHOP NOW! For The Ladies Manicure Sets, Buffers, Files, Mirrors, all sizes; Brushes and Combs, Toilet Sets, Soap and Soap 7 Cases, Perfumes, Atomizers, Christmas Cards, Christmas Booklets, Beautiful Stationery in pretty boxes 10c to $5.00. H For The Men Razors, Safety Razors, Lather Brushes, Shaving Mirrors, Hat and Clothing Brushes, Cigars hy the ? Box, Ugar Jars, Cigar Cases, Purses, Fountain Pens, Rubber Sponges, Military Hair Brushes, Pipes -- all kinds from 10c to $10.00. I L D LOWNEY' CHOCOLATES Perfection Confection attention you are thinking paying her ought to bo suitable, attractive, acceptable. Tho most universally acceptable are Bon Rons. The most t'olicious combination f Nuts, Fruits and Candies. The Exquisite Gift. From One Pound to Ten Pounds R E N R E N K O D Games of all Kinds, Story Books, Post Card Albums and Bibles; All the Exquisite Perfumes ger and Gallet's, Wright's Seeleys and Lazalls. Houbigaut's Ideal, Piver's i Extracts, Rog- - K O D A K BROW Nil Make Somebody Happy With a Kodak "If father only kneiv how much Wanted a Kodak OF COURSE you waut your gifts to look attractive. Wo have just. what you want for this purpose Christmas Cards, Seals, Stamps, Plasters, White Tissue Paper, Holly boxes all shapes and sizes. A holly box adds greatly to tho appearance of a gift. Wo have them in strong aud heavy, holly poinsottia and all patterns in exclusive designs. i gold-traced, A K memories that are cherished most are those of the great home day Christmas, lletter thuu mere memory thought, is the pictured story of the family reunion; the happy children, the gay young folks, the grown-uboys and girls back home agaiu. The pictures taken with the Christmas Kodak will give pleasure the whole year round and throughout the years to come. I Ioihc p Brownies $1.00 to $10.00. There is Everything for Kodakery at our store. Kodaks $5.00 to $50,00 Films Developed