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The Breckenridge news: December 24, 1919 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 brc1919122401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: December 24, 1919 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 $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. mm THE BliECKENRlDGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 76c for 6 Months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. ' 24, 1919 I No. 26 $160 a Year; 60c for 4 Months; 76c for 6 Months. 8 VOL. XLIV CLOVKRPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER. Pages BANK OF HARDINSBURG AND TRUST COMPANY CLOSES ITS MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR CHRISTMAS SER VICE SUNDAY EVE Choirs Render Xmas Music. Rev. Williams Tells Story of "The Other Wiseman." Has Combined Deposits of $1,001,000 and Assets of Over $1,200,000. Stockholders Hold Annual Meeting. The spirit of the Yuletide reigned in The truly prosperous condition of the citizenship of Breckinridge and adjoining counties is reflected in the unprecendented, prosperous condition of The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company disclosed at the end of its annual meeting of its stockholders was held in the Directors room With $1,001, of the institution. OOO 00 on deposit in the banking and trust department and with combined assets of over $1,200,000.00 indicates that the institution easily maintains its supremacy in this section of the State of Kentucky, which is solely due to the effiicient management of the institution, which is unwervingly con- "ducted upon a basis of safe and sane banking methods, rendering absolute security to the many patrons of each department its management of their funds and property, and, at the same time, provides the way for the Institution, at all times, to aid and encourage fiscal year, which closed December 17th., on which date the regular TOBACCO PRICES CONTINUE FAIR Good Tobacco Still Brings Fair Cloverport on Sunday evening when a union service was held in the Methodist church and the story of the Savior's birth was told in song and sermon. The members of the Baptist and Methodist church choirs under the direction of Miss Margaret Burn, organist, accompanied by H. M. Behen on the violin, gave a Announcement C We wish to announce that we are just closing the most successful year of our institution. We realize that our phenomenal results could not have been attained by the efforts only of the officers of our organization. and stock-holde- rs Prices. Much Inferior Weed Has Been on Market Lately most delightful I -- legitimate enterprises among the people of the county. The old officers The directors and ofwere ficers for the ensuing year are: M. D. Beard, President and Dirctor, C. V. Robertson, Vice President and Director; D. D. Dowell, Cashier and B. F. Beard, Assistant Cashier Jf.and Director, George E. Bess, Manager of the Trust Department and Director; Willis Green, Director, Lewis J. Perkins, Director; Jack Jolly, Director; Thomas O'Donoghue, Director; L. D. Jones, Director, P. M. Eeard, Director; H. M. Beard, DirecDir--ecto- r, tor; Dr. A. M. Kincheloe, Diro or. LIVING IN RAVENNA FOR THE PRESENT TIME. Former Chief of Police George Mullen and Mrs Mullen left Wednesday of lasUweek for Ravenna, Ky., where they will take up their abode indefinitely. They will live with their conditions are favorable Mr. and Mrs. Mnllen may make this their perma- ton, Roy Mullen, who is employed there with the L. & X. railroad, and if nent residence. Prices on the best grades of tobacco continue to hold up at the Clover-po- rt Loose Leaf house, but a good was given by Rev. T. N. Williams, of deal of inferior tobacco has been on Louisville, pastor in charge of the the market at the last two sales hence Lucile Memorial Presbyterian church the averages have not soared as high as in the sales during early season. in this city, who related the beautiful Many of the farmers were not satis- story "The Other Wiseman" by Dr. fied with their sales and so a good Van Dyke. Rev Williams told the deal was rejected. story very effectively in his own ' On Tuesday of last week the gen- words, and he left his hearers with a eral average of the sales was $16.00. fuller conception of the true meaning There was a poor lot of Burley and it of Christmas. averaged $19.34. Pryor was the same The program of the evening was as usual averaging $15.87; the highest led by Rev. J. R. Randolph, of the on one sucker was $31.00. All together Methodist church. There was a large the sales of Saturday amounted to audience filling the auditorium and $5,249.57 for 32,840 lbs. Sunday school room. The second sale of last week was on Friday when the average ran to $16.40 FRED D. PIERCE IS MADE The average for Pryor was $15.07 NAVAL COMPASS INBurley $21.86. The highest on an SPECTOR IN BOSTON. Pryor leaf was $36 and trash $26. The Burley brought $54. Most of the best Fred D. Pierce, who heretofore has on the floor Friday was the j tobacco been chief of wireless operator at Bar common ends and about 30,000 lbs. Me., has lately had another ' was rejected. However at both sales Harbor, places him in the the best grade tobacco brought satis promotion which Radio men Fierce front ranks of the factory prices. is now the Naval Compass Inspector for the First Naval District which emVISITING THEIR DAUGHTERS braces twelve stations between BosDURING WINTER MONTHS. ton and Bar Harbor He was selected for this place out o one hundred Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Drinkwater men, and his headquarters are in have closed their country 'home in Boston. j Tobinsport, Pierce is considered an expert in and left last Wednesday evening for Charleston, Mo., where compass installing. At one station they will spend" Christmas and part of under his inspection is one of the "Mrs. largest, if not the largest, compass in the winter with It locates A. J. Drinkwater, and Mr. Drink-wate- r. the Navy Department. Before returning in the spring, ships 600 miles at sea, and is a very Mr. and Mrs. Drinkwater will spend powerful machine. Pierce joined the Naty two years some time with their daughter. Mrs. ago, and he has prove wonderfully T. S Wane, and Mrs. Wane, of Col skillful in the Kadio service umbus, Ky I their-daughte- r, program of Christmas music. The Christmas message in sermon C. We know that our accomplishments are due primarily to the fact that we have a GOOD, STRONG FINANCIAL INSTITUTION based on a COUR- TEOUS, STRONG and SERVICEABLE FOUNDATION, coupled with the unlimited cooperation of our large corps of patrons which has made our showing wonderful. you and our many friends for the innumerable favors shown us this year, and we wish for you and yours a Merry Christmas, Peace, Prosperity and Happiness for the New Year. C We want to thank Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Company Fourth and Market Streets, Louisville, Kentucky We wish to take this opportunity to thank our friends for their loyally, generous patronage which have made possible the and phenominal success of this bank. W e realize that this alone has had all to do witfi its growth to such proportions, and want our friends to know that we appreciate their patronage and assure them every effort will be made to merit their continued support. We are especially prepared to serve you in all kinds of Banking and Trust business. Our Departments in Commercial Banking, Savings Accounts. Trust Department, Safety Vault, Bond Department and Christmas Savings Club, are under the supervision of men of experience, who have made a success in their undertakings. We issue American Bankers Association, Travelers Cheques, payable in all parts of the world. Buy and sell Foreign Exchange. C Our Slogan: Make 1920 BIGGER. Farmers Bank & Trust Co. HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY EXCERPTS FROM OPINION OF COURT OF APPEALS IN FRAIZE WILL entire estate, as provided for by Mr. Fraize in the codicil to the will. Commenting upon the testimony adduced by the contestants the court said : SSWrwrrStimr Comparative Statement of Assets Dec. 31, 1917 Dec. 31, 1918 Building owned by Bank. - - Dec. 20, 1919 - - 11,666,624.92 $2,160,939.60 $3,609,432.21 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS V. J. BULLTITT, $600,000.00 Fres.; B BERNHKIM, V Pre.; P L. ATHERTON, V. Pre.; PAUL COMPTON, Secretary; P. J. BOHNE, Treaaurer; K. S. RAPIER, Att. Treasurer; J. F. EISENBEIS, Ast Treasurer officers "The contestants introduced thirty-fiv- e witnesses, of which number three CASE were doctors, the others laymen. None of these doctors was the personal physician of Mr. Fraize, nor had they been closely associated with him, Judge Sampson Says Evidence Was Insufficient to Show Mr. and each gave it as his opinion on the facts stated in the hypothetical Fraize Mentally Incomptent Tribute Paid the Deceased. question propounded that Mr. Fraiae was mentally incapable of taking a of rational property, or in reversing the Judgement of the Breck- knowing surveynaturalhisobjects of his Court of Appeals the inridge Circuit Court, 'setting aside the will of the late Frank bounty, or of disposing of his proto a fixed purpose of Fraize, says in its opinion, written by Judge Sampson, that the perty accordingthe hypothetical quesLn his own Trial Court should never have let the jury consider the case, tion are included a goyd many facts which because the evidence insufficient to show that Mr. Fraize was ence. are not borne out by the evid incompetent mentally to make a valid will. "Aside from the evidence of the The Court pays a high tribute to the business career of Mr. doctors, which is chiefly confined to their opinions as men learned of their Fraize and to his wife, and states that there could be no better profession, appellees called in several evidence of the mental soundness of Mr. Fraize than the fact nonexpert witnesses, all of whom that he left all of his property to Mrs. Fraize and their son, pro- were personally acquainted with the testator and some of whom were aa-viding that upon the death of either the survivor should take all sociated with him more or less, up to the time of his last sickness. A few of the property. them however, had no intercourse Excerpt Prom The Opinion. and codicil, he was unduly influenced, with him more than a casual meeting on the street or about town, with little Perhaps in the entire history of the h. July 1918, a Special Term of the or no opportunity for conversation Courts of this County, no trial ever Circuit Court was called and the trial with him, or to observe his acts and attracted the attention and interest of held A jury was permitted to pass conduct A large number of these the people generally, as the effort up- upon the questions at issue and nine nonexpert witnesses expressed no on the part of the nieces and nephews of the 12 jurors returned a verdict opinion whatever as to the testamensetting aside the will. From this Mrs. tary capacity of Fraize, at the time of of the.latc, Frank Fraisc, of Clover-porto act aaide his will, which he Fraiae appealed, and on the 18th. day the making of the will and codicil, made in April, 116, and the codicil of December, 1919, the Court of Ap- - while others did give their opinion. thereto written in September, 1910, peals, by Judge Sampson, handed Continuing the Court Said: upon the grounds that Mr Fraiat was j down an oponion, refusing to permit "The few facts which they relate legal testamentary the judgement of the lower court to not posscaacd of (Continued On Pag I) capacity, and that in nuking aaid Vill stand and giving aim Fraiae the t, I PAGE f Mr. and Mrs. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, A miscellaneous shower was given Rev. C. L Nicely and Mrs. Niecly, Mondav evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan Miss Virginia Head arrived home Thursday night to spend the yuletide with her parents, Mr and Mrs. H B Head Mrs Mary Heston, Hardinsburg, has been the guest of Mr and Mrs J C Payne. Miss Virginia Bandy. Danville, and Miss Ruth Marshall, I.ouisville, are spending the holidays with their par ents. Mr. and Mrs Virgil Brite will spend with their parents, at the week-enLewisport. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, Chicago, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Hawes. Miss Lottie Trent of Asbury College is at home for the holidays. Miss Evelyn Gross who is a student of the Girls High School, Louisville, d CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY DECEMBER 24. 1919 ville, last week. TEACHING FOREIGNERS Mr and Mrs. Roy McCoy left SatAMERICAN WAYS. urday for Louisville, where they will spend Christmss with her mother. A Work Thata Being Carried On by Mrs Marshall Department of Agricultural Mr. Elmer Smith, of Louisville, spent last week the guest of Mr. and Earnest effort to acquaint foreigstt Mrs. Wm. Butler. Kirby Tucker is the guest of Mr. people in this country with American ways of thought and living is being and Mrs P M Tucker made this year by various agencies, including the extension service of the MOOK U. S. Department of Agriculture and Mr and Mrs Zelba Tucker returned the State agricultural colleges. Within from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John the territory of nearly every county or Buckler, Wednesday. home demonstration agent are to be Mr. Henry J. Hayes was in Louis- found a greater or less number of ville and New Albany, last week. people, living quite to themselves and Homer Pile was in Louisville, Tues- - speaking their native language almost ,!,, art, I Wrrtnradav entirely. These people from other M. Drane returned from Louisville, lands are usually very appreciative . mere of any effort made to teach them Wednesday night having been' selling tobacco. American ways, and they welcome inMr. and Mrs. Ava Lesley are the struction in the cooking of American parents of a son, Victor, born Decem- foods, the making 'of American clothber 17th. es, and even the growing of vegeMr S. C. Leslie was in Leitchfield, tables that thrive here. last week. In. Lake Charles, La., is a Mexican Mr and Mrs. Homer Tucker and community, which is as typically baby. Esther, visited at Bank Lucas', Mexican as if it were located in MexTuesday and Wednsday of last week. ico. The home demonstration agent Mrs. Bunk Armes spent last week in that parish hae been endeavoring with her daughter, Mrs. Ava Lesley this year to bring about a change in and Mr. Lesley. living conditions. A sewing class has Joe Pile was at Vic Pile's at Har- been organized and garden work enned, doing concrete work two days couraged, previously, only two people of last week. in this Mexician community had ever Elaa Dodson returned from Illinois, had a garden. Among the things the Saturday. mothers wished to learn was how to Miss Kate Lucas, of Duncans Val- ., make American "cookies. One of the Del-mley, is visiting her sister, Mrs. women offered to teach the home snH Mr Lucas, this week. economics worker how to make the I Bellou, of finest of Mexican hot tamales if she Mr. and Mrs Allen Michigan, recently visited her father, would in turn teach her hoy to make Mr. W. V. Fentress and family. American pastry. While they learn Merry Christmas and Happy New American cooking and sewing it is Year to all. hoped that incidentally they will learn not only the American language but FARMERS BANK AND TRUST American ideas of living as well. CO., ISSUE CALENDARS. NEWS FROM Point Henry Cowley, at West ited Mr I THE COUNTY HARDINSBURG Mrs Florence Moorman, of Louisville, after a visit with her daughter, Mrs J R Meador, and Mr. Meador, left Sunday for her home. Mrs. Ktta Rhodes has gone to ( len erport, to spend the winter "with her sister, Mrs James Lewis and Mr. Lewis. Rev J. T Norman returned Sunday from Providence, R. I., after a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Norman. E. K Sutton, of Louisville, after a short visit with his father, Dr. J. C Sutton, has .returned. Mrs. Sailie B Coke and son. Milton Coke, left Friday for Louisville, to spent the holidays with her brother, is visiting her mother. JU4 Reard. L. D. Jones, who spent a few days Lieut Wm. M . Conniff returned to in this cttv on htisiness, has retuxned Camp Gordon, Ga., last Monday having spent thirty days with his mother, to Frankfort. Miss Ruby Eskridge arrived Mon- Mrs. Adele Conniff. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Piggott and day from Birmingham, Ala. Murray Beard, who is a student at daughter, Dorothy Claire, of Vincen-neInd., are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. the K. M. I. school will spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Sailie W. J. Piggott. Misses Helen Board. Margaret GibBeard Albert Brown, of Detroit, Mich., is son and Susie Thomas Payne Mr. the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. RusseJI Ashcraft students at Russell-ville- , are spending the holidays with Gus Brown. Noe and Virgil Finley are visiting their parents. Miss Mary Henry is assisting in the relatives in St. Louis. Mo. Dr. Sphire and son, have returned Irvington Pharmacy during the holi from Louisville, after spending the days. week-en- d with relatives. Miss Nannie Cowley is visiting relMiss Mildred Marshall, of Cordyon. atives here. Ind., is the guest of Miss Lena Whits, field. D. L. McGary spent Friday in STEPHENSPORT Miss Ida Waggoner is the guest of her brother, C. B. Waggoner, and Mrs. Waggoner. A. J. Dye and E. L. Dowell were in Cloverport, Saturday. Miss Bessie Watlington is spending the Christmas holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs N. H. Watlington, Miss Nannie Lee Gardner, who is attending school at Bowling Green, is spending the Christmas vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cunningham, Chenault. Mrs. Russell Pendleton returned Sunday after a visit with relatives at Holloway, Ohio. Edward Carr Atkisson, of Louisville, was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell. Mrs Edd Sago was in Cloverport, Saturday shopping. Misses Mary and Flossie Canary, L. D. Canary and little brothers left Saturday to spend the holidays with relatives at Columbus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tinius were guests last week. of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Basham, near New Bethel. James Hall, of Owensboro. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smiith Owen Maysey sold his home, better known as Mrs. Bettie Napper's property to H. M. Brumfield. Mrs. Eliza Rollins is spending the remainder of the winter with her niece. Mrs. Wm. Pumphrey, Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schopp returned from Louisville. Friday accompanied by Miss Aline Cohen, who will be their guest for a few days. Miss Eliza Meador enroute from Chenault to her home in Hardinsburg was the guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gardner. Mis A B. Cashman and children, were in Cloverport, Thursday. Mrs O. W. Dowell and children, will spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. WmJ Dowell;' I nion Star. W. T Cunningham was in CloverMrs. A. B. Crawford is spending the winter with her daughter. Mrs. H. S. English. Mrs Mary C. Heston spent Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Payne, and Mr. Payne, of Irvington Hepry I)e Haven Moorman has returned from Washington, D. C Misses Sheila Poole and Pauline k in LouisRyan spent the ville. Wayne Hall left Monday for Virginia, Illinois., to visit his sister, Mrs. B. H. Wilson, and Mr. Wilson. Everett Meador and Willard Dris-ke- ll have returned from Louisville. Mr H. Pate, of Decatur, III. is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. J. H. Lewis and Mr. Lewis. Atty. Claude Mercer was in Brandenburg, Friday. Lindsay Kinclieloe. of Louisville, spent Xiuas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M L Kincheloe. Mrs. Wm. Sims and children, of Irvington, Miss Bess Watlington, of Stephcnsport, and Miss Judith Watlington, of Webster, are the guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Watlington. . Mrs Claude Mercer spent the weekend in Louisville John R Walker, who goes to school in Columbia. Tenn , is here for the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs L. Walker. Praacil Dillon, of Akron, O... arrived Monday to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs. P Dillon. Mrs. Bernard Rhodes, of Kirk, was here Wednesday. Mr Byron Dejarnett. of George-tow- n is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs S. T Dejarnett. Mr Wilbur Brown, of Gary. Ind. is the guest of his brother, Oscar Brown, and Mrs Brown. Mrs StatM, of Bowling Green, is the guest of relatives. Prof J. F, Bowlds and Mrs. Bowlds left Saturday for Owensboro. Thomas O'Donohue spent Monday and Tuesday in Louisville. Misses Katie and Addie K Eskridge g their mother, oi Hazard, arc Mrs. Addie Eskridge. Mrs E Mr Davis was the Sunday of her brother. Mr. A. T. Drane. isiu-s- t and Mr ltrane, of Irvington. John Elder, of Alton, 111, came Friday to visit his mother. Mrs. Anna Elder. Leo HabcK, of Louisville, is the guest of his father, J. T. Hoben. Miss Louise Berry, of Nazareth, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Berry. Mary O'Reilly, of Mt. St. M.s Joseph arrived Saturday to visit her parent.;, Mr and Mrs. Tom O'Reilly. Dr. Ray, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Martinia Monarch. Marvin Beard. Jr. of Nashville, Tenn., and Ralph Beard, of Elkton. arrived Saturday to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M D Beard Mrs Henry Trent and baby, and Miss Liitiiic Walls, who spent several days in Louisville, have returned. mid-wee- Owensboro. Mrs. P. B. Hoskin is visiting m and Mrs. Scott Cart, of' Shiloh from Sunday until Monday. Leitchfield Roy H. Rassett. of Eliiahethtown. Christmas tree and exercises at the is visiting L S. Brashesr Roy has school house Wednesday afternoon been with the geographical survey for the 34th. Tom Jones went to Henryville, Ind , the past 14 months Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Philpot. of last week to see his father, who is ill, Stony Point, were the Sunday guests hut reported better at this time. Lawes Moorman went to Louisville, of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Philpott Mr and Mrs Charlie Noble have this week where he will be at his moved to their farm near Garfield home with Mr. and Mrs. Jeff D. Owen during the winter. which they recently purchased. Rev E. B. English preached here Vertis Sketo, of Lodiburg, spent A Christmas Sermon last Wednesday nighjt with L. S. last Sunday. from second chapter in Luke. A beauRrashear. Miss Mollie Barr and Messrs Eu- tiful sermon. Rev. Roe will preach a Christmas gene Morton Barr and Pollock. Claude Dodson called on Mr. and sermon here on next Sunday at his Mrs Gus Barger, last Sunday evening. church We are so blessed with good B. the little preaching at both churches. Adkisson Ludwell Mrs Melvin Burnett, who fell and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. S. J Brash-ea- r happened to a painful accident last hurt her arm badly, we are glad to Saturday while playing on a high say is able to go about now. The little infant of Clarence Serporch with a dog. The dog knocked him off the porch backward, braising mon's was buried here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mattingly hia head but fortunately no bones have moved back 'home from Illinois. broken. Mrs. E. L. Robertson spent last Morton Wheeler has sold his farm, known as the Charlie Graham place Friday and Saturday in Louisville, to George Brown near Union Star and shopping. will have a sale on Dec. 27. Gives posMiss Bettie Moorman is at home from Louisville for the holidays. session the first of the year. Francis Hardesty. of Amnions will stay with Mrs J. B. Frymire this HARNED winter. Mrs C. C. Stewart quit her school Robert Weatherford and Wilbur here Monday on the account of the Pile, were in Louisville, last week. weather being so bad. She had taught Rev Roe, of Hardinsburg, filled his 3 months and came from home all the regular appointment at the Methodist time, a 4 mile ride. She had a nice church, Sunday. treat for her pupils and the visitors. Mrs. Kate Tucker who has been The many friends of Joe Robert- visiting her son, in Louisville, reutrn-e- d son thought they would surprise home Friday. She was accompanied him last Wednesday night, it being by her nephew, Ernest Tucker, who his 55 birthday, but it leaked out on will spend a few days here. the wire and Mr. Robertson heard it Hardy Pate, of Decatur. III., is However he didn't let on until the visiting relatives here. crowd came in and all reported a nice The Woman's Misionary Society of time, and left wishing Mr. Robertson Ephesus congregation met Thursday many, many more birthdays. afternoon. The following officers were The writer wishes the Breckenndge elected for the coming year: Mrs. J. News a Happy Xmas and a prosper- M. Crume. President; Mrs. James Mcous New Year. Coy. Vice President; and Mrs. C. L. GLEN DEAN A fine litlc girl came to the home She of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson. has been named Eleanor Wilson. Dr. Hale visited his mother, who is very ill at her home in Clarkson, last week. Hardinsburg. Miss Ruba Black, of Louisville, who has been visiting relatives here has returned home. Miss Lillian May left Saturday for Cloverport, where she will spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. May. Rev. C. L. Bruington was in Louis- - Bruington, Secretary. The Farmers Bank and Trust Co., of Hardinsburg, has complimented its patrons this year with equisite calendars for 1820. The calanders are in lavender with the picture, The Land of the Sky Blue Water, in beautiful colors, attached They indeed represent the prosperity of the Bank and their patrons feel honored to have shared in the prosperity in this WARSHIP NAMED IN - HONOR OF NEWSPAPER WAR SERVICE. Philadelphia, Dec. 23. The American Press, a ship named in recognition of American newspaper war service, waa launched at Hog. Island, man-age- Tuesday, December 22. The sponsor was Miss Elizabeth C. Stone, daug-te- r r of Melville E. Stone, general of thjAsodaedPj'ess 3 I Dtis Shre Wishes lov A Very MER13V CHRISTMAS I and your share of all the joys that attend this great holiday. Time brings changes but Christmas reveals ever its old fashicned appeal. port. Friday During yuletide hours the old become young again youth and old age are one. Forget dull care and worries and remember only that the happiness of others is to be considered and that this Store rejoices with you on this occasion and hopes that for you there may be many more Christ-maseeach with its quota of happi- s, GARFIELD Rev. Harvey ular IRVINGTON Lewis Beuiielt Moremen, a student of Lexington, is spending the holidays here. Fannie Harrington and Misses spent Dora Waggoner, Cloverport. with Miss Eva May the week-end Dana Lyddau arrived home Saturday from Klktou, to spend the yule-tid- e with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. (, N Lyddan at Park Place. Misses Mabel and Nelle Adkins en ti Mined at a dance Saturday evening. Mrs A. T. Drane is the proud possessor of a new player piano. Mrs Pomp McCoy, Louisville is the guest of Mr and Mrs. Ginger Bandy Mr and Mrs Clarence McGlothlan, Chattaneega, Tenn, are guests of their parents, Mr and Mrs. T. N. Mc-- ( Miss Nell Conniff, Louisville, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Adele Conniff Miss Florence Akers is at home Irom St Joseph's to spend Xmas with her pareuts, Mr and Mrs John Akers R. L. Lyon, Hopkiusville, is expected next week to spend Christmas holiday with his parents. Mr. aud Mis. Bernard Morrison and attractive little daughter, Mary Jo at Hawesville. pent the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs I on Cowley will spend several days of next week with -- (hapin. church Sunday. Miss Evelyn Bruington, of Harned. was the guest of Misses LeGrand, Friday night. The Woman's Missionary Society Presbyterian Cumberland of the church of Freedom met with Mrs. Finis Johnson, last week. Paul Whitworth, who is attending school in Louisville, is spending the hohdavs at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Whitworth. Mrs Grant Dennie, who died Sunday morning was buried Monday in the Haynes cemetery. C. H. McEven, of Sacramento, has returned home after conducting a singing school at this place for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Dowell, of Hardinsburg. were guests Sunday of relatives here. Mr and Mrs, Wilton Pries, of Louisville, are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a baby girl. Mrs. Pries was before her marriage Miss Esther Meador, of Custer Mr and Mrs. Joe McCrume, Misses Evelyn Bruington, and Lillian May and Mr. Marvin Bruington, of Harned attended singing here Friday night. Several of the teachers in and Garfield, attended the teachers association at Hardinsburg. English filled, his regappointment at the Baptist . ness. This is the wish of a Firm that measures the value of customers by friendship. S. W. ANDERSON CO. INCORPORATED " Wbtr Ciurttiy Rtifmt" ' OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY FRYMIRE V. R. Dodson was in Hardinsburg, last Wednesday having dental work done. Miss Ida Wheeler spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paris Barr. Mrs Will Shelman, who has been confined to her bed for the last two weeks is some better. Misses Fannie Bruner and Gertrude Barr spent Wednesday night with Mr. aud Mrs. Joe Robertson Miss Matilda Barger is staying with Mr and Mrs. Will Shclinan during Mrs. Shclman's illness. Mrs. E. R. Cart and two children. Elroy Scott and Mabel Franklin vis ilothlan L k 4bpkSIbi i4J jscv. HHu a 'JFttF nflH jj ' DECEMBER 24, 1919 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY RXCKRPTS FROM OPINION OF COURT OF APPEALS IN PRAIZS WILL CASE. (Continued From Page 1) PAOB S U.S. TO CONTROL SUGAR IN 1920 J House Follows Senate in Auth- - (meaning the contestants' witnesses) orizing Continuance of Sugar' are soso disconnected and 'many of them irrevelent as to reflect little Control. light upon the real mental condition of Mr. Fraize. Their opinions, Washington. Dec. 16. The Govern-men- t therefore, based upon these s facts are intitled to very little wilt continue to control the supply and diitrihution of sugar during weight " Commenting upon the testimony JWO This was assured when the House followed the Senate action adduced by Mrs. Fraize, the Court and authorized the continuance of the said: Sugar Equalisation Board with" vir"The executrix and sole devisee, tually its war powers for another year Mrs. Fraize called about twenty witin the hope that the sugar shortage nesses, among them Dr. Clark a personal physician of Mr. Fraize, the thus could be relieved. The House vote was 236 to 34, and other, aside from the widow, Mrs. the bill was passed over the protest of Cornelia W. Fraize were businessmen the representatives of the Southern and women who were intimately assugar growers. Such action was neces sociated with Mr. Fraize for some sary. because otherwise the board un- years next before his death, and who der the law would have discontinued were in the best position of all living people to know the actual mental conDecember 31. Greater powers are provided for the dition of the testator at the time, as aboard in the bill of the House author well as before and after the making ixing the extension than were agreed of the will and codicil. Among this to in the Senate. The House agreed list is the personal attorney for Mr. Predicts Prominent Woman Physito give the board all its war powers of Fraize prepared both of the tescian of W. F. M. S., Methodist licensing dealers and large users of tamentary papers and who frequently Church. sugar in addition to the powers of consulted, with his client concerning buying and allocating supplies ex business matters along about the time "Ten years of awakening in China tended by the Senate. Thia was done of the making of the papers and for at the present rate will place the at the request of George A. Zabriske, some time before. This attorney, Mr. Celestial Republic among the world's head of the board, who said other Claude Mercer, says that he prepared greatest powers," predicts Dr. Ida wise the extension would be ineffec- the will at the offices of Mr. Fraize Khan, Chinese woman physician who tive in meeting the situation. Com- at Cloverport, and that it was dictated came to New York recently to attend fix prices given by by Mr. Fraize. These are his words: the power International Conference of tlete Senate to House. was bill now " 'Mr. Fraize told me what he wantThe and Woman Doctors Dr. Kahn, together ed done with his property. He said with another Chinese girl. Dr. Mary goes to conference. Haugen (Iowa), he Wanted his wife and son, Fred, to Stone, was adopted in early childRepresentative chairman of the House Agriculture have it all and if one died before he hood bv an American missionary in Committee, in reporting the bill to- died (Fraize) the survivor should get China, Miss Gertrude Howe, who it all.' " day, declared that the failure of the educated them, fiinally sending them The Court then commented upon to the United States, where they were President to authorize the board to purchase the entire Cuban crop after the testimony of Mr. A. B. Slcillman, graduated from the medical course at it was offered to the Government by Mr. William H. Bowmer and Miss the University of Michigan. They the producers had contributed largely Pauline Moorman, all of whom stated are both not only heads of hospitals their business relations with the tes- now in China, but are also prominto present high prices. An absolute embargo on sugar ex- tator and all of whom stated that un- ent in promoting China's welfare in to the questionably Mr. Fraize possessed various ways. Dr. Kahn is in comports was recommended The plete charge of a woman's and childHouse Interstate and Foreign Com:, legal testamentary capacity. merce Committee by Representatives court also, quoted at length from the ren's hospital in Nanchans. Kiarnrsi Dallinger (Mass ) and Elliot (Ind ). testimony of Dr. Clark, who stated Province, supported by the Woman's positively that Mr. Fraize, for a man Foreign Missionary Society of the but the committee took no action. of his age (being 'then About 85 Methodist Episcopal Church. She is years old) was possessed of an un- a frequent contributor to Millard's MATERNAL ADVICE. usual strong and vigorous mentality. Review. "Mother, may I learn to fly" "We are a deeply patriotic people." "Yes, my darling girl. Continuing Further the Court Said: said Dr. Kahn "I do not think the world understands us, because we But when you're 'way up in the sky; "Old age along does not disqualify have been taught to stay within ourDon't stop to fix a curl." one from disposing of his property by selves. There is a large faction that Kansas City Journal. will. No court has ever so held, yet would like to fight Japan about And when above the world so high contestants have little else to intitle Shantnug, but all the arms and muni- biplane bucks and tosses, Your their cause to consideration than'the tons are in the hands of the govern O, my daughter, do jiot try extreme old age of the testator and ment, and the government is bought To powder your probosis. Hopkinsville New Era. his defective hearing and eyesight, ad by Japanese money. ded to his decrepid physical, condi' In Nanchang the Chinese men and Nor bother with the paint box quick, tion which is largely due to his brok- women are organizing patriotic soc- And lose your bearings all too But mind your business "Curly Locks" en hip or limbs. As one grows older ieties and collecting money to redeem his sensibilities are dulled, his eye- our resources, especially our railroads, If you must be an aviatrix. sight dimmed and his hearing less from the hands of the Japanese. The acute, but this is not mental unsound- rialroad is mismanaged and practicA PREFERENCE. ness nor are such facts alone entitled ally bankrupt, and the Japanese mortto be considered as tending to prove gagees will soon foreclose. We are Knicker America is the melting testamentary incapacity." trying to raise enough money to save pot His fortune of something more it, but we hope that American capital Bocker Fine, but we'd rather be than $100,000.00 was the result of his may be interested enough to take it the sugar bowl. own intelligence, industry and busi out of Japanese hands and run it. ness astuteness. He had the reputa- The Japanses cheat us all the time. tion of being and was regarded by the We are never safe, but we would citizenship of Cloverport as one of the have confidence in the American way best, if not the best, business man in of doing things. century. that city for about "Through Central China houseThe people with whom he dealt had wives, working people and school no doubt as to his ability to manage children are making promises never and control his affairs, and they all to buy Japanese goods, for the rest looked upon him as a man of unusual of their lives. The shops now show business acumen. Of course, in his last only European and American goods. days he was so enfeebled physically It was always Japanese, Japanese, In accordance with its and embarrassed by the loss of his wherever one went, before. policy of sight and hearing that he could have "Matters with the Japanese will working with as well as but little intercourse with the public come to a head some time. And the generally. But to his intimate friends Chinese are not a cowardly or phlegfor its customers, and close business associates he dis- matic people, as they have been replayed in conversation and business presented. The Bank of Hardinsburg Little school teachers much of the old skill and adroitness have been cutting their thumbs and which had characterized his business writing in blood a promise to boy& Trust Company life and easily made him the leader in cott Japanese goods, so aroused are his line in the county." has equipped itself to asthey over Japan's attitude toward "Here the will is entirely rational China. A nation whose women would sist the business men and on its face. The testator had no do that is not a nation to sit like farmers of Hardinsburg children or grandchildren. . His wife patience on a monument forever. and Breckinridge county had been his life long companion, "The trouble with China is that she faithful and true. A large part of their is inarticulate. The people who have in the preparation of their early fortune came from her father's leisure to present her case in the estate. Fraize used her money as his foreign papers cannot write, and the Income Tax Returns own and mixed and mingled it with people who can write are too busy. his estate." You are invited to avail After my hospital work was done, I "To whom could he have given his have sat at midnight preparing artiyourself of this phase of property to have better shown his cles on China for foreign papers. I our specialized service. mental soundness than to his wife and believe China needs to be introduced This return is due as of son?" to the Europeans, and I do 'my bit,' The Court then comments that after but my doctor's work must come beJanuary 1, 1930. of his son, Mr. Fraize sent fore my writing. the death for the same attorney, Mr. Mercer, "We really have more in common THE BANK OF HARDINSwho had prepared the will in April, with America than you would think 1919, and atated that he desired to at first. Orientals of course arc nevBURG & TRUST COMPANY make a codicil to his will. The attor er as free and easy as occidentals. ney suggested to him that no change But the Chinese are not sneaky. They Hardinsburg, Ky. in the will was necessary because the are trustworthy and honest, especially original will provided that in case of m business. Foreign nations are mis the death of either his son or wife taken in not cultivating Chinese friendship, for China is a richer counENOS SPENCER. fW try than Japan, has greater natural resources, and offers a wider field for commercial activities." Dr. Kahn further stated that Japan had already begun a policy of aggression in Siberia, having landed over 70,000 troops instead of the 7,000 arranged for. "The idea is," said Dr. Kahn, "to cement a union which will extend far enough east to include Germany. While China A 9MMUUUH.V SSSOOStPOStATM INSTITUTION Of LKAHNINU is so located as to be a check to this SZ1 GUTHRIE STREET. North of Postoffic LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY menace, she would be powerless to Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students act without arms and ammunition." Proba-tivelesto-da- y china soon will power. a be Court said : "This codicil was dictated by Fraize and was written at his urgent request in spite of the suggestion of the attorney that it was unnecessary, which One-fift- h of U. S. School Childproves beyond controversy that ren are Under-Nourishe- d had a mind of his own and a More Care Needed in fixed purpose to dispose of his property according to a plan of his own. Their Diet. He cohld not even be influenced by his attorney nor turnetl from his purAt least one-fiftof all the school pose to make certain and definite children in the United States are which he feared might be uncerthat it has been estain and indefinite in his will." timated. On the allegation of undue influence; sult, as inThis condition is not the remany lands, of lack of food, made by the contestants, the Court disposed of that question in the breif VZ? .it. ii, i giving statement: children right kinds of food "There was a total absence of evid- tneir right kind the not The is necessarily more ence of undue influence." expensive than the wrong kind and On the verdict of the Jury the oftentimes costs less. An underCourt said nourished child is physically, mentally verdict in this case is flagrant- and "The sometimes morally below par and ly against the weight of the evidence." shows it in appearance, school work, and conduct. In order to arouse the attention of parents to the necessity of giving a child proper food, at many fairs home h under-nourished to-da- "the survivor shall have the entire estate " Commenting upon this fact tht CHILDREN NEED WHOLESOME FOOD ing these hens to common males; DOG CARRYING LIFE flrl 3 was produced by breeding LINE, RESCUES 92. flock I to a rooster from a high-produci- Animal Swims Ashore Where Boats Could Not Live. OCrling, N. F l)er Passengers and crew of the coastal steamship 1 F.thie. : World - to-d-ay j -' were brought ashore on a life line which was run out from the ship by a Newfoundland dog after their vessel piled upon Martin's Point. Boats could not make the hazardous passage from the stranded steamship. An effort to shoot the line ashore failed when the line became caught Men did not dare attempt the trip in Read the Christmas greeting ads this issue of The Breckenridge through the waters and so the dog News. was put overboard Directed by officers of the Ethie the animal succeeded in releasing the rope and holding it tightly in his teeth fought his way through the breakers to the shore. With block and tackle the Eithe's crew, aided by fishermen on the shore, rigged a life saving device, using a boatswain's chair for a carriage. One by one in this chair ninety-on- e of the 24A acres of land, more or less, ninety-tw- o persons aboard were haullocated near the Hardinsburg ed to safety. A baby, 18 months old, demonstration agents, working under & Cloverport Pike, known as the United States Department of i was pulled ashore in a mail bag. The Ethie, which has been engaged Agriculture and the State agricultural the C. L. Hawkins farm, about colleges have measured and weighed in. the coastal service between Curling V, miles North West of Hardthe children brought to them at their and Labrador ports went ashore last insburg. A splendid opportunity Wednesday during a gale. booths. At the Windsor Fair in to purchase a good farm within 177 boys and girls were PUREBREDS PAY IN POULTRY ed and measured by. the home demona few hundred yards of the new RAISING AS WELL AS STOCK. stration agent. The majority were Federal Highway, as now locatfrom 8 to 12 years of age. Of the 85 ed and surveyed. That the value of pure bred males boys who were weighed, 43 were underweight. Of the 92 girls 55 were un counts as much in poultry raising as Address or See derweight. Arrangements have been in stock raising is shown by the re-- I cords of three flocks of Leghorns, made with the home economics comCLAUDE MERCER mittee of the town to follow upthe the data for which have been supplied the United States Department of Hardintburt, Ky. cases where there were marked signs of malnutrition. The children them- - Agriculture by the North Carolina Attorney for Mrs. Cornelia W. selves were much interested and were Experiment Station. Flock 1, the egg Fraize, the owner. kren ahoi.t leaminr hu, tA train production of which is included in weight and health. Bulletins on child tnese records, consisted ot common feeding and suggestions as to changes hens; flock 2 was produced by breed- in diet were received with appreciation. Talks on proper diet for a child are sometimes given to the children in schoolrooms. In Pottawatamie county lowa, the home demonstration agent in September talked to 5,029 children in schools on the value of milk, cereals, and vegetables in their diet. When possible, a second weighing is made several weeks after the first talk, when the children have had time to obtain results from changing their diet. The improvement is marked in those who have followed numbering ninety-tw- o persons, hen. The following year the original flork laid 89 eggs a hen; flock 2 laid an average of 89 eggs a hen; and flock 3 laid an average of 134 eggs a hen Thi increase of 54 per cent in one year tells very specifically the benefits of using a purebred male. Rut the percentages alone do not tell the whole story, for a big proportion of the increase came at a season May and June when the production of flocks 1 and 2 was relatively low and the prices were good ttXTZJETl "ZTLSZ FOR SALE Con-netic- ut i We Wish You All i j A Merry Christmas -- JACK DEMPSEY WANTS 1380,000 TO BOUT WITH CARPENTIER OF FRANCE Paris, Dec. 16. Two hundred and fifty thousand dollars is the amount Jack Demspey wants to come to r ranee to fight Carpentier. M. Decoin, manager of the Wonderful Sporting Club of Paris, announces that he will pay the price. A cablegram from Jack Kearns, Dempsey's manager, was received by M. Decion this afternoon asking for this amount. Kearns says he has re- And A Happy New Year Income Tax one-ha- lf Service purse for a battle between Carpentier and Dempsey in America. Kearns also ask for the option of a percentage. M. Decoin wired Kearns that he was ready to guarantee him a quarter of a million dollars and wished to know what percehtage was desired. If he receives a satisfactory answer he will leave for Los Angeles to close the contract. inimed-iatcl- y ceived a bona fide offer of a $350,000 B. F. BEARD Si CO. Hardittiburx, Ky. long-establish- Extraordinary Land Sale The Ben S. Clarkson Estate At Big Springs, Meade County, Kentucky IN ITS ENTIRETY I AT PUBLIC AUCTION EARLY IN JANUARY To be subdivided and sold in small tracts. Sale De- Commercial School Slav-Japane- se to be conducted by the Louisville Real Estate & cure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. BODIES OF BURIED f Safe Investments Invtmnt Smcurititm on good, proven securities, explained in our free booklet. Investment Suggestion. Write for it. 68 SOLDIERS IN ENGLAND TO BE SENT HOME. U. S. JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. 210 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. The work of disinterring American soldiers' bodies in England will be started as soon as two officers and men of the Graves Registration Service of the Quartermaster Corps, New York City, who sailed for Southampton, Dec. 16th. on the transport Martha Washington, arrive at their destination. The detachment, which consists of five maaters of sections, seven supervising cmbalsners, ten technical assistants, sixteen inspectors and twenty conveyers is headed by Capt. W. H. Robertson. fifty-eig- velopment Co., D. C. Clarke, Manager, Louisville, Ky. In this big auction will be included in addition to the 1000 acres of splendid farm land, all the houses and lots in Big Spring owned by Mr. Clarkson, also all the live stock, implements, harness, tools and all kinds of provender, in short something for everybody. Watch the columns of this paper for date and detailed display for date and detailed display advertisement. a a PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Bone Poland China sow to farrow 12 pigs, 8 frote to death Thursday night This is her fourth litter and 44 piga. These are the first pigs she has ever lost. -C- DECEMBER 24, O I 191 The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAOE, Editor and Publisher EIOHT PAGES NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IRVINGTON Two Weddings Have Taken Place Real Estate Deal Henry Livers 111. o THE LAND OP CHRISTMAS. o Once upon a time there was a poor little lame boy who bad no toys. Tom knew this was true, for qne day, at the little boy's house. Tern asked him to bring out his toys, and the little boy answered, "I haven't any toys." Tom could hardly believe that there was anybody in the world without even one toy, so he went home and told little sister about it, and together they planned to bring the little boy a toy from the beautiful Land of issued Every Wednesday 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS : 1876 1919 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (or l BminrM rrintinn nrirr 11 H 0 mr: ftOr (or 4 mnnth 7iV Thanks,month! S line, charged for 10c at Be lor rach addition! inacrtion Card of oret far Knc aad raw ratr of UK per line. wmtuanra cnargea tor at tne rate ot or per unr, nwnij in aVsnrr Eiaraint the label on your paper. II it it not correct, pleaae notify aa. Allen Pierce has the material on the ground for his new home on his farm near Glen Dean. o)- l.xl NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading roar copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE friend who it not a aabscriher ; do not throw it away or destroy it. NEWS hand It to WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1919 Ch ist inns It is Christmas in the mansion-Yu- le log fires and silken frocks; It is Christmas in the cottage-Moth- ers filling little socks; It is Christmas on the highway, In the thronging busy mart; But the dearest, truest Christmas Is the Christmas in the heart. Selected GREETINGS. merry Christmas is much more than a seasonal greeting when we think of it rightly. The real and true meaning of a merry Christmas is service human, intelligent service, to one another every day in the year. So at this time of the year when we celebrate the birth of the One who made it possible for us to live and to exteid a merry Christmas greeting, we are happy in wishing for the readers of The Breckenridge News, the very merriest Christmas possible. One that will be filled with contenment and the joy of service. Not only Christmas, but may the days that follow find us extending the same greeting that makes for happiness so much at this time of the year. And now, a right merry Christmas to every onel A A merry Christmasl , Irvington, Ky.. Dec. 22 (Special) Miss Arbutus Baaom and Rev. C. L. Nicely were married Tuesday, Dec. embej 16, at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. J. H. Broom and Mrs. D. W. Henry Gives Cash Do- Broom, of Hopkinsville. They returned here Monday and are at home nation of $1. to Wife and All to their friends at the home of Mr. Children But One. and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan Miss Kflfie Smith, Sikeston, Mo, The will of D. W. Henry was pro- and Mr. Lon Cowley, of Irvington, bated in the County Court last Mon- were married in Carmi, III., December day. It reads as follows: In the name 15. Rev Smoot performed the cereMr. and Mrs. Cowley are of God, Amen. I, D. W. Henry, of mony. the town of Irvington, Breckinridge keeping house at their home on Maple County, Ky being in sound mind and street. C. L. Winn has sold hit farm to a memory and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life, man near Henderson. Consideration do therefore make, ordain, publish and $10,000. Mr. Henry Livers is quite ill at his declare this to be my last will and home near town. testament, that is to say His recovery is First After all my debts are paid not expected. and discharged. I give and bequeath to my daughter, Mary S. Henry, the BEAVIN AND WHEATLEY house and lot on the South East corner of First and Walnut streets, in FORM PARTNERSHIP IN the town of Irvington, Breckinridge THE CORNER GROCERY. county, Ky., occupied as a home, together with all money to my credit in Enlarging Their Supply of Groceries bank. Second To my wife, Sarah Henry Mr. Austin Beavin, who was formn and to each of my children, Mrs. Effie erly of the conRichardson, Mrs. Susie Warfield, Mrs. cern before the latter went to Howell, Sallie Thomas, Nick Henry and Dick has formed a new partnership with Henry, I will and bequeath one dol- Mr S. L. Wheatley in the corner lar cash. grocery on Main street adjoining the Third I hereby make, constitute and appoint my daughter, Mary S. Mr. Beavin became a partner of Mr. Henry to be executrix of this my last Wheatley's last week, and since then will and testament, without bond. the two have planned to enlarge their In witness whereof, I have here stock of groceries and will carry a unto subscribed my name this Nov. small stock of merchandise too. This 21, 1919. D. W. Henry. firm has one of the best business loWitnesses J. D. Ashcraft, Lon cations in Cloverport and bids fair to be a very successful partnership. BEQUEATHS ALL TO HIS DAUGHTER Christmas. Mother was willing for them to go, so hand in hand, on the day before Christmas went Tom and little sister. They did not kno wthe way, so they asked a feathery snowflake which came and lighted saucily on the end mT " C C , A.U. ..... nilgai Hiuniian, vyciiu jvu u On the tip of my warm finger. Tell me, where'a the Land of iy I And it answered. Oh, so softly; "Little boy and girl, politely Ask the tree that shinea so brightly If you seek the Land of Christmas." ney, and at last they arrived at the great tree all shining brightly across the white snow. When the children asked the way to Christmas Land, thus the shining tree responded; "Step into my trunk so hollow, Take the Magic Wand, and follow The Shining a?ath to Chrastmas So they stepped into the hollow trunk, where they found the magic wands. Tom chose a silver wand with a star at the end of it, and Little Sister a golden one, with a white dove at its end. When the children stepped out of the tree, they were surprised to find themselves grow very small indeed. And this they noticed if the magic wands were held aloft, the children remained small, but if the wands were lowered, the children grew large again. The children knew that in the Land of Magic they must obey all the great commands, so they started down the Shining Path, holding their magic wands high in the air. They journeyed on and on and at last they reached a great wall, and when they looked up they saw beautiful lights which spelled the words "Christmas Land" over the tiny gateway! Tom reached up and pulled the bell-rop- e, Christmas?" The children continued their jour- "Little fariea, tell my why see you sit so still and sigh; 1 will get trie box for you I Then the little breeae blew into a strong breeae and flew into the top of the tree. There he tugged and palled and puffed, until at last the string had to let go and down fell the box, red bow and all, into a soft bank of snow. The children were over-joye- d when the box containing the magic lantern was safe in their hands) Then they went back along the Shining Path, and very soon reached the great Shining Tree Into its hollow trunk they went, and left the magic wands, and as soon aa they stepped out into the daylight again, they found themselves as large aa ever. They ran on and on, nutil they finally reached the little boy's window. The setting sun was painting everything red and orange and gold, and when they peeped in, there lay the poor boy on his little cot, and his empty stocking hung from the back of a CnSir The chair stood near the window, and on the note that waa pinned to the stocking Tom read the words "Dear Santa Claus: If you should happen to have just one toy to spare for me, won't you please leave me a magic lantern?" Tom softly opened the window and placed the box with its precious toy on the chair near the empty stocking. Then the children slipped away to their home, where they told Mother their secret. the lantern had not been a magic lantern, for in some way it had taken a picture of Tom, and another of Little Sister. So the next morning the happy little boy hat in hia chair opposite the screen which hia poor, mother had put up. Together they watched eagerly for the first picture. And would you believe it, that telltale machine showed, first,' Tom's smiling face, and then Little Sister's hard-workin- And all would have gone well, of Beavin-McCracke- g post-offic- e. dimpled one! We Will Buy All Your Produce We can pay you highest market prices for all your produce. Bring us your chickens, geese and eggs. We know you will be satisfied. Cash paid for all produce. In Chicago $100,000,000 will be spent this year for Christmas presents to prove there is a Santa Claus. This sum comes out of the pockets of men and women who expect no material gain for their money, but who have found more pleasure in giving than receiving. We have devoted a large part of this issue to the children of Breckinridge County in publishing theiri letters to Santa Claus. It is with pleasure that we do this for our little readers, and we hope that each will find Santa Claus still lives, and is the glorious saint of old who fulfills all of their fond desires Fine Christmas weather isn't it? EVENTS THAT TRANSPFRED 7WENTY-FIVYEARS AGO E Taken From The Breckenridge News, In Cloverport. Five inches of snow fell on Christmas. . Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1894 FARM AND STOCK One of the largest loads of tobacin Hardinsburg was delivered grown and hauled by Dora Mattingly. It weighed out :,000 pounds brought $27.50 per 100 netting $8:25. Dennie Sheeran was the buyer. -(- o)co Union Star, sold 665 pounds of Burley over the Cloverport Loose Leaf floor, Friday, Dec. 12, at an average of $43.25. L O. Jolly, -(- Ed Haynes, one of the best tobacco growers in the Webster district sold his crop of 8,000 pounds to Tom Wilson .it $ in round. Mr. Haynes raised 10,000 pounds last year and sold it at $25 round. Moorman has bought over 20,000 pounds of tobacco at Glen Glen c)- (o) Dean W G. Winchell, Tobinsport, to Louisville, Monday. (o- )Pete Sheeran proprietor of the Woodland Valley Stock Farm near Rockhaven. was in Hardinsburg, last Monday on business. Mr. Sheeran says he has '.'00 acres of the best land in that valley. Shrewsberry. -(- o)went -(- o)Messrs. Bush and Cayce, the two genial gentlemen who run the "Texas" pay car, came in a little ahead of time last week so the boys could have some is spending his "Christmas money." They scattered nie Muckenfuss, Christmas at home this week with his about $18,000 along the road. Says there are a couple of familr. (o) fellows down there that he usually It took 25 clerks to wait on the peomeets at Xmas time that he won't ple, two rapid money changers and meet this year, old "Tom and Jerry." two wagons to haul off the goods at And he drew a long sigh. Sulzer's store during the holiday rush. -(- o) -(- c)Vic Pile, Harned, has a boar 8 A sneak theif entered the home of months old sired by Black Price, 1918, Grand Champion, with 8 in bone, and Mrs. Emma Smart on the Hill, and weighs 326 pounds, thin in flesh. Mr. robbed her of a feather bed and bolsshe was at church. Pile says he will have a fine bunch ter, whileCourier-JournIn the contest Wm. of gilts for the spring market. Argabright, of Stephensport hit twen(o- )James W. Teaff sold over the Har- ty States. -(- o)dinsburg Loose Leaf floors 13,000 lbs. Miss Addie Louise Babbage enterof Burley at an average of $50. Hightained a number of her little friends est priced basket was $92. the 26th. with a doll party. It being -(- c)Mr. Julius Dutschke and son, Fred the occassion of her ninth birthday. (o- )Dutschke, were at the County Seat Charley and Walter May presentMonday. ed their father, Mr. Charles May, -(- o)with five $20 gold pieces for his Mr. J. D. Ashcraft and Miss Mary Christmas present. Henry, Irvington, were in Hardins(o- )burg, Monday to probate the will of The marriage of Mr. Clarence MorMiss Henry's father", D. W. Henry. gan to Miss Jennie Pettit was solemn-(- o)ized in Cannelton, last week. Mrs. Burn Dejarnette, McQuady, ) came Monday evening to spend Bewlcyville Mr. Herbert Cain and Christmas with her mother, Mrs. - al Miss Jennie Cox were tnarriend in the rang the sweetest chimes you ever Methodist church, Thursday after- - heard. Soon the tiny gates opened noon at 4 o clock. Messrs. mum and Tom and Little Sister were glad Hunter and Pearce Hardaway, Misses that they were small enough to slip Blanch Jolly, Lillie Nunnelly and through! And oh, such a beautiful Florence Cain participated in the wed- land as it was! Every tree was a ding. Christmas tree all laden with Christ-(- o) mas gifts. The music boxes were playMrs. J. M. Walker attended the ing, the horns were tooting, the dolls Cain-Co- x wedding and attended the were saying "Mamma" and "Papa," "Infair" dinner. were jumping the -(- c)out then hiding again, and everything Hardinsburg W. H. Carman pur- seemed to be saying, "Take me! Take chased the Mountain Hotel property me!" It was hard for the children to in Irvington for $750. select just one toy for their little (o)friend. Misses Eve Hensley, Mary Bow-me- r, They skipped about for a long time, Daisy Mercer, Eva Heston, Bes- examining the toys. Finally, on the sie Beard, Annie Gardner, Annie top branch of one of the tallest trees, and Hattie May are at home there hung a box tied with a big red for the holidays. bow. On one side were printed the -o- )words "Magic Lantern." Eli Storms who has been in Collin "The very thing!" said Tom, but county, Texas, for two years is at how could he bring down the box home. from the top of a tree so tall for, as -(- c)you remember, the children were vary Sample Miss Dee a small. Just then a little breeze whis-pere- d Basham, charming young lady of Lodiburg, in Tom's ear: was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Basham. Jacks-in-the-bDe-Jarn- and out upon the frosty air This week's prices (subject to change ) Chickens (fryers) Chickens (hens) - Turkeys Geese - ISc Ducks Guineas Eggs ...... - ISc 32c 14c 18c 35c 60c Have you started briging us your cream. If not begin at once. You will find you can make more than by churning. Cash paid for all tested cream. You need a Primrose Cream Separator to make most money from your cows. Let us demonstrate one for 'you. B. F. BEARD & CO. (o) Stephensport Miss Mattie Milner is at home for the holidays. -(- o)Mrs. Frank Ferry made a trip to Louisville to See "Old Santa." Mrs. M. Blain leaves soon for Lakeland, Fla., to spend the winter with her son, Kirby. JEJVELRT The Gift That's Sure to Please -o- Everett Lewis, McQuady, had $200 worth of sheep hilled and wounded () will tell you Look at the label on your paper. just how you stand. ()- SIGNS OF CHRISTMAS. It Gettin' on to Christmas, Crit Seaton, Glen Dean, came over with by the dogs last week. Among them Saturday to spend the week-en- d was a fine 2 year old Hampshire his daughter, Mrs. J. L. Jolly and Mr. Jolly, Holt. buck valued at $.i0. I -(- o)(a- )Our old friend and subscriber John- Jesse Weatherholt had a fine Big Jes' as though the little rascals An the kids are bein good, All my bluffin' understood, And although I know exactly Why they re climbin on my knee. I confess that they are kissin' All they re wantin out of me Now, they're waiting on their mother An'they're clearing up the table, Like they never did before, GEO. GREGORY, OF HARDINSBURG, ELECTED DELEGATE TO A MEETING IN IOWA. At meetings of the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A. of the University of Kentucky, ten students were selected to. represent the University at the Eighth Interuafional Convention of Student Volunteer Workers to be held in Des Moines, flowa from December 31, 1919 to January 5, 1920. The purpose of the convention is to bring together representative delegations of students and professors from the important institutions of higher learning in the United States and Canada and of leaders Christian enterprise throughout the world. The following delegates were elected to represent University of Ken- Anyone The most fastidious person is sure to be pleased with a piece of jewelry for Christmas when nothing else would appeal to them. e have in stock this year everything that a first class jewelry store carries. W Deposits Time Have You Thought Of This Most people when they receive sums of money such as legacies or insurance payments, are tempted to be extravagant or to invest unwisely Would it not therefore, be better for you to name this bank as Trustee to safeguard any such money as you have to leave? It will place you under no obligation to come in and talk this important matter over with us All consultations are held in strict confidence. An they re sweepm up the floor, An' although she knows exactly Why these gracious fits occur, She confesses they are smilin' All they re after out of her. Gettin" on to Christmas With its happiness an' fuss. An' the fun of foolin' children Is to have 'em foolin' us. rhey are on their best behavior They're as good as they can be, An' its great to have 'em squeczin' All they re wantin out of me. Detroit Free Press. IN MEMORY. i tucky: Jesse Tapp, Corydon; J. Burton Prewitt, Mt. Sterling; J. P Barn es, Bardstown; John Davis, George Zerfoss, Lexington; Victor Barlow, Ballard; George Gregory, Hardinsburg; Adcle Slade, Ludlow; Margaret Woll, Hawesville; Fannie Heller, Paris; and Lillie Cromwell, Cynthiana. In loving memory of Samuel Lee Whitworth. One sad year has passed LIMER POWELL WEDDING TAKES PLACE IN GLEN DEAN away aince dear Samuel Lee waa called home, Dec. 19, 1918. Glen Dean, Ky Dec. M. (Special) Mr. Willie I. nun and Miss Irene ed so dearly. Powell were married December 18, at A loved one from us has gone the home of the bride near here. The A voice we love is stilled, ceremony was performed in the preA place is vacant in our home, sence of a few relatives and immedWhich never can be filled. iately afterwards the bride and groom Can I forget the agonizing hour, left for a short wedding trip to LouisWhen those loved eyea cloacd, to ville, and New Albany. They will wake no more. make their home near Glen Dean. Written by his father and mother. but not forgotten Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger ror the one we lov- He is gone Women are always delighted to have a lasting gift something they may adorn themselves with, and nothing so answers the purpose as a diamond ring, wrist watch, brooch, bracelet, necklace and chain, and countless small articles in gold or silver. , too like certain pieces of jewelry such as a watch and chain, cuff links, cravat pins, charms, belt buckles, etc. Call and see my line. Men SATISFIED WITH HIS PRICES. PURCHASE ONE OF THE FINEST FARMS IN MEADE CO. Irvington, Ky. Dec 32. (Special) Meaars. F. H. Stub and S. J. Bungcr have purchased the Van Nalaoa farm near Big Spring. The farm contains ttOft acres and is considered one of the beki farms in Meade county Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co. HARDINSBURG. KY. (Special) Frymire, Ky. Dec. W. W. Bargcr waa ia Louisville, last week selling his tobacco. He reports that tobacco prices are on the drag, but he was satisfied with hia sale. Mr. Bargcr got $20 for the leal and lugs, and $10 for trash. 7. C. LE WIS, Jeweler Hitrdimburi, Ktntudy DECEMBER 24. 1919 The Breckenridge Newt WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY ville. is visiting his sister. Miss Nannie Crthen at the Cloverport Hotel. 1910 oao - PAGE 5 r Rotcrort at the PoU Office at CloTtrpsm, M second riana matter Kj . fHIS ' APFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ftilTnTTiTl tit VTT.TnrinTnrf flCNf NAL OFFICE NIW YORK AND CHICAGO ranches in all the principal cities RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCC-MINTS. tmr Precinct and City Office Coonly far State and Officea Opera a District For ( alia, per line For Carde, per line Far all Publication! in the intereat of indiYidnala or expression of indivM-aaviews, per 10 it lis J STARK-LOWMA- N CO. Representative Louisville Mr. Floyd Whitehouse, of Louis ville, is the guest of his sister. Mrs John Lawson, and Mr. Lawson dur ing the holidays. Miss Bertie Cordrey and nephew lonn cordrey will leave hridav to Elizabethtown, where they will spend a weela with relatives. Mrs. Nat Basham, of Sample, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Horace Gilbert, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch will have for their guests during the holiday Mrs. Fitch's niece, Mrs. Otis Stiff and daughter. Miss Mabel Stiff and son Melvin Stiff, of Webster.. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Chapin, of Louisville, will arrive on Christmas eve to spend the Christmas week-en- d with Mr. Chapin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Chapin. Mrs. Harry Newsom and daughter Miss Margaret Newsom, were Louisville, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Mattingly, of Louisville, are' the guests of Mr Mattingly's sister, Mrs. J. B. Ridge way, and Mr. Ridgeway, during Christmas week. Mrs. J. H. Rowland leaves Wedncs day for Earlington, Ky., where she will spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Rogers. From there she will go to Vincennes, Ind , on Dec. 31 to visit her niece, Mrs. W. J. Piggott Jr. and Mr. Piggott. Mrs. L. T. Deid was in Louisville, Saturday the guest of her daughter. Miss Martha Reid ooa Mrs. G. P. Robhins, who has been visiting her daughters, Mrs Andrew Mis Hendrick Takes Wedding. Basham and Mrs. Carlos Roberts, of Part in May-Kir- k Illinois, for the past three weeks, has The marriage of Miss Bernice Vir returned to her home in Sample, Ky. fiinia May and Mr. Arthur Dale Kirk Mr. and Mrs. G R. McCoy and of Hartford. Ky., was solemnized Satdaughter. Miss Lon Watson McCoy, urday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the of Smith's Grove, Ky., are here for home of the bride's cousin, Mrs. Ern- the holidays with Mrs. McCoy's par- est Woodward, and Mr Woodward, the Rev W. H. Tiffany officiating. ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pate. Miss Artie May, sister of the bride, Mr. W. A. RoflP, of Owensboro, will was the maid of honor, and Mr. Good-el- l spend Christmas with Mrs. Roff and Wooten, of Hartford. Ky., was the son, Marion Clay Roff. best man. a0o Before the ceremony Miss Isabelle Misses Lena and Elsie May were in Hendricks, of Hardinsburg. Ky , sang Holt, Saturday evening the guest of "Oh Promise Me" and "I Love You Miss Katherine Reidel. Truly. ' The bridal party entered the Rev. T. N. Williams, of Louisville, drawing room to the Loghengrin wedspent the week-en- d at the home of ding march, played by Miss Lola Fields. The ceremony was performed Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keil. under the arch between the drawing Mr Charles May, of Shrevesport, room and the reception room, during La., was the guest of his sisters. Miss- which "Love's Confession" was played. The rooms were decorated with es Eva and Eliza May, for the ferns and pot flowers. The bride was attired in her travelMisses Alma and Eliza Roberts, of ing suit of midnight blue tricotine Alton, III., are visiting their parents, and with this she wore a close-fittin- g Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Roberts, of Alex- hat to match Her flowers were a ander, III. corsage bouquet of Mrs. VVard roses. Miss Artie May was gowned inTlue V. G. Babbage, Deeds, Contracts. channeuse with an overdress of Mr. Jess Owen, of Louisville, is carried Mrs. Ward roses, spending Christmas with his mother, georgette. She wore a picture hat and After a wedding trip through the Mrs. J. T. Owen. South Mr. and Mrs. Kirk will be at Cloverport people who were in home in Hartford, Ky., after JanLouisville, Saturday: Mrs. James uary 15. Louisville Times. o Codrey, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Burn. Misses Eva and Eliza May, S. R. Miss Alice Couch And Berry, Jr., and son, Paul Edward Joe D. Morrison Married. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Miller Ferry and The marriage of Miss Alice Couch Miss Lillian Polk. and Mr. Joe D. Morrison was solemnMiss Zivola Kramer, of Louisville, ized in Owensboro. Tuesday. Decemwill spend Christmas with her parents. ber 23. The ceremony was performed Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kramer. by the bride's father. Rev. A. N. Couch, former pastor of the CloverMr. and Mrs. J Byrne Severs and port Baptist church. son. Hugh Barret Severs will spend The bride was becomingly attired in Christmas in Owensboro with Mr a brown traveling suit and a brown Severs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. hat. With this she wore a corsage of Barret. Mrs. Ward roses. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs Master Maurice Quiggins spent from Friday until Sunday with his Morrison left for Louisville and will grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John return to Cloverport to spend Christmas with the groom's parents. Mr Rhodes,, of Addison. and Mrs. Joe Morrison. They will L. D. Addison, John Rhodes and leave the first of the year for Sedalia, Thos Flood, of Addison-Hol- t, were in Mo , to make their home. The or;de came to Cloverport about Cloverport, Thursday and Friday delthree years ago with her parents, Rev. ivering their tobacco. A. N Couch and Mrs. Couch and has Miss Jeanette Burn will arrive Wed been one of the popular members of nesday to spend Christmas with her the younger set. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Burn. (o) Society Items Of Local Interest CLASSIFIED NOTE ADVERTISEMENTS 7011 ...., I'lraie notify the editor deaire advertisements diacontinned. FOR SaCE K1U I VAI 11 ,, , , 1, aol1 at ont r rrnahaw. Cloverport, Ky. il riTi.wn l .inn.nn . tOC M J ... MR SALE- - Four Itnuaea and lota Part down, halantr on tr ma. Srr Austin Bravin at Whcatler's. lo mrrlv Sam Wheat port. in Clover- rraaonahtr Beavin aV ler j FOR BALI Kconomy King Cream Separ-ator- . nvddle aire, food romti ion. Cheap F.. E lor quick aale Dunran, Kinarawoori. Ky. FOR SALE OR RENT A ood ttore houee tn a Bond tor.ittnn. for aale or rent Tavlnr rdinahurf . Ky. OUR APPRECIATION OF YOUR GOOD WILL PROMPTS THIS EXPRESSION OF OUR GOOD WILL TOWARDS YOU WE EXTEND A HEARTY XMAS GREETING AND OUR BEST WISHES FOR A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR FOR SALE White Wyandotte cockerela, direct dracendanta of the moat popular and winning Straina ol America. None better to he ohtainrd at the nominal price o( OS each. Flrat orilera gets the preferred. Address Mrs W. J Hall, Harifinaliurg, Ky. -- FARM Bank FOR SALE 220 acrea, on Yellow creek, known aa the Bob Headman Farm. TO acrea of creek bottom. 60 acrea hill land. 27 acrea of the hill land in clover, balance of farm ia in paature and timber. A good 7 room hoiae and ham. Silo and number of out huildinga. Call or wriie. H. A. Dutschkr, Strphenaport, Ky. FOR SALE Two lota with houeea and other huildinga, located on Biahop Hill, near Horace Newton's and Robert Moorman a Thia property can he bought at a reaaon-abl- e ptice. Aak or write Jno D. Babbage. Cloverport, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. FOR SALE Small farm, IW acrea. near Ball Town, thia county. Price low if sold at at once. A. R. Kincheloe, Hardinab-irg- , Ky. WANTED WANTED furnished A A Allen blacksmith Lcwia, ahop Strphenaport. Ky. and tools 00 WANTED dcak. They second-han- Dr. R W Roll top or flat Meador, Irvington, Ky. ada. WANTED More of thcae classified pay othera. Why not you. WANTED District Manager for Cloverport C.ood proposition. and vicinity Previous experience unnecessary. Free School of Instruction. Address Maaaachuaetts Bond, and Insurance Company, Accident and Health Department, Saginaw, Michigan. Capital $1,900,000. WANTED farm hand, wages or part of crop. Thoa O. Donoghue, Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1. Box 47. A T WIT cordial Christmas Greetings to all my customers-a- rid I MISCELLEAMTOUS HOLSTEIN BULL The dairy business pays. Increase your milk yield. Breed your rows to a rrgis'ered Holstein Bull. See J. R. Eskridge, Hardinahurg, Ky. WANTED A man with family to cultivate from 12 to 1ft ocres of tobacco, and 1ft acres of corn. A good chance for right man. Beard Brothrra, Hardinahurg, Ky. may the New Year bring each of you happiness cheer and prosperity. UNION STAR TO Mrs. Ernest Gregory was in Louis ville a few days of last week shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoftious were tor the week-end- the guests of relatives. in fcavensviiie, Family Dinner Party HAVE A FESTIVITY MRS. ETHEL O. HILLS CLOVERPORT, KY. Dr. Jesse Baucum, Mrs. Baucum Cart will leave Wed and daughter. Miss Margaret Baucum, guests of relatives nesday for her home near Union Star, were the week-ento spend Christmas with her parents, in Louisville. -(- o)Mr. and Mrs. Cart. Miss Beatrice Payne, of the Nurses Miss Eloise Nolte, of Louisville, is Training school, Louisville City Hosat home for the Christmas season pital, is spending the holidays at her with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C home in Tobinsport, Ind. Miss Lillian d Mr. Wade Witt, of Los Angeles California, was the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolte. Mr. Forrest Dryden Weatherholt of the Kentucky State University Lexington is here to remain for the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt. Miss Jane Hambleton, of Louis ville, will spend Christmas with her sister, Mrs. Charles Keil and Mr. Keil. Nolte. Miss Ruth Chambliss leaves Wed- nrsrlav to be with her mother. Mrs Mary Chambliss, of Hardinsburg, for the holidays. AGED COLORED RESIDENT OF IRVINGTON IS DEAD. if Mr.Hon. D. Christmas Roscoe i He H. Severs is spending Saturday aft.;:. root; at 3 o'clT-'- Louisville with his son had been confined to his bed since Severs, and Mrs. Severs. last June. He was the oldest colored resident of the town, and leaves a Both are Family During Holidays. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Drinkwater, of wife, aunt Mary Board. Tobinsport, were guests of their nep highly respected citizens. Mrs Sallie Moorman, of this city, hew, Mr. Ernest Gregory, and Mrs is anticipating a very happy ChristGresrorv. last week before going to mas this year when she will have with Charleston, Mo. her all of her sons and daughters with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce and the exception of one. children of Cleveland, O , and Mr. and The reunion will be in Louisville, at Mrs 'Wallace Pierce, of Louisville, the home of Mr and Mrs. Joe Har-polwillabe with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pierce the latter being Mrs. Moorman's for Christmas at their home. "Rose B. F. Beard's Store Scene of a oldest child. The other members of Hill." Happy Time for Little Ones the family who will be there Christ-of mas. are Mr. and Mrs John Miller, the Louis Miss Jane Lishtfoot, of of the County. Olmstead. Ky., Mr. and Mrs Edward ville Conservatory of Music, is spendWeber, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Jess ing the Christmas holidays with her Santa Claus was met with a glorious Monrman nf Atiirusta Montana. Mr parents, Dr. h. U Lighttoot ana Mrs reception in Hardinsburg, last Satur- and Mrs. Frank L Moorman, of Cry- Lightfoot. Mr. and Mrs. day in B. F. Beard & Company's stal Springs, Texas. are spending . the Miss Leonora McGavock has arriv- store. He arrived on the noon train, Jack Moorman and they will not the winter in ed from Paducah to be with her par- and music greeted him atof joy be present. Florida McGacock, station along with the shouts ents, Mr and Mrs. Leon Mrs Moorman left Tuesday for and the bright happy smiles and during the holidays. laughter from an immense crowd of Louisville to join her family Miss Mary McGavock leaves Friday children. This was not any ordinary looking Miss Margaret Sherman far Glencoe and Warsaw, Ky., where she will visit her sister, Mrs. R. Perry Santa Claus, but he looked just like To Be Married January 3rd. Davis, and Mr. Davis, also her aunt his picture big, round paunched Mr and Mrs. Walter Justin Sheer-maand uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ruddy cheeked with his fine white of Toledo, Ohio, have issued inwhiskers and a smile for everyone. Brown. oo Oh, what a happy time it was for vitations to the marriage of their Mrs. Henry May went to Louisville, those little ones who got to see this daughter, Miss Margaret Bowmer Monday to shop. glorious saint in reality. And he pre- Sherman to Mr. Lynn Troxel on Satchild with a small' gift urday, January 3, at four o'clock in Moorman, Jr., sented each Mr. and Mrs. C. W. rom his endless supply of toys. the Collingwood Avenue Presbyterian of Paintsville, Ky., are expected this It is safe to say that these children church, Toledo. week to visit Mr. Moorman's parents, who came from all parts of BreckinMr. and Mrs. Troxel will be at Mr and Mrs. C. W. Moorman, Sr. ridge county, will never forget last home after April 1st., Forty seven Everything good Jo cat at W. G. Saturday. Aud Beard's store in Har-a Clay street, e Tiffin, Ohio. grandwill The bride-to-bPumphrey's grocery on the Hill at dinsburg place never cease to holdfor daughter of Mrs is the oldest W. H. Bowmer, of in their memories hallowed Mullen's corner. was there that they met this roty, this city, who wilt attend the wedding ooo Beavin, of Evansville, is smiling, happy Santa Claus, who it and remain for a visit with her daughMrs. Carl ter, Mrs. Sherman, and Mr. Sherman. the guest of her aunt. Mrs. John O so good to everybody. Connell. Business Meeting of NOTICE The Wednesday Club. Hudson Bohlcr, of Scdalia. Mo., is All persons having claim against the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. An important business meeting of the estate of Naoma McQuady, de- Charles Bohler, for the holidays. eased, are notified to present them. the Wednesday Club will be held at Miss Nellie Burke, U. S. A. N.. of properly proven before the under- the home of Mrs. J. Byrne Severs on the Walter Keid Hospital, Washing-ion- . signed, at his office in Hardinsburg, Monday afternoon. December IS. 1 he D. C. is spending Christmas Ky., on or before the 1st day ot members of the Club are urged to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John February, 1V30. By order of the present. Burke Breckinridge Circuit Court in the K L. therein The kitchen is the most important and Russell Basham, action pending Plaintiffs, of J N room in the houae from a health Herbert vs., Lyons, et.. si, who have been visiting in Illinois, Chancellor Administrator of Naoma standpoint, says the United States have returned to their homes in Ken McQuady's estate, et, al. Public Health Service Keen cverv- tucky in it ihuig about it and every c Lea Walla, Commissioner a a) Claude Mercer, Pltftt Atty. scrupulously clean. Arniand Cohen. of Jefferson Mr. in- Lntlt Bob" Board (colored! died Irvington, Ky. Dec." 22, ; Special) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison will A Community Christmas Tree have a family dinner party on ChristOn 24th. Extensive Program mas at their home in the West End in honor of their son, Mr. Joe D. MorArranged.. rison and his bride. Covess will be laid 'for Mr. and Union Star, Ky., Dec. 22. (Special) Mrs. Morrison, Mi-- , and Mrs. Joe D. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs Will Butcher a Christmas eve will be the scene of joyous and son, of Lewisport; Mr. and Mrs. community holiday festivity for' this when the men, women and Bernard Morrison and daughter, children will have a community tree Mary Jo Morrison, Irvington, Miss Ina Bell Morrison, Murriel Morrison at the M. E church. South. An extensive program has been arand Miss Anna Mae Penner, of ranged for the occasion and it will Louisville. include the following: Violin and organ, Catherine R. Dinner At Pendennis Scribner and Mrs. Geo. E. Screiber Club, Louisville. Aten minutes address by pastor, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Woodward C. B. Gentry. gave a dinner at the Pendennis Song Joy to the World Club, Friday evening in honor of Miss How to keep Christmas Miss Virginia Bernice May. Covers were laid for Helen Milner. the following: Misses Artie May, Isa- Song while Shepherds Watched. bel Hendricks, of Hardinsburg. Lula "Christmas" by nine children. Fields, Winona Stevens; Messrs. Song Shine Out Oh Blessed Star. Arthur Dale Kirk, Goodell Wooten, "The Little Grey Lamb" Miss Ruth McCoy. of Hartford, Ky. Louisville Times. Song Merry Merry Christmas. Reunion of the Moorman , kt (folium gratefut hearts to gttxtt' This season of the year finds us with all of our customers for their patronage in the past year, and We are wishing fur every one of them the Merriest Christmas possible, and Play CHILDREN MEET A REAL SANTA CLAUS e, Miss Lucile McCoy Little Brv Blue Roy Milner Basham Little Miss Muffett Marian Kelly Haynes Mary Quite Contrary Lena Ellen Haynes lack Horner Orval Basham Jack and Jill Wm. S. McCoy and Mary Scrieber Peter ' Pumpkin Eaters Wife Mayme Mane Hesler The Queen of Heart Miss Ruth McCoy The Knave of Hearts Russell Dowell Old Woman in the Shoe Virginia Fay Dowell Arrival of Santa Claus, Guers Tableau Santa Claus delayed Miss Virginia Helen Milner Old Mother Goose 1 May the New Year bring the peace, happiness and prosperity which gladdens our days as we journey on. (Sxtlut?n fitxtx? (Clciberuurt, Jtg. Farm For Sale! The owner of this farm desires to dispose of it as he is not in a position to give it the attention that it demands. FARM, located on the Glen Road, near Glen Dean, Ky., contains ISO acres; 6 room two story dwelling; cistern water; combined feed and tobacco barn; plenty of timber for farm use; fencing in fair condition; 10 acrea rt Song Wonderful Tree Intermission Distribution of gifts Remarks Mrs Geo. E Scrieber. n, BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. and Mrs Andrew Cashman are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a son, Andrew Cashman. Jr., November S. CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION POR THE MEMBERS OP METHODIST SUNDAY-SCHOOThe members of the Methodist will have their Christmas celebration at the church on Christmas eve. A short program will which the children will be given their open the service at 7:30 o'clock after Christmas treat and a social hour will Sunday-school graaa. follow. The right party can get liberal terms and immediate possession. GEO. E. BESS, Mgr. WILL TOUR CALIFORNIA IN THE SPRING AND SUMMER. Rh Helen Pautin left Sunday for the lat- in Mill Vallev. California Mrs. Paulin has been with her mother tor three months. Mrs Payne will make an extended visit with her daughter, and she will tour California during the next Spring and Summer Ind, and her daughter. Mrs. Nancy Mrs J. 1 Payne, of Tobinsport. Trust Department HARDINSSUKfi, KY. ter's home An Ad In The Want Column Is OnlyOne Cent A Word PAGE THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY MUCH GERMAN DYE EXPECTED IN NEW YORK U. 8. Will Get Enough to Relieve Acute Shortage. DECEMBER U, 1010 SLEBPINO DOLL year oM. I'm a tittle girl I arill tell yoa what f want for X mat I want a big doll that iH go to sleep, a hVIe Holt buggy, s little bed for ay dolt and actus rsfwTy, snd nuts Dear Santa wilt close. I will go to bee) early and sleep tight. Your little girl, Virginia Hawkins, Hsrrlln.borg, WANTS Dear Santa : THE MEDICINE HAS CURED THOUSANDS-r-r MAY CURE YOU L P England, a reliable citi- of Spartanburg, S. C, make the wmg statement. ' About twelve years ago I suffered with a severe II of malaria and afterward was 1 troubled with rheumatism. many remedies recommended tW the rheumatism but failed to get relief amounting to anything. I saw Mumber 40 For The Blood advertised and purchased a bottle and found so Mch relief that I have taken several battles and am well of the rheumatism. I keep Number 40 in the house afll the time as I do not wish to be without it " Number 40 is demanded in blood poisoning from any cause, fai chronic rheumatism, catarrh, constipation, stomach and liver troubles. Under its use eczema and skin diseases disappear, sore ulcers and boils awe caused to heal. Made by J. C. Mendenhall. Evansville, Ind., 40 years a sfruggist. Sold at Wedding's Drug Store, Oeverport, Ky. Advertisement. LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Mr Celery, Cranberries, Christmas Candies Fruits and Nuts of all kinds W. B GARDNER you that American railroads are the world. the foreign roads England and France, the best Europe and other and he knows. tinental countries The part railroads have played in the the United States beyond measure. ment American railroads have achieved high public service by ards and ous investment capital, and the constant striving of managers and men for rewards for work done. have the best railroads the world must continue to have the best. But they must grow. To the $20,000,000,000 invested our railroads, there have to be added the next years, to keep pace with the nation's business, billions more for additional tracks, stations and terminals, cars and engines, electric power houses and trains, automatic signals, safety devices, the grade crossings elimination and struction and engineering economies that duce the cost transportation. To attract to the railroads the future the vestment funds many thrifty citizens, the ing genius of the most capable builders and agers, and the and loyalty the best in competition with other industries men ding for capital, managers and the railroad industry must hold out fair rewards capital, to managers and to the men. American railroads continue to set world standards and adequately serve the Nation's needs if they continue to built and operated on the rewards for work American principle done. HE'S GOOD AT S YEARS OLD. Desr Sants Clsus : I am a little boy three OO AT AND HARNESS. years oM snd very good boy. I want yoa to MEMORIAL. Dear old Santa : I guess we will he moved bring me some ABC blocks snd a tram and into our new home by Christmas, so please some overalls and candy and many other GLAD OOD HAS LET HIM LIVE. don't forget roe. I want a billy goat, harness thing-- snd please don't forget my little baby Mary Virginia was born December Dear old Santa : I am still living at Mr and wagon, a knife and story book. You can brother, Charles Edward. Bring him plenty She was the daughter of Quady. I am glad God let me live another hitch the goat to tne Dig tree in tne tront of things to play with. Pleaae don't forget to 19, 1910 Sanford and Cynthianna Basham, and year. 1 am 4 years old and a gooo noy. I yard. Alto bring me lots of good things to come. Your little friend, Tommie Barger. eat. Bring Bring little boy, Frymire, Ky. died December 7, 1919, Cloverport, mama, me lots of good things to something. eat don t Iorget big brother. Your Ky. papa, grandma and grandpa ONE TIME HE SLIPPED. Morris Lee Pranks, Hardinsburg, Ky Anthony, son ol My name is, little James WEE LITTLE TOT WANTS A GUN. The little chair will be vacant Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anthony. SHE MUSTBE PRETTY. There is a lawyer in Toledo who Dear Santa Claua: I am a little boy 8 Christmas morn. She has gone to live Dear Santa: I am a little girl ten (10) year old. I have light hair and blue eyet. So finds zest in browbeating witnesses it is Christmas all WANTS SANTA TO BE with Jesus where years old. I have brown hair and blue eyes please bring me a little gun, gum ball, a little He rains insinGENEROUS TO ALL. snd fair complexion. I will tell you what I knife with s chain to it, a set of A B C block ' for the opposition. the time. I am a little girl five want for Xmas. I want a pair of shoes, gloves, some apples, oranges, candy and cocoanut, uations against the integrity of the Dear Santa Claua: Is it a song for a little child, s big doll and be sure persons he cross-examine- s, age, and my little siater, Regina a yard of ribbon, aew dress and a pretty pair And bring little and unOr a song God only understands? yearsbeofthree Christmas day. We have tried of black hose, and lots of candy and nuts, I and don't forget aister grandma and grandpa Class-cock'- s will And in at least one And don't forget my home. Your little boy, Owen Francis nerves them. girls, so please bring rath and some oranges. not a song of fear or woe 'Tis to be good little court (where the judge is an old A song of regret that we must die; of us a nice doll, and plenty of fruits and teacher, Miss Ruth Ramsey, and dear father Wheatley, Axtel, Ky. candy. colleague of his) Mr. .Browbeater Please bring my parents and all my and mother I will try to oe goon ana go to It is the only song we know something nice. Hoping school every day. I rrmain your friend, Louise brothers and sisters LIKES TO SEW. gets away with his deadly work. We never question how or why, that you will be generous to all boys ana Nevitt Maysey, Hardinsburg, ay. Dear Santa : 1 am a girl ten year oM But sometimes he slips in that favorgirls. I am, your little girl, Agnes Abeline Earth is beautiful. Heaven is wide, and a Xmas is so near I will tell yoa what able Ky. court. For instance: COULD YOU OUESS THIS I want. I want a doll and And we are happy for God is good. Rallman, Cloverport, "SURB table and -(O)-An old negro whifewasher sat TO BE FROM A BOY I chairs, tea set and sewing set. Your little girl, DO LOVE TO EAT" trembeling before him in the witness Dear Santa Claua: I am a little boy ten Mary l.ogan Jolly, Ssmple, Ky. A BEAUTY HINT FROM KANSAS -(o)-- BRINO Our goodrst Senta : We are a little girl years old and I go to school every day and chair. years old and a boy of almoat two years. am in the fifth grade. I will now tell you what CALL ON lis HER A TEA SET. "You are Sam Harmon?" demandA woman may look a little better if We thought we would write to you. We want I want for Xmaa. I want an air rifle, foot Dear old Santa Claas: I am a little girl ball, fire crackers, Roman candles, candy, she uses just a little paint and pow- a little red wagon a adoll some picture books, oranges, bananas, raisins and nuts. Your little 10 years old, and I want yon to bring me a ed the attorney. little broom. We want a little mobile, and "Yes, sah." and a little tea set. der, but not if she uses a great amount candy, oranges and apples, for I tejl you boy, Robert Leoncl Gilbert, Hardinsburg, Ky. big doll, a little go-caI will go to bed early. Your little girl, Mary STEPHEN SPORT. KY. "And you are the Sam Harrison be Santa we sure do love to eat. So be sure of it. Even her regular face would Sample, Ky. Judith Miller. who was sentenced for robbery?" and fill our stockings mighty full. Your little HOPES SANTA WILL BE an improvement on that. -(- o)kiddies, R''by Nell and Moorman K. Hen-d"No sah. Ah'm not that Harrison." SURE TO COME. WANTS DOLL AND GO CART k, Hardinsburg, Ky. "You are perhaps, the Harrison who (o)-H- AS : I am a Utile girl 0 year oM SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Dear Santa Clans: I am a little girl sevDear Santa was sentenced to two years' impris-ome- nt t, en years old and I would like for you to be I want you to bring me a big doll, THREE BROTHERS sure to come to see me Xmaa. Pleaae bring and lot of fruitt and nutt of all kind. I will for grand larceny?" TO REMEMBER. me some candy, oranges, raisins, nuts, - doll go to bed early. Your little girl, Katie Mar "No sah. Ah'm not that Harrison Dear Santa Claats: I am a little boy ten with hair, little table and chairs, dishes, little shall Brumfirld, Sample. Ky. either." years old. Please bring me a top, rubber ball, pans and some little knives and forks. I will -oa aack of candy and oranges, also bring be s srood eirl and ao to sleep early. Please "Were you ever in prison?" HE'S A REAL OOOD LITTLE BOY. Joseph a foot ball, some candy and oranges. do not forget my little nephews, Jamet aad "Yes, sah" Dear Santa Claua : I will be 0 year old Bring litle Lawrence some ABC blocks and Howard Board. Your little girl, Same net first day of January. I'm a real good little "How long were you there?" my little siater a doll and don't forget to Miller, Hardinaburg, Ky. boy, I go to. bed early. I want you to bring bring my little baby bra' her a rattler to play "A whole afternoon. Ah was white-washi- n' ooo me a wagon with a coat tic brake and a with. Your little boy, Michael Carroll, Hard- THREE YEAR OLD WANTS a cell for a lawyer who had velocipede and pair of lather gloves, some insburg, Ky. A STREET CAR fruit and nut don't forget my Tittle friend. been locked up for beatin' his clients." (oDear Santa : I am a little boy three years Bye, bye, OUn l.ee Jolly, Amnions, Ky. The Boston Globe. BRING HIM A SOLDIER SUIT. (o)-L- OTS old and I will tell you what I want lor Xmas. If you come around I want a street car, stick horse, teddy bear, Dear Santa Claus: TO REMEMBER HERE. this way, I want you to bring me a little little saw log wagon and aome mechanical Do not use drugs to cure the headDear Santa Clans: I am a little girl six lantern, an elevator, a soldier suit, a horn, toys, candy, raisins, oranges and nuts.. Your a football, candy, oranges, raisins and nuts. little boy, Howard Board, Hardinsburg, Ky. yeara old to day. I will tell you what I want ache, says the United States Public for Xmaa. I want you to bring me a little I have a little brother and two little sisters. OOO rocking chair, and candies, oranges, raisins, Health Service. Consult a physician, And please do not forget them. My teacher is snd a Dig doll if yoa have one to spsre. I will a dentist of an oculist, to see if the Ramsey and bring her something YOUNG FARMER WANTS Miss Ruth go to bed early and will notpeepyour little cause can be located. Often the eyes, A TOY TRACTOR ., nice. And bring mother and lather something girl, Jennie Lee Bland, McQuady, Ky. too. From your little boy, William Potts. Dear Santa Claas: I am a little boy eight P. S. Don't forget my titter, and five bro- - or the teeth may be at fault. -(- o)years old and go to school every day. Santa, toy please bring me ay little machine gun, BEEN A GOOD BOY AND WANTS LOTS OF THINOS. tractor, a xylophoiafv and some other mechanical toys. Please be sure to bring me plenty Dear Santa: I am a little boy eight years of candy, oranges, raisins snd nuts. I will be rW railway ( lb United State, w wore thai on third, writing to tell you what I want 0 good boy and go to bed early, Your boy, old, and-a- m early one - half, of all the railway of the world. They for Qmas. I have been a good boy all year. James W. Board, Hardinsburg, Ky. pigs, one One Duroc and Poland China tow, two years old, carry a yearly ao much greater than that of Want a lot of things for Xmaa. Pleaae bring aay other country that there is really no baeis for compariregistered "Big Type" P. sow and pigs, Spring gilts and yearling me some fire crackers, Roman cannons, a pair son. Iadeed, the traffic of aay t wa aal tons atay he roan HIS WANTS ARE SIMPLE of gloves, a cap also all kinds of nuta, fruits sows, being bred to one of best "Big Type" boars in state, and about the cossaatfen of bieed, aad atill it deee not approar-Dear Santa : I am a little boy 9 yeara old. Don't forget my teacher, Miss and candy. A Bier tea borae epoa Aaaencan rail way a 50 extra Pali registered P. C. pigs. Reasonable prices. Satisfaction or Bessie Wa'lington. And little baby brother 1 go to school every day. I am in the filth "VmutJ feeler feaeeje Cmmmlmt. wants a doll, a toy horse and any thing else grade. My teacher is Mr. Jess Walls.-- So I your money back. yon can bring him. Your little boy, Lilbcrn will tell yoa what I want. Some firecrackers, Roman candles, oranges, bananas, nuts, Edward Ramsey, Stephensport, Ky. & raisins and a story book. Bring my J. (obrother something. Yours truly, WilKam Sea-toA PAIR OF 8 KATES. Hardinsburg, Ky. Hardintbarg, Ky. Dear Santa Claus : I am a girl eleven years OOO of age and I thought I would tell you what I want you to bring me. I want a aweater, THE THINGS THAT PLEASES LITTLE OIRLS 8UIT HER a pair of gloves, a pair of skates and candy, oranges, apples and nuts. I will remain as Dear old Santa Claus: How are you this ever your little girl, Haiel Ramsey. Steph- Xmas? I am well and I am looking for you. ensport, Ky. I am a little girt 10 years old I will tell you will tell -(- o)what I want. I want a doll busrgy and all kinds of candy and nuts and fruits and every . t BRING HER A LITTLE RING. in thine that will olease little Ctrls. Don t for Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 4 grandma years old. I want to tell you what I want get papa and mama andAnd don't and grandHe saw in forget my for Xmaa. I want a doll, a doll buggy, a pair pa. I live near Axtel Eula. Yours with love, Mary V Crit-chloin Conin ol new shoes and a little ring, some candy, aister, Axtel, Ky. nuts,, oranges and lota of Iruit. I will go to OOo bed early. Don't forget me. Your little girl, REMEMBER HIS LITTLE BROTHER Helen Adams, Mystic, Ky. develop(o) Dear old Santa : I am a little boy 7 years I old. Thought I would tell you what I want WILL BE A GOOD BOY. is of candy lots Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy seven for Xmas. I want a wagon and and of oranges, years old. I th6ught I would write and let and nuts. Also some apples brother. Mar- standPlease don't forget my little you know what I wanted for Xmas I wo-ilHe wants something too. I am as ever far-sighted of like to have some real nice toys, and some shall. courageI. 3 lots with cottage on hill, near city limits. Has front and other your little friend, Roscoe Blair, Cloverport, candy, nuts, oranges, some bananas of by things you think I would like to have. I will Ky. porch, tile roof, cellar, water in kitchen, fruit for family use, and house ooo be a good boy and go to bed early. From your in good condition i Price $1,300. lA cash, balance in 3 annual payWILL GO TO BED EARLY. little boy, Alfred H. Franka, Garfield, Ky. -(O- )-A Dear old Santa : I am a' little girl almost ments. well four years old. My name is Lena Franklin TEDDY BEAR FOR HER. Shcllman. I thought 1 owuld write and tell We in Dear Santa Claus: I am a litle girl 8 years you we 3. 9 acres of ground adjoining above; 3 acres of bluegrass fenced what 1 want you to bring me for Xmas. old. I want to tell you what I want for Xmas. for pasture, and remainder good tillable land. Has small I want a new dreaa, a teddy bear, candy, nuts, I would like a big doll with dark eyes aad house little wagon and oranges and lots of fruit I will go to bed early hair, a set of nice dishes snice things in good condition, good new barn. Price $1,300. to eat. cash, balance in my eyes tight. Please don't forget a little parasol and lots of i and close ' you want banta mama and papa. Your litle girl, Nina Kathryn And anything else Weidmsn to bring, of my 3 annual payments. This and the above property may be sold toand both don't forget Ruby Roberts, Mystic, Ky. in now grandmothers at sample oe sure ana onnx gether. -(o)-L- ITTLE them lo's of things too. Also Kuby ana will in BOY WANTS A TRAIN. Be sure and go to sec Russell Bcachamp. 3. 2 corner lots 100x173 on hill near city limits; with few Dear Santa Claus : I am a little boy 8 them and leave them lots of things, so bye, years oM. I want you to bring me a toy train, bye dear Santa. From your little girl, Lena house, front porch, cellar, two cisterns, good stable and good chicken-hous- e. some candy., nuts and 'lots of fruit. A little Franklin Mhellman, iioverpon, ey wagon, some peanuts and coconuts. I will go Price $1,030. $350 cash, balance in 5 annual payments. to bed early and clone my eyes tight. Don't TWINS WANTS SAME THINGS forget my brother and sister. Your little boy, 4. 3 acres of ground within 1 square of schoolhouse has 1 acre Byrd Burton, Mystic, Ky. Dear Santa Claua : Aa Xmas will soon be here again, we thought we had better write to in apple orchard, -ocottage, back porch, cellar, 2 cisterns, and of for reconyou. We are little sitters nine yesrs old. We FIVE YEARS- - OLD WANTS A WATCH necessary outbuildings Price $1,800. Vi cash, balance in 3 annual go to school. Our teacher it Mr. Jesse Walla, will reDear Santa : I am a little boy five years We like him very much. We want a new payments. old I want a little train, watch, nuts, oranges, third reader, a pair of gloves and a big doll. of apples, candy, fire crackers, Roman candles. Also applet, oranges, bananas and a little I live on route 8 out of Hardineburg. Now I candy and every thing that is nice for little cottage with front and back porch, across street from i. in inwill go to bed early. Your little boy, Robert girls. We will be very good so don't forget to Small stable and other outbuildings. Price $800. $300 schoolhouse. Lee Pate, Hardinsburg, Ky. of directYour two girlies. Ethyl and Evelyn come. (O) -WHeadrick. Hardintbarg, Ky. cash, balance in 3 annual payments. manLIKE A DESK OULD How are you by Dear old Santa Class: skill of 0. work1 acre of ground at foot of Bishop's hill; acre fenced for THEY WANT "LOTS" TOO. Well I will tell you what I want. I now? I am a little girl four Dear old Santa chicken lot. Has good 4rroom cottage with hall and front porch Also want a big doll, a little desk, a little chair and bidloa of fruita of all kinds, a new dreaa and a years old and want lots for Xmas. I want a small stable and chickenhouse. Buildings newly roofed. Price $i,-'0- 0. men pair of shoes. Well I guest this is sll tor this doll and some candy, apples snd oranges. Good bye. From your little friend, Please doa't forget say little sister, Ada. She time. cash, balance in 3 annual payments. lo wanta a doll too. Wa will go to bed early and Haiel Sanders. P S. Well don't iorget my siater and my shut our eyes tight. Bye, bye. Yours lor a 7. 1 lot 30x173 near Ice Plant, house in good condition Price brother, get them something; too. And don t merry Xmat. Ada and Nanle, Blair, Clover iorget daddy aad mother, get them something port, Ky. $!.',000. Vt cash, balance in 3 annual payments. will too. -oANXIOUS LITTLE OIRL. 1 lot 100x173, within Wa squares of Catholic church, good six 8. NOTHING LESS THAN AN be Dear oM Santa Ctaoa:' I am a Httlc girl S AUTO FOR HIM. room cottage, hall, bathroom, front porch, expensive electric fixtures yeara old. Mamma aayt I am a good little girl, Dear Santa Clans : I will tell you what I and I want you to bring saw lots ol toss snd of well good stable, cistern, washhouse and splendid garden. An attractive want for Chriatmaa. Please bring sac a dog candy of all kinds. And I waat a doll with home Price $3,000. Yi cash, balance in 3 annual payments. that will bark, an automobile, some ammuiii blue eyes sad light hair. And 1 want some nun lor my gun, and lots ol good things to banana, as I Tike them ta sat Santa be sure rat Meet me at the Victoria school house my and bring mamma aad daddy something for If interested, inquire of leacher is to have a nice Cawitlsnai tree Xmaa. They don't need much as they are big. Christmas eve. I am your little friend. Wil Well I will clone. Come early Your little girl. I lam McGovern, Jr., Reynolds Station, Ky. C. She lima ay, Cloverport, Ky. Nettie P. S. Please do not Iorget say teacher Miss Hallie Richards -(O- )-HIS A PAIR OF CHOCOLATE SHOES. DESIRES SOAR HIGH. REAL E8TATE DEALER Tkmt 4nrm$ inoe-eaaio- a Dear Santa : I'm a little girl S years old. iwaiormtay tk rmilromd nlu-0- h Dear Santa Claras: 1 sa a kittla boy Uses I will tell yam whavt I waat tor Christiana writing at Tin itawjoctav mm) oUmm liUraiur oM. I try la he a good little boy. I want a new dress, a new pair chocolate Cumb. 'Phone 80--J Cloverport, Ky.. VUaae hriaa sac a slad. a arum aa eesuunana) ftew. a MmUmmf . $1 oVaaWaMj, Yeee York shnnt and a utile pair ol gloves I also want car, aad lots ol good things U oat. Doa't tor 1 name candy, oranges, banana, aad all kinds mi frail get my sister and my father and mother. Bo stare aad eWl forget lather snd "List with me for a ready sale." used to Uv at Hamad. Ky.. want now asp sssV mother I'll go U) beat tarty ami abut my Yo-- i toonalagaoa. little girl. Mabel Hawkins. dtess in 1807 West Jac atoo. at eyen tight Your Utile boy, Milaer AMridge. Ill Hstdiosburg, Ky. Daisy H. I will leave money on stsnd-tablHawkins, Age 14 years. Hardinshurg, Ky. The delay that has held up the ship- THtl LITTLE BRUNETTE CONSIDERS AONE8 WANTS A BIO DOLL. ment of German dyes to this country SANTA'S FINANCES I am s tittle girl 8 rears old Dear Santa: M I am and to the Allies, as provided under Dear Santa little girl 10 year II the peace treaty, has been ended and I have brown hair and browra eye. I want and win try to be good for yoa willI please Xmas. would bring me something nice a 7 on sufficient vat dyes to supply the needs to tell shoes,what I want lor Chriatmaa in new like a big doll, and woe art. a little glane gun any etand table and if there drees, of American textile manufacturers money left row. ran brine me name candy full of candy, set of dishes, a warm pair of 14 in oir echoed My gloves. Please bring my little sister, Dorothy may be expected soon, according to and nam Thete I like a doll, some chocolate candy and fruits and Ramsey. a cablegram received yesterday by Dr. tearhrr'nto name it Mine Rathwill remain your please don't for get my grandparents at AdI nchool fine. to go Charles H. Herty of the American friend Naoma Ruth Down a, Hardinsburg, Ky. dison. Your Mttle girl, Agnes Osngsjins, Clovay Society from Dr. Von Chemical Weinberg, head of the German dye LITTLE PELLOW WOULD LIKE DRUM. WANTS A PIANO. cartel, or Interessengemeinschaft. In pear Santa: I am a little boy and I go to I am a girl 8 Hear addition to the share of the dyes arhool every day, and I am in the filth grade years oldSanta Claus: buggy, a little a little doll, I want a doll coming to America through the Re- Now I will tell yon what I want lor Xmas tub and net of dishes, a ring and bracelet, Now don't forget mama, paration Commission, which is inade- of want a drum, candy, oranget and all kind and piano. sister. Santa go to bed early and nuts and don't forget my little couain, my and quate, the Textile Alliance has order- achool teacher, her name i Mian Rath Ram- papa my eyes tignt,willroar nine girl, n.iny snut little manufacturers sey, don't forget her. Your Ky. boy, Har Lampton Springate, Fads of Rough, Ky. American ed for mon Horsley, Hardinahurg. enough to meet the needs here. a LITTLE BLUE EYES LOVES The dyes will cover the acute shortJEWELRY EVIDENTLY. age in this country for the next, six SHE'S MOST TOO LARGE. BUT MINDS HER TEACHER. Dear Santa Clan: I am a little blae eyed months, after which it is expected 7 yeara oM. I want a ring, a bracelet, a girl to Dear that American dye manufacturers will write a Santa toI am quite a htrgt teacher girl iavalier. and a piano. Now Santa don't for you, but as my letter be in a position to produce vat dyes. wants me to I will not disobey her. I want get to remember all the lonely little children Your little girl, Mildred a new pair ol shoes, a new dress, and a clock in the neighborhood. Dr. Herty said. Vat dye only is suitjl there is any Ky. can able for cotton wash goods. New and 'ckndy, oranges left you kinds bring me Fentress, Falls ol Rough. of fruits. and all aome York Sun. Don't forget my teacher. Miss Ruth Ramsey HE WANTS A BILLY I 1 : OUESS SHE'LL HAVE A TEA PARTY Dear Santa Claws : I am a hit le girl eight years sM I go ta school every day. I want yoa to pleaae bring me a doll huggy. a table and two chairs, a doll and a desk. Don't forget my Stile brother, Mirner and my mother and father Your little girl, Masinr Aktridgr P S. I tree at ISfff W Jackson St., Bloom ington. III. A t ttWra and mother and father sn.l grandpapa and giandmams Bland Thev live fn Ky. a i DOESN'T WANT SANTA TO FORGET ANYONE. Dear oM Santa: I'm a little girl seven years old I have brown hair and big blae ere, and hav light rnmpleaion. Dear Sanla want you to bring me s big doll thsl will go to sleep, s doll naggy. s little dolt bed, a little trunk to keep lis clothes in, s pair ol Mark shoes, a pair ol kid gloVes and all kind of candy and not. Be sSre and don't forget all of the girl, and boyt. Be tare and don't iorget my teacher. Ml Rath Ramsey lor I know she will he expecting something bring me II yoa expect to bring anybody rise nice. So Santa I sop pose this I an yoa can anything. So don't forget anyone. Your little girl, Helen D. Hawkins. Hardinshnrg, Ky. a ANYTHING SANTA HAS TO SPARE. Dear Santa Claua years I'm a litle girl old snd go to school every dsy. I can add. I want yoa to come to see me snd bring me a doll atovr, cradle, hood, gloves, candy, orsnget, nuts and just anything you hav to tpate And I hsve two little brothers, Jtmie snd Chsrlet Edward, and two big brothers snd two sistersand t papa and mamma. So come lo tee all. Your little girl. Myrtle Lee Bsrger, Frymire. Ky (O) FOUNTAIN PEN AND STORY BOOK. Dear oM Senta Chsnn : I am a little girl 8 years oM. I ga to arhool (vary day and would like for yea to bring me a fountain pen, a story book, hair ribbon and all kind of good randies and nut Dorlt forget my little brother. Andrew. Jr., bring mm a rattle bo. forget msmma and papa Your little Don't girl, Salli B Bnsham -(o)-WRITES - PROM ILLINOIS. I am a little girl S Dear Santa Class: yean old I wilt tell you what I woM like I want a doll with brown eyea for Xmat. and brown hair that will go to tlrep, a little lev, a eabinet snd a set of dhthe and alt kind of good candies and nut. I will go to bed early and will not peep. Pleaae don't forget mamma and papa, a fan remember grandmother snd granddad Robbins in Kentucky. Little Vema Lee Roberts, Alexander, 111. -(- O)WANTS EVERYTHING OOOD TO SAT. Dear Santa I will write and tell you what I want for Xmaa I am a little girl five yeara old. I want yoa to bring me sdoll.snew dress, s new pair of shoes snd everything good to est snd be sure snd don't Iorget my little brother, Chsrlrs, bring him s rubber bsll. So be rare and don't forget father snd mother. Your little girl. Ethel Maysey, Hardinsburg, Ky. -o- HE'S LEARNINO PAST. Dear Santa: I'm a Httle boy six (A) yesrs old. I sm s good little boy I go to school every day and am in the first reader. Mr teacher says I am learning fast. I will tell you what I want lor Xmas. I want a watch, ex, pistol, a pah- gloves and a pair of thoea snd lots of candy and nutt. So be ture and don't forget me. Your little boy, Everette L. Myey, Hardinaburg. Ky )- )- )- HOGS FOR SALE C Ask Any Doughboy Who )- W. OWEN SONS, Was "Over There" and he the best For SaJe CLOVERPORT CITY PROPERTY )- )- Shuy admtiAemmt iA published by the J. D. S EATON ,i.n t,.', . .jgnV DECEMBER 24. 1919 PEPTO-MANGA- N THE BRBCKENRIDGB NEWS, MUIT PAY FOR PAPER II RULING OP THE COURT CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY PAGE THOROUGHBREDS FOR PALE SCHOOL CHILDREN Pepto-Manga- Gives the Help the Body Needs to Make Rich, Red Blood. n Name "GudeV on Every Pkg. Sold by Druggists in Both Liquid and Tablet Form Medicinal Virtues are the Same. The lessons are hard' and the children are growing Watch their health and if they become pale and listless and don't want to work or play, con- It ' n saas- IB n at nmm i um suspect any serious ailment The .nlenrlirl tnnir . 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Jockeys, who had hen caught by MM prompt shipments. vertisement. declaration of war In iJermnn.v and We must not forget the part the Austria-Hungarand were unable to horse played in the great war, says A person can live weeks without Act now do not delay. Write us if you are thinkJOHN WRITE k CO. the New York Herald To the horses obtain passports. Interned. They were food, days without water, but only a in the world conflict, living and dead, permitted Vy governments their govLOUISVILLE, KV. few minutes without air, says the ing of buying a wagon and we will write you ernments were seeking to destroy fr (Liberal aaaiitnilt United States Public Health Service. is due unstinted praise. To them the pursue their nccustonied illin;;s un victorious nations should erect a monPersons who pay but little attention and fall valaw paid promptly and give you price, freight paid to your as to the purity of the air they breath ument of unexampled beauty suffer- a molested and unrestrained. memorial of the sacrifices and FURS To a certain extent racing was currailroad station. are not careful as to drinking water is no bother to us, we will be ings of those who could only express tailed In Great Britain during the first and food. Become a fresh air crank. t! eir loyalty and devotion to duty by two years of the great war. The use ' Raise the office windows. glad to hear from you whether you buy or not. dumb obedience. of the famous Kpyom Downs course The hero horses of the great war gave their lives for our service. They ns n renting place for convalescing sol dlers necessitated the running of the r eed shot and shell and "in the shock of battle fell" All honor to their me- famous British Derby at Newmarket FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY n 1014, 1915. HMO, l17 and 1018. The mory! Dumb Animal Magazine. preoccupation of the sportsmen of JAKE WILSON, Manager COMMERCIAL ALCOHOL Oreat Britain in the business of war Science eays that old ase beaina with awallow of water. The oil atimulatee EXTRACTED PROM COKE. caused them, to s ivrtnln extent, to FOROSVIUE, KENTUCKY weakened kldneya and digestive organs. the kidney action and enables the organs to throw off the nejrlect the thoroughbred being true. It la easy to believe cause premature pld age. poisons which of IBIS. This Middlesborough, England, Dec. 10. 1910 New life and that by keeping the kldneya and diand 1017, and" Americans were It is annosinced here that a local gestive organs cleansed and In. proper atrength increase aa you continue the Whan completely restored treatment. working order old age can be deferred continue taking a capmile or two eac.l engineer has succeeded in extracting enabled to slip In and buy up a lot of and Ufa prolonged far beyond that en- day. GOLD mHiAL, Haarlem Ol! a stnlllons and ninres with commercial alcohol and its derivaties first-clas- s joyed by the average peraon. For upward of seventy years previ- FINANCIAL COMMANDMENTS will keep you In I ealth and vigor is applied to all the coal carbonized which to enrich fie American thorous to the beglunlng of the great war For over 200 years OOL.D MEDAL. and prevent a return of the dlaesme. from coke. It is claimed that if the oughbred Industry Do not wait until old or dUunae Haarlem on has been relieving the the mllltnry governments of continentweaknessea and disability dne to ad- have settled down for good. Oo to your process, which requires the use of gas Ten financial commandments as ree al Europe hr.d been maintaining thorvancing years. It Is a standard France Alone Stops Racing. drugxlfit and gut a box of GOLD in Great Britain an estimated yield of MEDAL, Hor1em Oil Capiules. Money commended by Walter W. horn remedy and needa no IntroOf the grtnt nations participating In oughbred studs for the production of Omaha, vice president of the Head, ol 50,000,000 gallons of motor spirits will GOLD MBDAL Haarlem Oil la refunded if 'hey do not help you. TUree duction. national Inclosed in odorless, taateleas capsu'es sixes. Hti rr member to ask for the be obtained annually, revolutionizing the war, France alone felt the military horses, an earlier century of banks' section of the American Bankcontaining aJoout 5 rtro-each. Take o.rlrnl ln.po.t-- 1 (ni,r MEDAL brand, the supply and cost of liquid fuel. experimentation having demonstrated necessity of stopping horse racing. ers' Association, are: thorn as you would a pill, with a amxll lii asatsrl pM.'kaarea. with utter destruction in a to the satisfaction of experts that It 1. Make a budget. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS was the horse that boasted of tbe flood of Teutonic barbarism, Franco 2. Keep an intelligent record of exthoroughbred penditures. had to send to the tlghtlm: lines on ihi greatest proportion of 3. Have a bank account. Murne, the Somtne, the Aisne about hlood that showed the highest efficiency in military service, whether as a 4. Carry life insurance. Verdun, in the Vosjres, every nal, 5. Make a will. Frenchman capable of bearing arms. trooper's mount, an artillery horse or 6. Own your own home eventually. Bnck of the MKOtlMg lines she had to a part of the transport service. The 7. Pay your bills promptly. MoblUas the elderly men with the great war had not progressed two 8. Invest in War Savings stamps years before British and French spewomen and children for the Imperative and other Government securities. work of making munitions. Upon cialists discovered that the life of the t). Spend less than you earn. France alone fell the burden of rmlst pure thoroughbred under the gruelllus, 10. Share with others. Thrift withring the German tide for upward of two conditions of war. Independently of out benevolence is a doubtful blessing. ears. Throughout the course of the casualties, was twentj-flvdays, while - wasianB Bswajsasaa asa war speed tests were held at the great that of tl e three-quartbred was 10 French tracks, but not as public spec- to 22, of the half bred 17, of the trottacles. But there wm no letting down ter 14 and of the lesser breeds of Of Cattle and Hog Breeders of the hors as regards the exportation horses of no particular breed I to 7. Chicken Raisers, Live Stock from France of thoroughbred blood English Learn Their Lesson. any time during the war. Asa special and Tobacco Dealers of Previous to the war of the nations consideration citizens of tl United the British MOveniSMBt hnd left the Breckinridge County States, a country from which the French, from the very beginning of fp: production of horses for the army to private enterprise. The British had war, were drawing enormous quantii. i ties of military maletlal, who had thor- merely muddled nlnpg. as Is their habit Hall oughbred studs In France, such men as in most things. The difficulty the war Glen Dean, Ky. olrtoo experienced In equipping with .lohn Satiford, of Amsterdam, Major . transport Polled Durham Cattle. Poland Chin August Belmont. Joseph E. Wldener suitable horses the Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampand artillery services of the tremendand Thomas P. Thorne, were permitous armies that were being assembled shire Sheep. ted, when transportation was availaIn France in 1!'1(; and l'.llT, under Haig, Have won 1UO0 Ribboni at Slate Fai-- a im ble, to ship to the United States a limPast Five Yeara ited number of thoroughbred yearlings con v' need the rulers of the British Em So matured thoroughbred stallions or pire that Ihe old haphazard scheme would not answer in future. The Britmales were allowed to leave the counHome was therefore con- ish Parliament BltBWMBBgeaYaBBBJBnOaBBBWirn w hether their owners were FrenchSHI ItSBSIM l lllllllll try, srralped to accept the 1!H7 Major Hall W. J. OWEN ft SONS, Propietora men or outlanilers. Hsrdinsburg, Ky., Route 1 With the signing of the armistice Walker's generous offer of his entire France und England resumed racing throiudibred stud as the nucleus of i Poland China Hogs a Specialty eUSttf The great Imperial Military Horse Breedwith characteristic enthusiasm. Polled Durham Cattle attendance at the nice tracks about ing establishment and to employ Lord Paris has been greater this season l.ou,S'lule to manage and race the prorjLAY the smokegame with a jimmy than In any for the period of half a duce of that establishment on the THE HOWARD FARMS iWiu,,M" 1 pipe if you're hankering for a hand.,lilIIIIIP,,H dozen years preced'ng the outbreak of tracks of Great Britain for purposes J. M HOWARD ft SON, Prop. the great war. The crowds that wit- of elimination n the Imperial German Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, out for what ails your smokeap petite! Rosa Saltan, nessed the running of the Derby, the govei timeiit had employed various on of White-hal- l Sultan, head the bet For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new liaten on the pipe question Oup, the Lger, scions of 0 annas roalty to race tip Duroc Hogs, Spragua Defender heads tbe Oaks, the Ascot Gold herd. t etc., lu Great Britain, rere greater by produce of I lie national studs of that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries! Breeders of 2nd. prize Polled Shorthorn. or and Tulsa laSW for thirty-fivHeifer (Senior yearling class) greatest of Albert is scotfree the thousands than the Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Chicago, 1U1U. forty years before the outbreak of race truck gatherings. from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun Glen Dean, Ky. the great war. Sport Encouraged In Europe. The munificence of Major Walker's that ever was scheduled in your direction! In France and Great Britain the pat- gift to his country will be understood rolled into a cigarette it ronage ol horse racing, by the public, when It Is realized that his stud hnd Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pa- l; Hsrdinsburg, Ky. has the highest government encourage- been taxed on a valuation of upward beats the band! Get the slant that R A is simply everything any ment now as the support of racing had of s: inn i.i nm i Now fiat the war Is willing to Dealers in man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be even over Parliament Is beginning to approIn Germany and Austria-HungarLIVE STOCK AND figure up the sport you've slipped --on once you get that Prince through the dark months when human priate vast sums annually for the I beings were finding It difficult to ob- maintenance of tills Imperial horse Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokes yetem TOBACCO tain nourishing food. France and Eng- In e.iiiii; establishment after the manYou'll talk kind words every time you get on the firing line! land recognise today aa Germany aud ner such establishments hnd been t Austria-Hungarhave for many days maintained in France, Germany, A us tin Lm. lUv east Urns. Wmm mmmnj mnJ J the IndispeuaiblUty of thoroughbred tritt-- ! Jungury and Ituly for half a cenHsrdinsburg, Ky. awat crystal tlmm a wider with nW tkmt stars iav, Urn lllam M swan pmrtm blood to national defense ind neces- tury before the German Invasion of Dealer ia sity of thoroughbred horse racing for Belgium. To promote tbe quick pro- High-Clas- s Morses, Mules, Fins SadN. the maintenance at Ita highest efficien- duction of quantities of horses of thor- dle and Harness Horses. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem- , cy of thoroughbred blued. oughbred, and hulf bred types, this establishment la pre- It will pay you to visit my Stables, paring to give direct support to ttei fHuiMillan National Bureau of Breeding, S PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS which was established some seven or WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN eight years prior to 1U14, aud which O. N. Lyddaa supplied the Oauadjan and British FARMER AND FEEDER forces with thousands of splendid half breds, and to create auhsldlary brancbr Irvington, Ky. es In Australia, New Zealauu, aouui Africa aud India. -.- Vuvt, QIVE8 you light anywhere It la needed at any time; In house, yard, bam and other building. RUNS washing machine, sew Ing machine, churn, cream separator, vacuum cleaner, ate. SUPPLIES mechanical power for pumping water, sawing wood, cleaning seed, grinding food, ate. COSTS so l.ttle to operate It will quickly pay for Itself In tint and labor aavod. During the last term of the Circuit Court at Atchison county. Mo., the case of H F Staple vs. Charles Traub PROVE was tried. The suit wss brought on s long standing account, and among other items was sixteen years' subscription for the Atchison County GREAT WAR TAUGHT IMPORTMail. Mr. Traub refused to pay for ANCE OF BREEDING OF the Mail, claming he did not take the paper, and that he had refused to take HORSES. the paper from the post office and mail box a number of limes The plaintiff proved by postmasters and others that Mr Traub did take the RACING ENCO JRA3E3 ABROAD paper during all the sixteen years. In the case it was shown that, according to law, even if a subscriber does occassional order a newspaper discon- Nations Who Bore Brunt of Conflict tinued or refuse to accept it, he canMaintained the Sport aa Much aa not get out of paying for what he Possible as Matter of Sound Policy owes the paper, and the subscriber In its Relation to National Defense must pay the arrearage before stop- STRONGER ping the paper. I The jury in this case was out only verd'ct "? J'",0" t,me and brouh.tincluding the fe,T. "tire account, U41 lh ttihairinlinn nvln.n years at $1.50 a year, or $34. The costs in the justice court and the Circuit Court amounted to about $100, besides the attorney's fees. At no tlm In the? fgasjM of. the Inat five .venrs, not even while the great wnr was at Us htdght. did the Ceil Iral Kmptre atop th racing of thor- Owensboro The Wagon Farmers Call for Today fli-au- y M Saw -- It I s Cap-aule- old-tim- t n -- e DIRECTORY Mm, SaaBSBaSBBaSKI . J tlBSBBBU mats mv Planters Stock Farm ca.-alry- USBBBBBsUTSBTnall V Valley Stock Farm 1 'Wf&" V (ir-ul-I- e ante-bellu- kalf-pumn- d giea W y C V. Robertson C d PARK PLACE BRECKINRIDGE BANK OF CLOVERPORT SECURITY t SERVICE CONTENTMENT WEBSTER STOCK FARM H. H. NORTON, Owns EDWARD BOWNE, PfuM PAUL LKWIS. Cashier Itr.poaatble. Hub "I don't believe u parading, Wife "Ton couldn't uiy virtues." anyway. It takes quite a u umber tt Farmer, Feeder and Dealer ia All Kinds of Live Stock. Webster, i s pausds." Most oa Transcript. PAGE S THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY J. Keith bjrve DECEMBER 17, 111 ROAD WORK STOPS BEWLEYVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Boyd DURING HOLIDAYS Engineers and Surveyors Are day Miu Virginia Head and Harry Scattered to Their Homes. 3 Smith, of Irvington, were holiday guests of Loura Mell Stith. Lines Made at Hites Run. Mrs. Jim Clarkson, of Crawfords-ville- , The Federal surrey party laid off work Monday on the survey until Jan. 2nd, when it will be resumed. The men who are engaged in the ork will go to their homes to spend the Christmas holidays. About WO miles of the proposed route has been made, and it was expected that the route would have been completed to this city this week. In the Cloverport and Hardinsburg district the men are experiencing the hardest work they have encountered in all the survey of the route this far. Three lines have been run in the The first line Hites Run section. went down the ridge by Smart's, and a 16 ft. fill had to be made over to Hites Run; the middle one was "not much better, and Monday the neers crossed over the pike and found a route which is more practical. After the holidays work will be resumed, and after Hancock county is passed, the work will progress faster. Ind., has been the guest of Mrs. C. D. Hardaway. Rep. R J. Cain and G. O. Blanford rented Leonard Trent's farm on High Plains and expect to move there soon. KohL M. Stith and Laura Mell Stith were visitors in Irvington. Sun- The Cloverport Loose Leaf Tobacco Market is equal to any in Western Kentucky ABOUT PEOPLE. Mrs Kmtna Rlythe, who is living with her son, Mr. John Blythe, and Mrs. Blythe on the Hill, fell Tuesday morning and dislocated her hip. Dr. John Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg - was and it is not railed immediately known how serious her condition may be. She is 9:i years old. Mrs. A. A. Simons slipped and fell at her home with Mrs A. R. Fisher, on Sunday afternoon and broke her right arm between the elbow and wrist. ooo Mr. Henderson Johnson, of Han-roccounty and whose home is near here, is reported to be seriously ill Mr. Johnson is a with pneumonia. coal man, and is well known in this city where he has sold many a load of coal. k o o o The condition of Mr. Allen Black has been more seriptts in the last few days. Friends have been with him day and night assisting Mrs. Black with the nursing owing to her husband's precarious condition. ooo Mrs J Raleigh Meador. of Hardinsburg, is very ill at her home in that city. New Ross, Ind. Miss Bessie Cox has returned home after a few days visit in Louisville. Mrs Roy J. Cain entertained' the society young peoples missionary Thursday night. Mrs. Ella Compton spent Thursday with Mr. W. C. Jolly. Mary Louise Hardaway was a week-en- d visitor of Laura Mell Stith. rere Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Keith dinner guests Wednesday of Mr and Mrs. Boyd Keith, of Corners. Little Dorothy June Cain exggcts to spend the Christmas holidays in Louisville, with Miss Mollie Clarkson. Laura Stith Chapter No. 75 had a call meeting Thursday and initiated seven candidates into the order. They were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carman, Mrs. Pate Dooley, Mrs. Thos Wilson Misses Fannie Miller, Mary Louise Hardaway and Ella Wilson. Dainty refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Compton, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dowell. Paul Hardaway, Brandenburg, come Sunday to visit relatives during Mrs. Hardaway's visit for the winter at Miami, Fla. Miss Laura Mell Stith spent Tuesday with Mrs. D. C. Heron. Edgar Hardaway spent several days recently in Indiana on business. K. M Stith, of Nashville, is her for the holidays. Rev. Porter, of Louisville, fillei his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Geo. R. Compton and Guy Bandy were in Hardinsburg, Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pate spent Wednesday at Basin Springs jyith her parents, Mr and Mrs. Dave Wil son Dora McGhee (colored) is the champion turkey raiser in this neighborhood. She sold three turkeys that brought her $13.76. Whe can beat it? Mr and Mrs. W. J. Stith, Mary and Adah V. Stith, were dinner guests Wednseday of Mrs. Forest Stith of attended the Inaugural ceremonies of Got. Edwin P. Morrow at Frankfort. Edgar Hardaway is spending a few days at his far m he has rented in OPEN DAY AND NIGHT The highest prices for Breckinridge, Hancock and adjoining counties' tobaccos have been paid this season on this floor. xxxxxxxscxxxxxxxy xxxxxxxxxxmiaci WASH DAY AND SMILES LETTERS WE APPRECIATE M Skillman, Hardinsburg, Ky. BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY SOLDIER SUBSCRIBES. The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Editor: Please send MOVED TO LOUISVILLE. me The Breckenridge News for oue Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, year. Enclosed find check for $1.50. Ky. Friend John: Ptease change my Please acknowledge receipt by letter ' ' a 111' 11 V or postal card, the way that is most I' k' VV nV I.ongheld Avenue, Box 25 A., Louis convient for you. I am a resident of ville, Ky. Very much yours, S. K. Breckinridge county. Send to the corVessels. address below. Sincerely,. William rect TT n. X' nailery zist. ricia i. Howard, n . .Bragg.r. Fayettevillit MR GUY PAYNE CONTINUES, Artillery Camp ( I I J be Irvington, I ft, TT , 1. A aFsJBI 8BWL i Py- Mr J. D. Babbage. Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find check for $1 50 for RENEWAL which continue my subscription to Mr. J. D. Babbage: Enclosed find The Breckenridge News one year." $1.00 for renewal to The Breckenridge Yours, Guy Payne, Mook, Ky. News. Address, Mrs. Wm. McGovern, Reynolds, Route 1 Box 51, Ky. - N. C THANKS FOR YOUR PROMPTNESS Irvington. . MOVED TO AXTEL. BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICE. e, Rev. M. M. McFarland, of Evans-villMr. Joe I'aston has moved his resit is announced, will preach at RofT, to Axtel, Ky., makidence from the Baptist church in this city on ing the change last week. In requesting the change of address for The Sunday morning and evening, DecHreckcnridgc News, Mr. Paston ad- ember 28. ded that he appreciated the News ul An Endlesa Chain. could hardly wait for it to come every week. "We're very unsettled In our Ant," inun ut the Bald the worried-lookin- g J. H. AUBREY SUBSCRIBES. club. "Whnt's the trouble?" nuked his Mr. J. li Babbage: Find enclosed friend. Breck$1 00 for which send me The "Well, our children keep the next-dooenridge News for 8 months to Askin, neighbors awake, so they pass Ky Yours. J. H Aubrey. the time by playing the piano; that SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS makes the pet dog next door to thrni Little Filipino Girl. Helping to Do Us Family Washing biirk, and that keeps the children next door awake, and there's so much nuisf Their laundering methods are native Philippine, but their smile Is pure DENTIST PERMANENT through the building that there's mi American, learned along with a lot of other American tricks from missionDr. R. I. STEPHENSON chance at all of our children going to aries from the United States. Playgrounds, games and toys have been sleep." exported by the States to the Philippine children as fitting accompaniments Office to school and Sunday school, and so It Is that Uncle Sam has become a The Jazz Spirit. veritable Santa Claus; and a missionary is a flesh Prince CharmiMASONIC BUILDING Waverly (Jerty Olddignd Is crazy ng" in the eyes of the youthful Filipinos. In order to develop the work of over Jazz, music. educating and Christianising the people of the Philippines, as well as other Hardinsburg, Ky. Murcella Indeed. important social and spiritual activities, the Episcopal Church will launch Campaign for $41,000,000 and 1,500 new workers oa Decema Nation-wid- e "Yes. I learned that when I took Specializing In Trial Practice ber 7. trip through the her on a sight-seeinbiggest boiler shop In town the other MURRAY HAYES day." Reduced H s Cc.nc-.lt- . CHINESE WOMEN HAVE LAWYER "I don't get the connection." Ho wn eaten tm with n l'UllAlSw FINANCIAL ABILITY, '"? lairtfM of hi "As soon as we entered the door ponnrlni-'in'sIntei Southern Building and (lerty heard the terrific din she snd when he was inn!;iiiur hN speech In They Carried Y. W. C. A. Campaign LOUISVILLE ' grabbed my arm and said, 'flee, let's th M iliHi i nejilu rftock pn-MrM he "Over the Top." More Than 20 Years Experience ' i -- .. Telegram. tbni;.' nit d thnl "tip f the Mtu'h tins been said aSout the hon h'-- i. I 'h'nu nun apftaSlfM to he esv and skill of the ('h'nese business When I lie lutn f ajdJUrVUMl h" huUnii tnan Tin' world has Mfftvetttl to men liolt'd the iirllst. Hon the financial ub'lllty of Chinese sway aw ymi "I believe women. They proved this ability In sketching me: Isnl Unit n?" ha In the last (lmim'lHl campaign of the Y. quired. W ('. A. In Tientsin "Thnt Is so." replied Ih prrlst. Ordinarily three weeks are allowed you t dl nif hnt In which to ruise the budget iy sub "Well uw would newspnper you nw roptv--etit?scrlptiou after the Ontince committee "I reyWII ri" new wihimt." has decided ttpon the sum necessary the nrtlrt. "! rteaifjH e.i". !c to carry on the work of the coming poKtcnrdf." London ycur. The Tientsin campaign wos carried on entirely by Chinese women and Warblers of All Colors. THE UNIVERSAL CAR all records by going over the Not tn' .ri- -' into actoual the hUQMI broke top In ten days with a large surplus helnps who are sometimes referred to over the hudgdt. The Ford Model T One Ton Truck with its you will find on looking m warhh-rs- , Vaults. Worlc"s Lar-is- t is really a a bird hook thnt there ure many bronze worm-driv- e manganese Into In the ondorjrroiuid vaults of the Hlphubell-cullkinds of warblers, rang nit necessity for the farmer because it solves his new United States nssju- onV'e. the all the way from ki ni" which was Irrld recently from the problem of economic transportation yellow-rumie- l warblers, cornerstone warhlera to In New Yor'. c;hi he stored mere than farm to the city. And in farm work alone, it says the American Forestry associaThfjr are snld In ppld. will be found a great money saver as well as a tion. Washington. to be tilt" largest ind tlnest In the If you hud a culleetlon of them all world, accord 02 to I'opulnr .Mcehiiu'cs big labor saver. Has all the merits of the Ford together Ihey would take In about all magaslnr. Wta t th elifht stories car multiplied by greater capacity with greater the colors of the rainbow, yellow, of the hathl'tl'! will be located beneath orange, chestnut, black, white, green, the surface of the Pitrrh. Sivileil In strength. No extra cost in operation. We'd gray, brown and other colore, with the torneralMie of the structure are like to talk it over with every farmer. Bring numerous shades entering into their copies of several newpnp"rs; a ssfaV your Ford car to us for necessary repairs and beuuttful plumuife. nl op w h'ch !here Is a portraM of the thus get the genuine Ford parts and reliable prcsld' til. rmd a baa coutalnliig u set of United Itn tea coins raiiifliiK In value Ford workmanship. High Temperature May Mislead. High temperature' dues not always from one o:nt to g"J0. besides other menu fever, for the body heat may be articles of Interest and value. The Increased by exercise or eating, and building will Ptwt over SSKOtKK). T. J. HOOK, a rise of as much as 1.3 decrees HAROINSBUKO, KY. Dotted Fabric. has been traced to mental work. Dotted fabric la used more and Dr. K. B. Wynn of Indlauaisdis reports more. We ttud lovely frocks of dotted that drufled men before eiaiuliiatlon muslin. Occasionally point d'esprlt la showed an average rise of 0.3 degrees used, especially aa a trimming, when from the anxiety and suspend, with a appears in bands, like insertion, or corresponding depression below nor- It on the edge of ruffles or turks. Ilka mal after examination. In 40 nurses I ben there are dotted swlaa the fall after examination averaged footing. white fabric, 0.8 degrees. The psychic rise plus the hata and other dotted the dot alwaya self colored, being efdally elevation way lead to false confectively used for frocks and blouses. clusions If the physician Is not lr Homing, hats and paxasola. nd-blood g 1606-7-s -d Tit-Rity Knh-renhe- it Mr. J. D. Babbage. Dear Sir: Eind check for $1.50 for one year's subscription to The Breckenridge News. think" you should reward me for promptness. After January 1st. my address will be Beaverdam, Route 2 Box 54. Yours, W. H I'emberton. Rosine. Ky. 1 SENDS THE NEWS TO ALABAMA. Mr. Babbage: Please find enclosed MMM& check for our subscription to The HtSfhltlay ClnicK.S Breckenridge News for another year, xi KENTUCKY MFG. CO.. Paducak. .. and please send the News to Mr. C. I! Beard, Greensboro, Ala., beginning For Sale By G. WET HI N GTON and aUgood dealers with this week. Respectfully, Mrs. J. fltff Plenty EffgS r DR. tiffins Mean- U1IIKB IIVII9, B W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST . m. p. m. u5 p. m. to It u. Always Id office during office boars If. m Dog Owners! You are required by law to license your dogs and it is right that you should for the protection of the sheep industry. Get Your Dog License and Tag from the following persons:- Miss Effie Whittler, Glen Dean, Ky.; S. B. Laslie, Sample. Ky,; J. O. Bennett, Custer, Ky.; R. L. Gilpin, Corners, Ky. ; Newsom Gardner, Irvington, Ky. ; G. R. Compton, Bewleyville, Ky. ; Frank Rhode, McUaniels, Ky.; J. O. Jolly, Union Star, Ky. ; K. F. t, Hickett Kirk, Ky Mi.ss Lena Payne, Ky. ; Minor Burks, Addison, Ky. ; A. M. Hardin, Lodiburg, Ky. ; Wm. Davis, Ky ; J. D. Allgood, Askins. Ky ; J. W. Hultz, Fisher, Ky. ; Homer Pile, Mook, Ky. ; R. L. Henning, Glen Dean, Ky. ; Marion Weatherholt, Cloverport, Ky. ; Clerks Office, Hardinsburg, Ky. ; Steph-ensporMc-Qumd- y, S1 A. T. BEARD County Clerk