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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 15, VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, ,1 1920 8 Pages No. 25 DAVIESS GROWERS AGREE TO HOLD foo pounds. The sales for the week totaled Vl7,0.r)0 pounds for which the MASONIC growers received $43,f07.13, a general average of $0.73 per 'hundred lbs. Comparing last weeks sales with first weeks sales of former seasons.. In 1910 sale amounted to 1,139,000 TOBACCO pounds, which brought $155,740.13, a Many Pay Last Tribute to Progeneral average of $13.30 a hundred minent Local Physician Who pounds. In 1018 the first week's sales to 2,773,050 pounds which Was Buried Thursday. Pledges to Hold Weed for amounted the farmers $403,588 00 a Sign brought Ingeneral average of $10.71 per one hunTen Days. Will Try and The funeral o' Dr. Forrest Lee dred pounds. fluence Growers of Other Last year the first week's sales were Lightfoot, which was held at his late low in comparison to those in the residence in the East End on ThursCounties. day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, was two years previous. In Friday's sales some o' the good very largely attended by relatives and growers of Daviess baskets brought from $29 to $35. per scores of friends, who paid their last The tobacco county met in a majority of the 120 hundred. The lower grades arc sell- tribute to one whom they loved. school districts last Friday night and ing around $1, $2 and $3 per hundred. Rev. J. R. Randolph, pastor of the signed pledges agreeing to hold their Methodist church, assisted by Rev. E tobacco off the Owensboro market for C. Nail, pastor of the Baptist church, a oeriod of ten davs. They were FORMER BRECKINRIDGE officiated at the home. Mcmbcrs of CO. BOY MARRIED' IN EAST. the Masonic order said their last rites prompted to take this step upon the refusal ot the warehousemen 01 at the grave in the Cloverport cemeOwensboro to close their floors. Garfield, Ky, Deo. 13. (Special) tery where Mr. R. L. Oclzc was MasNot onlv do the majority of tobac Friends here have received the mar- ter of ceremonies. There were many co growers in Daviess county intend, riage announcement of Mr. Richard beautiful floral offerings to hold their weed, but it was an- - Irl Hook and Miss Ella May Puidell The nail bearers were: Messrs J. C. nounccd at this meeting that they on Saturday afternoon. Dec. 4, in Nolte. Thos Odcwalt. F. P. Payne. would try. and influence growers of Christ Episcopal church, Rockville, L. McGavock, J. Byrne Severs and McClean, Hancock, Breckinridge and Maryland. Henry Ycagcr. Ohio counties tp do likewise. Mr. Hook is the son of Mr. Andy From 1:30 to 2:30 the business T paInra r( flip nrcrmiirn tinn ninrt- - Hook, formerly of this community houses on Main street closed their ing say that they feel sure that theyj and one of the leading families of doors during the funeral hour can sen me oeiier graues o looacco Garfield. Those from out of town who atat better prices. They plan to put the tended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. lower grades in hogsheads and prize. John Skillman, Dr. John E. Kincheloc An advance of 50 per cent of the WM. KYLER DIED THREE and Mrs. Kincheloe, Mrs. Jeff Owen, value of the tobacco will be made in WEEK'S AFTER WIFE'S DEATH Messrs. Thomas and Arthur Beard, warehouses to await a rise in the Mr. and Mrs Herbert Beard, brother market. s Mr. Wm Kyler, of Hawesville, died land of the deceased, all There seem to be no indications in the Hopkinsville Asylum Saturday o Hardmsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Light-fowhatsoever that the loose leaf floors Mr. Kyler was sent to the asylum Miller, Airs George Bently an in Owensboro will close their doors about ten days ago. His remains were Mrs. Adair, of Haweville. Mrs. Ella pending the organization. brought to Hawesville and interred D Gregory, of Bra"ndcnburg, and l.:r The first week's sales on the besides those of his wife who has nf TnfTprcntlfnwtl frc T Owensboro market with the offering been dead three weeks. He was the Besides being a Mason Dr. Light- of 100, 175 pounds of pryor, which father of Mrs. T. S. Nicholas, of . foot ws a member of the Knig'iti . brought a general average of $7 the Cloverport. Pythias and Knight Templar Orders RITES LIME PULVER ASSURED FARMERS FOR DR. LIGHTFOOT SHORTEST MAN IN STATE IS MARRIED; LIVES IN BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY. Lcitclificld, FARMERS THINK THEIR Ky. Dec V. 0. J. Hultz, 51 years old. Fislier, Breckinridge county and Miss Eliza A. Dug-gin- s. Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust 42 years old, of the same county Co., Will Advance Necessary at Fislier, Ky., were married at this place this afternoon. Funds to Secure Shipment. Mr. Hultz is only three feet, six eighty-fiv- e inches high. weighs The Bank of Hardinsburg lias again pounds and claims to he the smallest in demonstrated its interest in the wel- man six Kentucky. The bride is four feet inches tall and weighs 100 of the farmers of the county by pounds. fare necessary offering to advance the Mr Hultz has served as deputy funds to pay the freight on the state county court clerk for several years, lime pulver that will arrive in the and as a magistrate and is the postnear future. The pulver will be loaned master at Fisher, Ky., at present. free to the farmers of the county, the state only asking that the farmers pay the freight. A small fee will be collected 'rom each farmer using the pulver to reimburse the bank lor the freight By careful records Breckinridge county farmers have found that they can get out rock and pulverize it for less than $1 per ton. Considering that in some parts of the country farmers Three Coaches and Baggage arc spending as high as $8 per ton to Car of L. H. &St. L. Hit get lime on their farms this is a "Frog" at Rock Haven. remarkable proposition. Few farmers can afford to turn down the State's 1921 CROP SHOULD BE ELIMINATED This Was General Opinion Expressed at Farmers Institute in Hardinsburg, Monday and Tuesday. Women Hold Conference Too. NO. 143 DERAILED WEDNESDAY EVE "That the ltm tobacco crop in Breckinridge county should be eliminated." was the general consensus of opinion among the leading farmers of the county who attended the Farmers Institute held in Hardinsburg, Monday and Tuesday of this week. The fanners vied among themselves that they would uoi get anything for this j tar's crop trilcss they cut out the l'.Ul crop, but they did not enter into any written agreement to that effect s?tcr-in-law- ot 1 I trir ltl-inr- proposition. L. II. train Any farmer interested in the pulver 143 due & St. L. passenger0:40 1 No. M. in Cloverport at with the County should get in touch Wednesday hours Agent cr the Bank of Hardinsburg. was six due to late last of the cars evening several leaving the rails at Rock Haven. The MASTOIDITIS train was running at a rate of sneed OPERATION FOR of about twenty-fiv- e miles an hour. Mrs. Toe. B. Fitch underwent an The baggage car, two coaches and operation Thursday morning at her the parlor car left the rails when the home in this city tor mastoiditis, me train with its tender derailed, hit a operation was successfully performed "frog." by Dr. Dan Griffith, of Owensboro. The train was approaching Rock assisted by Dr. B. H. Parrish, local Haven station and was under control physician. Mrs. Fitch is having a None of the passengers were injured good recovery for which her many which maintains the record of the f rie n ds are pleased to learn "Texas" never to have had a passenger killed. A special train was sent out from Louisville and the passengers were transferred on to it COUNTY OFFICES EXAMINED Will You Have Enough Money For Christmas? If This is to certify that I have the County Offices of Breckin ridge County and find same to be in good condition and well kept. The records are neat and all public moneys, have been reported to the State Auditor of Public Accounts. R. E. Keown, Asst. State Inspec tor and Examiner L. AND N. RAILROAD YOUR CHRISTMAS CHECK Just imagine how handy some extra money will be next Christmas. Our Christmas checks will range from $12.50 to 1,000.00 plus interest, according to the plan you select. Start systematic saving by joining our Christmas Club determine right now to prepare for a happy holiday season in 1921. Select one or more of the following plans: . TO SPEND $33,000,000 ON IMPROVING SYSTEM Mapother executive vice president of the Louisville and Nashville railroad addressing the Transportation club at a dinner tonight declared the railroad's entire contract, involved an expenditure of j:i,:soo,()0() of which approximately $11,000,0(0 would be spent to increase facilities, trackage, carriers and locomotives for transportation of Kentucky coal He said contracts had been entered since March 1. when the roads were returned by the government. MR. Louisville, Ky , Dec. 8. -- V L The Institute vas considered quite There was much interest manifested in the general cause of agriculture. The first day was not so well attended owing to inclement weather, but Tuesday's program brought out between two and three hundred people. Attorney Jesse Eskridge presided at the Institute Monday and Judge H. DeHaven Moorman made the welcome address. Following him fas Mr Tate Bird, who made air excclent talk on "Dairying" Mr. Bird said that better dairying should be encouraged in the county. He urged the farmers to improve their herds by getting better producing cows. Tuesday's meeting was presided over by Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman. At the morning session. Rev. Father J. F Knue made a good talk along general lines of farming. Mr. James Speed addressed the meeting after Rev Knue, and following him was H. A. Pickett, poultryman on "Care of the Home Flock." What interested the farmers most perhaps at this time, was John N. .Newmans views of the I obacco situation " While the men were holding their meeting in the Court House, the women gathered at the city hall to hear Miss Sue Bearesley on Home Economics. The children of the public school were dismissed for the purpose of being allowed to hear Mis'-- Bearesley so that this meeting was largely attended. a success WIFE OF MASON HENDRICK DEAD Succumbs at New Bethel Following Long Illness. Born Near Stephensport. New Bethel. Dec. 14. (Special) Mrs. Lillie M. Hendrick. wife of Mason Hendrick, succumbed at her late home here on Friday, Dec It She had beciv in declining health for a number of years. Mrs. Hendrick was born near Stephensport, Ky., March 17. 187.'!. She was the daughter, of Peter and Mary E. Lyons. She was married to DEPOSIT of 25 cts. WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty DEPOSITS of 50 cts. WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty DEPOSIT of $1.00 WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty DEPOSIT of $2.00 WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty DEPOSITS of $5.00 WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty DEPOSIT of $10.00 WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty DEPOSIT, of $20.00 WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty weeks weeks weeks weeks weeks. $12.50 PlUs Interest $25.00 Plus Interest $50.00 Plus Interest $100.00 Plus Interest $250.00 Plus Interest $500.00 Plus Interest $1000.00 Plus Interest BRIDGEWATER DEAD. Bewleyville. Ky., Dec. 13. (Special) Mr. Andy Bri(gewater. who recently moed here from Green county, died at his home near Corners on Friday morning His remains were taken to Green county for burial. Mr. Bridgewater was a brother of Mrs. B. S. Wilson, of this place, and an uncle of Mrs. D. T. Wilson I i To this union were born two daugh-terSHERIFF CARMAN MAKES Effie and Hattie. who survive HIS LAST SETTLEMENT Mason Hendrick, August 14, 1893. n, Wr weeks weeks the mother, and one son, Hubert, who Sheriff J. B. Carman, of Breckin- died in infancy. ridge county, was in Frankfort re- -' The funeral services were conducccntly and made his last settlement ted at New Bethel Baptist church, of for the year with the State. He paid which Mrs. Hendrick was a member into the State Treasury over $30,000, by the pastor, Rev. H. S. English, on and was the fourteenth Sheriff in Dec. 3. The remains were laid to rest Kentucky to make a complete and in the Cox cemetery near final settlement. t THOUSANDS HAVE RECEIVED OUR CHECKS THIS 'YEAR FOR MONEY THEY HAVE SAVED. WHY NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY AND START NOW. WE HAVE CUSTOMERS ALL OVER THE STATE OF.KENTUCKY AND SOUTHERN INDIANA THAT BANK WITH US BY MAIL. SEND PERSONAL CHECKS, POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. NO RISK. B'ANK BY MAIL. ("She'Bank that makes you feel at Home YOUR VALUABLE PAPERS PROTECT THEM Thieves usually come in the night and they give no advance notice. It's the same with fire. That's when it is dangerous and unwise to keep im1 J portant papers, wills, deeds, bonds, Insurance policies, etc., at home. Safeguard them ABSOLUTELY. Keep them in our vault it is fire and burglar Co. proof. The cost is low less than a cent a day. Bring in HARDINSBURG, KY. your valuables you .need ON TIME the service. jPHPymywiwww Building owner by Bank "THE HOME FOR SAVINGS M LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Fourth and Market Streets MEMIER OF FEDERAL ANNUALLY Louisville, Kentucky COMPOUNDED SEMIUkN Hardinsburg "Bank of anTrust RESERVE SYSTEM. FOUR PER CENT INTEREST ON REGULAR SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AND TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT .ijoli, . i .at ft "- - w wMWWMwummrtt .mi "- - mr imm . Kll.(w .. 46 DEPOSITS 6 SAVINGS - V ,. Ht'-'r&fal- PAGE TWO TtiE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Joe Brashear, of West Virginia, is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Geo. M, Barkley. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cashmau and Miss Liss Cashtnan were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Smart, Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs. Evans Woodrow, who bought property moved into Mrs. A. L. Lewis and Carman, of the McCub-bin- s it last week. little daughLouisville, the Mrs. Walter Robinson was called eral days last week with her cousin, to Olaton, Friday by the death of her Mrs. Ella Compton. brother, Lee Patterson, who died of Mrs. Dave Wilson and Mrs. Sandpneumonia. guests of ers Pate were week-en- d Mrs. Mattie Patterson and sons, Mrs. B. S. Wilson. gone to Big Clifty, Ky., to reside. Miss Alliene Jordan is spending Miss Florence Brack, of Big Clifty, sometime with Miss Mary E. Board, visited her uncle and aunt, Kir. and of Rosctta. Mrs. Willie Davison, recently. We are glad to see Mrs. W. J. Sfith Evelyn, the little daughter of Mr. out after a very serious illncs. and Mrs. Lyman Wooslcy, who has The meeting is still in progress here been very ill, is improving. with fine sermons every night. Gene Jordan left Monday for MysMisses Jessie Day and Minnie Hayes were in Hardinsburg, Monday hav- tic, to visit relatives. Miss Mary R. Carman had for her ing dental work done Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Stanley were in dinner guests Sunday, Misses Nina Louijvillc. last week. Kasey and Mary Dowcll. Several from High Plains, attended DECEMBER II, 1M0 In the County HARDINSBURG Mrs. M. D Heard left Monday (or Louisville to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Drown and children, of Woodrow, were the week end guests of Mrs. Hrowns parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Kincheloe. Jesse Payne, Irvitigton, made a business trip here Wednesday. Mrs. G I). Shclhnan and daughter-in-laMrs. Hobert Shclltnan, returned Saturday from a week's visit with relatives in Louisville. Porter Sarctt, of Detroit, Mich., has returned after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sarett. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Grausc, of Leitchficld, arc visiting Mr. Grause's mother, Mrs. Sallic Grausc. Miss Hess Watlington. Stephens-por- t and Miss Judith Watlington, of Basin Spring, were the guests o' their parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Watlington the week-enPaul Basham has returned from Louisville. Mrs. Gilbert Oldham, Tell City, Ind., is the guest of her aunt. Mrs. Wm. Dcjarnettc, and Mr. Dejar-ncttof Route No. It John Cook, Irvington. was here Friday. Miss Rcgiuia ilobcn, who spent the week-enin Louisville, has returned. Wm. Hook returned Monday from several days stay in Louisville. Miss Mary LaRue Beard and brother Geo. Heard, spent the week-enw, d. 111 Your Opportunity D 4 K .. e, ter, Louise, were in first of the week. A. L. Lewis was in Louisville, last week. Abe Bryant. Jti, is stationed at Camp Grant, III. C. R. Boswcll, of Louisville, spent the first of the week with Mr. and HARNED Mrs. Geo. Barkley. Mrs. O. V. Shoemaker returned Frank Compton went to Cloverport, from Evansvillc, last week to spend Saturday. the holidays with her parents, Mr Rev. C. F. Black filled Rev. Roc's and Mrs. I. G. McCoy. appointment at the Methodist church Sunday. Read What U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ganaway, of Says About What 2 Rats Can Do. near Madrid, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Denver Robinson, Friday. According to government figures, Milt Tate, of Sample, was the guest two rats breeding continually for of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Macy, Sunthree years produce 359,700,482 indi- day night. vidual rats. Act when you sec the Air. and Mrs. P. M. Tucker. Mr. and is Mrs. S. E. Tucker and children, first rat, don't wait. RAT-SNA- P the surest, cleanest? most convenient Myrna and Rcba, were guests of Mr. exterminator. No mixing with other and Mrs. Percy Tucker, of West foods. Drys up after killing leaves no View, Sunday. smell. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Coleman 'Has well, traveling salesSold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne man for Carter Dry Goods Co., was & Co.. Cloverport, and B. F. Beard & here Monday and was the dinner Co., Hardinsburg. Advertisement. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skill-man. church here Sunday. David Hardaway is suffering from sciatica. , The meeting at the M. E. church closed Friday night. There was much good done. Those who missed these services missed fine sermons. There were seven convcrtd and joined the church. Mrs. Lucy Heron has been quite ill at her home near here. Miss Violet Shumate spent the week-enwith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Shumate, of Hill Grove. Mrs. Sanders Pate has gone to Green county for an indefinite stay. d fine types of CERTAINpreviously used for export, piled up in the United States due to the high rate of exchange. From these high grade tobaccos we have manufactured "111" CIGARETTES a new product a quality product made of tobacco never (ONE-ELEVEN) H BRANDENBURG lXA d LODIBURG Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin were in Louisville, last week buying goods. While there they went to Prospect and spent a night with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibson. Mrs. Grayson Payne was in Irving-to- n one day last week visiting friends. D. E. Deacon was in Louisville last week buying goods. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dowcll and family of Illinios, are at home visiting Mrs. Dowell's parents, Mr. and Mrs Wm Keys, and Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Dowcll, of Hardinsburg. Sam Brown, who has been in Illinois, for the last month, returned home last week. In another week friend Mill, we'll bang up our hoes and old Santa, will fill them from the top to the toes. Mr. and Mrs. Cammilious Cart spent last Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Grayson d John O'Reilly and Vic Robertson made a business trip to Owensboro, Friday. Mr. and Mrs Win. Jolly, Sample, were the guests of friends Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hickerson. of Louisville, arc visiting Mrs. Hicker-son- 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. West John Flood, Stcphensport, was here Wednesday the guest of friends. Rev. J. F. Norman has returned from a ten days visit with bis parents. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Norman, of Providence, R. I. Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Bceler, Kirk, were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. L. Walker, and Mr. Walker, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Beard attended the funeral of Mrs. Beard's brother-in-laDr F. L. Lightfoot. Clover-porlast Thursday. Mr. Thomas Ryan has bought the property known as Mrs. Marcella Sheeran on East Main St., o' W. R. Moorman. Mrs Bernard Rhodes and daughter. Miss Martha Rhodes, left Saturday for Glen Dean, to visit her sister, Mrs. Wm Ilobcn, and Mr. Ilobcn. James Mattingly has returned from a visit with bis brother, Win. Mattingly, and Mrs. Mattingly. Louisville. Archie Glastcock and Earl Glasscock were the Sunday guests of Miss Katie Mcador and MNs Bettic t, in Louisville. Miss Ruth Fullcnwidcr is confined to her room suffering from eczema. Mrs. Kate Styles is with Mrs. Neil McMonigle for a winter's stay. Homer Alexander sold his stock, B. W. Hayncs spent the week-en- d farming implements and a part of his here with his family. household goods at auction, Saturday. Rev. Zcbendin preached two serMr and Mrs. Alexander will move mons, here at Philips Memorial Bapto Mook soon. tist church on last Sunday to an ap Mr. and Mrs. Denver Robinson and preciative audience. . r m c tr r :.. weic quests uir .Mr. I .mis. j. ii, uiins Miss Rose Chism is at Leaven mwl fr Mnrli fnrnr ninr worth, Ind., the guest of relatives. Daniels, Sunday night. Airs. Dave Cunningham is rccupcr- .urs. .Mary unanibiiss. ot htardms- - :,,; frn, ,, oimA f .,.....,.i:.,:.:o burg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ella Gregory was in Cloverport Robert Wcatherford. iast Thursday where she went to at- tend the funeral of Dr. F. L. Light- - previously used in cigarettes in this country. ffl . ,, .. ., ir. juiui vani ami iamuy were at Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stith and chi!d- - Mauckport, last Sunday. Mr. Cain's ren, Catherine and Francis, of Ekron. sister, who lived at that place, died rc- spent Thursday with his sister, Mrs. cently and the burial occurred on Ray Keith. Sunday. Miss Mabel Trent, of Vine Grove.' A big Sunday-schorally has been has been the guest of Mrs. Ben Wil- - in progress for some time at the tist church here. Much rivalry exists Mrs. Bettie Lee McCoy spent sev- - between the "blues" and the "reds". ( BEWLEYVILLE i . fo?- yf. !iv which means that it you don't like "111" Cigarettes, you can get your money back from the dealer. I H II I M ft ol Bap-so- n, Try A News Want Ad For Results Ladies' Payne. STEPHENSPORT Miss Mary Canary was in Cloverport last Wednesday having dental work done. Mrs. E. A. Smith was in Cloverport, Friday Mr. and Mrs. E E. French, of Louisville, were guests ot relatives Here last week, m at $90.00. We thank Mrs. Grayson Payne so much for the box of cakes and candy she sent us the next morning after the pound party. May Mr. and Mrs. Payne live long and enjov life with all that life is. Victor Robertson, Louisville, visit ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robertson, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macy, of East St. Louis. 111., visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Macy. last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, Mr. and Mrs Sam Robertson and three child ren. Jean. Grace and William Allen Robertson, were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin, last Sunday. Charlie Payne. Louisville, is spending the week at home with his family. Elmer Basham, son of Jonas Basham. has a position with the American Express Co., of St. Louis. Mo. at the salary of ?1U7 00 a month. That is showing up fine for a boy of IS years. Ladies7 Suits All Coat Suits Have Been Reduced to New Low Levels Dresses All Wool Serge and Tricotine dresses, beautiful new styles, will be sold during this sale at less than half. All wool Serge Dresses, new models M tf One Lot Suits started $14.95 Wonderful Assortment Priced at A $19.50 to $12.50, $14.95 and FHe I $19.50 Dresses ' Fine Tricotine $35.00 Take our word for it, they will not be sold any cheaper in January. Mr. and Mrs. loe I). Moorman, nf n. a rT?T-cGlen Dean, are guests of Mrs MoorMr and Mrs. Richard Bruner and man's patents. Mr. and Mrs Sam H. little son. were guests of bis parents. Dix. Misses Bruce Temple and Bessie Mr aml Mrs J- - W. Bruner. Sunday. Mrs Eli Pile. Mrs. Wilbur Pile and Watlington. teachers, entertained the seventh and eighth grade pupils S011, Richard Lee, of Hamed. were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. '" to.wn Thursday. Dieckiuau l'ss Louise May spent the week-daint- y After games and music, refreshments were served to' c,u' at borne with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will May. of Webster. the guests Misses Ruth and Mary Aim Har ned, Mrs H II Henuinger and Mrs Slvn.ilmng In Trial Practice Harold Smith, motore'd to Hardins-bu- r -- t Priced to at $19.50 $49.50 Just What Everyone Wants Fop MURRAY HAYES LAWYER '(i 8 Inter-Southe- t03t.7 Building LOUISVILLE More Than -- Years Experience ) ssmBw ( Southern Optical Co. Incorporated PERFECT. FITTING n Sritunbv afternoon Lawrence Renn, of Louisville, visited friends here the week-enMrs. Belle Byrns. of Indianapolis, came Monday night to spend the winter with her mother. Mrs. Mary Crist. Mrs. Ru'as Kennedy was the guest of l.er sister. Mrs Me'lvin Adams. last d. Just What You Want To Pay is so much week D. II Smith was in Louisville, last more satisfying this year than it has been for a long time. Our stocks are so complete. So many things are now here in plentiful supply that have been scarce or absent altogether during the recent years and then The buying of Christmas from here attended the sale of Homer Alexander, at Harned, Sat- urday. Mrs. Lide Horsley and daughter. Miss Gola. were guests of Mrs. Thornhill, Sunday eve. Prices fire So Much Lower Than They Have Been Perhaps you're not able to decide on what to buy for several friends. Perhaps you're deciding on something that isn't the best thing to buy, for somebody. Maybe it's because you haven't had your ideas stimulated by seeing the many things to choose from that an inspection of our store would bring to your attention. or FALLS OF ROUGH Mrs. Albert Beaucbamp is in Dallas, Texas, 'or an indefinite stay with her brother, James Popham. Mrs Dallice Wilkerson and son. Elliott and 'Mrs. Nola Frank, of Owensboro. spent the week-enhere with relatives John Beaucbamp, of Millwood, was here this week to visit his sister, Mrs d SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES ' Artificial Etm Kryptoka lavuibU Bifocal SouthwMt Corner 4th and LOUISVILLE. Lmtxt y j It's really wonderful how many things there are that would delight you in the giving and the friend in the receiving, that you haven't even thought of. That's why all of us need to see as much as we can, during these busy gift-seeki- ng . i ' KY. days, and that is why our store is so helpful. S. T. Cook. SUFFERED , 3 YEARS WITH RHEUMATISM, CATARRH AND STOMACH TROUBLE, SINCE TAKING NO. Come, and Let Us Solve Your Christmas Problems, With Best Gifts For Everybody MAIL ORDERS Will be promptly filled and sent anywhere, parcel post prepaid ' f. ,, 40 FEELS FINE Gary, Ind., April 25, 1919. 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Used with phenomenal success In chronic rheumatism, catarrh, lumbago, myalgle (pain In tbo muscles, muscular rheumatism or neuralgia), glandular swellings, scrofula, mercurial and lead poisoning, abscesses, sores, ulcers, boils and carbuncles. The best druggist in your neighborhood nils Number 40, but If it happens that he does not send direct to J. 0. ll Medicine Company, Evansville, Indiana, and receive It delivered to you at $1.29 per bottle, six bottles for $7.00. Men-denba- S, W. Anderson Co. InctrpcrtM " Where Owentfcero, Courtesy Reigns" KMtwkf Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE i V f I t DECEMBER IS, 1M0 Two hundred pupils in attendance is the goal When the climax is reached the school will enjoy a social where roast turkey and many other kinds of i good cats will he served, the defeated ones to dd the serving. Earl Graham, who was appointed! Circuit Court Clerk hy Judge Layman was unable to accept the appointment . as he is engaged in public school I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE SAYS HE BELIEVES IT SAVED HIS LIFE Contractor Declares Tanlac Has Restored Has Health After He Almost Gave Up Hope. m SANTA CLAUS ARRIVES SATURDAY Santa Clans gets here on the train Saturday morning and will conic directly to this store, where he wants to meet every little girl and hoy in Iireckinridge County and hear what they want him to bring them for Christinas. As Santa can only stay with us a few minutes he wants all the children to be here on time. I le says he is going to to something bring every one to remember him by, so don't miss him children. 11 :2() work, Prof and Mrs. Maddox will spend the Christmas holidays at Heaver Dam, with their parents. The Meade County Humane So- - j Toys! Toys! Toys! Toys for Boys-r-Su- ch as builder outfits, popguns and cap pistols, trains, and automobiles, games, footballs, wagons, drawing outfits, little tool chests. Toys for Girls Doll's, just lots of them and doll hats, wash day outfits, pianos, doll dishes, little girls embroidery sets, games and books. go-cart- "If it hadn't been for Tanlac I don't believe I'd be alive today," said Wil-JiaLake street, Toledo, F. Keys, poultry and the lower animals, lias; ucen organized iy tnc riigu acnooi Ohio. "Three years ago my stomach went pupils. back on me and other troubles set in I had indigestion and lived almost BIG SPRING entirely on liquid diet and even this Mrs. Lillic Scott and Miss Maud disagreed with me. DiVzy, fainting Scott will leave next week for Louis-- j spells often came on me suddenly, my kidneys were all out of order and my villc, for the winter. Mrs. J. VV. Moorman and mother, back hurt me so bad I could hardly Mrs. Strother, have gone to Owens move. Last year I underwent a painboro, for a two weeks visit with Dr.i ful operation but that left me in a weaker condition than ever I began btrother and Mrs Strother. Hog killing is all the go now. to fall off in weight and during the Mr. and Mrs Allgood and family past six months I have been unable to attend to my business hardly at all. visited in Garfield, Sunday. 13. S. Clarkson is at home on "Hut I am today a well strong and healthy man and Tanlac is the cause of it all. I have gained sixteen pounds in weight and I feel as fine as I ever did in my life. My appetite can'tbc beat and I can cat anything and digest it perfectly. My kidneys arc in good condition and my back never hurts me at all. I never have dizzy, fainting spells any more and 1 can attend to my business as well as I A man ia aa old 89 his organs ; he every could.' sold in Cloverport, at Tanlac is can be aa vigorous and healthy at Wedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by 70 89 at 35 if he aids his organs in Mattingly Bros., in Addison by L. D. performing their functions. Keep Addison, in Amnions by Win. H. Dutschke, and in Stcpheusport your vital organs healthy with A. Shellman. Advertisement. by 11. The Christmas Bazar The bazar of Christmas gift things on the balcony is proving of a great deal of intere.it for throngs visited the booth on Friday and Saturday and nianv found just what they wanted. At the bazar you will find hand made collar and cuff sets, table mats, velvet bags, tie racks, candlesticks and shades, serving trays, bulb bowls, towels, pin cushions, sewing bags, sachets and powder puffs, dressed dolls and doll hats and many other little things too numerous to mention. Come in and see them before they are all gone, s, W MAN'S BEST AGE GOLD MEDAL Toys for Wee Tots Blocks, Rubber dolls and rubber balls, playtime story books, tinker toys of all kinds, rolling butterflies, musical tovs. In the Men's Wear Have You Thought of Reductions have been made on all our men's suits and overcoats to rock bottom prices. Come in and see for yourselves that these clothing values can't be duplicated elsewhere. Home of Hart Schaffncr & These? For Girls Gloves, silk stockings, camisoles, perfumes, georgette blouses, umbrellas, jelewry, stationery, ivory toilet sets. handkerchiefs, . Blankets and Comforts as Gifts A nice, warm wooly blanket or one of the pretty flowered comforts makes an ideal, sensible present for Christmas. We have a fine assortment of warmth giving blankets and comforts that have reduced in price until they are now priced from Marx Clothes v hfc LI t'i:-- week. Mr. Willie Lee Mattingly, who has been in Iowa for some time, landed THE HOWARD FARMS home recently stopping over in St. Louis several days with his sister, J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. Mrs, Anastacia Skillman. Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, Shorthorn and Polled The little "Olive Branch" who come on of White-hal- l Sultan, headi the herd Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heads the to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. herd. Fred Cannon has been named, Ella Breeders of 2nd. prize Polled Shorthorn Heifer (Senior yearling class) Chicago, 1019. Inter-Nation- odist church, Sunday. Mr. Bridgewatcr died Thursday night and was buried at Greensburg, Sunday. Dr. C. B. Witt spent the week-enTh world's standard remedy for kidney, Hver, bladder and uric acid troubles in Louisville. Mrs. C. B. Witt spent the night ainca 1696 corrects disorders; stimulate-vitorgans. All druggists, three sizes with Mrs. John Witt, Friday night. fjlfc far lb aaraa Gold Medal on every to. MJ acaapt tmlution YELLOW LAKE Mr. Julian Storms, who was quite ill with bronchial trouble, is able to be out again. Brite spent Of Cattle and Hog Breeders in Mr. Edward last week. a few days Louisville, Mr.Jolin Mattingly has pneumonia. Chicken Raisers, Live Stock Mr. Huse Critchloe is very low for and Tobacco Dealers of the past week. Mr. Walter Storms after a short Breckinridge County and pleasant tay in Illinois, has returned home. Little Margaret Jane and Johnnie very ill a Hall Stock Farm Rhodes werewith cold.forAlso few days Joseph last wdek Glen Dean, Ky. Clark and the infant of Mr. Robert Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Critcheloe. The ladies of the Methodist church Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampat McDaniels have been soliciting aid shire Sheep. for the suffering Armenians. Quite a t Have won 1000 Ribbons at State good supply has been handed in which they boxed and shipped last Pait Five Year d al Rev. Allen will preach at the Meth- Our men's suits that were from $27,50 to $50.00 Now From For Boys Ties, socks, gloves, books guns, flashlights, knives, sweaters, new suits or shoes. Gloves, silk stockings, silk petticoats, dress lengths, towel $3.98 to $10.98 DIRECTORY $21.00 to $37.50 At Half Price All our remaining ladies and children's coats are reduced and while there aren't many on the rack those who find their sizes will get real bargains in good winter coats. Nothing could make a nicer Christmas gift than one of the pretty velvet or plush coats we arc showing. one-ha- lf For Ladies Formerly were from $5.50 to $15.00 Planters furniture, rugs sets, dishes aluminum kitchen utensils. For Men Gloves, sweaters, electric lanterns, safety razors, ties, belt and belt buckles, scarf pins, suit cases, and hand satchels, umbrellas new suits ' y and overcoats. At Half Price You may take your choice of any trimmed hat that is now in stock and take off half the price. There aren't a great many left but some mighty pretty ones in velvets and hatter's plush that are below cost ought to interest most any woman. able Xmas gift too. A good looking hat is always an accept- FaL-- t Order Your Christmas Candies and Fruits Early. 6. F. Beard 44 & Co The Christmas Store' Hear The New Records on the Balcony. Glen Dean, :- -: :- -: Ky. Valley Home Stock Farm W. J. OWEN & SONS, Propietors 1 Hardinsburg, Ky., Route C. V ss week. Rev. Jess Galloway gave an old time corn husking a few nights ago. He llid his neighbors good night with an excellent treat of pop-cor- n balls. Hardinsburg, Ky. Mr. Billie Frank, who has been in Dealers in Arkansas for several years( was here for the past two weeks visiting old n,..ii f Aii,n.. ..M-- , friends and relatives. Billie use to be was here to attend the funeral of hcr one of our boys and has a host of TOBACCO friends here. He was accompanied as I brother, Raley Powell Vandy Powell, of Louisville, Mess-- I far as Owensboro by his sister, Mrs. rs. James Howard and Wheeler PowOllie Howard. Messrs Ernest Speaks and Julian ell, of Tennessee, also were here. Storms motored to Hardinsburg and ' Rev. Harvc English, of Amnions. Hardinsburg, Ky. Ky., passed here enroute to preach at Garfield, last Sunday afternoon. Dealer in Black Lick, where he delivered two excellent sermons to an audience that High-ClaHorses, Mules, Fine Sad- NEW BETHEL loves and appreciates him. The writer dle and Harness Horses. Mr. C. F. Tinius and family, of New happened to be present on Sunday It will pay you to visit my Stables Bethe! and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Bas- - and heard the sermon from Isaiah 30:10 in which be brought out the1 strong christian character in Job. It did our heart good to be there, tho it is sad too since so many loved ones, are gone in such a short time. Mrs. Bettie Dempster spent last week-en- d at Irvington, with relatives. Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled 'Durham Cattle Margarine. Rev. Joseph Odcndahl announced to his congregation last Sunday that he would have mass for Chritmas. Mrs. Margaret Cannon was he guest or her daughter, Mrs. C. Bowlds last Wednesday. Thaddius Storms spent a few days with bis ister, Mrs. Con Mattingly, who was quite ill with deep cold last mid-night BEARD BROS. 'live stock and ham, of Owensboro, were guests Sun- Miss Lula, were the guests o' Mr. and Mrs Mack Alexander, Sunday afterday of D. S. Miller and family. Supt. J. R. Meador visited the New noon. Bethel school, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar O'Bannou, of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hawkins were Harned. were the guests of her par-- l in Hardinsburg. Saturday. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Carman, SatKause Wardrip and family have urday night and Sunday. moved from Wm, Hendrick's, near Miss Lexie Clover Creek to Lee Wall's farm near night with MissDavis spent Sunday Lorene Butler here. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis spent Dan Dowell did quite a good bit of grinding corn with his gasoline mill Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Dyer. Miss Velma Carman and brother, last Saturday. Ollie, spent Saturday night with their aunt, Mrs. C. P. Blair, and Mr. Blair. GLEN DEAN .Misses Velma and Ruby Carman Mesdamcs E. L. Robertou and Wal' ter Moorman were shopping in Louisville, last week. were the guests of Miss Edna B Carman, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carman and daughter. Lucy May, spent Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. P Blair. Miss Edna Carmaiv spent Saturday night with her cousins, .Misses Alliens and Maggie Carman. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carman spent Saturday night the guests of his daughter, Mrs. W B Horsley, and Mr Horsley. Rev. Martin tilled his regular Miss Mabel Carman was the weekend guest of her cousin. Miss liiitf Stinrett. Sunday. MYSTIC Eugene Jordan, of Los Angeles, Cat, was the Monday guest of his cousin, W. H. Beauchainp, and Ms. Beauchamp Mrs. W. L. Robertson and Mrs. J. R. Burton were the guests Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Robert1--. Continued On Page 7 here Saturday night and i:, I Robertson Gift Suggestions From a Selection of "Gifts that Last'' Watches Watch Chains Wrist Watches Tie Clasps Lavclliers Cravat Pins Silver Belt Buckles Gold Caff Links Gold Bar Pins 'Watch Charms Vanity Cases Gold Bracelets Pocket Knives Cameo Brooches Gold Necklaces Gold Thimbles , Baby Rings Fountain Pens Knives and Forks, Spoons, Cold Meat Forks, Pie Knives, Odd Spoons and numerous Silver Pieces in Toilet Articles. Candies! Candies! Why do you buy stale candies when you can have Diamond Rings W W4.4 4.4.4. AMMONS Miss Dallie Barger, of Chenatilt, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Stella Curl. Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Dallie Singleton has been on the sick list for a few days. Mrs. Myrtle Pool and little sou, were the dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gennic Bellue, Satur- 4 I K. PURE FRESH, HOME MADE CANDIES delivered at your door free of charge, at far less prices that you pay for candy that you cannot tell how long has been made t Writ For Price k and Mrs. B. V. Lewis were guests of Mrs. Marshall Singleton, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morgan spent Sunday eve with Mrs. Meyers. Mrs. Laura Eskridge, who was operated on at the city hospital m Owensboro, last week is out again. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Perkins spent Sunday in Stephensport. Mrs. Brown near Amnions called on Mr, and Mrs. Vessels, Saturday night and Sunday. Ernest Pike, of Chenault passed through here Saturday making inquiries as to the route to Stephens-port. day. Mr. , t' Llt T. C. LEWIS, Jeweler HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY College Inn Confectionery MMMfMturtrs ef Quality Cantos TOa MmIm LOCUST HILL Mr. and Mrs. Rocoe Carman and daughters, Alma E. and Effie, were' tue guests ot tier parents, Mr. anil Mrs, Mike Horsley, of Hudson,Sat-urda- y night and Sunday. ' Mrs. Sidney Johnson and daughter, It rinmnWi lad r ,i ' L &.L 'TAGE FOUR THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT,, KENTUCKY DECEMBER II, 1M0 - The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAQE, Editor-and Publisher 24 YEARS AGO In Cloverport Dec. 16, 189S U.S. ASKED TO AID HUNGRY CHINESE is EIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1920 suffering with much better. Miss Florence Lewis, who has been a sprained ankle, Our diplomatic and consular ageninform us," said the President, "that the loss resulting from death in distressing form may run into millions of souls. Mr Wilson added that he realized that the task of civine today was not a light one, but that he ventured to make the ap nea! not only in the name ot Humanity but in- that of the friendliness which we feel for a great people in distress." The President said that in order to assure an orderly collection of contributions he had invited "a nationwide committee to lend its aid. Thomas W. Latnont of New York is named chairman of the committee, and Acting Secretary Davis of the State Department, treasurer. In his appeal Mr. Wilson said: "Under the circiuustances, relief to be effective should be granted quickly. The case of China I regard as especially worthy of the attention of our citizens. To an unusual degree the Chinese people look to us for counsel and for effective friendship. Our churches, through their religious and medical missionaries, their schools of the year. weeks. and colleges, and our philanthropic -Thc China an foundations have new Methodist church, South incalculable benefit,rendered her people Hambone says there is no difference between the Republican and which " 'ccptin around election time," which is pretty nearly the truth. at Cave Spring will be dedicated Sun- recognize with gratitude and devotion day by Rev. Overton, presiding elder. to the United States. Therefore, not (o) only in the name of humanity but in The word "Christmas" loses all of its beauty and charm when we' write Sheriff A. G. Pate has been to . 1ifit nf ,1, fpiAnflliMttac ,.,1,:1, ..... Cani it "Xnias." It doesn't take much longer to give it its proper spelling. Frank-foto settle in 'till with l''- - Irf 1 rrrM nonnln ,,, flielpnc. T ra, Auditor paving him Sli,l.ri8.-7- . lure to ask that our citizens shall, ( o) When in doubt send The Breckenridge News, which will be a reminder giving is not even though Since last August, Lee Meyers has l,ln n 1!1.. the . task of o ..,... A. times a year. of the giver ll UII II1CV USUI UIIC. l"" paid out for cattle and hogs to J.is ,,..... ,)1It for in this district help." Of course you're almost ready and will avoid that Christmas rush once -(- o) in your life anyway. John Kennedy and Houston Miller sold their tobacco crops to Mr. Nave L C. TAUL WRITES FROM There's some good Christmas suggestions in the advertisements of this to be delivered at Hawesville. TALLAHASSE, FLA. issue. (o) Dukes Born to the wife of John To Mr. George Brown and Family: Johnson, Dec. 7, a fine girl. Oil rumors arc all about us. Well, we are at Tallahasse. Fla. I -Irvington Mr. and Mrs. Will D. will give, you some o' our trip. Wc ' is running three fine farms near Nash-vill- e Cain have returned from a pleasant left Cloverport, Sunday, Dec. at 0:l.'i in the morning, arrived in Louisand doing it successfully. visit in Hardin county. ville at V2V20. Left Louisville at 2:20 He is in partnership with some big -C- o) ' rich planters down in that section Gleandeane Miss Mary Peyton is in the afternoon, Sunday, Dec .", and William Basham Stephensport, and has been turning over some good the first one of the pupils in the arrived in Nashville, Teim., at 'Jr.'O sold ins crop ot miner to Allen uiviuenus ne supplies tne Utopia school to average 100 per cent that night. Left Nashville, at 'J :.!(). Only had 10 minutes lay over. ArrivCollege with all their milk and for an entire month. Lewis, Stcphensport. ed in Birmingham, Ala., at butter from a line dairy plant on one o'clock (o- )Axtel John Wilson has moved to!Ind,a morning. Left Birmingli:i Jim Flood reports his crop of Bur-le- y ot Ins tarnis. bi is looking line and is i v uiutis. uunu.iy arriveu in sold to Joe TeafF for S'.'T round. the happy father of six well developed his J. R. Critchloe. Ga., at 1:20 o'clock Monday afterboys phvsically and meutallv. (o) This sale was made last fall. -o- Hardin Grove, Ind. Mr. Milton noon and arrived in Tallahasse. Fla., Hon. II A Cannon, of McCoy, was Miller, of Sample, Ky., and Miss Dora 12:.'10 Monday night. We went to the Beard Hrother shipped a car load hotel for the night. Irene of shredded fodder to Louisville, last in llardiiishurg, Monday attending Brashear. of this place were married but she got along nicely, was tired, better than the Farmers Institute. Mr. 'Cannon Wednesday afternoon by Rev. Law- 1 week. thought she would. After we got to came lh miles through rain and mud rence JefTery. Rome, Ind. 'Birmingham, Ala, the pine mountains Andy Dye. Stcphensport. has sent to una out wiiat was doing in larming us a sample ot his present crop ot.l.le is a progressive farmer and It's as line as ilg and a bright lieves in and practices ideas he color Andy ought to get at ers at the institute. He said when he fruit anrfv.-as'0;1!1- , fefd least $.')() per hundred for this crop, bought his prsent farm, the first crop says farmers don't read the farm hul- C0J.t0" , ., t .'? .vs Wl .IU'I au, of corn he planted he got 7 bushels letins enough. They are free for the o W. H. Hays the new merchant, was of corn to the acre The same field asking andany farmer will be reward- iJLlu me, that is, the we We in Hardiiisburg, last week. he said was now producing 30 and 00 ed if he studies those bulletins. came through 200 miles of Alabama -o bushels. . there was .... nothing a. white Our old friunl and countyman Si q .. . b,, Mr. Cannon trave the writer a smiJiand u ,. .. mat uisiance ot t ne Pate was over at Hardiiisburg, Mon-da- y Mr Cannon had the only apples in pie of his apples and they showed up State. iivc uii Then we got into Georcia. It on business. He tells us that lie his neighborhood this fall. He sprayed as fine as apples that are now selling was some better. But when we got in. " on tne trtut stands tor and 7 cents cies in China ct there to run ten or fifteen years yet (o) NEWS hand It to Miss Ella Popham, who is attending school in Owcnsboro, is at home ..DECEMBER 15, 1920 spending the holidays with her parWEDNESDAY,.. ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Popham -(- o)THE PRESIDENT-ELECMr. John Lewis Henry sold last SomctliitiK happened the other day that has never before happened in week to Piggot & Jolly a steer weighing 1800 pounds for Harding adthe history of the United States. It was when President-elec- t it being the first time that a Senator ever came before $72. dressed the Senators , -- ( his colleagues as the I'rcsidcnt-to-bc- . American Tobacco Co's here It did not take Senator Harding but ten minutes to deliver his speech paid out $10,000 for tobaccobuyer week. last before the Senators. Hut lie told them concisely enough what lay before (o) them, and that they were facing "no easy task." Mr. and Mrs. lien Moorman, of waiting and watching to At nrcscnt all eves are on the President-eleknow his plans, his policies and those whom he will choose 'to serve on his near Pellville, have been guests of cabinet. True enough, it is "no easy task" before him and that great body Mr. and Airs. T. L, Wroc. -(- c) Senators to govern the affairs of the country. Political News Candidates for the We arc looking forward to better times, but there never will be a time when everybody is satisfied . Contenmcnt comes from within. Each admin various offices are all getting in their istration has its good and bad points. The best thing is for each individual work. Those announced thus far are Judge Wm. Ahl; to look for the good, be patient with the bad, and be cooperative in spirit as follows: County R. County Attorney. N. Miller and as far as possible, with the high chief and those in power. Jesse Eskridgc; County Clerk, Owen Cunningham; Jailer, Gus 'Shelman, The Editor of The Breckenridge News, has in the past few weeks, re- Wm. Hawkins, James Perkins, Jas. ceived several communications from some of its readers without any signa- Day, Bud Bates and Richard Carman; ture. Such communications have been in the form of personal items, obituar- Circuit Clerk, Bion Jolly, Sheerman ies, engagement announcements, etc , and wer not published because they Ball and Rohert Weathcrford; Assessor, Henry Lake, were without signature. We urgently request our contributors to always sign their name if they -(- o)would be sure of having their items, etc., printed. It is our pleasure to pubHardinsburg Chris Ahl killed a lish them when properly signed. large water Spainiard dog on the turnpike. The dog had gone mad. -(- o) . The Breckenridge News publishes the many Santa Clause letters with Will Hook and Joe Cox are probhope Santa will not miss seeing a single one of them, ably the wing shots of the county great pleasure, and we so that these precious little folks may have every desire fulfilled at this happy having killed 173 birds in the last few NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDOE friend who Is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. T two-year-o- ld -(- o)SUBSCRIPTION RATES Thc Short Line's pay roll amountSubscription price (2.00 a year; $1.00 (or 6 montha; 60c for S months. DuttiiMi Locali 10c per line and Oc lor each additional insertion. Card of Thank, over fl tinea, charged (or at ed to $800. Recent tests of the mines lilt rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of Be per line, money in at Victoria establish the fact beyond advance. Examine the label on your paper. It ia it not correct, please notify ut. question that there is coal enough Famine Stricken China Calls For America's Help. 50,000,- 000 Are in Want. Dec. 9 The Ameri were asked today by President Wilson to "respond as they can" to the "appcalling cry for help" from famine stricken China. At the same time Mr. Wilson announced the can people - Washington. appointment of a committee o' jno men and women in all parts of the country to collect the funds contributed. - take me over to the bay and lakes.Well, I don't know whaf more to tell you at present, will see more in a few days and write you again, Tell Marion Weathcrholt wc can get every thing here but Kentucky whisky. I don't think Tallahasse is the place for Irene. Think wc will HO lower down. They have cool nights here fine, cotton, marble mines and the and some fire, but not like wc have. is warmer manufacturing of turpentine. Oranges Down at Key West it build their there all the time. They bananas and peanuts. Everything is green here, right around Tallahasse. houses without any chimneys. Don t They don't raise many oranges, but need fire at any time. catch him the Tell lower down they raise fields o' them aligator.Boycd if I canbring it. There I sure will like we have corn and, tobacco. are small ones here. Tell everybody We arc going down on Key West in a few days, That is on the bay and "Howdy" for us. I am just writing your a short gulf. I was within 8 miles of the gulf long vvcuncsuay, uut did not have time letter, this time, will write you a back are while to go on to the gulf Down where I letter afterthings They You way sec will here. was in the pine woods and turpentine in some yokes of cattle come in town, and one woods there arc dcers, wild turkeys, ox in a wagon, in sha'ts like wc have bears and wild hogs. I was on the spot where there was a bear, which i horses in a buggy. Don't send our Well I will quit. weighed 400 pounds was killed about' mail to us yet, will not be here but a month ago. a short time. We arc going on down Tallahasse is a very pretty place. I farther South, and i' it is not better was up in the capitol building. You than here will be .home the next can see for miles. The trip is worth move. The climate here will not suit the money we have spent. We are' Irene I don't think, but we never going down on the gulf in a few days. know until wc try a thing. It is not It is warmer down there. Orongcs, ' as cold here as it is in Kentucky, but bananas and all vegetables arc just the climate is a malaria climate, that as green and growing a corn and to- will not suit Irene. Irene is not feelbacco in Kentucky in July and Aug-- , ing so well today she never got up ust. Out in the country is more in- until noon. It is cloudy here and a ' teresting to me than in the city. cool wind from the gulf. For my self The people are very nice to us here.' never felt better. This climate suits The man I went out to the turpentine woods with was a millionaire and a me. Hope this will find you all well. very nice man, baid he was going to Yours. L. C. Taul. Tallahasse. Fla. to Florida the laud was still better. Some of the land in Florida is worthless and level as a house floor. I went out Wednesday 40 miles In the country, to the Turpentine woods. That's where they make turpentine In the pine woods. We drove 18 miles in an automobile through the pine woods nothing but J)ine timber and it was I ", '111 I P .a? U W V4AW&4I & r -(o)- rt stiii. t DP fifty-tw- S1..-.00- l .'.:,. .1 ..- () FARM AND STOCK ,"i, I waru-uei-ino- nt . When you sell your tobacco, put YOUR money in father-in-law'- s. -- v.0111111-bu- s, OUR bank. We shall welcome your deposit and your account. You will like the SERVICE we give you. Our officers are easy to meet and we will i I -- y. gath-golde- n j ifi'S I feo k; "J M aX 111 " make you "feel at home" when you come in. Come in. We Invite Your Banking1 Business K ''"t Jrt Kit rat ! -- FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. : J """? . a piece. ANOTHER CHANCE! The sales at Mrs. E. O. Hills' having been satisfactory thev will be contin-tie- d PRINT PAPER We arc in receipt of a communication from one of the best authorities in the country on the print paper sit- r - EM The House of Courtesy J. Wm. Detchen Manager 212-21- 4 71 3 through the Holidays. All Goods Will Be Further Reduced As a Sample Look At This! All Children's, Misses' and Ladies' Hats uation. He says: "The Canadian paper manufacturers especially those who export largely have announced an advance of ?..0() per ton, on news print, effective on January first, lu.'l. "It is understood that the American manufacturers will make no reduction in the 19:1 contract prices. "The world is using news print faster than it is produced and stocks arc being depleted. It does not appear, therefore, that prices, at least to the small consumer, will be reduced to any extent for several years. "It is true that experiments are heme made to find n nr.-- ti'r.nl c1w- tute for wood pulp and these may prove of benefit at some time in the future but these developments are slow and xpensive and their success is more or less problematical and they can have no effect on the paper market within five or six years at the very earliest." The publisher of a weeklv newspaper must, of he is wise take these matters into consideration and raise and keep his advertising and subscription ates high enough to provide 'or the present prices of news print and a probable increase for 19'a. inc misiness i'rinter. Fourth Ave. .i v. fi :i x , J Various fashionable Furs coats, wraps, scarfs, capes and various small pieces-h- ave been 'price revised." And the revisions have not been either. We invite comparison from a quality and value-givin- g viewpoint The few examples Below are indeed worthy of consideration. half-hearte- d, Unusual Saving Inducements on Furs n. n. $425 Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat) 32-iCoat $295 $445 Bay Seal (dyed coney) 48-iCape Wrap $325 M.-: oc : Erie T.. tone ra uu-iivuell laujjc fJS79 r--- X3 nuuia collar and cuffs) (Skunk i. i. P-, n m -- A f -- am ur E.PaL ' $495 Natural Squirrel h Coat . . . $445 Near beal (dyed coney) 3 Coat 36-inc6-i- n. S395 .. 50c Gel .50 S2 Assignee "I Spent and Saved the Price of a Hog." Rat-Sna- $1 on p (Beaver collar and cuffs) 4H-i- n. m .$295 SH7S ttAC iflTV, tona? S7dK a acotch Mole &1Q5 T- - ww Wran You Will Find Many Nice Things For Xmas Gilts. a Hat While You Have a Chance! James McGuire, famous Hog Raiser of New Jersey, says. "I advise every farmer troubled with rats to use Tried everything to get rid of rats. Spent $1.25 on Figured the rats it killed saved the price of a hog." corned in cake form. No mixing with other food. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes. 35c, 05c, $1.25, Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. Advertisement, RAT-SNAP. RAT-SNA- P. ?oe iunwu Y-- i: i hJiuiw ci.i. oww d. ...:-- i i93 c ir ur..j titoe auumuMi tir:i iMiin n a ............ . j.itsn .? iiiaitn m. IfJin! a it. w....s7 F;.k Pn.L.f wkviw vrwnv Qflo, mmmrnL mwMmmwm WmffWMtwm w MMyVK YJrJaHvJ V .HlWSlL MikS lwaV KM iaip : . ll wm'laWwfllT'J tai mTmx uavuv r .maWkvl mm l J i .ri RAT-SNA- P CARD OF THANKS J. R. ESKRIDGE, Mrs. F. L. Lightfoot and daughter, Mtss Jane Lightfoot, wish to express their appreciation of the kindness and sympathy shown them by their friends at the death of their husband and father, Dr, F. L. Light'oot. S395 Scotch Mole Coatee . . . . $395 Jap. Kolinsky Cape Stole $495 Taupe Squirrel Cape Wnlfine Fur Srarfs SIS valno .. . v. w . w ..www 5 value. Wolf Fur Scarf. $2 Fox Fur Scarf, $45 values ." V OTKvlyJ ILtmi'M w aa''aflalaf ., $295 $295 y $ $ t 1ft w 1 MffnaT ' rVviTfwUSaf Wwlwlv 25 f IfTl'l i ; MAKE HUSCH BROS. YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LOUISVILLE THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE FIVBr 9fp Vmktttrftgr Ntut WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 1920 Kjr. last week and visited Mrs. daughter, Miss Jcanctte Burn O Bum's O O SOCIETY ITEMS ' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS you tcred at the Poit Ofiiee t Clorerptrt, teeond eUti matter. , Logan Blake and family arc Personal visiting his brothers, Robert Chester Of and Frank Blake, of Hardinsburg. and sister, Mrs Y. W Hook and fam- Dance Given Friday ily. Eve at The Elite. Mr. o o o Interest Gov-crport NOTE Please notify the editor nv.i desire advertisementt discontinued. MAAMMAMMMAAMAAAAAMMAMMSMMMWVWSAMAMWWW FOR SALE FOK SALE firm gallons sorghum In bucktU and liarrrli, first class sorghum, Louis Kahlie, Hardlnsliurg, Hnute 2. Trice SI (10 per gallon, riw .N 21 FOR SALti- - Farm consisting of 0 acres, 8 acrca of which is overflow land lias four room cottage and nice cellar; two cistern; one meat house; one chicken house; feed barn and crih com binedt log house amf crib combined; some good fencing; about 23 young fruit trees! some grapes; mile from church and school. Write G. T. Oldham, Stcphensport, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. Yes! Yes!! Children KATES FOR POLITICAL MENTS.' ANNOUNCE Farewell Party For Miss Mary Douglas Iiunan, who, Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne Severs. has spcnt the fall season in Miss On Thursday evening, members of Evelyn Hicks millinery shop, will Forelrn Advrtiilni? Representative gave THCAMCRir AN PRESS ASSOCIATION leave this week for her home in the Wednesday ClubByrne a party in honor of Mrs. J Severs, a Louisville. club member, and Mf. Severs, who ate n i- i- o STARK-LOWMACO. Mr. Joe flcavin lias returned 'roin leaving this week for their new abode in Owensboro. The party was given a several week? visit in Oklahoma. Louisville Representatives in the hospitable home of Mr and oOO Misses Margaret and Edith Burn Mrs. Frank' C. English. A delicious will entertain the Wednesday Club salad course was served to the guests including! Mr. and Mrs English, Mr. this week. no and Mrs Severs, Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. Willie Sipcs and family have M. Wedding, Mr. and Mrs Carl Mr. and Mrs. Logan Blake and son, moved from Hamcd to Constantine Mr. and Mrs. Hoviotts Behen, Ark., Mrs. Jake Tames, of Osleola, ooo Mr. Jesse Owen, of Louisville, is Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad, Mr. and Weatherholt, Mrs. John F. Bcavm, Mrs. D. II. Phelps. Misses Miss Lizzie Blake, of this city spent visiting his mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen. and Edith Burn, 'Rav LewisMargaret Heyser o OO with Mr. and Mrs. the week-en- d V. G. Babbage, office in Basement, Mildred D. Babbage, 'Mary McGavock Henry Weatherholt, of Cannclton, ooo and Miss Adele Frymirc. Messrs. M. Ind. Frank Weatherholt. of Tchachapi. M. Denton, Lafe Behen and Andrew Amiel T. Pate, of Dayton, 0 was Calif., is at home to spend the Christ-m- a J. Ashby. holidays with his parents, Mr. and here Sunday and Monday on a busiand also his ness trip and was the guest of his Mrs. J. C. Weatherholt, Weatherholt, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Jones, of Fords-villdaughter, Mary William parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Pate. ooa at the home of Mr and Mrs. Win. Mrs. II. C. Pate, who visited in Miss Ruth Mattingly,.. of Huntings- - Gibson, Prospect, Ky. T ooo Maiaj Smith's Grove, last week, was accom- i inc m.i-DUrg, ina., spent al. Mrs. Geo Weatherholt and daugh- t panied home by, her daughter, Mrs. with her aunt, Airs. Joe ueavm. ter. Miss Cleona Weatherholt, were ij. K. .lctoy, anil Lou Watson McCoy, who will spend Mrs. Dave Swarens and daughters. in Louisville. Wednesday to shop, ooo the Christmas holiday's here. Misses Irene and Lena, spent the Mr. Forrest Drydcn Weatherholt. week-en- d in Louisville. of the University of Kentucky, LexMr. and Mrs. J. Byrne Severs and Mr. W. McKinzie and Miss Golda ington, will arrive home Saturday son Hugh Barret, left Tuesday for evening to spend the Christmas holi- j Owensboro to reside. Claycomb, of Addison, were in ooo Sunday to attend church at days with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Frvmire. of Marion Weatherholt. St. Rose. Chenatilt, who purchased the Severs ooo Mr. R. M. Crenshaw returned Tues- property, will arrive Wednesday to Mr. John Morris Gregory will leave this week for Paducah to spend day from a visit with his daughter. settle in their new home Via rhristmas holidavs with Ill's Mrs. Thos. Ryan, and Mr. Ryan, of OO o We do not wish our Christmas E daughter, Mrs. Ben Miller, and Mr. Hardinsburg. spoiled again by persons taking ooo Miller and sons. Len aim uonaia Miss Helen Smith, of Tcrre Haute. "Christmas trees" from our place. L .Gregory. Ind., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Tiis is to notify such persons that anyooo ac one cutting or carrying away same or Mrs. Ollie Clark will go to Louis- - Jesse Isom, and Mr. Isom. ooo otherwise trespassing will be dealt Thursday shopping. Mrs Sam Allen, who was operated with according to law. Edward ooo T nrlip Upaflinc Chili will meet on at Norton's Memorial Infirmary, Bownc, Cloverport, Ky. Ttio W this week with Mrs. A. B. Skillman Louisville, returned home Saturday wr t?v and her daughter, Miss cuzanein accompanied by her sister, Mrs? Winnie Isom Jennings. Skillman. SERVICE MEN OF COUNTY. ooo oon n( rpiit:iry Til.. snent -, Inn A., ..., r ....... Mr. J. E. Black went to Louisville, All members of the American LeJiiu. T IVttn luesaay wnn nis oroiner-m-iaSaturday and from there he will go gion as" well as all former soldiers, I' D. Babbage. to Lakeland, to spend a few days with sailors and Marines are called to meet his Son, Allen Black. in Hardinsburg, at 1 P. M. Saturday, Mr J. S. Settle, of Owensboro. was ooo December 18. 19:20. Brirnr vniir dis- of Miss Frances Rhodthe guest Mr. and Mrs . Arthur Daugherty ' charge and we will make out your es, of Addison, Sunday and Monday. Mac application tor Victory Medal. and children, Robert and Laura ooo There will be speakers present to Mrs. John Briggs and daughter, Daugherty. of Dayton, O , with Mrs. Mary Biggs, have returned to Louis- Dattgberty's mother, Mrs. Viola Jack- advise you about any matter in regard son, are expected here the last of 'the to your service in the army. Also ville. week Mr. Daugherty has accepted a officers will be elected for the 10':i ooo Miss Nellie Kinder, of Tobinsport, position at Addison to work on the and other business transacted. Mises Tula May and Corine Quiggins Government Dam. Come and bring some one with you were guests Sunday at the home of Moorman Ditto, Mrs. Raymond May returned SatMr. and Mrs. Joseph Ballman. Commander Post No. 1, ooo urday from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Hardinsburg, Ky. ' Hol- Walter Graham, in Louisville. Capt. R. L. Holmes and Mrs. ooo mes, of Camp T)ix, N. J., are motoring KIRKPATRICK- - BARNES. through to Kentucky, where they will Miss Lelia Tucker was in Louisville. spend part of the Christmas holidays Friday and Saturday visiting Mrs. W. Bewleyville, Dec. IX (Special) here with Mrs. Holmes' aunt, Mrs. P. Graham. Announcements have reached here of Carooo O Ella B. Oglesby, and in North the marriaRc of Walter C. Barnes and lina, with Capt. Holmes' mother Miss Carrie Tucker has returned Miss Mary Kirkpatrick, of Greenville, oo o from a week's visit in Louisville Ky. Air. Harnes is the nephew of Z home Mr. and Mrs. J. C. jsjL,ouisvuie last iiiesuay.Nolte were in with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Head and T. Stith, of Bewleyville, and has often Mrs. Virginia Williams, who is spend- spent his vacations here with relaooo Mrs. Harry G. Newsom and Mrs. ing the winter with her daughter. tives. Ira D. Behen spent Friday in Louis- Mrs. Head. ooo HAD 108 SUPPER GUESTS. ville, shopping. Mr and Mrs. Stanley Jones and Mrs. John Burn and daughter. Miss little daughter, Helen, are on a ten Lodiburg, Dec. 13 (Special) The Margaret Burn, were in Louisville, days visit with Mr. Jones' parents. supper party given by Mr. and Mrs. fv. Grayson Payne last Saturday night was a very delightful afiiair. After supper, both the old and young people enjoyed the music and games provided by the generous host and hostess. There were one hundred and eight guests for supper. ...PERMANENT... n o o I $ 2 BO Per Prclnet and Citr OfHcei. t BOO For County Uihcet. $1B 00 I for State and Diitrict Opwe .10 .For Calls, per line .10 Carda, per line For For all Publication! in the Interest of Individuals or expression ot individ. .10 ual views, per line Bowmer, who has been visiting 'her daughter, Mrs. Chas. K. Miliary, and Mr. Miliary, of Benton Harbor, Mich , returned to Kentucky last week and is the guest of her daughter, Mrs Chas. V. Moorman, and Mr, Moorman, at Ashland. Mrs. W, 11. Several of the young men of gave a dance Friday evening in the dance room of The Elite restaurant. Music was furnishe'd by four piece ochestra from Owensboro. ooo SANTA GLAUS Will Be Found Now At Nolles As Usual. They Have Christmas Glore All Over The Store .. FOR SALE Old newspapers, Be a bunch, llreckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SAI.K Illank Deeds and Mortgages, The Dreckrnridge News, Cloverport, Ky, TYPE WRITER FOR SALE FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. (1, Remodeled. Rood as new. Further Information call or write The llreckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky N O Brit-tia- n, FOR RENT FOR RENT Farm at Free. Ky. Write Mrs Lucy Taul, V.(fl Heltilien Ate., Kvaimille, I ml. FOR RENT Electric Vacuum cleaners. Write E. Hunter & Co., Owensboro, Ky. WANTED GET INTO BUSINESS Wntkins K17 nro ducts sell to every farmer. If 'ou o vn auto or team can rinc bond, write today for in ou can g;l territory for formation where selling products of largMt Institution of kind in world. Twenty million users J It. W ATKINS CO., Dept. Ill, Winona, Minn. WANTED To buy a good traction engine 10 to 20 horse power. Must be in good condition and price cheap. S. W. Davis, Mystic, Ky. WANTED At once. Timber cutters and tie makers. Good prices. Write or call J. M. Rhodes, Webster, Ky. e. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. 1 . aJ ku I The monthly union service of the Methodists and Presbyterians will be held Sunday evening. Dec. 19 in the Presbyterian church and Rev. J. R. Bernard Lewis, an has Randolph will preach opened a shoe repairing shop in the same room with John Hall's cleaning Julius Harrell, son of Mrs. A. M. and pressing establishment on the corner of Main and Wall streets.! Harrell, who joined the army at the Lewis, who has been following the Louisville recruiting station on Nov. shoe cobbler's trade for thr.ee years li'J, has been sent to Camp Travis, and more in different cities over the Tex. Harrell was an overseas veteran country, is equipping his shop with of the late war and since his return modem machinery and will have shoe home he was employed at the L. H. shiners' chairs for ladies and gentlemen. Lewis is the son of Mr. Henry j & St. L R. R. shops. o Lewis of this city, and he served over' The Golden Rule Store and J. C. seas in the world war Nolte & Bros, store have been decMr. Ed Whitehead, who was oper- orated for the Christmas holidays. ated on at the city hospital in Owens- These stores with Wedding's Drug boro, three weeks ago, was brought home Sunday afternoon. Mr. White- Store, T. A. Carter's confectionery head suffered a slight relapse last and R. L. Oelze's Drug Store are ofweek, but he has shown improvement fering attractive holiday displays this since then. season. grand-daughte- r, BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS CIov-erpo- rt, C.L.CORNWELL APHASIA VICTIM Formerly Lived in Glen Dean And Father of Dean Corn-we- ll Famous Artist. Mr. C. L. Cornwcll, who formerly lived in Glen Dean and was tlic engineer in charge of the construction of the Fordsville Branch line of the L. H. & St. L., died in the City Hospital o' Louisville on Thursday. His death was due to injuries when he was hit by a Fourth Street car on the evening previous to his death Mr. Cornwell, while constructing the branch road, was married to Miss Matgaret Dean, daughter of the late Johnson Dean, and a sister of Miss Amanda Dean and Mr. Charlie Dean, of Glen Dean, one of the most prominent families of Breckinridge count). They have two children, a son. Dean Cornwell, of N'ew York, one of the country's leading artists, who illustrates stories and who draws covers for the largest magazines. Their daughter. Miss Mary Cornwell. is also a very talented artist and mag- fjT lille, I ! .,,,v. -- -- ju. IMPORTANT NOTICE On and after January 1st, 1921, Our Terms Will Be Alike to One and All STRICTLY CASH This method was not prompted until after due beleiving by adopting such would reduce our overhead expenses of collections etc., to a minimum and thereby enable us to sell at a closer margin of profit, which means a saving to our many customers. As in the past, our aim will be to keep the best for the least possible price, and a complete stock in our line our trade demands. To those knowing themselves indebeted to us, will kindly ask they settle by payment in cash or bankable note on or before the date mentioned. Thanking all who have given us a share of their patronage in the past which we hope to share liberally in the future, and with best wishes to all for a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year. eon-.sidcrati- azine illustrator ! caissons. His remains were buried in Louisville. His widow, son and daughter survive. Mr. Cornwell had suffered mental afflictions which unfitted him for work. He had been separated from his family for some time but they looked after him. Mr. Cornwell built the Breckinridge-Stree- t and Kentucky-Stree- t viaducts over the L. & .X R. R. tracks. He did a great deal of work for the Santa Fe railroad in Oklahoma and Texas, and was a specialist in the use of designing of pneumatic book-keepin- g, DR. I W. B. to 5 to IV SI, TAYLOR Irvlngton, NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of the late Martha J. Elder are notified to present them to he k RWaESHKXiaMJEW!EeiH5 Office Hours: ? U. Ul. DENTIST AIw.ivh in iifttcb durltu-- i Rice hours Kj. y m, y. m. sHA(AAsALtAsBllMMlMBHwt CI2 The real, substantial citizen ddes not come from the spendthrift class, The chances are with a' ninety-nin- e to one that(he started ' saving account. undersigned' Administrator, .it the Breckcnridge-Bauof Cloverport. Cloverport, Kentucky, duly proven a; Brandenburg. De.c. H. (Special) required The body of Harry R Smith reached ary 1st, by law, on or before Januhere Dec. 10, and was interred in the Paul Lewis. Adininistratoi of the Buck Grove cemetery. Mr. Smith estate of Mrs. Martha J. Elder. lived near Sellersburg, Ind., and figClaude Mercer, Attorney. ured in an automobile accident near that place on Sept. 17, when he sus- "Mrs. Keach Tells How She Got to tained injuries which finally caused Know his death. Mr. Smith was well known "Have always feared rats. "Lately in Meade county where he was highly esteemed. His widow is the daughter noticed many on my farm. A neighof Wm Coleman, proprietor of the bor said he just got rid of droves with This started me thinkelectric light plant here. She with myself. It P ing. Tried seven small children survive him. killed 17 and 'scared the rest away." comes in three sizes, :i.c. MISS NOLTE'S MUSIC 03c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by CLASS GIVES RECITAL & Co., AT ERIN, TENN. Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and Hardinsburg, B. F. Beard Miss Eloise W. Nolte. daughter o'f Advertisement Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolte, who is teaching piano music in the public school at Erin, Tenn., held her first WANTED class recital recently. The subjoined is an account of the recital clipped from the Houston County News, Erin, Tenn. Ky. & Ind. Only. Logs or Cord. "The piano recital given last Friday night in the school auditorium by Advise Quantity. Loading Point Mis Eloise W Nolte's music class and when can ship. Pay cash. was an event of much merit and was largely attended and appreciated. The Bush Brothers & Co. young folks did themselves proud, Columbia Bldg., Louisville, Ky. proving their progress, talent, and the able and conscientious work of their teacher." lU-iRat-Snap." AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM BURIED IN BRANDENBURG. Very respectfully yours. MARION WEATHERHOLT Reduced Prices on High Grade Merchandise We have not gone to market and bought cheap merchandise but have reduced prices on all our best s. grades of dry goods and Ready-to-Wear- RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- P HICKORY Mtli Opff Per yard for splendid quality percale shirtings in many patterns. (T- - D quality $1.50 values. A AA !"" Men's silk ties of best silks, regular cales. QA per yard for any of our JJKs 35c and 37 dark per- l-- A, t"l 50c and Per yard for any of our 55c ginghams. Men's knitted 50c many combined ties of colors. (P" DJ-- AA Buys a good pair of leather work gloves. $2.50 Each of us chooses the class to which he belongs. In the interest of good citizenship, to the end that your future may be happy and assured, we' urge that you start an account now. . CLOVERPORT LOOSE LEAF OPENING SALE JAN. 4. The, Cloverport Loose Leaf Warehouse announces its opening sale 'or January 4, 1,021. Tobacco will be received on the floor beginning Thursday December 30, from then on, J. W. Boyle, Manager, Cloverport Loose Leaf House. d0 AA tD&,JJ grades. Ladies silk hose in all colors regular $2.50 (PI f?A For any of our all samples. Di.ll Men's hats. They good quality and styles, and are are Dr. O. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON Will be in HARDINSBURG, KY., on the FOURTH MONDAY IN NOV. A full line of Xmas Goods and Toys. Watch 'or our large. Xmas "ad" next week. Our grocery department is complete with a full line of Xmas candies, dates, figs, nuts, coconuts, grapes, apples, oranges, bananas and grape fruit ERNEST DENHAM LICENSED AUCTIONEER Will cry all sales at a reasonable PeeWrite or phone me at Hardinsburg, Ky. VISIT THE STORE OF GOOD VALUES GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY. ! v J AGE SIX THE M9CXBN1UDOE HEWS. CLOVNfrORT. XBNTUCXY 1 DECEMBER ' HOUSE PASSES BILL FOR MERIT MEDALS To Reward War Service in Merchant Marine. Washington, Dec. 8. The first leg- -' islativc action of the House at this session was taken today with the passage of a bill authorizing, the! President to issue medals of merit for distinguished service performed during the world war by officers and men of the United States Merchant. Marine. The vote was .115 to 7. The House passed as its second piece of legislation a bill by Rcprcscn-- I tativc Haugen of Iowa, chairman of the Committee on. Agriculture, dc-- i signed principally to prevent deception of the public in the purchase of manufactured articles wrapped or boxed so as to make them appear of greater size or quality than the con- tents are by actual weitzht or volume The bill as passed, would require that the quantity or the contents he nlain- ly marked on the outside of the pack age in terms ot weight, measure or numerical count. i 10, "WELL OLD MAN, HOW ARE YOU?" If Your Blood is Rich and Red You Say, "Fine" ENTHUSIASM IS RED-BLOODE- D in the said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him. .". That the average number of copies o' each issue of this' publication sqld or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months proceeding the date above is 1 050. Jno. D. Babbage. Sworn to and subscribed before mc this 13th day of Dec. 1920. V. G. Babbage, Notary Public. My commission expires Jan 22, 1U22. ADDISON-HOL- T CLUBBING RATES Daily Courier-JournBreckenridge News; al and & Tl-- t QA The y "Tell your mother KEMP'S BALSAM lPlM r will stop that cough, Bill. My mother gives it to me when I get a cough, and you don't hear me coughing all the time." And Johnnie is right, too. Get a bottle now from your druggist. t LE ROY. N. Y. rt CLAIMS ALLOWED BY BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FISCAL COURT APRIL TERM 1920 (Continued From Last Week) 1 Receipts By discrepancy I9f) From J. B. Carman, in Annual :8, Frim J. B. Carman. Sheriff March .'!. From J. B. Carman, Sheriff March ao, From J B. Carman, Sheriff April 11, Settlement-Octob- er 8.93 1,589.33 10.00 2,000.00 1,200.00 -- Total net receipts. Disbursments Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., outstanding vouchers. Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., overdraft farmers Bank & Trust Co., money borrowed on O. D. S. J. Jolly foreman four days S, J. Jolly, foreman three- days Wallace Parks, team one and days labor one day- E. A. Hardesty, tools for road one-ha- lf $4,808.28 S. B. Laslie team two days S. B. Laslie labor two days S. B. Laslie, labor one day S. J. Jolly, foreman three days S. B. Laslie, labor one day S. B. Laslie, team one day labor two days James Dome team one day S. J. Jolly, foreman three days M. L. Laslie labor one day E. A. Hardesty, tools fo'r road S. J Jolly foreman eight days S. B. Laslie labor five days S. J. Jolly foreman four days S B. Laslie team two days labor one day. S. J. Jollv foreman two davs John Horsley labor four days Murray Laslie labor one day S. B. Lalie labor two days S. B. Laslie team seven days labor two days. James Dome team two days S. J. Jolly, foreman eight days Will Jolly, team two days Lee Hickerson, team two davs Lee Hickerson grading Sample road-Wi- ll Jolly grading Sample road James Dome labor three day.? S:im grading Sample toad. Alfred AdUn.. labor one day S B. l.ashc gre:ie n;.ils and iu-- ' Boy Pate work on Yellow Bank Bridge S. B. Laslie work on Yellow Bank Bridge-Bo- y La-die ,, . 838.83 .10 228.82 9.00 0 75 7.75 11.00 8.00 4.50 1.75 0.75 1.75 8.50 4.00 0.75 Bills Payable - 1.75 59.90 Total - -18.00 State of Kentucky 9.00 0.75 4, so Things arc still on the boom in Addison, We now have eight new dwellings and all occupied. Also the Sometimes you are almost down storage house completed. The office building almost finished, the concrete and out. You know you arc not real- foundation laid' and next will start a pctercd-ou- t ly sick, but you have the mess house. Plans arc being made feeling. You cat little. You drag for a power house and ice plant. We In the morning you look at your expect soon to have an electric lighted face in the mirror. You feel years old- town. The government is boarding er when you see how pale and hag- quite a few men on two boats. More gard you arc. men are expected to arrive next week It is your blood. It needs red cor- to take positions with the government puscles. Instead of poking along half on the lock and dam. sick, why don't you try taking Addison Store is doing a good busithe blood tonic? It has just ness since our town is building up, the ingredients weak blood needs also Hayes is running a ten days sale. With red blood your energy and enSaturday caused the The thusiasm return. You cat better. You river tohard rain few feet, also raise a made it tackle work and achieve. n is widely and heart- fine for, tobacco stripping. L. D. Addison received a car load ily endorsed by physicians. It is effective and easy to take. It is sold in of coal last week which he disposed both limiid and tablet form. The medi of at 20c per bushel. Several enjoyed the surprise party cinal properties arc identical Sold at any drug store. But be t Saturday night at Mr. W. Alil's. of. . . !.. l. tl.l. sure .iu kci iiic Kcnuiui: T cpiu--ii- - Xf. riuil gan "Glide's " Ask for it by the name Messrs. Beckham Barger and MyrI and be sure the full name, "Glide's" Krouch, of Frymire, took dinner Sun- -' is on the package. day with Mr. Goldie Claycomb and Advertisement. accompanied by him spent the afternoon and evening the guests of thr Report of the condition of The Misses Rhodes. Miss Frances and Christine Rhodes FIRST STATE BANK went to Stepheusport, Tuesday to pay doing business in the town of Irving-to- taxes and not finding the collector County of Breckinridge, State of there had to go on to Sample, where Kentucky at the close of business on he was collecting all day. 15th day of November 1920. The crowd o( young folks took a pleasure ride to' Stcphensport, Sunday RESOURCES night they gathered at Addison for a $192,909.82 Loans and Discounts pleasant evening together. Overdrafts, secured and Mr. Fred Dutschke shipped a nice 2,953.22 unsecured - - - bunch of hogs Monday to Louisville. Stocks, Bonds and other e( Qtnlircnr Tallinn Aire 09,800.00 Securities - - - 15,304.88 spent Sunday with her son, Mr. Har- Due from Banks - Cash on hand - - - 3,255.87 vey Pullen. Air. and Mrs. Pullen have taken rooms on the Government Banking House, Furniture 2,751.00 steamboat. and Fixtures - - - Mr. Ruie Black, of Shiloh, spent $287,034 71 Sunday the guest of Miss Goldie Total Claycomb and joined the crowd of LIABILITIES young folks of Holt and Addison. Capital Stockpaid iu, in Misses Marion Hardin and Kather-in- e cash 15,000.00 Riedel spent the week-enwith Surplus Fund - - - - - 10.000.00 relatives and friends at Holt, returnUndivided Profits, less ex550 01 ing to Cloverport. Sunday night. penses and taxes paid Mr. Leo Greenwood spent Saturday Deposits subnight in Cloverport and attended ject to check $123,470.01 early service at St. Rose church. Time Deposits 132,001.49 Try Pepto-Manga- n if You Feel and Times Louisville Breckenridge New.; Weak and Look Pale. $g QQ Louisville Evening Post and The Breckenridge News; jfi AA Send Your Orders to THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CL0VERP0RT, KY, Pepto-Manga- n, IF YOU NEED Pepto-Manga- CORN or HAY In Small Lots or In Car Load Lots Write or Call Us at Oar Expense I Pepto-Mangan- ," J. B. TAYLOR & SONS LEWISPORT, KENTUCKY n. i -- I -- -- , -- f I -- a ; j d If 1 1 255,478.10 0,000.00 Our classified ads reach buyers nd sellers and bring results. - $287,034.71 Set. J - ! 3 50 '". 0(, 35 00 9.00 18.00 ! 00 9.00 15.00 20.00 j County of Breckinridge We. W. J. Piggott and J. C. Payne, President and Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the liftcf rf iiir Mir.tt1r ntirl lif.inf W. J. Piggott, President J. C. Payne, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me 24th day of November 1920. " J ""mission lixpires jau. ., iu-J. Ai. riernaon, .Notary .rubiic. -- ! lr" KUWl i1 Any of These On Liberal Terms Delivered In Time For Christmas - &V ! I'd t Pate grading Simple road S. J. Jolly Work on Yellow Bank Bridge- S. J. Jolly grading on Sample road A. A Arm. grading on Sample road S. J. Jolly grading on Sample road Charley Krouch putting in culvert S. J. Jolly repair on grader Sam Laslie team three days James Dome labor on Sample ll Jolly, labor on Sample road B. F. Beard & Co , road tools Jas. McCoy labor on Hardinsburg and Stepheusport road-JeWhitworth freight on grader Will Jolly team two days E. A. Hardesty road tools Lee Beauchamp team five hours Bob Manning team and labor on road Lee Cunningham team and labor on roa- dWill Cunningham foreman on road work Everett Adkins labor on road Hubert Yates team and labor on road Dan Dowell work on engine five amis .and five hours. Allen Dowell, work on engine Owen Basham labor one day Nat Bahham labor out day Lawrence Yates team and labor 1 C, L. Walls team and labor . George Basham labor two and days S. J. Jolly team 'or grading B. F. Beard & Co., road tools Edwin Manning, team on road Charlie Yates labor on road Andy Durbin labor on road Jim Dome labor two days- Jim McCoy, labor two days. Chas Bowman labor two and Manning lahnr Bob O'Bryan labor on Jas. Jolly, lumber for culverts and bridges. S. J. Jolly, team for grading S. J. Jolly labor and holt- sClarence Redmon team on mail Harold Redmon labor on rnnH H. J. Diccktnan foreman hauling and nails. I. S. Clark labor on road J. B. Redmon team on mail Kd Logsdon, labor four days eight Hnnr M. D. Simons team one and labor days. Dick Avitt team one and one half labor f days Glen Macy labor three Continued on Page 7 road-Wi, , STATEMENT OF THE OWNER CIR- SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CULATION, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF CONGRESS 20.00 OF AUGUST 24, 1912. '.5 Of The Breckenridge News pub- 40 lished weekly at Cloverport, Ky., for 7.00 .Oct. 1, 1920. 10.50' State of Kentucky 5 ,275 tiff II I qliilu ( qL ISk ait. I ffm Mti9f I i j . i I -- " t.7. ss one-ha- lf , one-ha- lf days-Alt- on rn.-w- l one.-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-hal- ''-- the ownership, management (and if a paper, the circulation), etc., of ti,e aforesaid publication for the date 17.40 shown in the above, required by the 10.00 Act oi August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443. Postal Laws and Regula- ,.- -' ..'- tions printed on the reverse of this u form to wit: 1X75 j. That the names and addresses of 17.40 the publisher, editor, managing editor jj - and business managers are: J"0, D Bal)baSe, Cloverport, Ky. "00 2. That the owners are: (Give 4 es and addresses of individual 0 ers. or if a corporation, give its name 13.50 andthe names and addresses of stock-.- ,' holders owning or holdipg per cent " or more o' the total amount of stock.) -- .00 There are none. 3. That 9.40 the known bondholders, 5.00 mortgages, and other security holders 1 per cent or more 3 ' 0., owning or holding of total amount of bonds, mortgages, ju.uu or oti,er securities are: (If there are 07.00 none, so state.) There are none. 8.00 ' (wn narncrrnntic nvt 4. That th 4.47 above, giving the names of the own- 8.00 ers, stockholders and security holders 4.00 if any. contain not onlv the list of - . .. . . ..II i.uu siu.Kiioiuers anu security Holders as they appear upon the books of the 5.02 'company but also, in cases where the 2.50 stockholder or security holder ap 3.50 pears upon tnc dooks ot the company 93.21 as trustee or in any other fiduciary G0.00 relation the name of the person or 2.04 corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also that the said two 8.00 Earagraphs contain statements 1.75 full knowledge and 0.05 belief as to the circumstances and 3.30 conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not 4.00 upon the books of the company 10.80 as trustees, hold stock and securities 7.87 in a capacity other than that of a 7.87 bona fide owner; an'd this affiant has no reason to believe that any other 0.75 person, association, or corporation has any interest or direct or indirect 18.001 10.00 30.00 ' l.nctit rl.tli cinnr.i m 2.50 li'lir. MliMilrr ing to law, deposes and says that he 1.24! is the owner, editor and oublisber of 15.00 the Breckenridge News and that the 9.00 following is, to the best of his know- 'ledge and belief, a true statement of d County of Breckinridge uefore me a Notary Public in and for the State and loiinty aforesaid, personally appei-eJno. D. Babbage, lSs. BlrTTTl WHMM JlliglW jSj'i aSBBip z HHlS -t H Come right to Louisville. Right to the Grafonola Co. at 529 Fourth Ave. Here you can choose of any of these fine Columbia Grafonolas shown and buy them on liberal terms. The Columbia is the ideal Christmas gift. Plays all records with perfect fidelity of tone. Is the only non-sautomatic stop instrument. et ""', daily 11.2.1 fi j: laU r"5''PH $165 Win iffHKlalk aM?J--7l- - l 1 , .i- GIVE RECORDS These are suggested. Send for Catalog giving complete list. A2991 I nam-10.3- own-13.5- 1 A2801 A2997 Oh, Holy Night. For $1.00 Silent Night, Hallowed Night. Uncle Josh at the Dentists. Uncle Josh and Aunt Nancy Puttlug Up the Kitchen Stove, For $1.00 For $1.00 The Japanese Sandman. You're Just as Beautiful at Sixty as You Were For Let the Rest of the World Oo By. The Love Boat. A2993 For $1.00 A6165 $1-25 at Sixteen. filf with rack ...j. ..- A2978 I For $1.00. I'm In Heaven When I'm In My Mother's Anns. There Is a Vacant Chair at Home, Sweet Home. Ye Golden Yuletlde Hymns I.. Ye Golden Yuletlde Hymns II. SIM $125 wit-aUlvM Repair Work on all make of machines given prompt atteatkb. Send your motor or part to be repaired by Ia.ured Parcel Port. KpnE mTiIVI . ? ap-pe- ar The Grafonola Co INCORPORATED At 529 Fourth Ave. $75 LOUISVILLE aflaiC P fBsB, i ' ' :embek ii, imo THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY 13.50 7.90 2.50 7.50 4.00 13.50 8.79 2.25 9.00 4.50 9.00 4.50 3.37 11.02 9.00 12 60 10 PAGE SEVEN Pope Milner team three days J. D. Amnions labor three days five hours. Willie Dasham labor one clay J. S Cart foreman three day J. S. Cart team one day. L. P, Milner team three days Stillwcll labor three days. W. A. Chappcll labor one day C. Chism team two davs 1 Elbert Mattingly labor two days. Chas Dasham labor four days Way Louisville Tom Miller labor two days. 0. Jolly labor one day five lmnr If you purchase nt Crutchor & Starks, R. H. Haynes labor four clays nine hours. G. D. Lawson team' two days. ..u....h i.,u uiuuiiiiii Lraiuiiiut:!, u. suit or overcoat priced at J. T. Hester foreman five days oil 10c. J. T. Hester foreman four days K. Stillwcll labor five hours W. A. Chappcll labor three days 9 h hours. R. O. Black labor four days five linnr R. H. Haynes labor four day L. B. Waggoner labor five hours G. 12 Waggoner labor five hours J. F. Basham team three days. Proctor Beauchamp labor 4.'i hours. Louisville Both Ways, D. C. McHalon team three clays. George Brown labor four and hours. If you purchase, at Crutcher & Stnrks, durJune Haynes labor two day ing the month of December, a suit or overJohn Kclni labor five hours: coat priced above H. 'Haynes labor two clays four hours Pete Wagcnct labor1 two days nine and hours. L. Wagencst labor two clays. R. O. Black labor three days COME TO LOUISVILLE WE AKR MAKING THIS M. McCubbins team two days AT OUR EXPENSE AND INDUCEMENT TO OUR Mi Rollins labor three days COMPARE VALUES AT CUSTO-MEItL. Cart labor nine hours WE THIS STORE. IN THE BELIEF M. A. Jolly team two days nine hours. GUARANTEE OUR THAT WE WILL BE PRICES, FOR QUALIT, Estill Stiff labor two days. THE LOWEST COMPENSATED W. A. McIIalon foreman three days five burs FOR G. E. Payne labor one day five hours LOSS IN PROFIT BY Wm. Dowcll foreman 50 hours team 25 hours. YOUR GOOD WILL AT LOUISVILLE, DURING A. Bruce team one dav, A TIME WHEN OUR THE CHRISTMAS J. T, Claycomb labor one day. STOCKS OF MERCHAN-DISIS WORTHY OF A Henry Brown labor two days eight and l' hours. FOR MEN THE AND WE ARE VISIT, AIvy Avitt labor ."4 hours PLEASED TO EXTEND LARGEST IN KENC. Chism team two days. TUCKY ARE MOST THIS PRACTICAL MON-ESam McAfee labor six days - SAVING HOLIDAY COMPLETE AND Glen Macy team two days labor five hours. INVITATION. Dan Dowell running engine sbc days. J. T. Hesler team five hours foreman three days. H. Basham labor three days. Bring This Newspaper With You I. M. Kroush labor five hours L. B. Wegenast labor five hours Time of for Proper Credit W. J. Kroush labor one day- Justice Cooper labor three days Albert Kruger labor two and days. G. W. Wegenast labor one day five hours Ufa M. McCubbins team five- hours labor one day. Sam Cox labor seven and hours Carl Payne labor one day. J. S. Cart foreman two days team fie hours- p Will Avitt team one clay. Tigue Pierce labor two and days. John Dowcll team four days Bill Ray labor four clays Cal Nelson labor three days Metropolis LOUISVILLE-T- he E. Basham team one day L. Cart labor one day J. T. Hesler team one day labor one day. A. M. Rollins labor one day A. Chappel tabor, one day Dennie Nelson labor two and days. CLAIMS ALLOWED BY BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FISCAL COURT C. Chapdl team five hours C. Chism team one day Continued From Pace f C. W. Cart labor and team C. W Cart team two labor two clays. Western Mach. Co., grader- 200.00 Amos Whitworth labor six days- Sell Dowell labor seven ,and 1.65 Sam McAfee labor 50 hours daurs. Im. Dowell foreman seven days 17.50 Johnie Horsley labor one day Sverette Keys team two days labor one day- 11.25 Nelson Gibson labor one day seven hours. B. Gardner team and labor 17.4G Jess Powers labor one day seven hours )rie Kelm team II.37 T, day labor day. garage bill for October J Hook C J. Hook engine repairs and garage bill. 32.25 H. Curry, labor two days. W. Cart, team one and 8.10 labor one half days. Dan Dowell, running engine and sup plies. '., W Kelm, labor three days. 6.73 H. Haynes labor one day . M. Basham labor two days 4.50 Pi Troutman team one day L. Claycomb labor three days 0.75 J. T. Weedman labor eight hours 12.37 T. C. Arabright labor nine hours team two days. Jas. Bane labor one and jAdam Basham team two labor one day 11.25 John Keys labor thirteen hours 6 75 Harvey Whitworth labor five days. ,Alvy Avitt labor three days. days. 5.62 Marvin Payne team fourteen and hours. Millard Brown labor two and 2.25 Will Avitt labor five hours h S. Barger team five hours. h days. C. Lewis labor one day seven hours. 3.82 T. J. Hesler team five hours foreman one and hours 4.30 J. B. Basham labor seven andone-haT. Hesler ieam one day, -, -.- ........ 12.80 J. D. Ammons labor three daysI ,, T . TT.elAr fnrpman flv - flavc nnha1f crallnn.. nil -.xv.w. 9.00 H. Basham labor one day. D. Lawson team two days days. labor one and 10.12 Jabe Gibson labor one day seven hours. B. Basham team one and : f, O. Stiff labor, three days one and 7.08 Fred Miller labor eight hours hours 11.25 J H. Weedman labor eight hours las. Chism, team two days five hours 4.50 Dennie Nelson .labor seven and days. fill Avitt team one day- 17.10 B. F. Beard & Co., road tools tP. Milner team three days eight hours. ElHaynes, labor three days. 0.75 E. M, Mitchell, labor one day 20.25 W. H. Gibson foreman three days IA. Basham labor five days team two days. gy 24.00 Guy Nelson labor three iwrence Yates team six cays 5.25 John Gibson foreman two days three days irlie Yates team . 4.50 D. Hayne team one day Jolly labor two days 9.00 C. Chism team one day iio Noble labor four days. 13.50 Gleh Macy team one day eight tinnrn four days team one day- rney Noble labor dayg 5.40 John Dowell team four and ick Cashman labor two days five hours 27.50 Kirby Nelson labor four, and day T. Hesler fareman and team. 20.25 Albert Pool team fiye and one half hours Chism team four days five hours. days 9.90 Cal Nelson labor five and 0. Black labor focjr days four hours. 2.25 Will Jolly Balance in ful for Inmhir. S. Barger labor one day. 4.77 F. C. McHalan team thirty and hours labor ten hours. ibrose Vessels team and labor 4.95 W. Argabright 1000 'eet lumber D. Barger labor two days two hours 32.34 Orbie Smith labor three days is Chappell labor 14 days seven hours. 20.00 J. T. Hesler team onei day foreman two days B. Gardner team five days. 14.75 G. W. Wegenast labor two days 11 Cunningham foreman six days- 6.75 L. B. Wegenast labor one dayi five and hours. "Ms Rolline labor three days. 10.12 G. E. Wegenast labor five and hours two days labor five hours. P. Milner team 8.32 J. T. Hesler team six hours foreman 10 hours iVj, Hook garage bill 19.00 W. H. McHalan foreman thirty and hours J. Hook work on engine 1.12 B. Barger team five hours- Gilbert labor five hours. 5.77 Henry Brown labor five and hours. n Manning team one day four hours. 6.75 M. C. McCubbins team one day team one day five hours 7.20 E. Basham labor one team one day IX Lawson team one day six hours 3.50 C. Kroush labor two days, jhen Clark labor on road ,,, 4.50 P. Troutman team one day six hours, Kroush labor two days 5.25 C. Stillwell labor six hours labor three days Mitchell 20.00 Harvey Whitworth labor two days- team five days. 8.00 Carl Pullen labor two days. Yates team two days- 49.06 J. D, Ammons labor twenty and running 'engine and repairs. hours. owell 10.25 Johnnie Horsley labor five days M,f Basham labor and lumber- 24.20 Floyd Nelson labor one day. fcT. Robertson foreman four days team three days. 7.30 M. A. Jolly team five and hours. owe aay six i Hours. Jolly, Wm 6.75 C. Chism team one day six hours gkte team one day labor one day. 2.23 Noble labor one day Dan Dowcll running engine 11.25 labor M hours. Bitten labor five days. ts.ttapdK,i& a w w days. U'M Ed Peadteton labor three and. We Will Pay Your Railroad Fare One ANNOUNCEMENT On and after January 1, 1921 I am going to adopt a cash system for selling merchandise. I will sell for cash only. I am doing this for two reasons. One is it will place me in position to sell you goods from 10 to 15 per cent less than I can sell them now. The capital it takes to carry long standing accounts compels a merchant to sell goods for a larger per cent of profit. Besides it enables the' man that pays cash to buy his goods a great deal cheaper and the man that buys on credit can borrow money and save from 6 to 10 per cent by paying cash. And another thing it eliminates all rrors that are liable to happen in book keeping. Second, it will do away with the work and expense of keeping' books which adds largely to the overhead cost of doing business As I am going to adopt the cash system would ask that everyone who is indebted to please make their arrangemnts to settle all accounts by the 1st of the New Year 1921. I am sure it will mean much in dollars and cents to both parties concerned. I want to thank my many friends and customers for past favors and solicit your valuable patronage in the future. To t 25..$45 00 We Will Pay Your Railroad Fare To and From three-fourt- 1.12 8.89 10.32 9.00 1.12 1.12 12.00 10.12 13 50 one-ha- lf $45 one-ha- lf 1.00 4.50 1.15 5.40 6 65 4.50 6.75 y.od 0.75 2 02 E. A. HARDESTY, Stephensport, Ky. S If You Are Looking For ANY-WHER- 13.03 4 50 8.73 3.37 18 12 4 30 Good Used Cars You Will Be SEA-"SO- E onc-ha- At Purchase one-ha- lf Stare aSfanohrt?JzeofVacit - (PCHERJ&HRKS one-ha- lf 2.23 6.43 12.15 9 00 11.25 10.12 18.00 9 73 6.75 1.12 1.12 2.25 6.75 5 65 3 37 4 50 1.90 2.25 4 50 5 63 These We Offer For Sale The Values Will Be Readily Appreciated If You Take Time To Investigate Thern In interested Growile ft.Burfon HERCULES 5 PASSENGER Touring 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER ALLEN 5 PASSENGER FORD 5 PASSENGER DODGE ONE FORD TRUCK 1 FORDSON TRACTOR, with plows and disc ONE DELKER BUGGY, brand-new- , less than cost. CASINGS, $15.00 AND UP INNER TUBES, $2.00 AND UP IF YOU 1916 1918 1919 1918 1918 1919 Sons one-ha- lf 20.00 7.00 0.75 4 30 2 25 7.00 WANT A BARGAIN COME TO SEE US LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY LEWISPORT, KY .1 one-ha- lf 5 G5 NEWS FROM -- one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-ha- lf 6 one-ha- lf 2 25 COUNTY 4 50 23.84 Continued From Page 3 IS'.jO Mrs E. R. Robbius is on the si . 13.50 list 11.25 Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Canary were in Stephensport, Wednesday, shop- 3.40 Eugene Jordan, of Los Angeles, 3.40 Cal., Mrs. M. L. Robertson, of Bow-- . 17.76 erston. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W. H 4.50 Beauchamp were guests of Mr and THE I 60 50 one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-ha- lf three-fourt- .. U .,- 4.50 1.80 2.05 2.95 8.75 6.52 1.12 7.15 1.70 0.75 O 1(J one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-ha- lf L-J- one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-ha- lf 3.40 1.80 1.80 16.88 1.15 Len Cart labor one day 2 25 J. S. Cart foreman two days. 7.50 B. V. Lewis team one day 0.75 Charlie Yates labor thirteen and one-hahours 5 00 E. O. Dutschke team three days labor four and one-ha4.50 Lee Cunningham, team thirteen and one-ha- l' hours 4.50 Denny Nelson labor nine and one-ha- lf days 8.10 Amos Whitworth labor eight and one-hadays 22.50 Bill Foster labor three and one-ha- lf days 10.15 Tigue Pierce labor three and one-ha- lf days 2.50 John Dowell team ten and one-ha- lf days 12.40 Millard Rollins labor one-ha- lf team one day 43.50 Truman Morgan labor one Hay 10.00 Robert Kruger labor six days. 50.00 Albert Kruger labor twelve days. 0.75 Earl Alii labor one day. 0.50 Albert Kruger labor eight days lf lf Mrs. W. E. Shelman, Tuesday. Mrs. A. C. Basham is able to be Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Burton had for out again. . . their dinner guests Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Shelman and Mrs. "It Must Have Been Dead at Least 6 Horace McCoy, of Union Stor; Jesse Months But Didn't Smell." Miller, Sample: E. C. Jordan, Losi Angeles, Cal.. Mr and Mrs W. H . Saw a b; rat ;n cear , . Beauchamp and Mrs. Mary C. Beau-- , rail, writes Mrs. Joanny, "and champ. W. D. Avitt is moving to his farm bought a 35c cake of RAT-SNAhe recently purchased from Gus Bar- - broke it up into small pieces. Last ger of Frymire week whiie movjng we came across A. L. Roberts was called to the .. bedside of hi mother in Cloverport. tne dead rat- - Must have been ded who has been ill for the past three six months, didn't smell. RAT-SNA- P i is wonderful " Three weeks. sizes 35c. 63c. Among those who attended the $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad pound party Saturday night at Gray-- j Payne & Co., Cloverport, and B. F. son Payne's, of Lodiburg were: Mrs.i Beard & Co.. Hardinsburg. Adver-JamSkillman. Anna Lee Skillman. tisement. J P, es Wednesday. engine. Mrs. W. L. Robertson visited relatives and friends in and near Lodi-bur- g, from Wednesday until Friday, of last week. Mrs. Henry Gibson was the Satur-pin- g. day guest of Mrs. J. R. Burton and Mrs. Mary Q Beauchamp. Stith McCoy, of Union Star, wat the guest of Miss Ruby Gedling, Ruby and Cecil Lee Gedling. Ressie Knctt, John Burton, Wallace and Virgil Payne. S. V. Davis has purchaed a tractor lf hours. 5.00 4.50 2.C0 14.51 COO 21.:i8 .19 15 7.90 7.90 52.50 G.15 K1.50 one-ha- lf 4.50 Guy Nelson labor one day 3.50 F. C. McHalan team three days 1.25 0.70 8.00 2.25 1.40 C. 27.00 2 25 18.00 O . OT J one-ha- lf Bellow labor four and one-ha- lf hours. one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-ha- lf i' ... one-ha- lf 0.75 Lawrence Yates team four and one-ha- lf hours. 4.50 Hubert Yates team four and one-hahours 7.20 Arby Smith labor two days. 1.35 Amos Whitworth labor twelve days. 3.50 Carl Nelson labor two days. 4.50 Will Cunningham foreman thirteen and one-ha- lf hours 6.41 Roy Morgan labor one day 11.00 W. H. Gibson team one day labor two days. 2.25 Carl Payne team and labor nine hours 2.50 G. E. Payne team and labor nine hours 7.20 Everett Keys labor IS 48.96 K. E. Norton labor fifteen and one-ha- lf hours. lf Glover Frymire labor two days P. Waggoner labor one day nine hours. B. Waggoner, labor one day nine hours. Ed Ramsey team three days 4.50 H. A. Dutschke coal nails 10c h""" 13.50 1.02 4 50 4.2S 4.2S 15.00 0 2!) 2.00 2.00 4.50 27.00 4.50 3.47 2.25 0.50 0.10 6.10 2.70 3.45 , one-ha- lf 7.90 (Continued next week) , . "TTrw " I'W "WP! PACtt EIGHT LETTERS T.0 SANTA CLAUS T THS MWCKENRIDGE HEWS, CLOVtRPORT, XSNtHCtf ?fll-At- If. f whkh was recently" btttlt COUNTY TEACHERS 01 the sand hill to the Torn Lyons TREASURER'S CHEC1 store. The' farmers of that vicinity arc extending the gravel on up into the bottom and so tar have spread it Receipts of Sheriff' Taxes RtplMil up to Mrs. Payne's farm. If the ed State Treasury. weather continues favorable, they will 10. n complete it npvto the cemetery. Dec. TW Kv.. Frankfort. Telephone. monthly installment of state KM fmiHa navahlf in the COUntl'CS Will tn hi rhnnts tomorrow in the fort TWO COUPLES GRANTED rllfrk instead of Wtf LICENSE IN CANNELTON. n( tn9inrrr' five per cent interest, j rants bearing Two Breckinridge county couples was the case in November, it was sup-- ? J were granted marriage licenses in nounced at the office of the State 1 n( nnhll'p Instruction Cannclton, lasUweOk. TJicy were Roy F. Limer, 'a'rmcr, of McQuady to day. Receipts of taxes from sheriff - t Miss Minnie Tabor, of Hardinsburg; ol the various counties nas repienisnGarland Haynes to Miss Hazel Hors-le- cd the treasury it was stated. Kentuckv assists the schools both of Garfield. payment of approximately $60, montmy. inc aici iunn is paiu m OYSTER FRY AT WALKERS. enual monthlv installments and ereirates Sd.10 for each child of Sell Hardinsburg, Dec. 11. (Special) aire in the various districts. The mil The following young people enjoyed imurn school term under the K.ei an oyster fry Sunday night at Walk- tuckv law is six months. er's Restaurant: White Kincheloc, This year, according to J. F. Taylor Paul Mattingty, Elmer Payne, Bruce aeaicf'inl In tnlo 3nnirintpnHent Col- Miller, Morris Miller, James Howard vin. the counties are navine a much 5V. HMnH.A!MM Af Gardner, Jr. Misses Katie Jarboc, !.. nun nit ail,.:.. ft Ague Jarboc, Anna Lee Mattingly, latter iiujui everui before. aiw. t r Prior teachers than Lucille Jarboc, Margaret Shccran and this time, he said, virtually all of PROMINENT FARMER DEAD. Spiiugs. Hannah Jarboe. salaries of the teachers in the country 71 TOBINSPORTERS ENJOY-R- . Falls of Rough, Dec 13 (Special) schools came trom the state, you bring my things to me be sure don't forget father, and mother bring S. Patterson, one of the prominent. ING GOOD GRAVEL ROAD. For many years there have been no year the average increase in pay was; ana and bring my old grandpapa Tuesday brides in Madrid, as the about 50 per cent, except in the citieO, farmers of Grayson county, died Dcc. ; grandma something nice. So come them something nice. Your little boy, 5, after a few days illness. He is sur- d Spaniards The people of Tobinsport and consider Tuesday an William Francis Potts. and all of this is paid by special tax--J early. I will go to bed and shut my ity arc greatly enjoying their new by a wife 'and one child. day for marriages. ation in the districts. rii eyes tight don't disappoint me. I am Little Horse and Cart. your little girl, Evelyn May Tomer, 1 lamed, Ky. Dear Santa: I am a Hardinsburg, Ky. little boy three years old. I want to tell vnil wltnt wnnt vnii tn lirinrr nm 'fl Wants a Red Tarn. for x,as t want a trycyclc. a pair h Dear Santa .new shoes, a little horse and cart. HardinsburR, Ky. Claus: I am a little girl eight years old money bank. All kinds of good things and go to school cery day I am in to eat. Don't forget little sister. I will the second reader. I want you to go to bed early. Your little boy, nleasc brine me a red tarn and sweat Franklin E. Tate. cr and a pair of kid gloves and lots of good things to eat. Bring my little Promises Not To Peep. Harned. Ky. Dear Santa Clans. I sister lots of things Santa You can papa Pots and am a little girl seven years old. I want just bring pua on Christmas tree Your little to tell you what I want for Xmas. I girl, Zula Bowman. want a sleeping doll, bunny for mv doll, set of dishes, tea set, all kinds of nice candies, oranges, bananas, Wants Everything to Eat. and Dear old Santa Claus: I am five raisinsnieces peanuts. Don't forget my and nephews. I will go go to school every day. little years old to bed early and not you I am in the first reader I want every fill my stocking. Your peep while Lucy little girl, thing to eat and a whole lots of it, K. Dowell. candy, oranges bananas, coconuts and a big doll with curly hair that will go Will Expct Santa Early. to sleep. Now bring me lots to eat Dear old I for I am hungry Come early. Your eleven years Santa:have am a little girl old been little girl, Isabelle Bowman, Hardins- school five months like my going to teacher Ky. burg, fine. Her name is Miss Bessie'Downs. Dear Santa you were so nice to me Wants an Electric Train. last Xmas, I wil-l- tell you what I ar McQuady, Ky. Dec. 7, 1020. Dear want you to bring me. Now please Santa Clause: 1 want you to bring me bring me a sweater, a tan pair a train that will run by electricity. I gloves, box of handkerchiefs, and a ol These are trousers of every description good worsteds, like candy, and I can eat lots of ban- nice box of chocolates and Bon Bons. anas I am not big enough to go to and all kinds of fruits and don't forserges, fine cassimeres, cheviots and solid-colo- r flannels. There school, but will go nct year. 1 will get my dada and mother and my are work trousers and trousers to wear with odd coats. There are all try to be good and don't forget to little nephews and nieces in Ohio, also come I live near the depot. Your my little nephews, George William of the popular colors, stripes and mixtures, including blue serges and and Henry Kruger, they live just one blackeycd twy. Billy Davis. Scotch tweeds. Sizes 28 to 50 waist measure ; plain or cuff bottoms. and miles from Stephensport, Ky.. 1 will expect VOtl to come enr: Easily Pleaced. Kirk. Ky, Dec. 7th. 1020. My Dear So I am your little girl, Gurtha Lee Alterations Made Free of Charge, Santa Clause Please bring nic a doll Tomer, Hardinsburg. Route 2, Ky buirsry, little tabic, a nice doll, some From Jno. D. Babbage, 3rd story books, candy, oranges and nuts. Dear Santa Claus: I want to write I don't think I am a selfish little girl. I would like to have these things but to please ask you to bring me an will be leased with whatever you electric train and two bring Lovingly yours, Edna Earl cars and whole lots of tracks. I want Miller. ja nice wagon and some building blocks and stick candy and oranges and bananas and chocolate candy, and Wants to Dress Up. My Dear Old Santa Claus :I am a another bicycle and everything you girl, eight years old, think of, and roller skates, jno. D. little hlack-eje- d have been a good little girl and I am Babbage. :ird, Boston, Mass. expecting you to come and see me . Will Ride His Brother, this Christmas, io I am going to tell, you what 1 w Ditld like for you to1 Union Star, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: bring me Now Santa, ou must bring I am a little boy seven years old and some candy, oranges, raisins, apples that I can ride my little brother in and a new pair s'.oes and a new dress. I want you to bring me a little wagon Now Santa do please bring all I have a"d lots of good things to eat and spoken for Santa Clause please don't don't forget my little sister and two forget my little playmates. Mary Lue little brothers, bring them something Cooper and Maggie Board. They lie "ice. Your little boy, O. B Severs, near Stephtmsport. Ky, Santa Clause ..nmirl "God Keens lVTp Dnv hi Flai," will frn to livt erarlv nurl Dear old Santa Claus: I am a little j As I am getting sleepy I will close Oh. ,es Santa don't 'orget mv little K'rl eleven years old so will tell ou menus. cuia Aide ami nernert atin- - ii.u wain ior unnstmas. I want a well, they live at Holt, Ky. Your little big story book and a sleepy doll, and lots of all kinds candy and nuts Bring girl, Cora Lee Mien, Sample. K. my little sister wha't you bring me. Bring my little brother a wagon and Wants To Learn A B C's. Dear Old Santa. Just a few line to a package of fire crackers Bring uncle Horsley's little girl something tell you what want you to bring me for Xni.ii want you to bring me to s9 ' will close for this time. From p. some candy, apples, a tablet and pen- - Mernie Sago P. S. Bring uncle Owen's little boy I can learn to write my A B cil so C's. I am to voung to go to school, something too. offly three years old. I have blue eyes and my nane is Elsie May Santa I Wants Jewelry was about to forget to tell you that ,ea.r 'd Santa Claus: am a little I wanted a little doll if you will bring girl nine years of age and I am going I will tell you what I will name to tell you what I want for Christmas it. it. wll call it Nittic Louise. Your ! want a ring and lots of candies and a big sleepy doll. My little bro- little giil, Elsie Allen. Sample, Ky. "ts. wants a ther little wagon and a knife and fire crackers I want a little set His First Letter To Santa. Hardinsburg, Ky Dear Santa: This of dishes and that js all I want for Toys of all kinds for little tots, for the bigger kiddies mechanical toys for is my first time to write to you. I 'his time. Beulah Sago, .mi nine years old go to school every . the boys who are to be our future great engineers, and the sweeteat, cutest Don't Forget His Little Sister day. Afy teacher is Miss Ressie dolls for the little mothers! Surely with such a wonderful collection of toys Downs Bring her something nice.' Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me And Bring me a battleship, a horn, a plain red train, a velocipede and a to select from, this is going to be the happiest, merriest Christinas of all. story book, candy, oranges and eery Christmas tree. Put a banana in my thing else that you have to bring, stocking. Bring my little sister, and father would like some dred Babbage a doll from Beard's, DRUMS High Miupe with metal BACKBOARD8 Easel and wall MECHANICAL AID FRICTIolH VELOCIPEDES AND TRICYCLES thing nice. Your little boy, James F. William Polk. Jr. 01.1 Map'e Ave TOYS Auto Fire Engines, Auto, shell, lithographed In colors with hoards; lithographed plate and , No lino offers like values for Cincinnati. Potts genuine slate Hook and Ladder, Aerial Ladder, 65c to $6.89 pictures of various branches of the same amount of money. They our military service army, navy juetuijuicui 'iruciore, .armeu AMr-- i. aio built with bicycle heads, Wants Dog That Will Bark. Wants Story Book. 1 Oft to tnmnlillcs ptr 45c to $3.50 CHAIRS AND ROCKERS 7V. and air leather seats, truss frames, reinFor Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy . Glen Dean, Kj , Dear Santa: I am forced rear axles and adjustable small 'children; well made and atfive years old. I will tell you what I a little girl seven years old. I have not of $4.95 to $19.00 LAUNDRY SETS Consisting handlebars tractively finished; white, red and HORSES Swinging and galloping, been going to school all time; I have want a train, a wagon a gun. and a nietul wash tub, wash board, horses, fully enameled, dappled " golden oak 75c to $5.25 been sick. I would like to have a doll, story book with lots of pictures in it. gray finish; fine saddle, uphol- clothe drjer, clothes wringer, REED DOLL BUGGIES The hood dog that will bark, stove, candy, or- AH kinds of nuts and candies I will clothes basket, clothes line and FOOTBALLS stered seat; leather trimmings'; ami body are made of Hat reed Regulation size; anges and bananas. You can bring go to bed early and shut my eyes pins ,....$1.69 to $3.00 hair inane and tall. $9.00 to $29.59 heavy pebble grain leather and hi a rich gruy finish, rubber-tireme some nuts and apples too. Also "K'lf Your little boy. Junius Mar- wheels and gear and frumes In artificial leather.... $2.39 to $5.00 Wn..liMPl....n V.. do not forget grandma and aunt Graceful bodies, IRON TOYS Pulnted Iron and $9.69 AUTOMOBILES black Bertha in Louisville beautifully finished, long wheel TINKER TOYS The Your little express and sand Wonder steel toys; coal,and sulky; trolley friend, Alta Vanduer Mother Says She's Good. bases nud rakish undersluug efwagons; horse Builder, Tinker Blox, Tilly TinkWAGONS, WHEELBARSTEEL i Dear Old Santa: I am a little girl fects; low seats uiako them easy cars, automobiles, etc. er, Flying Tinker, Tinker Dux, ROWS AND CARTS The bodies three years old. I have blue eyes and Have Been Good Girls. to work $9.89 to $19.50 Jumping' Tinker, Follow Me KITCHEN CABINETS are niude of heavy sheet steel Hardinsburg, Ky. Dear Santa light hair Mother says that I am a Hardwood Tinker, Tinker Plns..65o to $1.50 with turned edges. Thoy are MACHINE GUNS Operute with a Claus; We have been good little girls good little girl and for you tb bring brightly finished In baker red crank; shoot a wooden plug and me a big doll that will go to sleep, a furnished with dummy grocery this year and we want you to bring ' enamel ..... ,..45o to $5.00 reproduce the sound of a real CHINA TEA SETS Decorated In packages and kitchen utensil.. ' us something nice for Xmas. We set of dishes, a rocking chair and natural colors, border and spray machine gun; absolutely harmwant a dojl apiece that will go to plenty o' candy and oranges and don't $1.39 to TRAIN8 ON TRACK Me to $6.W decorations $5.00 less sleep, and a trunk, ring, little dresser -- a ...j "" Jiuuivj, ins name is engine und car, STOVES AND RANGES Cast-lreRaymond Dowell, bring him someand all kinds of good things toeat. eight pieces of curved track, AIR RIFLES Firing the ordinary COASTER WAfiONSTbe euy With -flniah . Please bring what we want ind thing nice. Now don't forget us. I am forming a circle of 82 Inches running kind, with ballbearings shot; single shot or 1,000 and lafeed with d your little girl. Ida Gibson Marshall, don't forget father and mother. Your urouna repeaters. ,$ZS0 to $4.M $2.00 $11.99 to S1M9 aa4 brake little girls, Elizabeth and Mary Alice Hardinsburg, Ky. !. to S4Jt Potts. From Little Blonde Girl. Hardinsburg. Ky. Dear Santa: I am Wants a Wagon. Mystic, Ky. Dec. 3. 1020. Dear a little girl three years old. I jiave Santa Claus: L am a little boy nine big brown eyes, brown hair and have years old. I go to school every day. dark complexion. I want you to bring I am in the third grade. I am goin to tell you what I want for Xmas. want a wagon, a toy horse, some Sorrv School it Cloainc Ttn,.ii.,.k..,wrwYt. Uno sm candy, oranges, nuts and lots of (rood a little girl nine years old." I have hig j'inRS to cat. Yqjir little boy, Byrd , blue eyes, Iwnt hair and have a light """on. .complexion. 1 go iu scuuui cvtijr Five I Wrfl now tell you what I want (or Dear From a I am Year Old.girl five Santa: a little Xmas. I want a big doll that will go tn steen. a doll bed and bunny, a years old I would like to have a doll, little trunk to keep my doll clothes in,, stove, a little dog, candy, apples and a pair of little chocolate shoes and oranges. Also do not 'orget papa and all kinds Of nice things to eat. uc mouicr, granuma anu auni ucrma sure and don't forget my teacher Your little girl, Rachel Vanducr, Miss Bessie Downs and bring her something nice. My school will soon Doll That Goes To Sleep. Mansfield, Ark. Dear Santa Clause: be out. It will be out Xmas eve. Will sure lie sorry. So don't forget anyone. Please bring me a big doll that goes to sleep, a doll buggy, some dishes Your little girl, Mabel Hawkins. and some fruit and candy. Also remember my little cousins, Virginia Has a Long Want List at Versailles, Ky. old Santa: I am a little girl and Anne Cleveland Helen Troy Bricc, Dear have been going Your little friend, nine years old and to school five months. Like my teach He Wants Typewriter er fine. Her name is Miss Bessie Hardinsburg, Ky. Dear Santa: I am Downs. So I have, been real good. I'll ., I ,.-,....II vnn in hrincr me.la "" c u?y c,cvc" years om anu i go r, i:T-- niinri i, i mirlto school every day and I am in the iii u. ,lf me a big doll that will go to sleep MISS GEORGIA ROBIIN8 a doll bed and all kinds of nice things. WEDS LOUISVILLE MAN to eat. Be sure and don't forget' my Mr. Walter Carwile. "(?. of Louis. father and mother, bring them some- -' thing nice. Your little girl, Virginia villc, and Miss Georgia Robtiins, 25, Hawkins. i of Sample, journeyed to Jcffersonvitle. j Ind , Dec. 4, and were, married. They accompanied by Mr and Mrs. i were Little Curly Headed Girl. Hardinsburg, Ky. Dear Santa. I am John Hickerson a little girl eight years old I have t Mrs. Carwile is the daughter of S. big blue eyes, brown curly hair and ; Robbins, an old resident o Sample, have a light complexion. I go to The groom formerly lived in Sample, school every day. My teacher's name but now is manager of Thompson's is MiSS Bessie Downs, be sure and vmiy umen ruuni in iuuisymc. air, don't forget her for I know she will a"d Mrs. Carwile will live in Louis-b- e exporting you. Dear Santat I want yil e, and w II spend the Christmas you to bring me a big doll that will holidays at the home of the bride. go to sleep, a doll bed and buggy, a' box of silk handkerchiefs, a boTo', MRS. PATSY GENTRY DIES OF PNEUMONIA. stationery and a box of nice chocolate! candy. I will close so you can' bring Patsv, Gentry, age 03 ycais. the rest of the little boys and girls' 1 at her home in Narrows, Ky., something. Be sure and don't forget the little boys and girls around YAAy Thr.ee wccks ag0' Mrs Gentr.y Flood's school house, for I know I 11 and broke her arm and pneumonia most sure they arc expecting some-- 1 developed since then. The funeral was thing nice. Your little curly headed hc,d Saturday by Rev. Jarboc and the Grove girl Helen Hawkins i interment was in the Pleasant P. S. Be sure and 'don't forget my church burying ground. autv,vcu ? l ,,cc cousin Koucrt Patterson in Alton,' "," UCIIJ Kans, for I know he is expecting you. daughters and three sons, and a bro- uicr, mi. oaiu varucu, ui nuaiii Can-nelto- -- tO-- y, M. !.. . ..- - xnii. thi vicin-vive- un-luc- T m m 1 We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons Our Greatest Sale of Trousers 5,000 Pairs at Pre-W- Prices! all-wo- one-ha- lf $4.00 and .$5. 00 TROUSERS $2.95 $6.00 and $6.50 TROUSERS $7.00 and $7.50 $3.95 TROUSERS $4.95 F tl-,- n $9.00 and $10.00 TROUSERS $6.95 $7,95 & 1 I-- 1 $11.00 and $12.00 tti i TROUSERS 1 1 TOYS! fl TOYS! TOYS! Mil-Moth- er a d A ...,... " ...... Cast-iro- n $4-1- 4 a nlckel-nlate- ri B-- B copper-finishe- 500-sh- " utcj ' FOURTH AND MARKET, LOUISVILLE, KY.