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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 22, VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, now 0)i the floors of Lexington warehouses awaiting the opening of the market here January 3, it was by tobacconists, who continued their efforts to keep iow grades off the market in an attenpt to keep the price for the better grades worth while. 1920 8 Pages No. '28 SMALLEST SALE OF SEASON MONDAY Only 83,575 Pounds Sold. Average $9; Top Price $38. Henderson Average $6.98. ' CHRISTMAS TRADING IS BRISK COUNTY HOME ay LOST BY FIRE FORMER MANAGER SCHOOL ACME BRICK PLANT IS DEAD. Mr. Henry Van Dyke, CLOSES FOR HOLIDAYS CHRISTMAS SONG SERVICE SUNDAY Regarding the tobacco sales over the loose leaf floors in Owcnsboro. on Messenger Monday, the says: "There were only 83,375 pounds of tobacco sold over the local loose leaf floors Monday, this being one of the smallest sales of the season. The was of good grade, however, and the average was $9. The quality houses was of tobacco at the west-en- d better than at the houses In the eastern part of the city. "Heavier deliveries arc expected today, as a good many farmers will probably bring tobacco to the market in order to act monev for Christmas. The market will close at the end of sales Wednesday and remain closed until next week. "The highest price paid for tobacco Monday was $38. There were several baskets which sold for over $30. The highest average for the day was $10.02 made at the Owcnsboro house on 38,680 pounds. The Birk house sold 10.595 pounds, for ah average of $8.73. Henderson Average $6.98. Henderson, Ky., Dec. 20. There was a sale of 137,155 pounds of tobacco over the Henderson loose leaf floors today, at an average of $0.98 per hundred pounds. The top price was $31. Expect Good Burley Prices. Lexington, Ky., Dec. 20. Nearly 2.000,000 pounds of Burley tobacco is Woodrow, Dec. 20, (Special) Mr. 817 South Thirteenth St.. Louisville. Christmas trading has been brisk fillmrtl urlln llVPfl Saturday noon. The iunoi.-.-l was held frc Pnn73 The Cloverport Public School will with the local merchants in the last ntwl on the farm of her father, Mr. S. A. at the residence Monday afternoon. Ser close Thursday at noon for the holifew days. Saturday there were many Davis, lost their home by fire on vices were condutced by Rev. J. D. days. The teachers and pupils will Evening in the Methodist country people in to do their Christ- wcunesaay, ueccmner in. Sigler, a former pastor of the Clover-po- rt have a respite of ten days from school Methodist church. Burial was in work and will resume their studies mas shopping, and in order to give' Mr. and Mrs. Milburn were at the1 Church. Program is An them the best of attention the mcrch-- , home of Mr. Davis when the fire was! Cave Hill cemetery on Monday, Jan. :t, according to the nounced. At the time of his death, Mr. Van announcement of Superintendent R. ants arc anxious for the town people discovered, and the house was entirely v Dyke was a manufacturer. It has been F. Peters. to shop early in the day. Monday was under flames so that it was impossible ... mm On Thursday afternoon promptly The Christmas season will fie ob- nnnttmr luifiv rlnir, lin tlii ...... nil to save any of the contents. It was several years since lie lived in Clover-por- t. ...W...S.. LTU.JJ UJ ... He was 59 years old, and is sur- at 2 o'clock, the public is invited to a $1,200 loss with no insurance. served in the Cloverport Methodist Tuesday kept many of the would-be- vived by his widow, Mrs. Irene Lee attend the closing Christmas exercises church Sunday evening at 7:15 o'- shoppers at home. Van Dyke, and a sister, Mrs. C. C. of the school, which will be held in In spite of the general complaint of ATTENDED DIRECTORS clock with a song service. The pro"hard times" there is evidence that the school building. Following is the gram will include these numbers: MEETING Fuller. program to be rendered: Hymn No. 11 "Hark the Herald An- some are still enjoying a bit of pros drug! Mr. perity At one of the leading gels Sing." Devotional Exercises, Rev. J. R. RanJones, former cashier of THREE BOWNE DAUGHTERS dolph. Prayer. HAVE TONSILIS REMOVED, stores wncrc incy nanuie a special un The Bank of Hardiuslmrg & Trust Song. Silent Night, School of jewclery, four diamond rings, Company, was in Hardinsburg, last Anthem The Song of the Angels. Misses Artclia, Betsy and Anna Recitation, Walter Hills. Hymn "O Little Town of Bethle- ranging from $32 up, have already week attending the directors meeting been sold with outstanding orders for of this bank. Mr. Jones, who is now Deacon Bownc, handsome daughters Song, Santa's Coming, Primary Dehem " partment Male quartette and solo The Message more Handsome gaskets filled with fncln'fir nf ll tntn Mnlinnnl Hlltlk nt of Mr. Edward Bowne, president of candy have, sold like "hot cakes," and Frankfort, Ky., complimented B F. Brcckinridge-Ban- k of Cloverport, and Christmas Acrostic, Nine Little Girls. of Christmas is Love. so on With the more practical gifts Beard, the new general manager of, Mrs. Bownc, were in Owcnsboro, Recitation, Jane Keil. Anthem Haly Night Divine. which the various stores are offering. Reading Scripture. had their tonsilis the uanK ot naruinsnurg, on ms man Tuesday where they hospital. Dr. Dan Recitation. Four Boys times agement of the bank. Message from the Pastor. Another reminder of nre-wRecitation, Three Hoys. removed at the city Mixed Quartette The Angel's Song. first ones since the war. The ale of, Griffith, Eye, Ear and Throat spec Recitation, James Randolph ialist, performed the operation suc- - Play, Primary Department. Hymn "O Come AH Ye Faithful". is the imported dolls. Ihesc are the CANDY SALE BRINGS $20 Male Quartet The Star Still Leads. dolls is always good and this yar they ccsstiilly. the little daughters, who Song, If You're Good, Primary Department. are selling as fast as they are brought Anthem Joy to the World. were accompanied by their father, The Clovernort Parent-TeacheBenediction. out on display. returned home Wednesday and arc Song, Jingle Bells. School. -' convelescing. Closing Remarks, Supt. R. F Peters. One of the biggest evidences that Association held a candy sale SaturI HUNTED AT VANZANT Christmas is at hand is found at thei day at L. McGavock's store and the proceeds amounted to a little over WEDDING WILL TAKE Mr. R. N. Hudson, president and local post-omc- e MISS GRIFFITH RESIGNS AS where the parcel-pos- t' general manager and Jas. S. Skillman, business increases with every mail. $20. The candy was delicious home-- j TEACHER IN HIGH SCHOOL PLACE CHRISTMAS EVE. Miss Maud Griffith, first assistant in attorney for the Louisville, Hender-o- n Altho Postmaster Lightfoot states made product and was sold by the ' girls of the Cloverport & St. Louis Railroad, were at that the amount of mail that goes Freshman Webster. Dec. :J0. (Special) Mr the Cloverport High School, has Vanzant, Friday on a hunting trip and through his office is about the same High ' School. The proceeds will be and Mrs. Ed Haynes, of Webster, an- tendered her resignation to the local used for improvement of the school. nounce were guests of J. W. Sarver. as usual. the engagement of their school board to become effective Jan. daughter, Miss Xola Haynes to Mr. l. i lie DoarU accepted her resignation Herbert Dutschke. The wedding will jand another teacher has been secured take place Friday, December :I4, in in mi ner piace. This is Miss Griffith's first year in the Ravmond church the Cloverport school. She will" return DEPUTY COUNTY CLERK to her home in Auburn. Kv.. Thurs- HAD ACUTE INDIGESTION. day when the school closes for the ar rs I I J I a Resident Here, Died in Louisville. Teachers And Pupils Will Enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Fonza Milburn, Merchants Local Have Ten Days Respite; Mr. Henry Hamilton Van Dyke, Who Live in Woodrow Good Holiday Sales; Parcel who for six years resided in Clover- Christmas Program For Suffer Big Loss. Post Business Good. port .while he was manager of the old Acme brick plant, died at his home Closing. at One Time Will You Have Enough Money For Christmas? 4mt iv - YOUR CHRISTMAS CHECK o I! Just imagine how hanoV some extra money will be next" Christmas. Our Christmas checks wilUrange from 5512.50 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: 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 the4 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 week's $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 weeks weeks REMAINS BROUGHT TO HARNED FOR BURIAL. Harncd, Deed :(. (Special) The remains of Mrs, Scl Butler, who died at her home in Camp Eustice, Va., were brought here Wednesday for burial. The funeral services were conNOTICE YOUR LABEL ducted at the Methodist church Thursday by Rev. Roe, of HardinsPlease look at your label on this burg, after which the body was laid paper. If it shows lU.'O your are be- to rest in the Scott cemetery. hind and should renew. Please let us Mrs. Butler was formerly a resident hae your check for renewal and you- of 'this place and had many friends 'll help make our Christmas happier here. and brighter. HANCOCK COUNTY FARMERS ENDORSE ACTIONS OF DAV-- 1 TWO COUPLES ARE LICENSED TO WED IN CANNEITON. IESS TOBACCO GROWERS. The tobacco growers of Hancock Two o' the Breckinridge county county held a meeting last Tuesday couples who obtained marriage licen- and passed resolutions endorsing the ses in Caiinclton last week were Rob- actions of the Daviess county farmers ert Frank, quarry man, to Miss Viola m meir enoris 10 pool uieir tooacco Brown, both of Mystic; Milt Waldrip and assured their neighbors of the of Mystic and Miss Ersa Parson, of adjoining county that stood by their Sample. side in the fight They also adopted resolutions requesting all farmers living in Hancock BURIED IN ST. ROSE CEMETERY county to hold their tobacco off the loose leaf floors for ten days in order The remains of Mrs. Mary Brown, to give the farmers in Davies county wife of Thos. Brown, who died at her a better opportunity to pledge their home in Free. Ky , Wednesday, Dec. tobacco. 1.1. were interred in the St. Rose ciuetery Friday morning. Rev. Father Home Coming of H. C. Pate 'J. S. Henry held the funeral service. Family For The Holidays. 'Mrs Brown was fi." years old and is Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pate will have survived by her husband and tour with them for the holidays their three children. daughters, and grandchildren including Mr. and Mrs. MilWED IN JEFFERSONVILLE Miss Daisy May Tucker and Wade ton Meyers, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Glasscock, both of Breckinridge G. R. McCoy and daughter, Lou county, were married in Jefferson-ville- , Watson, of Smiths Grove, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Roff and sons, MarWednesday, December lu. ion Clay and Claude Meyers, of Attractive tcalanders for VJ21 have Owensboro; And their son, Mr Ruther been received at The Brcckenridge Pate, Mrs. Pate and sous, John and News office 'from The Hardinsburg Frances, of this city. The only absent Bank & Trust Co., and the Farmers children will be Mr. and Mrs Raymond Pat; and daughter, of New Bank & Trust Co., both of I Hall, of Hardinsburg, deputy County Clerk, was taken ill last Saturday with an attack of acute i indigestion. In the course of the attack. Mr. Hall had three chills, the regular old fashioned "shakes " He was able to be at his office Monday. j Mr. Herbert I holidays. j I i I . I , i s, Mexico. "v, ft .r ' "( THOUSANDS HAVE RECEIVED OUR CHECKS THIS 'YEAR FOR MONEY THEY HAVE SAVED. WHY NOT TAKE ADVANpVGE 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. BANK BY MAIL. 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 keen important 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. L DEPOSITS C SAVINGS !& "THE HOME FOR SAVINGS 99 Building owner by Bank LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Fourth and Market Streets MEMIER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. Louisville, Kentucky COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY FOUR PER CENT INTEREST Hardinsburg andJrust "Bank of ON REGULAR SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AND TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT l, rqgTwiff..f:mw. t r---nm- t i i .- v - . , f f -. , PACK TWO THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTXJCKY GeorgeRev. Byron Dejarnett, town, arrived Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. DtCCMlBlllt, II IRVINGTON Mrs. A B. Suter, Worthville, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGtothlau, Chattanooga, Tenn., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan. Miss Meda Ditto lias accepted a nn m Qne-Elev- in" en position at Haynes Trent's store. Miss Rcna Roberts returned home from Elizabethtown, Thursday. Mrs. Ada Fdote, Louisville, visited relatives here last week. John Heston, Fayctteville, Ark., is visiting Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Minter. Mrs. Lon Cowley entertained at 500 on Wednesday .afternoon. Two tables played. Miss Myrtle Lyddan, Webster, visited her grandmother, Mrs. Nancyc Henry, last week. Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Piggott, Jr.. and daughter, Dorothy Claire, of Vinccnncs, Ind., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott. Mrs. Forrest Beauchamp and children, of Chicago, 111., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Krebs. Miss Ruth Marshall's recital at the V R Dodson motored to Stephens-por- t. Mrs Roscoc Avitt and Saturday on business, Odie Noble was in Irvingtott, last children, were the Sunday gucsU of Mr. and Mrs. B. R Noble.. week Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pollock spent Mn Julius Dutschkc, of Webster, last Sunday with Miss Amy Kroush was the guest of her daughter, Mrs Will Avitt, last week. and mother, of Union Star Mr. and Mrs Wllf Avitt and baby I Several front here took hogs and have moved into their new home. Wc cattle to Lodiburg last Saturday and W. E. Shehnan Is convalescent welcome Mr. and Mrs, Avitt in put loaded a car, from at attack of appendicitis. j community. Marshall Phllpott' has returned Mrs. Victoria Severs left Saturday Mr Brown, the schdol truant officer home after spending several days in for Ohio, to visit her son, Dugan was in this vicinity last week in be- the St. Joseph hospital and isn't s Severs, and Mrs. Severs half of the pupils and was the dinner well at this writing. We are glad to see litle O B. guest of S. J Brashcar and family. Severs out after an attack of pneuJunius Miller Frvmire. who has GLEN DEAN monia. been attending school at Russelville L. S. Brashcar spent the week-en- d came home to remain until 'Mrs. Walker Brown and family, of Louisville, will spend the holidays after the holidays. with Roy H. Bassctt, of Lodiburg Miss Ida Wheeler returned home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. PB. W. W. Barger and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rob- Sunday after spending two weeks with Hoskins. Mr. and Mrs. Paris Barr Mr. Joe Howard, of Alaska, is visitertson. R. Brttucr will leave in a few days ing relatives and friends here this Mrs. Will Robertson, of Ohio, spent cveral days recently with rela- for Louisville, to make his future week. home with his son, Owen C. Bruner, tives and friends here S. T. Smith and W. J. Hoben are Mr. and Mrs. Gearge Skcto, of and Mrs Bruner. moving into the hotel here. with Lodiburg, spent the week-en- d E. H Shcllinan and son recently Many are coming here from other their son, Vertis Sketo, and Mrs. lost n Tine mule FRYMfRE Sketo. Mr. and points, Christmas shopping. John B. Hoskins was in home from short time recently. He will not move his work on train on the main line, to Irvington until Spring. Mrs. Sudie Mercer is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Lucy Hunter. Fifth Avenue NewYork Dll 4g g . IfJ IN I I zOciarettes15 is the II . Miss Ada Ruth Gregory, Lexington, ly. Mr. John Musclman, who has been guest of her parents, Mr. and ill for quite awhile, was taken to Mrs Thomas Gregory. Louisville, Friday for treatment. jew-eleRemember the little folks love Dana Lyddan. Elkton, is spending same as the grown ups. T C. the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Lewis, Jeweler. HARDINSBURG Park Place. Dr D. S. Sphire has returned from Lvddan. Ashcraft's store was broken ! S. A Pate. Edenwold. Tenn.. lias A. D. returned home after a visit with hi a short visit with relatives in Louis into on Saturday night, Dec. 11th. ville Several dollars worth of meat was father. II H. Pate Wm. Beauchamp was the k stolen. Miss Nancye Kincheloe. who lias Beau-chamMisses Virginia Head. Georgetown, been the guest of her brother. Dr. A. guest of his 'ather, Crawford Webster. Lottie Helen Board Russellville. L. Kincheloe, and Mrs Kincheloe. in V. J Piggott and John N. Akers, Trent, Wilmore, are home for the j Stanley, has returned home. Irvington, spent Thursday here Christmas holidays. At the last moment think of jewelry, Murray Beard, a student of the K. Messrs. J. B. Hottell. C. C. Carter. T C. i M. I. came Wednesday to spend person appropriate for any the Ode Whoberry. Harold Parks, Dr. Lewis. Jeweler holidavs with his mother, Mrs. Sallie W. B. Taylor attended Royal Arch Andrew Elder, Lakeland, after a M Beard banquet at Hardinfburg, Thursday week's visit with Mr and Mrs. Win A sterling silver spoon is always ac- evening Beauchamp returned home Monday. ceptable T. C. Lewis, Jeweler. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bunger and Mary Shceran has returned Mi Mrs Geo E, Bess and children. left Adiain Bunger, Brandenburg, visited from several days stay in Louisville Saturday for Louisville, to visit her Mr. and Mrs. Lon Cowley, last week. Willis Green, Kails of Rough was mother. Mrs. Betty Pttrnell. The following Irvingtoniaus were j here Wednesday Joe Hart, the County Agent, has re in Louisville, last week: Mesdamcs. Mr and Mrs Edd Erdman, Louis- turned from Lexington. i W. B. Taylor. A. T. Adkins. N. B. ville, is visiting Mr Erdman's pdr-- . Atty D. C. Walls has recuperated Netherton. A. T. Drane, David Crews ' after a X Fate. ent, Mr. and Mrs W short illness J. B. Hottell, Misses Nell Smith. MarThomas Cannon, M (.Daniels, was Ralph Beard, of the K. M. I. ur- - garet Bandy, Nelle Adkins and Elizm Cannon, rived Fridav to visit his parents, Mr. the guest of his uncle. abeth Cain and Mrs. Cannon, Frida and Mrs. M D Beard. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter and Mr and Mrs. .L. B. Reeves returned daughter, will spend Christmas with i Specializing In Trial Practice Fridaj from Omaha, Nebraska. relatives at Evansville. ' Mr and Mrs Lon Glasscock and! Mesdames Floyd Whitehouse and MURRAY HAYES family, McDaniels, have moved to George Miller. Louisville, spent last LAWYER their propertv on South West Main Saturday with Mr and Mrs. J. D. Building St. Ashcraft. Mr and Mrs. Lindsav McGarv were LOUISVILLE Miss Mary Alexander. Louisville. Mr. McGarv's parents. spent Monday with her parents, Mr., More Than .'u Years Experience the guests of A Wroe, of ' Mr. and Mrs McQuady. and Mrs. E. F. Alexander. Sunday Hilbert Legrand, Fordsville, spent Give "Her" a gold or silver thimble. Sunday with Edward Morrison. T C Lewis. Jeweler. Misses Evelyn and Pauline WagMiss E.ie Lewis, Louisville, arrived goner, will leave Thursday for East. Wednesday to spend the holidays St Louis, to spend two weeks with I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macy. ! Lewis Mr and Mrs. W NT Pate have inov- -' S. Dept. of Agriculture ed to their property on the corner of Read What U. Says About What 2 Rats Can Do. Third and Elm streets. Miss Oiua Yates, Louisville, is visAccording to government figures, Co. iting her aunt, Mrs. Austin Amies, two rats breeding continually for and Mr. Amies Incorporated produce 359,709,48a indiJohn Walker and Mr. Higgins three years Act when you PERFECT. FITTING rats, students of Columbia College, Colum- vidualrat, don't wait. RAT-SNA- P see the is SPECTACLES AND bia, Tenn., caine Sunday to visit Mr. first the surest, cleanest, most convenient Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L exterminator. No mixing with other EYE GLASSES Walker foods. Drys up after killing leaves no Eye Dele-warKryptoka Artificial Miss Georgia McCubbms, won't touch it. Bifocal Lens InrwibU O.. is visiting her parents, Mr. smell. Cats or dogsby Sold and guaranteed Conrad Payne and Mrs Godfrey Haswell Smithwett Corner 4th and B. F. Beard & & Co., Cloverport, Give "Him" LOUISVILLE. KY. cuff links, watch Co., Hardinsburg. and Advertisement. charm, or a stick pin. T. C. Lewis, school auditorium this evening at 8 o'clock. Everybody cordially invited. Miss Mary Heron has been called home from Lexington, on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. Lucy Heron. Mrs. Douglas Mills and baby, of Louisville, visited her grandmother. Mrs Sarah Henry, last week. They left Tuesday evening for New Or- leans, to join Mr. Mills. C. E. Procter, of the Kentucky Creameries, of. Louisville, was in town, Wednesday in interest of the Station here, and was the dinner gust of J. M. Hcrndon and mother, Mrs. Annie Herndon. Tuesday. Dec. Ullrd, at 7:45 the High School and grades will give an hours entertainment consisting of a play, ' songs and a drill. A small admission will bq charged for the purpose of buying books for the school. Come out. Misses Mazic Lee and Alice Hoard, who arc attending school at St. Joseph's, have arrived to spend the Christmas holidays with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Tom Matting- , I I -- . Experienced, Baby-wis- e c!eEEBBBBBPESBaBVPBk Women To Wait On You. I i And On Every Hand Suggestions ' 1 I pb BPB COME That Will Contribute To Baby's . Health And Comfort "A ' ' v3 A jJH i In the County ry VISIT 1 mid-wee- p, BABYLAND w I I admirer of a lovely baby and all friends of EVKRY will enjoy visiting our new scores of pretty things especially made for their comfort are shown. Warm bootees, woolly blankets to protect baby snug and cozy from winter's chill, soft, well -- fitting undergarmenis, sleepers and several other articles of apparel. are shown in qualities that any mother would delight to, possess. For the convenience of new mothers we are prepared to suggest a complete wardrobe list to cover baby's needs most modestly priced. department-Baby-land-where ! m 1G06-7-- 8 n I I MERRY CHRISTMAS ed . ' ( ?o : Again this Store extends to you the good, greeting. ' It is a very short message but we will feel satisfied if it conveys even ' a small part of the great good will we hold toward our patrons. for you an abundance of good cheer and all of the other things Christmas Mauds for. With this greeting goes an earnest desire that this holiday may mean I Southern Optical A i e. Jeweler. MYSTIC For man Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beauchamp and baby, Josephine, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jolly, of Union Star. Merton Cart entertained his pupils and friends to a play party, Friday night at the school house. Miss Myrtle Beauchamp was in Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Lewis were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Waite, of New- If You Are Looking Good Used Cars You Will Be Satisfying Mail Order Service n. 1 These We Offer For Sale The Values Will Be Readily Appreciated If You Take Time To Investigate Them In Interested J For Out-of- HERCULES 5 PASSENGER Touring 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER ALLEN 5 PASSENGER FORD ' 5 PASSENGER DODGE t ONE FORD TRUCK 1 FORDSON TRACTOR, with plows and disc ONE DELKER BUGGY, brand new, less than cost. 1916 1918 1919 1918 1918 1919 CASINGS, $15.00 AND IF YOU UP-INNE- R TUBES, $2.00 AND UP WANT A BARGAIN COME TO SEE US LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY LEWISPORT, KY Stephcnsport, Saturday shopping. Several from here attended the sale at J. Stiles, Friday. Mrs. W. L. Robertson left Saturday for her home in Bowerstown, O., She shopped over in .Louisville for a day's visit to Mrs. H. J. Roberts and Mr. Roberts. Miss Ressye Knott and Virgil Payne were Sunday guests of Miss Hester Cook. Mrs. J. D. Stiff is on the sick list. t, Mrs E R. Robbins was in Friday shopping. Miss (jola Bane is the guest of her parents. Mrs. II. E. Canary was in Lodiburg Friday shopping. Miss Ruby and Cecil Gedling, Edyth and Violet Brown were Sunday guests of Miss Mary Jo Burton. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Roberts and daughters, were week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Burton. Merton Cart was in Cloverport, Saturday. There will be a Christmas tree at the home of Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McAfee will entertain their friends to a pound party Steph-enspor- - Town Customers Menu Mjt.5 ;s cinti ,. Tliwa charming models outline the Mode p ' xpressed in the Straight-Lin- e Frock, the Laced uivjlce, the LongTWaisted Blouie, the Open Tunic, and tho Draped Skirt. Mid-Winter it.t. j, , Mc.m, Other New Phates of the Mode will be found In PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS FOR JANUARY NOW ON SALE S. W. ANDERSON COMPANY OWENSBORO, "t INCeBPMAlIB KENTUCKY Rob-bin- s, WHERE COURTESY REIGNS" Dec. 38. 1 . r t DECEMBER 22, 1120 FALLS OF ROUGH g, v"T i i , . THE BRECKKNRIDGK NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY their pircnts, Mr wet ; Hardin Golf and children, i Urancn, spent Satnnhy and Sunday with her daughter Mr ami Airs, ucckiiam fentrcss There will he a Christinas tree here Christmas eve given by the Sunda, school 1 here will he an entertainment i,t Lone Star school Dec. ;il, Given by Mr. Horatio Shain and his pupils. John Fisher fs in kouivilic, the Kuest of his wife, who has been in the hospital for several weeks This is my last Ictter.of the year of 1020. In many homes there will be a a vacant chair, while to others it has been a year of prosperity and happi-- j Mta.i i wian int many i itinera .t iiicrry Xpias and a happy New Year. Lora Springatc, Milwood, visited PAGE THREE Sample, KyDear Santa Claus: I am a little boy seven years old and go to school and have learned to read so bring me a story book air gun and shot for my gun, a package of shooting crackers and lots o? good things of all kinds to cat Now Santa don't forget my grandpa and grandma Frank at McQuady I will go to bed early and won't peep Your little boy, Herman Frank. Mr. and Mrs. McKinlcy Allen and Mrs Mrs. Lank Fentress were- - in Hardins-bur- Horse and Mrs R C. Heauclinnip. t is . done. Dwight Tubb, who has been work- mgin Iowa, is at home to spend the iiunurivs wiwi ins parcms, Air. and Mrs. j. N. Tubb. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Simmons, of Owensboro, spent the week-enhere Mr. and Mrs. John Bcauchamp, of d Friday, having dental work , Train on Track and Auto. Cloverport, Ky Dear Santa Claus: .1 am a little boy seven years old. I want you to bring me a nice little wagon, a train and track and please don't 'orgct my little brother. Harold j He wants an engine and a automobile and sand mill, also bring us plenty of fruits, candy and nuts and anything nice you have I will go to bed early and will not peep. Your little boy, James Owen Burden. I i Likes to Read DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of , Breckinridge County I I HARNED Oldham. J. THE HOWARD FARMS moniaM is Butler, Jr., who has pneu-rapidly recovering. J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Horsley have Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, moved to the Milt Tate property. on of Rev. C. Lr Bruingtou filled his reg-- . l Sultan, heads the herd Duroc Hoes, Sprague Defender heads thr ular appointment at Ephcsus. Satur- -' nerd. day night and Sunday Breeders of 2nd. priie Polled Shorthorn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wcathcrford. Heifer (Senior yearling class) Homer Alexander and Chas. Butler! Chicago, 1010. ' in Louisville, last She Learning Fast. Glen Dean, Ky. were J. R. Martin is week Rev. conducting a! Irvington. Is Ky. Dear old Santa: I series o' meetings at Locust Hill am a Iitle girl .seven years old and go to school every day. Am in the second . .. I .. . ..I. Valley Home i Ki.tuc. .iy icacncr says t am learning fast. I have been a (rood litlc uirl and W. J. OWEN ft SONS, Propletora help my mama all I can You are Mich Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 a good old Santa to come every year. I will tell you what I want. Now Poland China Hogs a Specialty please bring me a big real baby doll Polled Durham Cattle and doll bed. nice story book, little, 1 White-halI I Inter-Nation- Rev C. L. Hruington and daughter, Evelyn, have returned from Reynold's Station, where Rev. Bruingtou has Olen Dean, Ky. been assisting in a revival. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Mr and Mrs. Oscar Payne are reHogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp ceiving congratulations upon the arrival of a boy. hire Sheep. Mrs. Ezra Tucker and daughter, of Hare woo 1000 Rlbbont at State Fait l Mook, have moved to the property Pait Fire Yean recently purchased from Rev W. R. Planters Hall Stock Farm Lives on the Hill Cloverport, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a litlc girl eight years old and go to school. I am a good little girl. My name is Christine Bledsoe. I want for Christmas a doll, candy, nuts and oranges, apples and a doll buggy if you can bring it I have a little sister named Annie May and a baby brother named Curtis and please don't forget them. We live on a bill. Will I will close for this time. Wants Big Pool Table. McDaniels, Ky. Dear St. Nicholas: I am one of your little boys and want you to bring me a boy's pool table. rook, garden tools, stfcam engine and lots of carpenters tools. Also bring me some nice candies and 'ruits. Think of mother and father and little sisters, Mollie Belle, Bonnie Willis and Ruby Guy. Will expect you. Wishing all a happy Xmas. Your little hoy, John Henry Hart. Automatic Pistol For Him. Addison. Ky. Dear old Santa: As Xmas is almost here again I'll wright and tell you what I 'would love for you to bring me. I go to school every day and like my teacher fine so I'll tell you what I want you to bring me for Xmas. Please bring me an automatic pistol, .wagon, pair of gloves all kinds of fruits and candies, fire works of all kinds. 'I would like a little toy air plain too. Don't for net my two brothers, Alnozo and Walter as they wont write this time. Alonzoi say he thinks you will come any way Please bring my little baby brother lots of toys, his name is Roy Reed. Hope you don't forget any of us this time Alonzo says tell you like for you to bring him a violin. I'll be a good boy and go to bed early and will expect to see your raindeer tracks Xmas morning. Your little boy Walter Owen Black. Wants Chocolate Shoes. Sample, Ky. Dear old Santa: I am a little girl five years old have dark hair and eyes. Mother says I am a good little girl so bring me a big curly headed doll, work box, story book and a pair of pretty chocolate shoes, lots of good tilings to cat and Santa of you have a doll bed and cart to spare send it to me Santa don't forget my grandma Brumfield She lives with me so don't forget her and little Lula Belle at Stephens-por- t. I will go to bed early and will not peep. Your little girl, Hazel Jolly Frank. j I I Letters to Santa Claus From His Little Folks Over the County .1 A . Little Black Haired Fellow Hardinsburg. Ky Dear old Santa: I am a little black haired boy of eight years. Please bring me a set of tinker toys a coaster and some new records for our grafonola and don't forget Norman and Mary T. Cravens, she is sick in bed and all my cousins Your little .boy, Morris Lee Franks Don't Forget She Has Moved. Kirk, Ky Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl eight years old. I want you to please bring me some candy, oranges, apples, nuts and all the good stuff you have to eat I want you to he sure and bring me a big cupic doll. Do not forget we are going to move to Khodcha, next week. I am your little girl Victoria Higdon. Wants Cupie Doll Kirk, Ky Dear Santa: I am a little girl eleven years old. I go to school evervr day I want you to brin ; mea cupic doll, candy, oranges, nuts, apple; pud a lots of good stuff cat. Do i.ot forget my daddy and mo'her, sister1, and brothers I will 40 to bed culy and will not peep Your little girl. Georgia B. Higdon 3 11 vl Stock Farm I Women nice doll, red cap and some nice candy, oranges and other fruits. Be &uc to bring papa and mama and each of my brothers and sisters some- !! ,. mtc nine """ ..?.... i' uuv i!.a, gin, Agues Ball man. She Wants a Blue Cap Dear Santa Claus: I want you to plcsae bring me a blue cap, a nice doll. , BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg. Ky. Dealers in wan.iinib. oranges ana pease Htwi.iIS5fV.?.c.?iI,,y; "u.tal,., "ring Boniface a nice rattle. Your Bright eyes, a clear skit and a body-ful- l m.. uu incise ".on i little girl. Regina Rose Ballman nlllus u, ,,uii3. of youth and health may be forget my mama and papa and sister : yours if you will keep your system Lane isramlett and my little cousin. Likes To Go To School Mary Hellen Guill, as 'she hasn't Seen in order by regularly taking I Made Young COLD MEDAL &Y1 n LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO j 'omcthing - C. V. High-Cla- ss Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealer in Robertson AgvsiwK ctoRftl'J-im4i- -- . E RB l You must bring her nice. .Now old Santa I guefs you think I am asking for a lot, but I want you to please remember i my uncles and aunts' and litlc cousins. id Humbolt. 111. N6v old Santa don't forget us all. Your little girlie. Vertic .Nell Heard a Xmas yet Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. It will pay you to visit my Stable? ANNOUNCEMENT in L7' The world's standard remedy for kidney. liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, the j So Santa Won't Burn Up. enemies of Ufa and looks. In use since Uear banta: As Christmas is get1G96. All druggists, three sizes. ting near I thought I would write to ry box you. I want you to bring me a doll, for tho nsaio Cn!J Mcdnlon ftrcl ner)t no imitation toilet set. apples, orange,, nuts, candy and many other things I am a little girl nine years old 1 have black hair and black eyes, will be a good little girl and put out the fire so you can come down the chimney. I live at Locust Hill Be sure and don't forget me Your litle girl, Blanche Irene Christmas present Santa please don't forget anybody. You must remember dear uncle George Allen and cousin Warder. They live in Savoy. 111. I will go to bed early and shut mv eves tight and wont look Your little" black-eye- Dear Santa Claus: As it is about time for you to conic again, I will write and tell you what I would like foe you to bring me. Bring a popgun, little autotilobile and a new third reader I dearly live to go to school. My teacher's name is Miss Bessie Downs. I like her fine. I am learning fast ou must bring me lots of good things to cat. Bring my teacher a nice Continued On Page 4 r finishing Ton d boy, H. C. Allen. Sample. Ky. Dyer. 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,goiiig 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. Wants Sewing Machine Dear Santa: I am a little girl nine years old and in the fourth grade. I want a little toy phonograph, a sewing machine and all kinds of candies, nuts, fruits I will be good and go to bed early Malora Harington. Wants Sled Like His Brother Cloverport. Ky. Dear Santa Claus: As Christmas is almost here I'll write and tell you what I want. Please bring me a train on a track, sled and a blue eyed boy My name is Charlie Allen. Tonight I will write and tell you what 1 would like to have a little pistol and some cays and some fire crackers, knife, and all kinds of good things to eat. Now dear Santa please don't forget me for 1 am a good little hoy I go to school every day. I am in the second reader. My teacher's name is Miss Bessie Downs and I like her fine. Please bring her something nice to. Santa don't forget grandma Allen, she lives at Holt, Ky. Your little boy, Charlie Allen. Sample Wants a Little Pistol Dear old Santa Claus: I am a little A Merry ' Christmas and a Happy Nezv Year E. A. HARDESTY, Stephensport, Ky. Has Most Head Marks in Class Sample. Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy eicht vears old and this is my first letter to you. I go to school every day and have the most headmarks in my class. I would like for you to bring me a drum, automatic, pistol, also caps and lots of Harrington. good things to eat and don't forget' my little friends, be sure and bring She's Little Brown Eyes Locust Hill, Kyf Dear Santa: When them nice things too. Your little boy, arc you coming around? I want you Lee Walls. Jr. to bring me a doll, litle lamp, set of toy dishes, oranges, nuts, apples, candy and matiy other things. I have light hair. I will close Your little brown eyed girl. Ruby K. Dyer. littlei iny wagon. 1 want my sled like Alexander's. Be sure to bring lots of candy.nuts and fruits for me to cat. I'll be at my country home. Our tree will be ready when you come. I'll go to bed early. Your litle friend, Gross mjC.4 jz r B. F. BEARD & CO. HARDINSBURG, KY V BARGAINS 52 IN FARM LANDS FOR SALE four-room No. 1. acres, adjoining city limits of Cloverport, mostly. all second bottom land with some first bottom. Has a good house with hall, good stock barn, and other outbuildings. Price $4,000, cash, balance in two annual payments. one-ha- lf Likes To Play With Dolls Locust Hill. Ky Dear Santa: I thought I would write to you to tell yop' what I want for Xmas. I want a rocking chair. I like to play with dolls and want candy, oranges, nuts, apples and many other things. I am a little girl four years old. I have hue eyes and light hair. Your little girl, Gladys Dyer. Gift Suggestions From a Selection of "Gifts that Last' Watches Watch Chains Wrist Watches Tie Clasps Lavelliers Silver Melt Buckles Cravat Pins Gold Cuff Links Gold Bar Bins Vanity Cases Watch Charms Gold Bracelets Pocket Knives ' Cameo Brooches Gold Necklaces Gpld Thimbles Baby Rings Fountain Pens , 80 acres, 3, 2 miles from Tell City, Ind. The farm will No. 2. have rock road built thru it next summer. Has 30 acres good creek bottom land, and the ridge land is good wheat land. There is a coal bank now running on one corner of the farm. There is a- good farm house, stock barn 40x80 and other outbuildings. There is plenty of mile of the farm. On account of water. A schooMiouse is within bad health of the owner he. is trying to sell. Price $2,000, cash, balance to suit purchaser. 1- -4 Remember These Dear "Little" Girls. Dear bid Santa: Please don't forget all the girls at the Golden Rule Store, also Miss Nannie and Al. We have been extra good this year. Your little girls, Louise and Emily. , P. S. Also please remember our little friend across the street, Addie McGavock. E. and L. A Little. Red Wagon Tarfork, Ky, Dear old Santa: I am a litle boy thirteen months old and want you to please bring me a little red wagon as. I am too small to play woth a large one, Bring me candy, oranges and every thing that would be good for a little boy to have. And remember all the little boys' and girls. Your little boy, Charles A. Mattingly. Diamond Rings one-ha- lf acres, 2 2 miles from Tobins Landing which is just across the river from Cloverport, Ky. Has about 00 acres good strong rolling land, the balance is rather rough; all is under fence with lots of good cross fencing; has about $1,000 worth of merchantable timber on the farm; has good apple orchard and other fruit trees. Improvetwo story house, with hall both ments consist of a good seven-rooup and down stairs, and' cellar underneath. The house is furnished with a splendid lighting pla"nt which gives ample light. There is1 also a good stock barn, com crib, cellar with cellar house over it, and another old house which would make a good tenant house if repaired, The place has four cisterns, one well which, has a windmill over it The following goes with the farm at the price: Two good five year old mares in foal, 45 head of sheep, one cow and calf, 7 head ofhogs, 10 acres of corn, 2 acres of tobacco, several tons of hay, and all farming tools, including a good wagon and enough wood to run all winter. The price for the entire stock and farm is only $5,500, with cash and balance in four annual payments, This place is a rare barNo. 3. 135 HI m $ V.J m one-ha- lf gain. , For further information inquire of , J. D. SEATON, REAL ESTATE DEALER Cloverpert, Ky. From a Precoscious Youngster Hawesville, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little black eyed girl, nineteen months old. I can say almost anything, can turn summer sets, mock the cow, dog, cat sheep and chickens and most of all am so mischivous I like to get in to tilings and keep things tore up for the folks to straighten. My mama and papa say I am certainly o good girl when I am asleep But I want you to be sure and come to see me dear Santa. I want a plush dog, a doll that won't brake, money bank, a. teddy bear, in fact everything nice for a little girl my age. I will sure go to bed early and won't peep. Your little girl, Ada Mae Douthitt Wants a Red Cap Dear S,anta Claus:- Please come to see me Christmas and bring me a - Knives and Forks, Spoons, Cold Meat Forks, Pie Knives, Odd, Spoons. and numerous Silver Pieces in Toilet Articles. T. C. LEWIS, Jeweler HARDINSBURG. KENTUCKY I tf JM gy.' jv- - fyT W WT-rTWmw npWf agefour JtC n Va At "i " $ THE MC&KikRIDGE NEWS, CLO iVBltfroiff. KkNTucrr d. KCEMlEir n, tm The BrecRenridge News JNO. D. BABBAQB, Editor and PuWlther r BIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1676 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1920 SUBSCRIPTION RATES year; 11.00 (or 6 monthi; 60c (or 3 months. Business Locals 10c Subscription price $2.00 per line and be (or each additional insertion. Card o( Thanks, over 0 lines, charged (or at tfct rate o( 10c per line. Obituaries charged (or at the rate of Re per line, monejr in MTtnce. Examine the label on your paper. K is It not correct, please notify us. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDQE friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. NEWS hand It to WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920 IS THERE A SANTA CLAUS? YES, VIRGINIA, THERE IS. The following cditiroal was written by the late Francis Church and published the first time in the New York Sun, Sept. 21, 1807. And since then it has been reproduced in the same paper besides weekly newspapers and magazines all over the country. Thus it bears the distinction of having had more publicity than any other editorial ever known to have been written. Once before "Is There a Santa Claus?" appeared in The Brcckcnridgc News and because of the beautiful sentiment and the happy teachings pro- trayed by tins talented writer, we believe our readers will enjoy it again at this Christmas season From THE SUN of September 21, 1897. We take pleasure in answering at once and thus prominently the communication below, expressing at the same time our great gratification that its faithful author is numbered among the friends of '! he Sun. Dear Editor: I am 8 years old Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says "If you sec it in The Sun it's so." Please tell me the truth; is there a Santa Claus? 115 West Ninety-fift- h Virginia O'Hanlon. street. Virginia, your little friends arc wrong They have been affected by the scepticism of a sceptical age. They do not believe except, they sec They think that nothing can be which is not comprehensible by their little minds. All minds. Virginia, whether they be mens or children's, are little. In this great universe of ours man is a mere insect, an ant, in his intellect as compared with the boundless world about him, as measured by the intelligence capable of prasping th whole of truth and knowledge Yes. Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exists, and you know that they abound and give to your life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how dreary would be the' world if there were no Santa Claus It would be as dreary as if there were no Virginias. There would be no childlike faith then, no poetry, no romance to make tolerable this existence. We should have no enjoyment, except in sense and sight. The eternal light with which childhood fills the world would be extinguished. Not believe in Santa Claus! You might as well not believe in fariesl Yoli might get your papa to hire men to watch in all the chimneys on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Claus, but even if they did not see Santa Claus coming down, what would that prove? Nobody sees Santa Claus, but that is no sign that there is no Santa Claus The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see. Did von ever see faries dancing on the lawn? Of course, not. but that's no proof that they are not there. Nobody can conceive or infaginc all the wonders there arc unseen and unseeable in the world. a You may tear apart the baby's rattle and ec what makes the noise inside, but there is a veil covering the unseen world which not the strongest man, nor even the united strength of all the strongest men that ever lived, could tear apart. Only faith, fancy, poetry, love, romance, can push aside that curtain and view and picture the supernal beauty and glory beyond. Is it all real? Ah, Virginia, in all this world there is nothing else real and abid1 Christmas message, and there will gun. We will go to bed early and be sound. G. W. Shrewsberry. also be specml Chrjitmas music at good boys. Don t torgct to come, i Brine Her am your little boy, Franklin Brum-fielLocket this service. ' Hardinsburg, Ky. Dear old Santa: I will write and tell you what I want ""The Baptist anil Presbyterian for Xmas. I would like to have a lock- Remembers Whole Family will give a special Christchurches Dear Santa: I am a little girl nine ct, pretty doll, candy, oranges and all mas collection for the starving Euronice things to don't for- having the years old and I go to school, I am get my little cat and please He wants pean children in place of brother Paul in the second grade and am very good usual Chritmas treat for members of nice things too I am a little girl as has been the for I want you to come and bring me some years the Sunday-schooold and please don t tor some real good books to read a'tcr tour usual custom. , school hours. Dear Santa I have lots get mama and papa. So be sure and come. I will go to bed cary. So good will of cousins, remember them all with bye. Stella Brickcy. The Methodist Sunday-schonice things. I have one brother, he is have a Christmas social on Thursday Bring him a real room three years old. just crazy for one. evening in the Sunday-schois Wants Climbing Monkey. of the church. A Christmas program pudle dog. He I Hardinsburg, Ky 'Dear old Please remember daddic and mother. of music will be given, and there will Visit my dear grandie Day and bring am a little bov seven vearsSanta: I old. Misses Selma Sippcl and be a tree. all kinds of goodies and thought I would write vou her Rosa Driskcll arc in charge of the dear lots of Santa please don't forget what I want for Xmas. I and tell train, good want a social, and members of the church my dear grandie Sook Frank. She is climbing monkey, romau candles and arc extended an invitation. 80 years old and she likes candy, all nice things to cat I go to school cheese and crackers. So for goodness every day my teacher is Mrs. Mamie LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS sake don't forget her. Yes Santa you 1'atc. 1 like her so well, she is .so good must come to sec uncle George. He to us. So don't forget to come. I live Continued From Page 3 is a cripple and can't get around good on Route 3. Your littje boy, Carl so don t forget to come. I am a little Brickey. Don't Forget Sisters and Budie. Tennessee girl and I love old Santa, Clovcrport, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: Mary Alice Frank, McConncll, Tciin , Would" Like Set of Nice Dishes I am a little girl seven years old. I Route 1 Box 04 Dearest Santa: I am a little girl go to Persimmon Flat school. 1 am nine years old, go to school every day Some Things She Doesn't Want in the first grade. I am learning fast. and I like my teacher fine. She is My teacher's name is Miss Elsie May. Hardinsburg, Ky. Dear ojd Santa Miss Rose Roland, don't forget her. wish you would Clause: I am a big little girl, three I like my teacher. I bring me a pair of overshoes and years old. Please don't forget me. V' some candy. Eaja May Hawkins. want you to bring me a little wagon P. S. Don't forget my little sisters that I can bring in wood for my and Buddie. mother in and fill the wagon with all kinds of good things to cat, oranges, some oranges, bananas and all kinds bananas, apples, candy of all kinds, n( mite ii'ill mi n lipit enrlv and and nuts. Please don t forget my little shut my eyes tight. Evcrette Lewis 'tiny sister. Isabclle Marie, as this is, "er hrst Uinstmas. Also don t torget Maysey. my granuiaiiier ami grauuiiiuwier . Beatty and grandmother Mattingly, at Sorry School Will Be Out. Dear Santa: I am-- a little girl eleven, Barbarton. Ohio. Dear Santa you need years old. I will tell you what want not bring me any little rocking chair, you to bring me I want a new dress cradle or dolls, blocks or slate, for and a nice hair ribbon, oranges, candy you have been so good to me before. and nuts. My school will be out next Well I must close my letter and study week. I will be sorry for I lose my hard I will know my A B C's when teacher and playmates. Santa don't you get here. I will go to bed early forget my little cousins in Illinois. and shut my eyes tight. Mildred Elizabeth Mattingly. Louise N. Maysey. ls ol ol Bring her lots of nice things, I will now tell you what I want I woaftt like a set of nice dishes, stove andf vessels, new dress and hoes doll bug- gy and all kinds candy, and nuts. . Don't forcret mv hie brother at Stus- - j gis and my sister at west t'oint ana me little iwother. I remain as ever your little curly headed girl. Anna C. Hall, Hardinsburg, Ky. Wants a Big Doll. McDaniels, Ky, Dear Santa Claus:. I am one of your little girls, three years old Have big black eyes and light hair Want a big doll and bed, rocking chair and lots of goodies to eat. Think of father, mother, brother, John Henry and little sisters, Mollie, Belle and Bonnie Willis. Will hang my stocking up early and go to bed" and close my eyes tight. Merry Xmas to all. Yotir little girl, Ruby Guy Hart. . Spelling Book For This One. Hardinsburg, Ky. Dear old Santa:. I will write and tell you what I want you to bring me 'or Xmas Some ap pies, oranges, bananas, cocoanuts, candy, nuts and some raisins, also a spelling book and anything you think , Continued On Page 6 j T 1 ing. No Santa Clans! Thank God! he lives, and he lives forever. A thousand years from now, Virginia, nay, ten times ten thousand years from now, lie will continue to make glad the heart of childhood. It co-- t the government $2:i,(i5,()()0 to take the l'.i-'- O census, which was on an average of about a dollar a family Perhaps there were families where members would have cheerfully given Uncle Sam a dollar rs,icr than tell T how manv birthdays thev have had. 3 Year Old Doesn't Want Much Sturgis, Ky. Dear Santa Clause: As I am a little girl of three years. I do not want much. I want - kittie-cachair, doll, and other toys and fruit Wants Pet Rabbit and candy. My name if Frances L. Cloverport, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: kHall. 71.i Monroe St., Sturgis, Ky. 1 want you to bring me some candy, roman candles, fire crackers and a Wants Story Book toy pistol for Xmas. I am ten years Dear Santa Clause: I am a little girl old and live in the country, three of ten years. I do not want much I miles from Clovcrport. And I want want some story books and hair rib-- i some pet rabbits for Xmas too. I will bons, some handkerchiefs. This is all I want. My name is Ruth Hall, Sturclose. From John Greenwood. ar, Uncle Ben Hardin Remembered Lodiburg, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl thirteen years of age I. live on a farm near Lodiburg, and go to school at Walnut Grove school house. I am in the sixth grade. I have tried to be a real good little girl since last Xmas, and am sure you will bring me something nice this time. I want you to bring me a story book, a box of handherchiefs, a new dress, a box o stationery, a doll and all kinds of fruits and nuts. Dear old Santa please remember uncle Ben Hardin and bring him something nice. I will close for this time. Your little girl, Lorena Tindall. Likes His Teacher. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy eight years old and I go to school every day and like my teacher fine. Now Santa please bring me some oranges and candies, fire crackers, apples and please don't forget to bring me a painting box if you have them I will hang my stocking up and go to bed early. So good by from your little boy, Alfred II. Frank, Garfield, Ky. fid Amove - w&ojuute wWL Hfy&x wiM, "Cash is King!" We all know the POWER of money. Then strive to HAVE money. The way to have money is to BANK it. Come in NOW with that money you have in your ' pocket and open a bank account. If you have money HIDDEN in your house or in a hole in, the ground, remember that BURGLARS and THIEVES have a way of finding it out and they are dangerous men. We invite YOUR Banking Business. Ji m&w it dafy-- 0 It's a great thing to live so that you arc at "peace" and have "goodwill Will Hang Up Her Stocking toward" your fellowmcit. One cannot fully enjoy Christmas or any other Dear Santa: I am a little girl six time without such peace. years old I have just got well, been in bed three weeks and I am glad ChristIf you want to get the Christmas spirit, read the Santa Claus letters i;i mas will soon be here. I would like this issue. . for you to bring- me a little doll, a new dress, a sweater, and pair of Remember there will always be some who are less fortunate than you gloves and please don't forget my at this festive time of the year Keep their hearts cheered too in little brother Charlie, bring him somesome small wav thing nice. I will go to bed early and hang my stocking where you can find them. Your little girl, Ethel V. A merry Christmas to vou all. Maysey Has Blue Eyes. LOCAL CHURCH NEWS clock hour Sunday morning in the Baptist church Dear old Santa Claus: I am a little o boy eight years old, dark bait .nd Sunday morning at the Methodist blue eyes. I will tell you" what I want Rev E C Nail will deliver his church, the presiding elder, Rev. L. K. ;ott to brhiK me. I wa- -' aboxof B U Christinas message at the eleven o' May, of Owensboro, will deliver the shot, a watch and a pair of gloves, Hardin. rs Won't Get Up Until Eight. Cloverport, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a boy twelve years old. I want you to bring me some candy, oranges, fire crackers, roman candles and a toy pistol for Xmas. I live six miles from Cloverport I get my mail at Cloverport. I want some pet rabbits and some cracker jacks for Xmas. I will be a good boy. I will go to sleep early and get up at eight o'clock that morning. From Lewis Hawkins. - gis, Ky. Wagon To Haul Wood. McQuady, Ky. Dear Santa: I am a little boy five years old. I want a, wagon to haul in wood for daddy and a gun, roman candles, a set of tools and fruit and candy. Send my little sister, Hazel, a doll and a set of dishes and don't forget my baby sister, r Mildred, she is three months old and won't want much. I 'am, a good little boy and will go ' to bed early and sleep I FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO HARDINSBURG, KY. ki h ANOTHER CHANCE! The sales at Mrs. E. O. Hills' having been satisfactory they will be continued through the Holidays. All Goods Will Be 7fM. 1 Ju Christmas Messenger Is In The Fourth Grade. Dear Santa: I am a little cirl eicrht years old. I go to school about four miles from Cloverport. I am in the fourth grade Please bring me a doll, doll buggy, dishes and a cap and oranges, nuts, bananas, apples and all kinds of candies. Be sure and don't forget my little sister. She wants a doll and candy. Don't forget to visit my little cousin, Elizabeth Dowell. I will go to bed early Xmas night. Your little girl, Agneta White. Wants Lots to Eat Mv dear Santa Clans: Please me a doll, a ball, a book and a game ami iuis oj goou tilings to eat. sincerely, Annie Clifton Keil. lii-in- Further Reduced I bn s As a Sample Look At This! fir S3F vt 3Bii, II All Children's, Misses' and Ladies' Hats Wants Game o' "Oh! Min" My dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a doll, doll buggy, a game of Oh! Min, a book, a ball and plenty of candy; also a piano. Many thanks, Jane Hayvvard Keil. Has Been Good Since Last Xmas. Lodiburg, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl nine years old. I go to school every day. I am in the sixth grade. I have tried to be a good little girl since last Xmas and I think you will bring me what I want for this Xmas. I want a kodak, a doll, and doll bed. game of rook, paint book and paints and anything else you want to bring me Now Santa be sure and- don't forget the rest of the little girls and boys and uncle Ben and aunt Laura Hardin. I will close for this time. Thanking you very much. Your little girl, Mary Ellis Has Twc, Little Brothers. Stephensport, Ky Dear Santa Claus: I am a little bnv ricrht vnnri old, have two little brothers. I want you to come to see us. I want you to bring us some oranges and candy and Some nuts. Brine mi-- a nire stnrv book. Bring Harry a pair of shoes, ano i want you to uring raul a toy - ;. Santa Claus always carries candy for 78 years he has carried Whitman's this year more than ever. Make up your list of Christmas candy now and trust us to deliver the best candies in most attractive packages. Thisyear put on your list for finest candies a few people who will appreciate them but who seldom are able to get them. vi ' 50c Get a Hat While You Have a Chance! You Will Find Many Nice Things For Xmas Gifts. mn t t Carter's .Confectionery . I w J. R. ESKRIDGE, Assignee s r .Sj O A riECEMBBfc n: lHO i 4 5? , ,,THE,BRKCKENRIDQ1 NBWS, CLOV1&RPOKT, KENTUCKY , e, children, Jane Mayinc Hannon and Charles E. Sawyer will go to Louis-villSunday and spend the day with WEDNESDAY, DEC. M, IMP Mr. Sawyers sister, Mrs J. II Wills. who has for her guests during the her sister, Mrs. Thos Satered at the Pott Office at Cloverpart, Ky. holidays, at second etttt matter. Lodd. Mr. Loydd and son, Fay, of . I. mg tlie Uttleford in Cincinnati, u., Wednesday eve to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allen. L Business College CLASSIFIED will arrive home -'-- - PAGE PIVfc vt ADVERTISEMENTS! you NOTE Pleaie notify the editor n.i deiire adrertlietnentt discontinued. Christmas Present Suggestions FOR LADIES Shirt Waists Hose Umbrellas Handkerchiefts Purses Budoir Caps Camisoles Silk Petticoats Work Baskets Pin Cushions Table Runners Towels Pin Trays Manicure Sets Toilet Sets Loiumnus. 00 Mr Louis O'Bryan. of Louisville, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Paul Lewis, and Mr. Lewis. o 00 Messrs Ben Anthony, Johnnie Stan les and Andy Tindle were In Louis- vine, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seymour Pad- gett, of Louisville, are expected. Christmas eve to be with Mrs. Padgett's parents, Mr and Mrs. Conrad Sippel for the holidays. OO I Jfjj Miss Nannie Cohen, manager of the jPjGolden Rule store, will spend Christ-mas at her home in lefTersonville. o Miss Jcancttc Burn, of Louisville, will spend Christmas and the week-- 1 J. C. Noltc. -- o Pet Prerlnct and Cltr Offieei. 2S2 end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. per county umcti, Roy Gregory, of Louisville, will 18.00 John Bum. For State and Dittrlct Opuet t spend Christmas with his sister, Miss w n ,10 For Callt, per Hnr Cecil Gregory. ., .10 For Cardi, per line ivola Kramer, Kathleen Misses For all Pubficatloni In the intereit of Crist, Eva Wcatherholt, Rosa NewMiss Lora Carson, of Louisville, lodlrlduaU or expression ol Indltld- .10 ton, all of Louisville, will arriyc home and Ellis Carson, of Owensboro, will ual vlewt, per line- Christmas eve to spend the week-en- d be guests of their parents, Mr. and . with their parents, Mr and Mrs. P. J. Mrs. John Carson, for the holidays. Foreign Advprtlilna llenreaentnttve THCAMCRICANPRCSS ASSOCIATION Kramer, Mr and Mrs. Geo. Crist. Mr oon and Mrs Jess Wcatherholt, and Mr Mr. Eldrcd A. Babbage is in and Mrs. Horace Newton. to spend Christmas with Mrs STARK-LOWMA- N CO. Babbagc. at the home of her parents. Miss Lucilc Givens will leave Major Henry W. Rogers, and Mrs. Louisville Representatives Thursday to spend Christmas in Rogers. Mr. and Mrs Babbage will Bowling Green, with hqr aunt, Mrs return home Sunday. Rowc. OO o If you need expert service on your Mr. and Mrs. Will Watkins, of St Tractor, Gasoline or Kerosene EnMiss Eloisc Hcndrick will spend Joseph, Mo., arc expected this week gine, any kind of Automobile, write Christmas with her parents, Mr. and to spend the holidays in Cloverport Fordsville Planing Mill Company. Mrs. Tice Hendrick, in Hardinshurg. with Mr. Watkins' sister, Mrs. Ella They can send a reliable mechanic B. Oglcsby, and in Hardinshurg with promptly to relieve you at reason0oo Mamie able price. Mr. R. F. Peters, Superintendent of his sister, Mrs. o o 0 Moorman -0 o the Cloverport Public School leaves Mrs. Jesse Isom and Mrs. James Miss Leonora McGavock, of Thursday for Winchester, to remain Sahlie went to Louisville, Saturday will he here for through the holidays with his parents. accompanying Mrs. Isome's . niece, a week's visit with Christmas eve Mr. her parents, Smith, who returned to her and Mrs. Leon McGavock. Wiliam Wroc, of Somerset, Ky., ar- Miss in Tcrrc Haute, Ind, Mcsdames. OO o evening and will home rived home Monday Mrs. John D Babage returned Next meeting of the Wednesday spend Christinas with his mother, in Louisville, visiting Mrs. Walter Wednesday from Cincinnati, where Mrs. Rcna Wroe. she was the guest of her daughter, Graham and Mrs Kate Ditzenhach. Mrs. W. G. Polk and Mr. Polk, for Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Walls, of Hard-insburMrs. went to Louisville, Monday, home inAnnie Huff returned to her four weeks. Owensboro, Friday after a Christmas shopping Missc Eva and Eliza May were in fortnight's visit with her niece, Mrs. Louisville, Friday Messrs. Zack and Hillary Hardin Janics Sahlie, and Mr. Sahlie. OO o were in Brandenburg, Monday. Mr. Donald Gregory, of Paducah, Mrs. Shelby Conrad and children, Wednesday to return Saturday Mrs. .Cornelia Fraizc will go to Kathcrine, Mary Grey, Ella Oglesby came his Louisville, Thursday and join her sis- and David Henry Conrad and little with will father, Mr. John M. Gregory, ter, Miss Jane Warfield in spending Miss Nancy Phelps were in Owens- who his spend Christmas in Paducah with son, Leonard and Donald Christmas with their brother, Mr. boro, Saturday. Gregory and daughter, Mrs. Ben Frank Warfield, and Mrs. Warfield. Now is the time for you to install Miller, and Mr. Miller. 0oo O o Mr. I. J. Muckenfuss, of. Hardins- that Lalley Light Plant. Write FordsMr and Mrs. Wallace O. Mattingly. hurg, leaves this week to be with his ville Planing Mill Company. They have an expert electrician who thor- of Louisville, are expected Thursday family in Owensboro, for the 's oughly understands installing thee to spend the holidays with Mr. sister. Mrs. B. F. Ridgeway, Farm Electric Light Plants and can Mr.and Mrs. Carl Beavin and son, give you prompt service. A post card and Mr. Ridgeway and his father. Mr. Chas Mattingly. of Owensboro, arc visiting Mrs. will bring full information to you. O OO Beavin's aunt, Mrs. J. T. O'Connell. Mrs. W.J. Piggoft. Jr.. of Vineen- Miss Tula D. Babbagc, of Rock-wooo Tor Farm Wagons, write Fordsville Tenn , arrived Saturday and nes, Intl.. who with Mr. 1'iggott and Planing, Mill Company, Fordsville, will spend two weeks with her par- their daughter, Clare, arc spending the holidays in Irvington, with Mr. Ky., they have the Owensboro, Web- ents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Babbage. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott. Sr., spent er and John Deere all fully guaranMrs. O. Jack Buckley, of Evansville, several days last week 'with Mrs. J. teed. Also, Buggies and Surreys. You can save money by asking them for has returned after visiting her par- II. Rowland. ooo price. They pay the freight on Wag- ents. Mr apd Mrs. Brooklockcr. Miss Ray Lewis Heyscr will leave ons, Buggies and Surreys. Major Henry W. Rogers and Mrs Friday for Cincinnati, to spend o Mrs. Eliza Board, Miss Eunice Club will be Tuesday afternoon, Dec. Christinas witli her brother, Mr Roy Heyser, and Mrs. Heyser. Wheeler and Mrs. H. J. Newsom t!8, .nt the home of Miss Mary were in Louisville, Tuesday. o OO Mr. Charles R Satterficld, of New ooo Mr . and Mrs. Wilbur C. Chapin, York. City, is expected on the 22nd, to Dr. T. N. Williams, of Louisville, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. of Louisville, will be with Mr. Chap-in'- s spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs L. V. Chap-i- parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. SatterfHamman, Sunday. RATK8 FOR POLITICAL MENT8. ANNOUNCE o-- o-o Miss Eloisc Noltc, who is teaching music in the public school at Erin, FOR SAI.K Splendid upan of mare, Rood wairon mirri (I ami Tenn , is at home for the holiday old workand liarnrii.and true pullers, 7 weight anywhere pounds. Will sell at a harfraln. Adseason with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. dress J. I), Seaton, Cloverport, Ky, 000 00 FOR SALE ri I tv FOR SAMV-O- ld newspapers, 5c a hunch lirrckenrldfre Newt office, Cloverport, Ky FOR SALK ntank Deeds and Mortgages. The Dreckrnridge Newt, Cloverport, Ky. TYPE WRITER FOR SAI.K FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. 0, Remodeled, (iood as new. Further inform call or write The Ilreckenrldge News, ation Cloverport, Ky 000 1 1 I FOR MEN Sweaters Hats Caps ' Earl-ingtoi- Gloves i,. WANTED WANTED At once. Timber cutters and tie makers. Good price. Write or call J. M. Rhodet, Webster, Ky. Ties Socks Pocket Books Supenders Unbrelias Safety Razors Shirts Silk Collars Silk Mufflers Ash Trays Cigars 000 NOTICE GIVEN TO MEN OF. COUNTY. All members of the American Legion as well as all former soldiers, sailors and Marines arc called to meet in Hardinshurg, at 1 P. M. Saturday, ucceniDer 18, 1020. Uring your dis- -, charge and we will make out your' I application for Victory Medal. There will be speakers present to auvisc you anout any matter in regard to your service in the army. Also officers will he elected for the l'.r.M THE Dolls LAST WEEK IN TOY LAND Drums Tool Chests Wagons Automobiles Guns Games 0-- h, 000 Pianos Tin Dishes Stoves Chairs Books Train on Track Balls Rattlers Horns French Harps Sho-Fly- 's ABC rl Blocks l g, 000 000 and other business transacted. Come and bring sonic one with you. Moorman Ditto, Commander Post No. 1, Hardinshurg, Ky. , OPEN NIGHT TILL CHRISTMAS J. .t.. C. NOLTE & BRO. Taul brought with him some of Flori da s delicious fruits whidh he has generously distributed among his friends and spiecies of pine trees that he brought, are about town. Miss Fannie Mae Baldridgc, who is with the Affiliated Lyceum Bureau and travels West of the Mississippi, and her brother, Mr Warren J of Chicago, a representative of the Certain-ee- d Products Cooperation arrived Monday evening to spend the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and M rs. J. D Baldndge at the home of Mr. and Mrs D. B. Phelps Miss baldndge and Air. tiaidndge were in Cloverport, last winter during the holidays and made many delight Bald-ridge, 1 000 CI Mat-tingly- 000 00 000 d. Administrator, at the ting 35c and 30c. Mrs. J. S. Dejarnette is reported of Cloverport. Cloverport, Kentucky, duly proven as to have netted $10 on one of her required by law, on or before Janu- turkeys. ary 1st, 1U2I. Paul Lewis. Administrator of the Mr. V. G. Babbagc, who probably estate of Mrs. Martha J. Elder. writes more transfers, deeds, and Claude Mercer. Attorney. mortgages than any one in the city, when asked yesterday about such CLOVERPORT LOOSE LEAF business, said, not much doing just OPENING SALE JAN. 4. now, most everybody playing Santa! The Cloverport Loose Leaf Ware- Clans, and eating ice cream. o house announces its opening sale 'or January 4, 1921. Tobacco will he reMr. L. C. Taul and danchter. Miss ceived on the floor beginning Thurs- irene lain, who spent two weeks day December ISO, from then on. Honda, returned home Friday. Mr. J. W. Boyle. Manager. Cloverport Loose Leaf House undersigned Breckcnridge-Ban- k 111 NOTICE probably be more towards Christmas. nn tiuuibaait. All persons having claims against ...... iiTiinincn a nr.fn ill ..... 1wu.11i rfr it 1111. r ri MU" the estate of the late Martha J. Elder duce house was 32c. Persons selling arc notified to present them to he them direct to the consumer are get- J ful friends. 00 "I Spent p $1 on and Saved the Price of a Hog." Rat-Sna- Mc-Gavo- IMPORTANT NOTICE On and after January 1st, 1921, Our Terms Will Be Alike to One and All 000 o o o n. 000 L' Miss Ella and Miss Frances Smith are in Louisville, spending a few days Isom and Sahlie will spend a week o 00 .Mr. and Mrs. Joe' J. Sawyer and DR. Office Hours: S I W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... vmssta p.m. to a. uj. to 12 m. 5 p. m. Mrs. Charlie Simmons has just re- Dinner Party Given turned from Fordsville. where she For Miss Griffith was with her father, George Sapp, Miss Emily Reid gave a dinner at who is seriously ill. ooo 12 o'clock Sunday at the home of her We offer a new Williams parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Reid on Btihr Mill at a special bargain, less River street, in honor of Miss Maud ooo Mrs. II. M. Bcheu and daughter, than wholesale price. We can fit you Griffith, who leaves Thursday for her Miss Marian Behen, were in Owens up with a first class mill equipment. home in Auburn. Kv. Miss Reid's Can furnish suitable size Fairbanks, guests included Miss' Griffith. Mis boro. shopping, Saturday o Morse Kerosene Engine to go with Eva Jolly and Mrs. Joe Ross. V. G. Babbage, Notary Public. this Williams Buhr Mill and you will o OO have an ideal Corn Mill. Write us for is attend price on outfit delivered to your railMiss Marian Allen, BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS road station. Fordsville Planing Mill Company, bordsville, Ky. Country butter has dropped to 40c J o 'O Mr and Mrs. W. J. Wordcn will retail price. Altho sonic of the best leave Thursday for New Albany, to country butter remains at 30c per lb. spend Christmas with their daughter, Eggs took a "sudden rise right at Mrs. John Kirkham, atul Mr. Kirk-ha- Christmas time. '.'0-in- for the holidays. Miss Margaret Wroe, who is teaching in the public school at Toccoa, Ga., reached home Sunday to be with her mother, Mrs. Rcna Wroe, for the holidays ooo Mrs. Forrest L. Lightfoot and daughter, Miss Jane Lightfoot are in Hardinshurg. where Mrs. Lightfoot will spend the winter with her sister. Mrs. Herbert Beard, and Mr. Beard Miss Lightfoot will resume her studies in the Louisville Conservatory of Music, Louisville, after the holidays. icld. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jackson spent Saturday in Louisville, o o Charlie Keil and daughter. Mattingly and Mrs. .Roy daughter, Alice Ben, spent Friday in Mrs. Adele, o Owensboro. 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-i- t killed saved the price of a hog." P conies in cake form. No mixing with other food. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes. 33c, G5c, $1.23, Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport. and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinshurg. Advertisement. RAT-SNAP. RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- STRICTLY CASH This method was not prompted until after due consideration, beleiving by adopting such would reduce our collections etc., to a overhead expenses of sell at a closer margin minimum and thereby enable us to 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 cah 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. book-keepin- g, o o o 00 io DENTIST A Mrs. Win. Hoffious returned Sunday evening from a visit in Evans ville. o oop Tuesday they .sold for urday they were 35c. (17c and Very respectfully yours. I Sat- MARION WEATHERHOLT Few turkeys were on the local mar-kthe first of the week. There will et Iwiiys in office durlni: i fflce hour Irvlngton, Ky. Babbage. Wanted A copy of The Brecken-ridg- e dated Dec. 8, lvvf Jno D. o o o &41 Miss Eliza May was in Louisville, Monday to attend the funeral of Mr Henry Van Dyke. ." OO Christmas Gift Suggestions We have suitable Gifts for He, She, It and They. Young, Old, Rich and Poor come give us a look and you won't go away without buying. FOR HER $2.50 Ivory and Mahogany Clocks $1.69 to $12.98 Aluminum pes and sets of the celebrated "Liberty Ware." $3.98 to $7.50 Crepe dc chine and georgette waists. $1.25 to $3.50 Pure thread all colors. $1.25 to $3.50 Kid and 'abric gloves of all kiuds'and colors. $3.50 to $7.50 Silk and near silk petticoats. 25c to 50c Crepe de chine, mull and linen hdkfs. $2.25 to $6.00 Per dozen dam ask and pure linen napkins $3.98 to $4.50 Table Cloth and Napkin sets, good quality damask. silk-hos- s? Mrs. James Sahlie Entertains With a Dinner. Mrs. Jame Sahlie entertained with a dinner Thursday at her home on Miss Railroad street and had for her guests Ethel Smith of Terre Haute, Ind , Mrs. Annie Huff, of Owensboro, Mrs. Jesse Isom and Mrs. Joe B, Smart, of this city. TOYS! 85c to TOYS! $2.75 to $1.00 75c 50c $2.75 FOR HIM $3.50 Kid and Suede gloves. to $1.50 Beautiful silk and knitted ties. to $1.00 Silk and crepe de chine handkerchiefts. P,,rc b'nen handkerchiefts. to $3.98 Westclox alarm clocks. Red Iron or Coaster Styles, all sizes. $5.00 Wood wagons. $4.98 Horsie Toddlers WANTED Ky. & Ind. Only. Logs or Cord. Advise Quantity. Loading Point and when can ship. Pay cash. $2.98 to HICKORY Bush Brothers & Co. This is an unusually Merry Xmas tide because it marks the termination of an unusually Happy and Prosperous year. We are grateful to you who have been instrumental in adding to our prosperity. and Kitty Cars for the little tots. to $3.98 Coaster Sled:., $2.75 flexible styles in all sizes. to $1.98 Trains on tracks $1.50 in two sizes. $2.50 N H Columbia Bldg., Louisville, Ky. something boy B"s holding to pop-gun- s. :.'.) shots $3.00 to $1.00 $2.50 delight the $1.00 Large size 75c Children's 50c to inum cooking sets. Good quality drums Alum- Dr. O. E. HART We are grateful for each opportunity we have had and may haveto help add to yours. VETERINARY $1.50 $1.00 Tool chests for the boys. $1.98 Pistol flash tights, batteries included $2.00 $1.50 $2.00 Men's grey felt liouse $5.50 Thermos bottles of every description. to $1.25 Silk hose, all colors. to $7.50 Silk and madras shirts. to $5.00 Umbrellas. Military brushes. slip- pers with buck soles. a SURGEON , Will be in on the Our Grocery Department HARD1NSBURG, KY., is complete with a full line of Fruits, Nuts and Candies and Fancy Baskets, also Plum Puddings and Mince Meats, Figs, Store-- Dates and Raisins. Visit the Up-To-Date ..-- FOURTH MONDAY IN NOV. OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL XMAS GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY. OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL XMAS PAGE SIX GARFIELD Mr. v THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS. II .' CLOVEJKPORT. KENTUCKY II DECEMBEk n, .1 1 i Illl III! ib and Mrs. Philip Snyder and i. JL"eir children, of Woodrow. attended jlM?J-oy: J'm Dickenson, of Custer have moved ,,ome Purchased from Mr TOLEDO WOMAN HAS GAINED OUR TWENTY-F- i . Mrs. Charlie Dowell were church here Sunday Sunday of her sister, Mrs Clint Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mcador were Rticts and Mr. Davis. Davis, guests Monday of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Pate Hayncs and daughter, "Bony" Gibson, of dear Irvington. at iMiss hlla, spent the week-enMrs. Clint Davis. Mrs. Laslie and. Fairfield, the guests of relatives daughter, Hannah J, were in HardMr. and Mrs. Mclvin Adams took insburg, Saturday. their little daughter, Anna B., to Mr and Mrs. A. M. Wood and lit- - Hardinsburg, Saturday to consult Dr tic son, Carrol Rollins, were guests J E, Kiuchcloc. Sir and Mrs. Guy Springatc and Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Frank (daughter, of Big Spring, are guests Dowell Mhs Wilnia Whitworth was the of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B H. guest of her aunt, Mrs. Charlie Dowell Springatc. lucsday night a "Mrs. Keach Tells How She Got to Kcv. Harvey tiiiglish delivered Know splendid sermon at the Baptist church Sunday "Have always feared rats. Lately Mrs Cora Priest is at home from noticed many on my farm. A neighWoodrow. where she visited relatives bor said he just got rid of droves with Mr. and Mrs Jim Waggoner enterThis started me thinkmyself It tained the young folks in their hospi- ing. Tried table way Saturday night The young killed 17 and scared the rest away." folks always have, a delightful time comes in three sizes, 3."c, (!.c. Si L'o. Sold and guaranteed by when entertained in their home, By McCoy and Mr. McCoy, have Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and moved to their new home known as B. F Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. the Jim Kennedy farm. Mr and Mrs, Advertisement d Rat-Snap- ." please Santa don't forget to come. I will go to bed early and will not look. Your little boy. Robert Lee Pate POUNDS Suffered For 12 Years But Now Feels as Well as She Ever Did in Her Life. "I have actually gained twenty-fou- r pounds in weight in the last few weeks," and but for Tanlac I don't believe I would be alive today," said Mrs. Gertrude Gartrec. of .V8 Broadway street, Toledo, Ohio. "For the last twelve years I have been in a terribly poor state of health and getting worse all the time. My appetite was so poor I just had to force down everything I ate, and always after meals had sharp pains in the pit of my stomach and a burning there that 'clt like a coal of fire, and I suffered agonies from the gas that was always forming. "I was so nervous' I shook like a leaf, had almost forgotten how it felt to lie down and sleep quietly all through the night. There was a swelling in my feet and legs that bothered me a great deal, and I was so weak I would break down if I tried to get through my house work. I was just about half dead, and had taken so much medicine that did me no good 1 had despaired of ever being well 1- -2 Possesses "Sparkling Black Eyes" McDanicls, Ky Dear old Santa Clans: I am a little girl six years old. Have sparkling black eyes and light hair Now dear Santa I want you to bring me a big sleeping doll, dresser, stove, trunk and a stocking full o good things to eat. Bring father and mother some good tmugs too and little sisters, MollicBclle and Ruby Guy and brother John Henry. We will all expect you, for you never fail us. We will have the very best for you. Now Santa please don't forget dear grandmother and grandfather over at Elizabeth. I ml I will go wishing you a merry Xmas I am your little girl, Bonnie Willis Hart. She's Very Domestic McDanicls, Kv. Dear Santa Clans: I am one of your little girls, have blue eyes and light hair, am eight years old. Will try and tell you what I would like to havd for Xmas. Want a big sleeping doll, stove, washing machine, sewing machine and a big stocking just full to top for a little girl. low think of mother and father and little sisters, Ruby Guy and Bonnie Willis and brother John Henry. We will all be good and have the very best for you A merry Xmas to you. I am your little girl, Mollie Belle Hart. Wants a Doll With Curls Hello Santa Claus: I wonder where you arc today. I thought I would write you a few lines again this Xmas to let you know what to bring me Santa I am a little girl four yearsold I should like for you to bring me a real nice doll with curly hair, a necklace, dishes, a story book, broom and a stove that I can cook on and lots of nice things to cat. Santa don't forget mama and papa be sure to bring them something nice and Santa be surcand stop at Vincennes, Ind., to see grandpa and grandmother and tell them hello for me. Now Santa go to see all of the good little girls and boys and come to see me. I will go to bed early and will not peep. So come early. Bye bye Santa. Your little girl, Lena Franklin Shellman, Sample, Ky. "Just a few minutes now, Peggy dear, and Daddy will be back home Willi a nice bottle of RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- P Kemps Balsam C0U6H3 RAT-SNA- P 1 IsSi for you. Then you can gd to sleep and forget that horrid old cough." Atid as usual Mother is right, but why not save poor old dad the night trip to the drug store next time by having an extra bottle of Kemp's Balsam in the house all ready for big and little coughs alike? , Gct a bottle now. GUARANTEED 1 CORN op HAY In Small Lots or In Car Load Lots Write or Call Us at Our Expense IF YOU NEED Lc Roy. N. Y. CLAIMS ALLOWED BY BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY EISCAL COURT J. B. TAYLOR & SONS LEWISPORT, KENTUCKY V"tl BcISSSrI Vl 4rN. Ur Bus'ncss s ant lroPerly Fit t0 Manufacture k8sSOi Wff&S& eyeglasses AND . ICV Wmw Wmrn H SPECTACLES iavWfflffifiPJ KwEmOfl and "Tllc Ucst Vou Can Gct Are Tllc "ly Safc Kill(1 To Wear" ! 11 HH BTM I Any of These On Liberal Terms y "But to see me now, nobody would think I had been through all these sufferings. My appetite is splendid. I feel hungry all the time, and never have to worry for fear of misery I used to suffer. For everything agrees with me now. and I have gained so in weight and strength 1 feel as well as I ever did in my life. "The swelling has disappeared 'rom my feet and legs and I. never have a particle of nervousness. I sleep fine now, and in the mornings feel so good it's nothing for me to take care of my two children and do all my housework." Tanlac is sold in Clovcrport by Wedy ding's Drug Store, in Kirk by Bros., in Addison by L. D. From Little Black Eyes. Addison, in Amnions by Win. H. Dear Santa Claus: How are you? I Dutschke, and in Stephensport by am fine and dandy. Well Santa I K. A. Shcllniaii. Advertisement. thought I would write and tell you what to bring me for Xmas. I am a LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS little blackeyed girl, three years old and 1 think I am a good girl. So Poge 4 Continued From please bring me a big doll, set of dishwill please a little boy. I am six years es, broom, stove and a nice necklace, iild mid live nnp milp from H."inliii;- - and lots of nice candy, oranges, apt...... I U .lu 3LHUUI t;i.ij .i . t 1:1... ples and everything that is good. ..!.! .......... ua i nit uui. fine. also go to Sunday school. Santa be sure and don't forget my to go Don't forget to bring my teacher dear little brother for he has never something. I haven't any brothers and seen Xmas yet. You will find bis tiny sisters, so please don't forget papa stocking close by the chimney. So and mama and bring them something .Santa be sure you go fill it from top also grandpapa and graiidmama. Now clear down to the toe 1 will go to bed early and shut my eyes tightso Santa be slire and come Xmax eve night So bye bye dear Santa. Your baby girl, Nettie Geneva Shellman. Mat-tingl-- again. APRIL TERM 1920 (Continued From Last Week) ROAD FUND THIRD DISTRICT Disbursements H. Haynes, labor seventeen and hours J. I. Case Co., pump for engine Dan Dowell, running engine: G. B. Gardner labor nine hours G. B. Gardner team four and hours Tigue Pierce labor five; days seven and hours. James Flood team two days Guy Nelson labor two days M. D. Simmons team four hours W. II, McHalan foreman three days nails 35c Ottie Nelson labor six hours J. S. Cart team and foreman Edgar Noble labor two days four hours Frank Howard labor two days six hours Castle Dye labor five and one fourth days Amos Whitworth labor and hammer handles. Horace Roberts labor five hours C O. Morgan team three days three-houI John Dowell team seven days- -! E. L. Hylton team four days one; hour Henry Hilton foreman four days one hour W. M. Kannapple team and labor one day W. M. Kannapple team two days Harvey Whitworth labor three days Gross Howard team two days six hours Percy Brown labor seven and one half hours Sam Cox labor one day three and one half hours l' Lloyd Canary, six cords wood, team one and days. O. W. Dowell thirty and one half bushels coal Dan Dowell express on engine parts T. J. Hook garage bill to January 1, 1920 Marian Weatherholt work and supplies 'C. W. Cart team eighteen hours E. A. Hardesty dynamite and tools H. S. English two teams ond day foreinaa one day Jarne Euglislv labor one day- Harvey English, Jr., labor ode day- Hewitt Curl labor one day W. M. Curl labor one day M. L. Wegenast labor one day- J. Hook garage and gas one-ha- lf one-half one-ha- lf rs 1 nfffluftr 1 Delivered In Time For Christmas Come right to Louisville. Little Sister Adds 'a P. S. McQuady, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am seven years old and I am a good little boy. I want you to bring me some candy, nuts, raisins, cocoanuts. marbles and fire crackers, oranges. I have a little sister, she is three years old. She wants a doll, candy, nuts of all kinds, oranges, raisins and apples Will go to bed early and will not peep So good bye. From William and Anna Elizabeth Squires. P. S. Bring me a doll too. Don't Want Dolls. Dear Santa Claus: We are two little girls, ten and seven years old. Please bring us doll, cart, stock book, tooth brush umbrella, pencil ' and tablets, candy, oranges bananas, nuts and fruit. This is all we want for this time. Your little girls, Eva and Margaret May. Clov-erport, one-ha- .1 '.,. 1KI rIL fi $165 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 Right to the Grafonola Co. at 529 Fourth Ave. Here you can choose of any of these fine Columbia Grafonolas shown and Total Disbursements- Overdrawn $ ?4,842.03 34.35 GIVE RECORDS These are suggested. Send for Catalog giving complete list. For $1.00 Untie Josh at the Dontlsts. Uncle Josh and Aunt Nancy Putting Up the Kltflion Stove. A2801 For $1.00 Silent NlRlit, Hallowed Nljrht. A2991 Oh, Holy Nljiht. A2997 For $1.25 Let the Ite-- t of tho World do By. The Love Boat. A2993 For $1.00 Ye Golden Yulctlilo ITyiiins I. Ye Golden Yuli-tlilHymns II. A297S For $1.00. I'm In Ileiion When Pin In My Mother' Anns. There Is u Viuant Chair ut Home, Sweet Home, A6165 V4- - For $1.00 The Japanese Sandman. You're Just as Beautiful at Sixty as Vou Were nt Sixteen, $120 with racks $125 with shelves )4tfQMMAKL l The Grafonola Co INCORPORATED Repair Work on all make of machine! given prompt attention. Send your motor or part to be repaired by Injured Parcel Pot At 529 Fourth Ave. $75 LOUISVILLE fiKsfH ROAD FUND FOURTH DISTRICT Receipts Wants a Little Dog. Cancelled warrants and interest Dear old Santa: I am living in April 11, 1919, From J. B. Carman in settlement-Marc- h my name is little James An3, 1920, Credited, by J. B. Carman Sheriff thony. I am five years old and mother said I was a good boy. Please bring Maryh 30, credited by J. B. Carman, Sheriff me a little dog. horn, car and lots of From Sheriff out of 1919 levy nuts and a ball. Dear old Santa please don't forget mother, papa and grandTotal net ; ma, and Robert. Bless God He lets ' me live day by day. James Anthony Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Road Vouchers Will Trv To Be Good , Harold Triplett one day labor, r. rt jjioverppri. ivy. wear aama: i am a H. F Triplett, foreman two days, iiiiix. K11 ' J"3i avtii tdia uiu mm try to be good if you will bring tiu Philip Cain labor one day- me a few things Xmas Please bring me Farmers, Bank, borrowed money a doll, little bed, pair of gloves, story Emos Sipes labor two and one half days- book, box of candy and fruits. Bring J. Triplett labor two days. my little sister. Dorothy a doll ami David Hardesty labor two days- little cart and other nice things. Chas Sipes labor two days. Please don't forget my grandparents at Addison. Your little girl, Agues Sam Keys labor three days Quiggins. Stanley Ross labor one day, R. M. Hriplett team one day Bring Her a Cooking Stove Cloverport, Ky. Dear old Santa: My H. F. Triplett, foreman one Adkisson labor one name is little Irelen Dunn and I am a good little girl. I am three years old Triplett, labor one day and I want a big doll and little buggy H, F. Triplett team one day little cooking stove, a little trunk and Claude Meyers plow and stretchers. lots of candy Pleas don't forget papa and mama, Mr. and Mrs, Lou Dunn Mason Hicks labor one day Irelen Dunn. Joe Rigsby labor Charles Sipes iator A Doll and Buggy Cloverport, Ky. Dear old Santa: My Grover Keith, labor. name is little Etonora Dunn. I am a W. C. Jolly team for grading- good little girl, five years old and R. J. Cain team for grading want you to please bring me a big T. F. Triplett labor doll, a little buggy, a little trunk and Philip Cain labor a little cooking stove and lots of candy. Don't forget papa and mama A, F. Sipes team for grading II. F Triplett foreman six days Etonora Dunn. H. F. Triplett freight and unloading grader-Le- e Mother Says He Has Been a Good Boy Dowell, lobar, Stephensport. Ky Dear Santa Fred Triplett labor two Claus: I am a little boy four years of Brown labor one .day-Jage and have light hair and blue eyes and fair complexion. Mother says I Rigsby labor one day..,. have been a good boy and now I am Harold Triplett grading going to tell you what I wanfyou to bring me for Christmas I would like II. F. Triplett team one day to have a nickle plated watch, a pop- Grover Keith labor oue day- -Jess gun a nice story book that has lots Dowell labor three days of pictures h it, And you may bring R. J. Cain team for grading a rubber ball, candy, oranges, apples, bananas and all kinds of nuts And Sam Green labor don't forget my little sister she has A. F. Sipes team for grading- never seen a Christmas yet. She wants Ollie Adkisson, grading- a rubber doll and a stick of peper- - H. P. Triplett tools 'rom Corapton & Co.. Cnwtinyerl On Pag 7 4Charki Sip laker dm day,; $ 38.56 :!,088.17 1.000.00 300.00 1,103.11 receipts-Disburseme- nts -- $4,549.84 $1,092.83 1.75 ...... -- ' ,- -. . I 4.50 - 1.75 30.90 4.5b 3.5Q 350 3.50 5.25 1.75 day-Irvi- ne 4.00 2.50 1.75 1.75 7.50 15.60 day-Fr- ed 1.75' 10.00 . 2.00 0.00 25,00 J 30.00 12.00 ! 0.00 25.00, 15.0 12.98 3.09 4.00- - days-Wil- liam oe 2.00 2.09 4.M 5.0 -- S.M .eo itH o Mt A l"i? 1111 :bmbbr st, iwo ,.'., l "If SB THE BRKCKENRIDGE NEWS, I CLOVIRPORT, KENTUCKY stran of pearl beads, a bottle of perfume, fountain pen, a box of and all kinds of candy and 'ruit and anything else you want to bring me He sure and don't forget the rest of the little boys and girls, also uncle Ben Hardin, be sure and bring him something nice. Must close for this time. Your little friend, Lena hand-kerchicf- .BTT PAGE SEVEN 4.00 13.50 12.00 WHAT ARE YOUR CHANCES LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Continued From Page 6 ' OF SUCCESS? Do You Step Out With Snap and Vigor? Are You Able to Five Year Old Wants Gold Watch. Clovcrport, Ky. Dear old Santa: My Get Things Done? I am Paul Dunn name is little five mint candy. Don't forget my teacher for I know she will be expecting you and also my little school mates. Don't forget my little cousins, Hazel and Bunnan, at Sample, Ky. They will be expecting you so don't disappoint me Your littie boy, Eugene Bryant. DON'T STAND IN YOUR OWN WAY and want a gold watch and lots of candy, and I am a gopd boy. T go to school. Please come Friday night. I will go to bed early. Paul years old I Toys For a Real Boy. Cloverport, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy eleven years old and go to school every day. Well Santa 1 will tell you what I want for Christ-- , mas. I want an air gun, some fire, crackers, raisins, marbles, sky rockets,! and a knife with a chain on it, and some peanuts and a whistle, and be sure and don't forget my little brothers, Arthur and Elmer and don't forget mother and father. Your little boy, Joseph Miller. P. S. Don't 'orgct my sisters and my teacher, they would like to have something nice. J. M. Wants Coasting Sled. Dear Santa: I am a liulc boy, seven years old. I go to school every day. I am in the second grade. My teacher is Miss May. Please bring me a gun, marbles, a watch and oranges, bananas, and all kinds of candies. Oh yes bring me a coasting sled. Don't forget my uncle Roy and grandmother and grandfather Bcavin. I will try and be good. Your little boy, Willis White, Clovcrport, Ky. Lewis Keys. Dunn. People With Thin, Weak Blood From, Have a Hard Time of it. They Clovcrport,a Bright Little Boy Santa Ky. My dear old Should Take Pepto-MangaClaus: I am a little big boy, and I go n. Look at the facts of your health. So much depends on having red blood. If you stand up in front of your work blood in your syswith tem you arc standing in your own way. You are blocking your own progress. Thin blood makes you dull. It makes you pale. You take no enjoyment out of your work. It is only half as good as it should be. You can remedy that condition so easily. Begin taking that Tine tonic, today and keep it up for awhile. Your blood will become n nourished. makes red blood corpuscles. You will get energy and strong power of resistance. In stead of standing in, your own way, you j will push yourself ahead becaus? of ' greater vitality. But be sure you get the genuine It is put up in both liquid and tablet form. Ask for "Glide's" and be sure that the name is' on the package. The tablets or the liquid have the same medicinal value. Advertisement. half-starvn, n. to school every day. I like my teacher fine. I want you to bring me a big and every blonde doll and a thing good to cat. I will go to bed early. From your little boy, Amiel Johnson. go-ca- rt Two "Little" Girls Ky. Hardiusburg. Dear Santa Claus: We are two girls twelve ,years of age. As Christmas is very near will tell you what we want. We want candy, apples, bananas, all kinds of fruit, beads, new dresses, ribbons, paints, rings, wrist watches, and a new pair ofi shoes. Don't forget our teacher, Miss May. Dorris Rush and Veronica Carter P. S. Don't forget our brothers, Ambrose, at Camp Dix, N. J., and Herbert, at Alton, III., and Elvis, Mclvin and Johnnie. Will Go To Bed Early. Dear old Santa Claus: I am going to write and tell you what wc want you to bring us for Xmas. Wc arc both little girls. I want you to bring me a big doll with light hair and blue eyes, little sister Christine wants a doll with black hair and black eyes and two doll beds and two little brooms and bring our little brother a little red wagon and a bell and bring us lots of nice candy and fruits of all kinds, also bring Ambrose some marbles and B B's for his gun And don't 'orget father and mother. From your little girls, Eva May and Christine Mattingly, Clovcrport. Ky. Goes To School Every Day. Cloverport, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl, seven years old and go to school every day. Miss Elsie May is my teacher and I like her very well. I want you to bring me a doll. doll buggy, ring. book, overshoes, candy, oranges, bananas and apples. I'lcasc do not forget to bring my little Charles Sipcs labor two days H, F. Triplctt foreman five days. W. C. Jolly labor one day Fred Triplctt team two days Irvington Hardware & Implement Co., tools. James Wilson labor one H. V, Triplctt foreman G. & li W C. Jolly team ., Jess Dowcii labor four days Harold Triplctt labor four days H. I. Triplctt team for grading S. J. Jolly team for grading II F, Triplctt labor five days ..,,. Jess Dowcll labor three days Sam Hunter labor three days ..,. A. F. Eipcs team two days,.,,. Kentucky Culvert Co., culverts Harold Triplctt labor four days A. F. Sipcs team for grading J. 0, Biggs log chain V. H. Jolly labor H. F. Triplctt foreman five days-SaHunter labor three days Sharles Sipcs labor one day : Jess Dowcll labor three days 'y 10,00 20.80 S'.OQ 15.00 2.50 8.0$ 8.00 10.0 24.09 12.50 0.09 0 00 lO.O 05.92 8.00 15 0Q I.09 0.75 12.59 m 0.00 2.00 0.09 19.80 20.05 20 00 1.50 2.59 8.09 11.00 33.35 12.50 Goes to Persimmon Flat School. Cloverport, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy eight years old. I ! go to school every day an inthefourth grade. I go to Persimmon Flat school.' As it is almost Christmas I will tell you what I want you to bring me. I want a rubber ball, a pair gloves, some Pepto-Mangamarbles, a pistol, some caps for it, and a new cap, some roman candles, Pepto-Mangafire crackers, oranges, bananas, peanuts, apples and all kinds of nuts and fruits. I am your little boy, timer From Charlie Elder Ky. Hardiusburg. Dear Santa Miller. I am a little boy six years old j Claus: Tried To Be Good. and go to school every day. I will Lodiburg, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: tell you what I want for Christmas. Pepto-MangaI want an air gun some marbles, fire I am a little girl twelve years of age. crackers and sky rockets, some candy, I go to school every day. I am in oranges, cocoanuts and all kinds of the sixth grade. We like our school fruits. I am your little boy. Charlie teacher fine and try to be real good Elder. her. I have tried to be a real good P. S. Don't forget my little sister, little girl since last Xmas and am The advertisements in The Breckenridge Jane she would like to have a doll sure you will bring me what I want News this week are Interesting. Read them. and some candy this Xmas I want a doll, a new dress. Evidently Likes a Noise Dear Santa: I am' a little boy eight years old. I want you to bring me some caps for my pistol, a horn, a roman caudle, some fire crackers, candy, oranges, bananas and please don't forget my little sister, Nellie May. She is nineteen months old. Bring her a doll and a little broom and lots of good cats. Your little boy, Hubert L. Dowell, Hardiusburg, Ky. Continued On Page 8 M !!l!!lii HRIIM as "I WHERE TO DEAL LOUISVILLE The South's Largest Cleaners and Dyers li! li hm iiiiill 111 Nickel LEARN GREGG'S SHORTHAND and Twentieth Century Bookkeeping. World's leading systems at Bosler's Garage j and Silver Plating f Ht F Brass Beds Refinished Stege Brass & Plating Works 448 S. ""Xf M ' f7 fa$7p) Atnmran Sg Uorfea 312 423 South Third Street Third at Walnut. Louisville. Ky. E. Walnut St. STORAGE BY DAY OR NIGHT Roe-O'Connor-Gordon Fifth St. B. F. Beard & Co., road tools T. J. Hook lumber, nails and '"''"r II F Triplctt foreman four days team two days. Claude Meyers sharpening tools John Atwcll sharpening tools Jess Dowell, labor Harold Triplctt labor five and one half days-Ma- rion Wcatherholt dynamite and fuse H. F. Triplctt foreman five days Austin-Wester- n Road Mcli. Co., Grader Warren Dowcll team five hours Harold Triplctt labor five days h T. J. Hook garage bill foriAugust. Clint McCoy, team three days Byron McCoy labor two days. Abe Compton sharpening grader blade Webster Stone Co., :tl ton crushed stone. Byron McCoy labor one day Sam Hook 300 'ect of lumber H. I Triplett team one day Jess Dowell labor one day T. J Hook garage bill Jas. Hottcll paid to II L. Kendall. L. C. Yates putting in culvert H. F. Triplett team and labor Oral McCoy labor one day John Atwcll repairing tools Sam Hunter labor three days Owen Gillingwatcr team two days Kentucky Culvert Co., culverts Jeff Jolly team five hours Lee Murray labor one day T. J. Hook one sixth garage bill for October. A. F Sipcs team for grading William Hunter labor nine days McGlothlan & Son, tools and supplies H. F Triplctt team four days foreman nine. H. Aldridge doubletrees. Sam Hunter labor eight days William Brown labor one day Harold Triplett labor two days Lewis Brown labor four days William Brown labor four days one-sixt- 'li 200.00 2.50 10.00 15 15 15.00 4.00 2.0Q in r rll M I 31.06 2.00 10 50 5.00 2.00 8.32 1.75 8.00 7.50 2.00 1.50 0.00 10.00 108.11 2.50 2.00 17.76 27.50 18.00 10.10 42.50 300 10 00 ftZ iotot 24 Months Pickrell & Freeman 304 W. Breckinridge City 301 ESTABLISHED 1 Used Buick is a Better Buy Than 'Any Cheap New Car A AUGUST R. BAUMER Automobile Guarantee 883 Leyman Motor Co., inc. Charles jilft for In novby Fox. A 501 E. Broadway Louisville, Ky. "The Rood Old Tiaytf' by Wlii't'li'f Ui'll makes nn Ideal "hi persons. either young elty form. It'.tlily illustrated Price, postage paid ."0c. Louisville, Ky. 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Tripietr team six foreman five days Ifar'-Starks labor five days. "William H'tnter labor three; and one half days. W C. Jolly team three days ltchcrt Cain labor two days Sam Hunter labor five days K F Mouohan labor one and one half days W. C. Jolly team three, and one half days. Harve Starks labor seven days. Fred Triplett team three and one half days. Taylor Dowcll labor one day David Hardaway labor one day William Drury labor two davs Harold Triplett labor three days H. F. Triplett team one and one half day. Richard Bennett lumber, labor and nails William Brown labor one and one- half days. Lewis Brown labor one and one half days. Harve Starks labor one and one half days Xoah Stewart; labor one and one half days W. C. Jolly team one and one half days Kentucky Culvert Co., Culverts H. F. Triplett foreman one and one half rt Cain labor one day Lewis Brown labor five days William Hunter labor one and one half days. Chas. McCoy team three days. Chas. McCoy team one and one half days William Drury labor one and one half days. Chas. Sipes labor one and one half days Chas Sipes labor one. day Chas Gray, labor one half day H. F, Triplctt team five days foreman four and one half Triplett labor one and one half days George Cook labor onej and one hal' days William Brown labor five days John Atwcll repairs on tools Harve Starks labor five days Sam Hunter labor one day George Warr labor one and one half days. Lee Dowell labor one day W. R. Dowell labor one day Harve Starks labor one day. H. F. Triplett foreman four days Raymond Sipes labor one and one half days. William Brown labor two and one half days. F, L. ClaycOmb team one day Compton & Compton tools and supplies C. H. Hunter team four days R. J. Cain team one and one half days. W. N Claycomb labpr two days Clint McCoy team two labor one day. Kentucky Culvert Co., Culverts C. T. Simmons labor three days Edwin Stewart labor tow days Lee Dowell labor one day Lee Dowell team one day Dale Pollock team two and one half labor one day. I. B. Richardson, dynamite caps, fuse, tools C D. Hardesty team two days labor four Kirby Pollock, labor two days- D. H. Smith team 17.5 days 000 feet of lumber. days Homer Pollock labor one and L. T. Pollock team one day T. J. Hook garage bill to January (Continued next week) days-Robeone-half 2.00 4 no 8 00 8.tl( 00.00 20.00 10.00 9.00 42.50 10.00 7.00 15.00 4.00 10 00 3.00 17.50 14 00 17.50 2.00 2.00 4 00 GOO 7.50 25 00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3 00 7.50 53.43 3.75 i .2.00 ' days-Haro- ld !. : 10.00 3.00 15.0p 7.50 3.00 3 00 2.00 1.00 30.75 3.00 3.'00 . 10,00 1.00 10.00 1 2.00 3.00 2 00 ' ' I 2.00 2 00 10.00 3.00 5.00 5,0r 10.20 M 20.00 7.50 4.00 12)00 24.21 0.00 4.00 2.00 5.00 14.73 21.80 19.00 4.50 111.50 3.40 5.00 5.50 1- l' I PW3 4w KMt.Wlrf FWtT"W' PAGE BIGHT THE BR1CKENRIDGE NEW CLOVERPORT, KEWTUCKY ANNOUNCING THE OPENING wt TOBACCO SALE ON THE Cloverport Loose Leaf Floor w SI Tobacco will be received on and after December 27. Bring your best grade of Tobacco. i i H JANUARY 4th, 1920 KEEP YOUR LOW GRADE OFF OF THE FLOOR FOR A WHILE IN ORDER TO STRENGTHEN THE MARKET " LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Continued From Page 7 Likes Things to Eat Dear old Santa Claus: I am a little; girl, three years old, and am a good, little girl, my name is IDtta .Mirl : Beatty. Santa I want a doll and set of j little dishes, ome candy, cracker jacks, I oranges, cocoanuts and everything i good to eat. I have a little brother,) fifteen months old bring him some-- 1 thing to play with and lots of good things to eat Don't forget my grand mothers and grandpa. Now Santa I'll go to bed early and shut my eyes tight. Etta Mirl Beatty, Hardinshurg. u ' I r' R' Remember His Little Brother. Mattingly, Ky. Dear old Santa: As it is near time for you, I will tell you what I want. I want awagon, some Necklace. Wants a fire crackers, apples, oranges, nuts Ky Dear Santa Rocking Chair For Her. Hardinshurg, and candy. Please don't forget my am a liltle girl seven years .Claus: Dear S.iilta: I want you to bring me1 little brother Marshall, he wants a g want yon to bring me old. a rocking chair, a doll, teddy bear and horn and lots of good things too. Wej nice for Xmas I want a nice some good things to eat Your little will be good little boys and go to bed girl, Silva Barnes Compton, Garfield. early. Will close wishing you a merry1 doll, necklace, candy, oranges, raisins, Santa Must Be Good To Her Mystic, Ky. Dear old Santa: I am nuts and tooth brush. I will go to bed early and not look. I have a little Would Like a French Harp. a little four year old girl. I have blue Crawling Bugs. Bring Him ' niece, Gladys Hawkins, one year old Dear Santa: Please bring ,me a Stephenport, Ky. Dear Santa: 1 amt eyes and brown hair. Now old Santa and she wants a doll and an aluminum a little boy six years old want a I have been a good little girl this time wagon, a train, french harp and lots plate, cup and saucer and lots of nice as little girl's should So you much of good things to eat. Your little boy, gun, hook, candy, for she can't eat anything else Christmas tree, bugsstory crawl,pistol be good to me. I want a doll, doll William Lee Compton, Garfield, Ky. ring watch and fire that So please remember us Your little crackers, pair of gloves and all the i bed. trycicle and lot of candy, oranges .girl, 1'auliue Rush Asks For Telephone Box. good things I can eat. I will go to and good things to eat. Now Santa Garfield ,Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I bed early. Your little boy. Robert H.J please don't disapoint me. Your little From a Little Five Year Old girl. Mina Kathryn Roberts. am a litle girl eight years old. I go Cloverport, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: Dowel!. to school every day I am in 'the I am a little girl five years old. I fourth grade. My teacher is Mi,ss Don't Forget Mystic. She Thinks Of The Sick Mystic, Ky. My Dear Santa: I have Louise May I will tel you now what have been going to school and am in Falls of Rough, Dear Santa Claus: the first grade. hope you will bring I am a little girl six years old and go been a good little girl this time as I want you to bring he for Christmas. me a doll, a ring, some dishes and to We Announce Now on every day. My teacher's little girls should, so you must be I want a sleeping doll with curls, a! little brown. My little sisters want name is Mr. Shaiu, and 1 am reading good to me. 1 am eight years old I sweater, new dress, nice box of candy, ome doll too. Hoping you will rut in the first I will tell you now have blue eyes and brown hair Now a little telephone, story book, box of For the benefit of our many subscribers who appreciate a forget us. I am your loving little girl, what I wantreader. for Xmas. I, want a doll, Santa I want a big sleepy doll with stationery, oranges, apples and banhigh class almanac and reference book, we are now preparing Dorothy Beavin yelow curls, doll bed and lots of anas and some nuts and all kinds of doll buggy, doll bed and a doll rockto present each subscriber with, a Year Book with beautifully ing chair, candy, oranges and apples. candy, oranges and good things to candies to eat. Will close. From your A Doll and Story Book. lithographed cover in colors, which will contain the following Now Santa please remember the sick. cat. Now please don't disappoint me. little girl. Hannah J Laslie. Ky. My dear Santa I wil go to bed early and shut my Your little friend, Mary Jo Burton. McQuady, information applicable to this immediate vicinity: Claus: I am a little girl seven years eyes tight. Your little girl, Catherine In Fourth Grade. old. Five Year Old Wants Auto. Dear Santa: I am a litle girl nine want a doll, a little stove, a L. Springate Sunrise , Sunset Stephensport, Ky. Dear Santa: I years old, I go to school every day. story book and lots of fruit, candy Moonrise .Moonset ' I will go to bed early and will write and tell you what I want I am in the fourth grade. I wantyou and nuts. From "Little" Elmer Carson. be a good girl. Virginia Shrewsberry. . Tide Table for Near-b- y Places. Cloverport, Ky. Dear old St. Nick: you to bring meI for Christinas I am to be good to me. I want a doll, story want you to bring book, apples, oranges, candy and nuts. I am a very good little boy. I go to five years old. Full particulars of eclipses of Sun and Moon'in Helps His Daddy. to school most every day. I want you me an automobile, some caps for my Please don't forget my little sisters this zone. Dear old Santa Claus: I am a good to bring me a hobby horse, choo choo pistol, a pair of gloves, some cindv. tlirv want something nice too. I will Morning and Evening Stars. little hoy five years old. I help my train and rocking chair. Please bring Beginning and ending of Seasons. daddy all can Santa if you please I me some all day suckers and jelly OLD SOLDIER TESTIFIES TO WONDERFUL ' want you to biiug me a little wagon, roll and everything good to eat. Don t Cycles of time, Religious and. Secular. a toy pistol, some building blocks, a forget my playmate, little Heston Jewish Holidays. 4 knife, candy, cracker jacks, oranges, Driskell. I will go lo bed early and Protestant Church Days. MERITS NUMBER cotcantits, and every thing good I won't peep, From your little tootsic IN CONSTIPATION, Catholic 'Holy Days. have a little sister and baby brother wootsie, Elmer Carson bring them home toys and good Legal Holidays in Kentucky and .neighboring thing to eat Santa don't forget grand ' '. ' STOMACH TROUBLE AND CATARRH Not Twins, But Almost. States pa and grand ma Lyons. Bring them ' Mystic, Ky. Dear Santa: We are Flag Day, Hallowe'en, St. Valentines';.'DayV something too. Now Santa I'll go to two little boys just the same size but National Home, Wis., May 12, '19. about two and a half bottles and Postal Regulations. bed early and shut my eye tight. not twins no no. We are little broth"When I commenced taking Number while not feeling entirely well, I believe, Fiom Everett Beatty. Business Laws. ers, will he three and four years old 40 For The Blood, I was Buffering by continuing the use of 40, 1 wi ' , ', and we will tell you what we want Interest Table. with chronic constipation of a good get to feel as well as I could reasonWants Gum Boots Size 2 " you to bring us for Xmas Please Household Information. many years standing, which finally ably expect for a man of my age, 7C McQuady, Dear old Santa bring me the same that you bring Ky. developed into stomach troublo which years. Care of Horses, Hogs, Sheep, Poultry, AutomoI hardly know how to estiClause: I am a little boy ten years old brother and brother the same that you got' so bad 1 was unablo to cat any- mate the value of tho benefit I have and I go to school and am in the third bring me We want a toy gun so we biles, etc. ..' ' reader and 1 want you thing tbut did not cause great suffer- already received from tho uho of No, to bring me can hunt rabbits, rubber ball, toy Weights and Measures. . ing. I tried a good many doctors as 40, and cheerfully recommend it to a gun, gum boots No :.', and hunch ' ' 7 Boy Scout Page. . well as everything I could hear of anyone suffering as I was." Morris of fire crackers and oranges, bananas, "It Must Have Been Dead at Least 6 that was recommended for my com- Law. Witness to signature, Nelson Doctor's Page. I will go to bed early Smell." cocoauut and Months But Didn't plaint. I was also troubled with ca- II. Tease. 40 is a combination of , and Preservation of Fruits, Flowers, etc. shut my eyes tight and won't tarrh of long standing and I had tho best alteratives selected from the look. Your little boy, Stanley Lyons. "Saw a big rat in our cellar last Banking Law and Practice. dropsical dwellings in my feet and best prescriptions received and comFall," writes Mrs. Joanny, "and unklcb which the doctors said was pounded by J. C. Mcndcnhall, Evans-villbought a 35c cake of Wants. An Auto The work on these Almanacs is being rushed so that we cuused by a weak heart. I had about Ind., 40 years a druggist. Tho Amnions, Ky. My dear Santa Claus: broke it up into Small pieces. Last expect to have them in the hands of our readers within a few given up hopo of being much better best druggist In your neighborhood 1 will be six years old Jan 1. I am week while moving we came across when I saw mi ud. of your No. 40 in sells Number 40, but if it happens that days. Next week we will tell you more about the Almanac and j a good little boy. I go to bed early, the dead rat. Must have been dead a country paper and concluded to try ho does not, semi direct to..T. C. 'Meuden-hal- l why YOU should keep and value the one you will receive, P I want you to bring mean auto that six months, didn't smell. it. I felt so much better after taking Mediclnu Company, Kvansville, is wonderful." Three sizes 35c, 05c, i I can ride in, a scout air rifle, some one bottle that I sent direct to you Indiana, and receive it delivered to you ' fruits, caudies and nuts. Don't 'orget $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad THE IRECKENMDGE NEWS for three more bottles. I have taken at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles for $7.00. my mue cousins, wiwaru ueuou ana ' Payne & Co., Cloverport, and B. F. 4SthYCM , Homer Hickerson. Good bye. Your ' Beard & Co., Hardinshurg. Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE little friend, Oliver Lee Jolly. Beau-cham1 I soine-'thinI sisters Lucile and Marie and my brother lots of nice things. Now please don't forget to come liloise lilder. watch and a horn and lots and lots of fruits 'and candies. And if we are not asking too much please bring us a new pair of shoes. Bring jlada and mother something nice and don't forget grandpa and grandma Stiff, and p bring little cousin Josephine something as this is her first Xmas. Also remember all of my cousins with something nice. Your little boys. Judson Earl and Hcrschell Locksley Canary. oranges and nuts, fire crackers, roman candles and any thing else you want to bring me. Don't forget my little sitcr her name .is Marie, she is three years old and she wants a doll, some candy, oranges and don't forget mama and popie. From your little boy, Haskel Maysey. go to bed early and expect you. I am1 Xmas, Roscoe and Marshall Blair, as ever your little friend. Margaret Ramsev From Two Little Girls. Mattingly. Ky. My dear old Santa We are two little girls four and six years old, we have been very good and want you to come to see us Xmas1 and the other with a moonstone. We We want a ring, one set with a garnet want dolts, candy, oranges, apples and everything good. We will go to bed early and close our eyes tight. We are as ever your title girls, Ada and Nannie Belle Blair. The Breckenridge News 1921 Almanac Free 1 the Press a 1 ) I " i& , 40 ..- - " . " RAT-SNA- P, e, RAT-SNA- . ' f1 f. t" t .f ' '