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THE BREOKE&RIDGE NEWS.
ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT.
VOL. XXXV! I
CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1912.
ANTA CLAUSE GETS AN
Just Three Years Old.
ar Santa: I am a good little glr 3
irs old and want you to bring' me a
mo. set of furs, a doll that goes to
hen. a ring and lots of fruits and can-
$'. Dont forgetmy bapa, mamma and
tie brother. I will go to bed early
wont peep. Your little girl,
Helen Francis Berry,
School And Sunday School.
n.r Qinh rilniis! As sister Is writ-
I in? you a letter, I will write you one
too. I am a very good boy, 8 years old
i nri an la Rchool every day. Please
s hrlng me a rain coat, a hat, foot ball
ad anything else you think real nice
. tnit nf mv acre. De.ir Santa, brlncr
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i Shi "XailB . 7W,
sister a rocking chafr she forgot to
mention it in her letter s please dont
forget it Bring us a big Xmas tree
with lots of things on it. .Also remem
ber papa and mamma, with many use
ful presents, Your little boy,
Paul Edward Berry. ,
Home at Mattingly.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl
eight years old, I want you to bring
Tne a set of little dishes and a -little
table and a ring, apples, oranges and
candles and bring my little sister, Flora
Pauline a doll and please don't forget
papa and mama. From Mary E Ryan.
""y,'y -I.- vwfji
-mi ' jajy
js'arOldsWaClatti: I would like
fat you to nnng me a reu wogun uuu
)MrB. I will appreclate.what you bring,
War lots of candles and nuts for I
pMt like fruit. Ypur little friend,
George Frederick Crist.
Diesn't Ask For Much.
Dear Santa: As it wont be very
;,log till Christmas I will tell you what
Ii wwd like to have. I want a horn,
HM IBS a limo nanvu. um, u.a
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ch of you as I have several brothers
I sitters' anu sister wants so mucn.
iYour lovinar little friend,
Lovely Little Girl.
TWar Santa Claus: As it wont be
9m3 oag till you make your visit, I
BtudU tell vou what I want you to brlncr
fyk. I would llk a big dell, set' of
I, dark sat of furs, and sose frutt
mute. Hoping you will remember
r pat-eats and little brothers also, I
1 clow. Your loving friend.
Virginia Furrow, Cloverport.
Ct T led Early.
Qw Santa Claus; I am a little boy
six years old, l wuld lik for you to
trtp: m a wagon, a rocking horse,
oae pistol cap, roman oaauiei, nre
AVALANCHE OF LETTERS
crackers, candies, oranges, bananas
and all kinds of nuts and most any
thing that will suit a little boy like me.
I will go to bed early and shut my eyes
tight. Your little boy, Wlllard Tru
man Whoberry, McQuady, Ky.
Dear Santa: As Xmas is so near I
will write you and tell you' what I
would like to have. We have moved.
We lived in a town last Xmas but now
wo are living on a farm You was a
good old fellow last year, but mother
says you wont come this time, I am so
bad, but I think I am good as most ev
ery other little girl. Hope you will
think so. I will tell you what I want,
I want a ring with my initial on it and
a set of white furs, and bring my little
sister, Eclud, a doll she can't break.
Bring everything good to eat as I am a
dear lover of fruits and candles.
Your HUle girl,
Annie Laura Jolly.
P. S. Say, Santa Claus, I am named
for my two grandmothers. Tell them
to get me something nice,
In Sight of Big Road.
Dear Santa Claus: As It alnt long
till Christmas I thought I would write
you a few lines to let you know what I
want you to bring me, but we don't
live where we did last Christmas, but I
think you can find our house. We are
living In sight of the big road. You
can't miss the way. I will tell vou
what I want. I want all kinds candies,
nuts, raisins, bananas, .etc. I go to
school to Aunt Mamie "Pate. She is
such a good teacher, I love to go to
her. You will find my letter In the
News. Don't forget my little brother,
Luther, he likes candy too. As the
clock Is striking eight I will go to bed
and be ready for school in the morning.
Mary E. Hendrick,
Grandparents at McQuady.
Dear Old Santa: I am a little boy
six years old. I want you to bring me
some mixed nuts and all kinds of can
dys, oranges, bananas, raisins, and I
want a tricycle that I can ride on so I
can go see my grandparents at Mc
Quady, Mr. and Mrs. Wni. L. Ball and
Mrs. May Weatherford, and I have a
little brother, Dempster Ball, bring
him seme nice things. He Is five years
old, and my little sister, Etta May Ball.
Bring her a doll and some other nice
things. We will all be as good as we
can and go to bed ea'tly and try to go
to sleep. I close with Ibve to you.
Your little boy,
Wllber Louis Ball,
v 313 N. M. St., Liberty, Mo.
P. S. I want some little tin soldiers.
Please don't forget us.
Just Five Years Old.
Dear Old Santa Claus: As Xmas is
almost here I thought I would write
and t41 you what I wanU Please bring
me some candy, oranges, coooaauts,
nge and ralslas and anything that you
think would pleasw a little 5 year old
boy, and doto't forget my trvo little
Continued on ye t.
For The Christmas Stocking
IT is the thought find not thb prcsont thnt -is appreciated
ANYBODY , who wants to, can find something to give,
if ho wants to pivo it.
IT is hotter to give than to receive. t
ALL these arguments arid'aithousand more aro put up
for giving and to mukrpeoplo. see that the ony happy
Christinas, is the ChrUtnas of giving.
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Y0T7 may say all you want to about the pleasure of giv
ingbut wo aro hero to tell you there is another pleas
ure on the othor side of. it receiving,
BUT receiving ceases tolbe a pleasure when you receive
something that s'trikomno responsive chord in your
heart, that does not appeal to your intellect, nor satis
fies your appetite, nor meets your needs, nor suits
THEREFORE, the things to consider when buying a
present aro: the heart4 thoJhtellccfc, the hppetito, the
need or fancy of the person you are to remember.
HAVING said all this, we want your attention a minute
longer to say a word about The Breckenndgo News.
.NEXT Tuesday evening'tho
press in plenty of time for
and we know the person who receives it as a Christ
... .a. .... ... ...
mas present, will recognize
sivo chord in"the heart pf
week, year in and year out. that makes it the present
that is a pleasure to receive.
$1.00 A YEAR. ' 25c for 3 Months.
Remember Four Friends With One Dollar v
AN attractive Christmas Card wilPbe.sent with (ho paper
next Wednesday morning. Xr '
JNO. D. fe&BBAGE, Publisher
., Cloverport, Ky. m.
Dr. H. E, Royalty and M. B. fclnch
eloe were in Louisville last week.
Misses Jennie Green, 'of Falls of
Rough, Anna Eliza Robertson, of Eliza
bethtown, were the guests of Mrs.
Morris H. Beard Friday and Saturday,
Misses Kathleen and Reglna Hoben
and brother, Willie are on the sick list.
Mrs. John Beeler, of Kirk, was the
guest of Mrs. Leslie Walker last week.
Ves Smith, of Glen Dean, was in
town on business Friday.
Mrs. Joel H. Pile was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Orrln Hardln, near
Cloverport, last week,
Abel Glllingwaters, of Irvington,
Ellhu Meador, of Klngswood, and Rol
and Smith, of Stephensport, were in
Miss Frances Moorman, of Falls of
Rough, was the week-end guest of Miss
Robert Moorman, of Glen Dean, was
a visitor in town Friday and Saturday.
Judge Matthias Miller has returned
from a visit to Hancock county.
Miss Mary E Kennedy, of Louisville,
is with her parents for a visit until aft
ter the holidays.
Miss Fanuy Whlttlnghlll will leave
for Fordsville Saturday to spend the
holidays with her parents,
Dr. Win. I. Milner, of Union Star,
one of the directors of the Farmers
Bank was in town Saturday,
E. B. Hennlnger and Marshal Norton,
of West View, were among the Satur
Charlie and Jim Dean, E. B, Baxter,
of Glen Bean, and W. T. Macy, of Har
ned, were in town on business Satur
day, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trent, of Custer,
were visiting Mrs. Dickie Miller, of
New Bethel, last week.
Miss Nannie Kinch,eloe has returned
from Louisville where she has been for
a visit. 4' a
' Misses Ruth and Martha named
have returned from Garfield where
they went for ( visit to their parents,
Br. and Mrs. U. C, Hamed.
Misa Elnera Robertson, of Glea Dean,
paper willcoirjjfrom the
the Christmas stocking,
all its qualities ns an ideal
NEWS&trikcs that rcspon
thoonewho leads it every
was the guest of her grand-parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hensley, last week.
Russell Compton and Miss Delia
Kincheloe spent Sunday in Garfield.
Mrs. P. M. Beard and daughters,
Misses Virginia and Clara, have re
turned from Louisville where they had
been for a few days shopping.
Dr. Allen L. Kincheloe, of McQuady,
was in town last Monday.
Lindsay Kincheloe will be the guest
of his parents, lr. and Mrs. Marcus
Kincheloe, for several weeks.
Misses Lillian Beard and Margaret
Peyton are at home from the Falls of
Rough where they have been for a vis
it to Miss Frances Moorman.
Little Miss Ruth Whitworth, the
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Whitworth, has been critically 111 for
several days Sunday nlghc Or. Dugan,
a specialist of Louisville, came to con
sult with Dr. Jno. E. Kincheloe.
Mrs. Kate Jones Beard announces
the engagement of her daughter, Anita'
La Rue to Mr. Lewis Harl( Kincheloe.
The date for the wedding has not been
Enjoyed The Show In Chicago.
Dear Mr. Babbage: I have never
thanked you for those tickets you sent
me to the live stock exposition. I cer
tainly enjoyed it immensely, i did not
get to go but twice, but the way things
went off was wonderful. They certain
ly had some fine looking stock and I
sura enjoyed seeing them for it made
me think of some fine cattle and horses
I had seen in Kentucky.
I don't know what I would do if I had
to do without the News for it is just
like a letter from home. 'That is one
thing I look forward to as much as I
do the letters from my mother.
Am doing fine here but I believe I
like Ky. the best. I wanted to let you
know that I received the tickets and
aojeyed it all. Yours sincerely,
Mr. and Mrs. Ttwiuas Newton Mo
The Woman Makes the Home
She mikes it best who, looking' after the
culinary department, turns her back resolute
ly upon unhealthful, oxNeyen suspicious, food
accessories. She is economical; she knows
that true economy does not consist in the use
of inferior meat, flour, or bakingi)Owder. She
is an earnest advocate of home made, home
bakeH food, and has proved the tmth of the
statements of the experts that the best cook
ingjin the world today is done with Royal
Glothlan announce the engagement of
their daujhter, Miss Mabel Brashear
McGbthUn to Mr. John Fitchnor
Johnson. The wedding will take place
in Louisville during tho "holidays.
Mrs. Henry Yeager III.
Mrs. Henry Yeager, who has had a
siege of serious illness nt her home in
Second street, is better thi3 week Her
friends are anxious for tier to get well
that she may have a happy Christmas
and a bright New Year.
Delighted With New Home.
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Mr. Haggin who purch 'Sed "the Hen
derson farm arrivod with his family
last week and have taken possesion of
their new home. Mr. Haggin is well
pleased with his place, his family also
are pleased. Here is wishing Mr. Hag
gin and his family a long life bounding
with prosperity in this their new home.
Mr. Hoggin comes from Mercer high
ly recommended by his home people.
From a Little Girl
Dear Santa Claus: Will you please
sir bring me a little stove, a doll, a bed
some dishes, I wish you would bring me
some candies, some nuts, some oranges,
some grape fruit and some bananas and
some grapes also. I have been a good
girl I have not missed but one day of
school, ana I mind my momma and pap
pa. Well I dont guess I want anything
else so I guess I will have to close.
Vera E. Dugan.
Grateful to Santa
Dear Santa Claus: I Uv near Ball
town I am a little girl five ears old.
I will be a good little girl, you please
bring me a big doll and a little doll and
cradle a little looking glass a little
lamp a little dresser and candy oranges
bananas, I will go to bed early and wont
look be sure and come. I will thank
you, good by Santa, Winnie Lee Pate.
Wants a Wagon.
Dear 6ld Santa Clause: I am a lit
tle boy 4 years old I will tell you what
I want for Xmas a wagon a horn can
dy nuts fruit and I have a little sister,
bring her a doll also bring Dady some
thing his name is Jim I will be a good
little boy if I can untlll Xmas. From
James Merlin Rose.
Santa Claus Letters
Received Too Late
The editor of The Dreckenndge
Nws is very sorry., that soma letters
reached the office too late for publica
tion. Send them early next year. The
letters were'from the following: Wllber
beHuyPate, Wallace Brown, Robert
Ryan, Susie L. Ahl and James Ahl.
A Rapid Counter.
Willie was wakeful and his mother
told him to count and keep on count
ing until he went to sleep.. All was
quiet for about an hour, whea h
"Well, dear, what Is it?"
"What comes after trillions!"
Robertson Brothers Made
A Success-Large Sale of Fine
Mules-Stock Shipped From
Webster And Irvington.
OTHER STOCK SALES NOTED
-The. Uve .stock market in th,s coun
ty whs pretty active lust week. There
was much buying, selling ana shipping
and the value of business run 'Up to
many thousands of dollars.
The Robertson Bros, shipped two car
loads of mules from Glen Dean to Ala
bama at very satisfactory prices. Beard
Bros, shipped two car loads of cattle
from Hardinsburg and struck a very1
firm market. They sold cattle at from 5
to 7 cents.
Harry Norton shipped two cars mixed
stock from Webster, and Paul Wilson
two cars from Irvington.
There was a buyer in the county from
Owensboro wanting 200 hend of cattle
Hawkins Smith sold Vic Robertson 5
head of mules for $1045. Alf Taylor a
pair for $4)0, and bought a pair for
Ernest Henderson had a good crowd
at his sale and all his stock went at
good prices. He had some fine mules,
and tossey horses which brought out
some lively bidding. Four head of Jer
sey cows were the best sellers going at
an average of a little less than $75 per
head, His stock certainly showed up
Jonas Lyons sold Vic RoSertson a
mule for 3180.
Friends and relatives in this city
have received the following announce
ment: Mrs. Kdward Cushmore an
nounces the marriage of her daughter,
Ethel Jean Haygarth to Mr, Alf flit
Davis on Saturday, the seventh of
December, nineteen hundred, twelve,
Mr. Davis Is the son of, Mrs. Annla
Davis, of Louisvllje, and a cousin of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smith, of Steph
ensport. Mr. Odewalt III.
O. T. Odewalt, oculist and pharmlst,
Gibsou & Son, has been ill several days.
Mr. Odewalt has been missed from his
. , i..L.jmmmw
iua. ui uuii
-has been most
faithful ever since he came to Clover- Vi
Big Barn. a
E. U. Shelman has just completed a
line barn on his farm near Union Star.
It is 40x60x40. It will hQUip toas
of hay and 100 head of cattle. Mr. Shel
man was the architect and builder ami
U very Wa4.1t,