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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY DECEMBER 10, 1919 ORDER CHRISTMAS MAGAZINES CLUBBING BATES 6IVF.N RFNFWAI S TAKEN BRECKINRIDGE NEWS M. 0. RSBBAGE Aftnl CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY FARMERS COMMNUITY I MEETINGS HEARD OF ALL OVER NATION. Meetings Will Be Carried On Again Next Summer. Kentucky an a prosperous, grow ing State, became know in every com munity from coast to coast as result of the farmers' community meeting held throughout the State last mm mer. This announcement was made hy members of the State Development Committee of the Board f Trade, who met yesterday afternoon in the Pendennis Club and unanimously vot ed to continue the meetings tiri sum mer. Dr. Francis Sage Bradl-y, Wash ington head of the children' bureau, who served a year in France doing reconstruction work, told how the farmers' meetingin Kentucky had at tracted much attention in the Capital. Among other speakers were: Dr. C. B. Cornell, of the university of Kentucky. Thomas Bryant of the FOR SALE OR TRADE Three good Percheron mares, 5 to 7 years old, (good ones), Two nice mares. One extra pair of work horses. Several odd horsesalso have 80 work mules. We are in the market for Springer cows. BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg. Ky. extension division. State College of Agriculture. Rodman Wiley, former Road Commissioner; the Rev Dr. R. L MeCready, dean of Christ Church , Cathredal; Dr A T. McCormack, sec retary of the State Board of Health; V. O Gilbert. Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction and George Colvin, Superintendent-elect of Public In- j struction. The committee in its report show- rd f.VTiO on hand to start its work next sumitler. Courier-Journal. ifitifiiffniiiiiiiifiiHimiiiMiifiiiiiiiiiiMitiiiiiiffiiiiuiiiifiiiiffiiitiiifiiiftiiiififfifninmmiMnntiinNim J WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS Why Mr. Joe Armatrong, Celebrated Dog Trainer, Uses Rat-Snap. "Noticed rats around my kennels, having hundreds of prise dogs, cottM n't take chances. Tried RAT-SNAP; in three weeks every rat disappeared Noticed that the dogs never went near RAT-SNAP. I tell my friends about RAT-SNAP." Use this sure rodent it's safe, comes in cake form. Three sizes. 25c, 50c, $1 00. Sold and guaran teed hy Conrad Payne & Co., Clover port; E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport ; B. F Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. BUT THEY AREN'T BBBB a '''I! I I f.rt "Fasting Is n grciit healer." "If fasting would do all Its advocates clnlm. we boarding-house Inmates would he the happiest on earth." TRY A WANT AD TODAY Xmas Gift Suggestions 4 UR big store is brimming over with gifts for Holi day giving. Read the items listed below and then come in and see for yourself what we have to offer you. Prices are right and stocks complete. Do your Xmas shopping early. Ladles' Coats at Special Price dive "her" one of the beautiful silver tone Coats. We have put on sale for Xmas selling. A lovely range of colors. $35 Value for $22.50 Georgette Blouses at Special Price of $6.98 A beautiful, yet sensible gift. We have them in all the wanted colors, exquisitely embroidered. for Little Girls and Utile Boys For Little (all sizes) Girls :.Tic to $2.75 - - - 50c - $1 50 Dolls Hay Dishes - -Sewing Machines - Musical Instruments - - - He to $2.75 Wash Day Outfits - - - 15c For Little Boys Trains .... $1.00 to $:.:.'." Tinkertoys ----- i5c Rifles - - - - $1.00 to $1.35 Wagons - - - $-'.50 to $9.50 Games of All Kinds Books of All Kinds Little Red Chairs for Baby 65c and Kiddie Cars $2.50 Gilt Suggestions Nut Bowls - - - - $2.50 and $3 00 Serving Trays - - $2.50 and $3.00 Thermos Bottles - - $2.50 and $4 00 Comb and Brush Sets - $1.00 to $4 00 Wall Mirrors $3.00 Water Sets $2.75 Beauty Piiis - - - 25c to $1.50 Art Beads - - - - 25c to $150 Necklaces - - - - $1.50 to $10.00 Perfumes Handkerchiefs attoays acceptable gifts We have a great big assortment 2."c, 35c and 50c. Men's Initial handkerchiefts at 90c for box of . Don't wait until too late to get Silk Stockings We have them now most all cojors and sizes $1.25 to $:.50. New Furniture tor Mother's Xmas Give mother a new chair, or a table, or a kitchen cabinet. We have plenty too choose from and prices right. Comtorts and Wool nap Blankets for Xmas A Gift that would receive a cherry wel come on Xmas morning, one of our warm, fluffy comforts, or blankets. Liberal size and pretty patterns. MAKE YOUR TOY PURCHASES AS SOON AS YOU CAN We Cannot Emphasize Too Strongly the Need of Immediate buying VI8TTORS to Baron's Tnylsnrt will And almost any toy tlu-y want. But quan tities are want because of the upcr In dustrial conditions of the pant aeveval months, they are very much less than those of former yearn. Kiddy Csrs $1.26 Hnmlrars $5 t Doll Cabc $y, 00 Doll Sulkies tl.ll Doll 8t rollers HJs Tricycles ill.S'J Wheelbarrows 6c Velocipedes 12 IS Coaster Wagons I 6 10 Express Wagons ,. . : 1$ Automobile California, Coasters .M Trains on Track $1.16 Steam Bnclnes Children's Desks ... Desk Chairs Aluminum Trn Bets Knamel Tea Sets 1 25 U.n he iri U Chlm Tea Sets $.1.00 Bkudder Cars 16 BO to Educational Bot.ro Doll Houses Bulldlntr Hlocks 26c Uamea Checkerboards Checker Pieces 16c Dominoes , 16c riaetlclne 26c to MOO to 17.11 to H8.00 to $2 15 to Vf) to 110 on to t.S) to $14.6" to to 11.26 to 117.60 to to to tc 118.00 to $.,5" to $1 80 to $6.75 td $6.00 Footballs 11.60 11.00 Drums 16c to Kitchen Cabinets .. 11.26 to Toy Trunks 60c to Tool Chests 11. U- to Roller Chimes 25c to Telephone Blackboards 39c to 18 111 82 00 13.15 12.65 $1.25 26c $6.00 16c to $ .60 to Stick Chimes . Fire En ul ihs . Hook and Ladders. $1.60 to Airplanes $1.89 to Tractor and Trailer Ambulances Saving's Bank .... 15c to Band Toys Tinker Toy Mechanical Toys Children's Chairs Children's Children s Its 26c S6c 17.01) $1.26 S.53 $1 00 ss 25c ISo !1.03 1.96 2.25 $.r Rockers $1.69 Tubles $1 25 1.25 Toy Stoves $1 00 I 5.00 Christmas .stockings 26c 5.0) Toddle Bikes rti Hobby Horses $7.60 ti.lii Swinging Horses ..$10.89 1.50 Shoo Files $1.69 I '1.00 Transports 5o to $10.00 to $3.5i to to to to to to to to 15.00 12.00 IS. 'M. 12 00 13 59 $17.00 $16.60 $4.01 $1.25 j 334 W. Market Louisville, Ky 213 4th Ave. j IllllllllllllllllilllffllllllllllllllllM LETTERS WE I APPRECIATE COMMISSIONER'S SALE BRECKINRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT, KENTUCKY w LVF-Beapd HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY- STARTS NEW THIS MONTH Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: Find enclosed money or der for 75 cents for which you can send me The Breckinridge News for six months starting the first of this month. As ever A. E. Pollock, Fry mire, Ky. SUBSCRIBES FROM BIRMINGHAM. Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Gentlemen: Enclosed post-office money order for 50 cents for four months subscription to The Breck enridge News. Kindly send to my ad dress. Oblige, Mrs. Etta Smith, 4916 First Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. RENEWAL The Breckenridge News, Clover port, Ky. Dear Sir: You will find enclosed $1.50 for renewal to The Breckenridge News. Nell Cashman, R. F D. 2, Box 535, Louisville, Ky. MOVED OUT OF THE COUNTY. Mr. J. D. Babbage. Dear Sir: As we have moved again, will ask you to please change my paper from Hard insburg. R. F. D. 3, Box 31, to 1625 Draper street, Indianapolis, 1ml . and oblige. Mrs. Otis Taul. IN FLORIDA FOR THE WINTER Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find check for the amount of bill. Please send my paper to me at Laurel, Fla. Yours truly. Mrs. L. B. Moremen. ANOTHER ONE FROM THE SOUTH. Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, ! Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed find money I order for $1.50 for which please send The Breckenridge News to Mrs. J. W. Bates, 2108 Palmer Avenue, New Orleans, La., for one year Very truly j yours, L Bats 1027 Lrescent Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. FROM MYSTIC. Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Kind Sir: Enclosed find money order for $1.50 to pay for The Breckenridge News for one year. Yours respect fully, B. H. Beauchamp. Mystic, Ky, MR. CHANCELLOR RENEWS. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: I enclose money order for 75 cents to pay for, The Breckenridge News for six months, beginning Oct. 26. Please extend my subscription from that date also please address the paper to Charlie Chancellor. At pre sent you have it Jas. Chancellor, Res pectfully, Charlie Chancellor, Axtel, Ky. . HE ENJOYS THE NEWS. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: Please change my address from 141 South College St., to 169 S. , College. 1 enjoy your paper highly. It is like a big letter from home each week. 1 was glad the people took so much interest iu the Corn and Tobac co show given by the Hardinsburg) i banks. I will make this brief and will write you a more lengthy one later to inform you of tome of the business I . is llta.l a T. . I in tnts great ruooer city, wun oesi I wishes, I remain. Sincerely, W.E. jMcGary, 169 -S. College St., Akron, O. RENEWAL OF MRS. DEHAVEN. I Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: You will find enclos- Plcasc send me I he Breck ews one year Yours truly. John W. Tlnosll Etc. Against Charlss May Guardian Etc Equity No. 4098 Wm. Tindall's line, thence N. 1QJ poles to a stone, thence West 46 poles to the beginning containing by sur vey 124 acres more or less. For the purchase price, the purch aser, with approved surety or securi ties, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid; and having the force and effect of a judgement. Lien retained to se cure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost, . .' Lee Walls, Commissioner. V. G. Babbage, Attorney. CARD OF THANKS. By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October Term thereof, 1919, in the above cause, for the sale, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to . offer for sale at the Court-House door j in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, I at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday ' . 1 n r I J -k I am ' . wie ...ii(i, uay oi Lcccinuer iviv, ai one o'clock P. M., or thereabout (be- We desire as a family to express ing County Court day.) upon a credit our thanks to kind relatives, neighbors of Six and Twelve months, the fol- and friends for their expressions of lowing described property, to -wit: sympathy and kind assistance shown The same lying near Mattingly in us during the illness and death of our this County. Beginning at a white oak, beloved husband and father. D. W. Wm. Tindalls corner, thence S. 16 E. Henry. 98 ooles to an Elm and White oak, in Mrs. Sarah Henry and Family. I ed check. U cornice N ii ;H sin v i For SeJe CLOVERPORT CITY PROPERTY 1. 3 lots with 6-room cottage on hill, near city limits. Has front porch, tile roof, cellar, water in kitchen, fruit for family use, and house in good condition. Price $1,300. 2 cash, balance in 3 annual pay ments. 2. 9. acres of ground adjoining above; 3 acres of bluegrass fenced for pasture, and remainder good tillable land. Has small 2-room house in good condition, good new barn. Price $1,300. i casn, balance in 3 annual payments. This and the above property may be sold to gether. x 3. 2 corner lots 100x175 on hill near city limits; with 3-room house, front porch, cellar, two cisterns, good stable and good chicken house. Price $1,050. $550 cash, balance in 5 annual payments. 4. 3 acres of ground within 1 square of schoolbouse has 1 acre in apple orchard, 6-room cottage, back porch, cellar, 2 cisterns, and necessary outbuildings. Price $1,800. yi cash, balance in 3 annual payments. . ' 9. 4-room cottage with front and back porch, across street from schoolhouse. Small stable and other outbuildings. Price $900. $500 cash, balance in 3 annual payments. 6. 1 acre of ground at foot of Bishop's hill; acre fenced for chicken lot. Has good 4-room cottage with hall and front porch. Also small stable and chickenhouse. Buildings newly roofed. Price $1,200. Yt cash, balance in 3 annual payments. 7. 1 lot 50x175 near Ice Plant, house jn good condition. Price $:.',00O. V cash, balance in 3 annual payments. 8. 1 lot 100x175, within 1)4 squares of Catholic church, good six room cottage, hall, bathroom, front porch, expensive electric fixtures good stable, cistern, washhouse and splendid garden. An attractive home. Price $2,000. Yi cash, balance in 3 annual payments. If interested, inquire of J. D. SEATON REAL ESTATE DEALER Cumb. 'Phone 89-J Cloverport, Ky.. "List with me for a ready sals." De Haven, Millwood, Ky.