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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS
JNO D CABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO
Issued Every Wednesday
EIGHT PAGES
CLOVERPQRT KY WEDNESDAY DEC 28 1910
Gr
waSubscription Price 100 a year in advance
BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per linoand5 cents for ench ad
ditional insertion
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10 cents per line
OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money
in advance
advanceExamine
Examine the labelonJyour paper D If it is not correct please
notify us
W M Mattingly of Long Lick came over Monday to visit his
c sister Mrs Rhodes near Irvington Mr Mattingly is a very enthusi
antic sheep man and is taking great interest in sheep since he captured
some good premiumns at the Breckenridso County Fair last Fall He
says his premium sheep were sold to Louisiana parties through his
neighbor Sidney Owen Mr Mattingly bought a fine thoroughbred
Southdown buck last fall and ho now has thirteen fine ewes from
which ho is expecting big results in the Spring Mr Mattingly is an
enterprising progressive farmer Ilnda good roads man Says we
have the best soil in Kentucky in Breckcnndgo county and the only
thing that keeps us from being the first county in the State is our
poor roads Mr Mattingly is right If every farmer would take up
the matter of good roads talk for them and work for them and see to
it that our road supervisors do their work right and in the right
Y places and at the right time of year this county would soon have
good roads People generally get what they want and work for Wake
up farmers on this all important question of good roads
Ia With the beginning of every New Year there are usually many
changes in business circles The first noticed is that in the firm of
j Hasten Whitworth Co of Hardinsburg Russell Compton has
been made manager to succeed C C Brock Mr Compton is a bro
f ther of Paul Compton who with Jess Whitworth controls the ma
a jority of the companys stock Wo are glad to see another Compton
boy coming into the business enterprises of the county He is with
a splendid firm which was organized about twelve years ago and one
that refuses fail ure From observation it can bo seen that industri
M ous patient steady young men can make good and tho Compton bro
thels and their business associates are of this class Let us watch
their industry with interest and wish them prosperity
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The State Democratic Committee met in Louisville last week and
ordered a primary for the various state offices to be hold May 27 1911
This may be a wise move on the part of the committee but it is not
the wish of tho rank and file of the Democrats in this county who
were almost unanimous for an old time Democratic convention The
thing for the Democrats to do now is to see to it that we have a fair
primary and a square deal to every candidate and then stand by the
nominee and see that he is elected
John Moredock tells this good story on his old friend Bill Hens
i ley who was a very enthusiastic worker for the stock law recently
voted on in the Hardinsburg district John says ho was eve + i more
4rf eager for the law to carry when he told him it included chickens but
i alas and alack when he cast his vote he voted against it instead of for
i it John says this is the first time in forty years he has gotten one on
Bill
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5 The old boys and girls of Cloverport all come back in the parlor
car which is a pretty good sign of their prosperity They wear good
looking clothes and joyous faces and seem to think that there is no i
place bettor than this old town after all
rte1orybody had a great Christmas We had such a big share of
15 the seasons joys that wo were ashamed to look Santa Claus in the
face Ho did so much more for us than we did for others
rr Wo direct attention to the meeting of the tobacco growers to
y bo hold at Irvington next Saturday This is an important meeting
for the tobacco men and should ho well attended
Cloverport had a deal of magnetism this Christmas So many
manyw
w happy family gatherings
Nice enough to send presents early but receiving them a week a
its I
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L A pretty good rule for tho now year is to see how much trading
U wo can do with our home merchants during nineteen eleven
I < Ono cant realize how short twelvo months are until time comes
to say Hello to the Now Year
I
f OLD TIME GIRDLES
r They Were Indispensable I Articles of
Ir Wear In the Middle Ages
Y In the middle ages at tho glrdlo were
hung the thousand and one odds and
ends needed and utilized In everyday
affairs The scrivener had his Inkhorn
r nnd pen attached to It the scholar his
book or books the monk his crucifix
and rosary tho innkeeper his tallies
and everybody his knife Su many
and so various were tho articles at
ached to It that tho flippant began to
poke fun In nil old play there is men
lion of a merchant who had hanging
at his girdle a pouch a spectacle case
k a puimlard a pen and Inkhorn and
n handkorcher with many other
trinkets besides of which a merry
companion said 9t was like a hub
r erdashers ulioj of small wares In
1another early ploy a lady says to her
J
7 maid Giro me my girdle and seo
t LookJ
J that pinchers tho penknife tho knife
knltot
t r to close letters with the bodkin the
1 RI ear picker nnd tho scale be in tho
1 4 case Girdle were In some respects
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like the chatelaines or moro moacra
times but they differed therefrom in
being moro useful more comprehen
sive in regard both to sex and to ar
ticles worn and when completely fin
ished more costly It is partly for this
reason that wo find girdles bequeathed
as precious heirlooms and as valuable
presents to keep tho givers memory
green after death They wero not in
frequently of great Intrinsic value
pain Rlnga
For tho maiden who travels much
or who Is going on a long visit an em
broidered napkin ring of white linen
is a timely and serviceable gift These
rings aro cut In strips of tho required
length with a triangular point at the
embroidered end and aro scalloped
and buttonholed all around A spray
of flowers makes a pretty decoration
with tho monogram of tho owner be
neath A buttonholed loop at tho very
end folds over nnd fastens to the tiny
pearl button at the other side Unlike
most embroidered pieces these rings
must be stiffly starched when laun
dered
Examined Dec 1316 by the State Bark
Examiner and the Board of Dire tors
REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF
The Bank of Hardinsburg
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Trust Company
conducting both a banking business and
Trust Company business at own of ILar
dlnsburg County of Hrcckonrldge
Suuu of Kentucky at the closo of
business on the 15 day of Dec
ember lUlU
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts with
one or more endorsers or
sureties ei7000403
Heal Ksttito Morteagps 5i3aO W
Cull Loans on CollMtoral 37fie9 00
Time Loans on Oolliilerul 5000 00
S S Bends 000
Other Siocki HoudiEtc OIK1 74 30IUS fO
Due from National Hanks 31787 40
Due from state trunks
and hunkers 0 CO
Duo trim Trust ComlJlln
is 000 34787 4C
United States And Nation
al Bank Notes 2MOO
MSpecie 7l
Cheeks and other Cash
Items 13 l 73
Exchange J for Clearing
House 0 00 13 3
Overdrafts secured 000
Overdrafts unsecured 1000 Ou 100000
Taxes 0 00
Current Expenses Paid 23i 42
Real Estate flanking
House 1600 00
Other Real Ertnto 1P10 29
Furniture and 11 itures 400 00
Other Assets not Includ
ed under any of above
heads 000 8375 7 1
TotalMCOC3 31
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock paid In In
cash one half of which
is Invested for tho Trust
business of the Company
as required in Section 012
A Kentucky Statutes 50000 00 S 50000 00
Surplus Fund 15000 00
Undivided Profits 758V 27
Fund to pay Taxes 0 00 22585 I
Deposits subject to check
ion which interest is I not
paid exclusive 1 of Trust
Funds = 148304 25
Deposits subJect to check
on which Interest Is paid 0 CO
Demand CrUIICllhIR of
Deposit run which inter
est Is pifdl 0 00
Time Certificates of De
posits on which Interest
Is paid at 3 per cent139052
Savings Deposltson which
Interest is I paid 0 00
Unlnvtstcd trust funds on
Deposit 0 00
Certified Checks 0 CO
Cashiers Checks Out
standing M 0 cO 287447 1
Duo Natlon51 Hanks 0 00
Due State Hanks and
Hankers 0 00
Due Trust Companies 0 00
Hills Payable 0 00
Notes and Hills rod Is
counted 000
Unpaid Dividends l 0 r0 <
Taxes duo and unpaid 0 OJ
Other Liabilities not in
cluded under any of tho
above heads 0 00
Totuti 500032 31
State County of of Kentucky Hrockanrldge li I rct r
I M IL Hoard cashier of tho above name
Hank do solemnly swear that tho abov
statement Is true to the haslet my knowledg
and belief M IL HEARD Cashlc
Subscribed and sworn to before mu this 2J
day of December 1110
My commission expires Jan 31 1010
PAUL COMPTON
COMPTONNotary
Notary Publl
CorrectIII I > HEARD
Correct B1IIKiNCIIEL0n
AttestA KINCHELOE
Attest u > W JJEAHU
BEAlmDIrectors
Director
oRElORT OP THE CONDITION OP THE
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Breckinridge Bank
Doing business in the town of Clover
port County of Breckenridge State
of Kentucky at the closo of busines
on the 15th day of Dec 1910
RESOURCES
1 Loans and Discounts 136817 20
2 U S and other Bonds
Stocks and Securities 68218 64
3 Due from Banks 24550 W <
4 Actual Cash on hand 867s 59 <
5 Checks cash items and
exchange for clearing 0 00
0 Overdrafts Secured
22848 Unsecured 92511G
84j 1104 32
7 Current expenses and
taxes paid 1411 22
8 Real Estate D724 71
Furniture and Fixtures
S23l9 20 Total 6043 01
9 Other Assets not includ
ed under any of the above
heads 147 34
Total 217018 68
LIABILITIES
10 Capital Stock paid In in
cash 45100 00 <
11 Surplus 6700 00 Un
divided profits 3200 39
Total 9100 39
12 Deposits on which inter
est Is paid 125093 21
Deposits on which interest
is not paid 62448 01
Total Deposits 8187541 22
18 Cashiers checks out
standing fO 00 Certified
checks 0 00 Total 0 00
14 Due to Banks 0 00
15 Notes and Bills redis
counted 0 00 Bills pay
able 5000 Total 5000 OC
16 Other liabilities not in
cluded under any of the
above heads 277 OJ
Total 247018 61
State of Kentucky
KontuckvSct
cnfCounty
County of Brecklnridge J
I A B Skillraan Cashier of the
above named Bank do solemnly swea
that the above statement is true to th
best of my knowledge and belief
A B Skillman Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before mE <
by A B Skillman Cashier this 24tl
day of Dec 1910
My Commission expires Jan 12 1014
O T Skillman
SkillmanNotary
Notary Public
W H Bowmer
Correct Attest l F L Lightfoot
J C Jarboe
Appropriate Styles
That elocutionist believes in dress
Ing the part for any recitation
How do you mean
Why when sho read the story abou
tbo sailors deserted on tho lonely Is
land sho word a costume of maroon
and at her lecture on Celtic wit hei
dress was trimmed with Irish point
Exchange
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REPORT OK THE CONDITION OF TilE
Bank of Cloverport
Doing business on Wall St Town of Clove
port County of llreckenridgo State of
Kootucky at tho close of business
on the lth day of December 1010
RESOURCES
1 Loans and Discounts 510811 I 02 i
2 U S and other Hands Stocks
and SecuiMtlM 000
3 Duo from Hanks 20441 25
4 Actual Cash ou Hand 2741 3t
5 Checks cash Items and exchange
Checkscashltemsandexclmngeforclearing l11
0 O erdrnfts secured 3J 48 un
securedSiO18 HJ2 I ro
T Current expenses and taxcspald 1011 50
8 Real I Estutu fO 00 Furniture and
Fixture It 000 001 Total 1000 Oil I
0 Other Assets not Included under
any of above beads 49J 111
Total 555015 79
LIABILITIES
I 10 Capital Stock add In In cash 520000 CO
11 Surplus 400UO Undivided pro
fits 1 427 OU total 482700
12 Deposits on which Interest Is
I paid 1372548 Deposits on
which Interest Is Dot paid 110
3i331 Total Deposits 30OS i9
13 Cashiers checks outstanding
10 001 Certified checks eo 00 To
tIM n 00
14 Duo to Hunks 100
15 Notes and Rills rediscounted
fl 00000 Bills payable sOOO
Total 1000 00
10 Other Llntl1Mes 1 not Included
under any of tho above heads P 00 1
Total 155815 71
I A A Simons Prctident of tho anon
named Bank do solemnly swear that tho
above statement Is true to tho best of wy
knowledge and oellcf fcI fell
cJ ED A A SIMONS PresIdent
Subscribed and sworn to before mo by A
A Simons President this 24th day of Dec
ember 1110
My commission expires Jan 10 1014
MARION WEATHEUHOLT
WEATHEUHOLTNotary
A A SIMONS
Correct Attest R L OELXE
I JOHN A UARRYDirector
Director
REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE
E H Shelman Co
C = Sd 1IIoiI r +
Bankers doing business at the town of
Irvington County of Breckenridge
State of Kentucky at the close of
business on the 15th day of Decem
ber 1010
RESOURCES
1 Loans and Discounts 734328
I 2 U S and other Bonds
Stocks and Securities 10 00
51 Due from Bank 82tr 61
4 Actual Cash on hand 4091 12
5 Checks cash items and
exchange for clearing 0 00
0 Ov er drafts Secured
1071 77 Unsecured
1632 10 2703 98
Current expenses and
taxes paid 130 85
8 Real Estate 1024 77j
Furniture and Fixtures
05Sl3 Total 1679 90
9 Other Assets not Included
under any of the above
heads 92 97
Total 90383 23
LIABILITIES
10 Capital Stock paid in in
cash 15000 00
11 Surplus 1000000 Un
divided profits 0 00 Total 10000 00
12 Deposits on which inter
est is paid 12407 03
Deposits on which interest is
not paid 48752 52
Total Deposits 01159 55
13 Cashiers checks out
standing 884 07 Certified
checks 0 00 Total 81 97
14 Due to Banks 0 00
15 Notes and Bills redis
counted 0 00 Bills pay
able 0 00 Total 0 00
16 Other liabilities not in
cluded under any of the
above heads 4138 71
Total 00383 23
State of Kentucky 1 Set
County of Breckenridge J
I M H Cornwall cashier of the
above named Bank do solemnly swea
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief
M H Cornwall
CornwallCashier
Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before ra <
by M H Cornwall this 24 day of Dec
1910
Matt P Ptyne Dep C C Clerk
L E Henderson
Correct Attest l R S Bandy
E H Shelman
ShelmanDirectors
Directors
COLLEGIANS WILL FLY
Harvard and Columbia Arrange New
Sport Competition
The first intercollegiate aviation con
I test will bo held next spring between
I Harvard and Columbia at Belmont
park The Harvard Aero club sent n i
challenge for a gliding contest to tin
I Columbia station of tho aeronautini
reserve recently and the Columbia
students bavo obtained the permission
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of tho faculty committee on organiza
I Uou to go ahead and arrange for the
contestIt
It Is expected that the Columbia club
will insist on motor driven contrlv
I
ances If this suggestion Is adopted the Co
I lumbla students will Immediately be
gin work on a biplane Philip W
Wilcox who built a biplane at Colum
bia a year ago will hnvo supervisor
I of the construction of the machine but
all the work will bo done by students
Only a little cold in the head ma
I be the beginning of an obstinate case oj
Nasal Catarrh Drive out the invade
with Elys Cream Balm applied straigh
to the Inflamed stuffed up airpassages
Price 50c If you prefer to use tit
atomizer ask for Liquid Cream Balm
It has all the good qualities of the solid
form of this remedy and will rid you 01
catarrh or hay fever No cocaine tc <
breed a dreadful habit No mercury tc <
dry our the secretions Price 75cl
with spraying tube All druggists 01
mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Streo
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Taxpayers
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I Notice To Those Who Have
I Not Paid 1910 Taxes
I You have now let the penalty
I go on and you should stop the
I cost of this right where it is i j
I I am at my office all the time I
I and you can stop in and pay any I j
day 2
I Dont forget that everything J
i must be paid up by Jan 1 1911 I j
I as Mr Sheeran is looking to me to IT
I do my duty and I shall try to do it I j
I COME IN 1
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isSecond DistrictI
m flDfBfI r
Plymouth Rocks
I ntii now offering for immediate delivery 15 very choice Barred Plymouth
Rock cockerels They are choicely bred and large Price 100 each
IMrs W R Moorman Glendeane Ky
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REPORT OK THE CONDITION OF THE
Bank of Glen Dean
Doing business in the Town of Glen
Dean County of Breckenridge State
of Kentucky at the close of business
on the 15th day of December 1910
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts 841983 84
Cash on hand and due
from banks 73 9 11
Overdrafts 763 42
Current expenses and
taxes paid 1832 08
Real estate 308371
Furniture and
Fixtures 1300 Oil
Total 4338 71
Other assets not includ
ed under any of the
above heads 0 00
Total 563 17 20 <
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
in cash 15000 00
Surplus and undivided
profits 2245 D4
Deposits on which in
terest is paid f 19397 54
Deposits on which inter
est is not paid1774945
Total Deposits 37146 05
Cashiers Checks out
standing 76 71
Due to banks 1840 55
Total 56317 21
State of Kentucky
Sct
SctCounty
County of Breckenridge
I P C Snyder Cashier of the above
named Bank do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief
P C Snyder Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me
by P C Snyder this 23 day of Dec
1010 My commission expires Feb 23 1914
W C Moorman
MoormanNotary
Notary Public
D C Moorman
Correct Attest A E Smith
Morris Wilson
WilsonDirectors
Directors
Tile Pet Cat
Cats need careful feeding and It Is
not generally believed that they can
and will It taught cat green vege
tables They should be given these
in tlio form of cabbage cauliflower
and asparagus onco every day and
that ut noon
Strangely enough the pet cats heavi
est meal consisting of four ounces of
meat should be given nt night nnd It
should invariably be run through n
chopper Potatoes are excluded from
tho diet of all wtll cared for cats but
sardines arc given twice a week and
only In cold weather
Cats have individual tastes that may
be gratified witbU reason Tho ordi
nary American fit and It Is more sat
I isfactory than tlo Angoramay oven
bo given peaches or currants or cocoa
l nut These are mentioned because
they were the iwcullar dainties most
liked by a cnt of the writers acquaint
ance
I anceAll of the cats milk Is boiled and
I given warm and well diluted and last
but very Important n dally supply of
fresh water and green grass is abso
lutely necessary
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REPORT OP THE CONDITION OH1 THE
First State Bank
Doing business at the town of Irving
ton County of Breckenridge State of
Kentucky at the close of business on
the 15th day of December 1010
RESOURCES Y
1 Loans and Discounts 08018 451
2 U S and other Bonds Q
Stocks and Securities 0 00
3 Due from Banks 13749 69
4 Actual Cash on hand 4208 45
5 Checks gash items and
exchange for clearing 0 00 °
0 Overdrafts Secured
90988 Unsecured 881285 1722 73
7 Current expenses and J J
taxes paid 078 01 1
8 Real Estate 4000 Fur
niture and Fixtures 1660
81 Total 566981
0 Other Assets not included
under any of the above
heads 0 00
e
Total 8U4437 14
10 Capital Stock LIABILITIES paid in iniT iT
cash 15000 00n
11 Surplus I9120 undivid
ed profits 1570 Q4 Total 206s 23 f
12 Deposits on which inter i
est is paid 34720 63
Deposits on which interest is < >
not paid 14204228 7
Total Deposits 77371 91
13 Cashiers checks out
standing 0 00 Certified
checks JO 00 Total 0 00
rchecks r to Banks o 00
15 Notes and Bills redis
counted 0 00 Bills pay
able 0 00 Total 0 00
16 Other liabilities not inA
A
cluded under any of the
above heads o 00
Total 04437 14
14State
State of Kentucky Vb
County of Breckenridge j5301
I J C Payne Cashier of the aboveii
named Bank do solemnly swear that f
fthe
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of my knowledge and belief
beliefiJ
J C Payne Cashl rc
Subscribed and sworn to before me J
Jby
My Commission expires 2161014 f
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Notary Public
WimpCorrect 1
Correct Attest JrC
J C M McGlothlan
McGlothlanDirections
Directionst
Recent Stock Sales
W R Moorman Son report follow
ing sales j
1 Polled Durham bull S E Keeley
Trenton Tcnn12 Poland China bred
gilts W J Owen Sons Hardins
burg j 2 bred tilts S C Haycraft I
Son Kirk 1 bred gilt X D Clardy
Son Big Rock Tenn 1 boar J H Lee
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If the best is = not too good for you
Lewlsport Best Flour Is the flour you
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