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THAT M n N F. t jyts ro v rs ?.rFF, rr so t in tN HAtim 1 1 hi. ( kii, ACCOIIN T H I K I Tilt V It IS !Ff FKOU 41.1 rnc.f.Ks or i n s tii HOW ii i in i i ni'Ri.i rr 1 1 lit mt wo.vr OF ... mt nrvvG of rf rocKf.r .1 CUT CCK MOM " S AM r r7 K I f. AT cms ion ion mu BHK 0F CLOYERPORT f PROCEEDINGS. (CMtfMtd from last Wttfc) S H l)ix, justice in Jolly sheep clsim 50 George Harris holding inqm st, Arch Robertson, summoning jury Ac ! I" (Vus i BhtllmaD, nwlc, (itemized) II 20 J C Nolte Bm for school books furnished I IS Paal Compton, insurance on court house 79 4O I, L Wagoner, claim for paint furnished 16 64 Dennie Sheeraii, Sleriff claim itemized, appeal aske.l for by county attorney to Circuit C:nrt, which is granted 160 ."i0 Sam Dix, claim for holding in tjiicst, Rusf-ell W'ittmiback, summoning jury 7 50 11 M l'.eard, county clerk claim itemized, sippeal asked for bv county attornty to Circuit Coart which to granted 201 r At fisc il court continued and held ill am! fOf the County ol Hteckt in idge, State ol Kv., at Ilardinsburg on the 41I1 day of October, 1,11 Piesent Hon. L.L. Waggoner, J,"l'le Hreckenndge County Coin I, with Uih following name justice of the peace G A W.ight, Q, N. Har ris, Sam Dix, Han Ou.ggi ns and H. A. Whittinghill, al)sent .1 no. N. Akeis: Dr J K Kinchelue, claim as health officer for B'ei ken ridge county allowtd 7") IHJ A K Kincbflo , claim for one day county attorney prjteui 5 00 Juo I' Ha. Weil, el MM 'or assist ance in Sheriff settlement al lowed 25 00 On motion ol B, A WhittiBfrbil sec onded t y G. A. W right II is inde ed by th- D Hit tliat an advalo.em tax district of thirty cents (30) 011 each $100 of tax able proMftl in the raiboad tax ilisti Id of BreckenridgeConntV be and the same is herein lavtod fir the year, 1011 This tax is levied 10 produce a fund for the payment ol claims against said district, to pay the iulertst coupon, and tlir bon Is ol Mid districts. The Sheriff un 'er his bond for the collection of trie conn' y levy is ordered to eolloel sai I t ix and to pay same ver to the Coniini-i-ioiii 1 if sail district who shall app's tue r-ame to the pay ment of ;,iiv claim fro 11 sai t lax district and or' er. d pai 1 by the Count), and then to th- piyment ol the inteiest c u pans due and unpaid, sml then to the payment of the binds. The c upniisaid bonds paid by mU Commis .loner, shall bedeliveied to him ly the holder and the receipt float the Commissioner to the SherifT for the amount paid by the Sheriff to him shall be a voucher to t'le Sheriff in his settlement and a yea and n ote being taken on foregoing order resulted as follows: Sim D'x, yea, H.A. Whittinghill, yea, I). J. yviggitis, yen. Q N. IIarii, y a. G. A. Wright, yea. Anil having carried is made theord.r of tins coart, (in motiiin of II. A. Whittinghill, sec ond il by ''. N Harris, it is ordered by the court that Judge L. L. Waggoner be and be is hereby authorized to insu e the court house 111 a sum not exceeding M 000 00 for three years when the pres eut insurance expires. And a sum not exceeding 900 00 is hereby appropri ated payable out of the 191 1 levy fir s dd purpose, and when said iusurance il tiik.-n oi't the County Clerk isauthri i.ed upon the order of the said L,. L Waggoner lo draw a county warrant payable to the agent with whom said in surance i t ikon, Slid motion carried by a unanimous vote and is made the order of this cr urt. K G Oa 'liner, claim for books furnished i 'digent children allowed 1 23 T T Hoben, claim for mdse. fur nished coumv (itemized) al lowed 5 4O Dr J W Meador, claim for med ical attention Lars-n L iwrey and f mily allowed 11 00 Dr J W Meador, claim holding inquest body ol Clement Niuimo ' 00 A Ct nitiiittt o c.imposi d of G.N, II ir ris and It, A. Wright is hereby appoint ed to examine the report of V, M Hes lOT, pauper Com ml -sionei : after exam ination of same, committee rt ported they found same coi ect ami recom mender! same be adopter!. Then upon motion ol . A. Wright, seconded by Sam Dix the report of the poor fa MM ( ' ni.uiissioiier i-1 a lop'ed and confirmed anil all the cl lims reported theiein il now allowed, p v ibla out of the l9vy ol 1011, which report to in word and fig ures as follows to wit: To the FliC il G mrt ol Hi eckenridge county: the under igiied 1'aupe- C0111 iiissiouer of B eckenridge count re ipectfalljf in'mitr report of his acts sluce Oct. 1, loin 10 Oct. I,l9ll. Nam iei uf paupers in po;r hou e Oct. 1, I9IO-8. Number ol peapri received iu poor hous since Oct. I, ly 10 10. X imtwr of pauper) an 1 their names, discharged from poor house since Oct. J 1, 1010 J T'K ii.ilie- and dates of paupers re ceifed and di-chirged are: Myriatn Itaiham receivrd at por houie Jun. nary 2n tVtt, dis disrged April 8, Mi Obtl Mcrj laity recfivnl at p oi bouse l'ebrnar 1, mil. dichacs;ed fi t time Atir I 4, I9II, received -c ind tiu .lu l h, lilll, duohsrgrrl lat li me Aug. H, Mi Nnm'ier of pan lers who have died since ( Mt, I. mt I, N ones nt paupers wfai- have died ai.ice )jt. Ii 1010, Andrew A ems died Jan, 9, I9II, J. II. Supp dul March lj I9II. Number of paupers in p lor h ue on date of this report 12. Names ol pmpcrs 11 poor house on date of this report ate Oei rg- Hull-., (', orge H .nOl. toii, W I1 I.ogsdon, Juo. C. Willett, Annie M. Wil letl, Kachel Loyd, Peler H.-al, Jennie Wallace, Mary V. 1'iey, Jaiiirs rainier, Sam Pool, Sis Robertson Nunies of paupers who have died out side of p r house since Oct. I, IglO' Joe Furrow died Sept. 2a, 1011, Kli Da vidson died Aug. 2a, 1911, Frank Hen- in dead Aug. 191 1. Number of paupers being cared foi out side of poor house Oct. I, I9IO :!0. Anderson Akins, Sarah Frank, Mrs. Newt Huntey, J- bennctt, Mis. Hen Duncan, Cornelia Schaffer, Lee Ilors ley, Frank Heavin, Mollie Bland, Mrs. Rosa Hilbsr Cr. U. tiihson, Atnan la lilankeiship, Juo. W. ICirler, Sis Robert sou, Corbit Amnions, Mrs. Abe Whit worth, Ivtnaliue Noble, Chan. Hinnett, T. N. Berry, Courtney Askins, Mis Margaret Hale, Sylvester Hughes' wid ow, Anetiaua Anderson, H11 Dafi hsasj, Mamie Asklus, Mural Asklns, Mrs. Tom demons, Joe Furrow, Mrs. Sallie Blair, Mis. Clara Kasham. Numoer of paupers wiuhave been al lowed assistance outside of p oi house since Oct. I, 1010. Their names are Courtney Askius, Mrs. Maigaret Hare, Sylvester Hughes' widow, Amelius, Aa derson, Mis. Prml Stinnett, Frank Beavio, BU DaviiLon, Joe F'uirow. N umbei of paupers outside of poor house to whom temporary assistance has been allowed since Oct. I, I9IO. To mdse. lor Foi rest Gray. Collin lor wife ol Iva Hardin. To mdse. lor Una Heal. To mdse. for Carolina lirackslou, To mdse. lor Mrs. Bddie Stinnett. To muse, for Dock Horslev. To mdse. for If aliass Douglas. To ixiilse. Mis. Lauia Ivttiertou died Sept. r, Iflt The uamcs of persons outside of poor house, their allowance per month and 11.11:1 - ol their truftees.-irn.'e Oct. 1, 1911, Andrew Askius, li'nice M001 eaaa, truitte, allowance (o.uO a 111 mih, four mouths, '-0 00 Bam lias Noble, D. S. Richard son, trustee, allowance fi 00 a m mlh, twelve months, :!( 00 Cuarles PeMWtt, ICd Glasscock, tiuslee, alloAituce $4,00 a month, two months, S 00 J no R Bitter, Allie Pate trustee, allowance f$. 00 a tttODlh, twelve months, M 00 SsR.beitson, Robt Weather fo rd trattM, allowance $:i 00 a OOtn, ten months and five days, 3O 7 Mrs Sallie Blair, Geo McCub Uns tru tee, allowance f2 50 a month, twelve months, 30 00 Corbit Amnions, A A Richard son tiuslee, 4'' 41 Mr. Clara llisham, Jackson Brear tru tee, allowance fi.VQ a month, twelve months, 3 00 Mrs. Al e W'uitwoith, T A Gray trustee, allowance fo. 00 a month, twelrt m'.hs, 011 00 Mrs. Sirah Frank, Fred Fnnk trus:ee, allowance $5 00 a month, 44 8.") Mrs. Newt Hartley, I'rank Billon trustee, allowance $$ 00 linir ai oaths, 12 00 James It uneU, I H Comer trus tee, allowance. $4 00 a month eleven month, 44 00 Coarta? Ask ns, Joe Jones trustee, allowance 00 a month, ten inontliS, 50 00 Stops Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a relia ble remedy for any kind of horse lameness. Will kill the growth of spavin, curb or splint, absorb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. Here's Proof. I uMfJ Slndn'i Liniment on ft mule for hiRh lumen, and cured her. I am nerftr without a 1 of ymir liniment ; hare nought more of it tlun any other remedy for jain.' Haii v Ktaav, (.'aftadyt Kjr. "Sloan T.lnlment la th het mada. 1 have removed very larva ahoe boila off a home with It. have killed a quarter crack on a mare that waa awfully bad. ! have also healed raw, anre nerki on three MVMeS I have healed fjtreane heel on a mare that could h.inlly walk." Anthony Ci. Hivitsf Oakland, Pa., Koute lS'o. . SLOANS LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. ''My hofrs h;id hog cholera three dayi before we Rot yur lininifnt, which I waa adied to try I hive uaed ft now for three days and my I mini are ilmoM well. One hog died before 1 tot the liniment, but I have not 1M any since." A. J. McCarthy, Id.iville, Ind. 8oId by all Dealers. Price 60o. & $1.00 1 Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry sent free. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan Ro.ton, Mnt. Sylves'er Ilnhes, Alfred Ko -arils tru tee, fsVoO a month, eight months, Am lins Anderson, Sun Her. ninjier trustee, f4 00 a month, eiibt Months, Kli David SOU, Ernest K krid e, trustee, allowance .5.00 a month, two months, fur coffin $ 6 00 Chas Uennett, Jarlioe Hro trus tee, allowance It .00 a month, six months, Amanda Blackenship, .larboe Bro trustee, allowance $2.X) a month, nine months, G 11 Gihson, II L Harl trustee, allowance f.'l.OO a mouth, twelve months, Mamie and Mure I Aski.is M L Harl trustee, allowance $4.00 a month, three months, Frank Heavin, .1 C Nolte trus tee, allowance 4.00 a month, three months, I N Berry, J C Nolte trustee, allowance 0 00 a month, twelve months, Lee Horsiey, JC Noite trustee, allowance 3.00 a month, twelve months, Mrs. Ben Duncan, J C Nolte trustee, allowance ISTM a month, twelve months, Mrs Laura Etherton, J C Nolte, temporary, Mrs Carmelia SchafTV, J C Nolte trustee, allowance S3 00 a month, ten months, (Continued next week.) 40 00 32 00 12 00 24 00 18 00 3(5 00 12 00 12 00 7' 00 36 00 42 00 4 00 30 00 ''I do not believe there is any other medicine so gnod far whooping cough as Chrunberlain's Couirh Remedy,'' writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction City, Ore. This remedy If also unsur passed for colds and croup. For sale by all dealers. Subscribe r ECONOMY GAS LAMP! R. M. JOLLY, Irvington, Ky. representing the Economy Gas Lamp Co., requests the readers of this article to write him or see him in regard to lightings for their homes or store build ing. The Economy Light is truly an economical light. The cost of the fixtures, etc., are 25 per cent cheaper than others. They are made in 50 styles of fixtures and give an ample selection from the cheapest to the highest price. The actual cost of each light is from l-4c per hour per light to lc per hour. These machines are guaranteed from 1 to 5 years, are absolutely safe and comply with all insurance laws. Terms are reasonable and all machines are installed by a competent man. CLYou can see several styles in operation at McGlothlan 6i Son, Irvington, Ky. C. w. mmi ik M tRION Wl Will Pilot I .1 W PATT Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, C liHI at filing, Lumner, i.ime ana cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. Estimates on Application J. E. KEITH (Si SON OEALERS IN Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. SECURELY REPOSING in the strong vaults of thi' bunk is the ideal depository for your idle funds, because the utmost security is af forded them, and as a depositor of this institution you are extended every approved banking convenience in our power to place at your disposal. We especially invite I he opening of accounts by mail. THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg, Ky. RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. turmer, are you interested? If so, call on the h ma na nr At of Hi A ftimKnrlii wA TAiAni-irnA & 'FYs 1a rra rVt Company and have him explain the special "Far mers Line" rate. I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY f i incorporated. 4 WE Wish to again announce to our cus tomers and friends that we were ex amined on Oct. ST, IM1 by an ex aminer rouimissioned by the Secre tary of State, and that he complimen ted us on our splendid condition and conservative management. FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier Yl " Tal V. fi 1 fxKairetl W. CTTTaVjaaasi&l - - - - - w ' w M H urr IPTP.rA manufacturing lmgravers aaatxrurAATU. L0UI5VILL,RT.,UX 15he Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. EXCLUSIVE, LOCAL AGErNTNS FOR. THIS EXCLUSIVE, LINE,.- IP?