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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 10, 1810 FOR SALE AT AUCTION Tufsday, Sept. 16, at ifcfl home of .Icssp Arms. Hp ceased, ix mile- north of HHrrlinsburg. the following property: Two horses, one cow. five head hoars, buegv and harness, growing cmp consists of tobacco, corn and sucrar cne: household and kitchen furniture. MARY ARMS. PROCEEDINGS. (Continued Prom Page 7) L. T. MINGUS Hardlnsbnra. My. Agsnt (or JOHN VERNIA & SONS TOMBSTONE WORKS. New Albany. Ind. Your orders will have mv prompt attention. See me at Hardinsburg. render them suitable for a person to sit on without injure to cloth'ng and said worV, to he done as cheaply as possible to insure a satisfactory joh, and the paint and varnish not to ad- T I Hook. House for Small Pox here to c'hi"(r Patient. $.: oo. w W S. Ball. Janitor Service and ln Re " " "- Office Rent from Nov. lit. to Apr. ' H appearing that in the year 1918 1st. H N i there were listed Hfifl dogs in Rreclc- Comes the committee heretofore inridge County, now comes, J B. appointed to inspect the needed re-j Carman. Sheriff of Breckinridge pairs on a certain porch at the Jail, county and presented in open court and reports that they recommend a h" list of Delinquent Dogs, in said new porch be built. Now on motion county to the number of Ml in the duly made, seconded and carried it is entire county and after being examin- ordered that Judge S. B. Payne, en and the court being sufficiently county attorney, W. S. Ball, and Jail- advised on motion duly made, sexond- or, Ahe Meador be and they are here- ed and carried it is ordered that same by appointed as a committee to over- be and is hereby allowed see supervise the construction of said In Re Claim for Making Sheriff porch suitable to the requirements of Settlement, said Jail On motion duly made, seconded On motion duly made seconded and carried, it is ordered that J. and carried it is ordered that the Raleigh Meador be and he is hereby county Janitor be and he is required allowed the sum of $7;i.00 for making to clean the county attorney's office said Sheriff's settlement, and that his salarv shall he for his I entire services for the county house ! and county attorney's office, $'.' 1 .00 per month. In Re Court Room Benches In Re County Roads. On motion duly made, seconded Save our Coupons They Are Valuable FREE FREE "Paramount" Aluminum Guaranteed 20 Years Pleasing to the housewife and a perpetual saving to the household. Easy to keep clean and, therefore, always pleas ing in appearance. and carried and pursuant to and by authority of Chapter. 169 of the Acts of the General Assembly 1918, it is On motion duly made, seconded ordered that it shall be the duty of I ,1 that the . , ..... MMtaMlUa , . . , i ....,.., i .-. . . v.-. . .. ij. "'""u"" "" iii"i!ti i ;,nu Hi r-:i in... i I.... rmintu h ,.c i i. i i i -u....: t i"n".i l.lll'U. V "i 1 1 J " Ul I4I1US, MIT HIK .MHI dUlllllilK in and lie is hereby appointed as a com- the public highways, of this common mittee to have the court room bench- wealth for the distance which their es refinished in a manner which will lands so abutts and borders to cut. , - clear away, remove and carry from. along side of public highway all bush es, weeds, shrubs and overhanging limbs of trees and all other obstruc- I.i Re Sheriff Settlement Came the Committee heretofore ap pointed to make settlement with the Sheriff, and J B. Carman. Sheriff of Breckinridge county for himself and his Deputies, and after being duly sworn, presented in open court, a tilt of erroneous assessments in the sum of $S0 4-;00 at M cents on the $100 Making a total of $1 T. n.s It is now ordered and directed by the court that the said J B. Carman, be al lowed the sum of $r;fl.os and same to be credited on the Railroad Fund in his settlement; and further delin quents and tithes erroneously assess ed in the amount of 7.13 at $2..V) a mounting to $1.83:1.30 it is ordered that said J. B. Carman be allowed a credit of said sum in his settlement as follows: General Expense Fund. $r:i.!. School Fund, $733 Road and Bridge Fund $3fi It is further ordered that J. B. Carman, be and he is hereby allowed exonerations on $0,4r.-.' less exoner ations in Graded School D.tricts, er roneously assessed and that he he given a credit in his settlement with the following amounts to-wit: School Fund at 10 cents on the $100 amount ing to $49 !'., Koad and Bridge Fund, at M cents on the $100 amounting to $l"il 14 General County Fund at 18 cents on the $100 amounting to Attractive Shapes and Lasting in Quality Less fuel needed and no cooking utensils to re place, "Paramount" Aluminum, with proper care, will last a lifetime. Practical Pure Aluminum Cooking Utensils giv en FREE, in Exchange for Cash Trade. No advance in price on Merchandise, but a profit-sharing plan for the benefit of our regular cus tomers, and also those who will now be pleased to become regular patrons of this store. Cordially yours, R. W. Jones. General Merchant Glen Dean, Ky. Save Your Coupons They Are Valuable Came J. B. Carman. Sheriff of Breckinridge county together with his deputies. VV C. Pate. V. H Gib son, and J. B. Hottell, who after be ing dulv sworn according to hw turn ed in to the court a list ol delinquents as follows:First District, 109: Second I i, t , i t'ti. i i. i ft:...:... i- . Hons along such highways and to fv. . . . . ttii t i . l otirth District. 131; hitth District, keep all hedge fences along such .- . li , T V . . 104; Sixth District. 110; making a highways so trimmed and cut back c ., A " . . . . . total of ,9:: in the entire county. Upon motion of Esq. Heron, and seconded by Ksq. Howard it is order ed that the aforesaid deliquent list he iby that same at no time will become more than ." feet high. Said brush, bushes, weeds and over- hanging limbs of trees along said . , ... ... . . ; D . u t j i. ii l . be and is allowed the said J. B. Car highway aforesaid, shall be cut and re- man . , ... ' . ... moved as herein provided between i . . ... r c . . r ii , m his settlement with the county for the first day of July, and the 2oth, ., .., . . . ,. . . l r . . the year 1918, the amount of the deh- day of August, each year, from this ., rn -., . ' j .iT j . i quent as lollows. .92 less 59 repre- date and the county road engineer of Breckinridge county is ordered and directed to publish this order in some paper published in the county for at least two consecutive weeks before the first day of July of each year. and to give notice by hand bills, post- m . . ... . , . ed in not less than 10 consoicuous ' MuSt Mark Weight senting deliquent polls in Graded School Districts at $2. .10 each mak ing a total of $1,832.50 same to be credited to his settlement. (Continued Next Week.) places in each voting precinct of this on Wrapped Meat county outside of the incorporated j Wrapped meats inclosed in paper towns in the event the Breckinridge or other material, including hams and Fiscal Court has not appointed or bacon, coming within the jurisdiction elected a county road engineer in 1 of the Federal food and drug act. time to perform these duties, then must be labeled to show the net the county judge is directed to pub- 1 weight of each package, by the provi lish said notices and have said hand sions of an amendment to that law bills posted as required herein. j incorporated in the Agricultural ap- The penalty prescribed by the propriation act for the current year, statutes for the failure of any owner, The food and drugs act requires manager or controller of lands along that the quantity of food in package said highways, is a fine of not less from coming within its jurisdiction than $2.1 00 and not more than $100.00. . must be plainly and conspiciously marked on the outside of the package In Re Railroad Bonds. in terms of weight, measure, or nu- Whereas it appearing from the 'nerical count. Wrapped hams and Treasurer's report that the said bacon previously were held not to Treasurer has in his hands due the I De tod package form within the railroad fund the amount of $5,888.14 meaning of the act. since they are not. therefore on motion duly made sec-1 of uniform size and are sgld by the onded and carried it is ordered that Pound by actual weight and not by the Treasurer of Breckinridge county j a nxed Pr'ce for each package as are call in and pay off 4 per cent, of the most toods in package form outstanding Railroad Bonds. AM ELS supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever experienced ! You never tasted such full- bodied mellow-mildness; such refreshing, appetizing flavor and coolness. The more Camels you smoke the greater becomes your delight Camels are such a ciga rette revelation ! Everything about Camels you find so fascinating if due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll say Camels are in a class by themselves they seem made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways! Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after-taste or un pleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire your taste ! You are alvays keen for the cigarette satisfaction that makes Camels so attractive. Smokers real ize that the value is in the cigarettes aryi do not expect premiums or cou pons ! Compare Camels with any ciga rette in the world arny pricm ! Cmmwltt mi moid vvmrywhmrm in mciwntihcmliy pmckmgmm of 30 ct$mrmttm or ton poi k oiom 20C ctgmroitom) in m itmmminm-pmpor-covorod cmrton Wo strongly rocomniond thi cmrton for I he homo or ofhro muppty or whon you trovol R.J.REYN0LDS TOBACCO COMPANY WiaU-Slm, N. C. ue7j fr. Xr, Congress now has specified de finitely that from the date of the pass age of the amendment, July 24, 1919, a statement of the net weight will be required on all wrapped meats, in cluding I am and bacon, coming within the jurisdiction of the Federal fod and drugs act. 18c. a package 1. ii VcL, m m : r . ;VV l"iV Suffered With Rheumatism, Catarrh and Stomach Trouble "I think Number 40 For The Blood as a blood purifier has no epual. When I began to take Xumber 40, 1 was in very poor health, as I had Rheumat ism, Catarrh, Stomach Trouble, Lead Poisoning, and an Itch that I had tried almost every known remedy to relieve. I have taken six bottles of 'Number 40' and am on a fast road to recovery. I owe my life to it, as I used W weigh 127 pounds and now wpigh 148 my usual weight. I could write more but this should be enough to convince the most skeptical, and you are at liberty to use this letter anyway you desire." Geo. Klinker, Lima, Ohio. The ingredients in "Number 40 For The Blood" are set down in the U. S. Dispensatory and other reliable med ical books as follows: "Employed in diseases of the glandular system, in blood poison, constipation, stomach and liver troubles, chronic rheuma tism, catarrh, sores, ulcers, skin erup tions, mercurial and lead poisoning. L'nder its use nodes, tumors, scrof ulous swellings that have withstood all other treatment disappear as if by magic." Prepared by J C. Mendenhall, Ev ansville. Ind.. 40 years a druggist. Sold at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport. Ky. Read What U S. Dept. of Agriculture Says About What T wo Rats Can Do According to government figures, two rats breeding continually for three years produce 359,709,482 in dividual rats. Act when you see the first rat, don't wait RAT-SNAP is the surest, cleanest, most convenient exterminator. No mixing with other foods. Drys up after killing leaves no smell Cats or dogs won't touch it. Sold and guaranteed by E. A. Hardctty, Stephensport; Conrad Payne & Co , Cloverport ; and B. F. Beard it Co., Hardmsburg GOLDEN RULE STORE Read Our Ads. They are Worth While 20c Dry Goods Per yard; Quilt Lining Just received a new supply. OCm Mis' nd Children's blk Zvw ribbed hose; size 5 1-2 to 9 I 2; splendid Imrgain. Per yard; da k bine and light colored I'ercalen; good 25c quality. 12c supply. Men's Work Socks in blue, tan and white. A new CI QQ Men's Winter Weight 1 .90 Union Suits; heavy rib led. Regular value 93 2fi. Shoes J.JU outing Shoes; are solid leather; all sizes 1 f J fill Men's button or lace )4.UU dress Shoes, black only. Men's Tsn Knflish Shoes. Good values $6.00 Cfl Rfl "o)"' heavy school v.9U Shoes; strictly solid; lace only. $1.00 $1.25 . $1.50 A full line of Boys' school Pants. Golden Rule Store! Cloverport, Ky. Cane Mills Rocker Furnaces Evaporator Pans Magnolia, Strictly High Grade and Guaranteed. Write us for prices. Owensboro and John Deere Wagons Built for service. Fully guaranteed. Write us for prices delivered to your railroad station Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager, Fordsville, Ky. spark proof can be laid over practically any old roof N re, II juires no paintina or repairs ? L CLASS C HOOflKdl froofina that adds the virtues of asphalt to the virtues of sate SLATE is not aflected by expo sure. Asphalt is lonjL wearing and water-proof. In Carey Las tile Rpofing we combine these two materials and thus produce sheet having the utmost durability and water -proof qualities. The upper side of Lastile Roofing is composed of a layer of natural red or green crushed slate. This not only makes a very beautiful roof but it takes the wear. Underneath this layer of crushed slate is layer of asphalt gum. The alate is embedded in this asphalt permanently. Under neath this layer of asphalt is heavy sheet of the best grade of woolfelt, thoroughly saturated and water proofed with asphalt. This sheet alone provide far more resistance than most roofs even without the extra layer of asphalt and the crushed slate. Carey Lastile Roofing wears year after year, presents a most attractive appearance, require no paint at any time and is so spark -proof that it is endorsed by the Underwriters. The first cost is but little more than that of ordinary roofing and it costs no more to apply. It is adapted for use on residences, factories, barns, garages and is fre- aiding in addition to being used as a quently used as a roofing. Come and see it or write us for a sample. Carey Building Materials Asbestos Built-Up Koofs Fiberock Asbestos Felts Asfaltshste Shingles Insulating Papers Roll Roofings Wallboaid Asbestos Material 85 Maguetia Fiutnd Boiler Covering i.an- flexible iritiuetil Kovnug Asphalt Built-lJ) Roofa Feltex Asphalt Felt Manco Asphalt Damp - Prowling Compounds Fibre Coating for Roofa Roofing Paint Llastite Expansion Joint Cloverport Planing Mill JAM. M. LatWU. Proprietor Umbar d Buildup Material. Offie and Mill r Ospot, Ctevsraert Ky.