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AGE SIX
THE M9CXBN1UDOE HEWS. CLOVNfrORT. XBNTUCXY
DECEMBER 10,
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CLAIMS ALLOWED BY BRECK
INRIDGE COUNTY FISCAL COURT
APRIL TERM 1920
(Continued From Last Week)
1
By discrepancy
Receipts
April 11, I9f) From J. B. Carman, in Annual Settlement
October :8, Frim J. B. Carman. Sheriff
March .'!. From J. B. Carman, Sheriff
March ao, From J B. Carman, Sheriff
Total net receipts.
Disbursments
Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., outstanding vouchers.
Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., overdraft
farmers Bank & Trust Co., money
S. J. Jolly foreman four days
S, J. Jolly, foreman three- days
Wallace Parks, team one and one-half
E. A. Hardesty, tools for road
S. B. Laslie team two days
S. B. Laslie labor two days
S. B. Laslie, labor one day
S. J. Jolly, foreman three days
S. B. Laslie, labor one day
S. B. Laslie, team one day labor two
James Dome team one day
S. J. Jolly, foreman three days
M. L. Laslie labor one day
E. A. Hardesty, tools fo'r road
S. J Jolly foreman eight days
S. B. Laslie labor five days
S. J. Jolly foreman four days
S B. Laslie team two days labor one
S. J. Jollv foreman two davs
John Horsley labor four days
Murray Laslie labor one day
S. B. Lalie labor two days
S. B. Laslie team seven days labor
James Dome team two days
S. J. Jolly, foreman eight days
Will Jolly, team two days
Lee Hickerson, team two davs
Lee Hickerson grading Sample road
Will Jolly grading Sample road
James Dome labor three day.?
S:im La-die grading Sample toad.
Alfred AdUn.. labor one day
S B. l.ashc gre:ie n;.ils and iu-'
Boy Pate work on Yellow Bank Bridge
S. B. Laslie work on Yellow Bank Bridge
Boy Pate grading Simple road
S. J. Jolly Work on Yellow Bank Bridge-
S. J. Jolly grading on Sample road
A. A Arm. grading on Sample road
S. J. Jolly grading on Sample road
Charley Krouch putting in culvert
S. J. Jolly repair on grader
Sam Laslie team three days
James Dome labor on Sample road
Will Jolly, labor on Sample road
B. F. Beard & Co , road tools
Jas. McCoy labor on Hardinsburg and Stepheusport road
Jess Whitworth freight on grader
Will Jolly team two days
E. A. Hardesty road tools
Lee Beauchamp team five hours
Bob Manning team and labor on road
Lee Cunningham team and labor on road-
Will Cunningham foreman on road work
Everett Adkins labor on road
Hubert Yates team and labor on road ,
Dan Dowell work on engine five amis .and five hours.
Allen Dowell, work on engine ,
Owen Basham labor one day
Nat Bahham labor out day
Lawrence Yates team and labor 1
C, L. Walls team and labor .
George Basham labor two and one-half days
S. J. Jolly team 'or grading ,
B. F. Beard & Co., road tools
Edwin Manning, team on road
Charlie Yates labor on road .
Andy Durbin labor on road
Jim Dome labor two days-
Jim McCoy, labor two days.
Chas Bowman labor two and one-half days
Alton Manning lahnr
Bob O'Bryan labor on rn.-wl
Jas. Jolly, lumber for culverts and bridges.
S. J. Jolly, team for grading
S. J. Jolly labor and holts-
Clarence Redmon team on mail
Harold Redmon labor on rnnH
H. J. Diccktnan foreman hauling and nails.
I. S. Clark labor on road
J. B. Redmon team on mail
Kd Logsdon, labor four days eight Hnnr
M. D. Simons team one and one.-half labor one-half days.
Dick Avitt team one and one half labor one-half days
Glen Macy labor three ''-y
Continued on
KEMP'S BALSAM
will stop that cough, Bill. My
mother gives it to me when I get
a cough, and you don't hear me
coughing all the time."
And Johnnie is right, too.
Get a bottle now from your
druggist.
t LE ROY. N. Y.
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10.00
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1,200.00
-$4,808.28
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Page 7
"WELL OLD MAN,
HOW ARE YOU?"
If Your Blood is Rich and Red
You Say, "Fine"
ENTHUSIASM IS
RED-BLOODED
Try Pepto-Mangan if You Feel
Weak and Look Pale.
Sometimes you are almost down
and out. You know you arc not real
ly sick, but you have a pctercd-out
feeling. You cat little. You drag a
long. In the morning you look at your
face in the mirror. You feel years old
er when you see how pale and hag
gard you arc.
It is your blood. It needs red cor
puscles. Instead of poking along half
sick, why don't you try taking Pepto
Mangan, the blood tonic? It has just
the ingredients weak blood needs
With red blood your energy and en
thusiasm return. You cat better. You
tackle work and achieve.
Pepto-Mangan is widely and heart
ily endorsed by physicians. It is effec
tive and easy to take. It is sold in
both limiid and tablet form. The medi
cinal properties arc identical
Sold at any drug store. But be
. . l. !.. T . Xf.
sure iu kci iiic Kcnuiui: cpiu--ii-
gan "Glide's " Ask for it by the name
and be sure the full name, "Glide's"
Pepto-Mangan," is on the package.
Advertisement.
Report of the condition of The
FIRST STATE BANK
doing business in the town of Irving
ton. County of Breckinridge, State of
Kentucky at the close of business on
15th day of November 1920.
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts - -Overdrafts,
secured and
unsecured - - - - -Stocks,
Bonds and other
Securities - - - - -Due
from Banks - - -Cash
on hand - - - - -Banking
House, Furniture
and Fixtures - - - -
$192,909.82
2,953.22
09,800.00 ,
15,304.88
3,255.87
2,751.00
Total $287,034 71
LIABILITIES
Capital Stockpaid iu, in
cash -
15,000.00
10.000.00
550 01
Surplus Fund - - - - -
Undivided Profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid -
Deposits sub
ject to check $123,470.01
Time Deposits 132,001.49
255,478.10
Bills Payable - -
Total - -State
of Kentucky
0,000.00
- $287,034.71
Set.
County of Breckinridge
We. W. J. Piggott and J. C. Payne,
President and Cashier of the above
named Bank do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the
liftcf rf -iiir Mir.tt1r ! ntirl lif.inf
W. J. Piggott, President
J. C. Payne, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me
24th day of November 1920.
" J ""mission lixpires jau. ., iu-t
J. Ai. riernaon, .Notary .rubiic.
STATEMENT OF THE OWNER
SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIR-
CULATION, ETC., REQUIRED
BY THE ACT OF CONGRESS
OF AUGUST 24, 1912.
Of The Breckenridge News pub-
I lished weekly at Cloverport, Ky., for
.Oct. 1, 1920.
c. . r t- . i i
State of Kentucky I
lSs.
County of Breckinridge
uefore me a Notary Public in and
for the State and loiinty aforesaid,
personally appei-ed Jno. D. Babbage,
. ' li'lir. MliMilrr l.nctit rl.tli cinnr.i m ri--.-H
I ing to law, deposes and says that he
I is the owner, editor and oublisber of
15.00 the Breckenridge News and that the
9.00 following is, to the best of his know-
j: 'ledge and belief, a true statement of
fi ,rt the ownership, management (and if a
""', daily paper, the circulation), etc., of
11.2.1 ti,e aforesaid publication for the date
17.40 shown in the above, required by the
Act oi August 24, 1912, embodied in
section 443. Postal Laws and Regula-
tions printed on the reverse of this
form to wit:
j. That the names and addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing editor
jj .i- and business managers are:
"00 1 J"0, D Bal)baSe, Cloverport, Ky.
I 2. That the owners are: (Give nam
10.34 es and addresses of individual own
13.50 ers. or if a corporation, give its name
13.50 andthe names and addresses of stock
.,' holders owning or holdipg 1 per cent
" or more o' the total amount of stock.)
-.00 There are none.
9.40 3. That the known bondholders,
5.00 mortgages, and other security holders
3 0., owning or holding 1 per cent or more
' " of total amount of bonds, mortgages,
ju.uu or oti,er securities are: (If there are
07.00 none, so state.)
8.00 There are none.
4. That th (wn narncrrnntic nvt
above, giving the names of the own-
ers, stockholders and security holders
if any. contain not onlv the list of
if an;
siu.Kiioiuers anu security Holders as
...j. ..II . ..- . ..
they appear upon the books of the
'company but also, in cases where the
I stockholder or security holder ap
pears upon tnc dooks ot the company
as trustee or in any other fiduciary
relation the name of the person or
corporation for whom such trustee is
acting, is given; also that the said two
Earagraphs contain statements em
racing affiant's full knowledge and
belief as to the circumstances and
conditions under which stockholders
and security holders who do not ap
pear upon the books of the company
as trustees, hold stock and securities
in a capacity other than that of a
bona fide owner; an'd this affiant has
no reason to believe that any other
person, association, or corporation
has any interest or direct or indirect
in the said stock, bonds, or other se
curities than as so stated by him.
.". That the average number of cop
ies o' each issue of this' publication
sqld or distributed, through the mails
or otherwise, to paid subscribers dur
ing the six months proceeding the
date above is 1 050.
Jno. D. Babbage.
Sworn to and subscribed before mc
this 13th day of Dec. 1920.
V. G. Babbage, Notary Public.
My commission expires Jan 22, 1U22.
ADDISON-HOLT
Things arc still on the boom in
Addison, We now have eight new
dwellings and all occupied. Also the
storage house completed. The office
building almost finished, the concrete
foundation laid' and next will start
the mess house. Plans arc being made
for a power house and ice plant. We
expect soon to have an electric lighted
town. The government is boarding
quite a few men on two boats. More
men are expected to arrive next week
to take positions with the government
on the lock and dam.
Addison Store is doing a good busi
ness since our town is building up,
also Hayes is running a ten days sale.
The hard rain Saturday caused the
river to raise a few feet, also made it
fine for, tobacco stripping.
L. D. Addison received a car load
of coal last week which he disposed
of at 20c per bushel.
Several enjoyed the surprise party
Saturday night at Mr. W. Alil's. of.
t tl.l. I
riuil
Messrs. Beckham Barger and MyrI
Krouch, of Frymire, took dinner Sun-'
day with Mr. Goldie Claycomb and
accompanied by him spent the after
noon and evening the guests of thr
Misses Rhodes.
Miss Frances and Christine Rhodes
went to Stepheusport, Tuesday to pay
taxes and not finding the collector
there had to go on to Sample, where
he was collecting all day.
The crowd o( young folks took a
pleasure ride to' Stcphensport, Sunday
night they gathered at Addison for a
pleasant evening together.
Mr. Fred Dutschke shipped a nice
bunch of hogs Monday to Louisville.
Aire f Tallinn e( Qtnlircnr
I spent Sunday with her son, Mr. Har-
1 vey Pullen. Air. and Mrs. Pullen have
j taken rooms on the Government
steamboat.
Mr. Ruie Black, of Shiloh, spent
Sunday the guest of Miss Goldie
Claycomb and joined the crowd of
young folks of Holt and Addison.
Misses Marion Hardin and Kather
ine Riedel spent the week-end with
relatives and friends at Holt, return
ing to Cloverport. Sunday night.
Mr. Leo Greenwood spent Saturday
night in Cloverport and attended
early service at St. Rose church.
Our classified ads reach buyers nd sellers
and bring results.
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LOUISVILLE
HOUSE PASSES BILL '
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Washington, Dec. 8. The first leg-'
islativc action of the House at this
session was taken today with the
passage of a bill authorizing, the!
President to issue medals of merit
for distinguished service performed
during the world war by officers and
men of the United States Merchant.
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tativc Haugen of Iowa, chairman of
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signed principally to prevent decep
tion of the public in the purchase of
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tents are by actual weitzht or volume
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the quantity or the contents he nlain-
ly marked on the outside of the pack
age in terms ot weight, measure or
numerical count.
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