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THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS.
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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920
REPUBLICANS CLAIM HARDING LEADS EAST;
KENTUCKY GIVES COX A LARGE MAJORITY;
BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY GOES REPUBLICAN
BIG DAY SATURDAY
RAIN, SNOW AND KILL
ING FROSTS HIT HERE
Considerable Change in Weather Over
J. W.,C. Beckham Attends Final
Cars in Parade. 2,500 Peo
Cars in Parade. 2.500 Peo
A bit of winter weather dronncd
J down on Clov'erport last week making
a sudden fall in the temperature after
the excellent weather that has pre
vaild through the month. Rain was
needed tlio, and the first one in sev
eral weeks fell here on Tuesday cven-
Rennhlicans fif Breckinridac couutv I ng.
who attended the big G. O. P. rally Again on Thursday there was a
in Hnrdinsliiircr last Tne.oilav admitted heavy rainfall about five o'clock ill
that the Democrats of the county the afternoon, and a slight snow fell!
"nut one over on them" so to sav. at and Shrubbery
latter's grand wind up on Saturday, was a heavy killing frost that played
HEIRS GROSS FARM
Court of Appeals Holds That
Mrs. Josephine Pumphrey, is
the Owner of the Estate De
vised to Her by Her Sister
Mrs. A. J. Gross.
1920. the Court
4TH RED CROSS
ROLL NOV. 11 TO 25
REVIVAL OPENED BAP
TIST CHURCH, SUNDAY
Breckinridge County to Seek
Membership of 500; Red"
Cross Sunday, Nov. 14.
Shirley Delivered His
Sermon Monday Eve.
Breckinridge county chapter will
seek a membership of 500 in the
"which was also held in Hardinsburg.
t is conservatively estimated that
' 'there were 2,300 people who attend
ed the Democratic rally Saturday.
'One of the foremost attractions of
the lay was the presence of Ken-
'tiiikv llinct nnniitar pnatnr Afr
j W. C. Beckham, of Frankfort. Ar-'
riving with him at the station were
Judge Gregory. ex-Circuit Judge of
havoc with certain vegetation, flowers her sister,
witn the rain. Un Inday night there
On October 10th.
r a....u n-...i .i, i, ..,,.,. ruiinn ncu iross koii u . jovcm-"
. ii'.-. " ''";;"" . l.,.r it m .., Tla , ,,c l,m was good. The meetings wi
ni tiih irnriiir turn i irriiiT i nurr. "- - i . -. . . .. . .
". .. o- -w. .-... w...... r , , TT , !-- t (. ,- , nn niiernnniifi nr !':ii nr n
i ...i t. i..u t.. t i iixfii iv ri . i i rL'vnn inu i nil ... .. v .
wncrciii u was iieiu uiai .wrs josc- '"-."'.-" T . ..ir;"' . the even me at 7:30 o'clock.
nliiitn Jimmirnf urn or Hi ...II r,( "IVilllKCI iUI WMJ LJIVISIUII. I .,----
Rev. E. C. Nail, pastor of the Bap
tist church, opened the revival mcct
, iug in his church Sunday morning.
.Key. R. L. Shirley, of Walton. Ky.
arrived Monday to assist Rev. Nail,
and lie delivered his first message
I Monday evening.
The weather was rather unfavorable
Monday evening but the attendance
11 be held
ck and in
Mrs. A. J Gross, holds I
J. H. CANARY DIED
IN UNION STAR
Chapter miotas have been set with
the fee simple title to the Gross farm. .t,,c v.,ew. e!l. ..B '-A0".'000, m.em
The cintroversy arose over a codicil ber,s "' Lak? Division Ohio, Indiana
to the will which Gen Gross executed ! "$.. Kentucky. .
on the ;,'id day of November. 1900. P,a"s fr achieving this goal were
weherin he requested his said wife to S?n,.pj5tf.d .?' conferences of chapter
devise one-half of the estate she may R ' Call directors of the three states
have left the Mrs. Sallie P. DeHaven, ' ?' Indianapolis, Louisville and Coltim-1
HELD AT ST. ROSE
Breckinridge County Gives
Harding Between Six and
Seven Hundred Majority.
C'PORT 58 FOR COX
widow of O DeHaven tnd to the I
Louis v.ilicj. and Mrs. Samuel Hen- Respected Citizen" Answers Fin-
'e se'rt S;.v w.. i .i hJ d Call; .Member Methodist
train with a brass band. A big parade
of 150 cars was formed and rode to
the Court House yard where Judne
Henry DeHaven Moorman presented funerai
1 heirs of his brother. lohn Gross, the . Let cveO' good American citizen
remaining one-half. The heirs of T.m. i become a member of the Red Cross"
------- ---" Vw " " y '- " I in
Union Star. Nov. 1, (Special) The"
xicnry ucnaven xuoorman presentea fnpral of tr im, ;.,..,. K, uc,r" anu bam "lrb- ucnaven '" equal
B. Gross filed a suit in the Breckin-I ,s. l '""sage ot Herbert Hoover,
,:,i,ro r.v,.:, rv...,f oi,:., i.,.i whose relief work abroad dunnc the
the will constructed so as to hold')Yar hr?"eh him int. close associa
that upon the death of Mrs. A. J. t10" W1 h the, American Red Cross.
iuc siupcnuous lorcigu anu ciomes-
s in its
Gross said estate belonged to Gross . x ,e stupenaous loreign ana
heir and said Mrs. DeHaven in equal ,,c task bcforc V,c Iied ,Cros,
Next Wednesday For Rev.
Brey. Requiem Mass To Be
Said. Rev. Meyering Will
Month's mind will be held in the"
St. Rose church. Wednesday morning.
mint tic tasK uciorc inc K.ea cross in its -""--';" '-, im..b
S"f( 'peace program is one that deserves.1).0 "-a f" dock for the late Rev
Moorman Ditto introdhced Judge hurUa L ifv Lv R T. and tfl higher court affirmed jts 1 1 support m .tne America u people
vever, tne lower court tie u ,'7"" ' " ; - - ," """", Cclestinc Hrv -x (nnncr ms)nr nt
hiaher court affirmed its tl,t support of the American people,' ""tinc Hrc. a tormcr pastor of
ii gner court atnrneci jis . .,.. . , i,, . St. Rose. The service is in conimem-
. oration of the beloved priest who
..u... .,,iCa,.u.l apc... ..cupc.. mains werc bured n t,e Unon Star ",c" '" i,,u a i J , A ' 7 r' Churches throuchout Ltke Division wi" Mvc, becn tlea( onc month on
air meeting continued until the noon i cemetery beside those of his wife , "!ere .re"ust, .adM .'V J0" , hare begun plans gfo -the observance tht ,h o(this servicc- A rc(u!cm mass
hour when the speakers were en- Mr fanarv Ind Imnn ;., ,1pm;.,;.,.,1 llls wife, and that such did not affect "?, v"n P'a"s 'or lc onsenance ... . ..
aertaincd lo luncheon li i.i Vanary nad bcn '" declining . . simnle title thereto and no of Red Cr.oss Sunday. November 14. w,i uc alaw ,, . .
x ii r lunc,,eon- nn , , . . health for some months but he was ner .e simP title inereto aim no (; the Duloits of the three states' Rev- A- G- Meyering. of Brown's
. In the afternoon at 1:30 o'clock the not bedfast but a week. The end came Precatory trust resulted, as contend-, V01" "'f f$W S-,i ? ' -- e...?ii if Valley, will preach the sermon. The
As-ttlrrl rvilCtAI i Vi . -AA. .1 ..-. . at twr h l.fAeo .Itaire 'hia tn&one . vuvui wi m. UV.U. XIUSS tf III IIS. - . " t r-
Crowd gathered in the court room and i tat iinrlni. -,n ,. ,'..,v-.,i ed by the Gross -heirs This means
hundreds of people were turned awav ' r,i i. i?Ji. .... .Uo., .that Mrs. Pumphrey ow
because of lack of seats. , He was the son of Henrv and" R-inmV er.l' in fee sin,PIe frce fro
It was a great day in the history of Canarv. deceased. On March .-, issn , oi every person.
the Democrats of Breckinridge county.
it is conceded to have been the larg
est political gathering here since
Wflliam Jennings Bryan was first a
candidate for president twenty-four
That Senator Beckham's speech in
the court house bespoke the senti
ment of his hearers was granted from '
he was married to Ida May Stiff, who I n i-laijue M?r.ccr A r;Prse"tc7 Alrs
preceeded him in death on March 7 Pumphrey while Aud & H.gdon. at
tqio ' torneys of Owensboro, and A. R.
;na the firr-' Impressed upon many' audiences and Jbrt vvhitesvilhf''' D
m ,ile XsJi, i its vast peace program explained. ,Nan J. n"csie, V
om ine ciainisj James Norman, of Harthr
IflCAL TEAMS Wl
Surviving are two brothers Lee
Canary, of Owensboro, and Milford
Canary, of near Amnions, one sister,
Mrs. Tayltr Dowell. who lived with
her brother until his death.
six years ago, Mr Canary profess-
represented the Gross'
The choir composed of the clergy
rmAiir nniMWTml will be under the direction of Rev.
FROM BEECHMONT!Josepl 0AMl of Axtcl
Reported Illinois, Indiana and
Massacheusettes Are Going
As The Breckcnridge News goes to
press the Democrats concede Breck
inridge county to the Republicans by
a majority of six to seven hundred.
With all but six precincts heard from
in county there is a majority of 730
Three Rupublicans and two Demo
rats are making a fair race on Cminrv
School Board for election.
Daviess. Haiifotk and MdCleatt
ounties report Democratic majorities.
It is stated Cox is carrying Ken
tucky by several thousand majority.
Democrats claim they have elected
a Democratic School Board and 40,
000 majority in Kentucky for Cox.
PRICES DECLINE "
ON LOCAL MARKET
the aonlause that was given him. He ed faith in dirisr He ,va nnneU. i
dwelt on the real issues of the Demo- tent christian life, and was a faith
cratic party and made a strong ap- ful member of the Shiloh Methodist I
peal for the League of Nations. church. He was a friend and neighbor
Judge Gregory, who is a staunch . to everyone, and the community has
.Democrat, pane a rorcioie speecn lost one of its best citizens.
Mrs. Kenning was wen Informed on
B. C. H. S. Boys Will Meet
O'boro High School Team
Nov. 5. Other. Games
the merits of her party and i6 ah!- APPOINTED STATE SUP-
;ous to tell all that she would not give ERVISOR OF PUBLIC HEATH
'lier hearers an opportunity to applaud "k-..r .-."
fir1 ilrs. Henning fairly charmed the i In-inarmi Whj i tar.:t t,j
UJ2.JC uWfl, tier lrnnu1frtcre rkf fl,j T T) t . t 11 I ... a nr I
umcnc Uj... .... or -.:- . u. luutcmcu ana son, rtmert vv. . . ,..,, u. u ,.; u..a ., an ih-u score, ami nor
toarty issues aim le manner in wnicn Moremen, and moth, Mrs. Kate iV"1.,:. ' '" " ??' .Vy "" '".- little trouble, put them on the little
(she imparted them. ..... I Bennett, will leave Thursday for Lex- S S.rTit ' 1 s.. end of 19-8 score. The girls' team of
to join ur. u li. Mofe-niri, yho ": r "'ZiSuu t.i. ;n the visitors was
It has been several years since a
Slight Difference Perceptable
Hugh O'Sui- in Some Articles Food and
casou, Kcv. , ., . ,
insburg: Sub- lotning nenty on Markets
Joseph I'ltzgibbon, of
A drop m the prices of food and
clothing is more perceptable tn the
local market than it has been. Hoos
ier cotton has dropped from n.rc to'
20c and Hope cotton which sold for
40c and 45c is now 20c heTC. Dress
ginghams at 45c have been cut 10c
' on the yard. But the better quality of
gingiiams nave remained the same
The price of sugar has declined
more than most anything. It has come
I down to lflc. Hour varies in price
The two basket ball games played x "crc . , uc . P""lu- """- ni -"' accoramg to me quality flour made
here Saturday between the boys and ' lc '""uh "ur"'" "". " t"e Mar Kouer Mills retails in 24
crirle nf Rpprlimnnt Hml, Srhnnl Clover Creek on Tuesday. Nov. 0th. lb. sacks at $1.5.'. and it has been
"Cats and Kittens" Play Excit
ing Game on C. H. S.
Grounds Saturday. Play
PUBLIC SALE AT OLD
HARDIN HOMESTEAD. I
V. K. Hardin and Sister Dispose of
Property. Will Move To
(Hawesville) and Cloverport High r,'.lcn Vi xvno" ra,N ."," " sisicr. . .i.j.,. uggs are mc a dozen and the
School resulted in a victorv for both . 11ISS ,lara "aru' ni msposc ui same tor countr" outter per pound,
aciiooi resulted m a Mctorj tor ooin.. f .-. ;,nniPrnents ami some n,..,nr. ; .n e..i:J,i ...:.u
me. nqme teams, the u n.p. g.ris :; - . --y: - " 7;, ;,. , , "u"u r r":!. " . ir" ,V"-..J :""
walked over ueechmont easily
an 18-0 score, and home boys with
ith household goods which they have held fresh meat these davs. Meat peddlers
with ' '" partnership. The farm was sold market right at your front door fresh
The day was such that it 3U3.de the ington
last summer to R. E. L. Brcer, of beef and pory for 15 to 28c per lb.
Meade county. It is stated there are very few
Mr. and Mrs. Hardin and Miss hickory nuts this fall. Only a few
jii lu iuiii j m.j. i it j ( tar i w iiii t rnr- i'iii(irh w:i iiriiiirH .iuiiim l i - t .. . . - - . .. .--- - , v , .
Democrats hooeful of carrying the.has been aooointed State SnnWv.'srir tempting to rees ablish this game in ( . . f- . p,nvprnnTt Clara Hardin will leave the following black walnuts have been seen in the
punty for Co Senator Beckham and of the Public Health Service Will. ! ffj;-"0f Z CwEff'S -Kitten.", After Beeehmont tad dc iTTSL.i"
111 n rtACC fltlAVt .... .v ..-.. 0 . - - .. . . ...... U-. t.l Anlo rl r 1a iff mti " .....
i COhgressman Ben Johnson. The sue-1 headquarters at Lexington
cess ot tne day was aue in a large .
jneasurfi to Mr. C. Vic Robertson, PARENT-TEACHERS MEET
county Cflmocrat Chairman, and to ING FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
Mrs. S. Beard, chairman of the Demo-
.cratic Woman s Campaign Committee. The Parent-Teachers Association
!Mr. and Mrs. John H. Walker,
Tlolt, are the happy parents o
Philip Celestine. Oct. 28.
i will meet in the Public School build-
v'ift and efficient threer "M Boals during the last quar-
needs at oresent ttr of the bys' a,1,e thi"Ks be8u"
fiver, of football to look bad for the clawing wildcats
Franklin beard a swi
teaiti. All this team
I- iLjtt -..JOJAi a( nil InoA
n he- otintv . '""", of C. H. S. However' they came out
The U, h$i.l game of the seaso with .color. j flying
will Depiayeo next ri may, ioven uer ,., t'irvintrtn tn etnP -
Evansville, to reside
be engaged in the
I Vulcan Plow Works there. The Har
dins are members of one of the pio
neer families of Breckinridge county.
MRS. JOHN A. FULTON
as - ESSHIH1; sw 2,sart?4.-c'ffi fe s a., 'iB-sa "saw M. JoU AT1;witc Jm,
KlhUIIMb BL1L1 WR
parents are cordially invited.
We extend to our customers and
friends in Breckinridge and adjoin
ing Counties a most hearty invita
tion to call on us when in Louis
ville. Our Messrs. Paul Compton,
Nathaniel Shellman and W. T.
Chapin will take pleasure in wait
ing on you, and give you every at
Capital and Surplus
Federal Reserve System '
Lincoln Savings Bank
& Trust Company
Market at Fourth
"The Convenient Bank at the
When the referee's whistle is sound
ed, the pig skin is sailing thru the air
and twenty-two weir trained athelets
are going down the field like a stam
pede of wild cattle, will you not be
there to see? Come boost your home
county schtol, and team.
The schedule for the rest of the
season is as follows:
Elizabethtown at Hardinsburg, Sat
urday, Nov. 13.
Elizabethtown at Elizabethtown,
Saturday, November .'0.
Leitchfield at Hardinsburg, Satur
day, Dec, 3,
C. H. S. PIE SUPPER NETTED
$83.25; SCHOOL GRATEFUL
NEW GAS WELL
Democratic rally, is critically ill with
blood poisoning at the St Joseph's
Infirmary, Louisville, .Mrs. Milton
suffered a crushed hand as the result
of an automobile accident near Shep
herdsville. Oct. 20.
local market. Sorghum is plentiful at
$1 per gallon.
GRAYSON COUNTY WOMAN
101 YEARS OLD DEAD
Falls of Rough, Nov. I. (Spec
ial) Mrs. Rachel Mahurin, 101
years old and said to have been
the oldest woman in Grayson
county died at her home in that
county. Thursday and was buri
ed Saturday. She was a member
of a well known family.
Cloverport Gas Company To
Bore 900 Feet. Prospective
Well is Near the City.
A rigging, 75 feet high, has becn
built on the spot where the Cloverport
Gas Company is to drill for a new gas
well. Other equipment, including the
engine and boiler are already on the
crrounds and the comiianv expects to
start boring some time soon. ilr. v
The pie supper at the Public School 1 J. Worden, general manager of the
Building last Friday night netted . company, says he will drill in the
$83.25. The teachers and pupils of the neighborhood of 000 feet.
Public School desire to thank the
people of the community fot their
generous support and cooperation at
this meeting. The money will be for
warded to the Kentucky Children's
MOTHER OF FIVE '
CHILDREN PASSED AWAY
Mrs. Zada Brown, wife of Millard
Brown, of Mystic, died Wednesday
morning, October 27, at 3:30 o'clock
She is survived by her husband and
NATIVE HAWAIIANS SOON
TO BECOME EXTINCT,
Native Hawaiiaus are facing extin
ction and if the present ratio of births
and deaths is maintained, the remain
ing life of the race will be only about
75 years, says Popular Mechanics
Magazine. At present there are ap
proximately 2,000 natives of pure
blood in the island and reports for
past years show their 'number to 'be
Die site for the new well is a mile
East of Cloverport, and about one
fourth of a mile South and East of
what is known as the Acme brick
LILLIAN SIPPEL GRANTED
DIVORCE FROM E. MAXWELL
Lillian K. Maxwell obtained a di
vorce from E. Homer Maxwell, Sat
urday in the district court on the
charged grounds of extreme cruelty.
She was restored the right to use
her maiden name. They were married
in Louisville, Ky., June 25, 1914.
Miss Sippel is a former Cloverport
woman and she now resides in Bois,
Idaho, where she is nursing in the
If person who was seen to take
scissors and thread Friday afternoon
at Mrs. Ethel O. Hill's sale, will re
turn same, no prosecutions will be
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come but with a good
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Now and growing Fast
with 4 per cent interest
being paid on it you
needn't fear rainy days or
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Deposit and Get a crisp
bank book all your own.