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ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PR.INT r VOL. XXXV CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 191 J. 8 Paget No. 33 WED IN JEFFERSONViLLEi Popular Cloverport Girl is Mar ried to a Louisville Man Miss Alice Pate, the Bride, Surprises Family and Friends JOLLY WEDDING PARTY Miss Alice. Pate end Mr. Vachel Hin- .ten went to Louisville last Wednesday Ifcuornlntr on tlie early train and were The marriaee took place in Jefferson ville and the ceremony was said by magistrate James o. ivcib ju. j. juu i T r T ' 1 I party of young people witnessed the marriaee, among them were: Miss Audrev Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Wave Pate, Orvllle Perkins and Robert Wil- " son of Cloverport. Immediately after the ceremony was aald. the Mr. and Mrs. Hinton left for their nice little flat oh Walnut street, which he had furnished and had in readiness for his bride. The groom is assistant foreman of an automobile company in Louisville. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nobe Pate. She was lively and sociable and has many admirers. She won a prize In a popularity contest at one of the Mason's barbecues and it was on one of these occasions she met Mr. Hinton. Orville Perkins Hurt Last week Orville Perkins narrowly the Louisville School of Pharmacy and the result was, his eyes were hurt in a phpmir.nl explosion. Mr. Perkins will graduate in April. ' THOS. MAYS :Thns. Mavs. who thought he was 'getting well, dropped dead last Fri azv-iust alter ne nau suuiubu ma nan j. . 1 3 L-,1 1, I Ln1M . tari fnr t-hp iinv. He naci LU- r , ' l . 1 nMi v. ! onl ancn tuna si a Qtirl den as a sheet of lightning. Mr. Mays was thirty-four years of ace and unmnrried. He was tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Kichard ways, torm rly of this place. fPhp -fnnpi-.nl was held Saturday and was attended by Chas. and Thos. Boh- r, of this city. Handsome New Office karion Weatherholt, former cashier r . IIP Li 1 U t. 1.-..3 4. ... 4-.. t j i.i rt e l t - which hp U now encraped. Miss 1LI1 I1UI 11 1 1113 aLDUUe 1HU11UI FATHER AND SON At a meeting of Cloverport Lodge lfo.133, F. and A. M., held February w. thp tc A. flptrrpB was conferred I T I 1 f?. Li. jpancock Lodge No. 115, assisted by 4.1 -. .i 4 - forcible manner, It was a very Insight to see a father and son ikjii il!. 1 j 1.1 1 jir ..... . . auu uuuic ui tiic vauuiuaicst It luncn was served after the Ion and all report a genial good qpp Following visitors were pres- T tn A n T1 lirnnfr tMl-4- "KT D. Wilson and H. H. Hardin, Y i'.C. McKaughau, Stephensport, No. i, a. T. Wilson ana Slmiusl - l f numbers above ninety mem- this meeting four petitions itlon were received. Aside year, It is known that the ii. 1.IMIVM im iu i r i ! i a t.rrai r very quiet way. rite Right Now. !THE flT Several Marriage Licenses Is sued. Sheriff D. Sheeran Makes Settlement For 1910 Taxes. JOHN BEAVIN OFF FOR PEN inrriBge licenses: Alatuliis I, neap, o McDauielsand Idn Carninn, of Mook Irvin Ilufilnes, of. Custer mid Mimie Hiiynes, of Garfield; Jesse A. Horton of Irvingtnn and Grade Davt9, of Irv ington. Mrs. S. II. Driskell and children went to Baslcett Saturday to visit Mrs Driskell's parents. Deputy Sheriff. Arthur Beard, left this morning for Eddyville with John Be-U'ln who has n two year sentence and Alonzo Dowell who goes lot five years Sheriff Deuuie Sneeraii is settling in full with the county for the I9IO taxes This is a prompt settlement, perhaps tne earnest mat any siienii lias ever mide in the county. Herbert Beard and John Hnswell are the Commission eis with whom he is making the settle ment. ' Taylor Beard went to Irvington Sat urday. Cleve Hendricks went to Louisville Saturday. Fred B. Cox is here from Louisville putting the Cox residence on Main St., in repair for rent or sale. Prof. Maxie went to Glen Dean Satur dny and addressed the school Improve- ment league at night. Jas. E. Lewis has gone to Continen tal, unto, wnere lie will spend some time visiting his brother, Waive Lewis, Harold Coombs, for two years typogra pher on the Breckinridge Democrat when it was owned by Beard and Pile, leaves Louisville March 1st for his for iner home at May field, where he will engage la business, "u ' Lawrence B. Graham and Wicklifle I'ollin, of Bowling Green, spent Satur day and Sunday here. Boru to Mr. aud Mrs. Willie Board ou the 20th, a girl. The Woman's Home Mission Society will give a musical at the city hall night. Admission 10c and 15c. The spring-like days put some of our early gardeners to work plautiug peas and sowing radish and lettuce seeds. Mr. aud Mrs. D. S. Kichardson, of Uuiou Star, have beeu the guest.s of Mr. aud Mrs. P. M. Beard for several days. County Surveyor Warner, of Kings- wood, was in town Friday, returning from several days work near Mooley ville and Union Star. Judge Thurman, of Springfield, ar rived Sunday night to complete the present term of court. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George Esk- ridge on the 18th, a girl. M. H. Beard was in Lexington sev eral days last week on a business trip. Miss Mary Franklin Beard delight fully entsrtained the youug folk Friday night. Stanley Gray was at his home in Custer Friday and Saturday. John Marrhall went to Harned Sat urday. Contractor C. E. Mitchell, of Tell City, is pushing the work on the par sonage. N Society Mrs. John Matthews entertained at the home of her parents, Dr Owen and Mrs. Owen Saturday afternoon. The guests were: Mrs. Leonard Oelzo.Mrs. L. T. Reid, Miss Georgia White, Misses Lizzie and Margaret Skillman, Mrs. Fred Ferry, Misses Daisy Dean and Emmy Lou Moorman, Misses Martha and Rebecca Willis. 000 Saturday night Mrs. Foster Heyser gave a surprise party for her daughter, Miss Ray Heyser, who returned from Cincinnati that evening. Misses Daisy Dean and Emmy Lou Moorman were tH guests of honor. Those present wre the members of the Girls' Club a&d th young society men. r 000 Saturday afternoon Miss Virginia Harris wa hottew to a party of nine school girls who are planning to organ bman nun roiiowinq Failure o Other Banks Caused Step. Will File Assignment At Hartford. THIRD BANK TO FAIL Owensboro, Ky., Feb The Fords ville Banking Company at Fonlsville Ohio county, failed to open it.) doors this morning. A deed of assignment was prepared to-night and will be filed at Hartford, the county seat of Ohio county, in the morning. The bank statement filed with the Secretary of State on December IS last showed that the bank at that time had a surplus and undivided profits of fC.'iO deposits of $55,000; loans and discounts of $48,000; stocks and bonds, Sg.SOOjreal estate, furniture and fixtures, ffi.OOO, and overdrafts, $2,000. A. J. Wilson was the cashier at the time of the Dec ember statement. Among the stock holders are A. B. McCarty, J. . Rob erts, W. A. Fllmistor, Morris Wilson, T. J. Ratcliff.John T. SmithJ. B. West erfield and twenty-five others. Smith is the president and Westerfield vice president of the concern. During the past few weeks the State Bank of Centertown and the Ohio Coun ty Bank at Hartford, both in Ohio county, failed and it is said that the confidence of the people was shaken somewhat in the Fordsville bank. There was a small run and it was decided to place the institution in the hands of an assignee because the run took the re serve below the legal requirement. The officers say the depositors will be paid in full and it is not thought that the stockholders will be called upon to pay anything In to meet a loss. WHO LOVES MOST? Aiseries of exciting debates are being held at the Smart-Denham school house at Smart's Villa. "Which Has The Most Love, A Woman for a Man or A Man for a Woman" was the subject of the debate that lasted late Friday night and It was decided that a man has the most love. The judges were Roy Pat and Herman Waggoner, lnose on tne amrmatlve side were: Arthur Dsnham, Simon Smart, Aur burn Wheatley, Phelix Beavin, C. B. Elder. Negative Side: Lewis Beavin, Scott Smart, Forrest Beavin, Misses Francis and Jennie Beavin. The name of the debating society is The Golden Kod Club and next Friday mgnt tney win uenate on "which is The Most Dangerous Character, a Liar or a Thief, to a Community. Tney ex pect a warm old time. ize a social club to meet frequently at their homes. Delicious refreshments weie served and they had a jolly time The set includes the following: Misses Mary Pate, Mary Owen Oelze, Emily and Martha Reid, Mary Benton, Gensa Wills, Jane Llghtfoot, Louise Weather- holt and Miss Harris. 000 Miss Moorman and Miss Dean have been most popular during their visit to Mrs. Fred Ferry, and their friends have made their stay so pleasant that they are most enthusiastic over Cloverport. Mrs. Phelps, Mrs. Fred Fralze, Miss Mayme DeHaven, Miss Georgia White and Miss Louise Babbage were among those who entertained them, 000 Mrs. A. R, Fisher gave the second of the chain of entertainments of ten guests for the Methodist Aid Society, Saturday afternoon. Each guest brings ten cepts and the society is anxious that the chain is not broken until $50 will have been made. 000 Miss Ann Jarboe entertains tho Girls' Club this afternoon. 000 The Baptist Missionary Society gave a miscellaneous shower Monday after noon to Miss Mary Moorman at the home of Mrs Charles Llghtfoot. Miss Moorman will leave April the twelfth to resume evangelistic work in Yang Chow, China, for the Southern Baptist Association. Miss Moorman will be accompanied by her father as far as Los Angles, where he will make 1 bis home with his daughter, Mrs. Louis Ipsen. Mfcs Moorman has ben at her home in Owensboro during the last year since her return from China, where she spent J Celebrated Their Sixty-Third Birthday at Lovell For mer Breckenridge Twins. Unique Entertainment ALSO WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Lovell, Jan. 24. A double celebrat ion in commemoration of the anniver saries of important events, which is worth more than passing notice from tho fact of the unique features, was that arranged and carried out by Hir am and John Carlton, twin brothers of this little city, who celebrated their sixty-third birthday together with the thirty-fifth wedding anniversary by Hiram, which fell on the same day. Having cei6Lrateu tne larger num ber of their birthday anniversaries In the company of each oth-r, the aged, though hale and hearty twins bear a brotherly love for each other which seems to materially increase with each succeeding year and the commeration of their birthday is not more important in their eyes than the wedding anni versary of Hiram. Tho double celebration was marked by a mammoth dinner at whlcn a large number of friends and relatives were present and a general good time was enjoyed by all. The brothers are among the most progressive citizens of this section of the state. Goes in the Bank. Miss Ray .Lewis Heyser will accept position as assistant book-keeper in the Bank of Cloverport and takes up the work tomorrow. Mrs. Clara Elder Beavin, wife of Mr. H. Beavin, died last Tuesday night. Her death wa3 due to tuberculosis. The interment took place Wednesday even- ng at St. Remould's- cemetery, near Hardinsburg. Mrs. Beavin was thirty years o age and was married to Mr. Beavin twelve years ago. Besides him she leaves two young daughters, Blanche and Maud Beavin, -whom she requested to be placed in an orphan's home. She was a devoted mother and a sweet neigh bor. Mrs. Beavin said she was happier in Cloverport than any place she had ever lived and said she loved the peo ple here, especially her neighbors. The deceased was a devout member of the St. Rose Catholic Church. Her sister, Miss Myrtle Elder and her brother, Mr. Allen Elder, are staying with Mr. Beavin and the children until th,eir arrangements for the future are made. five years in the missionary fields. Her friends of Cloverport have been Intensely Interested in her mission. The reception given her Monday afternoon was one mat win De long rememoerea by Miss Moorman and the guests. After a little talk on China and her people by the honored guest, Mrs. Llghtfoot served a delicious two course luncheon. When the guests left, the Society gave Miss Moorman a check for ten dollars to be used in her work. 000 Mrs. J. B. Randall and Miss Claudia Pate entertained at the Cloverport Hotel Monday evening with a Chante- cler party In honor of Miss Daisy Dean and Miss Emmy Lou Moorman, of Glen Dean, who are visitors of Mrs. Fred Ferry. The invitations were limited to the relatives and family friends of the oung ladies and were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Wickliff Moorman, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Oelze, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Reid, Mrs. ohn Matthews, of Philadelphia; Mrs, Emma Skillman, Prof, and Mrs. Tan ner, Capt. and Mrs. J. H. Rowland, Misses Emmy Lou Moorman, Daisy Dtan, Rebecca Willis, Martha Willis, Katherine Moorman, Cleona Weather- holt, Eva Plank, Edith Plank, Edith .Burns, Martha Miller, Ella Smith, Eunice Jennings, Messrs. W. L. Hens- ley, Dr. McDonald, J. Dillon, Dr, Boon, Dwight Randall, P. D. Plank. The prize, a live chicken with a red ribbon around its neck, was won by Miss Ella Smith for answering the largest number of Chantecler questions. If tne best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Flour Is the flour you ought to use. IRVINGTON Miss Ruby Head And Ernest Galloway Marry In Evans-ville-Branson-Hart Wedding To morrow. DOWELL GOES TO THE PEN. Mrs. Kennedy, of Jeffersontown, Is spending several days as the guest of Rev. and Mrs. L. K. May. Miss Claire Jolly, who has been the guest of Miss Laurn Chambers in Lou isville, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Henry and baby, of Florida, arrived last week to be the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Henry. The Missionary meetintr of the Pres byterian church will meet on Thursday aiternoon, aiarcn J, with Mrs. W. B iNemerton, au interesting program nas oeen arrangeu which should be speak a good attendance. The musical talent of the Baptist con' gregation are busy preparing some Deautitui music which will be rendered in the near future. Mrs. J. R. Wimp nas cnarge or tne music. Miss Ruby Head and Mr. Ernest Gal ioway were married in livansville on lat ednesday. They arrived in Irv ington Thursday aud are making their nome with his mother, Mrs. Fidelia Galloway, on Church Ave., for the present Robt. Cnder and family of Glen Dean, have come here to live and have taken a cottage in College Addition. Lewis II. Jolly has cone to Louis ville to accept a position as book-keeper for Thomas Cersack & Co., a large ad vertising firm. Lewis has many friends here who wish him unbounded success In his new line of work. Mrs. Lydia A. lolly and D W. Henrv are having concrete walks laid in front of their residences on Walnut Ave. R. B McGlothlan is the contractor. The wedding of Miss Lottie Branson to Mr Harvey Hart, of this city, will be quietly solemnized on Th rsday morning, February 23, at the home! of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Bran son, in Baskett. The Rev. J. B. Adams will officiate. W. J. Piggott left yesterday for Daw son Springs, where he has gone to at tend the annual meeting of the Millers Association. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Rice and two children, Iva and Alvin, left last week for a month's trip iu Florida. They will visit Mr. aud Mrs. Joe Culley at Tallahassee, Fla., for several days. Miss Eva McGlothlan visited in Hard- jinsburglast week, the guest of Miss Mary E. Peyton. Alonzo Dowell, who killed his son in law, Dock Adams, was given a sentence of five years in the penitentiary by a jury in the Circuit Court at Hardins burg last week. Mrs. S. P. Parks after being the guest ot her sister, Mrs. Will Ashcraft, in Brandenburg, has returned home. Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening. Mrs. A. D. Pulliam, Mrs. A. T. Ad kins and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft were in Louisville last week shopping. E. F. Alexander has returned from St. Louis where he went on a business trip. The open Missionary Meeting which was held at the Methodist church on last Friday evening, was a success. The church was beautifully decorated in the national colors which was quite pretty and very effective. The program was interesting and nicely carried out by the different societies. Mrs. W. J. Pig gott's report from the Womens Jubilee held in Louisville in January was both clear and concise. She emphasized the fact that the domlant thought through out the whole Jubilee meeting was Unity in carrying on the missionary work. The evening offering was good, which amounted to $22. Mrs. Annie Herndon left the first of the week for Louisville for an indifinlte visit to her sister, Mrs. J, M. Tydlngs. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hook and daugh ters, Ruby Haynes and Elizabeth Moor man, will leave tonight for Cloverport to attend the banquet given by the Knights of Pythias and while in the city will be the guests of friends for a few days. If the best is not top . good for you, Lewisport Best dour is the flour you ought to use. Go to W. N. Holt for regular meals. Hot and cold lunches at all hours, Misses Laura Hale and Letitia Cha pin, milliners of this place, are In Lou isville buying spring millinery. They will bring tho best line of hats that has ever ben brought to Irvington. Makis Homi Baking Easy ROYAl ifl &AKlN5 POWDER Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powdmn made from Royal Grapm Cream of Tartar HO ALUM.ND LIME PHOSPHATE Amon Hook was found dead at 5 o'clock last Friday morning at the jail in Louisville. He hune himself with his suspe'nders. Hook was arrested several days ago on warrants sworn charging him with obtaining money under false pretenses. The deceased leaves a wife and was a native of Hardinsburg. T SALE A BIG SUCCESS One of the most successful small sales ever attended was held on the Chris Bewley place last Wednesday. Richard Bennett was disposing of all his farm implements, stock etc. It was con ducted by Col. H. J. Gorsuch, wnomade everything bring its worth or more. The colonel is an. up-to-date auctioneer He knows the value of things and how to present them to make the public ap preciate their value and bid their worth. He conducts a sale with absolute fair ness to both seller and bidder. He wont cry a sale where there is by-bid ding going on He nas this tnorouehly understood before betakes the block. He Is a most enthusiastic cryer and never lets a thing go till he pets its worth or near It. The colonel Is going to have a sale of his own March 8 at his place near Ir vington. He Is prepalring to give a free lunch to live hundred people. This will be the bizi:est thiner ever pulled off In this county in the way of & sale. You will miss something if you don't attend. -TAUL Thos. Hawkins announces the en gagement of his daughter, Miss Lena Hawkins to Mr. Otis Taul. Ths mar riage will take place Sunday afternoon at the bride's home near Balltown at three o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Willett, pastor of Clover Creek church will offi ciate. The bride is a most capable young woman and has kept bouse for her father ever since her mother's death when she was a little girl. The groom is a farmer of Balltown vicinity nnd is a progressive young man. NEW QUARRY The Webster Stone Company is open ing a new s$onc quarry near George Lyddan's place about one mile west of Irvington, Work has already begun on the switch leading to the quarry. Worland Carter has the contract and expects to complete it in 30 days the weather permitting, This will be a busy place when the company gets fully under headway, giving employment to a number of hands and a big tonnage to the rail roads. They have a contract with the Andrew Steel Company, of Newport, Ky., for 2,000 tons per month, for flux rock for fluxing or purifying metals. It ia tho littlo acts of kindness every day that aro most ap-, preciated in life. Jell;.