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ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOL. XL CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1916. 8 Pages No. 33 J A- DEATH COMES TO WEIL- J. T. F. Owen Passes Away at His Home at Glen Dean Nearly Four Hundred Friends Pay Tribute. FUNERAL HELD SATURDAY. The Haptist church nt Glen Dean was crowded to the doors Saturday afternoon with sorrowing friends and relatives who came through rain and mud to be pres ent at the funeral of J T. F. Owen and pay loving respect to his memory The altar was covered with many beautiful floral tributs, last offerings from those to whom he had endeared himself during his long career of usefulness and Chris tian citizenship. The services, conducted by the Rev. J. E. Meng, were sincere and impressive and the music was rendered by the choir. The songs were favorites of Mr. Owen, who was a member of this church 66 years. When he was 22 years old he joined the Masonic order of which he was a faithful member The Masons concluded the services with Mr. Walter J. Piggott officiating. The interment took place in Glen Dean cemetery. The active and honorary pall bearers were James A. Dean, G A. Wright, W. A. Moorman, Judge Henry DeHaven Moor- , man, Glen Moorman, W. W. Baxter, Dr. P. E. Dempster, William Davis, Walter Moorman, Sylvester Jefferies and Robert E. Moorman. Many Attend Funeral. Those who attended the funeral from a distance were Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman, Judge Matthias Miller, Judge D. D. Dowell, Frank Peyton, W. H. Hensley, Thomas Heard, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson, Mrs John D. Shaw. and Miss Louise Moorman, Hardinsburg, John D. Beeler, John B. Bates, G. A. Wright, William Davis, Mrs'. Charles Lyons, Miss Sudie Bates and Mr. O'Brien, McQuady, John and Charlie Moorman, Leitchfield, and Dr E P. Rogers, Fordsville. Death Came Friday. Mr. Owen died Friday morning, Feb ruary 11. His death was caused from cancer of which he had been a sufferer for years. He was seriously ill five or six months and the end was momenta' rily expected for three weeks. Mr. Owen was under the constant care of his daughter, Miss Bettie Webb, at their home in Glen Dean Besides Miss Webb and his daughters, Mrs. W. C. Moorman, Glen Dean, and Mrs. R. W. Owen, of Owensboro, he leaves four sons, Clark Owen, of Mis souri, Jeff D. Owen, of Elizabethtown, and John and James Owen, of Glen Dean. Mr. Owen's sister, Mrs. Mary E. Bradshaw, of Leitchfield died Wednes day, February 9, at the age of 82, Wil liam Judsou Owen and Robert C. Owen survive the deceased brother and sister. nr. Owen Native Citizen. Mr. Owen was born in Breckenridge county at his old home place near Glen Dean October 28, 1833. He was the son of James and Mildred Owen and has lived all his life in that neighborhood In his IRVIIMGTON PHARMACY The Drug Stores That Saves WATCH US GROW FEED YOUR HOGS, CATTLE Drugs, Medicines, Kodak Supplies, Etc. We are Agents for SAL-VET! 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A full line of Imported and Domestic Toilet Waters and Sachet Powders Come in our store when in town and let us show you these articles TALCUMS mAA FACE P0WDERS , u Huh h,H AzU9a Pe). LaTrelle (Pivers), Plvers-(rWO. Dear Kiss, Kogers WISH you had. Menguel (Plvcrs). Melba, Carmen, & Gallets, Collates iii, Squlbbs, ira-OnH ... Moll nr.-Efi Woodbury's, Freeman's, Zephyr, Menn.ns, Williams'. Welon.s (1 lb Send US your Mail OrdersS R08er & Gallets V.lveo a. Mary , ... Btuart, Nadtne, Daggett & Koms- 1B0) and many others. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Try US dale's, Face Leaves, Dorln Rouge. business as farmer, merchant and dealer in tobacco he made a host of life long friends. In his dealings in the com munity he was known and liked for his fairness No other man in llreckcn ridge county was more populnr One of his remarkable business associ ations was his service with the Planters' Tobacco Warehouse, of Louisville, which he represented in this county and Grayson for 3.! years. And for some time he served in the same capacity with the Picket House. Dr. R. W. Meador, of Custer, and Miss Purlesly Allen, of Hardinsburg, Marry in Louis ville. Miss Purlesy Allen, of Hardinsburg and Dr. R. W. Meador. of Custer, were quietly married in Louisville Tuesday, February 1, at the rectory of the Port land Avenue liuptUt chinch. The cere mony was performed by the pastor Rev. Chas. II. Turner. The wedding came as a surprise to the many friends of the couple, there being no previous announcement of the event. They will make their home at Custer. The bride is the dbughter of Mr. John Allen, a prominent farmer residing near Hardinsburg. For several days she had been visiting relatives at Clover port. Dr. Meador is a prominent phy sician well known In Breckenridge county. E Beautiful Luncheon Given Thurs day by Mrs. David McDonald and Mrs. Prince Davis, of Durant, Okla. Mrs. David MacDonald and Mrs. Prince Davis, (nee Miss Ruth Haynes), were hostesses Thursday to a "Rose Luncheon." Covers were laid for twenty guests. A color motif of pink and pale green predominated the dec orations and table appointments. Pink Killarney loses, Narcissus, Plumosa fern and Southern smilax were used in fc'.tat profusion, the dining room being a perfect bower, where the flowers were attractively arranged in cut glass baskets about the room. The room was lighted by many pink wax taper;, which burned in silver candelabras and candle sticks; each reflecting itself in the old Colonial mirrors. A seven course luncheon was served, featuiing the chosen colors, pink and green in each course. Especially did the rose idea predominate in the ice course, It being a large pink candy rose filled with Pistachio Mousse served with monogram cakes. The afternoon's amusement was auc tion biidge. Democrat, Durant, 'Okla. Alabama Farmers. R. M. Splvy and W. S. lirannon, of Owens Cross Roads, Ala., farraers'and sawmill men, were at Glen Dean last Saturday. They were there to see W. R. Moorman & Sons cattle and mules and HORSES SAL-VET and The Bank of ASSETS Loans and Discounts $376,641.65 Cash on hand and due from other Banks 74,667.36 Overdrafts 2,936.79 Banking House and Lot charged off 0.00 Farm Lands 1,924.34 Other Assets 160.16 Total $456,330.30 M. D. BEARD, President PAUL COMPTON, Cashier M. B. KINCHELOL. Ass't. Cashier MISS LOUISE- MOORMAN, Ass't. Cashier ' X C. V. Rohertson Dr. A. M. Kincheloe SHOOTS SELF, MAY DIE Richard Hildt, Young Man of Hancock County, Victim of Accident While Visiting Friend's Home. Richard Hildt, .1 young man of Han cock county, accidently shot himself with a revolver Sunday night as he was about to leave the home of Edward Iloliu, of Cauueltuu, Ind., where he had been making a social call. The weapon was of 32 caliber and the ball penetrated his chest a few inches above the heart, making i dangerous wound. Surgical aid was at once summoned, but probing failed to reveal the bullet, so that Hildt's recovery is doubtful. Attends Lincoln Banquet. Prof. J. R Meador, Joe Fitch and Marion Weatherholt went to Louisville Saturday afternoon to attend the 'Lincoln Banquet" given at the Seel bach Hotel. They returned Sunday. HARDINSBURG PHARMACY You Money 9 WATCH THEM IMPROVE Condensed Report of the Condition Hardinsburg Hardinsburg, Kentucky At the close of business January 28, LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus Fund 35,000.00 Undivided Profits ... 6,494.78 Deposits Total Very respectfully, PAUL COMPTON, Cashier v OFFICERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS: M. D. Beard Willis Green STUDENT HELD FOR MURDER OF GIRL Evidence Seems Conclusive, Believe Authorities. Chicago, Feb. 14. William Orpet. hold for the poisoning ot Marian Lambert spent the day In solitude in the Lako Forest jail. No one was allowed to see him. Even his mother was refused permission to talk to him. Tho authorities of Lako county spont tho day In obtaining evidence In tho caso. They questioned the par ents or tho dead girl and hor friends, Josephine Davis, Eleanor Double and Mary Marshall, and .Mary's father, William Marshall, who was with Mr. Lambert whon they found tho body. State's Attorney Dady. whon ho re turned to Wankecan, said: "I am not trying to convict an Innocent man. Hut I have not yet uncovered a single bit of evldonco which would show that Orpet Is Innocont." Mr. Lambert and Mr. Marshall told tho Investigating trio that when they found tho girl sho was lying In tho snow with her books held In her nrms. This Is unnatural they pointed out. If sho had taken poison, sho would not havo hold onto the bonks. If she had, tho books would have fallen and been scattered all over tho ground. Tho poison which killed tho girl Is believed to have been cyantdo of po tassium and an ncid mixed. Revival at Irvington. A revival meeting will begin at the Mtthodiiit church in Irvington Sunday, February !i0. The fetvlces will be con ducted by the pastor, assisted by the congregation, with W, C. Chiippull as song leader. The people- are cordially Invited to ntteud. Successful in Real Estate. Lonnle Keith has putchnsed three lots In the Henry addition und has con tracted with the Jenkins-Essex Com pany to build a two. story residence thereon. The lots cost in the neigh boihood of $1,000 and the residence will cost about J2,!iflO, Elizabethtown Mirror. Suffering From Sprained Wrist. Roe Hook bus been suffering for a week with a sprained wrist. He fell off his porch and catchlug on to a vine saved hlra from being badly hurt. vfv -,v w.e ru wv ,jt& t- tnSf ifVJk cT" o'jT. itT. 8 & Trust Co. a 1916. 364,835.52 $456,330.30 P. M. Beard p Paul Compton J EPWORTH LEAGUE GROUP MEETING Held at Hawesville February 12. Splendid Program Was Rendered. Many Delegates Attend. Representative members of the Clover port, Lewisport and Hawesville Epworth Leagues, held a very interesting meet ing at Hawesville Saturday, February 12 The program began at 1:30 o'clock, the welcome address being given by Hughes Chambers. A talk on "How We Started the lludget Plan in Cloverport," by Miss Lula Seveis and "The League as a Mis sionary Agency," by Rev. 1'. C Duvall, were enjoyed very much. Miss Cecil M Jackson gave an interesting reading A beautiful quirtette was rendered by John Maston, Sherly Mason, 15 15. Rya 1 and F. T Howard. Special ad dresses were made by Mr 15. M Keelor and Rev. R C. McDowell. Many others took part in the program. The out of-town guests were highly entertained nt the homes of the Hawes ville members. A very pleasant day was enjoyed by nil. Those who attended from here were: Miss Lula Severs, Miss liessye Arnold, Miss Jeauette Hum, Miss SusetteSawjer, Mrs D. l'helps, Mrs. Tony Nicholas, Miss Louise Nicholas, Andrew Ashby and Emmett Kdmoudsou Of Interest to Farmers. Joseph 11, Kastle, director of the Ag ricultural Experiment Station of Ken tucky, has now on hands bulletins which will be of interest and use to ev ery fanner who is interested in the .suc cess of his farm. Within tint past few years the correspondence of the Ex periment Station has increased enor mously. It has gradually become a great clearing house for information on a great variety of agricultural subjects. These bullelius are free, and can be ob tained by writing to the Kentucky Agri cultural Experiment Station at Lexing ton, War Prices For Potash. Mr. I'ete Masey Is the first man In lirecketiridge cuuuty to profit by war prices, He sold last week 400 pouuds of potash for $110. This was a lot he had left over from last year. It cost him $3.G0 per 100 pounds, Mr, Maysey was well pleased with his profit. CALL FOR REPUBLI- All Republican Voters Are Urged to be Present and Participate. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26. To the Uepublicnns of Urecklnrldge County: Pursuant tu a call issued bv the Re publican State Central Committee, the Kepublcan voters of Ilreckinridtre county are called to meet In mass con vention at Hardinsburg, Ky , at the courthouse at one o'clock p. m. Satur day, February 2li, 101(1, for the pur pose of selecting 26 delegates to rep present this county for them at the Fourth Congressional District Conven tion tu be held at Elizabethtown, Ky., on Tuesday, February 211, where dele gates to the Ilopublican National Con- entlon, a member of tho State Central Committee and an elector will be chosen and to attend the Stato Con vention to be held in Louisville, Ky., on March I, 11)1(1, where delegates from the state at large, members of the State Central Committee and electors will be chosen, and to transact any other business that may properly come before said county convention. All Republican voters are urged to be present and participate In said con vention. Given under our hands this Febru ary 11, 1016. II. M. HEARD, Chairman Republican County Com. D. D. DOWELL, Secretary. ACADEMIC CLUB Organized by Men of Cloverport Twelve Charter Members Enrolled Next Meeting to be Held February 29. The above is the name of a new liter ary organization in Cloverport which came into existauce January 20, 1916. Its purpose, as expressed in its by-laws, s 'to bring together a congenial group of men interested in their personal de velopment in thought along historical and scientific lines. The members shall devote themselves individually and col lectively to the task of fostering in the community where they live serious thinking and thoughtful reading." The charter members of the club are as follows: J R. Meadow, president: Paul S. Powell, vice-president; J. S. Henry, corresponding secretary; Ira D. Itelieu, secretary-treasurer; G. R. Mc Coy, E C. .McDonald, O. T. Skillman, I). II. l'helps, Paul Lewis, II S. Wil- liains, 11. N. Wood ami A N. Couch. The membership is limited to fifteen and is gained only upon the unanimous invitation of the club members. The club plans include the bringing of two distinguished speakers to Clover port each year as well as an annual banquet in May. Two meetings are to be held each month from October to May inclusive. The regular programs include papers by two of the members on subjects of their own selection. The reading of the pa pers is followed by discussions from the membership. The host at any meeting has the privilege of inviting three visit ors Last Friday night, the Academic Club met witli Mr. 1). II. Phelps and most in teresting papers were read by Mr, Ira 1) llehen on "Fifteen Minutes with the World's Great Inventors" and by Rev, J. S. Henry 011 "Ghosts." The next meeting is to be held with Prof. G. R. McCoy on Tuesday night, February 29. Demand For Oolite Growing. The Webster Stone Company shipped a car load of Oolite to St. Louis last week. The demand fur this product Is growing rapidly. H. F.-Madison, a noted chemist, of Ashland, Ky., tays: "It Is positively the best limestone he ever anal) zed, nud is practicilly pure, containing 00 49 carbonates. Mrs. Adams Dies. Mrs. Frank Adams, aged seventy- seven years, died Tuesday, February 8, at her home in Shawnee, Okla. For some time she had been down with paralysis. She Is survived by her hus band, several children, two sisters, Mrs. Coia Renfro, of Dundee; Mrs. Sal lie Hlack, of Springfield, III., undone brother, Mr. Jesse Weatherholt, ot this city. She was buried Tuesday, Feb ruary i). 1