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ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOL. XL CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1916. 8 Pages No. 49 HELD UP AT POINT OF REVOLVER Heber Hicks, of Cynthiana. Held Up and Relieved of $20 and a Watch By White Man and Negro. Monday Bight, about 11 o 'clock. Heber Hicks, mhi of Jacob 1 1 i e k -. who is selling; cultivators to the farmers throughout t h i county, was held up at flic point of a re volver at the mouth of the alley on Oak street b, 'tween High and Railroad streets, by a white man who Mr. Hicks said wore a mak, and a negro, and relieved of $20 in money and a watch. Mr. Hicks was on his way to the Cloverport Hotel, after calling on a young lady in the southern part of the city, and as he came to the alley just above the home of Wm. Smart, the robbers step ped out and shoved the gun into Mr. Hicks' face and demanded his money. The white man oave the revolver to the negro and told him to keep it on Mr. Hicks, and then he proceeded to ritle the pockets of the young man who was too badly frightened to make an outcry. Mr. Hicks did not report the hold-up until the next morning, and it is very doubtful if the rob bers will be apprehended, as Mr. Hicks says he does not know the number of the watch. James Sanders Hurt When Wagon Overturns. .lames Sanders was hurt very badly Monday nisrht when he was returning from Skillman with the oil wagon. A short distance above Haffalo V allow the wagon overturned and rolled down the embankment, pinioning Mr. San dei s beneath the wagon He was considerably bruised and one leg was broken. He was removed to the home of Mr. West, nearby, where medical attention was given him. The accident occurred about 7 o'clock. Hardinsburg Pharmacy THE DRUG STORES The Completeness of Our Stock A "complete" drug stole In these modern tlnii's curries thousands of separate itms. W have everything My Urun store ordinarily sells, and many specialties not usually found In every drug store. There Is, therefore, less liability to disappoint mem If you look for what you want here Kihst. Ws Sell Everything any Drug Store has, and Deliver Anything, Anywhere, Anytime When You Want Tea lor Ice Tea 4 You want only the best. You will make no mistake by using our Tea. We are Agents lor the Celebrated PATHFINDER COFFEE. It's the Coffee that Beats Them all, costs no more and Is much Better. aS"' KODAK Deal with mm rly BAPTISTS ASK FOR Want Better Protection For Speakers and Press. Also Want District of Columbia Arid. The Southern baptist Convention at its final session at shcville, X. C , adopted resolutions asking for the pas sage of a national prohibition law; that the I district of Columbia he made pro hibition territory, anil requiring better police protection for public speakers. In the course of the debate speakers de nounced the bill pending in Congress to make the Postmaster General the "su preme censor of the denominational and secular press." by giving him authority to refuse the use of mails to publications attacking religions. The prohibition resolution came itp under the head of the report of the Com mittee on Prohibition and Social Re form, and its adoption put Southern baptists on record as "unalterably op posed to the liquor traliic, gambling dens, dens of vice, child labor and the sweatshop. Among other resolutions adopted was the thanking the local newspapers and other organizations which contributed to the success of the meeting. The next convention will meet in New Orleans. His First Visit. Mr. (ieo. K. Hess, manaoer of the Trust Department of the Hunk of BaidiMbarg Trust Co., mo tored over lust week with Col. Irtiirli; Merc 'i' to tiike a look at our town. He wits favorably im pressed and said: "'You have a mighty nice town and a good one. " Two Aged Citizens III. Irvinnton (Spetia!. ) Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, two aged people of this community, are quite lit. Mr. Cox has been ill for the past six months Mrs. Cox was taken ill Sunday They are both highly respected citizens. Much apprehension is felt for them. To Ship Cattle July 1. The three car loads of cattle pur chased by W. C. Pate in this vicinity recently, were not shipped to Heard llros. last week as we stated in The Bieckenridge News, but will be ship ped about July L Irvington Pharmacy THAT SAVE YOU MONEY Family Dr. says. Use our pure Sweet-Scented Soaps and Toilet Preparations. KODAK KODAK on what you buy. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburtr, Kentucky At the Close of Business June 1st. 1916. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Cash on flam! and in Other Banks Banking Mouse. Furniture and Fixtures, charged off. Farm Lands Other Assets M. D. Heard, President. Paul ComptOI), C ashier. C. V. Robertson. Dr. A. M. Kincheloe. THREE DEATHS IN THREE MONTHS In the Brown Family at Con stantine Mr. and Mrs. Brown Were Eighty Years of Age. Miss Annie ltrown, of Coustautinc. died at her home latitat tow n January II, 1916. of appendicitis Her mother, Mrs John brown, died the following month, February 4, ami on March 3, her father, Mr, John Brown, died of lagripps Mr ami Mrs. BfOwa were both eighty years of age, ami had lived in lirei keu ridge county for some time. The following Children survive: Mrs. I Salhe Cain, Mrs. Victoria Spencer, Mrs Henry Matthews, 1) II lirown. I. I. lirown and Thos. 1'. brown. All three of the bodies were buried in the Loaf, I.ick cemetery near Constan tine. Painful Accident. J. M. Kitch, foreman of the wood shop at tlie L , H. & St L. K'y. shop, here, happened to a painful accident Satur day when he cut one of his lingers on his left hand on a rip-saw. Dr. E. C. McDonald dressed the wound. Democratic National Con vention St. Louis, Mo. lO o for the round trip from Clover port to St. Louis, Mo. Tickets on sale June lb, II, l and ii, limited to return June 25. Monument Unveiled. The unvailing ' lht' monument of Willie Simmons at the Macedonia church in lireckcnrnlgc county was a beauti ful memorial service. Kour or Banizations took part in the service and matched together. They vers: Masons, Modern Woodmen. Woodman of the World and Ladies Kuihts ot Security. Devotion. 1 services were held at the chinch before noon. A bountiful din ner was served on the grounds Im mediately after the noou hour the member marched to the graveyard, where they bold their services, un veiled the mouument, and decorated the graves ot deceased members. About Ave hundred people were prevent. Condensed Statement of $392,871.44 4,783.25 76,180.34 5,437.13 219.62 $479,491.78 Respectfully, PAUL COMPTON, Cashier. OFFICERS M. B. Kincheloe, Assistant Cashier, (ieo. F. Hess, Manager Trust Dep't. DIRECTORS M. D. Heard. Willis Green. SELLING OUT To Stock up Again 4 cam Pork and Means best brand Armour's Sale Soap, 2 bars 25c tor JU 3 pounds canned Kraut for 50c 15k Econom) Breakfast squares Fish 1' lakes, better than fresh 3 cans fur 25c Summer Underwear at Bargain Prices Jesse Howard. Jr. Glen Dean. Ky. DECORATION DAY OBSERVED SUNDAY By Members of K. of P. Lodge and M. W. A. Rev. A. N. Couch Delivered Address. The decoration of the graves of the de ceased members of the K. ot 1'. and M. W. A. lodges was observed ill this city Sunday afternoon by the members of the two lodges. The hue of march was tormcd ill the sliccl in front of the lodge rooms at ! o'clock, and tile procession marched in a body 1,1 1 1'1' cemetery. Tat services Wtla inspiring and pat riotic and were conducted by the Key A N. Couch, who delivered a splendid address A large crowd attendee. Appointed Surgeon. Dr. Ci K. Lighlfuot has been appointed local surgeon for the Louisville, Henderson a St. LsWil Railway Co. in thin city. LIABILITIES Capital Stock Laid in $ 50,(100.0(1 Surplus and Undivided Profits 45,188.73 Deposits ... 384.30.V15 $479,491.78 P. 1. Heard. Paul Compton. CHILDREN'S DAY Exercises Given at the Metho distChurchSunday Program in Charge of Miss Ida White and Class Children's Day exercises were observed it the Met'. . list church Sunday by the children and young ladies of the M tt, Sunday School. The program was in charge of Miss Ida White, assisted by her class and the teachers of the primary grades. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion iii pot flowers ami rosea The subject of the program was the "King's Garden" in which many of the smaller chi dren took part and delivered them splendidly. Special aoaga aetn sung by the children and the older mem hers Mrs I, T Reid sang a beautiful solo. Those assisting Miss White were: Misses BmUy Reid, Bessys Arnold, I .on ise Nicholas, Jane I.ightfoot, Monnie Moorman, Vera .Moorman, Tula llab bage, Ruth l'arnsworth. Maude Berry, Kluora Reid, Kathleen Chris, Mary Kin dir. Josie Kaitt, Leonora Met'.avock and Mary Met'.avock New Telephone Line. A new telephone line hut been built from Fordsville to Askm on the BfaBCa. This line will he extended from Anstkst to Clover port in the neat future. Returns From Florida. Mrs. Kli.a Webb returned lawt week from her Florida home to her home in I la we v Ust, Mrs. W ebb spent a delightful winter, and is Mjoving the best of health. ROYAL BAKING POWDER No Alum NEW DEPOT FINISHED MR. BEHEN MOVES IN The Freight Oepot of the Hen derson Route at This Place Finished. Built of Concrets Blocks. Tiic new height depot of the Henderaon Route in thi. cltj is finished and occupied iv the e;e nial agent, Hoi ioui Behen. Mr. lichen is Verv prood of his new bone It is a handsome building. belli Oltt nf concrete block furn ished be L Powem, of llawe ville. It is a neat, m baton tial beilding, Br and rat proof and i of the t pe that Mi. Hudson has bed buiil hi (ill ii Dean and Kurds ville. These baildingl will .stand M a BOOumeal to Mr. Hudson for all time. Thev are iiiaint. neat mid lubwtontial and pleasing to the eve. Another beauty about these building! i. that they are a home product, built be home peo ple and out of home material. Mr. Hudson is a greet stickler for home products and never uses any other kind when he can jret theiu on his road. MR. JOHN COX Dies at His Home Near Irving ton Monday Survived by His Wife and Eight Children. Irvington, June 5 . ( Special. ) Mr, John Cox, a prominent farmer and highly esteemed citizen, died at his home near tills citv Monday at II a. in., In his eightieth year. Mr. Cox has been ir. feeble health lor several months, and nil death was not lines peeled, He is survived by his wife, seven daughters and one sou, and a large number of grandchildren. His daughters aie: Mrs, Tom Ditto, of Louisville; Mrs. Robert IL.rdaway, De fiance, Mo.; Mrs. Sue Jolly, Mrs. 11. C. Cain, Mrs. P, W. Poote, Mis. Herbert Payne, Mrs, (i. A l-'oote, .mil son, W, L. Cox, of Irvmgtcu. K a tie r a 1 services were held at his home Tuesday at ii o'clock, con ducted bv Kee. T. I. Wade. Inter ment in family boning ground. Breaks Ankle When Horse Runs Away. Irvington, June .! - Kther Hall of Webster, nappe and t Quits a serious accident Pridaj atternoon while passing through lieit. A liorse he and Prank Headrieks were delving became (light ened at a men ua a telephone pole and nn down Mon .treat. Ml Hall jumped from the buggy breaking his lilt ankle In tWO places and Mist. lined severe bruises. Tns injured limb was treated by Dis. Moieiueti and l'arks. He was moved o his home at Webster that evening. Mr. Hendiicks was not injured. A Mistake. It has been circulated aroand that I, or some other person, had changed the deed to the house and lot that Samuel Taul, deceased, lived in, which is false. The parties that made the deed are all living and good citisens of hrcckcnrulgc Thev are; K II llarb -e and llettie bar bie, Maady Wilson and W. D Wilson, J. I . W ilson, of Lexington. James keen. 111 wrote the deed, taking ack nowledgement ol ..line If any one lie- lieves this talk ask James If an ot si C. barbie iiid Maty will tell vou that there nSVSf was but one died made and that was to Samuel C. and Nat Taul. This deed is recorded in Deed Hook No. .Vs. I 'age -V Nat Taul No Phosphate ttafrTiiiiiii '1 hi ii 1 ' iiilftsll