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rSJ- i-f5 -i THE BRECKENRIDUE NEWS. $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Mtfnths; 50c for Three Months VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1920 8 Pages No. 8 y --7r f J- "ff ' rfff ISRAEL HOLDER PASSED AWAY Native of Hancock County Had Lived Here Forty Years. 63 Years Old. Mr. Israel Holder, who had been in ill health for the last few years, died Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of his brother-in-law, Mr. Kenton Pate, and Mrs. Pate, in the Wst End. Death was due to compli cations. The funeral was held at the grave in the Cloverport cemetery, Thurs day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Ser vices conducted by Rev. E. C. Nail, and the remains were interred beside those of his wife and daughter, the former having died a little over a year a'go. Mr. Holder was 03 years old. Born in Hancock county, and came to Cloverport to reside forty years ago. He was the son of James Holder. He is survived by a brother, James Hold er, of Midway, Ky. FIRST DEED RECORDED IN COUNTY IN 1802. The first deed ever recorded in the County Clerk's office of Drcckinridgc County, was in 180'-', .one hundred and eighteen years ago, The deed was for two town lots in Hardinsburg to Wm. Hardin and Balscr Clay comb, consideration 23 pounds current money, and was written with a quill pen. MRS. HERNDON'S FUNERAL CONDUCTED BY REV. P. H. RYAN, OF LOUISVILLE. Irvington, Aug. 10. (Special) The funeral of Mrs. J. M. Herndon was held at the Methodist church on Thursday1 afternoon at 2 a'clock. Rev. P. H.Ryan, of Louisville, who held the memorial service for Mrs. Hern don's son, Lewis Herndon,- who was killed in France, conducted the ser vice. Rev. Ryannvas assisted by Rev. C. F. Hartford. A host of relatives and friends were in attendance, and num erous floral designs were sent. The burial took place on the Cedar Hill cemetery. Service. We nave many phases of service but only one purpose: To develop a re lationship that is broadly Helpful. Our five departments Render thorough and efficient service on all transactions. Comerical Banking Trust Business Savings Department Safety Deposit Boxes Foreign Exchange Member of Federal Reserve System. We Sell American Bankers Association trav elers Checks. Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Co. Marktt at Fourth Louisville, Kentucky OLDEST BUSINESS CONCERN CLOSED A. R. Fisher's Drug Store Pass es Into History. Established Over 60 Years Ago. Stock Sold Locally. . Closing out the stock of drugs i A. R. Fisher's Drug Store removes one of the oldest business concerns in Cloverport. The stock is being dis posed of this week to two of the local druggists, E. M. Wedding of Wed ding's Drug Store, and R. L. Oclzc. The brick building that the store oc cupied has been retained by Mr. Fish er's widow. The firm of Fisher's Drug Store is over sixty years old. The late A. R. Fisher established the business some sixty years ago, and his first store was a frame building on the same corner of the one today. In 1880, Mr. Fisher built a fine brick building to replace the frame dwelling, and it was burned in the big fire March 13, 1001. To replace that, the present brick building was built. Previous to Mr. Fisher entering the drug business , the late Mr. John Raitt, owned a drug store on the same corner, which he sold to Mr. Fisher. So there has been a drug store on this one corner in Cloverport for nearly a century making it a his toric landmark of the town. SCHOOLS TO OPEN LABOR DAY, SEPT. 6 Cloverport Public and St. Rose Pariochial Schools Open Same Day. New Faculty For Public School. nl luouuay, acpiciuucr u, which is isJvLabor Day, will also be the opening is of. the fall term for Cloverport Public school and the St. Rose pariochial school in this city. , The first day in the public school will be taken up with the opening ex ercises to which the patrons of the school are invited to attend and the pupils assigned to their respective grades. This year there will be practically a new faculty in the public school with the exceptions ,of Miss Beatty and Mrs. Randolph, who served the last half of the lUlO-'.'O term, The new faculty includes: R. T. Peters, of Winchester, Ky., principal; Miss Maude Griffith, of Auburn, Ky., first assistant in High School. Grade teach ers arc: Miss Viola Beatty, of Fords ville; Miss Adele Frymire, Chenault; Miss Lucile Givens, Bowling Green; Miss Lillian May and Mrs. J. R. Randolph, of Cloverport. McGAVOCK FAMILY HAVE REUNION AT OLD HOME. SKILLMAN AND JARBOE HAVE RENTED THEIR FARMS IN SKILLMAN. Mr. A. B. Skillman and Mr. J. C. Jarboe, who thirty-five years ago formed what has been a most success ful partnership in the farming and stock business, have entered upon a plan or renting both their farms for the coming year. , Messrs Skillman and Jarboe own several hundred acres of very fine river bottom land in Skillman, and Mr. Jarboe has been overseer for both farms. Next year, Clark Brothers will crop on the Jarboe farm and Mr.' Frank Tomer and son, Logan and son-in-law, Estill Burnett, on the Skillman farm. Messrs Skillman and Jarboe will retain their partnership. ACCEPTS POSITION WITH CRESCENT NEWS STAND. Paul Edward Berry, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Berry, Jr., has accepted a position with the Crescent News and Hotel" Co., in the station room at 10th and Broadway, Louis ville. Mr. Berry started in his posi tion Thursday. Mr. John McGavock and sons, Hickman, Richard and Forrest, of Walters, Okla., motored here last week and have been visiting with Mr. McGavock's brother, Mr. Len Mc Gavock, and Mrs. McGavock, of this city, and at the McGavock homestead near here with his brothers, Marion and Gordon McGavock. Mr. Abe McGavock, of Kenton, O , and sister, Mrs. Zack Hardin, of Holt, joined their brothers at the homestead on lhursuay and rnuay in a happy family reunion. ATTENDED THE FUNERAL OF MR. WILLIAM STERRETT. CLEAN-UP-WEEK AUG. 23 TO 29. Mayor Barry has ordered a general clcan-up-wcck to begin Monday, August Mrd. continu ing the entire week. Inspectors will pass over the whole city to see that the work is well done. On account of the rapid spread of the Bubonic Plague, the State and Government, arc making an effort to stamp out the disease before it gets too great a hold on this country. Do your duty and clean up! The city will haul you rubbish away. COUNTY BAPTIST ASS'N AUG. 25-26 To Convene In Macedonia Church, Vanzant; W. M. S. To Hold Its Meeting 25th Program. NO HOUSES IN HAWESVILLE. COMES TO CLOVERPORT Unable to find a vacant house in Hawesville after having his household goods shipped there Mr. J. C. Boling and family, of Louisville, had to have their goods sent to Cloverport, where they found the Grant Gregory house in the East End unoccupied and mov ed there last week. Mr. Boling will teach the Georing school in Hancock county, this fall and winter. HARDINSBURG WINS 11 TO 1 FROM TOBINSPORT. Cjuite a different story was the ball game between Hardinsburg and Tob insport played in Hardinsburg, last Saturday. Hardinsburg winning by the one sided score of eleven to one Wcatherholt pitching for Tobinsport yielded 17 hits, while Dowell for Hardinsburg yielded only .'i. TWO BRECKINRIDGE CO. COUPLES WED IN JEFF. Those who attended the funeral of Mr. William Sterrett, which was held in the Baptist church, Hawesville, on Wednesday afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jarboe and daughters, Mrs. Edward Bowne, Mrs. H. G Newsom and Miss Irene Jarboe. Mrs. Sallie Moorman and daughter, Mrs. Edward Weber, and son. Jack Moorm- of Louisville. Mr. W. S. Ashbv ana ". Andrew Ashby, Mrs. Hoflious Be e. , I Miss Cecelia Hagman, of Louis ille, 1 and Col. W. G Sterrett, of Y .lias, Texas. Two couples from Breckinridge county secured marriage licenses in Jeffersonville. Ind., Thursday and were married; The contracting par ties were William Butler, 24 vears old, farmer, and Miss Sallie Mae Alexan der, 21 years old, of Hardinsburg; Thurman Carman, 22 years old, farm er, and Mjss Iva Board, from Breck inridge county. The Breckinridge County Baptist Association has its annual meeting this year in the Macedonia church, at Vanzant on Wednesday and Thurs day, Aug. 23 and 20th. Rev. H. S. English, of Amnions, Moderator, will preside over the Association, and W. C. Moorman, of Hardinsburg, will be the Clerk. On Wednesday, the Women's Mis sionary Societies of the Breckinridge County Baptist Association will also meet in their annual session. Mrs. E. B. English, of Hardinsburg, is Supt erintendent of the W. M. S., and Mrs. F. C. Ferry, of Cloverport, secretary and treasurer. Program W. M. S. Following is the program for the W. M. S.: Session called to order Wednesday, Aug. 25, at 2 o'clock by Superinten dent, Mrs. E. B. English. Devotional - Mrs. R. B McGlothlan Prayer - - Mrs. W. C. Moorman Hymn - - - "Jesus Shall Reign" Welcome Address - - Mrs. F. Brite Response - - Mrs. I. B. Richardson Round Table tolk of the Needs of Our W. M. S. Delegates Adjournment. DISTINGUISHED NEWS PAPER MAN VISITS HERE FROM DALLAS. MR. HALL IN PADUCAH. Mr. Herbert Hall , deputy county clerk, of Breckinridge county, is in Paducah this week attending the an nual meeting of the County and Cir cuit Clerk's Association of Kentucky. MR. F. C. FERRY AT HOME Mr. Frank C. Ferry, Master Mech anic of the L H. & St. L. R R. shops has been confined to his home since Thursday on account of illness. Mr. Ferry hopes to resume his work the latter part of this week. Col Bill Sterrett. of Dallas, Texas, a native of Hancock county and the brother of Mrs. W. H. Bowmer, of this city, and Mrs. Patsy Hawes, of Maceo, came in from Dallas, last week and spent a few days with his sisters. Col, Sterrett is editor of the Dallas News, a contributor of articles to various magazines throughout the country and is recognized in the journalistic world as a very brilliant writer. He attended the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco along with Irvin Cobb and other no ted writers and is said to be one of the best posted newspaper men in the country concerning political mat ters. Unlike most journalists, Col. Sterrett says he can do his best thinking and writing when his child ren and grandchildren, are playing at his side. He returned to his home in Dallas, Monday. v I 'i"r v i .. $ x- W t V '"'' w W 'f ' , ' ' 'o r; -' FOUR PER CENT ON SAVINGS AND TIME DEPOSITS jf f .. . J-- EVER since its establishment, thirty years ago, The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company has consistently adhered to the principle of always paying as substantial a rate ot interest on its depositors, funds as is justified by the prevailing earning power of money, by ju- dicious conservatism and by due cousia'eratiqn for possible future economic conditions. Money now yields a higher average return than ever before on the same high character of conservative investments which we have always selected for our funds, and The Bank of Hardins--burg and Trust Company -- the oldest and largest Trust Company in Breqkinridge County, is therefore able to give its depositors the benefit of a corresponding increase on their savings, and' this bank has increased its interest rate tp 4 per cent on savings and also on Certificates of deposit.-" H & , We cordially invite your patronage, offering friendly interested service. 7 hjvfj P '."Hi si-.r THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. H HARDINSBURG, KY. ..!