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& $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 Months; 50c for Three Months VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1920 8 Pages No. 14 j yeir: if -, tw iH L ,1 I" , FILED 1919 IN COME TAX REPORT Increase of Cloverport Income Tax Payers Over Last to Year. - There Is a considerable increase of income tax payers for 1011) in Clov- ; crport over that of 1918 Following (v arc those who filed reports for last k,. w. Alien, uscar j. Alien, jonn D. Babbage, Dr. Jesse Baucum, Aus tin ,Beavin, Hovious M. Bclicn, Ira D. Behen, Lafc J. Behcn, Sam Berry, Jr., Sam Berry, Sr, Mrs. Margaret S. Bowmcr, Mrs. M. S. Bowmcr, ex- ccutnx W. H. Bowmcr, lidwaru Bowne, J. H. Brown, Edith M. Burn, Charles E. Burke, John Burn, T. A. Carter, Shelby S. Conrad, J. W. Cor- drey, A. tf. Couch, Joseph E. Dawson, M. M. Denton, Heston Driskcll, Pey ton Eskridge, Joseph M. Fallon, F. C. Ferry, James B. Fitch, Fred Fur row, E. E. Graves, T. E. Gregory, H. J. Hamman, Sam Hedden, Ray Lewis Heyser, J. T. Hinton, Elmer Hoffiious, J. C. Jarboe, Chas. E. Keil, P. J. Kramer, John N. Lawson, Paul Lewis, Chas Loyd, B. F. Mattingly, H. J. .May, H. G. Newsom E. F. TJolte. T C. Nolte. O. T. Odewalt. R. O L. Oelze, S. D. Perry, D. B. Phelps, Jk John H. Phelon, N. H. Quiggins, L. Ross,1 W. H. Samuels, J. J. Sawyer, Tames D Seatnn. T. TV 5?pipi-. CnnmA j Sippel, A. B. Skillman, Walter M. Tate, Beavin Tucker, J. R. Weather holt, Marion Weatherholt, E. M. Wed ding, S. L. Wheatley, Eunice Wheeler, Martha Heston Willis. John Wright. Service We have 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 Bunking 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 8c Trust Co. Market at Fourth Louisville, Kentucky umjJh KSLf j-.Mlj2rZ VGiaHMai "" il "-v-- siSfci? jrV.ijjE 4.V, . . XPr The only way that a "hired man" can ever own property of his own is to put regularly a PART of his earnings into the bank. The only way that a property owner can buy more property is to bank a part of HIS INCOME. Money piles up fast if you will let it STAY in the bank and keep on adding to your ballance. Try it; you will see. We invite YOUR Banking Business. FARMERS BANK & TRUST GO. MISS COHEN ELECTED WORTHY MATRON O. E. S. Successor To Mrs. R. L. Oelze. New Officers Elected. The Cloverport Order of Eastern Star Lodge held its annual election of new officers a few days ago. Miss Nannie Cohen, manager of the Gold en Rule Store, was elected Worthy Matron to succeed Mrs. R. L. Oelze, who retired. The other officers elected were: A. R. Crawford, Worthy Patron; Miss Louise Weatherholt, assistant Mat ron; Miss Margaret Skillman, sec retary, Miss Mary McGavock, treasur er; Miss Lmily Keitl. Conductress; Mrs. Ruther Pate, assistant Conduc tress; Mrs. L. T. Reid, Chaplain; Miss Jane Warfield. Marshall; Miss Martha Willis, organist; Mrs. Stanley Jones, Adah; Miss Lcla Tucker, Ruth; Miss Addic McGavock, Esther; Mrs. A. R. Crawford, Martha; Mrs. Ethel O. Hills. Electria; Mrs. Leslie Collins, Warder and A. T. Couch, Sentinel. STRUCK MATCH NEAR I GASOLINE TANK; FIRE DAMAGES FORD CAR. Fire damaged the Ford Car of Mr. ' Luther Pate's, city marshal!, to the' extent of $100 on Thursday evening I at 7 o'clock, caused from a gasoline explosion. Mr. Pate was having his tank filled with gasoline and lit a match near the hose to see whether his tank was full .or not, and in an instant the front seat was a mass of flames. The top of the car was burned and the seats, but the engine and body of the car are intact. Mr. Pate escap ed injury. APPOINTED CHAIRMAN Mrs. J. H. Payne was appointed chairman in the Tobinspprt precinct on the committee of Republican Wo men's organization in Perry county, Ind OaIBomJ? MY. V V v sWl METHODIST MIN ISTERS NAMED Rev. Randolph Returns to C'port. No Changes Made in H'burg or Stephensport. Appointment of the Methodist min isters of the Louisville Conference were announced Sunday by Bishop Collins Denny, who presided at the annual conference held in Russclvillc, last week. Rev. J. R. Randolph was returned to the Cloverport charge, and likewise Rev. C. B. Gentry to Stephensport circuit. Rev. L K. May will continue as presiding elder in this, the Owens boro district. A new appointment of interest in the Elizabethtown district is that Rev. W. L. Baker to the Irvington church. Rev Baker was pastor of the Clover port church preceeiting Kev Ran dolph. Rev. R. II. Roc was returned to Hardinsburg, and Rev. Sam J. Hcnninger was sent to Falls of Rough, Rev. Ivan Allen t6 Big Spring, B. F. Wilson to Brandenburg, Rev. J. H. Nicholson is presiding elder in the Elizabethtown district. TO OPEN CONFEC TIONERY STORE Jones and Jolly Have Rented Fisher's Store Building. Open Oct. 1. Mr. Graham Jolly and his son-in-law, Mr. Stanley Jones have rented the Fisher building formerly occupied by A. R. Fisher's Drug Store, and will open a new confectionery shop as near the first of October as pos sible. Messrs. Jolly and Jones hae placed their order for a stock of confections for th soda fountain, and they will put in a new fountain. They will also serve light lunches, and planning to have a very up to date and sanitary shop. Mr. Jones who is a brakeman on the L. H. & St. L. R R., will con tinue to hold his position, and the store will be in charge of Mr. Jolly. BEN JOHNSON TO SPEAK HERE OCT. 4 Democratic Rally in Cloverport Next Monday Night. Mrs. John Fulton Here Also. Supporters of the Democratic party in Cloverport will have a political rallv Monday evening. Oct. G. at 7:30 o'clock. Congressman Ben Johnson, of Washincton. D. C. a popular mem ber of the Democratic party and who has been a Congressman from this district for several years, will be here to speak at the rally. Women members of the Cox sup porters will be interested in hearing Mrs. John Fulton, of Bardstown, who is to address the meeting on the same evenins. Congressman Johnson and Mrs. Fulton will motor here from Hard insburg, where they will speak that afternoon. 1ST. LIEUT. MOORMAN'S BODY ARRIVED IN N. Y. To be Sent Home For Buriel. Died Two Years Ago. The remains of 1st. Lieut Roy Evans Moorman, who died in Angles, France. Oct. 2. 1018. arrived in New , York City, Sept. 17. Lieut Moorman's ' .. r ...j .it. r n r- parcuis, ir. utiu uus. . i. juuui- man, of Hardinsburg, received, the message of the arrival of the body from overseas, but they have not been notified when the remains are to be shipped from New York. Lieut. Moorman's death was caused from pneumonia. He was an instruc tor in the French Artillery school at Angles. TAKE ROYAL ARCH DE- GREE IN HARDINSBURG. Irvington, Sept. 27. (Special) Mes srs. C. W. Hawes, J. W. Willis, Leslie Jones. J. B. Hottell, Ode Whoberry, C. C Carter and Grover Lemaster took the Royal Arch Degree in Masonry at Hardinsburg, on Thursday even ing. They motored through with the following Masons: M. C. Green, J. D. Ashcraft, Harold Parks, F. C. Saden water, and Raymond Kaseyj GO TO MAMMOTH CAVE ON HONEYMOON TRIP Harned. Sept., 27, (Special) Mr. Denver Robinson and Miss Ruth Compton, Mr. Eddie Gannawoy and Miss Mary Compton were married at McDanicls, Wednesday, Sept. 22. Im mediately after the ceremony, the two couples left for the Mammoth Cave where they spent a few days. REV. HUNTSMAN RETURNED. The ninty-fourth annual conference of the Northern Methodists convened in Augusta, Ky., last week closing Monday uisnop w. v Anderson, ot Cincinnati, presided. The new ap points were read Monday, and the Rev. R. W. Huntsman was returned to, his charge of the Hardinshvfrg Norther ttetnoottt enure. HARDING TO BE IN LOUISVILLE, OCT. 13 Republican Candidate Will Make Two Campaign Trips In October. Marion, Ohio., Sept. 22. Plans for two campaign trips for Senator Hard ing during October, made public here today, contemplate a swing into the border states as far south as Chat tanooga, Tenn., and into the Middle West as far as Kcnsas City and Omaha. Leaving Marion again on October 12, he will speak at Chattanooga, Tenn., on the evening of October 13, at Louisville, Ky., on the evening of October 14; at Indianapolis, I rid., oil the evening of October 13, and at St. Louis, Mo, on the evening of October 10. The first trip wijl start on Oceober f, and the candidate will deliver ad dresses at the following places: Des Moines. la., evening of October 7; Omaha, Neb., evening of October 7; Kansas City, Mo., evening of October 8; Oklahoma City, Okla , evening of October J. WIDOW OF CHAS. OELZE SUCCUMBS Mrs. Mary D. Oelze, Life Long Resident of Breckinridge. Leaves Seven Children. Mrs. 'Mary D. Oelze. widow of Charles Oelze, succumbed Wednesday morning of last week at the home of her daughter. Mrs. G. W. May, of near Hardinsburg, after a continued illness of cancer of the stomach. The funeral was held Thursday morning in St Romaulds church with Rev. Father J. F. Norman saying the requiem mass. Burial was in St. Romaulds cemetery. Mrs. Oelze was the daughter of Samuel and Sarah Blan. She was 74 years old, and born and reared in Breckinridge county. She was the mother of seven children, all of whom arc living, except one. They arc Mrs. G. W. Mav. Mrs. Fred Dutschkc. Mrs. L. A Shelman. Mrs. Ralph Win chell, two sons Sherman and Frank Oelze, the latter resides here where he is in the grocery business. THREE COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES IN CANNELTON. Three Breckinridge county couples filed marriage intention's in Cannclton. last week. They were: Hewett Curl, farmer, and Grace Mattingly, both of Amnions; Joseph Ollie Ball, carpen ter, and Cora Moaajngly, both of Mc Quady; Allen Davis, farmer, and Edna Gray, of Harned. SURPRISE FRIENDS BY THEIR MARRIAGE. Frymirc, Sept. 27. (Special) A marriage that came as a surprise to their friends was that of Miss Mat ilda Barger and Mr. Ernest Greer which took place in Brandenburg, Sept. U. Mrs. Greer is the daughter of V. W. Bargee and a popular young woman of this place. The groom is an ex-soldier and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greer. Mr. and Mrs. Greer are living in Battletown. LOUISVILLE STOCK MARKET Sept 28, 1920 Prime heavy steers $12 $14; medium steers $10 $11; fat heifers $G $10; medium cows $5 50 $7; feeders $7 $10.50; choice milch cows $S0 $U5. I Best veals $14.50 $15; medium to good $l) (?i) $13; common $4 $5 50.1 Best logs 250 pounds up $15.75; 165 to 250 pounds, $17.25; 120 to 105 lbs $16.75; pigs 00 to 120 lbs. $12.50; 90 lbs. down 11; throwouts $12.25 down., Best lambs $13 down to $10 for light tops; seconds $7 $8; culls $3 $4; best fat sheep $6 down; bucks $4 down 100 PER CENT PRIZE BABY VISITS IN CLOVERPORT Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Pavne had for their guests Sunday and Moudiy, ' Mrs. Knrrest Havnes and her charm ing little daughterMary Jean Hayucs, of Topeka, Ivans. Mary jean,.wno is six months old and weighs 18 1-2 1 pounds, won the prize in the Sitters Family contest at the Kansas Free) Km'r thir. summit. She was found to be a 100 per cent baby in every detail of which her parents a,re duly proud She is the great niece of Mr. Payne's. RS. GIBSON HAS FINE CROP OF BURLEY WEED. Lodiburg, Sept. 27. (Special) Mrs Moliie Gibson has raised one of the finest crops of Burley tobacco that has been raised in this neighborhood the present season. Mrs. Gibson has some tobacco that is 5 feet long from the end of the stalk to the point of the top leaves. She has 800 sticks. MR JOHN C. JARBOE ILL Mr. John C. Jarboe is seriously ill at his home in the East End suffer ing from a heart attack of last Friday evening. Dr. Hoover, of' Owensboro, was called Monday in consultation with Dr, Parrish and Mr Jarboe is under the cire of a trained nurse, He has been in ill. health for several tOfttlM. I ANOTHER DELAY IN LETTING ROAD CONTRACT A letter has been received by County Judge Newman, of Han cock county from Joseph S. Hoggs, state highway engineer, which states that the contract for the t Ohio Valley road in Breckinridge and Hancock coun ties will be let sometime in Nov ember and that work will be got ten under way as soon as pos sible. The citizens of Hancock have pledged themselves to pay some $')0,ooo toward the constru ction of the road through their county and are anxious for work to begin as soon as possible Owcnsboro Messenger. 0'BORO SUFFERS BIG FIRE LOSS Department Store and Four Other Business Houses Con sumed in Flames. Fire broke out on Main street, the principal business street in Owcns boro, Sunday morning at 7:30 o' clock and destroved property esti mated at 1."0,()00 The fire started in Salinger''? De partment Store and spread to Gipe's Shoe Store and Dornian's Millinery shop on the West side of Salinger's and to O'Bryan's Shoe Store and Hardwick's Jewelry store on the East side. For a time it was thought the fire would re.icii S. W. Anderson's big department store, but it was sav ed. The origin of the fire is unknown, and it took until 1 o'clock p. m. to get the fire under control. JURORS NAMED FOR OCT. COURT List of Grand and Petit Juries. Small Docket For Fall Term. Breckinridge Countv Circuit Court opens Monday. October-0, in Hard insburg, with Judge Layman, of .Eliz abethtown. presiding There is a small docket on hand for this term. Fol lowing is a list of the Grand and Petit juries. Grand Judy C. W. Hamman. Z T. Hardin, G. P. Macv, Fonzy Johnson. J. H. Miller, Robert Wheatley. A. C. Gilbert. Ben H. Bates, R. L. Burton. J. V. Hinton, M. L Conkwright, Fred Basham, . G. D. Shellman. B. C. Brown, Lon Rhodes, D. S. Burks. Henry Craig. G. W. Miller. Add Arms, Alex Meyers, H. A. Cannon, G. H. Bandy, H. C. Pate and J. II. Avitt Petit Jury Philo Butler, H J. Tow er, Willis Hinton. Fred McGary, Mike Lyddan. J. R. Wilson, S. R. Bandy, J. A. Shellman. Allen Pierce, Fisher Moorman. J. H. Taul, J. E. Johnson. M. D. Payne, Frank Comp ton, Robert Bell, Felix Mattingly, G. M. Hawkins. Gus Mattingly, Shetbv Tucker, J. D. Seaton. C. W. Bohlef, Joe Bandy, Ben Bruington. Tom Flood. J. M. Herndon. Roscoe Hen dry, Virgil Harned. H. C. Stewart. Joe Bruce. W. T. Chappie, B. D. Bailey. Sr.. J. D. Ashcraft. H. C. Waggoner. 1. H. Hudson. Coleman Payne, W. R. Moorman. Are Your Earning 4 They should be doing it with safety and security and they can do it at this bank, tax free (for we' pay the tax) insured against loss by fire or robbery and com pounding interest Every Six Months. Our enormous resources safe guard your every dollar. We solicit your patronage, offer- ing friendly interested service. BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO. HARDINSBURG. KENTUCKY "The Bank That Mikes You Feel At Home" G. 0. P. RALLY HELD IN C'PORT Congressman Campbell and Mrs. Jno. P. Haswell Speak in Airdome; More Women Present Than Men. The first political meeting in inter est of the 1020 presidential election to he held in Cloverport was the one on last Tuesday evening when Con gressman Philip P. Campbell, of Kan sas, and Mrs. John P. Haswell, Jr.. of Louisville, spoke in interest of Harding and the Republican party. The meeting was held in the Air dome, and there were some two hun dred and fifty people or more, the majority of whom were women, who attended. Several of the Republican leaders from Hardinsburg. were here. Mr. Marion Weatherholt, local chairman of the Third District Re publican campaign party, opened the meeting with a brief introductory speech previous to Mr. R. L. Oelze, who introduced Mrs. Haswell In referring to Mrs. Haswell's speech, Congressman Campbell, who has heard many women speakers on this campaign tour, stated it was one of the most brilliant and concise poli tical speeches he had heard. Mrs. Has well's visit to Cloverport was viewed with splendid interest because of her being the wife of the popular Repub lican candidate for U. S. Senate from the Fourth District. Following Mrs. Haswell's address. Attorney Sherman Ball, of Hardins burg. presented Congressman Camp bell Mr. Campbell started out with say ing that his cloth was so large and he had so many patterns he would just make a Mother Hubbard of his speech and try to cover all. Emphasized Aliens in U. S. T.he placing of the bombs and the big explosion that happened on Wall street in New York City recently, led Mr. Campbell to discuss the aliens in the U. S. He stated there were 60.000 aliens, in this country and 222 alien anarchist newspapers published. Mr. Campbell was a very entertain ing and convincing speakrr. He has been a congressman for eighteen years and a leader in the House. In his speech, which covered an hour or more, he dwelt largely on the minor defects of Wilson and his administration.- He seriously objected to Article X in the League of Nations, and finally concluded that the Re publicans felt re-assured of a victory in November election since Maine had given such a large Republican maj ority. W. G. VESSELS HIT IN SIDE BY BASE BALL. Fryinire. Sept. 27. (Specjal) The McQmdy boys crossed bats with the Rhodclia boys. Saturday afternoon. The game resulted in 4 to 2 in favor of McQuady. On the last half of the ninth inning while William G. Vessels, son of H. G. Vessels, was at the bat, a ball hit him on his side and rendered him un conscious. Dr. Allen was on the grounds apd gave him medical aid. Vessels is reported to be getting along well. UNDERGOES OPERATION. Miss Phoebe Frank, formerly of McQuady now living at 514 N 18th St, Louisville, was operated on re cently for appendicitis. She is recov ering rapidly and expects to be at home soon . 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