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Fdrmer Resident of Perry Co.
;iv Will Be Buried, Here; Had
? f . Celebrated Golden Wedding
L''Mrs. Ilw Catherine Tate, wife
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mjrw - J ' P ; awdy, V,"" I Mrs. Hiram Durbin,
Tf CTCl lisitrin on Ptvor street m Rrerlrinrulcre Tl.. 1,.l.. f .U:
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--K Edition, Sunday morning at 3:30 o- Durbirf, who also
i.V IiXTi, fhitn... , crir...Q ninocc nf France, is expected to
' i' . i. i j.i.!i!... j... and will be laid to
a' -v!,u
weeKS. uenerai ueumiy aue
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-rShc had been in failing health since,
V(V' Sptember but was not considered
A A,? smtft4cn tit unfit tti?n tffLra a r I
her age was. the cause ot her death.
serfously ill until two weeks ago
'vMrs.. Tate was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. P. W. Sampley, of near
VAVr'Tobirt.sport in Perry county, Indiana,
' S t nApfp bIii. tvaa hnm fnrrli IS. 1H47.
iS',''..Or.Nov. 7, 18G7, she was married to Timely Arrival of Fire Fight
.? Henry Tate. Their union was blessed, -rc oa,,A ct,r,wct,Arr HnmA
Sw- i lj"..with four children, t'wo of whom sur
j .svivc wun ineir luwicr, ivirs. iua
?v ' Lamb, wife of C. S. Lamb, of Jones-
& S,. " boro, Ark., and Mrs. Ethel Henwood.
ft,' '-i wife of r. h.. Henwood, of Holyoke,
Iff?- """lass., and three brothers Peter
Sampley, of Tell City; John D. Samp-
ley, Decatur, 111., and James) Sampley.
l ley, Decatur, III., and James) bampley.l
1 v Mrs. tate was a memoer oi tne
l. fi TTnlrAcnliet tittrVi lintI iti rr liAt tri-
'bership in the Union church near
Derby, Ind.
,On Nov. 7, 1917, Mr. and Mrs. Tate
celebrated tlftir golden wedding an-
nlversarv in this citv where thev
;. have resided for twelve years. They
formerly lived in the West and in
Tobinsport. Mrs. Tate was a woman fire had made much headway. The counties and a few from Tobinsport,
, of pleasing personality. She was kind J fire started in the front hall of the Perry county, Indiana,
in spirit, generous, and greatly belov- house near the stairway. It is believed ' Sales for the day are given here
ed by her family and friends Since to have been incendary as there was! with:
her health failed in September shu1 nothing in the room that could have! Ira Beavin," 8 baskets, $10.73, $8.75,
, has been under the constant care of
her daughter, Mrs. Lamb.
The funeral
The funeral will be held from the
residence Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Rev. T. N. Williams, of
Louisville, pastor of the, Lucile Mem-
orial Presbyterian church, will ofh-
cate. The interment will be in the
Cloverport cemetery.
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NO RUSH IN COUNTY
FOR 192tLKENSES
Auto and Dop- Owners Show 11
Auto ana uog uwners anow 11
Dogs Licensed Out of About
1,600; 93 Autos. Licensed.
Out of the 1,600 dogs that are es-
timated to be in Breckinridge county,
only 11 have had owners to apply for
a 1921 license. And of the 500 auto-
innliitcR listed in thp rnnntv. l.'l were
t $ licensed for 1921. This is the report
'$ri of Herbert Hall, deputy county clerk
ot urecKinnage county, on xuesaay,
AS wiucu was inree aays aner ine lime
limit fnr liretisincr rincre nnrl atitntnn.
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&X . esumaieu inai u every
' 'dtt uuk in me tuuuiv Hcic iiicnscu ii
, would brinK in a revenue of between
Wl ?-2,000 t0 ?'S0J and the automobiles
i:1 k 3 licenses autumn lu auuuL oiu.uuu.
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Penalties for non licensed dogs
4t kt Till 1 1 n1 ! liAtiliaAn VIA i
i. X S" J. ' "- v't"" f" iU
V iuu. ine same nne is imposea on
automobile owners who run their cars
without a 1921 license.
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SOLDIERS REMAINS
J BURIED IN. GARFIELD.
Lonnie Durbin, an Overseas yeteran;
Brothers Remains Are Expected
Soon.
Garfield. Ky.. Jartr X (Special)
I he remains of Ronnie Uurbin, who
w - .- - & r .
was killed in r ranee during the
World War. arrive'd here Saturday
of. (or burial in the Garfield cemetery.
t Diirhin was the eldest son of Mr. and
ther son, James
was killed in
reach here soon
rest by the side,
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EAST END HOME
and Probably Large Part
of East End.
Wednesday evening at 0 o'clock,
fire was d
I house of M
discovered in the vacant
house of Mrs, tmraa bhrewsberry in
tne cast tnn, ana tne timeiy aiarm
rrtrrt ttrVit mtrrnf riavA Kn n
hazarderous fire in that section of the
town.
The fire was first discovered by
Miss Josie Raitt whose home is next
door to the Shrewsberrv house. She
( gave the alarm, ind volunteer fire
fighters reached the scene before the.
caused it. A coal oil lamp, which had
been emptied of its contents, was
j found near, the fire scene.
Mrs. Shrewsberry had moved her
household furnishings except for a
few things. Besides the hole burned
in the floor, several pieces of bed
covers were damaged by fire and
smoke. The loss amounted to about
1 $30.
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EXTENSIVELY ENTERTAINED
WHILE VISITING. IN IRVINE.
Mrs. C. L. Thompson and dauehter.1
MissEdna.SThompsonhave -returned
from Irvine. Ky." where thev soent
the holidays with Mrs. Thompson's
Parcntsi Mr- a"d Mrs. Jesse Lunsford,
, attended the wedding of her sis.
ter, Miss I'lonne Lunsford and Mr.
John McMen, of Lexington.
Airs, mompson ana ner daughter
were extensively entertained during
their visit and were guests of honor
at several old fashioned
Southern
Kentucky dinners,
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PLEASANT VISITOR FROM ,
SEATTLE RETURNS HOME.
Mrs. F S. Cariello. of Seattle.1
Washington, snent Tneerlnv ' nf laaf
..f.nt ...:.K t.- .: n sm
nm w.wi iici luusiu. airs, icve
I Mil,eri and Mr. Miller at their home
on the Hill. -
miest of relatives in KentuM,.. (n h.
ii tQ i aneiin has h..n (h n......t
past two months. This having been
ner hrct vtatt etnna A.iMHi. v..A :
... ...tf .... d..v. ikavuiK i,ti c 3IA-
teen years ago. She left Tuesday night
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,ur acawc, wnne ner parents Air.
and Mrs. E. O. Hawkins and daugh-
ter. Miss Addie Hawkins, of Seattle,
will remain in Kentucky indefinitely.
- Hlohths; Wcfor Three
LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK &
TRUST CO.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31. 1920
LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY
ASSETS
Loans and Discounts - -
U. S. and Other Bonds, - ' -
Lincoln Bank Building and
Fixtures - - . - - -
Real Estate
Cash and Due from Banks
Other Assets - - f
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ALL THE NEWS THAff'S
CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY
FIRST LOOSE LEAF
$820 FOR PRYOR
Lowest Grade of Pryor Ever
Offered. 44,115 Lbs. on Floor
26 Per Cent of it Rejected.
The first sale at the Clover
port Loose Leaf warehouse Tuesday
morning was reported by the buyers
and auctioneers to have been on a
par with the pryor sales on the
Owensboro markets. Tobacco was re
ceived at the local warehouse all of
last week and at the time of the sale
there were 44,115 pounds of pryor.
32,000 pounds were sold at an aver
age of $8.20, with about 20 per cent
pr 12,000 pounds rejected.
J. W. Boyle, manager of the Clov
erport Loose Leaf house, stated that
the quality of pryor on the 'floor was!
very inienor.
There were six buyers. Robert
Moorman, representing American To-
oacco v.o; uougias iNcc.y, oi incira -
die of Phelon Tobacco Co ; J. D ,
Baldndge of the Baldndge Co.; and
lini! fymir Wh-S buKht trash,
at $1.00 hundred pounds for fertilizer.
At tQpCningJSa,eflaSt year thfire
were 80,000 pounds of pryor on the
floor which brought an average of $19.
The sales this year were on an aver-j
age with those on other tobacco mar-j
kets in the State and considering the
quality of tobacco offered.
There were between two and three
mimircu iamic uii u.c ..our i c..u-
ing the sale. The majority of them
were from Breckinridge and Hancock
$20. $20, $10, $4, $4.50 $10 28.
c. w. rrey, u DasKeis. ?i..iu, $-.ju,
$14. $6, $16.75, $10.25, $22.50 $31, $30.
A. R. Price, 4 baskets $1 10, $1 50
$2, $4.90.
Joe llishop, 6 baskets, $1, $2.10,"
$3.10, $2, $G 75, $9 30,
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C. Mattingly. 5 baskets. $3.50
$8.00, $5.50 $8 00.
Jas. Mattingly, 4 baskets,-. $14,75,
$10.30, $10.25, $15.25
G. W. Deal, 6 baskets, $1, $1, $4,
$3, $6.50. $7.50.
R. B. Puree. 6 baskets. $1. Si. $3.80.
$9, $10.25, $16.75. r . .
"Antes Gorley?-3iHaskets'''$li'v$7
$18.25. $12. $31.
J. N. Crenshaw, 7 baskets, U $1,
$2 10, $2.50 $1, $4,10, $4.10.
r. Beavin. 5 baskets. $8.50, $8.50.
$18. $18.75. $20.
I Keith & Rhodes, 3 baskets, $1, $1 30
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$1, $1, $1, $1. $1.20 $1.10. $2. $8, $3.30,"
$1.20. $5. $2 10, $4.30, $4, $5.10. $823,
$13.25. $22 50.
A S. Burnett, 3 baskets. $1. $1.50,
$3.30. $7.75. $2.
Jas Dejamette 2 baskets, $1,
, $1.50
J. W. Boyle. 10 baskets. $1.60. $3.20.
$17 7!-. t'R "7 5(1 tl SO Si 5(1 S-l $10
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Brown & Freeman, 11 baskets, $2,
$150, $1, $5 30, $14 25, $19.25,
$4,
"cino "cmoi: cn n cifl .
Y,'n riaw'sntT i 'ckMc si
$2,
$5.10.
r:A x. 111.; a KobA.r
uailll u. VYiiuv. ua3M.ia.
$2,
$4.60, $9.25, $17
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j. t. May, 5
baskets, $7.25, $17.25,:
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$22. $10 25, $3.00.
Eli Jackson, 0 baskets, $1.60, $2.50,'
$3 30. $3.50. $9 75, $1.50
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF
- $2,130,985.97
- 713,165.08
- 328,070.82?
14,566.3
- 682,352.64
- - . k 678.60
s LIABILITIES
Capital Stock - $ 500,000.00-
Surplus - - 100,000.00
Undivided Profits .--.-. 22,603.62
Building Depreciation
Account -- 6,000.00
Dividend No. 23 20,000.00
Bills Payable (secured)
Liberty and Victory Bonds - 121,000.00
Rediscount with Federal
Reserve Bank - - - - - - 172,000.00
Other Liabilities ------ 642.70
Deposits .:'--- J - 2,927,573.15
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Total -. - -' $3,669,819.47
-.$3,669,819.47
t OFFICERS
P; L. Athtrton. Vict FrMMat
Paul CoH"f'Vl PftiMat m4 8crUry.
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY
$ALE AVERAGES .
ON CTORT MARKET
Brown & Smiley, 4 baskets, $150,
$1.50, $1.00, $8.25.
f Allen Pierce, .1 baskets, $1, $1, $1.
W. D. Laslie, 8 baskets, Si, $1,
$2.10, $3, $0 25, $7.50, $5, $3.00.
' J F. May, 7 baskets, $1, $1, $3,$2.50,
$1.20, $1.50, $1.
l C. O. Riley, 10 baskets, $1, $1.00,
$4..10, $2.30, $6, $2, $15.50, $1, $1.
John Holmes, 0 baskets, $1, $1.50,
$6, $7, $2.10, $10.75.
Beavin Bros, 4 baskets, $1, $30,
$15.25.
- O. T. Bates, 12 baskets, $2, $1.20, $1,
$1, $1, $12.50, $0.25, $0.25, $0, $4.10, $1.
$1.10.
E. F. Gordon, 0 baskets, $11.75,
$18.25. $10.13, $2, $2, $1.
Eddie Bowling, 5 baskets, $3.20,
$1.50, $2.10, $1, $1.
. Nat Jarboe, C baskets, $3.50, $0,
$1.50, $3, $1, $1.
Richardson, 4 baskets. $15, $4, $1 50,
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, Beavin & Brown. 5 baskets, $2.20,
T w Crenshaw, 3 baskets, $3.70,
$i io $1
jv; A;PottS( 4 baskcts $10M $1:
'so j co
' 'H-'C All'e' 3 baskets- ?4 $ '
Lee Campbell, 2 baskets. $0, $8.25.
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Wf j Kruger, 3 baskets. $7.25, $0,
H E Bashain 8 baskets $12.75
$10o3 $0 $UM , 10 ?1 , V
0rJo Boli, 0 gaskt $? ?S
- $1,20, $1.50.
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$1.30.
Herbert Corley. 0 baskets. $10.50.
$18 7r, $nr. cr, -'- c- .
Ira Holmes. 3 baskets. $20. $4.50. $3.
$4.10, $7.23, $1.
.UNDERGOES OPERATION AT
STANTHONY'S HOSPITAL
Union Star Tan .1 fSoecian Mrs
. " r , ' Pec,al' lrs-
A- N- McCoy underwent a serious
I operation Friday morning Dec, 24, at
St. Anthony's 'hospital, Louisville
1 The operation was successfully per-
iifiiucu uy ui. tv Milium nils, nitvuy
is recovering rapidly and will soon
be able to be at home with her many
friends.
MISS FRYMIRE TO SUC-
'Vw .--wCEED-MISSGRIFFITH!
Miss Adele Frymire. who was in
structor for the third and fourth
grades in the Cloverport Public
School, was elected to succeeel Miss
I fatlr1 frfifTitli wlin rpcionprl lipfnrp
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the holidays as assistant high school
teacher.
Miss Wilson, of Green county,
Miss Frymire's successor.
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LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA.
Mrs. Cornelia W. Fraize and her
sister, Miss Jane Warfield, left Tues
day for California, where they will
spend three months in Los Angeles,
San Deicro and Santa Barbara. While
I in Los Angeles. Mrs. Fraiie and Miss
Warfield will visit in the home of
Mrs. B. H. Reidel.
A sundial on a buildine at Union
Mills, Md has marked the passing
tinnre frtf mni-o trinn o "unriipn T
the "town clock" when Washington
fought and is still doing duty.
J. F, Blabli, Awktaat 8crttry.
C. L. BtkWf. Truw,
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$2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months ; 50c 'for Three Momhi l 'jjtf
5,1921;
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M. WEATHERHOLT MADE
NARROW ESCAPE SUNDAY.
Mr. Marion Wcatherholt had a
narrow escape Sunday afternoon
while driving his car up the Baptist
churcli hill. As he approached the
stcepest.part of the hill the engine of
his Car stalled. Mr. Wcatherholt steer
ed it back down the hill and got
stuck in a mud hole leaving his car
partly on the railroad track. Just then
the L. H. & St, L. passenger train
No. 144, which was past due was ap
proaching the station. Mr. Weather
holt heard it in time to flag it about
twenty feet away. One of the side
fenders of his car was bent, which was
the only damage done
CTORT GAS CO. 0-'
PENS NEW WELL
Abandoned Well Near Murray
Roofing Tile Company is
Opened Again.
A new gas well has been opened
up and will be piped into the main
line of the Cloverport Gas Company
within a short time.
The well is located below the Mur
ray Roofing Tile Company near the
river and is one that had been aban
doned for several year. Mr. W. J. Wor
den manager of the Cloverport Gas
Company has been at work on the
well for over a year, cleaning it out,
recovering tools, etc that were en
cased in it.
The flow of gas fronr the new well
is expected to increase the present
supply to a considerable extent. Thus
far into the winter the gas supply has
been coiupartively good. Only during
the severe cold siaps was the pres
sure extremely low.
BURLEY MARKET
LOW 1 BLUE GRASS
Bids Are 50 Per Cent Lower
J, 3 ;Gro,wers
Threaten To Boycott Bur
ley Crop.
Lexington. Ky, Jan. 3 Bids, about
fifty per cent lower than those made
for the same type leaf last year, a
wholesale rejection of bids by the" Irvington. Jan. 3, (Special) Irv
growers. a threatened split in the ington Lodge No. 868 F. & A M
ncwiy lumicu uiincj iuu4au vjiuw-
ers' association and the beginning of
operations by the Burley Tobacco
Marketing company featured the
opening day of the annual sales sea-
son of the Lexington loose leaf to-
bacco market, the largest in the
world. "
The cooperative company
will be
incorporated tomorrow.
Temporary suspension of sales and
a cut of 1921 crop loomed as possibili
ty tonight
aeniiment among tne iarmers, es- hospitable home of M? and Mrs Vic
timated at 10,000, who attended the tor Hagman in Skillman given for
opening day sales, seemed almost un- their daughter. Miss Emma Hagman,
animously in favor of a complete and sons, Carl and Harold Hagman.
boycott .of the Burley crop next year Their guests from Cloverport were:
said officers of the Growers associa- Misses Celestine and Dessie Brown,
tion. Ernest Leyvis, Ennil Mattingly, Eva
A total of 412,305 pounds was sold May Elder, Mary Joe Mattingly and
today and an average of $20 44 -as- Corine Quiggins. Messrs Philip Flood
sured The sales average on the open- Orville Mattingly, Harry Darst. Paul
ing day last year was $00 a hundred Elder, William May. Marshall and
pounds, for the season, $40 a hundred. Eugene Sterrett, of Skillman.
A total of 133,000 pounds twenty-
four per cent of the tobacco offered BURIED IN ST. LOUIS.
was taken .off the breaks after the Mrs. G. L. Williams, sister of Mr.
growers had rejected bids. J. R. Burton, of Mystic, died at her
The highest price of -the day was home in St Louis. Thtirsdav. Dec
, paid for a basket of 120 pounds, rais-
cu oy oruwn ana uioson, l-ayeite
county, which brought $09 a -hundred.
Bank of
Harwnsburg
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No. 36
P. T. A. MEETING :
FRIDAY, JAN. 7
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Picture of the Mona Lisa to Be,
Presented Room Having
Largest Number Parents . '
Present.
Parents and the general public are
earnestly requested to attend the
monthly meeting of the Parent
Teachers Association at the Public '
School building next Friday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock. Every member should
be the.re, and if possible, bring some
body 'else 'along. Let's make it the
banner meeting of the year.
Boys and girls should press the
matter to the attention of their par
ents. A beautiful Mona Lisa has been
bought and will be presented to the
room having the greatest number of
parents present. This picture is a copy
of one of the world's greatest paint
ings and will be a pride to the room
holding it.
An interesting program will be
rendered, and general items will be
discussed at the meeting. Refresh
ments will be served by the High
School girls.
Thus far the results of the P. T. A.
have been most gratifying, and it
will continue to be so, if each member
gets behind the organization to push
and push hard. Supt. Peters.
OSCAR KEOWN TAKES
NINETEEN YEAR OLD BRIDE.
Mr. Ocar Keown, owner of the
"Blue Front" grocery in. the West
End, and Miss Vera Weedman, 19
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Weedman, of this city, were
married Sunday afternoon, Jan. 2, aC
the home of the bride's parents.
Rev. E. C. Nail, pastor of the Bap
tist church performed the ceremony
in the presence of the immediate
family. Keown was recentlv divorced
.from kfs first wife.
BRECKINRIDGE-BANK OF
C'PORT GRANTS BONUS.
At the directors meeting, of the
Breckinridge-Bank of Cloverport held
last week, a ten per cent bonus was
granted to the emnlovees of the bank.
Those to share the bonus are; Paul ck-i
'L'efwircashierTMis"9 RayI;e'wis Heyi 'fA
atii dssisiaiu tasiiicr; miss CUIW1
Burn, bookeeper; Miss Eloise Hen
drick, assistant bookkeeper.
F. & A. M. IRVINGTON HAS
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
eiecteci tne following othcers last
Monday night: J W. Willis, W. M.;
Harold Parks. S. W.; Dale Smith, J.
W.; L. I. Wilson, Secretary. J. D.
Lyddan. Treasurer; L. D Bishoff,
Tyler; J. D Ashcraft, S D.: C. C.
Carter, J. D.
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WATCH PARTY AT HAGMAN
HOME IN SKILLMAN.
A watch party on New Year's eve
WAS a nleacnnt enrtnl nfTnir nt tlii
'30. She was 40 years old, and is sur-
vivea Dy ner husband and brother.
The interment took place in St. Louis.
("She'Bankihat mkt you fl t Homi
A BANK
OF STRENGTH
AND SERVICE
is the well earned title of this
institution. We have been
rendering a satisfactory ser
vice for thirty years to peo
ple in all walks, of life
business men, farmers, wage
earners, ladies
No matter -whether your
financial transactions are of
large or small volume you
will find just, the kind of fa
cilities you need at The Bank
of Hardinsburg and - Trust
Company.
, We cordially Invite your
account.
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