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THE BRECKENR1JDUE 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 Months; 50c for Three Months VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1921 8 Pages No. 26 vr Lv . m I r J"0 frw' FWr U , .'. T II?!? f I ACtfC 1?AP : scouts re-register ; LIT L ILUM& t Ua J JUNIORS ORGANIZED. H. B. CRITCHDELOWi Loc- ByScoutsHavclJ Members; Prominent Man of Axtel Com munity Dead ; Father of Nine Children. Funeral at St. Anthony's Church. Axtcl, Ky., Jan. 11 (Special) This HIGH SCHOOL STUD-; JUDGE PAYNE'S ENTS WIN PRIZE RESIGNATION OFFICERS ELECTED IN METHODIST W. M. S. Members of the Clovcrport Boy, At Parent-Teachers Ass'n Get Scouts of last years organization re-l .. . , ..,, registered on Frjday evening of last week as is the custom of the Scouts at the beginning of each year Rev. J. K. Randolph, who is Scout Master, organized the Junior Boy Scouts the same evening with nine Picture of Mona Lisi ; Valen tine Social Planned. The High School students of the Clovcrport Public School wercaward community has been saddened by the mJ-m'c?' . , , , ., ' ed the picture of the Mona Lisa as a death of Mr. H. B, Critchclow, of! .The Boy Scouts include: Chas H. rcSMt pf t,e contest at the Parent- Aicn, jonn v-orurcy, nioen v,ocKcni.Tcaciiers Association meeting held Llmcr Carson, Joe Fallon. Marion FritIav aftcrnoon in the school build- Furrow, Elmer Johnson. Raymond ingi The room having the most par- Milburn, Charles Oclze, Russell Per- ents represented at the meeting was kins, M.D. Seaton and E. E. Tatum. thc one cntiticti to the picture for the The Junior Scouts are: John McGav- t,c rext ,UOntL The High 'School ock, David Behen, Billy Phelps. Loyd students had thc largest number of Cockeril. Ray Meyer, Morris Quig- representatives with the primary dc- gins, Lauren Hill, i-orrcst jack- oartmcnt SCCOnd. All of the students will try again next month to win thc Roff, Ky. Thc summons came Jan 4, 1021 at G:15 a. m. For almost a year ,Mr. Critchclow had been a patient sufferer with a complication of diseases. He was for tified in his last illness by all thc sacraments for the sick and dying of the Holy Catholic church, having joined that church some thirty years ago. Mr. Critchclow was thc only son of James Critchclow and Elizabeth Basham Critchclow, born October 17, 18(51. He was married to Miss Sallic Kennedy, of Hardinsburg, at St. Romauld's rectory by Rev. H. A. Connelly in 1885. To this union were born nine children; Charles, Jesse Alonzo and Margaret, deceased. Ray mond, Victor, Robert and Edward Critchclow and Mrs. Gordon Rhodes, who survive him. The funeral took place from St. Anthony's church, Axtel, on Wednes day, Jan. 5. It was conducted by Rev. Joseph Odendahl, pastor. There were son and Charles E. Jackson. DEAF-MUTE TRIES TO TAKE HIS LIFE prize picture for their room In addition to awarding the prize Compelled to Leave Office Ow ing to Health of His Family; Expresses Appreciation of Having Been Elected. I take this means of informing thc citizens of Breckinridge county of my resignation as County Judge, to be effective Jan. 1021, It is a source of regret to me to resign, but owing to the physical condition of members of my family, I feel that my duty to them should come first and for that reason I am resigning and expect to take my family to another climate for thc present. I thank thc citizens of Breckinridge county for electing me to thc high office of County Judge and it has been a real pleasure to mc to serve in that All UIUUIUII IU r.tTUIUIIIK till. I.114.V., ." , , , ,. . - . picture, members of the Association capacity. The duties of a County discussedhaving a Valentine social for thc benefit of the school library. Mrs. H. G. Ncwsom, Miss Lucilc Givcns Judge arc many, but I have at all times considered the interest of the county first which my record shows Felix Walker, Son of Frank Walker Makes Un-success ful Attempt at Suicide. and Miss Mildred D. Babbage were! J an' j P"ud of the advancement made IIIICI I'M I feel there There were five new members who llas bee ,n?rc road work Io,,,: j" tl,is inine.1 tliP Association inakincr a Jntal . county III tile past two years lliatl at appointed on a committee by thc '" tI,e .r.oafl WOrk aVd t',e m president to further the plans for the, ",a"' citizens have taken in it 1 'cja that I am safe in saying that Mr. Felix Walker, 40 years old made an tin-successful attempt at membership of thirty-two. Twenty seven members were present. Miss any previous tunc. While it is true that we have been handicapped in . .. ... r: 'i ...i. i.,.i . I suicide at the home of his parents, Mr. iiiaiiv aiui iiiiiiia viiu Ktliiiwiwil lu , , , ... , ... ,, , .. . pay their last respects. ad M"--1' rank AWalkeJ"' fwho hvc .?" fr rriPhPin.v tunc n ,a nf mnnv the old Porter Atwood farm on thc Stirling qualities. Truthfulness, hon esty and industry, shown throughout his life; combined with great kind ness to all. He was ever the kind thoughtful husband, the exemplary Lillian May reported over $23 made ?. Jva " rcaon oitnc price oi every at the candy sale before the holidays. j,mf .mo.rc. ,,,a" 'I1'B ,' l'".ce The program committee asked each Hoa(.1 ,ls 1,ave l)een 'ore tl,a ' mpnihor in ... a rnrreiit event at the! '"" "a lo SCI, ,a,,or r "'" the old Porter Atwood farm on the' of ,)e pebrurary meeting. (Io.ublc aml. very hard to get at any Cloverport-Hardinsburg pike, about At the dose of the business session 'V1CC and dynamite nunc than three- Mrs. Shelby Conrad Elected Presi dent; Collections For Year $222. Thc new officers elected in the Woman's Missionary Society of the Clovcrport Methodist church at the December meeting were: Mrs Shelby Conrad. President; Mrs. Conrad Sip pel, vice president; Mrs. David II. Phelps, recording secretary; Mrs. J R, Randolph, corresponding secre tary; Mrs. W. C. Moorman, treasurer; Mrs. T. J. Ferry, assistant treasurer; Miss Mildred D. Babbage, superin tendent of Young People and junior Missionary societies; Mrs V. O Uab bagc. Supt., of Mission Study and publicity; Mrs. W. G. Puniphrcy, Supt. of Social Service; Mrs Win. Hoflious, Supt. of supplies. The total collections for the year amounted to $222, The year closing marked one of the best years in the history of thc society. BURIED IN KINGS- WOOD CEMETERY Wife of Henry Basham, of Harned Succumbs. Survived By Six Sons. FORMER RESIDENT OF C'PORT DEAD Harned, Jan 10 (Special) The death angel visited the home of Mr. Henry Basham, Saturday night, Jan. 1, and took from their midst his be loved wife. The funeral services were conduct ed at Epbcsiis church Monday by Rev. Kellogg Smith and Rev. C." L. Bru ington after which thc remains were taken to the Basham cemetery near Kingswood Just before her death, Mrs. Basham spoke of that home over there where she soon would dwell and -asked her husband and children to meet her there. She was one of the best of God's children and though she no longer lives on this earth her influence for good will live on and on. To Mr. Basham and his six sons, the people of Harned wish to extend their heart felt sympathy. Mrs.Addie Dowden, of Meade County Succumbs Suddenly; Sister of. Postmaster Lightfoot. YOUNG MEN'S SOCIAL CLUB RE-ORGANIZED; CLUB ROOM IN THE ELITE. noon Monday. Walker, who is a deaf-mute and unmarried, took an)ld army gun and shot himself through the left should the following High School girls ser-f times..a.s h'8 a .heretofore. In fact nnH rl..tif,,l father -vnr nvisinn. nn,l ' er. His wounds arc not consiuercu imploring Ins children in the goodness. He was a staunch friend an neighbor, but the tie closest to his ved delicious coca and sandwiches Misses Eva Jolly, Eleanor Reid and Sclma Sippel, of the Senior class; everything used in connection with road work has been higher than ever before and harder to get which i.i it! u.... tr:i t'.: xt r..i. I trtlC 111 CVCTV llllC of COIUIllodltV. 111. way of.Mno-Hew"" Harrington and Fannie Lish-i1' farc of a that we have done an E. Kinchelpe, of Hardinsburg. Walker Kramerf funiorS; Misses Sarah abundance of road work and the d loyal! 1,ves with his parents. Fallon. Sophmore. and Misses Anna vouchers paid for said work arc filed fatherly heart was his home. He lov ed best his own fireside and family circle. It was always his aim to build up home and make life pleasant for its inmates. On account of not having enough buyers on the floor Tuesday morning ttia tAlinnnA pnla it 4 Via 11 f m ftlfl t t MENDEDCFoiLCOUNTY0TUDGE! Loos' Leaf Warehoe'wascalled'' off jyUiNDKD FOR COUNTY JUDGE for that morning. There were only TUESDAY'S TOBACCO SALE CALLED OFF AT C'PORT LOOSE LEAF HOUSE. Mr. A. R. Kincheloe, of Hardins burg, has been recommended fdr Judge of Breckinridge County to fol low Judge S. B. Payne, who has re sfgned. The recommendation was sent to Gov. Morrow. Saturday, and the ap pointment will likely be made this week Judge Payne and Mrs. Payne will make their home in Irvington upon the Judge's retirement from office. LICENSED TO WED. Mr. Frank C. Miller, of Lodiburg, Mae Tatum and Mary D. Hill, Fresh men. HUBERT LYONS AND MISS LILLIAN MORGAN WED. Irvington, Jan. 10. (Special) The wedding of Mr. J. Hubert Lyons and Miss T.illi.Tii Mnrcan. both of Meade , - o - -- -- two buyers on tne noor. ine otners county, was solemnized in the Bap having missed the train out from. tjst cjuirch at Brandenburg. Tlujrs Owcnsboro. jay evening at six o'clock. Rev. T. Manaeer J. W. Boyle stated there m R.,n nffirintrl wouiu dc a saie rriuay illuming oi this week. INFANT DAUGHTER OF T. E. GREGORY DIES. Katherine, the seventeen months old daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. T. E. Gregory, of the West End, died Mon day eveninc. of euremia noisoh. The funeral was held Wednesday Mr. Alfred O. Macy, of Harned, 121 morning. Services conducted by Rev. years old, and Miss Lucy K. Uranu T. S. Henrv. and the interment was in of Garfield. 18 years old. were mar aud Miss Stella Cook, of the same the St. Rose cemetery. ried in Louisville, last week. The place, were granted marriage license' Mr. Gregory is a fireman on the groom is a school teacher irr this in Cannelton. last week. L. H. & St. L. R. R county. The bride is the -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morgan Mr. Lyons is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyon 4. who formerly lived here and owned the depot resturant. ALFRED O. MACY WEDS MISS GRAND OF GARFIELD. Statement of the Condition of THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST COMPANY Hardinsburg, Kentucky 1 At the Close of Business December 31, 1920. BANKING DEPARTMENT RESOURCES Notes and. Bills - - - - - $630,657.96 381.65 State Claims -----Overdrafts (Secured and Unsecured) - - - -'Furniture arid Fixtures (New Vault). - - - -U. S. Bonds - -' - - -Other Resources - - - -Cash and Due form Banks Tqtal 4,610.22 7,976.43 19.450.00 123.28 33,113.83 $697,646.58 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 50,000.00. Surplus 50,000.00 Undivided Profits - - - - 8,690.63 Bills Payable ---,--- 70,000.00 DEPOSITS ------ ,518,955.95 Total $697,646.58 i ' Respectfully, B. F. BEARD, Vice President - TRUST DEPARTMENT, RESOURCES , Cash on If and ' ---'---$ 2'24.80t InvesmentsN - -'-,-- - 326,126.55 Income, -v, -.-,-, - - - - ,8,845.30 ; Notes and .Bills "- - -, - - 1,400.00 Real Estate ------- 51,996.43 Total ----!--- $388,593.08 LIABILITIES Deposit;? $386,593.08 Total - -' $386,583.08 E-. Respectfully, GEO, E. BESS, Cashier and Trust Officer. COMBINED DEPOSITS $ 905,549.03 COMBINED ASSETS $1,084,239.66 nwlie oflice with an itemized state ment and account showing to whom each one was paid, thc amount, time woiker and date, and his endorsement thereon. We have not done as nii'ch as v e . oi'h! like to, but we have to be goverud by thc amount of money collected for road purposes. Expresses Appreciation. And, I want to thank my fellow County Officers for their friendship, and help and I regret to leave them because I consider them a good bunch of competent, energetic men. Also, I deeply appreciate the kindness of the citizens of this community, and all of the attorneys of the bar and can tritely say that J never lived in a more hospitable place. My work has at all times been pleasant I have enjoyed the relation shin ainontr thc officials and the cit izens of the county which had here- tofore never been, my pleasure as an official and which I regret to give up, but after mature deliberation over the matter for some time I deem it my duty to give my attention to my family first. While I could get a leave I of absence for a few months, I do not feel that I could do the office justice and myself, too. At this time I do not know who my successor will be. but I am sure he will be a man capable of discharging the duties of the office in an efficient ! way and I trust that the citizens will cooperate with him as they have with . me. I hope to be able to return to this county within a few months and again take up my home here. Thanking the citizens again for electing me and giving me their co operation in my work. I am. Very respectfully, S. B. Payne, County Judge. Mrs Addie Lightfoot Dowden. wid ow of Mr. George Dowden, of Meade county succumbed to heart failure on Monday evening at eight o'clock at the home of her son, Beverly Dow den. of Brandenburg, with whom she lived. Her death was very sudden, altho she had been suffering with heart trouble of late. Mrs. Dowden was about seventy four years of age. She was born and reared in Clovcrport and thc daugh ter of John Lightfoot. Her brother, Postmaster C. E. Lightfoot, of this city,, is thc last surviving member of this immediate family..After their mar riage. Mr. and Mrs. Dowden lived in Clovcrport a few years and then mov ed to Meade county. Mrs. Dowden was a loyal member of the Phillips Memorial Baptist church in Branden burg. She is survived by her brother, C E. Lightfoot, and six children: Four daughters, Mrs. Temple Dunn, of English, Ind , Mrs. Adolth Lise hart. of Jcffersontown; Mrs. Griffith Stith. of Louisville, and Mrs Ella D. Gregory, of Brandenburg. Two sons, Darnold Dowden, of Seymour, Ind.. and Beverly Dowden, of Bran denburg. Thc funeral will be held Wednes day afternoon and thc interment in the Brandenburg cemetery. The young Men's Social Club of this city met last week and re-organized. The club members have rented the dance hall of The Elite confec tionery, which they will have for their club room and regular dances. The new officers elected were: John Hall, president; Robert Hamman, secretary and treasurer; Don Smith, Ruther Pate and Bill Seaton. compose committee to arrange for the dances. Following are members: Bill Sea ton, Billy Reid, Don Smith, A. T. Couch. Leonard Weatherholt, Beavin Tucker. Mike Tucker, Edward Graves, Curtis Weatherholt, Harry Berry, A. J. Helming. John Hall. Jess Hall, Miller Ferry, Robert Hamman, Al fred Wroe, Joe Burke. Byron White head Bernard Lewis, and Ruther Pate. USE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY AND CALL BY NUMBER URGES MISS LARKIN. SEA-PLANE CREATES A STIR IN STEPHENSPORT. Stcpheusport, Ky., Jan. 10. (Spec ial) This little town was" astir Thurs day evening about ." o'clock when a sea-plane landed at the mouth of Sinking Creek. All business houses were closed and all went to thc river. The two men were from Canada and continued their flight, Friday morn ing at 0 o'clock, to Florida, amid the cheers of 'about a hundred people, who had gathered to see them start. PUBLIC SCHOOL HONOR ROLL FOR DECEMBER. For the month of December the following pupils were placed on the Honor Roll at the Cloverport Public School: First Grade James Beavin. Jerry Carver, Mary G. Conrad. Robert Newton. Second Grade Bolyn Conaway, Edward Nail. Rosie Pate Third Grade Charles Edward Jackson, Anna Kcil, Emma Lee New ton. Fourth Grade Malora Harrington. Fifth Grade Bessie Keil. Sixth Grade Marian Behen Kath drine Phelps. Mayme B. Sawyer. Seventh Grade Adele Keil, Eva Lewis Miller, Magdalene Monneii. Eighth Grade Lucia Blythe, Anna Belle Gregory, Margaret Gregory, Lucile Kinder, Jane Sawyer. High School Freshman Agnes Aldridge Junior Katie Mae Duke, Mary Keil. Miss Larkin. Supervisor of Opera tors for the Cumberland Telephone Company in the Louisville district, visited the Cloverport oflice Wednes day and Thursday. Miss Larkin re ported the work of the local operators to ,be satisfactory. She insisted on the operators having their parties use the telephone directory and call by num ber in place of names. She required them to repeat the telephone number of party called for when thc one call ing failed to do so. and in this way accustom the users of telephones to call by number. W. A. BASHAM TO SUC- CEED LATE ESQ. KEENAN. Mr. William A. Basham, who re sides near Balltown. has been appoint ed by Gov. Morrow as Justice o Peace for the Second Magisterial Dis trict of Breckinridge county, to suc ceed the late Esq. J. J. Kcenan With in the last Gov. Morrow has also ap pointed W. J. Piggott. of Irvington, Magistrate in the Fourth District as successor to the late D. C Heron. BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY'S WINTER WHEAT REPORTED 85 P. C, OHIO COUNTY'S 91. SOLD $39 WORTH CHICKENS. Frymirc. Jan. 10. (Special) Mrs. W. E. Shclman sold a bunch of chick ens to A. M. Hardin, Lodiburg, last week for the sum of $:i! Condition of winter wheat in Breck inridge county is reported by the Kentucky Crops Report commission to be 8.i per cent. Day wages with board, other than in harvest time are $1.38 and without board $1.75. Hancoc county's wheat condition is 81, day wages $2 and $:J.'J5; Meade's wheat crop is 8l', day wages $1.73 and $2.25; Daviess' wheat 70, wages $1.95 and $2.45; Ohio's wheat, 91; wages $2.00 and $2.45. BUYS PARTNER'S INTEREST. Mr. Warren Purcell has purchased the interest of his partner, Luther Pate, in the Live and Let Live gro cery store on the Hill. The deal which included the deeding of the building and store goods to Mr. Purcell, was completed last week by Attorney V. G. Babbage. INFANT DIES. Glen Dean, Jan. 10. (Special) R. W. Jones, Jr., the five weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Jones, died last Saturday nicrht of bronchial trouble. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon, services were conducted by Rev Harvey English. The inter ment; was in the Glen Dean cemetery. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends for their many kindnesses during the ill ness and death of our baby, R W., Jr. Especially do we appreciate the helpful attention given by Mrs. Caleb Harlow. R. W. Jones and Wife, Glen Dean, Ky, COOK-MILLER Lodiburg, Jan. 10. (Special) Mr. Frank Miller and Miss Stella Cook were married Thursday, Jan. 0. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Cook. Mr, Miller is the son of Wariver .Miller. IC'ShcBank that mak you fe at Home. H "Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co. HARDINSBURG, KY. O ON TIME A) DEPOSITS SAVING A BANK. 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