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Mrs. E. McDavis, of Louisville, has
returned home after a visit with
Miss Pauline Coinpton and Miss
Nancyc Uurch, Louisville, have re
turned after a visit with Miss Comp
ton's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Mrs J C. Lewis and daughters,
Misses Exic and Lithian, have re
turned from a visit with her sister,
Mrs. Win. Foushce, and Mr. Foushcc,
Mrs. E. E. Sutton, Louisville, who
has been the guest of her brother,
Hon. C. Mercer, and Mrs. Mercer,
J. F. Lewis, New Albany, Ind,, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Win. Cannon has returned from
Miss Virginia Helen Milncr, Union
Star, who has been the guest of her
cousins, Misses Virginia and Clara
Beard, lias returned.
Dr. Irvin Taylor, of Russellville,
was the guest of bis parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Taylor, the mid-week.
Mr and Mrs. Lindsay Kincheloc
have been the guests of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Kincheloe. and
Mr. and Mrs Abe Meador. They left
Monday for their home in Louisville.
Atty V. G. Babbage, Cloverport,
spent several days of last week here.
Judge J. R. Lyman, of Elizabeth
town, who spent several days here on
business, has returned
Mrs. John C Keopplinger and baby,
of Toledo, O., are visiting Mrs. Keop
plinger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. R.
Miss Monica Teaff. a trained nurse,
of Little Rock, Ark., is with her niece,
Miss Anna Mary Teaff, who is ser
James Hendrick left Saturday for
Mr Graham Eskridge, Washington,
D. C., is the guest of his mother, Mrs.
Addie K Eskridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Withers and
children, of Owensboro, were the
guests of Mrs Withers' mother, Mrs.
Mary Chatnbliss, the week-end.
J. C Mattingly, Glen Dean, was in
town Friday ,
Dr. C. P. Harth and Mrs Harth,
who have been the guests of Dr.
Hartb's mother. Mrs J F Harth.
left Friday for Ponca City. Okla
Mrs. R. II Poe and daughter, Jaca
qutinc, will leave Friday for Bowling
Green, to visit her father. Mr. White
Mr and Mrs. D C. Walls, who
spent several days in Louisville have
Mrs. Parker, of North Carolina, is
visiting her mother, Mrs J. W. Jones
Mr. R A. Reeves, Greenwood. Miss.,
arrived Sunday to visit Mrs Reeves,
who is the guest of her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. P M Beard.
"And There Wasn't the Slightest
Smell From Dead Rats.
Writes John Siinpkins, farmer of
Aunandale, N. J. "Rats were costing
me hundreds yearly; tried dogs, fer
rets, poison, could not get rid of them.
Bought $1.00 pkg of RAT-SNAP
(5 cakes) Used half, not a live rat
since Dead ones a plenty. I like
RAT-SNAP because after killing rats
it dries them up leaves ni smell "
Three sizes, 25c. :.0c, $1.00. Sold and
guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co.,
Cloverport, Ky., and B F Beard &
Co , Hardinsburg, Ky. Adv.
Walter Crider, Louisville, is visiting
Mr and Mrs Gillie Dowell
Contractor J K Bramlettc has re
turned from Shephcrdsville, having
gone to sign a contract for a new
bank at that place
Miss Mildred Chitwood returned to
Louisville, Sunday after a weekV visit
with Dr. and Mrs. R W Meador and
Mrs. A. L. Kincheloe and baby of
Stanley, and Elizabeth aiid Earl
Cooper, .Owensboro, have been quests
of Mr and Mrs J. F. Vogel.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cox, Louisville, is
vhitini; Mr and Mrs Herbert Cain.
Mrs A B. Cliism and cnildreu, are
s ndin,r several days with relitives
at Bowling Green
Mi and Mrs G T. 'Marshall ere
visiting relatives at Corydon, Ind , and
Mrs. E. T Austin and children, of
Mattnnu, 111., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Sadenwater.
Miss Mary Monroe. Glasgow, and
Ren Taylor, Hcidgenville, are visitors
of Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor.
Rev E. S Holleran is .spending his
vacation at Atlantic City
Mrs. Lcota Thomas, Oucida. Tenn.,
has been the guest of her brother,
John Mites, and Mrs Miles.
The young people enjoyed a dance
at the home of Dr. W B. Taylor and
Mrs. Taylor on Friday evening
Mrs. James Bolin visited friends at
Cannelton, Ind., last week.
Jim Thomas and family have moved
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wallace and
Harold Stith returned to Louisville,
Sunday after a visit with their parents,
Mr and Mrs. F. II. Stith.
Harold Parks, Louisville, spent the
week-end with Dr. S, P. Parks and
An ice cream supper will be given
on Friday evening on Mrs. II. B.
Heads lawn for the benefit of the
Irviugtoii' Brass Baud
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith, of Louis
ville, have moved on College street.
Rev W. F. Hogard visited Rev.
C. F Hartford last week.
Miss Rose Alexander entertained
in honor of Miss Mildred Chitwood,
on Friday from 'J::iO to 4:30 Those
present: Misses Virginia Head, Eve
lyn Bramlettc, Helen Board. Tommie
Umtermehr, Mabel and Nell Adkius.
Ices and cake were served,
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Blain and sons,
of Lakeland, Pla . who are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Biggs motored to
Stephensport to spend several days
Mrs, T. N. McGlothlan has returned
from a visit with Mrs Anspach at
The young ladies Bible Class will
meet with Miss Lottie Trent, on
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock
Alfred Herndon has returned from
a visit with relatives at Nashville, and
Meeting closed at the Cumberland
Presbyterian church, Sunday night.
A lot of good work was done by Rev.
Guymn, and singer Tom Scott.
Virgil Brite, Louisville, spent' the
week-end with Mrs. Brite and daugh
ter, Martha Howe Brite.
Guy Butler and family, of Louis
ville,, were here last week visiting
his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. But
ler. Mrs C. M Aldridge and children,
of Bloomington, III., arc visiting rela
Rev. Byron DcJarnettc delivered
two splendid sermons at the Baptist
Miss Louise May is visiting friends
near Glen Dean.
D B Allen went to Louisville,
Mrs. Florence Carden, of Irvington,
spent a few days of last week here
with her father, G. W. Payne and
The Baptist Missionary Society met
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Rob
J A. Gray was in New Albany, Ind.,
on business, Thursday.
Mrs. Browmer Smith and baby,
Inez, of Lodiburg, arc visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Pile and other relatives
Miss Nora McCoy began her school
at Rockvale, Monday. Her many
friends here wish her success.
Virgil Roberts and wife, of Som
erset, Ky., are visiting his sister, Mrs.
C. L. Bruington and family.
Miss Eva May Skillman, of Louis
ville, is the guest of her grand parents,
Mr and Mrs. Henry Skillman.
Mr. Johnnie Simple, of New York,
is the guest of Miss Irene Mattingly,
Miss Florence Rhodes left last
Monday for a few days vacation at
Mrs. Jim Clark, of Glen Dean, Mr.
Fred McGary and family, of McQuady
were guestsof Mrs. Willie Coinpton,
Mr. Con Mattingly and family din
ed with Mr and Mrs. Harry Storms,
Mrs. Chas Jarboe, Sand Knob, is
Mrs. Henry Matthews, after having
a very successful operation performed
at St Joseph's Infirmary, Louisville,
is feeling fine being able to again re
sume her household duties.
Misses Freddie May Glasscock and
Irene Bradley, who held positions in
Cincinnati, are home for the summer.
They were accompanied by Miss Fay
Glasscock, who expects to visit rela
tives in this vicinity until September
Mr Fred Rhodes, of Tolley, N.
Dak , spent a few days with his sick
mother, Mrs. James Rhodes, last
week Fred moved with his wife from
here about five years ago and bought
land in North Dakota. He is father of
three handsome children. He likes
his new home and has had fine health
in the colder climate.
Friends here of Mrs. Mattie Teaff
are sorry to hear of the serious ill
ness of her little daughter. Anna
Mary, who has typhoid fever Anna
Mary is a very winning sweet little
School began at the Rhodes school
house last Monday with Miss Myria
Stone as teacher.
Mr and Mrs. Will Withers, Mr and
Mrs Marcus Mattingly and son, Paul,
attended church at St. Anthony's,
Axtel, last Sunday, and went to the
ball game at McDaniels in the after
noon Mrs. George Jarboe is on the sick
list this week.
Mr. Huse Critcheloe, who has been
suffering for some, time with compli
cation of diseases, is a little improved
but not able to be out.
Quite an interesting and exciting
game of ball was played between Mc
Daniels and McQuady on the Mc
Daniels ground last Sunday p in. Mr.
Basham, one of the main men in Mc
Dn:els te--r. .-. :'.:e bcIr.ri. got a
ve-y severe blow on tl.e 1 e I from
an escaped bat. It prostrated 1...11 and
c:i::id him s-"" I'lffc-ins TIowever
the grme went 011 and no one was
hgging. It scored 7 to s i:i f .-or of
G S Hook representing Regal
Spear Co., New York, was in town,
Saturday enroute to Chicago nd
while here was the guest of Dr. and
Mrs E. C. Harned. Mr. Hook was
formerly of this place
Mr and Mrs. Estille Davis, of St
Louis, are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. H Spriugate and Mr
Steve Davis, of Woodrow
Mesdames Tom Gray and Ova Gray
and sons, of Pewee Valley, were here
Mr. and Mrs, Harold Smith, Mr
L. J. Renn and Miss Louise May
were guests of Mr. and Mrs Elick
May, at Olaton. They were accomp
anied home by Mrs Smith's sister,
Miss Hattie May.
Miss Roby, of Tennessee, was at
Freedom, Sunday in the interest of
Mrs. Stanley Scott, of Allen, Texas,
is visiting her father, Mr Je Ma.
Mrs. Scott and family formerly made
their home here where they have a
host of friends.
School opened at Garfield, Monday
with good attendance Miss Ruth
Harned, principal and Miss Louise
Mr Davis Bandy- and son, Howard
D , of Niagra, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wilt Tabor.
Misses Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha
Harned attended the boat show, "The
Water Queen" at Stephepsport, last
week and were guests of their aunt,
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs R. A. Smith.
Mrs. Jim Waggoner was the guest
of her mother, Mrs. Payne, of Hard
THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY
' Miss Ruth McCoy, of Union Star,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm.
' Misses Ruth, Martha and Mary Ann
Harned. of Garfield, were guests, last
week of their uncle, R. A. Smith, and
Jamison O Hawkins returned,
Wednesday from Louisville, where he
visited his sister, Mrs. H. J. Rice, and
Mrs, Ida Nottingham, of Lodiburg,
was the guest of Airs. W. J. Schopp,
L. E. Smith and daughter, Frances,
were Sunday guests of his sister, Mrs.
Mclvln Cockrcll and Mr. Cockrell,
Louisville. Miss Smith will remain
sometime with her aunt.
Mr. and Mrs Chas Jackson and
son, and Miss Lclia Tucker, Clover
port, were guests Sunday of Mr. and
l Mrs. Chas Maysey.
I Mrs. B. F. Blaine .was the guest of
Airs uranam jony, Cloverport, aai
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson and
baby, were week-end guests of H,
A. Basham and family.
Mr .and Mrs Perry Kemp, of Tell
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A glance into our windows tells the story of what's in vogue.
e you will find many
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AT LESS THAN
City, motored here Sunday to see
Mrs, Kemp's uncle, Mr, A. Stiles,
who is very ill.
Rev. II. S. English and children,
Elizabeth and Logan, returned from
Louisville, last Friday,
Mrs, J. C. Harding and Mrs. Mc
Mitlen, of Cincinnati, O., are guests
of their niece, Mrs. J, M. Shellman,
and Mr Shellman.
Mrs. Emma Weisenberg, of Clover
port, was the guest of her parents,
Mr, and Mrs W, B. Hanks, last Mon
day. The post-office is now located t in
the big office room at the Blaine
Mr. Scott Mattingly and family left
last week for Cloverport to make
thir home in the future.
Mis J W. French and daughter,
Miss Belva, were in Louisville, the
guests of relatives and friends last
Mcidamo P. H. and J. B. Morgan
and Mrs Mary Morgan attended the
funeral of Mrs. Mattic Singleton, wife
of Wm. Singleton, at Amnions last
Miss Lcota Grant of Frymire and
Harvey O. Pullen were married last
Mondav at Cannelton The attendants
Leather Louis, Cuban, military and walking heels;
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We personally say to every woman in this city
DON'T BUY a pair of low shoes and pay an enor
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were Mr. Carlt Pullen and Miss, Fry
mire. Mr. and Mrs. Pullen returned
on theevening train and will reside
Miss Laura Norn's Claycomb and
Miss Genevieve Wright were dinner
pucsts of Miss Mayme Jordan, Sun
Miss Sarah E Cashman was the
dinner guest of Miss Margaret Harp
Mrs. C. P. Basham and children, are
visiting friends and relatives at Fry
mire, this week.
.Several from here attended the pic
nic at Ekron, Saturday, July 10.
Miss A. B, Cashman was the dinner
guest of Miss M L. Rhodes, Sunday.
Mr, W, S. Peyton, of New Albany,
Ind., was in town Friday buying logs
for R H. Humphrey & Co.
Mr. S M. Hayncs tie inspector for
the L. H. & St. L, was in town Friday.
Mr. Ted Rhodes was in Louisville,
Mr. J M. Rhodes was at Branden
burg, Thursday taking up ties.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin, of
Lodiburg were dinner guests of Mr.
- All Widths
and Mrs. Owen Parks, Sunday .
Mr. C, H. Basham was the wMM
end guest of Clarence Payne, of Lwfl-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert HadJfc,
it., n i- u..i.i.i. .i wt.m--
in is. i. v. iiauuutn, anu iinmyt ((,
nnott attenaea cnurcn at wann
Mr. and Mrs Joe Harper and chHf
ren were dinner guests of Mr. awl
Mrs. Julia Harper, Sunday.
FALLS OF ROUGH ,
The ice cream supper at Fred .Fen
tress', Saturday night was largely at
tended. Mrs. Fannie Woosley and children,
of Bedford, Ind., and Mrs. Iva Will
helm and children, of Aurther, III.,
are visiting their parents, Mr, and
Mrs. Clint Hart.
Miss Guin Wilkcrson spent last
week with her aunt, Mrs. Cesroe
Fentress, of Glen Dean.
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Woods spent
Sunday at McDauiels,
There will be a picnic here Satur
day, July 17., Everybody invited to
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The change of sea
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Among them y6u
will find a proper mod'
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