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SEPTEMBER 10, 1919
THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE 3 TOBACCO GROWERS ONE OF THE BEST BUILT AND EQUIPPED LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSES In the Green River District will be at Cloverport ready ior the 1919 Crop of Tobacco. The Building is Practically Fire Proof With Brick Walls and Concrete Floor. The roof will have 94 skylights of sandblasted glass, each 4 feet by 6 feet, giving a true light in all weather conditions. This is the most important feature in a loose leaf floor, and the owners have spared neither pains nor expense in giving the grower the benefit of the best light obtain able. The L., H. & St. L. R. R. will have a switch leading from the main line to the floor, which will accommodate three cars at one time. This Floor is tor the use oi the Grower, and is designed tose cure ior him the best price ior his tobacco The Buyer will deal with the HARDINSBURG Mrs. W. F. Hook and daughter, Miss Margaret Hook, have gone to Louisville, for their future home. Jesse Whitworth spent several days in Louisville, last week. Miss Mary O'Sullivan returned home Wednesday after a visit with Misses Mary and Margaret Sheeran. Willie Gause and sister. Miss Amy, were the guests of friends in Leitch field. Monday and Tuesday. Cleve Hendrick, cashier of the Farmers Bank & Trust Co., attend ed the Bankers' Convention in Louis ville, the mid-week. J., Mrs. Lee Bosley and daughter, ljiiss Laura Bosley, of Chenault, have returned after a visit with Mrs. Bosley's daughter, Mrs. R. I. Steph enson and Dr. Stephenson. T J. Hook. Tom Withers, and A. T. Beard attended the Owensboro Fair, Thursday. Mr. William Beauchamp was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Harriett Parks of Webster, the mid-week. Mrs. Mattie Teaff and children, re turned from Leitchfield, Tuesday. Mrs. Conelius Bland, of Terre Haute, Ind., were guests of Mrs Fanny Bland and relatives the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rhodes daugh ter, of Ashland, are visiting Mr. Rhodes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Rhodes Mr and Mrs. M D. Beard return ed from Klkton, Friday. Maurice Matting!', of Evansville, Ind . is visiting her son, E Mattingly and relatives. Mesdames. J C. Overby, R. R. Coinpton and Miss Sheila Poole vit ited in Garfield, Thursday. Mrs. B F. Wilson and son, Earl, have returned from Leitchfield, where they spent the summer. Miss Lucy Whitworth left Tues day for Oxford, O , where she will attend Oxford College Mrs. D. D. Davis and -sister, Miss Mary Franklin Beard, who spent several days in Louisville have re turned. Mrs. Fred Jolly and daughter, Miss Mildred Jolly, have returned from Eddyville, after several weeks visit with relatives. I. B. Payne, of Clarkson. was here Sunday the guest of relatives. D. D. Dowell and Franklin Beard have returned from Louisville where they attended the Banker's Conven tion Mr. and Mrs. Orval Frank and children. Mr and Mrs Wave Pate Mid children, were the Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs ei'yton Scott, Bar retts Addition Rev. W R Huntsman has returo ed from Shiloh where he conducted successful meeting Byron Dejarnett left Sunday for Georgetown, where he will attend' college. He was accompanied by his father, W. S. Dejarnett. Jesse and Jefferson Smith are visit ing their aunt, Mrs. D. S. McGill and Mr. McGhill, of Louisville. Heston Driskell, of Cloverport, ' was here Saturday. Lewis Jarboe left Saturday for Louisville to visit his brother, Fladge Jarboe and family. STEPHENSPORT N. G. Barbee was in Owensboro, last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks left Saturday for Louisville, where they will be the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Morgan were in Owensboro. last week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brown. Rev L. K. May, presiding elder, preached at the M. E. church, Satur day morning and evening. Miss Nancy Perry, of Evansville, was the Sunday guest of her mother, Mrs. J H. Perry. Capt. S. T. Bandy, who is in Louis ville, awaiting orders, was the week end guest of his mother, Mrs. E. J. Bandy. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Matheny and children, of Owensboro, were guests Sunday of Mr. Matheny's mother, Mrs. Cyrus Merritt and Mr. Merritt. Mr. and Mrs. C. Bowlds and Prof. Pusey have taken rooms at the Blaine House. Dr G. E Shively's sale of house hold goods was largely attended, Saturday. Dr. Shively and family will leave this week for Louisville, where they will S'pend the fall and winter. Mrs. B F. Blaine visited friends and relatives in Tell City, Ind, last week. Prof. E. N. Puesy opened school here last Monday. Failing to secure a teacher for the primary room. Miss Alice L. Dix taught last week Miss Elizabeth English, of Am nions, was the guest of her grand mother, Mrs. A. B. Crawford, last week C. A. Tinius shipped a carload of hogs bought from P. H. Canary, to his farm in Neade county. Mr and Mrs. Newsom Gardner, of Irvington, motored here Wednesday, and were guest of Mr. Gardner's brother, W. B. Gardner and Mrs. Gardner. Mrs. A. B. Cashmau and children, were in Cloverport, Saturday having dental work done. Mitt Mabel Shellman was the week end guest of friends in Cloverport. Mrt. Dick Cox, of Union Star, wat the guest of Mrs. O C. Shellman, Friday. Logan and Houston Hickerton, of Sample, were week-end guest of The largest buyers in Louisville and Owensboro have promised their pat ronage. The management has had long experience, successfully operating a Loose Leaf floor at Livermore, Kentucky. The location of the Clover port Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse at Cloverptort on the main line of the L., H. & St. L. R. R., and the Ohio River, assures the grower and the buy er excellent shipping and transportation facilities. Grower. their grandmother, Mrs. E. J. Bandy. ! Mrs. John Weirhauser, of Louis-' ville. and Mrs. Tom Hargis, of Derby, were guests of Mrs. Eugene Conner, ' last week I Miss Bessie Watlington. of Hard insburg, arrived Sunday and will teach in the primary room. Mrs P. D. Hawkins was the Sun day guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry Hamman of Cloverport. Mrs. Welsh and baby, (formerly, Miss Xannie Hall) of Logansport, were guests of Mrs. R. A. Smith, Friday. Rev J. F. Bowlds was the Sunday guest of his son, C. Bowlds and Mrs. Bowlds. Blanche Agnes Martin and brother, Marion Edward, of Valley Station, are guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Smith. LODIBURG Dr. Henry N. Basham, formerly of this county, but for several jyars a citizen of Curdsville, died Sunday, Aug I, He leaves a wife, three daughters, and a son to mourn their loss. He had a large connection and a host of friends in this county. Mr. Basham was sO years old He had followed his profession for years, and was one among the best dentists in the state, and will be sadly missed. Mi,s Willie May Deacon is the guest of her aunt. Miss Mary Single ton, of Wolf Creek, this week Miss Ruby Payne was the week end guest of her cousin. Miss Laura Clavcomb. of Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gibson, of Pros pect, attended the association at Wal nut Grove, last week Miss Jessie May Bruce, of Louis ville, was on the down train last Sat urday t Mr and Mrs Clyne Robertson are receiving congratulations over a lit tle son. who came to make his home with them on Aug -'7. He is named Rogers Robertson. Fleet Decker, of New York, and Mrs Charlie Hall, of French Lick, Ind.. were called last week to be at the bedside of their mother, Mrs. Bateman, who is not expected to live, but a few days. Also her grandson, Hoy I Daclatf and two brothers, Mr Ellises'.of French Lick, Ind., were called. Hubert Parks has bought the farm known as the Len Rush farm from Steve McCoy The price paid was not learned. I Charlie Payne, of Louisville, it at home this week. Mrs Herrette Parks, who has been very low lor some time it no better. Clyde Gibson and Jatper Head, have received their honorable dit charge and are both at home. Tin-hooking will not GARFIELD Fred and Howard Triplet, of near Irvington, were here Wednesday, the guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Ella Mattingly. Dr. and Mrs. Shoemaker and two sons, of Kingswood, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Steerman, Monday. Mr. Overton Dc well, of Louisville, was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. D. H. Smith and Mr. Smith, last week. Rev. E. E. Bracher filled his regular appointment at the C. P. church, Sunday. He has been called for the coming year. Taylor Priest has returned from over seas. Joe Marr, of Louisville, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marr. Mr and Mrs. D. D. Dowell, of Hardinsburg. were guests of relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Lord and three children, of Sullivan, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dowell and children, of near Irvington, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dowell and other relatives last week. Mrs. Claude Shoemate has returned from Woodrow, where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. "Vos" Shoe mate. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Horsley and family, Mrs. Thornhill, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Alexander and two children and Miss Leona Meador, of Kings wood, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Stearman. Sunday. Mr. C S. Board, Miss Nancy Board, Mrs. Tom Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moorman and daughter, Mary Louise, were guests of Mr. and Mrs G. F. Bandy. Friday afternoon Several from here are attending the State Fair. I Mrs. Keach Tells How She Got To Know Rat-Snap." "Have always feared rats Lately noticed many on my farm. A neighbor said he just got rid of droves with RAT-SNAP This started me think ing. Tried RAT-SNAP myself It killed 17 and scared the rest away." RAT-SNAP comes in three sizes. :5c, 50c, $1.0o Sold and guaranteed by E. A Hardesty, Stephensport; Conrad Payne & Co. Cloverport; and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. HARDINSBURG (Lelt Ovtr From Last Week I Mrs. Lee Bishop hat returned from Chicago, 111., where the spent ten days on butinett. Mitt Virginia Beard has gone to Maiden, Mo., where the hat accept ed a potition to teach violin. . Mrs. Morton Pcnick and children, of Buffalo, K v . who have been the be Permitted guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Romanic, have returned home. L. Walker made a business trip to Louisville. Monday. Miss Ada Mattingly has returned to Ft. Thomas after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mat tingly. Miss Clara Belle DeHaven has returned from Louisville, where she spent several days. Atty. Gus Brown returned Friday from Leitchfield where he had been attending court. Dr. Milton Board and Mrs. Board and daughter, Miss Isahellc, of Louis ville, have returned home after a visit with Mrs. Board's sister, Mrs. T. J. Hook and Mr. Hook. Mrs. America Bell and daughter, of Tell City, are visiting Mrs. Bell's sister, Mrs. Mollie Dejarnett and family. Miss Beulah Walls, who spent sev eral days in Louisville has returned Mr. and Mrs. Will Pries, of Louis ville, were the guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kincheloe. Mrs. Tom Allen and children, of Louisville, are the guests of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Beeler, of Kirk. A daughter, Anna Lucille, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walking ton, Aug. U. Mrs. Maud Neuling and children left Friday for Indianapolis. Ind., to be the guests of relatives ,Prof. Galloway and Mrs. Galloway and baby after a week's visit with Mrs. Galloway's mother. Mrs. W. F Hook have returned to Cloverport Mis Krnest Mattingly and child ren left Sunday for Evansville, Ind., to visit relatives. L. B. Reeves arrived Saturday from St. Louis, Mo., where he spent a short time on business. Mrs. Vic Robertson has returned from Wheeling, W. Va , where she was the guest of her niece, Mrs. Lewis Kincheloe and Mr kincheloe Dr. Will Milner, of I'nion Star, was here Saturday. Miss Eliza Meador, who is teach ing at Chenault, was the week-end guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs Taylor Meador. Rev F B English and family, W. C. Moorman and family, Mrs. Tajrloi Beard, Mr. L. I). Fox and sons. Otto and Baynard. Mrs M A McCubbius. Messrs. Chapman Moorman, Denuie Miller and Byron Dejarnett, attend ed the Baptist Association at Wal nut Grove, Wednesday and Thurs day. Miss Anna Lee Bishop, after a visit with relatives in Louisville, will re turn home this week Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harth left Sat urday for Louisville. The Urtuline Sitters, of Mt. St. Joseph arrived Wednesday to resume on this Floor. their work at St. Ramoulds Parochial school. Mr. Lonia Davis left Friday for Mattoon, III. Mr. and Mrs. William Compton, of McDaniels, were the mid-week guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Waggoner, of Oakland, were the guests Sunday of Dr. Saudbach and Mrs. Sandbach, of Garfield. Mr. and Mrs. William Canon left Monday for several days stay in Louisville. Misses Katie and Addie K. Esk ridge will teach at Hazard. They will begin their work Monday. MOOK (Left Over From Last Week.) Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Aldridge and C. M.. Jr.. of Rloomington, III., are spending a few days with his father. Mr. J. D. Aldridge and famliy. Miss Gola Robinson, of Harned, visiting Miss Lura Butler and other relative: near here. Mr Spafford Payne, ol Irv'nv.ton, visited Mr and Mrs. J. D. Aldridge and family last week. ' Misses Margaret and Constance Pile and brother, James Franklin re 1 turned to their home in Louisville, Monday after spending their vacation uith their grandparents. Mi. and Mis John Pile. Mrs. Kate Tucker, of Harned is. spending several days with Mr. Riley l inker and family. Mr and Mrs John Pile and entire family attended the reunion of the Parson family, at Peter Cave bridge, Sunday. Mrs PUt being one of the Parson sisters, i Mr and Mrs. Levi Butler and child ren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrt. "Bud" Drane and attended church at Fair view Mr. and Mrs. Dick Laslie visited his brother, Crave Laslie and family, I Thursday. Mrs. Richard Wilson, of German town spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs Fidula Galloway, at Herman i Galloway's. I Misses Daisy Tucker and Mattie V. undid spent Wednesday night with Misses Maude, Bessie and Gertrude 1 Smith. Mi J. H Glasscock, oi Garfield Msited bis daughter, Mrs. Levi Butler and family Monday. I Shelby Lucas who was recently discharged from the army is spend ing some time with his father, J W. Lucat. Mrs Hill Clark spent the week end with her daughter, Mrt. Gua Tucker and family. Items Continued on Page Sia.