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The Biggest Clearance Sale Ever!
We will have Hart, Schaff ner & Marx Clothing for Spring and in or
der to make room for same we are offering the following low prices:
Men's Suits and Pants
Men's $22.50 Suits at $14.98
Men's 17.50 Suits at 11,98
Men's 15.00 Suits at 9.98
Men's 12.50 Suits at 6.98
Men's 6.00 Pants at 3.98
Men's 5.00 Pants at 3.48
Men's 4.00 Pants at 2.98
Men's 3.00 Pants at 1.98
Men's 2.50 Pants at 1.69
Boy's "Knee Pant" Suits
same per cent off as men's.
$5.00 Walk-Over Shoes $3.98
$4.00 Walk-Over Shoes $2.98
25 per cent off on any shoe
in my entire stock.
All Underwear, Shirts, Ties, Sus
25 per cent off
A Nickle per Pound
Calico 43c; Hoosier Dom. 5c
Hope Bleach 73c; all 10c
Ginghams 7c; $1 Broadcloth
and Serges, all colors 79c;
75c Dress Goods at 49c
Navy Beans 4c;
Canned goods 3 & 4 for 25c
7 bars Lenox Soap 25c
Daily Bread Flour 59c
Best Pure Leaf Lard 13c
4 cans Lye 25c
Sorghum 39c gallon
Brooms 25c each
! These Prices are to Anyone and Everyone for CASH ONLY
NEWSOM GARDNER, Irvington, Ky .
IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT
BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT
Miss Mary Nevitt auil friend, Mi-1- f The conditio is of Mr?. Emma Rhodes
Doaiar Stewart, of Chicago, spent the who is making her home with her daugh
week end iu Cloverport wiih Miss Mag
Mists I,. B. McGlnthlan left Tuesday
for Kind. Okla., to visit her sister, Mi-.
V. II. Il-tndouof 1521 West Oklakom.i
Ave. Miss McGlothlnu expects to b
gone a month or tix week-.
Miss Essie Biggs has returned to Lou
isville after speudiug several dayr with
Mr. and Mrs. I.ois H. Jolly at their
home on High Street.
Miss li Ad Drury, of Louisville, re
turned home yeHterday after a week's twelve o'clock dinner Sunday at their
ter, M's. E. V. Alexander, is much im
proved and it is thought that she will be
able to be up in a lew days. Mrs. Rho
des had a stroke of paralysis last week,
and for a time her condition caused the
apprehension of the members of the
family and friend1.
Mrs. I'rank Hook and daughter, Mary
Franklin, who have bren visiting her
mother, Mrs. Dejaruett, in Hardiusburg
for a few dayB, returned Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ashcraft gave a
AT.- n.wl AT. T . .. IT T 1 I 11.
. spent the New Year's here in ihe' , "" " wc,c .lue
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. I ots Tursday evening of a most enjoy.
uuio luny-iwu party given atineir neau
tiful home on High St. iu honor of their
guest, Miss Eibie Biggs. The house
visit to her sister, Mis. R. B. McGIoth-
Mr. and Mrs. Tinsley, of Anderson,
city as the guests
Miss Jessie Grady entertained inform'
ally at cauls Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Juo. Trice Waller will
arrive this week from Hopkitisville to
be the guests of Mrs. Wallers parents,
Mr. ami Mr. J. I). Herudou.
The Misses McGlothlnu were at home
Friday evening to a few of their friends
iu honor of Miss Essie Biggs. The
house was decorated in green and holly
and the guests numbered about ten.
Mrs. W. II. Wctherton and daughter,
Louise, left Saturday for Leitchfield,
where they will spend several days with
Mrs. Leo Steward left for her home
In I'otdsville last week, after being the
guest of Mrs. Willard Arnold.
Mrs. L. K. May and children, who
Lave been visiting relatives and friends
in Camphellsville for ten days, have re
Mrs. Mary Powell, wife of William
Powell, a section boss on the railroad,
died at home on last Sunday afternoon,
after a ten days illness of Pneumonia,
She was about thirty years old aud a
member of the Methodist church. The
body was taken to Uticia on Tuesday
for interment. She is survived by a hus
'band and four little children.
Miss Mary Alexander, ot Louisville,
is visiting Mrs. Ura Hoard for the week.
Mrs. II. Ii. Head and daughter, Vir
ginia, will return home tomorrow, after
a week's visit to her sister, Mrs, Hw
reace i;i Corydon, Ky,
home on Walnut Ave.
laid for twenty.
was charmingly decorated iu holly and
mistletoe. Their guests include the fol
lowing: MiEses Essie Bigga, Willa Drury,
Nellie Smith, Eva und Mable MoGloth
lan. Messrs. Hubert and Joseph l'ig
gott, Johnie Johnston, Sam and David
Herndou, mid Mr. and Mrs. O. 1
Mr. nud Mrs. Ilollin Neafns returned
Monday from Guston, where they visit
ed Mr. and Mrs, George Neafus.
Little Miss Reba Bolin gave a doll
party ou Friday afternoon from two till
four o'clock. Each child was requested
to bring either a doll or game. There
were (seventeen invited gnesta who great
ly enjoyed the games and refreshments.
The Ladies Missionary Society of the
Baptist church are observing the week
of 'prayer. The first meeting was held
with Mrs. J. B. Herndon, on Monday
Mrs. Hettie Dowell, after being the
guest of Mrs. Jno. Galloway, left Sat
urday for (Jloverpotf
Miss Tula Lockard left Monday for
Carlisle, In J., where she will visit her
Con Bland,- for several
Dr. A. M. Hardaway, of Minot, North
Dakota, was the guest of his parents,
Mr. aud Mrs. E. P. Hardaway, for a
few days last week.
If the best is not too good for you
Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you
ought to use.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always .Bought
Mrs. Hue Caysey, Louisville, who
has been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs, J. B. Cashman, for the week end,
returned home last Saturday.
A. J. Keys has bought the Keys
farm. Consideration $1,050.
Miss Urah Adkisson, of P,aynesville,
was the guest of Miss Ida Ader last
Nath Basham, of Mo., is the guest
of his sister, Mrs, Jess Payne, this week
Miss Nannie Payne, the popular
young teacher at Poplar Grove, was
the happy recipient of a fine water set
presented by her pupils, This is some
thing to be proud of. It shows what
the pupils think of their teacher. Miss
Nannie is the only one that has ever
taught at Popular Grove that the pupils
ever made a present to.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Beauchamp, of
Stephensport, were visiting Mrs. Beau
champ's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arga
bright, last week.
Nelse Beauchamp of the L. II. & St.
L., was the guest of Miss Mary Noble
The social given by Mr.' and Mrs.
Arthur Dowell last Saturday evening
was the most enjoyed entertainment of
the kind given this Christmas. There
were over thirty young ladies present
The young people enjoyed themselves
until 12 o'clock, when all departed for
home, thanking their host and hostess
for the good time they all had.
Mrs. Delia Shaw (nee Knox) of
Nebraska, who has been visiting friends
and relatives here for the last month
returns home this week. Mr. Shaw
left here 27 years ago, and at that time
had but very little of the world's goods.
He was killed three years ago. Now
Mrs. Shaw owns a farm of 1400 acres
worth $30 an acre, and she was offered
$20 an acre for it. She will sell as soon
as she reaches home. She also owns a
fine residence in the town of Oneal,
Holt County, Neb., where she now
lives. She has six children, four boys
and two girls, all married. Mrs. Shaw
says she would not live here if someone
would make her a present of the best
farm in the county. Nebraska, she
says, is the place for the poor man, and
the climate is fine.
If the best is not too good for you
Lewisport Best flour is the flour you
ought to use.
Torturing eczema spreads its burning
area every day. Doan's Ointment
quickly stops it spreading, instantly re
lelves the itching, cures it permanently
At any drug store.
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