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Hi I An Immense Business Early in the Season the Cause The late buyer has an equal chance for choice selections Early buying has been exceptionally heavy this season and as a result we have been com pelled to replenish the stocks in several departments. Lots of brand new good to choose Irom. 3 Plenty of Suits and Coats Receiving daily shipments of Coats and Suits keens our stock almost as complete as : season. To those who have not bought, we wish to say you ! will rind selection easy even though the season is advanced, j We are .showing unusual values in Filue Serge Suits I I at $15.00 & $20.00 j Also many novelties at a price range from $12.50 to $30. : A late purchase of coats has brought to our Ready-to- Wear section many exceptional values at $10. $12.50 & 15. : We want you to come and judge for yourself. In this same section you will find at prices to interest you a splendid line of Children's and Misses' Coats, Sepa rate Skirts, Waists of all kinds. Furs, etc. c! 1 Athena Underwear A "New Knit Underwarc Tor Women No woman can gather the full force of tins term Tailored Erftvt until she has worn an Athena Union Suit. It is different clings close to the figure no bagging anywhere- A new system of shaping garments accomplishes a'l that could come from individual measurements. An Athena Union Suit with the fine soft finish of its elastic fabric gives warmth without weight, a r-se of n-nl undvawvur comfort that women will be quick to appreciate. The tailored effect of Athena Underwear is but one of its several special features. on S 8 0 G K 0 ' In ladies many new and Chic styles for the particular dresser in Gun Metal, Velvets, Patents. Velvets - $3.00 to $4.00 'Gun Metal $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, and $4.00 Shown in both cravanette and dull kid toppings, button or lace. Our line of Medium heel, made for comfort shoes in cludes the very best values. We call especial attention 0 Wflson-FredeMailH . G. Co. LEXINGTON MISSOURI Miss Mayme Stewart went Kansas City Thursday for few days' visit. Mrs. II. C. "Wallace went Kansas City Thursday for few days' visit with relatives. to a t0 a ! Miss Rose O'Malley of Kansas City arrived Thursday morning to visit friends and. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoffman went to Kansas City Wednesday evening to attend the bedside of Mrs. Hoffman's brother, Harry Blee, who had both legs cut off at Corder Tuesday. Mr. Hoff man returned Thursday and reports Mr. Blee's condition as well as possible under the cir cumstances. Hubert Bates returned Thurs day from a brief visit in Kansas City. "W. II. Veacli, who has been ill for some time, went to Kansas City Thursday to enter a sana torium for treatment. His wife and mother went to the city this morning. Miss Jean Brightwcll went to Topeka, Kansas, Wednesday even ing to attend a meeting of the Kansas State Teachers Asso ciation. Trof. M. J. Patterson, II. T. Phillips, B. M. Little and R. P. it was at the beginning; of the I FOOTWEAR FOR ALL Men's Mass Meetingg. There will be a Union Men's Mass meeting Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the court house, Dr. Fowler wul speak and Prof. Wagner will sing. All men and boys invited to attend. The Gold Fish have arrived. Fancy American and Importe Gold .Fish and aquarum sup plies. FRED WILMOT. For Salo R. C. Reds. In order to make room for my young stock I will sell at a bar gain a few choice hens that were in my first and second pen this year. I can also spore a few cockerels and pullets which will be ready for the show room this winter. A chance to get a start of the best cheap. L. A. ROY. 417 "Washington Ave. Lexington, Mo. Member M. S. T. P. A. and L. D. P. A. Robinson went to Hannibal Wednesday to attend a meeting of the State Teachers Association. A. B. Rush went to Kansas City Thursday on business. 111 Our Millinery ! The stock in this de- partment has been re ' plonished from time to time and you will tind scores of choice hats i for your selection. Our showing of large Vel vet and l!eaer shapes embraces the very la test ideas for dressy wear. Inspect our as oriment of novelties : in flowers. These are unusual and dainty. Special: We have i a number of beautiful ! pattern hats which we will offer at a decided j price reduction. to our line of tfork shoes for men. They are made for service $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Our line of Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's shoes was nevermore complete or offered better values. Several late shipments just received Men's $1.00 Walkover Shoes., for $3.00 Men's $3.50 Walkover Shoes for $2 60 Call lor Stalllng's Bread g-j ; i' t uiii.ii.ii Mi.n M. mi. iin Specials For Saturday Cream Puffs, Lady Fingers, Cocoanut Kisses, Angel and Devil Food, - Macaroons, Coffee Cake and Gutter Cake. Our Window is Tempt ing. STALLING BROS. Get the Bake Shop 3alH. John Sluslier y:ent to Kansas City Wednesday evening on bust ness. epaurt EZ3 Mew ft 0 iin 3 -Zi ' si LT ST 0 nj ' W : f? I a: i New Grand TomtgM Photoplays Sergeant Dillons Brav ery Wonderful Military Picture Thrilling Incidents of the Southwest Flames and Fortune The Greatest Fire Scene Ever Shown in a Moving Picture The Monogram A Rex Comedy First Show at 7:15 ADMISSION 5 & iOcts PALMER and JOHNSON Cleaning, Pressing and Repair Work Done: OVER SAVINGS BANK SHERWIN & WILLIAMS Faints. W. F. Weil. Waverly Notts. 0. II. Allbright and wife were in Kansas City last week. Mr. John Hughes uiid .sou spent.. Sunday with liomefolks at Corder. Mrs. Lay ton Yaneey wriit to Lexington Monday to spend u few days. Mr. James Garrett of lielton, Mo., a former resident of this city, 'was' in town several days last week.. Miss Minnie Thomas, who is attending school at .Independence spent Monday with her mother,! Mrs. Lizzie Thomas. 'r!'s. en Xiederjohn of lilaek water arried Wednesday for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ilenry Vanderliu. George Allbright, who is em ployed at Swift's Parking House in Kansas City, spent Sunday with his father. O. II. Allbright.' Mrs. Al Riley and daughter, Miss Pearl, of Grand Pas, were the guests of Arthur Robertson. and family the first of the week. 1). J. Payers and familv arriv - ed Saturday from Rosleand, Kan sas, to make this phn-e their home. Mr. Fayeis is one of the company who have leased he Pig Six eoal mine. Mrs. Kate Weber, who reeeiit ly moved from this phii- to Marshall, has sold l.r h t -l at that plaee and rei wnied to make Wn verlv her home. The W. C. T. V. held a iv,,j tiou at the home of .Mrs. Lillie .Allison Wednesday ai'ternooon. ' M i .I.:... i ...... . ... jl imiiv meiooers were pre-s- ifli!4'ut- i he ladies of the Christ ia n church held their annual ehrys anthemum show and oyster sup- per Saturday. The nice sum "of $47 was realized, which will be used in repairiuur the ehureh. The balloon. Kansas City IT. ith the pilot, E. II. llonneywell. !nu, own ui: ee oon'i men jiiisseu rr our citv last Saturdav afternoon. .1 1 ..! 1 -. .. i The balloon after parsing over '.town drifted across the river and landed at Hosworth. WANTS FOR SALE K. I. K. Orphing ton Ileus aud I'ullets, at Kggles tou's Green House. FOR RENT Two houses, one mile and a half west of ' South miuc. Apply to Oscar Smith. FOR RENT The house re cently occupied by Miss Wilmon Edwards. Apply of Richard Field. FOR SALE A 220 Egij Favorite Incubator and a Mann's Bone Grinder. Enquire of John J. Price, Phone 233. FOR SALE Four yearlin R. C. Red cocks and IS yearling hens at a bargain. Extra lay in strain. 233 North lGth street. FOR SALE Five shorthorn bull calves, got by a grandson of "Chose Goods." ' Must be sold immediately. Apply of Jackson Bradley. FOR SALE Two thorough bred short-horn bulls. Dark red, extra good ones. January and February calves. W. B. Wad dell, Limvood Lawn, Lexington, Mo. FOR SALE Native lumber of all kinds and dimensions at j mill near Glen Oak mines or at our yard in East Lexington. ! Lexington Triumph Press ; Brick Co. Phone 5. FOR SALE OR RENT A five I room cottage with barn and sev ' cral out houses and plenty or. fruit. Alio a good milch cow. Apply to CHARLES G AFFIX, 'Phone 33th 210G South St. If Ilinesloy's is the sweetest plaee in town Eggleston's Green House is the most attractive at present. A fine display of Roses, Chrysanthemums, Carnations. Destroys Dandruff Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the scalp clean and healthy, destroys all dandruff, and greatly promotes the grovrth of the hair. You will cer tainly be pleased, with it as a dressing for your hair. It keeps the hair soft and smooth and promptly checks any falling of the hair. It does not color the hair, and cannot injure the hair or 5calp. Consult your doctor about these hair problems. Ask him what he thinks of Ayer's Hair Vigor. s'.iil by t j r. tt" ro.. i !, Mix AT THE PrincessTheatre 1 Special Friday and Sat- urday Program The Spirit of the Gorge Here is an Imlian story of strength and atmosphere ami vet without tho usual story (.1 liluoil-.liead wliirh puts the Pedskin in such untavoi'aOle liylit. 1 Yau'.ihil water scenes nf the Niagara. A Society Mother or En gaged Against Her Will A l ie as it i. l'leture story. A eiassic society pi-oiiuetion. Foxy Izzy . roaring eoii.eilv t a ,Tc-wish IVd- (ller. His Birthday A stury fu!! of ui-epcst. lieart inter (! cleuietiii' husliands jealousy and its cure. AT THE I Electric Theatre An Extra Good Western j and Comedy Program j The Strangers Plate i A very exciting story of the early 1 settlers and their dealing's with the Indians. The Blue Domino Disguise Scene 1. An unexpected return. A wry thrilling comedy drama. Sweet Memories line of tho Imp's best dramas see little Mary's classical performing' ia this film. She is one of the liest mov ing1 picture performers the states has ever had. First Show at 7:1"). Admission 5 & 10 cents. Barbers. Notice. The Barbers State Board of Examiners for Missouri will meet in Lexington November 24, for the vurpots of holding an examination. All barbers hold ing permits are hereby notified to appear on above named date at Pat Roach's barber shop for examination. Bring tools ami 1 permit J. II. FAUST, Pi es. Bear in mind that we not only keep a fresh supply of staple groceries in stock, but also fresh vegetables and fruit in season. C. L. Kenney, 'Phone 17 Red. ADMINISTKMRIX'S NOTICE WITH WILL ANNEXED. Notice is hereby given that letters of Administration with will annexed on the estate of "William "W. Meng deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 10th day of November 1911, by the Probate Court of Lafay ette County, Missouri, All per sons having chums against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the under signed within six months after the date of said letters or they mav he precluded from nnv ben efit of said estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of this publication, they shnll be forever barred. This 10th day of November 1911. DORA M. MENG, Administratrix with Will Annexed.