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Hon. T. B. McGREGOR It: ' u Republican Candidate for ATTORNEY GENERAL Will address the voters of BreckenridgejGoimty on behalf of the Republican Party at the Court House in 4 Hardinsburg, Monday, Oct. 9 At 1 O'clock F M. aSE 0 IRVINGTON. Mrs. J. H. Cowley and son, Hugh, left Sunday for Birmingham, Ala., after spending two weeks here with her sister, Mrs. Nora Board. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bolin are guests of relatives at Cannelton. Mrs. Jas. Malln, who has been visit ing her sisters, Mrs. J.M. Herndon and Mrs. S. P. Parks, has returned to Owensboro. Miss Trent, of Custer, is spending the week as the guest of her sister.Mrs. Haynes Trent. Mrs. W. J. Piggott was in Hardins burg Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Major and little daughter, Katharine. leave today for Louisville after spending a week with Mr and Mrs Bate Washington. Mrs. Frank Payne, of Cloverport, has been spending several days the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hook. There will be services as usual at the Irvington Baptist church on Sunday next. The Rev. Chas. R. Shepherd, pastor, will preach on the following: Morning subject -'Stepping Stones and StumblingBlocks"; Evening "Are the Young Men Safe''. There will be special and attractive music rendered by the choir at the morning service. Everybody is cordially Invited. Mrs. A. D. Pulliam has gone to Boon ville, Iud., where she is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bentley. Mrs. Allie Claycomb has rented out her home on Maple Ave. and will move to Louisville this week, where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Nora Board is studying voice culture with Madarii Bredelli, of Louis ville. Mrs. J. L). Ashcrsft and Mrs. A. T. Adkins have returned from a short visit to Louisville. Mrs. Earl Bennett and baby left Mon day for Bowling Green to spend the month of Oclober with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mudd. Mrs. Mary V. Munford arrived Fri day from Chicago, where she has been visiting her daughter.Mrs. Evan Pusey, for the past four months. She was ac companied home by hercharming,grand laughters, Mrs Embry Wrather, of Hu.it on, Texas, and Miss Bessie Wrath er, oi Chicago, who will be her guests for several weeks. Miss Sue Board, of Big Spring, with her neice, Miss Anna Woodson, of Kansas City, Mo., were gnests of Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan last week. Miss Woodson left Wednesday for her home. Mrs. Albert Ashcraft and little son have returned from Guston. Mrs H. P. Hart, who has been spending a few days with Mrs. L. E. Henderson at Basin Springs, has re turned. The Rev. May returned Mon day from Greenville, where he attended conference. Mrs. Nannie Bandy spent last week in Louisville visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pomp McCoy. Mrs. Robert Crider and baby have returned from Glen Dean. Mrs. T. C. Matthews and children leave today for Bardstown. The Irvington Gun Club which was organized here some time ngo is pro gressing nicely. Shooting matches are being held twice a week, on Tuesday's and Friday's. Mrs. L. B. McGlothlan returned Sat urday from Hardinsburg. Misses Mary Nevitt, Willa Drury and Nellie Smith spent the week end with Miss Essie Kendall at her country borne near hero. Chas. L. Chamberlain and Jas. G. Harris left last week for un extended trip East visiting all the important points of interest Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and sister. Mrs. Frank Mattingly, of Cloverport, were visitors of Mrs. J. T. Mattingly Satur day. 0 Miss Katie Chitwood has retured from a stay of a week with friends in Custer. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice are at home from a visit at Tar Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Miller Frank and child ren returned Sunday from Holt. Mrs. John Chllds, of Guston, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. S. Neafus last week. Mrs. A. B. Coleman, of Louisville, visited friends here Thursday. Bread baking guaranteed .1 success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Biliousness is due to a disordered con dition of the stoaiach. Chamberlain's Tablets are essentially a stomach medi cine, intended especially to act on that organ; to cleanse it, strengthen it, toue and iuvigorate it, to regulate the liver and to banish biliousness positively and effectually. For sale by all dealers. Subscribe Right Now. Congressman. Ben Johnson's Speaking Dates In Breckenridge County. The Hon. Ben Johnson will speak at Irvington at 7 p. m., Tuesday October 10. After speaking at Hardinsburg the first day of Circuit Court he will come to Cloverport, where he will speak at night. The best plaster. A piece of flannel dampened witb Chamberlain's Lini ment and bound on over the affected parts is superior to a plaster and costs only one tenth as much. For sale by all dealers. Funeral of Mrs. Sims. The funeral or Mis. Chas. Sims was held at St. Rose Catholic church Sunday and the burial took place in the Clover port Catholic grave yard. Mrs. Sims was a sister of Mrs. Julian Brown, of this city, and leaves many relatives and friends. MATTINGLY Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brlckey visited his mother, Mrs. Latitia Brlckey, at Clover Creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pate, of Clover port, came out last Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C D. Ham bleton. Mrs. Tom Ryan and children and sister, Miss Nellie Haffey, visited rela tives at Glen Dean last Saturday. Rev. Argabright filled his appoint ment at Pisgah church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, B. F. Frank attended church at Pisgah last Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herb.rt Tinius. Mrs. Mildred Baum went to McQuady last Thursday. Misses Lula and Irene Brickey were euests of Miss Settle Pate last Sunday. Bread baking is guaranteed a suc cess if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. ftaby won't suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr. Thomas' Eclec tic Oil at once It acts like magic. LODIBLIRG ITEMS Thirty Five Breckenridge Peo Go To Golden West To Lo cate-Leave Fertile Fields And Friends For California. Mrs. Eva Basset, of Union Star; Mrs. Nannie Gibson, of Cloverport, and Mrs. Ida Brown, of Lodiburg, started to McFall, Mo., last Wednesday to visit relatives'. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hardin and dau ghter, Annie Lee, attended church at Sample Sunday and were guests of their aunt, Mrs. Amanda Jolly. Dr. J. B. Beeler, of Louisville, was in Lodiburg last week. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Bruce, of Louisville, were the guests of his brother Charlie Bruce, last week. Mrs. Maria Adkissori, of Sample, is the cuest of Mrs. Eugene Beauch- arap this weeb. CLOTHING ...FOR... Society Men, Travel ing Men, Profession al Men and men in all walks of life has been included in our Fall and Winter Line of Suits Tailor Made Suits For Women CWe have a splendid selection of dresses for this season. They have a style and dash that only tailor-made clothes have and should be studied before buying goods and trying to make a garment. 3 V OVAXJWTBDsi f KB 1 lurschbaumUothes, m g AU,OOL HAWP TMIWM g SHOES Classy Shoes and those with charac ter have been bought and selected for our customers. Shoes that are comfortable along with style is what you want and what we have. DRESS GOODS Beautiful materials in wool and silk are shown in our array and you can find exactly what you want for a house dress or church dress. Get what you need, what you want and what you have planned for the winter season We can supply you Ed. F. ALEXANDER, Irvington, Ky, A. M. Hardin was In Louisville sev eral days last week, Another delegation of about thirty five left old Breckenridge Monday for California. Among them were: Roy Dye, Gorman St. Clair, Glen Hendricks and James McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Adkisson, of Paynesville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Norton Saturday and Sun day. Miss Lyons, of Irvington, spent Sat urday and Sunday with Miss Ida Belle Ater. Miss Wlidia Robertson.of Union Star, attended the ball games at Hardins burg last Thursday and .Friday. Fourteen school teachers took tne ' train here last Monday, to attend the institute. We can truthfully say it Vjfts the nicest looking crowd that ever took the train here. Misses Nina Hardin and Emmarel Bandy, Messrs. Hewett Gibson and WilberKeys were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Bandy, of Frymire, last Saturday Sunday. Mrs. Bateman Is In French Lick this week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Flake Ater, of Irvirfg ton, are guests of friends here. So Judge Ahl isthe Republican nomi nee for Representative. There is not a better Republican in the county. But Judge, you will have to get a hustle on you, for on the seventh of November something is going to drop. Look out Judge, the fall mav hurt you. Mrs. Annie Shellman, of Holt, was visiting her cousin, Mrs. Ida Notting ham last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ater, of Steph ensport, was visiting Mrs. Ater's parents, Mr. and Mrs. June Bandy Sat urday. Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. You are not experimenting 011 your self when you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a cold as that preparation has won its great reputation and exten sive sale by its remarkable cures of colds, and can always be deuended un- ou. It is equally valuable for adults and children and may he given to young children with implicit confidence as it contains no baruilul drug. Sold by all dealers. WEBSTER Miss Fannie Lee Brown, of Hardins burg, is the gucsc of Miss Mildred St. Clair. Misses Lula Stewart and Ruth Nor ton, were the guests of Miss Nannie Belle Corden Sunday. MJsses Glen Hendrick, Qormah St. Clair, James McCoy, and Roy Dye, left for California Monday. Miss Ossye Payne entertained a number of her friends to dinner Sunday Those present were: Misses Fannie Lee Brown, Mildred St. Clair; Messrs. V. A. Prout, Ernest Compton and Lee Hendrick, Misses Nellie Smith, Mary Nevitt, and Willie Drury were guests of Miss Essye Kendall last week. Miss Allie St. Clair spent Saturday night the guest of Miss Mabel Bent- ley. Chas. Bandy Is very HI at this writ ing. Miss Mildred St. Clair entertained several of her friends Saturday night. Glen Hendrick was the guest of Miss Alta St. Clair Sunday. Forrest Cotnpton was In Irvington Friday. "Bread baking success Is $ruarantswl if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Regulates the bowels, promotes easv natural movements, cures constlpatioti Doan's Regulets. Ask your drugglit tor mem, aoc. a uox, i: A IL - -a tIMwW'W' ESSEil '" ' k