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o 0 0 WV A 1 U KincM irjchbaum Uotnes. Correct Clothing for Men at Alexander's I Have a Big Line of Suits Overcoats and Raincoats to select from and they have a standard of style to suit all All wool hand-made Suits from $10 to $20 You can have your clothes made to order hy high-class tailors. Fit guaranteed. Let uptake your measure. Below cost I will sell several suits I have in broken lots; these are good patterns. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Long Coats In Hoar Skin and Broad Cloth; all color-: clever makes: T price- f.00 to O I U Ladies' Coat Suits Smart fashion-: Black, Blue and Brown: prices fll C $10 to 01 v Star Brand Shoes all solid leather: heavy work shoe metal, patent, vici kid. Star Brand Shoe- are better for men, wo men and children because they are solid leather, no substitutes for leather are used in them. Nobby styles for youmz folks. Millinery Goes at Cost Special Prices (iood ('alien per yard Yard wide cotton per yard Hope bleached cotton per yard Men's heavy fleece lined underwear, worth 60s at 8 bars Lennox Soap 4c 41c 7c 39c 25c 2 uH 1 RP Hominy I Jb I cans 0Jft Tomotoos Zwb I cans nr Corn DC fx.f 10c Best side lOn meat .2$ See the bargains in White and Granite Ware on my 10c counter ED. F. ALEXANDER, n fKllr IQI IOtZ ;TICZ- iO IH " Irvington, Ky. asm HOC D 0 0 0 Q o 0 NEWSY NOTES F ROM IRVINGTON Giving The Many Happenings In The Busy Little City In The Eastern Part Of The County HALLOWE'EN ENTERTAINMENT. Mis- Alberta Drury, who has been visiting Miss Lula Nunnelly in Louis ville, has retvirncl. Mrs. LaKne Cox and daughter, KatbarilM, ;.re guests of Mrs. Tom Ditto, in the city Mrs. Wiliie B. Hynes and children re turned Wedne-day from a pleasant visit 1 relatives in Owensboro. Mrs. Will Corby, of Louisville, was the KtlWl last week Oi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCoy C. Brabandt, photographer, will be in Irvinuton Nov. 10 and 11 Have your photo made for Christmas. M:s. S. P, Park, after a several days visit to her father, Jas. Lewis, in Bran denburg, has returned home. Miss Lizzie Hilf, ol Parte, Texas, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J no N'evitt, for ten days Miss Julia tlreenwood who has been visiting in Cloverport has retuined home Mrs Thomas Musselman and sor, Eiigene, were guests of Mr and Mrs. BogaM Wright in West Point for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Chris McUehee.of Long Branch visited F. EL MiGehee and family from Saturday until Monday. Mrs (). N. Lyddan and daughter, Nina, spent several days of last week in Louisville shopping Mrs. W. N. Holt spent la.st Thursday as the guest of aliss Lizzie Hall at her home near Webster. About Hardware l'aint tliut are made for in doors and outdoor. If you me planninj; to makeover a bedroom ask us about paint. We can furnish you paint that hatinon iz A pink room is beautiful witli while wood work, dark red floor and the old furniture painted white. A liht blue chair gives the room a French lone White and Blue Kitchen Shower for Brides i the latent We have a Im-iuiI iful line of Kiiiimel Ware in blue and while for the kite lien. fjur stork of Rooiati Wne I'Viue. Saddles and Blldles is up to dale. ( mill' in and talk over your house ropoiring and other plan with us. We 0M int reuse your ploOMUri and leduce your tost of living. MC6L0THLAN L SON, Imngton, A successful Hallowe'en entertain ment was given on Tuesday evening in the college hall by the three societies of the churches. It was enjoyed by 100 people. The hall was appropriate ly decorated with Jack o-lanterns and various products of the forest. The re freshment table had Hallowe'en decor ation:", and (lowers. Robert Crider and Johnie Johnston were in Louisville Saturday on a busi ness trip. Miss Ada Stith is at her home in Bewleyville after several weeks spent in Louisville. Mi.-s Fannie Hardawav left last week for Owensboro, where she is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Will Strother. On Saturday. November 11 at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Chas. Shepherd will commence a series of lectures on "What Baptists Believe". These lectures will be given evtrv second Saturday after noon at the Baptist church. Kvery member ;s earnestly n quested to at tend. Bring note book and pencil. Ben Stith, of Pasadena, Cat, is the uest of his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stith a their home near Bewle;, ville. Mr. and Mis. J no. Akers and little daughter, Florence, will leave next week for Hardisburg, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moirison and children, of Cloverport, spent the week end the city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jac 'b Morrison. Mrs. Pidatia Galloway and little grand daughter, Lucile Galloway, have re turned after a visit to relatives iu Lou isville. Mr, anil Mrs Q, T. Marshall return ed Friday from Kansas City, Mo., wh'ie they have been visiting rela tive Miss Mary smith, of Guston, is with her sister Mrs. Newsom Gardner. Mrs. J. . Tilford. who has been the gttSMl ot her daughter, Mrs. Clarence iJeWease, in Fordsville, returned yes terday. Miss Katharine Wimp, of Branden burg, is spending several days with her son, J. R. Wimp and Mrs Wimp. Miss Pauli le Nicholas ot Cloverport. after a week's visit to Miss Mary Cil lins, will return home today. Oa Thursday, Nov. z, the stock of dm gocds of C. S. Neafus was sold at public auction The stock of general merchandise was purchaseil by G () Bailey for 1400, Mr. Bailey is selling out at cost ami tne sale will continue throughout the week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stith, of Kkron, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hook with their two charming daughters, Misses Ruby Haynes and Klizabcth, are in Louisville this week. Ruby Haynes will be operated on lor throat trouble today at St Joseph hospital by Dr. I'he.itum. assisted by Dr. L B Mori men, of this city. Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BKST Kloui Edmund Wroe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Wroe, of this city havi received the announcement of the arrival of their grand son at the home of Mr. and Mis. Edmund Wroe. of Flcmingsburg . He ha been named for hi fattier. HARDINSBliRG Miss Ida Dowel, of Garfield, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Davis Dowell. Kev. Marvin Dyer will begin a series of revival services at Kirk next Sun day, the 12. On Monday, the second ilav there will be quarterly meeting at which Presiding elder, Hushing will preach twice. Rev. Dyer closed a week's meeting at Kphesus Thursday night. An exhibition of creditably done work at the High School building Fri day afternoon drew a goodly crowd of mothers and other friends of the school work. An associ-ition of mothers was formed which will hold monthly meet ings. Mrs Kli.a Taylor was elected president. James Heeler, the fourteen months old child of Mr. and Mrs Hirry Norton, of Kane, M , was buried here Thursday. Mrs. Norton, before marriage was Miss Louise Heeler, one of Hardins burg's most popular girls. Much syrr pathy is expressed for the bereaved parents in their 1 s of a beautiful and attractive child. Misses Anne Lewis Whitworth and Ruth Kincheloe, were guests of Miss Ar.ue Lee Bishop, of Louisville Satur day and Sunday Messrs. Russell Compton and Lind say Kincheloe were in Louisville Sat urday and Sunday. Financially, socially, humorously, the tacky party given Fr day night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Heard, by the ladies of the Home Miss ion Society, was a great success. Cos tumes, ''ancient and olden" and cos tume modern and strangely comming led adorned maid and matron with strange transtorming effects. the program was in keeping with the occas ion, every number calling forth peels of laughter. The ladies have undertaken to have a cistern put in the parsonage yard and the proceeds of this and future enter tainments will be applied for this pur pose. Marriage licenses: Thos Yertrees and cora Williams, F.dgar Crews and annie Jolly, Lynn Bennett and Lona Kasey, Jim Carter and Anna Dough erty, James LeGrai'd and Mildred K. dams, David Lewis Roberts and Sarah D. Norton, Victor Dooley and Hannah Norton Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Miller, of Kd- dyville, have returned home after a ten days visit to relatives. Judge and Mrs- Milton Board went to Louisville last week, where they will spend the winter with their son, Dr. Miltou Hoard. It vou want to save money in tuning jewelry, call on T. C. Lewis, the old reliable jeweler. ''Bread baking MMMM ' guaranteed if ynu use the Lewisport BEST Flour. " Sold by J. H. Gardner. THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD: 39 years of honorable dealing. Passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. An absolutely Safe Place to do Business. 3 per cent on Tune Deposits EXAMINED APRIL 10-12 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED A No. 1 Have You Read Irving Bachelor's New Book H Keeping Up With Lizzie 9DB 1 a - a . 4sv.. nkfinf m I I sv - . 2 M "I 2 1 I a a i i It is a story about a Luxury Loving Girl who got everybody to wanting automooues ana everyining necause she had them. Everybody got in debt trying to keep up with Lizzie. But she changed to a new Lizzie. Turn your back on the old Liz zie in your town and keep out of debt by paying as you go. Our Drug Store is thteZf& our Keep up With Us IRVINGTON PHARMACY, Irvington, Kentucky Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 emit tier Hup. Please do not send obituaries to tin- News without expecting to pas for the publication kind of matter. V hi T i The Century In 1912 Henry T. Fiuk's paper in the Nov ember number of The Century on "Un gastrcuomic America" la to be follow ed by two others carrying further the discussion of this timely and important subject These later papers will be practical suggestions on multiplying the pleasures of the table anil the fut ure of cooking and eating. Mr. Fink for many years has made a special study of gastronomic subjects. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hennell, etcher and author of note, and well-known ex perts on Whistler, will contribute to an early number of The Century a paper presenting a somewhat neglected phase of activity of the great American point er. The illustrative material will be new to the public. A Texas Wonder. NEW PAPER AT HORSE CAVE BY MR. HANSBR0UGH Harry H Hansbrough, who has been connected wth the Laliue County lli-rald. has gone to Horse Cave to de vote his time on a newspaper for that county. Horse Cave cannot be too grateful tor her new editor. A newspaper is the mirror of a town and what it ie fleets depends entirely on the man at the desk, liuiu-r. Kkk. Tur- U-yh. let-M 'hli'k rus siiU Vat ot ll kluds; .1 Ualiiilik. Wl'i buy uy plsce sod uuy auiouul: c u-.li fur suiue. Wanted! S. H. DAVIS, Hiraed, Kj. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troub les in children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on re ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is.two month's treatment and selc'om fails to perfect a cure. Dr. E W. Hall, 2U26 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. Free Music Offer 150 old time favorite songs. The publishers of Truth are presenting free 1)0 old time favorite songs with words and music complete, songs that touch the ear and recall the tenderest mem ories. A copy of this book, neatly bound in paper cover, eontaining a ver itable treasury of the world's favorite songs will be sent free, postpaid to everv person euding fifteen two cent st amps for a three months' trial sub script ion to Truth, Kifth Avenue New York. popular in New England. The custom, brwever. of having a festival io the fall of the year is as old as history itself. The first Thanksgiving observed in this country was in October 1U21, when the pilgrim fathers Katliered in the first crop. It lasted several days and the. In dians joined in the festival and contrib uted pirt of the game. The "pure food law" is designed by the Governnifnt to protect the nublic from injurious ingredients in both foods a d drugs. It is beneficial both to the public and to the conscientious manu facturer. Kly's Cream Bulm, a success ful remedy for cold in the head, natal catarrh, hay fever, etc., containing no injurious drugs, meets fully the require, meutsof the new law, and that fact is prominently stated on every package It contains none of the injurious drugs whieh are required by the law to be mentioned on the label. Hence you can use it safely. Thanksgiving Nov. 30th. Tl e daj on which the turkey will sut ler this year will be the last day of Nov ember, for iiu that day falls Thanksgiv ing. It is less than forty yeHn ago since the uhaervance of Thanksgiving became general all over the t'uited States. Piioi to tbst time Us obser ance was i Butterbeans Last Week. Ja before the heavy frost last week there were three bushels of beaoi gathered from the garden at Clover Heights, also the late corn was shocked and now the Saterfield family are en joying greer. butterbeans and roasting Fine Tobacco. J. J. Keenan, of Mattingly, was io town Saturday. IU said the tobacco crop, though mall, is fine this year and his amouoted to 10,000 pounds.