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Wo Iiavo a number
dilleront stvlcs of
abouts. The wheel
these vehicles uro nintlc of .elected white hickoy;
the painting in done by the best and most skilled
workman, u'mg tho bet material. Wo have
them in all colors. We carry this vehicle in
Stick, Panel and Twin Auto seat, Hub
her and Steel tire.. Price $35 to
R. B. G, Blue Ribbon Lawn Mowers $2,25 to SIO 00
White Mountain Freezers $1.25 to $3.25
These buiiiej aro trim
med in ucnuino leather, 50
inch bodies full length
carpets: padded wine dash:
four scat rods and A grado throughout; wo have
these buggies In plain seats and tops, two-in.
one with plain tops and two-in-ono twin Auto
punol scats with Auto tops, mado out of the
best Auto Cloth on tho market. Wc also carry
them in steel tires, standard. shaped and cushion
rubber. Tho rubber used in these tires is tho
famous Kolley Springfield make, tho best rub
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Prices $37.50 to .... OlUU
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Each cnt is made of best yellow poplar, patent
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upholstering genuino leather; all wool, blue or
green broadcloth; painting gear, hronzo green
Carmino stripe; body elegantly finished; leather
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to suit 3'our pocket book.
Complete Line llaidwart, Farm Implements
Oil Stove, Refrigerators all sizes, Ice
Cream Freezers, Furniture, Paints and Oils,
rho famous Mastic paint, tho paint used by all
first-class painters and railroad?.
Window Screen; Black. ire Cloth
24 in. 9c per yaid 20 in. 10c per yard
28 in. lie per yiud 30 in. 12c per yard
32 in. 13c per yiud 34 in. He per yard
35 in. 15c per ynrtl.
Everything that goe.- into the hiilding of a
house. Estimates furnished
Irvlngton Hardware and Implement Co, iRVIgTN
Graham Polk lost one of his fine horses
last week wilh locked bowels. The vet
erinarian from Lewisport was called hut
got here too late to save it.
Rev. II. C. Powell filled his regular
appointment nt the M. 12. chureh Sun
day. Mothers' Day will be held tit the Bap
tist church the second Sunday in June.
Richard Parish is spending his vaca
tion with his p-ireuts.
Jesse Couia left last week for Danville,
Ind., where tie will attend school this
summer. He was accompanied by Floyd
Wheeler, of Koine.
Several from here ntteuded the High
School commencement at Cauneltor
Prof. S. 11. Groom left Sunday for Ft.
Wayne where he has a position in the
Miss Veva Winchell wasnt Cannelton
France Leaf, of Moweaqua, III., who
has been visitiug his aged mother, Mrs.
Nancy Leaf, returned home Monday.
Owen Winchell spent Sunday with
Theie was quite a crowd attended the
moving picture show which laid at our
landing Thursday night.
Turner Weatherhult and wife are vi
king his btoUiers, Hugh and Harold
Wants Other Women to Know
How She Was Finally
Restored to Health.
1 ji5 jjfK
There never was a time when people
app-eciated the real merits of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy more than now.
This is shown by the increase in sales
and voluntary testimonials from per
sons who have been cured by it If
you or your ch'ldren are troubled with
a cough or cold give it a trial and be
come acquainted with its good qualities.
For sale by all dealers.
Louisiana, Mo. : "I think a worryin
naturally dislikes to make her troubles
known to the public,
but complete restor
ation tohealth means
so much to me that
I cannot keep from
telling mine for tho
sake of other suffer
"I had been sick
about twelve years,
and had eleven doc
tors. I had drag
ging down pains,
pains at monthly periods, bilious spells,
and was getting worse all the time. I
would hardly get over one spell when I
would be sick again. No tongue can tell
what I suffered from cramps, and at
times I could hardly walk. The doctors
said I might die at one of those times,
but I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound nnd got better right away.
Your valuable medicine is worth more
than mountains of gold to suffering wo
men." Mrs. BERTHA Muff, 503 N. 4th
Street, Louisiana, Mo.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drutrs.
and to-day holds the record of being the
most successful remedy for female ills we
know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on file in the Pinkham
laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to prove
If you want special advice write to
Lydia .IMiikham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woninu and held in strict coulldcuce.
Mrs. A. 15. Cashman and Miss Llss
Cashman were in Stephensport shopping
Lelah Belle and Nettie Dutschke re
turned last Thursday from an extend
ed visit to relatives near Lodiburg.
Mrs. Aubrey Hickerson is very ill of
Roy Bassett, Herbert Kroush and
Ivan Jolly were in Frymire Sunday.
Miss Nell Cashman was painfully but
not seriously poisoned about the face
by poison ivy last week.
Roy Bassett had a delightful croquet
party last Saturday afternoon.
Buhrman Dcwell is expected home
this week from Valparaiso, where he
has teen attending school.
Moorman Ditto has withdrawn his
application for this school. It is rumor
ed that Horace McCoy will get it.
Miss Nannie Hall is in Stephensport
visiting her aunt. Mrs. Rolnnd Smith.
Saxton Dutschke is talking of having
another moonlight picnic next month.
He had two successful ones last year
and we hope he will have one soon.
Watch for the bills.
Robert Guckeby, of Rome, was the
guest of Mrs. Nancy Cart last Monday
LETTER SIX YEARS LATE.
Girl's Acceptance of Proposal Goes
Astray, and Each Weds Another.
Because of the snail-like manner in
which Uncle Sam sometimes deliver'!
mall Mrs. Jauies Wormser Is not the
wife of Cecil C. Morris, both bavin-.'
married since tlint day six years nco
when the present Mrs. Wormser wrote
a letter from hur home at Webster
Springs, W Vn.. nnd accepted the pro
posal of Morris, who resided nt Rives
vllle. W. Vn. The letter was six years
traveling 200 miles. ami when it final
ly reached Morrh it was too late. The
letter was mailed In 1!0(). It reached
Rlvesvllle, Morrh' former home, two
unjs nnor it was mailed, us the post
mark Hliow. Whore the letter has
been all these years cannot bo ascer
tained Suppok-Ins the failure of tho woman
to answer was a rejection of his pro
posal, Morris married another. Tho
woman, believing he had changed his
mind after receiving her acceptance,
also married nuother.
Subscribe Rijrht Now.
Mrs. Nannie Robins has returned
from a two weeks visit to her son, Sam
Robins, of near Lick Run.
Saxton Dutschke was in Hardinsburg
D. B. Lawson, of Hawesville, and
Peyton Canary, Jr., of Ammons, were
the guests of friends in town Sunday.
Mrs. Polly Dutschke, of Lodiburg,
was visiting relatives near Ammons the
first part of last week aud was the
guest of Saxton Dutschke the latter
S. C. Avitt is very ill at present. He
has been gradually getting worse for
a long time.
Julius Slpple and famlly.of Irvlngton,
and Prof. Rufus McCoy and wife, of
Cloverport, were visiting their father,
A. N. McCoy, last week.
sJ2.l)S Louisville and return Accouut
International Order of King's daugh
ter and son. Dates of sale: May 0, 7, 8,
and No. I42 I4O of May 0, 1012. Return
limit, June 4.
$2.9S Louisville aud return, Accouut
General Assembly of Presbyterian
Church in U. S. A. Dates of sale: May
13, 1-1, 15, and trains No. I42 hikI 146 of
May 16,20,21. Return limit, June 4, 1012.
$2 98, Louisville and return, Account
Spring Race Meeting May 11-28, I9I2
Dates of sale: May 10 nnd 11. Return
limit, May 29, 1012. Alao dates of sale,
May lj, I4, 15, 10, 17, 18, I9, 2O, 21, 22,
2.'J, 24, 25, 27, 28. Return limit, two
days after sale.
Hall entertained Satur-
The ladies of the Eastern Star Chap
ter will give uu ice cream and strawber
ry supper iu the Masonic Hall here Sat
urday night, June 1.
Mrs. Roland Watllngton was culled
to the bedside of her brother who was
very ill at Kkron last week.
Mrs. Will Jolly, of Sample, was in
town shopping Saturday.
Dr. Sbively went to Cloverport Satur
day. Mrs. G. W. Payne went to Louisville
Mrs. John Dieckuiau aud Mrs. Wil
liam', of Mystic were guests of Mrs.
IJugene Connor Friday.
Mrs. James Tinius, of Holt, wad iu
town shopping Saturday.
Mis Xfttiuie Hall, of Union Star, is
the guest of her aunt, M s. R. A. Smith.
Hem ietta Sh vely visited Miss Julia
I'ella, of Holt, last week.
Orb Hickerson, near town, is very ill
of typhoid fever.
Rev. Jarboe filled his regularappoint-
metits here Sunday and Sunday night.
Mrs. Julius Sipple, of Irvlngton, pass
ed through town euroute to her home
after beiug the guest of her parents, Mr
aud Mrs. Ad McCoy, of Union Star.
Dr. Shively and family have returned
from Owensboro after speuding two
weeks, the Dr. having his tenant houses
repaired aud Mrs. Shively and daugh
ter visiting their old trieuds.
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Willie Dutschke the 24th nud
left a 10 pound boy, another Republi
can. White slippers at Payne's for ladies
Don't forget to come to the supper
Saturday night and bring some one
Mrs. Julius Dutschke, of
the guest of her son, II. A.
Saturday and Sunday.
Chas. Waggoner was in Cloverport
Saturday on business.
Gordon Payne went to Clovernort
Mrs. O. W. Dowell and son, Clifford
William, returned home from Texas
Sunday morning accompanied by her
sister, Miss Alma Moorman.
Mrs. August Dutschke, of Lodiburg,
and Mrs. Henry Dutschke, of Amnion,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Duts
Miss Mary Uasham was the guest of
Mips Esther Payne Thursday
Mrs. N. G. Barbee visited her daugh
ter, Mrs. A. B. Cashman, and called to
see Mrs. H. Dowell.
Miss Effie Dleckman, of Sample, vis
ited relatives here last week.
See the new Pattern Hats at Mrs. G.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Basham, of New-
Bethel, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Macy
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tin
ius Saturday and Sunday.
Lional Connor was at home Sunday.
Don't forget the 10c counter at G. V
Payne's, the best values ever offered.
START YOUR VACATION FUND
Get ready to have a week of pleasure and lccreation. Every
body needs a change. Be?in this week and start n fund to
take a nice trip this summer or in tho fall. Go to Washington
Atlantic City or New York and get a peep of our Great Country
A Bank Account opens up Opportunities for a good
time and Lays the Stepping stone to a Savings
I THE FARMERS BANK, x Hardinsburg, Ky.
DR. FLOYD GILLIATT
Graduate of Indiana Veterinary College
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
All stock treated for all diseases. Phone in both residence
and ofhee. Oflice in Farmers' Bank Building. Get acquainted
with my profession. All calls answered promptly.
CONTROL YOUR MONEY AND YOU CAN
Learn to save your money and you will have learned one lesson
Of Self control. SilVino-mnnni' -;il fU "-owl
strQiiffthon vnnr n,T&r" '.":" ' u" porvausm,
0-0 ( "VTr P jmuk-u1uuv U1 '""uers or Dusmess. lou
aro not so liable to lumn at conn ufrinn !. ,.., : ."
keep a little cash ahead. Strenuous self-denial saves the first
100 and vet this can in nccnmnlid, i, i. ,
putting awav 10 ..t. H f :.T ""? ",u ' "uows " W
person can tin wtmntanH i,, .,:i.i n.. j w ,umLl ,l
uflTy:.!C" ri'" . Wo invitl
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satisfaction to yourself, to savr vouk moxev.
FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvine-ton. Kv.
J. C PAYNE, Cashier
THE OLD RELIABLE
Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872
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WANTS BIGGER ARMY.
General Carter Urges Increase to Guard
Ill a discussion of tho provisions of
tho liny hill for the rcorgnnlzntlon of
tho military establlshmeut Major Gen
eral William II. Carter, U. S. A., star
tled the members of the committee
with his statements repardinpr the de
fense of the Insular possessions of the
United Stnt es.
General Carter said that nn lucrease
In the army was absolutely necessary
If this country did not care to glvo tip
Its Insular possessions In the Pnclfle
Thousands of trnlned soldiers of Jup
nn are In tho Philippines now, ho said,
aud most of them were sent In there
Immediately after the Ilusso-Jn panose
war. Army olll-crs aro convinced that
their presence Is n inennce to Amer
ican authority, as they tire ready to act
the moment that any accldeut should
cause n realization of the control of
tho United States.
Tho United States Is endeavoring to
control n population of 18,000,000 In
the far east with a force of 14,000 boI
dlers, General Carter Is reported to
havo told tho committee. This forco
tho army believes entirely too small.
Difficulty was experienced In tilling
tho Fifteenth Infantry up to war
strength In preparation for a call to go
to Chlnn becauso of tho scarcity of
men nnd the small number of regi
ments available for servlco in tho
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