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noMB phone ss CUMBERLAND 123 J. J. BARRETTS SONS R INCORPORATED FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 82sl$nst IMcilix Street. M FOR RE-ELECTION FOR COUNTY JUDGE VOTE FOR PC n re 1 .' 1221 W 1 f Gran W. Smith's Son; f AL SMITH, I Funeral Director Carriages Furnished for All 809 W. JEFFERSON STREET, J TELEPHONE 810. hMtttttfttttTttM DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers j BOTH PIIONQS. Cumb. Main 299S-a Horn City 290S ', OLD FORTUNA fBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO. XlfOORPOHATKD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 1 i i riNB WINKS AL. KOLB, 323 West Green Street. t LIQUOHS . . , a 4o.SSSS04S.0SSSS0 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ify. All tb. lata and a.w Style, sad Shapa. eta be found bar. st raaaonabl. price.. Call .nd see u. HERRMANN BROS. mrosTiBS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Di.tlll.ra and Wbol.a.1. tWal Ma la Kiel Bianda of K.a tacky Wblakie, Mpaclally Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLE O IN BONO. 1941. 194 tlXMI 9TSOT. THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer. TELEPHONE CITY J65. WEST MARKET ST. t Proprietor. and Embalmer i Occasions on Short Notice. Mini CHAMPAGNES CIGARS DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 713-715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TslsphssM-Ciak., S. 299s. Noel, City 2J99. BEDDING PLANTS, Geraniums, Roses, Heleotrope, Etc (Cem.tery Work s spaclalty) REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S. FOUIITII AVE. Botb PbJnea 223. SMt. tea boy. mm Mmllai that will araaa. thaaa tot Ula. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEQE 11S W. BnUn, WalarlUa, Ky. CmSveteS by the Xevartaa Brotb.ra. ClualixL SuUallfl. au4 bi.loMt Cauraaa, a. Preparatory DapartiaaaL Lr(. Svlauuln. foui. Well fcaulaaaS Qyu- aaa, Iwai bt.Saraaa, Wa, i W. PRIMARY IIylCOriOIV AXJOUSO S, 1018. He has tried more cases than any other County Judge during a corresponding period' He has always been up with his docket. Eyery case has been tried on the day set if the parties were ready. The true test whether a Judge has done his duty is the opinion of the lawyers. He is indorsed by the Mutt O'Doherty, Ttromas Walsh, A. E. Richards, Morton K. Yonta, Alex. P. Humphrey, Cary B. Taylor, Bennett II. Young, Merit O'Neal, P. J. Corrove, W. 8. Wearing, Hardin Herr, Henry Pirtle, Jas. T. A. Baker, Allen R. Hite, Mark Beanchamp, Walter 8. Lapp, Thoa. E. Hall, H. T. Wilson, Edward P. Humphrey, W. P. Bhonse, Fred. Irlefenbach, Gilbert Burnett, Dallas E. Fnrlong, Edward G. Klemm, Churchill Humphrey, William Furlong, Itavid Honsah, I Ion P. Gardner, John L. Woodburyj . II. O. William, Tj. R. Curtis, T. L. Burnett, J. C. Burnett, John Manly, A. M. Sea, Jr., Titos. A. Barker, Jos. M. Iee, Arthur Benslnger, Joseph Sollnger, W. S. Sanford, HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Pat Week Oeneral News Notes. Memphis has an eneregtic and promising Ladies' Auxiliary. Work to make the coming reunion the greatest ever held here. Emmet Division 2 of Halifax is erecting a hall for Its membership. Divisions and auxiliaries ot Schenectady report steady progress. Between 30,000 and 40,000 at tended the recent annual reunion In Cleveland. In all counties In New Brunswick the order is adding many members to Its ranks. Forty-seven members were Initi ated Into the new division recently organized at Tarentum, Pa. Indianapolis Hibernians have or dered fifty more copies of Irlxh his tory for their parochial schools. Through the efforts of the Ancient Order a great impetus was given the study of Irish history the past year. Mrs. P. H. McNeills, of Indian apolis, reports that she finds lively Interest taken in the study of Irish history. State President Boyle and W. V Cronin, of Memphis, are doing much to build up the Ancient Order in Tennessee. Division 7 has organized an aux iliary at Frostburg. The Maryland State convention will be held there next year. The Hibernian Rifles and Cadets and united divisions of Baltimore will hold their annual Hibernian day celebration August 11. For the study of Irish history Di vision 1 of San Antonio, Texas, do nated St. Mary's parochial school a beautiful gold medal. . Division 22 of Scranton has Its dramatic company, which will give a number of plays for churches and divisions this winter. The Ladies' Auxiliary Coun'y Board wll present a map of Ireland to each Indianapolis parochial school that has taken up the study of Irish history. County President Thomas Welsh will soon start a campaign of exten sion work In Baltimore, where a numbor of juvenile divisions will be organized. National President Regan strongly urges the formation of Juvenile dl vis.ons. His letter should be read with Interest by every member of the order. ' ' Mrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly, National President of the Ladles' Auxiliary, says the year Just ended was a most prosperous one for that splendid or ganization. Two big open meetings, to be hld this fall, are being arranged for by the Connecticut State Board. They will be addrot sed by the national of ficers of both branches. Ten years ago the order had ten divisions in Milwaukee with less than 150 members. These were amalga mated Into one compact body, which now numbers nearly 1,000. Ladles' Auxiliary 7 ot Washington. D. C, was recently delightfully sur prised with the presentation ot a beautiful Irish flag, the occasion being the eighth birthday ot tno organization. Beginning Monday night. Division 8, Division 1, the Ladles' Auxiliary and Division 1 will meet In the order Darned. All should be well at tended, as work for the Phoenix 11111 reunion will be Inaugurated. The County Boari at Syracuse will Inaugurate a grand membership cam paign this fall In which all the divis ions will contest. It will terminate In a grand exemplification, when several nstlonal officers will b present. nOOSIERS TOMORROW. Bill Hlnoh man's Columbus Sen ators close their series here this afternoon and Mike Kelly's Hooslers come tomorrow, expecting revenge for Louisville msklng a clean sweep In the Hoosler capital this pant week. It behooves the Colonels to take advantage of the games with Indianapolis, whom they have de feated twelve out of sixteen this yesr, as three strong team, follow in succession, Kansas City, Minneapolis and Milwaukee, the first named al ways playing a strong gsme here, but quit sgalnat Minneapolis. The scries between Louisville and tbo Utter promises to bs '.he bnrde.t fought ot the year, as It will be either the making or breaking ot Fred Forcht, Jr., Tyler Harnett, William Mb, O. II. Gibson, Clem W. HuggJiu, B. II. Farnsley, Walter E. HulTaker, Frank Patterson, T. R. Cartmell, Paul Blackwood, Jos. G. Sachs, Goodloe O'Neal, Sam. S. Blitz, ' James W. Garrison, . Tj. A. Hickman, II. H. McCullough, Eugene Attkinson, W. H. Wright, Austin Wal4: Logan Rock, Al. M. Marrett, s -, Isaae Sherman, v Archibald B. Young, W. Allen Kinney, Xbas. O, Mlddleton, A. C. Popham, Henry M. Coons, Henry Burnett, W. A. Perry, " .E. Leland Taylor, Chas. S. Grubbs, Randolph H. Main, W. B. Harrison, W. h. Doolaa, "- . Rodman Grubbs, Ernest H. Neuman, John B. Brachey, Benedict Elder, Louis C. Heck, Jr., Albert C. Dick, P. H. Savage, Win. B. Eagles, F. H. Burke, Maurice Horvlts, John C. Boolan, Chas. F. Taylor, P. D. Crawford, Edward Bloomfleld, SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A.. O. H. DIVISION 1. Meets at Falls' City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays. President Thomas W. Tarpy. Vice President Daniel McCarthy, Recording Secretary Walter Cu ick. Financial Secretary Joseph Far relL Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arns Henry McDer- mott. Sentinel John Ktans. DIVISION 2. Meets First Thursday at St. Will iam's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak. President C. J. Ford. Vice President J. J. Sullivan. Recording Secretary Daniel O'Keefe. Financial Secretary John T. Keaney. Treasurer James Welsh. 8ergeant-at-Arms J. Cunning ham. Sentinel Thomas Hannon. , DIVISION 8. Meets First and Third Mondays, Nineteenth and Portland. President Hugh Hourlgan. Vice President John M. Malonsy. Recording Secretary John P. Price. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- ilon, Jr. Treasurer Dan J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arms John J. East Sentinel Thomas Noon. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. . Financial Secretary Thomas J. angan. Recording Secretary John J. arry. Treasurer Patrick Conley. Sergeant-at-Arms Thomas Far- ell. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. -V. M. I. MACKIN COUNCIL, 208. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, S44 North Twenty-sixth. President Frank G. Adams. First Vice President Geo. Thorn ton. Second Vice President John J. Lynn. Financial Secretary A, c. Link. Recording Secretary John . R. Barry. Corresponding Secretary Harry !T. Kibbey. ' Treasurer Sebastian Hnbbuch. Marshal Fred Scholar. Inside Sentinel Lswrence Rapp. Outside 8entlnsl Frank E. Qrat- Minneapolis' pennant chances, this team being picked by many of the critics as a sure pennsnt winner, but those same Judges do not seem to realize that Tannehlll, Hunter and Whalen are not sluggers compared to their predecessors, Cravath, Cly mer and Ferris. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. The Champions further Increased their hold on first place In the Cath olic Baseball League last Sunday by defeating the Shamrocks In a 8 to 0 game, while the Kentucky Oaks' de teat of the Spring Banks still further helped the lesders. The rapid de velopment of the boys In this league U evidenced by the Increase ot their number in the semi-professional teams. Hon. "Cack" Barrett offU, dated as umpire In the Shamrook Champlons games, while Messrs. Lally, Harper and Mulligan acted In the others. The schedule for to morrow: Bruins vs. Champions, Spring Bank vs. Hepburn, Kentucky Oaks vs. Shamrocks, Athletics vs. Cadets. Sti&dlng to date: W. L. Pet. Champions 10 4 .714 Spring Banks 8 5 .61 K.Dtucky Usks H S ..7l Bruins 7 7 . 500 Shamrock 6 7 .462 Hepburss 5 7 .417 Cadets 5 8 .385 AtbUtlcs 4 9 .308 Tobacco brown Is favored clothes manufacturers for fall. by Fall bats will be small and medium shspes, with soft drsped cro"i f-! fact.. lawyers. A. J. Blzot, J. J. Kavanagh, Simon Sapiniiky, Will Heldenberg, W. O. Harris, Marion Rlpy, "Samuel G. Tate, Charles Hay, A. W. Dorsey, David R, Caatleman, John C. Tate, William Jarvis, Mace Iileber, Jacob Solinger, D. A. Sachs, II. J. Graham, William -McDonogh, Frank Coyle, W'm. T. McNally, Richard Elder, W. B. Dixon, ,W. B. Thomas. IRELAND. Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Vl The death has taken place at Swinford of Mrs. Mary Freaney at the age of 102 years. Mrs. Margaret McNance, of Fork hill, Is active mentally and physically at the great age of 105. The Rev. J. Kelly, of New Ross, nephew of the Most Rev. Dr. Kelly, who succeeded the late Cardinal Moran, Melbourne, is about to leave for the New Zealand mission. - At the annual meeting of the Westmeath County Council J. P. Dowdall was unanimously re-elected Chairman for the ensuing year, and J. J. Coen, J. P., ot Athlone, Vice Chairman. St. Columba's day was celebrated by the Catholics of Derry with all solemnity In the Long Tower church, where mass has never ceased to be offered since the saint officiated there In 544. At the weekly meeting of the Strabane Board of Guardians W. J. Craig, Relieving Officer, was unan imously appointed Master ot the Workhouse In room of R. J. Craig, resigned. He was the only applicant for the position. k The wife of a farmer named Thomas Brunt Derry, ot Kllsberry, was savagely bitten on the cheek by a mare when going to attend a sick foal In the stable. The injured woman is progressing favorably under medical treatment. A verdict of death due to heart failure was returned at an InqueBt at Galway on Moses Fltzpatrick. age slxty-elx, a native of Arklow, who fell Into the water while engaged as a fishery instructor on a Congested Districts Board craft. The women of the united parishes of Kilteely and Dromkeen have pre sented Very Rev. John Canon Power, on his recent appointment as a canon of the diocese of Cashel and Emly, with a set of canonicals and an illuminated address. The death of T. J. O'Connell, a popular trader and contractor, 1s much regretted in Abbeyfeale. His funeral, was of - extremely large dimensions. Mr. O'Connell was n "suspect" for several months during (he Forster regime in the early 'eighties. At the annual meeting of the Queen's County Council, John Byrne, Vice Chairman, was elected Chairman of that body for the ensu ing year. At the same meeting Arthur Hume was co-opted as mem ber to fill the vacancy caused by the death of P. A, Meehan. Very great regret Is felt in Bally mahon at the departure of the Rev. Francis Cahlll, who has been pro moted to tne pastoral charge ot Abheylara. Father Cahlll ministered st Ballymahon for fourteen years. He is replaced by Father McCabe. St, Mel's College, Longford. In the Church of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary. Caatlebar. in the ores- ence ot a large attendance of clergy and laity, the Most Rev. Dr. Hlgglns. auxiliary .Bishop of Tuara. raised to the dignity of priesthood Rev. Laur ence Lyons, late Prefect of St. Jarlath'a College, Tuam, and son of James Lyons. Ballyhaunls. The death occurred at the Fran ciscan Friary, - Waterford, ot the ev. Edward B. Fltsmaurice. a F. M. He was born. In .Waterford In 1848, and was ordslned in 1871 at St. Isidore's, Rome. He labored zealously on the mission at Drog beda, Waterford, Limerick and Clon mel. and about three years ago he returned to his native city to take up the Guardianship. SACRED HEART RETREAT. The Rev. Julian Boyls, C. P., untl. recently In charge of the Holy Cross psstorste, an adjunct of Holy Cross Pssslonist Monastery at Cincinnati, has been appointed to new duties here st the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg rosd. UNIQUE AFFAIR. The festival and datartlva Ann tan tO be held On flt. William'. h,t...h E'outids, Thirteenth and Oak streets, Angust II and IS, proml.es to be unique and Intere.tlng. Father ueorge connor and tb. people are miking every preparation for this event, which will doubtless prove the most largely attended and successful Held in that parish. Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. ICY. SPECIAL BREW Is Excellent and Pure. Approved by every one who has tried it. Telephone 452, SENN Si ACKERM AN BREWING COMPANY. INOOHPORATKD. ' LOUISVILLE. SYe Cumb. Phone West 191 WIEDEMANN nrcoaroaaTSD BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars snd cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent flase Q RUBER A DEUSER, FALLS CITY (rwcoaPd2a"D) Broadway and Ar Brewing: and Bottling: Beer a Case for Your Home. s. TELEPHONES: Horns 76717672, Cumb. WssTK?. SALVATOR (Dark) JOHN E. a M W JL VVALI fcJXO H m. W V afkaes m 508, 510 and 512 TELEPHONE 209 NOW SOLD OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ORDER A CASE JOHN F. OERTEL" CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY. Special Notice to Altar Societies , We have on hand a large and vex- elusive line of Altar. Alb and Sur plice Laces. We have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month. If you are think ing of purchasing the above soon. It will par you to look over our stock at once. Judging from the past 6ales of these laces we know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display. We also carry a full line of materials and findings for making and repairing vestments. Write for Samples. ROGERS Church Goods Company 418 W. JEEFERSON ST. Oldfat Kentucky Horn, oi Church GoocU SIMPLY CHARMING AND BO VUKY CliAF icn MILES FOR 1 Cn lUU 50 CENTS lUU On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat. foot of Third street, every Sunday at I a m., goes about seventy-five miles up the beautiful Ohio, where she meets the -return host, arriving home about 1 p. m. ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson HeBOSSESON Funeral Directors . and Embalmers. mo VltllH AVKNUU Tefeeaeas 1021. Home Phone 191 Managers, Louisville, Ky. BREWING CO. Thirty - Hrst Street. Especially tot Family Use. Order LIFE SAVER (Light) n m a r m w i CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE. KT. IN BOTTLES. FOR YOUR HOME. . THE 2 FAVORITES of Lsalivllle's Particular Smoker TARPY SPECIAL 10c Clzar LITTLE A. J. 5c Clear Tb. cigars wlthont an equal In quality and flavor. Homa-mad. Union-made and tb. best-mad. for the money. For sal. at all disp.ni.r of smokers. T. W. TARPY a CO. MAKERS SEVENTH ST.. NEAR MARKET MONUMENTS We have Just received five car loads of Monuments ranging price from $75.00 to $200.00 and which we can five at a bargain. Before purchasing please give em a call at our warerooms, 318-320 West Oreen St, New Muldtion Monument Cs. C.B.THOMPSON W-ONL.Y ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty. Floral Designs. 632 FOURTH AVENU1. a.tb T.l.pb.aa. lose. All erd.is rac.lv. prompt sttsatWe. ad aatUfactloo tTiaran tead. if A Delightful SmolXc PHONB CITY 2110 FOR , CLKOPATUA 10- GOMDOLA A Ii. DOMEOIC 235 8. Clay Street, i 1 '1