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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - July 6, 1910, Connersville, Indiana It my a quot a quot it it few a pity \ la and personal id misday july g. 1910. Nejdat 8 Davit Crawford and family spent e. C. Caldwell and a i Alltia Davis of race horse Fame h from Liberty to Day on 2s8. Anna Hackleman is recon a from a very severe Case of Litis lamp Deidria Ludlow of near Long this afternoon with like City. In Ley of the Nulltown Fri lil ipod is spending to Day in ity is Anna Smith of Nulltown is in Fang friends Here to Ilay. Iii Louis Ludlow sr., of Glenwood ji4d, the City on business to Day. Of the Bimker Hili Vicinity quot was in the City this morn in transacting business and meet a Soine of his countless friends. Charles Thomas of Columbia jew ship has let the contract for a Lew House to Samuel Miller. It will be modern in every respect. Or. And mrs. A d. Florea entertained saturday at their pretty country Home near Harrisburg the following guests who were All cousins of or. Florea. Mrs. Ernest Handley of Chicago mrs. Ira Ayres and mrs. S. M. Conner of Rush Ville mrs. Harry Elliott and son Ralph and wife of Des Moines Iowa. The Elliotts made the trip in their touring s daily. Wheeler Davis living West of town is Here today on business. Mrs. Alice Kinder of Brownsville a As in the City yesterday shopping. ,.mr. And mrs. Waldo Ponce living South West of town Are visit lug the latter s no or mrs. Thomas Jones. Aldwell living Northwest ity is Here today transacting j. Gough and daughter. Of Cambridge City and i of Indianapolis Are Jmc of ?.ir. And mrs. In. Fay s daily. Crusson us Glen fits in the City Liioi Iulg Tod in. Irs. J. T. Vis in came cum i i rom i Flap Seville to Day for a Shorr visit j the Homer Eddy and i Annily. 1 a George Lambert who Brol his sometime ago by falling from a Ibex pile was Abie to be Down a to Day for tiie first time in i even weeks. Mrs. Joseph h. Taylor of Oncak Yankeetown sul Ferod a slight Strole of paralysis yesterday and is severely ill. Her condition however has improved today and it is boxed that she will not in permanently of a acted. George Ludlow of near Yankee town was in the City this Forenoon on business. W. B. Elliott living North West of the City is Here today on business. Walter Lambert of near Raleigh passed through the City yesterday Kon his Way to Laurel on business. See Hackman Heeb s 5c and 10c it counters. Damp a mrs. Howell g. Pyke of Glenwood was in the City today. Davis and Wile of Dunlapsville Are visiting Arthur Johnston and wife to Day. James Allison and wife of Orange Are guests of relatives in the City los Republican Congress gets bids and does its now distr Eliteo saturdays daily. Or. And mrs. Mac Sims will visit relatives at Everton sunday Antl monday. James Harlan and wife Are visiting mrs. Harlan s brother Perry Lambert at Everton. Cecil rigor of North Dakota is Here on a visit at the Home of his father olm Jii Gor of Everton and is renewing old acquaintances. Quot is Lim Loktu Livix mrs. Mullie a Cibau a. Get tiss miss., writes that Khu Lead a Svere Case of kidney incl Bhui der trouble and that four bottles of Foley s kidney Kennedy cured her sound and a Well. She bad tried so Vei al Ulun kidney medicines and bad treated for three must lis by in Litsi cans but got no Benefit until sue took Foley s kidney Hennedy. And she closes her Letton by saying "1 heartily recommend Foley s kidney remedy to any sufferer of kidney disease. It saved my life quot Foley s kidney remedy will cure any Case of kidney and bladder trouble not beyond the reach of Medicine. No Medicine can do More. S. 0. Mckeowan amp son. Built As usual on Assumption that majority would Blunder a passage of statehood Railroad Tariff commission and postal savings Banks Bills give people cause for gratification. Washington. June 23. A political writers and observers arc agreed Liat democratic chances for carrying the next National House of representatives have gone glimmering. The usual Spring variety of democratic Hope has been noted this year. Self constituted leaders of the democratic party have talked a lot of democratic party prospects for Victory in 1910 in the congressional elections. But whatever reason there May have been for democrats to build on has been frittered away during the present session by the democrats themselves and has been dissipated by the Wise and progressive action of a United Republican majority. President Taft has been assured not Only that his progressive legislation is approved by the Republican rank and file but he has been shown that his party in Congress is determined to give him a Republican congressional for the last two years of his term in order that he May be enabled to continue to carry out the Republican pledges of ipos and put in Law the Roosevelt in lilies. One of the reliable and Well known Washiington correspondents Points out Liat Trio Railroad Bill has been signed and that As finally this Meas to re carried iii a ini Iod re jiul lican a up pert and was f i tim is d by Den crafts Only. Tiie amended Bill is a Treni ii Doris i r Terai a Nii dealing an i adept ate regulation. It will thu pro Ieni of Keeiling rats within Lea snip. is destined to Berume Ohio of the achieve niemits of a Biu a Woi Kinski adn Sinisi rat ion. T under till Law no freight a ate can be Cli Aisig al until it has been l Liy ail . It is i big eke Elt Lall rhe i ii. For ton that ill al quot Iro ria ion of a i d of ii inv or like Tariff Cut it i i i it in in a i a iritts is a to it if no vie by i or he s of Analili i i Itei tion. I n it quot or or its gon a n to be he with this and other Imit wait i ult. It Weinly attained let a the a mine a Trees of i a Iopu Huynn naj rii. Nav or i i a i in la who a. Eagle ii Liy by Pri Sidi it the other Day Aad f toned to Nii Ike the for if and new Mexico let ill is being congratulated of till fact thai tile Heve Ridic Lull a. Pass a and has a civ into in once More it has been pro d that Indiana a Nior senator is in excellent staudi in at us Hiie House and that he is a pot iii Ferrn in a uting Legin Latium liar Cugh. Ravings batiks Lea ii Lisi iou is being with All Speed and an Early nine it of the Congress will la it Piave after i record of Gnu a i. Ai iii elements Louir lines Congo semen Are preparing to up this week. Tiei Iliou is being called to the in Deu iai be fact that the Tariff Bill at the so Vecial session is i producing revenues in a most satisfactory Quinner. The Law never has been attacked a Revenue producer. There have Becuti and Are differences of opinion As to in qualities in schedules in tie new Tariff Law. On this subject i resident Taft very frankly says the Bill was the Best be could get Tuider the circuit stance and Points to Bis Tariff Board and to the Nuney allowed for its use. Pledging his o proc cd diligently with the gather Nii of facts which shall enlighten con or it s As to what lai Iff schedule . Shall be made to . The . .i Ltd All a quot to is i Tomisi in that Buk Inis is ii it tie Disi fuhed i ii at ors a. Arrive Ai in a pro ier Way. This is i ass urls to it All Ile ii eople. Risi i iii Taft. Rhrou a his Lariff Board Ani . Which As sures Houmu reial din a i iii ii. Has i iii it d in i Point ii ought 1 y i progressive i baits during the Tariff Annunz its Rainel the As Surat ice tha. The re will be no i Djion i in of the Tariff uneasiness Imd i urns trial Usu i st Bont in per notice. The Jiro Iiri solves worked to Proda tar it 1 11 As Genrl e.icibl, a is simile. In Ordi r Thiu it i Saiid and in Viars i bout causing Agi iii quot for a new Law. The iii w Law under Ibe and minimum clause and a Vii ten Lar l Iff Board .i\-e, can to . Porti by Patt Aid iii ret try iii eci. Of in de-1 mands of Faldyn , and All this without Coni i Sidon al or debate. J latest picture of sex vice president Fairbanks As he appears today. Quot the Public Man in private life quot is a phrase recently used in speaking of Charles Warren Fairbanks who is living quietly at his Home in Indianapolis. The former vice president of the United states just returned from a tour of the world is doing some writing on timely topics greeting friends from afar who visit him and making occasional Public addresses. One of the subjects frequently used by or. Fairbanks before religious bodies is the work of the american y. C. A. In foreign Fields As he saw it. Or. Fairbanks has met More rulers of nations than any other living american. At this time there is Mueh talk of or. Fairbanks As the Tirolia Blo successor to ambassador Ali Sielaw Reid at. The court of st. Lames. A is whispered that the Indiana Man May deed to accept the or that the Olianne is to come be Ore s rage Leo to defeat John land tells How Bosses had fight Bee causes revolt All Fig it democratic Turmo in Vigo county gives Hope to republicans. Terre Ihui ind. Comity the if i Dis no i u up Aida Pintily. Publican a the a i Serio is a. The i id r Fairi us i d Lune a \ Igo Lepul liens. �1 is cleaning Ari the Taggart let Hostiles abuse his foe in convention and so lost hold on delegates at critical Point will he let Toga get away at last Indianapolis june 23. A John e. Lamb of terms haute formerly mechanician and chauffeur quot in the Tom Taggart political touring far has been in new York City. Wildle there he was interviewed on Indiana politics. Or. Lamb predicts an Over Heimin i democratic Victory in Indiana this year. He has pro Hesiod before Many times the same want. Or. Lamb is most interesting when he talks of Crawford Fairbanks Thomas Taggart and the democratic state convention where the Taggart crowd hissed or. Lamb for nearly five minutes and where or. Lamb declares Thomas Taggart missed his great Chance for the senatorial nomination by permitting the serpents to have their Way. Or. Lamb says quot Tom Taggart is a very smart Man a kindly and a lovable fellow. He As a Rule can see a Point in a Flash and can take advantage of it. But he permitted his angry passions to get Way with him and lost his Bead in that convention. When we went into they had me beaten and Tom would certainly have been the nominee. Quot i knew the Only Way to switch things was to get them roiled up. I wanted the country delegates to see How the gang of the Boss acted up. Well they surely acted up. They hissed me for four and a half tui suites it one it Rete. It was music to tiny ears. Now if at that time in his visual fairness.  l"a-4arl bad Monand his chair and Onsi t,.i upon Niv r a. a Man s t realm i the a. Ii. Havi Ine Ham Sirunik. I it h p Fuci Irbid ii feeling to get Nwa it with his a i a i a nature and Ludg lieut. Tivey c d in heir Einoris to yell be Down i fore a \ got is iii j ii i Haci them at my narc i la a quot a ii Mhz Gay Ali our thirty Vot s. In would liar Able to a i ii id of e for 5 xvii la food for invalids and children. By Edith g. Charlton in charge of Domestic Economy Iowa state College. Copyright 1910. By american press association. The chief diff Renee Between cooking for the sick and for those in Good health is that the sick person must Bave Bis food properly i rei ared and the of i i o is j perfectly Weil ought to have it proper i by prepared. Oil is a Case of Neces sity in order to regain health the other is a Case of i prevention to Ward olt a sickness. There is no Medicine More j important and powerful than the right kind of food cooked and served in the Best Way to make it easy of digestion and nutritious. Since this is True forms and flavors then the patient will probably weary of Tybera. Perhaps refuse to eat them. Fortunate is the woman who knows How to prepare simple foods attractively making old appear As new acquaintances. But there Are certain quot a Don to quot that must be when cooking tor the sick. Don t give an invalid or Little child Fried food of any kind. It is hard to digest and the digestive organs of both sick people and children Are weak. Don t include pork in the invalid s Bill of fare. A Little Crisp Bacon or Bacon Gravy May be allowed occasionally. Don t serve highly seasoned food. The sense of taste is Gene Nilly very keen in sickness and the natural seasoning of food is often enough. Besides spices May weaken by to digestive glands. Do not use j Epper. Mustard or Rinegar i int Salt up iii ugly. Don t boil eggs for either invalids or children. Ways Cook Beni in water which has not it site readied the boiling Point. Don t Cook milk directly Over the fire it is almost sure to Burn. Even if it does not. Nulk should not be boiled for the same reason that an egg quot should not. Boiling temperature makes the albumen Tough and indigestible. Don t Cook Cream soups or boiled custards directly Over the fire. Use a there is no part of nursing More important than that of preparing the in j double boiler to keep the temperature valid s meals. Selecting and cooking below boiling. Meals for one who has Little appetite Don t serve insufficiently cooked be i mean More than choosing certain no reals. Rice Oatmeal and cornstarch Tritous foods and cooking them Well. Should be cooked for a Long time Over they mean the proper food i hot water. Liliee requires about two to the patient in such an attractive Way that an appetite will be awaken i de and there will be a desire to oat. 1 it is essential then that special care i be taken in arranging the patient s i tray. A Slek person is unusually san Silve to details. Little things which hours and Oatmeal at least four hours steam cooking. Don t serve Fried potatoes. When they Are allowed they Are much better baked because they Are More quickly in that form. Don t serve cheese and Don t Cook i possibly would pass unnoticed by the j butter tou Long. In making Cream j person in Normal health May Caust act soups add the butter just before serv a Tual to the one _ ing. I by disease. The Ray a Bonk always i be covered with a ele i Cluth. The smallest stain or a rumpled appear Ance May take away the patient s de sire for the f Good. The Iruh or. Thin i nest China and ulass. The Bri ibid st Silver so Giuld lie it ent to the sic Kruesi. Triese in themselves Avi l a it Peu to the oyo thus Aid Diu it s inn. I til quot a quot 1 should be served in All qua Artie cd by c Birsit is i�.�. a Lehr of i Triy d speaking of chances. One ii Nii hieratic editor complains that quot reiteration of the Kern s against buivids quot has Bei ii quot i Rumije up quot by to quot injure or. Kern s chances. Quot if a reiteration quot is quot Troni de what about the original Chargi a sur a or. Kuni did not quot Truini up quot the Hilior Alie actions la car is he did a the 11-vention. Assuredly relaxed. What is to from taking the a i Viding Lisenio crafts Earry Ture. The Man who a Jority of stated. Icui-.t-, caucus . Who kno it 1� 1 i Ltd a i i i a i Sisu iii a ters. 1 made against up. And speaking of quot he Airees quot who said i in. Kern Ever had any quot chalices ? Larivier prospers with Many on win a cur u. I Beli Ings of food Are served to away the Jpe Ite Leforc kit has farted a niouthiul., i Well idled tray May be Gratl Yin it Vale min bag ill iii san ii food Vas tto lion id. Lur As a Rule it is . Anim st teen ery . Ivy Ore takin., the tray tiie a Ai Long delayed Good times have 4. A. To. Of. A Good reasons a for tafts a a come to american Tiller of soil Trio Farni m in All Lien the my Ului i All pay it sure order us .it lie . A quot a to. I a few i luf. irid fio Ewi i nurse s care of herself. The unman win is acting As nurse in her imme is very Apt to leg Leet herself. It May i Bard for her to do it Atli Serwise especially if there Are other de Nianios on her time and strength the patient needs eos tacit care , it is Etc ii Ketive Tomt the Persy Olio is Cai ini fur Hirn should he relieved quot of i Lucr doilies Atul rest his Recd i by dem kids this for the Nurs it s mental and physical Jii iii tion has often a marked Elti it lii. Patient. If in it nurse is tired i it a has been to in wit limits iii quot a i sleep fur sacral , Slu is nut i t by ii it be herself to u ii be easily exc id l perhaps irr ital Imil utterly tift to her bested 1 to. Ber t.tsi�. A fhe a ibid re Guiar hic a sleep Walic Lier rest will Fie a ii a Fer at a ii h .s Dut a it e s j to Emiry four. Tien a Short times i it he al wed quot very Day for out i a Eise. I Eris Kintly to a t 1�" in e. Ten a pm la ventilated Sie Kroen. Some tells Lui Evi a Ridi ust health. Alien ii iii did a quot a so ,, Tichun . Eaily i i i quot Ltd de fond at Reir ular be cars s into t lie i is to Riding lie a Ami Kee Jiing be i the ii us la wild i no Cru k i. A i often 1. Fust by cause of a h 1 a -1 a Iliili should Fie by of the i in. A i e the Good least Lio quot to in a. Shemild Wear of o a i ii i via Halde dress Eie a s ios and if the die Isi s As a feel Olis ii a by Giuld been i. I Lier hands time she it to a patient. L nurse.-. A very Ladr iia it Ioam to ii be i f ili it a Ife eting and u.sin-. prec ii i men 10 prevent further de Elon men of in. Disease quot i Erms. But ria. sometimes a quot old it Bari to to tie per Ali How very i powerful Ami Onaiti Osire . A minute germs it is net at All necessary the Home nurse in be versed in drugs Ami medicines nor Bouhl Suje be Reou Irea j to Jait on complicated Balas is in a l Are tire i As it it a administer tri it a neats a i a Diirr j a and expel Renee. La sue ii May ers will his r i in quot be Damp p and e i to a. In 4. A. To. Of. A Good reasons a for tafts a a Trio Farni m in All Lien the my Ului i All pay it sure order us .it lie . A quot a to. I a few i luf. irid fio Ewi i Damp p and e i to a. In 1 am e i a e 1 i i i a ,-,?ion i quot lae Olia and a has my a j trav i a D it Are Uli Icil l be a ease de a hits to re Uri a n d a v la . A e a d e a coaures.-. 1 la ial Lilied the a 1 hid be t a Elf. T i i j-,.i quot. �?�1� up Dae Slif i let car y. 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De a m�o1 1 but cd Are Chi the Demock ats of Pennsylvania Luo pose to Mai let a Campaign of the so Gau quot honesty in it is a Joity the notorious misconduct of i the democratic legislature of 1s>09 makes it impossible for Indiana dem a of crafts to adopt a similar slogan. Is or Kern s senatorial nominal of to be considered in the nature of a Price paid for or. Kern s Snen cot has. U. A i a u will Mil i Cecii . It has. A tac Congress we. To v. Deana its first i in has done Wilai it .Imiad the to Ide to do and the party has a ii Ood Revoid 10 Talie to the people in the coming elections. A president w. Ii. Tan. Ltd c i .-01 iai o Mia i a Armer a i and Are. 1 Are and in will get Siili Moi a. It would he impose Laie to inv a Usi How much tii it income of till Farmer bad increased during the past years but the sum la enormous running into the thousands of millions a Arthur Brisbane. A i i or i it i quot in. de of v. S. I a the . Aad i., a Bew Tivey direct him ser i live a bit of a by Garding Refije quot a quot ier a Olliee Ell quot Neicia in Atni Liela or i Terent a Sai Ai re. Of tile Aii it a be l. Adelialde i quot. Relates a is a Ruael i Deal Ltd quot aim. T lbs a i a it. A or. A Siri Jusi or if tie ,1 r i iii i Oil d 11" ski ted a . A her ild i it Ioas quot1 Aone authority but Mere is Liege vary than fond if the child is to level of. Properly. He must Bave fresh buit Ible nutrition and Lucieo to live be she wife Moil or. Daughter or pre As a Young child should free from session al does not know he to serve care with nothing to nerves or eggs in a variety of ways Bow even prevent the proper development of beef Tea and Truels May be Given new body and mind As tif Carly Uku a Youn animal As possible. Serving the same food Iris it often attempted by the doctor. If the Nierse

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