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Mr; . i
THE BIG STORE
BIG CLEARANCE SALE
Is On and Creating the Wildest Enthusiasm
People are coming by the thousands.
We are cutting prices right and left.
Come and get your share.
THE BIG STORE,
MILTON H. MARBLKSTONC CO.
424 WfrtMirk St'
For Your Furniture Wants!
I WANT YOUR TRADE.
My stocks are the largest, my prices
the lowest, and my terms the best.
425, 427 and 429 East Market Street
We bave a large and comprehensive assortment of
beautiful pieces ia Solid Silver aad Sheffield Plate,
embracing; Tableware of many desisa, Candelabra.
Silver Service, etc,
K. of C. Emblems
In pint, charms, buttons. Gold and silver novelties dia
mond and other precious stones in beautiful settings,
S. E. LEDMAN & SON,
410 West Market St
"Yoa Can Relv on Ledmnn."
Until Saturday, January 25
In Which to Join the
So great was the rush during the last few
davs that we feel that many more would
like to come in, and so have decided to
extend the time ten days; until Saturday,
January 25, inclusive. Over 11,000 already
in. "Make hay while the sun shines."
Make small weekly deposit for 50 weeks
and get it all back, with interest, two weeks
before Christmas. Seven classes; join any
one or all of them; in your own name or for
anybody else. Bring or MAIL the first
week's payment and become a member. ,
Bank open for this business until 5
p. m. daily and until 7 p. m. Saturday.
and Trust Co.
Fifth and Court Place.
You pay 80c the first week, 4c
the second week, and ao on. At
the end of 60 weeks you get back
$12.75, with interest added.
You pay $1 the first week, 98c
the second week, and ao on. At
the end of 50 weeks you get back
$25.50, with Interest added.
. Classes 5 and 5 A
You pay Ec the first week, 10c
the second week, and ao on; or
$2.50 the first week, $2.45 the
second week, and ao on. At the
end of 50 week! you get back
$63.75, with Interest added.
You pay $1 a week for 60 weeks
and get back $50, with interest
W (Set. Matin
230 Niahte Son. Mat.
nra,, V Lower Floor. , . . fSOc
) llalcony . . . .3 5c, 22e
STARTING MATINEE SUNDAY
ED. W. ROWLAND and EDWIN CLIFFORD (Inc.) OFFER
A PLAY OF
By EDWARD E. ROSE.
Like the Poem and the Song, It Will Live Forever
NEXT WEEK THE THIEF.
What They Have Been Doing
the Past Week Jenerl
THERE IS A REASON FOR IT
The great popularity and demand x
for the celebrated
is due entirely to its great effici- X
ency, durability and great saving x
quality. Sold on easy payments
and connected free.
GEHER & SON
215 Market St, near Second.
A n h
This Damp, Cool Weather, the Beginning of Winter
BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM
BUT A FEW DOSES OF
Kampfmueller's RHEUMflTIG Remedy
Quickly Relieves It. Sold by All Druggists.
Made by the KAMPFMUELLER MFG. CO.,Louisville, Ky.
'M. J. IANN0N.
Pres. 4 Mgr.
P. IANN0N. JR..
Vlot-Prti. and Trsas.
L J. VKNiKAN.
Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co.
VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK
For Streets and Roadways
Office 528 West Jefferson Strict
- TELEPHONE 573
Works, Magnolia Ave. Bet. Sth aitJ r tb
TELEPHONE 1252 .
When You Want To Talk LONG DISTANCE
THE HOME TELEPHONE
Offers the Best Service at the Lowest Rates
To all important citirs and towns in INDIANA AND KENTUCKY and other
points. Call Long Distant- Operator tor information concerning ratts.
LARGEST LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.
Division 1 meets Tuesday night,
when work for the next few months
will be outlined.
Our endowment fund for the
Catholic Church Extension Society
now amounts to $38,000.
Many divisions and auxiliaries In
the Eastern cities are holding joint
installations. They have been most
Division 3 meets next Monday
night, and as the business will Be of
Interest to every member it Is hoped
their will be a full attendance.
The ' division and auxiliary at
Clinton, N. Y., presented the new
St. Mary's church one of Us most
beautiful stained glass windows.
ThA tlmo has arrived when a can
vass should be made for candidates.
With a united effort the membership
in Louisville could easily be doubled.
Tho hull van crowded to the doors
to hear the forcible address of Na-
tlnnol President Rpenn at the loint
Installation of the divisions In Min
The Ladies' Auxiliary of South
Amaho will tin entertained Monday
night in St. Mary's Hall, three prom
inent women ot tne city oeing xne
The Ladies' Auxiliary of New
Orleans installed Its officers last
week in McMahon Hall, for which a
verv Interesting programme had
President Tom .Tarpey will an
nounce the standing committees for
I Division 1 at the meeting Tuesday
night. He requests that all members
itry to be present.
I Tko Hlhernlan Kniehta of NftW
(York City, under comamnd of Capt.
James Mcuuire, promise iu uocuum
one of the leading military organiza
tions of the metropolis.
The Ladies' Auxiliary at St. Cloud,
winn nresented Mlsa Anna Ken-
'nedy, who had been President eleven
i years, a beautiful mirror in remem
brance of her splendid woric.
The divisions and auxiliaries of
Columbus, Ohio, will publicly install
their officers. County President
Dunlgan has arranged for the great
est turnout yet made there.
Division 2 will have a gala night
February 6. Following the installa
tion of officers there will be a
spread and social session In honor of
the county officers and visitors that
all will enjoy
The year 1913 promises to be a
banner one for the Ancient Order In
Portland, Ore. The divisions there
have acquired a well located lot, on
which they will erect a building that
will accommodate their future
growth. I !
AFTER FORTY-8EVEX YEARS.
After a service of forty-seven
years as a faithful and beloved
In the Louisville VUbliC
schools, twenty years of which shs
was Principal or the myser avenue,
now the Benjamin Franklin school.
Miss Margaret Sweeney has resigned
her position and will go to Cali
fornia to spend the remainder of
the winter. During her career as a
teacher in the Louisville scnoois
Miss Sweeney taught many ot our
most prominent business men. Prof.
r o Holland. Superintendent of
Schools, said that her withdraw!
from the teaching lorce was re
gretted by himself and the Board of
DR. J. T. CHAWK
713-715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET
TMMkMM-Cunk., t Ills. Hoes. City till. X
El CHUB AND LOTTO.
The ladies of the Holy Name" con-
.....tlnn In South LoUiSVille
'uounce another of their aWays en
joyable euchre and lotto parties, to
be held In the school hall. Fourth
land O, on Tuesday, January II.
Games will be played both afternoon
and night, and many handsome and
valuable awards will be uiade. The
proceeds will go to the fuud for the
ibeueflt of the beautiful Holy Name
church erected by the Rev. Father
John O'Connor, the Interior decora
tion of which, will be most artistic.
HARRY C. NEHAN
Record of the Most Important
the Recent Events Culled
Clerk Police Court
Subject to Action of Democratic
Primary Aug. 2. 1913.
A.. O. K.
Meets at Falls' City Hall on First
and Third Tuesdays.
President Thomas W. Tarpy.
Vice President Daniel McCarthy.
Recording Secretary Walter Cu-
Financial Secretary Joseph Far
rell. Treasurer Thomas Keenan.
Sergeant-at-Arns Henry McDer
niott. Sentinel John Keane.
Meets First Thursday at St. Will
lam's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak.
President C. J. Ford.
Vice President J. J. Sullivan.
Recording Secretary Daniel
Financial Secretary John T.
Treasurer James Welsh.
Sergeant-at-Arms J. Cunning
ham. Sentinel Thomas Hannon.
Meets First and Third Mondays,
Nineteenth and Portland.
President Hugh Hourigan.
.Vice President -John M. Maloney.
Recording Secretary John P,
Financial Secretary John J. Hes-
Treasurer Dan J. Dougherty.
Sergeant-at-Arms John J. East
Sentinel Thomas Noon.
Meets Second and Fourth Mondays,
Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street.
President John H. Hennessy.
Vice President Thomas Lynch.
Financial Secretary Thomas J.
Recording Secretary John
Treasurer Patrick Conley.
Sergeant-at-Arms Thomas Far-
Sentinel If. J. McUermott,
V. M. I.
MACKIN COUNCIL, 205.
Meets Monday Evenings at Club
House, 34 4 North Tweuty-sixth.
President Frank G. Adams.
First Vice President Geo. Thorn
Second Vice President John J.
Financial Secretary A. C. Link.
Recording Secretary John R.
Corresponding Secretary Harry
Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch.
Marshal Fred Schuler.
Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp.
Outside 8entiuel f rank E. Grat-
The Cushenstown national school,
near New Ross, was recently burned
-An old lady named Ellen Gorman,
of Kilkenny, died suddenly on the
street, outside the door ot her res
idence. A farm of eight acres and a small
house at O'Brien's Bridge, County
Tlpperary, have been sold at auction
for $4,100 and fees.
At Dundalk Petty Sessions Dr. 3.
V. O'Hagan, of Dundalk, and T. M.
Moore, of Prospect, were sworn in
as Justices of the County Louth.
P. D. O'Malley has resigned his
position as Assistant County Sur
veyor of Killala and Belmullet
Unions on the grounds of 111 health.
The death is announced of Dr. A.
B. Ryan at Sllvermlnes, who retired
only about a month ago from the
position of Medical Officer of the
Rev. P. J. O'Grady, of Keash, has
commenced the building ot a new
hall in the parish, and the movement
is taken up with great enthusiasm
by the people.
The County Clare Asylum Commit
tee appointed Rev. James Monahan,
ot Ballymacally, to fill the vacancy
created by the death of Rev. John
Garry, of Ruan.
The death of Morton McLoughlin,
Chairman Claremorris Board of
Guardians, has created feelings of
intense regret throughout the Union,
where he was very popular.
Nearly 18,000 turkeys were pur
chased in New Ross during the
Christmas holidays, being brought In
from districts in the Counties Wex
ford, Carlow and Kilkenny.
Mary O'Brien, who was probably
the oldest Inhabitant of Dublin, has
just passed away at the great age of
109 years. Her mind and memory
were clear almost to the last.
The death took place at an ad
vanced age ot Miss Anastasla Hall,
of Carrlck-on-Sulr. a sister of the
late Very Rev. Walter Hall, who was
for many years Catholic rector of
St. Patrick's, Wolverhampton.
There are now over 150 men en
gaged In the Beauparc copper mines
In Meath. The shaft has reached a
depth of 250 feet, and off It are five
galleries at various distances from
the surface. The lode la stated to be
richer further down.
.Patrick Arkins pleaded not guilty
at the Munster Assizes to an indict
ment charging him with assembling
with another person unknown at
Toormore, County Clare, for the
purpose of compelling Rachel Flti
patrick to give up her farm. He was
found guilty and sentenced to seven
years penal servitude.
Very Rer. William Meagher, of
Tallow, unveiled a magnificent Cal
vary group presented to the parish
church by Rer. M. J. White, of
Newark, N. J. In doing so he spoke
of the great kindness of Father
White in his remembrance of his
native town, and congratulated Mrs.
White, the good priest's aged
mother, on the piety and generous
zeal of her son.
The freehold ground rents of the
town of KUmactbomas, County
Waterford, were sold by directions
of the trustee ot the estate of the
Marquis of Waterford. The rents
amouuted to over $1,000 per annum,
and the sale was held with a view to
giving the existing tenants an op
portunity of purchasing their hold
ings. The lots, numbering thirty
three In all, were purchased by the
YOUNG LADIES' SOCIETY.
The Young Ladies' Society of St.
Mary'a church. Eighth and Grayson,
Invites friends and the public to a
grand euchre and lotto party to be
lven In the school Dull next
Wednesday afternoon and night.
They assure all an enjoyable time
aud will distribute many nanasome
awards. Games will be called at
$:30 and S o'clock.
NOW GOING ON.
As usual, it is being conducted in the characteris
tic Bacon way, meaning that it is a strictly bona
fide clearance in which every department is fully
iHUillil TV liili Ml D11U1111.
Winter goods and winter wearing apparel for
men, women and children being sold at generously w
DON'T FAIL TO COME
I "FOR GOODNESS SAKE"
i MOTHERS' BREAD
;; Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in
j ; the South.
II Tom Are Not a Booster For
It'a because yoa have never enjoyed
its delicions flavor and freshness.
JVI II LLOY'H HPBCIAL-
1 Pound for 30o
2 Pounds lor 55c
3 Pounds for SOo
JOHN M. MULLOY,
HraM Paasa ijij. U1H VV. MAHKBT a)TRBBTa
The Last Dollar
Tbat you spent for something yen did not NEED would bave started a
SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED ft!
twice a year; There MAY COME a time whea yoar "LAST DOLLAR"
mnst be spent for somethlag yoa DO NEED. The SAVING now of the
dollars you are wasting might keep tbat "bard time" from ever coming.
Ky. Title Savings Bank
and Trust Co.
Fifth and Court Place.
Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m.
JAs. J. NAUGHTON JOS. N. HIGGINS CHAS. E. NAUGHTON
Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only.
Telephone Us and We Send For Them
Hem Phoae 87.
TENTH AND JEFFEK50N STS.
Pesltivaly Tiu.ht Is Tta te Twcaty Liueai. Writ rr UoUti.
J. FOKHKST THOMPSON. 2823 W. Madison St. SImwsm 2174
345 West Green Street.