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it. It is all around you.
Thousands upon lop of thousands of public spirited citizens of Louisville will
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(THE ONLY STAMP WITH A CASH VALUE)
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The Profit-Sharing Certificates that the least church organization or society can save will
amount to hundreds of dollars per month. Profit-sharing certificates (red stamps) are given by
over 300 merchants in Louisville in appreciation of patronage.
, Increase your purchasing power by buying manufacturers' articles that are exchangeable
for Profit-Sharing Certificates (red stamp), such as Ballard's Flour tickets, Engel
hard's Coffee tickets, tags from Werk Soap, Grocers' Baking Company Bread labels and
Purity Oats labels.
WE ARE OFFERING ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS IN GOLD
In premiums to the churches, organizations and societies saving Profit-sharing Certificates. Ask us about it.
THE PROFIT-SHARING COMPANY
402 WALKER BUILDING
JOHN L. HELM ' HENNING CHAMBERS
J. L. HELM, JR.
M. B. COOLEY
I (jranW. Smith's Son; i
AL SMITH, Proprietor.
! Funeral Director and Embalmeri
Carriage Furnished tor All Occasions on Short Notlco.
1809 W. JEFFERSON STREET, f
Last Monday Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
Schleman, 2023 West Market street,
were the recipients of almost count
less messages and congratulations
from friends and relatives, it being
the anniversary of their marriage
and silver wedding. In honor of the
worthy couple high mass was cele
brated at St. Anthony's church, with
the Rev. Father Seraphln as the, of
ficiating priest, after which a dinner
was served to the family and a few
near friends. During the afternoon
and evening many called to express
the wish that they might live to cele
brate their golden wedding.
Funeral Director and Embalmer
TELEPHONE CITY 365.
All calls promptly attended to, day or night.
Carriages furnished for all occasions.
1225 WEST MARKET STREET.
The ladies of St. Charles Bor-
roroeo church, Twenty-seventh and
Chestnut, will close the pre-Lenten
season on February 3, when they
will give another of their always en
joyable euchre and lotto parties and
a luncheon In St. Charles Hall, to
which they Invite the public. The
games will be played during the
afternoon and night, and those who
desire may dine at the luncheon
from 5 to 8 o'clock Admission will
be only twenty-five cents.
HOMI PHONE St
J. J. BARRETT'S SONS
East Main Street,
D. J. DOUGHERTY
& J. Mc ELLIOTT t
DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT,
Funeral Directors and Embalms.
Both Phonos 2908 CARRIAGE! FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS
All Calls Astwtrss Premstly, Day tr Nlgkt
1231 WEST MARKET STREET.
FALLS CITY BREWING CO.
Broadway and Thirty-First Street.
Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Uae. Ordet
a Case for Your home.
TELEPHONES: H 7S7I-7S72, Climb. Wttt 69.
SALVATOR (Dark) LIFE SAVER (LiCht)
ST. CHARLES CWCRCH.
Mrs. Catherine McAullffe, an old
and highly esteemed resident of
Lexington, passed to her eternal re
ward Tuesday night at St. Joseph's
Hospital there, after a long illness
from the Infirmities ot age, though
the Immediate cause of death was
pneumonia. Surviving her are five
children. They are Mrs. James Mc
Aullffe and Mrs. Charles Weltzel, of
Frankfort; Mrs. A. J. Tweedieti of
Lexington, and Mrs. Ella Mulloy, of
Louisville, and John B. Weltzel, of
Washington, D. C.
GEORGE HOLLAND BETTER.
George Holland, Superintendent of
St. Louis cemetery, who underwent
an operation at St. Joseph's Infirm
ary, is reported making rapid
progress toward recovery. His
friends will rejoice to learn that he
will soon be able to resume his
Last Sunday afternoon a well at
tended congregational meeting of
the men of St. Mary's parish. New
Albany, was held, when the following
counselors were elected: Frank
Manus, Jr., Edmund Smith, Clement
Da, John Louis, C. H. Broecker and
The finale of the sensational
episode In Newport at the Corpus
Christl church New Year's morning,
when William Glaser, flourishing a
revolver, caused a panlo In tha con
grepatlon,' was enacted in Police
Odurt Saturday morning. Joseph
Extlue and Joseph Henderson, com
panions of Glaser, were each fined
$15 and costs on a charge of disturb
ing a religious service. Glaser was
recently fined S100 and costs and
sentenced to thirty days in Jail.
Henderson and Extlne testified that
they hud been out to party all
HOLY XAME CHURCH.
All the late and sew Styles and Shapes
aa be found here at reasonable prices.
Call and see us
Last Sunday the people of Holy
Name church. Fourth and O streets,
witnessed the blessing of the beauti
ful life-size crucifix presented to
that church by Mr. and Mrs. Lippy.
Four handsome holy water fonts of
! exquisitely carved marble have also
been presented Holy Name church by
the following members of the con
gregation: Mr. and Mrs. John Gor
man, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Richards,
Mr. and Mrs. William Mudd and Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Cummings.
aTONLY ONE STORE
Rosebuds a Specialty
532 FOURTH AVENUE.
B.tk Telepfcs.es 1080.
All ordeis receive prompt attentloa
aad satlsfactioa guaranteed.
CENTRAL FURNITURE CO.
N. W. Cor, Third and Green Sts.
We furnish the home com
plete oa easy payments
WM. CALUOMAN. Mgr. Salts Dot
night, and had gone to church that
morning with the intention of turn
ing over a new leaf. They further
testified that Glaser was causlug the
commotion, and when asked to leave
Henderson and Extlne left without
demurring, and did not see the trou
ble caused by G User's drawing a
EDUCATION'. L ASSOCIATION'.
Rev. Francis W. Howard, Secre
tary General of the Catholic Educa
tlonal Association of the United
States, was In New Orleans last
week, and at a largely attended meet
Ing, presided over by Archbishop
Blenk, committees were named to
arrange for the tenth annual conven
tion ot the national body. Besides
msny men prominent In the public
life of New Orleans every pastor in
the city was present. The conven
Ion will be held from June SO to
July 3, and the Interest manifested
points to the moat successful meet
ing in the history of the association
Among those who will assist In the
work of preparing for the convention
are Dr. Felix Gaudln, Supreme Presl
dent of the Catholic. Knights ot
America, and Hon. Charles I. Dene
chaud. President of the American
Federation ot Catholle Societies.
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RitAim ram dku y iwii tv:
When Dominic Belleville and wife.
of Meriden, Conn., the longest mar
ried couple In this country, passed
the seventy-eighth anniversary of
their marriage, all the Catholic so
cieties of St. Laurent's parish at
tended the big celebration given In
their honor. Mr. Belleville was
ninety-nine years old August 15, and
his wife was ninety-eight last July.
Both enjoy good health and are ap
parently as happy as they were on
their wedding day.
Brewers and Bottlers
The people of Morganfield gave
Rev. Father Rahm, the new pastor
of St. Anne's church there, a most
cordial welcome upon his arrival
there last week. Members of the
congregation met him with a
"house warming" at the rectory,
when they furnished both home and
pantry with many necessities and
JESUITS' BIG PURCHASE.
A 200-acree tract of the Belle
Meade land, near Nashville, Tenn.,
known as the Red House field, has
been bought by the Jesuits. The con
sideration was $125,000. The tract
in questions adjoins the famous Belle
Meade Deer Park. Great plans are
under way for the Improvement of
the tract by the purchasers. It is
stated that buildings to cost
$500,000 will be begun at once.
PETITION TO CARDINAL,
A petition has been forwarded
from Australia to the Vatican, pray
ing that If the Pope should see fit
to appoint another Cardinal In Aus
tralia, his choice will fall on Arch
hlahnn Parr Tt la stated that the
petition will be signed by every Aus
tralian Archbishop ana Bishop.
A teaspoonful of ammonia In a
quart of water la a very good
preparation for cleansing the hair
brush. Dry the brush in the air
after wanhlng, but never In the sun.
The Palace of the Vatican con
tains the largest and most valuable
residence and museum In the world,
in ih. ralilpntlHl Dart are about
1,000 rooms, 200 of which serve as
In for the Pons, the court
officials and others. The number of
printed books In the Vatican Library
u atlmursil ar not leaa than XSO.OOO.
exclusive of the enormous number of
manuscripts, codices, etc.
ANCHORS OP 8AFETV.
Every married man should en
deavor to own a home for his family
to have his life Insured and to have
an account to his credit in a savings
bank. These are anchors to wind
ward against misfortune. ,
Clay Street Brewery
508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET.
TELEPHONE 2M LOUISVILLE. KT.
JOHN F. OERTEL CO
CELEBRATED CREAM BEER,
1400 to 1408 Story Avenue.
BOTH PHONES 191. . iwisvium ff
Cumb. Phone West 191
Homo Phono 191 J
Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers.
Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent flat
GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers. Louisville, Ky.
THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO.
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