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m m mm mm Save Money By Having Your Wearing Apparel Cleaned Here. Both Phones 2207. 617 S. Fourth Ave. Do You Realize What Nick's Green Label Means to You? If not, listen. It mean double premium value at our store, or one GREEN TRADING ST VMP for each GREEN LABEL. Also, if you'd rather, one Profit-Sharing Certificate (Red Stamp) for each GREEN LABEL, and, above all, the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET. Be sure and get NICK'S BREAD. ItV made under the strictest sanitary conditions by Nick Warisse Baking Co. JOHN R. PFLANZ CHARLES H. KNIGHT Caadidate For Re-Elee'Ioa, JAILER JEFFERSON COUNTY. Subject to the Action of tbe democratic Party, Primary Election August 2, 1913. LADIES- Why Wear a Last Season's Ha When you can have the shape changed into a new up to date style? The only nouse in me cuy inai uucs ursi tis ui " Straw, Hemp and Panama Hats. Feathers cleaned and curled. FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 West Jefferson Street. North Side. For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE. My stocks are the largest, my prices the lowest, and. my terms the best. JAMES GREENE 425, 427 and 429 East Market Street CONFIRMATION SHOES FOR CHILDREN. "EMERSON" "DUCHESS" Shoes For Men. Shoes For Ladies. Treat Your Feet to a Pair of These Shoes This Spring and Note How Different They Are From Any You Have Ever Worn. They Are Stylish as Well as Comfortable. shoe nnas TO THE FAMILY VOLZ & MICHAELS! i "FOR GOODNESS SAKE" MOTHERS' BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South. votii i'o w J .Mir CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR THIRTY SIXTH DISTRICT, Comprising Jefferson county First and Second ward, Forty-sacond to Fifty tbird preclnctaof Third ward, Twenty seventh aad Twenty-eighth of Fflth ward, Forty-nlo'h and Fiftieth of Sev enth ward, Thirty-sistli of Eleventh ward, and Thirty-second to Forty-first of Twelfth ward. Subject to the Action of the democratic Party, Primary Election August 2, 1913. VOTE POH do ""fajr ANDREW M. SEA FOR CITY TAX RECEIVER. democratic Party, Primary Election je 0126 oCltlCO'Ol lugust 2, 1913. " FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. HARRY C.NEHAN P. S. RAn Candidate For Rc-Etedlon COUNTY CLERK. Subject to the Action of the democratic Party, Primary Election August 2, 1918. GEO. W. BERRY v I CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATE. Elltitk Maiittsrisl District Composts sf thi Eli sstl iM Twtlftt Warts. Subject to tbe Action of the democratic Party, Primary Election August 2, 1913. Subject to the Action of the democratic Party, Primary Election August 2, 1913. - MUIR WEISSINGER Primary Election August 2, 1013 Candidate For Re-EUction, CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. Primary Election August 2, 1913. , gr . A. M. BML-ER Candida) For Re-Electlon For P"r- COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratio Party. Primary Election August 2, 1913. JOSEPH M. KEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to tbe Action of tbe Democratic VOTE FOR I9J3 Primary August 2 J9J3 CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. Subject to the action of tbe Democratic i party. Primary Augnat Z. 1913. I have served yon fouryears as Sheriff, and if you think me worthy of your sup port for County Assessor I assure you I will appreciate it. SAMUEL W. GREENE FOR COUNTY JUDGE. J. Russell Gaines 8uJect to tne Act,on of the Candidate For KEIctIon I August 2. 1913. BASEBALL Now Absorbing Topic on All Sides With Colonel favorite. SURVEYOR JJEFPERSON COUNTY. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. I RECENT DEATHS. VINCEXTIAXS. AWNINGSandTENTS A large stock of ttnts on hand, for ale or rent We do more and better work than any one here. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Estimates cheerfully furnished. kntiirlri; Tont nnrl AtininrS C f , . i uuiiuuv iviu uuu milling vv. i LIL-1 BOTtl PnONtS 27 lvl IN. InlKUsl. 1 rri The Quick Meal Gas Range In all its majestic beauty and brilliant efficiency is beyond all doubt tbe best Gas Range ever offered to tbe public. : It has the most practical gas saving burner ever devised. Tbe Quick Meal is easiest to keep clean, and in fact leads all others in quality, style, name and real merit. GEHER a SON 2IS West Market St. ' Baseball from a local standpoint received the biggest Impetus In its history when a record breaking crowd attended the opening game between Louisville and Kansas City at Eclipse Park, only atanding room being left when Attorney Thomas A. Barker escorted Mayor Head acrosa the diamond to pitch the first ball. Interest in baseball here Just now is at fever heat, the fana one and all being confident that Presl dent Wathen ia endeavoring to give the city a team which will be- a con tender at all stages, and It is uni versally belleevd that Manager Hay- den can come pretty near atanding pat on his present line-up, with HuUwitt Included for second base, as many consider him tbe best all around player in the association, be ing a 300 hitter and possessing base ball Keneralnhip of a high caliber. But with tbe adevnt of Hulswltt It becomes a puzzle as to which fielder to take out. Eveu the many wise critics who attend regularly atate they are unable to decide which to take out,. Burch, Osborne or Stans bury, all going at a good clip. The preneut season promises to be a banner one financially and from an attendance atandpolnt, as the fan are ready and anxious to assist tbs management in, again putting Louta vilie on tbe baseball map. Kansas City closes Its series today and Joe Cantillon's husky Millers come to morow for three games. UKNEFIT MISIC ALE. Ths young ladies of St. Frances of Rome cbunh will entertain with a benefit muslcale at tbe Clifton Thea ter ou Friday evening. May 9, and have arranged a splendid pro gramme to be presented by some of the bebt local talent. Tickets of aduiiselon are twenty-five cents. Many frienda and relatives tender heartfelt sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. William H. Peters, 1314 East Breck inridge street, whose home was made desolate on Monday by the death of their two-year-old son, Roy Peters The funeral, waa held Wednesday morning from St. Brlgtd's church, when Kev. Father Jansen officiated at the solemn mass of requiem. The funeral of Thomas J. Carroll, who died last Saturday at his home, 1134 West Oak street, was held Monday morning from St. William's church, Rev. George Connor cele brating the solemn mass of requiem. Deceased waa the brother of Patrol man John Carroll and waa forty seven years old. Besides bis widow he leaves several children to mourn his death. Monday morning the funeral of Misa Ella Alvey, daughter of George Alvey, 1233 Maple street, waa held from the Sacred Heart church. Rev. Father Walsh being tbe celebrant of the mass of requiem. Miss Alvey's death followed an Illness of tuber culosis and was not altogether un expected. She was twenty-four years, old, and ia survived by her parenta and three sisters and one brother Mrs. Lizzie Newton, Mrs. Maggie McUermott. Miss Mary Llllle Alvey and Leo Alvey. The death of Mrs. Emeline Hall. 958 South Twelfth street, removes from St. William's parish on of Its oldest, most devout and highly re spected members. Mrs. Hall waa a native of Kentucky, but tor over Ihirty-five years bad been a resldeut of this city. She Is survived by three tons, Edward, Rodney and Clay Ball, of Louisville; three sinter. Mrs. Adeline Shirkliss. of Springfield. 111.; Mrs. Harriet Williams snd Miss Anna Curtsiuger, of Louisville, and two brothers, Taylor Curtsluger, of Louisville, and Col. Curtslnger, of Woodlawn, Ky. Her funeral took plaue Monday morning from St. Will iam's church and was the largest seen there for some time. Religious Observance Will Mark Centenary of rounder. Tomorrow the members of the St Vincent de Paul Society in Louisville will religiously celebrate the bun dredth anniversary of the birth of Frederick Ozanam, the founder of the society, which is now recognized as the greatest and most bcneiictai charity organization In tbe world For this occasion there will be a special Pontifical high mass at the Cathedral at 7:45 o'clock tomorrow morning, at which the Rlgnt Rev, Bishop O'Donaghue will be the cele brant. At this mass all the mem bers of tbe society In the city are expected to receive holy communion in a body. Tomorow afternoon at 3 o'clock the members of the society and their friends will assemble at the Knights of Columbus hall on Fourth street to participate in the celebration prepared for the occa sion. There will be two addresses, one by a noted layman, and the other by a celebrated priest noted for his oratory, and incidentally there will be a few remarks by others, sugg'ested by the occasion. The pastors and the assistant priests o( every church in the city have been Invited, and no douSt will lend their presence to make this the greatest Vincentiun celebration that Louis ville baa ever known. Every Vln- centian whose heart is Imbued with the spirit of the society, and who recogulzes all that tbe society has been to him, will permit no excuse to keep him from this meeting. l'KWKE VALLEY. The handsome carving set offered at the recent entertainment at Trin ity Council Hall for the benefit of St. Aloysius church, Pewee Valley. was awarded to Mrs. J. BIckel. 629 Garden street, who held ticket No. 133. Mrs. J. A. Fueglein was given tbe ladles' shirt waist. What the Club Plan ls What It Means to You: The Club Plan is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods, such as Furniture Carpets, Rugs, etc. When you join the Club Plan you are asked to pay S per cent, of the amount of your purchases for Joining; for Instance The membership fee on a $25.00 purchase would be 75c Tbe membership fee on a 930.00 purchase would be Sl-fiO. Tbe membership fee on greater purchases would of course be In porportfon. You are then asked to pay lo per cent, of your total purchase as the first payment. For Inatance, on a f 25.00 purchase you pay $2.60 down in addition to the membership fee, making a total of S3.25. The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments. When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur chased at our cash prices whether special or regular you will more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments. FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS. HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARB 8QL1 ON THE CLUB PLAN. I Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor.' jBACONasoiK MULLOY'S SPECIAL BLEND COFFEE 3 Lbs. For 80c It does not take an expert cook to make good cof fee if Mulloy'4 Special is used. Fresh roasted daily. PHONE A TRIAL ODERIt. JOHN M. MULL0Y, Hmbs Phea ijaj. self W. MARKBT STRBKT, 1 " JAS. J. NAUGHTON JOS. N. HIGGINS CHAS. E. NAUGHTON Naughton's Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only. Telephone Us and We Send For Them - Home Phooe 897. TENTH AND JEFFEK30N STS. 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