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Do You Realize What "eenLabel MeanstoYgu? each GREEN LABEL. Also, if you'd rather, one Profit-Sharing Certificate (Red Stamp for each GREEN LABEL, and, above .11. the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET. Be .ure and get NICK'S BREAD. If. made under the .trictest anitary condition, by Nick Warisse Baking Co. JOHN R. PFLANZ CHARLES H. KNIGHT p. S. RAY" (is,, A Candidate For Re-EIeo Ion. JAILER JEFFERSON COUNTY. Subject to. the Action of the )emocratle Party, Primary Election Yusjust 2. 1913. VOT1C l'OW CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR THIRTY-SIXTH DISTRICT, Subject to- the Action of the )emocrattc Party. Primary Election Aueust 2. H13. VOTIC POM Candidate For Re-Electloo COUNTY CLERK. Subject to the Action or the Jemocrattc Party, Primary Election August 2, 1913. THE H. B. & W. STORE Should be in the mind of every house keeper when they need Carpets, Rugs and Draperies Our Market street location makes o ,ell the Hlehest Class Goods at most moderate price, We know that you can do better at our ti vmi look for eood merchandise. Hubbuch Bros. $ Wellendorff 522 524 WEST MARK.il 1 5lt". GEO. W. BERRY ANDREW M. SEA FOR CITY TAX RECEIVER. o..kiAf rt thA Action of the O U UJCV. V - lemocratlc Party. Primary Election August 2, 1913. harryc.nehanI George Schlegel FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. Subject to the Action ol the )emocratic Party, Primary Election AunuBt 2, 1913. MUIR WEISSINGER t&A THE "DUCHESS" SHOE K W FOR WOMEN. Candidate For Re-Election, CLERK POLICE COURT SnMaot tn the Action of the Democratic Party, primary aiecuou August 2, 1913. SHOE fOTH For dre... .emi-dre.. and outing wear . mnAl ruilt for VOU. there iuvucaa - tl Duche.. Shoe, fit well, wear we nA have "the look. u leathers. $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 .,v. r iiiruiCI 336 Wast SfVULZ,X .YllWlAClMark.tSt For Your Furniture Wants! I WANT YOUR TRADE. My .tock. are the largest, my price, the lowe.t, and my term, the be.t. JAMES GREENE 425, 427 and 429 Ea.t Market Street David B. Qarvey's New Cafe 427 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. 4 Club-like and the tone of refinement are the charac- . it!. -t--. (rr nnllmen. Chilled Beer, Liquor, and Cigar, for tho.e who demand the be.t. Bu.ine.. men . tunvu. AWNINGSandTENTS A laree tock of Unts on hand, for sale or rent We do more ana oeuer w Orders by mall promptly attended to.. Estimates cheerfully furnished. !l Kentucky Tent and Awning Co. y BOTH PHONES 227 120 N. THIRD ST, !,-: "MTf " jrJ Pil The Quick Meal Gas Range la all its majestic beauty and brilliant efficiency is beyond all doubt the best Gas Range ever offered to the public. It has the mAii nractical ?aa savins burner .u.r riviid. The Quick Meal is easiest to keep clean, and in fact leads all others in quality, styie, name and real merit. GEHER a SON A - 7 CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATE. Eitlrtk Maeisterial District Composts' if ths !! : inti ini Twelfth Wardi. Cklani tn tha Ap.tion ot the democratic Party, Primary Election iugiist 2. 1913. 1 I Primary Election August 2, 1013 What the Club Plan Is- i What It Means to You: i The Club Plan is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and Imply for the contenlence ot our patrona who wish to buy House hold Goods, such as Furniture Carpets, Rugs, tc. When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay I per cent, of the amount of your purchases for Joining; for Instance The membership fee on a .'25.00 purchase would ha 91V- Tho membership fee on a $30.00 purchase would be 1J50. Tho membership fee on greater purchases would of course be In porport ion. You are then asked to pay 10 per cent, of your total purchase as the first payment. For Instance, on a 125.00 purchase you pay 12.50 down in addition to the membership tee, making a total of 13.25. The goods are then dellrered 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 la nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods tor the privilege of time payments. FURNITURE. CARPETS, RCGS. HOUSE FURNISHINGS LAND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOM ON THE CLUB PLAN. Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor. ! ! a J Candidate For Re-Election For f, V 1 ,9. Hsjm PktM ijaj. ALWAYS STANDARD QUALITY. Mulloy's Good Coffee ROASTED DAILY. NEXT TIME TRY OUR SPECIAL BLEND 3 Lbs. 80c r others ask more for the same quality. JOHN M. MULLOY, 010 W. MARKBT STREBT, TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS COUNTY JUDGE I0SEPH M. KEYER C A Mil Y LL W H A VI CANDIDATE FOR JL XXX " X CLERK POLICE COUK1 thn Action of the Democratic Party. Primary Election August 2, 1913. 1913 Primary August 2 V . .... Sk . A E jTS. 1913 Subject to the Action oi me uemocrauc VOTE FOR CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. Subject to the action of the Democratic party, frlmary August c, t Vi m rm mmrvmA trnft fnurVitrl Sheriff. . - j j ml If vnn think ma worthvof vour SUP- port for County Assessor I assure you I will appreciate u. J. Russell Gaines Candidate For Re-Election SURVEYOR JEFFERSON COUNTY. I Subject to Action of Democratic Party. HUGH B. FLEECE Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate, Orange, Pineapple and Uther riavor.. EVERYTHING SANITARY. $1.00 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY. 'ORIGINATED AWD MA lie r j Primary Election Aug;. 2, 1913 KV SAMUEL W. GREENE FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Subject to the Action ot the Democratic Party. Primary Election August 2, 1913. PRIMARY ELECTION AUG. 2, 1913 O.J. CRONAN CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subiact tl the Action of Jhe Democratic J k a . .mo I Dr. H. E. Mechling DR. CHAS. MOIR niunmiTV irrtp CORONER Subject to Action Democratic Party. i i 1 i Weta FIVE CENTS Fount., Cafe, and Bar.. The Drink Delicious. KENTUCKY SYRUP AND BOTTLING COMPANY i INCORPOKATL 5 I 108 East Main St. Louisville, Ky. HOME PnONE 6256. f Chas. W. Milliken CANDIDATE FOR SHBRIFF Subject to Action ot the Democratic Party. Chas. C. Foster CANDIDATE FOR CITY TREASURER Subject to Action of the Democratic Party. t diva served vou for four years as City Tax Receiver, and being ineligible to succeed myseii, am ot tering for City Treasurer". CANDIDATE FOR AIvDE RMAN VOTIO FOR CUT AT URGE. Subject to Action ot the Democratic Party. Primary Election, August 2, 1913. RIDE A BICYCLE Health hnd Pleasure will be yours your Boancial surplus will increase you will be more Independent you can go and coma when you please. But get a good Bicycle-one that will stand the test. Get a "Greyhound" Bicycle. Sold by us and used by satisfied riders for many years. Wire and JO)Iron WorKs 217 WEST MARKET STREET. IT DOESN'T PAY To argue against QUALITY. Get the BEST In the start and be satisfied In the END. USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER Ma-NUPACTUaBD SY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO. Ir.l aa4 tlT.f, .aaUvlll. K Both raoaM tSST AIM operating Homier Wall Flatter Pltat, jencraoBTiM., ho. CANDIDATE FOR JAILER JEFFERSON COUNTY." Subject to Action ot the Democratic Party. M. J. BANN0N, Pres. Mgr. f BANNON. JR.. Vlcs-Prss. a Trees. SJ. W0LTRING, t.crsttry. BEN SCHULMAN WILLIAM E. HOLLEY Primary Klectioo, August S, 1018. Vm. M. Duffy CANDIDATE FOR LEGISLATURE Fifty-First Legislative District Eicvaoth and Tw.lftb Tanlb Subject to Action of the Democratic 0 . i i1 1 j i . '1.4 r CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATE SIXTH SU6ISUHIM. BISTIICT, Ctasatsi ef f salts, fit. Sltt sss $ 4i Subject to Action ot the Deniocratio Party. F. Bannon Sewer Pipe Co. Salt Clase. Sewer ana M m Bannon s raiem Liaaea ripe mr jinn - Wall Copn, Drata Tile, VUrlfied Street Paving irlcl, I firm Preoflna' Ilea Pipe, Flue Lining, Fire BrttK. L" ' "Grate and Wller Tile, Ground Fire Clay, . - , L" " rhimr... Tons. Lawn Vases. VUrin.4 Sidewala rcfc. k OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TSLBrHUNH mi. nova .k mnA I inrtna aivl Mairnolle Ave.. Bet. Ota and loin. k. w i, ki ..i m- a w m F aSf . rSSSar -aar SSBT ssr -sr sar ssr pr V. w A-A A'A A aV aft afaW A. afafA, .efsVBja, afaaafamaMsVAfamaaafa. " !T 1 CANDIDATE FOR CLERIC POLICE COURT Subtest to Action ot the Democratic Party. ISaifflflfimnie PIANO PLAYING Peauinlr laiiahl ia 10 la 20 laHoaa. Wfiu iaf bookUt. J. FORREST THOMPSON, 2822 W. M.dua Siuwnee 2174 215 West Market St. Party. A