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, 1 JOCKEY CLUB DOUGLAS park What the Club Plan Is HER11AR STRAUS SONS J j r quoth Avfmif mtcomvmtreo MASxeT tram , And What It Means lo You The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and imply for the convenience of our patrona who wish to buy House hold Goods, auch aa Furniture, Carpeta, Ruga, etc. When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent, of the amount of your purchaaea for Joining; for Instance The membership fee on a $25.00 purchase would be 73c. The membership fee on f.io.00 purchase would be $1.00. The membership fee on greater pnrchasea would of course be in proportion. You are then asked to pay 10'per cent, of your total purchase aa the first payment. For instance, on i'9, oay 12 SO down In addition to the membership fee, making a tow of $3 25 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly pajments. When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are purchased at our cash prices whether apeclal or regular you will more clearly aee that our membership fee la nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their gooda for the privilege of time payments. rVKXITCKE, CAIU-ETH, Rt'GH, HOUSE FURNISHINGS AMI OTHK.H HOUSEHOLD GOOIW ARE SOU) OS THE CLUB l'LAN. Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be eheerfully given by our aalespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor. I INCORPORATED We (live and Redeem 5urety Coupons tun hum miiM"I ; "IOR GOODNESS SIttlS" I BAT I MOTHERS' BREAD ; Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in ; ;' the South. j0 I 1 1 I H II COMPOUND INTEREST I PAID ON DEPOSITS. Get the Habit. Htart a, Huvlnirs Account next payday and save regularly T for some definite purpose. You will be surprised to see how I fast your account will grow. You can start with $1.0O or 2 more, and add to same when convenient. ! GERMAN INSURANCE BANK MARKET STREET, BET. SECOND ANDjTHIRD. Sixty Years on Guard State Government Supervision i 1 1 1 1 IMIMIHimWHHI 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 : I WEWANT YOUR WORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First-Class Style. PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads Circulars, Dodgers, Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. NOME PHONE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN IMO WUSIT QHUUN HTRHitTi t FRANK AOHLMANN ;; GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES Vou Can Make a Square Meal o Our Round Steak t iruj. um rmt mm JCD Frr!i..i Strctt i AUTUMN MEETING OF EIGHT DAYS Ileginning Friday September 25, and Ending Saturday. October 3 STAKE DATES. The Louisville Cup, $2,500 added, two miles, Saturday, October 3. First Race at 2:15 P. M. Admission $1.50 and $1.00. Reduced Railroad Rates Churchill DownsFall Meeting n n ! nirtr, z) - 0 uayi rtdwng Oct. 9-0ct 17 SIX HIGH CLASS RACES DAILY Falls City Handicap the opening day feature. Twenty-six nominations. Saturday, October 10, the Golden Rod Stakes with great field of horses. Tuesday, October 13, the Cherokee Stakes, with thirty nominations. Saturday, October 17, the great 5t. Leger Handicap, twenty-three nominations. FIRST RACE AT 2:15' P. M. ADMISSION $1.00 AND $1.50 HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Pat Week deneral News Notes. Pennsylvania has 311 divisions and 22,088 members. Michigan gained 502 new members during the past two years. The assets of the Ladles' Auxiliary aggregate about $350,000. John T. Keaney, of Division 2, is a sure live wire for the order. DlviBlon 3 will have an Initiation lu the latter part of next month. Corporal Pat Kenealey is always a welcome visitor at meetings of Divis ion 4. There were over 200 delegates in the recent county convention at Pittsburgh. The county convention will be held at Bertrand Hall on Sunday", October 11. The Hibernians of Toungstown, Ohio, will endeavor to double their membership this winter. Congressman Daniel McGUHcuddy, re-elected to Congress from Maine, lb a member of the Ancient Order. National President McLaughlin calls upon all divisions to engage In a nation-wide campaign for mem bers. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Oregon held a successful convention and re-elected Mrs. Ellen Elvers as State President. ' - Financial Secretary Langan and Treasurer Finegan, of the County Board, have made an excellent pair of officers. For sick and death benefits and charitable purposes the Ladles' Aux iliary expended $110,000 during the past two years. Kev. Father M. A. Shine was unanimously elected State President for a second term by the Nebraska State convention. Oregon Hibernians at their State convention commended the union existing with the National German American Alliance. At the county convention held at Nashna, N. H., It was reported that Hillsborough county had nearly 1,600 members, an Increase of 130. The formal opening of the new home of the divisions at Portland, Ore., took place Friday night, when a grand dedication social was held. Walter Cusick received so much advertisement from his box party at the State convention that he will probably repeat here in the near future. . Major Edward Gallagher, ' State President of New Hampshire, Is vis iting the county conventions and arousing enthusiasm among the members. During the two years' administra tion of Rev. Father Shine aa State President the Influence of the order has been greatly extended through out ixeoratiiim. Division 2 held its monthly meet Ing Thursday night. From what the members say there will be a united movement to Increase the strength of this division. The meeting of the Ladies' Aux iliary next Wednesday night will be made interesting by the election of County President, who will serve for the ensuing two years. With the assistance of the Na tional and State officers the New York County Board has pledged the metropolis to be soon second to none In membership in America. One of the pleasant events of the Maine State convention was the pre sentation of a loving cup to ex-State President Thomaa J. Robinson, of Lewlston, who then closed his sec ond term. Special notices have been aent the members of the Ladies' Auxiliary, requesting their presence at the meeting next Wednesday night. Be sides the election of County Presi dent there will be much businesa of importance. Attorney Thomas Walsh and Will iam J. Connelly, of Louisville, and Thomas .Howard, Sr., of Ashland, comprise the Irish History Commit tee named by the State convention. They have the time and ability for aome very effective work. Ol'ENti NKXT FRIDAY. The autumn races at Churchill Downa will open next Friday and contluus for eight days. With the turf stars of the country entered and fields tilled to repletion. Man ager Winn and his assistants will furnish sport that has never been surpassed here. The Falls City Handicap will be the opening day feature, and on Saturday, October 10, the Golden Rod Stakea, for which there la a great field of horses, wi'l be run. Ou the follow- Was a flood Send I T Church Road. Vs., August, 111 I was suffering from norvoua proatra fjoa About flvo years; at times was so weak that I trembled all ever; my knoea mvo way first and then waa unable to anovo, but since I took Pastor Koenlff's Nerve Testis I fool stronaer. ean work acaln and walk all day without dlfll- rty. The Tonlo was a Godsend for mo. speak of It wonderful effect quite after. BL F. Pltchford. Mrs. Pan Poena, of Unlontown, Wash., Was often afflicted with unconsciousness, which disappeared attar using Pastor Koenl(s Nerve Tonlo. Mrs. 14. Blunt, of Ashland. It It 1, Ta., had a girl troubled with St. Vitus' Dance, which could not mov herself for about six months, but since she took Pastor Koenlg's Nerve Tonlo It Improved so much, aa she did not when the doc tor treated her. -msif A Valuable Book en Ner. I J I I voue Diseases end Senple rliP r hottlu ddre-j,'foov? I llfaiBa M trt Ike medicine tree. Papered by Rev. Paths Kosnio, ef rettWerae. lad. eioce 1876, ead sow by the IRELAND. Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. KOENIG MED. CO, Chicago, ID. U W. Lake Street, aeerDeerben by Draff lata et St bottle. 6 for I Largo Sin. $1.75 Bottle, to S. ing Tuesday the Cherokee Stakea will be the feature race, and on the closing day the St. Ledger Handicap, the turf prize o? the season, will bring together the fleetest horses of the country. With good weather this should be the greatest fall meet ing ever held at the Downs. MARTIN T. FALLAHAY. Martin T. Fallahay announces (hat he is now connected with the 4 . Walk-Over Boot Shop, 309 South Fourth avenue, where he is in posi tion to take care of you for anything you may need In the shoe line. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA. In offering a special edition of The Catholic Encyclopedia at a price that brlnga it within the means of every member of the order, the Knights of Columbua were actuated by the motive which originally ln spired the production of this work This encyclopedia la designated to be the starting point of a movement among Catholics, a great educational movement In every Catholio home In the land, the source of a literature that will re-Catholiclse the English tongue. It is verily an educational and literary cruaade, and aa auch it must appeal atrongly to every mem ber of an order whose members, in the words of Archbishop Ireland, "aim to be the trusted auxiliaries of the church, her organised chivalry, ever first and foremost when her call la beard or her banner leads." Here Is an offer which brings all the ad vantages and more than the Catho lic University can at present afford right into our . own homes. The Catholic Encyclopedia is a veritable Catholio home university. It has been truly styled " a university in print." Rev. J. Donnelly, of Col Ion, has been appointed to Dunleer, in suc cession to the late Rev. M. McKeown P. Moclair, County Councillor, and L. P. Power, of Cashel, have been appointed Magistrates for Ttpperary ' The coach factory of Messrs. Lynn ' At Co., Derry, was recently destroyed by fire. The damage is estimated at several thousands of dollars. ' Philip Devlin, Ardboe, was found lying on the roadside about two miles from the town. He expired a short time after being removed to his home. For saving the life of a child at the Antrim road waterworks, James Morrow was presented with a sliver : watch at a meeting of the Belfast Water Board. At a meeting of the West Wlcklow Farmers' Defence Union, held in Baltinglass, Thomas Molyneaux was elected Chairman In place of the late E. P. O'Kelly. A resolution and improvement scheme of an extensive character is about to be made at Scramogue church, near Strokestown, for the Rev. P. Martin. At the recent horse fair held In Galway there waa an unprecedented demand for horses, which brought from $200 to $250 each, and the price for well-bred animals was as high as $350. The death of the Right Rev. Mon- slgnor J. O'Hara, Crossmolina, is much regretted. His remains were Interred in the parish church, and the Most Rev. Dr. Na ugh ton presided at the requiem mass. i A Klldare farmer who made an ex periment In hop-growing last year, realizing thirty-five shillings from seventy-five seeds sown In one perch of land, has this year a crop valued at five times that amount. Two men were recently drowned In the Shannon. Michael Burke was bathing when he got into difficulties and Patrick Pinch went Immediately to bis assistance. BurkVgrasped his rescuer and both men were drowned. Death as a result of a gun acci dent was returned at an inquest on James Murphy, of Crooveruore, nine miles from Athlone. He went to shoot rabbits and later waa found bleeding from a wound in the shoul der. , While talking to her husband Mrs. McCarthy, wife of T. J. McCarthy, Assistant Surveyor to Tralee Rural Council, suddenly collapsed and died immediately after tho rites of the church were administered by Father Breen. Stephen Keane waa drowned In the Abbey river, Limerick. He had been apparently sitting on the par apet of the bridge when he fell over, Timothy Carroll dived to the rescue, but Keane had sunk, the body not being recovered. Rev. John F. Malone, Waterford, waa ordained on Assumption Day at the Bon'Secoura Convent, Cork, by the Most Rev. Dr. Coholan, Bishop of Cork. Father Malone celebrated his first mass at the Uraultno Con vent, Waterford. While engaged in mowing Patrick McKenna, Drumktrk, Monaghan, waa taken suddenly 111. He dropped the scythe and expired in a few mo menta. The .doctor and the priest were promptly on the scene, but death had set in before their arrival On. the occasion of his recent mar riage, E. J. Comerford, one of the leading merchants in Thomastown, and brother of Father Tom Comer ford, P. P., San Francisco, was pre sented with a beautiful afternoon tea set by a number of friends and admirers In that town. MAJOR IU1KJK IMPROVING). Major Pat Ridge, Night Chief of Police, la rapidly Improving from his illness of last week, but on the advice of his physician is compelled to take a complete rest before re turning to duty. The Major's host of friends rejoice la his recovery. MKDTA LF O1 UK ILLY. Miss Annie Msgdeline Medcalf, of Owensboro, and Patrick O'Reilly, of Hardlnsburg. Ky., were married at St. Paul'a church in Owensboro with a nuptial mass. The ceremony waa performed by a brother of the bride, the Rev. Father C bar lea It. Medcalf, of Peoria, 11L THE LAHT DAY. The fall race deetlug of the Douglas Park Jockey Club will end today with seven races, with the Louisville Cup as the beadllner. For this, the big event of the meet, the field will embrace seven or eight of the atara of the turf, and it win prove one of the best races run off this season. Manager Hachmelster la being congratulated by horsemen and the public on the success at tained at Douglas Park, where a great throng is expected to be in attendance this afternoon. Oddls aid Elds I IIS Goods used as trims during our two weeks' Mill !End Sale are now offered, and it will surely pay you to be here before store closes Saturday night. In every department you will find goods marked ; down just because they are mussed from display. ; We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates tl 1 1 lOllli Four French Gray Enamel Stew Pans CONSECUTIVE SIZES Free with one pound of our fiC Delicious New Blend Tea at Ojlf If yon are not using New Blend, bera is a special inducement to do so. JOHN M. MULLOY, Heaie Pbeae ijjj. aslss W. MAH ftd1" SITRBBT FURNITURE For the Bed' Room, Dining Room and Living Room. Large selection, good quality and reasonable prices. WM. F. MAYER, Market, Bet. Fourth and Fifth. MONUMENT. Pope Benedict has appointed a committee composed of Cardinals Merry del Val, Ulsletl and Cagiano to prepare plana to be used In the erection of a sepulchral monument to the late Pope Pius X- la the crypt of at. Peter's. INCORPORATBO WHOL1IMAL15 AND HRTAIL. PHONE-SOUTH 2Sw. CITY 1866. iiiiiijmnnii,nttji GERMAN BANKl! We Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS 1124 SOUTH FIFTH STREET:: o BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET V, ! I Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market. z X V DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 713-715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET X Tsiashtsss Ctak S. 211a. Seat, CXr Ills. f II MNN0I. Z rnttip. k iannoi. m.. Mm Pro. TrtM. UWKICC 1 VUKaUa, SesfsUff. P. BANN0N PIPE CO. ' Sewer a ad Calvert Pipe, Baaeea't rate at Lidded ripe fer Steaaa Ceadaite, Wall Cepiag-, Drala Tile. TltrUesl Brick, rireFreenarf. Flae Lleles. Fire Br let Grate and Boiler Tile, Creaad Fire Claj, Calaaeer Tees. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON CUMB). MAIN 607, V HOMI PHONES CITY 679-1780. WOHHS13ts) rad Brack, sad Magnolia Ave Bet. 9tb aad lOtk. Ml M tHM TlVim W1NBM OHAMPaOBBM AL. KOLB, 823 Wes,t Greea Street. ee . -w T.rTAia u rrra A Ml 4b - t f 1'