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"Young man, when you buy a
buggy, be sure it's a Studebaker' Sound advice from the man who has been driving one for twenty years. When you buy n Studebaker buggy you arc buying nil the skill, experience nntl science in buggy building that half n century can produce. You are protect ing yourself against the mistakes of younger builders. You will always be proud of the Studebaker nnmcplnte, for there isn't a buggy on the road that is its equal for style, luxury and good locLa. Flexible bent-reach gear, graceful linen, solid cor ner, pluglcss body, double-ironed shafts, arc a few of the special Studebaker features. The new close-fitting shifting rail is enough in itself to make you buy a Studebaker buggy. Farm Waennt llutineu Wacom Trucla Milk W.ioni See our Dealer or utile ui. STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. KFW YORK CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY DENVER VUANEAIX1US SALT LAKK CITY SAN FRANCISCO 1'ORTLAND, ORE. ami tii' tS U ' i Uj HAUMiVV rr i " - r u t T L, . -T L 1. I : r l IN THE KEAItT OF THE THEATRE. SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT Motel Henry Watteyson Lcuisvifle's Mcst Miodern Hotel Hi ro i.: !-s nrwest and nin' beautiful Hotel in Louisville, yii.i"'! ' -, 1 .-very comfort, coi vi-r.tencc and safety. It sets a in -. i.i.i.'.-rd, hot only in p' int i service, hut unlike other fit- ' ' Hotels Hie charges for Elegantly Furr.islttJ Rooms arc i-vc,r. '.! Io.' and so are the prices for our excellent Ki lo .u.. service fj Lleimml : i M I ' -,,nl w . '. I TU.-nn nil " ' a;' ''"'.".".....Si.OO " : . .$1.50 3-.mi 35.00 p-MJi r vt : tj'i rn 1'. a!. .. l.t wt I.arn Kl l'ruuU . .. Mu' l-y the i ki-al Orcl.ik.rj In I.'io City il-w-n Uulii ii ulil tv jtmhi wit 'lifter u.lvle. G "O. SIt NCH, ..! 'teT. ROBT. D. JONES, Mantjer. IIOTiii 1'attkm, C!i. r.jnooci. Tern., .tn.l UTr.u Arslit (open May 12, 1013), Atlcme In., u.i. ' iaiuomaiuct:iSit and ownership. Mil .III! I QUININEAND IRON-THE MOST EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both inTajlelcjsform. The Ouininedrives out Malaria and the Iron builds up the System. For Adults and Children. You know what you are taking when you take GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, recofjnlied for 30 years through out the South as the standard Malaria, Chill anil Fever Remedy and General Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as the strongest bitter tonic, hut you do not taste the hitter because the ingredients do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis solve readily in the acids of the stomach. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean ft. 50c. There is OnlyOue "11ROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE HROMO QUININE ! ook for signature of E. W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c. Half Soles 3sc 50c, and 75c Ladies Shoes Soled 35c Soles Sew ed on Madisonvillc Electric Shoe Shop, Wm. Pinkston Mndisonville, Kentucky Dump Wagons IlarneM iGMvU rr- t i. . ABSOLUTELY FIRE TROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY Th Cifc It in harz of i:r--rt -"-nil tho til-. II M.-' rV'fi M llljnvrellcl, our Jirli : t- n oat i.k wml-. KiirnMiu wn lit, U-turn JUI Tn'- Vhou li.fln-n from 12:0) to Cftf Sa-j;-. v Ti"x' ,UC Ti' -i'.'. or. from 0 TO to CI 00 b.ijji. i-., jt"Min 7a.uu R-.tiLt.'cr open from 4.00 p. m. to 1.00 1. m. RELIEVES PAIN AND HEALS AT THE SAME TIME The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. An Antiseptic Surgical Dressing discovered by an Old R. R. Surgeon. Prevents Blood of families know it already, and a trial will convince you that SR. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores, Ulcers, Carbuncles, Grnnulatcd Eye Lids, Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases nnd all wounds and external diseases whether slight or serious. Continually people are finding new uses for this famous old remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist Wemennit. 25c, 50c, fl.00 KENTUCKY MANUFACTURERS ARE ORGANIZED Shippers, Whether Manufaoturers 01 Not, WIN Become a Part of the Organization FOR THE GENERAL BETTERMENT OF MANUFACTURING AND SHIPPING CONDITIONS. Title Will De Changed to Kentucky Manufacturers' and Shippers' Association. UNITED FOR MM31. GOOD Advantage of Manufacturing To th Communities of Blue Grass State Hope To Increase Commercial Pres. tine of State by Organization Off! ccrs and Directors Prominent In Commercial Life of State. Organization cf the KcntfcUy Manu facturers' As.acictlon. T'te Kentucky Manuf- c'nrers Aaro cl.- on was organized In April, 191 bj a few manufacturers pad pjlMo'' mm of Kentucky for r'J rrre ,c tli" nr-il beitcrmert o' - ti -Mur In .utioiiit within tho Cc .;..icv. -s. 'l.i THE HON. JOHN FRANKLIN BIBLE, General Manager of tho Mogul Wagon Co., Hopklnsvillc, Ky. Preslden' Kentucky Manufacturers' Assoclt: tlon. MANUFACTURERS AND SHIPPERS COMPREHENDED IN MEM BERSHIP. It Is intended that tho membership shall embrace Manufacturers In Ken tucky us Manufacturers and Shippers, end Shippers as well who may not ba Mnnu'iiclurcrs. In other words, tha Kenit.t.ky Manufacturers' Association Is an organization for Manufacturers and for Shippers In Kentucky. The Title of tha Association Will Bo Chanced to Kentucky Manufactur ers' and Shippers' Association. It haa come to tho realization of tho Omcers and Doard of Directors of tha Kentucky Manufacturers' Association that tha tltlo assumed is too restricted. Tha Association should have been called In tho beginning tho Kontuoky Manufacturers' and Shippers' Associa tion, as Its work is devoted to the In terest of both Manufacturers and Ship pers. It U practically, positively de cided that at the nest Annual Conven tion ot tte Association, which will oc cur la Louitvlllo on April 17th, 18th, and 19th, the tltlo will be broadened to the Kentucky Manufacturers' and Shippers' Association, that it may com prehend la name as well as in fact all of the Interests which it Is its purpose to serve. SHIPPER8 WHO ARE NOT MANU FACTURERS. Every subject and every problem in cidental to the Interest of Shippers will bo given tho samo heedful and constructive attention, ns subjects which concern Manufacturers as Man ufacturers and Shippers. Manufacturing Problems In Kentucky. The manufacturers of Kentucky, no less than the manufacturers of other states, are confronted with tho neces sity for solving many momentous prob lems, which mean much to the individ ual manufacturer, of times more than he conceives or realizes. Can Not Be Solved Individually. Ho can not solve them alone. Such repositions and conditions as are un wholesome and Injuries to manufac turing Interests, In so far as tho re sults to be anticipated are concerned, nuiEt, of course, bo opposed. Such propositions nnd conditions as are meritorious in their nature are to bo supported. Tho individual manufac turer can do little In either direction, therefore, organization Is absolutely necessary. Study and Formulation, The study of many problems which present and the formulation of all ot the reasons for proposod legislation and all tho reasons why certain legis lation should not bo enacted can only be accomplished through concentra tion and organization and by the In strumentality ot the manufacturers' associations and their oQlcers and di rectors In ways not practicable at all or available to the individual manu facturer. , i .11 1 ii Advantage of Manufacturing To the Cc -'unity at Large. To comn.c. . - at large tho ad vantage of m.-.nur et iring Is lnd fed upp.irent. M.inufac. tiring brings pioa I.trlty to cities, to vlll.igcs nnd towns :n which It Is conducted, and In turn rgrlculturnl scct'.cir profit ns well as i o larger distributing centers. Great .. manufacturing. Manufacturers Have the Interest and Welfare of Their Operatives and Employeo at Heart. As a body, manufacturers havo at heart the welfare ot their operatives and employes. Indeed, they can not but be Interested In all such subjects as workmen's compensation and acci dent protection, If only upon the baslr ot so low a motive and Incentive as their "wn personal Interest. Manufacturers re not, as many would-be reformers n.-m to fcol, of necessity, obstruction I ts. They simply ask. In discussion of matters ot this sort, a fair and equitable decision, so that their Inter " .s nnd those of their employes and ;..e public In general shall bo equally t unserved. Many Matters Will Be the Subject of Helpful and Constructive AtU n tlon. Thero are many subjects to which to Kentucky Xtnnufacturers' Afsocla t on will give1 its helpful and construc tive attrntlon. It will give heed to rir.ttcrs having to do with factory In spection, with the study of expedients for fire prevention, and with meth ods of improving risks, with n view to reduction of rates of Insurance. It will give heed to problems of trans portation, equltnhlo rates ot freight end the fair adjustment cf nil prob lems In connection with transporta tion. There will bo committees rharged with special atfentlonto cer tr!n problems and dllllcultles of man r'neturers In general, which the Indl i li'ual Is powerlefs to do. Every ques-t'-.n which concert's manufacturing o1: 'n'rrrft to manufacturers will onter I- o the business and tho calculation rf the Kentucky Manufacturers' Asso c'.: tlon. Taxstlon. Kor instance, there Is the subject of :ttlon. which Is of vital import to :nufaclurers, and to which the Ken- ( ky Manufactuie s' Association wll' ' 'rcss It3 most careful and intelll- it attention. Neither Local nor Sectional. Tho Kentucky Manufacturers' Asso c ntion represents every section of Kentucky, yet being neither local nor "t!onal. Tho officers of the Asso - i.-uion are: President John Franklin Bible, The Mogul Wagon Co., Hopklnsvillc, Ky. First Vice President Philip S. Tuley, The Louisville Cotton Mills Co., Louisville, Ky. Second VIco President J. W. Allen, Tho Owcnsboro Wheel Co., Owensboro, Ky. Treasurer F. P. Toof, Cohankus Manufacturing Co., Paducah, Ky. The Directors of tho Association are: Mr. Philip 3. Tuley, President and Treasurer The Louis vlllo Cotton Mills Co., LoulsvllV Kentucky. First Vice President Kentucky Manufacturers' Assocli tlon. F. A. Ames, The F. A. Ames Co. Owcnsboro, Ky.; R. A, Cochran, Mays vltle Cotton Mills, January & Wooi Co., M'tysville, Ky.: F. H. Delkor, De1 ; er r rs." : :; iy Henderson. Ky. i.eorgH T. Herr. The Owensboro Fox ing Co., Owcnsboro, Ky.; II. Sihue .an, Can-olltoi. Fu.nlture Mfg. Or ' uiollion. Ky-: O. O. Dickinson, D1-: ,isoii Uros.. Glasgow, Ky.: Charles D i". tes, Tumor, Day & Woolworth Han .: 1 Co., Louisville, Ky.; Wm. R Hardy "' Inly-Manly Co, Louisville, Ky.: tr.es Small, Manager Central Clt; -al &. Iron Co., Cuntral City, Ky. 'ca Z:rlni, J. W. Earing Grain & H Co., R'-.'Iimyul. Ky. V.Vhcr P Dlckerscn. General Secre-.-:-y, x v--t and Louisville, Ky. The , 1 precepts of the Ken tucky Mi cturers' Association tn.ij he ermiici.. 1 as follows: To associate resourceful men In th pin pore to rustnltujitrength to m.int tcttiror8 and the manufacturing and commercial proetlge ot tho State ot Kentucky. To unite tho manufacturers of Ken tucky In ono common cause. To take a positive Interest In tho functions and acts of the state affect ing taxation, legislation, transporta tion and all other subjects of Interest - manufacturers. To attract manufacturing Industries ty tho Improvement ot, manufacturing :ondlllons. To maintain an organization to get results and therefore be deemed i i rthy of tho full nnd ready support of the Kentucky manufneturors. To es;:'j:r',i co.r.ita departments tiT nni'y. :-, tpsea-t-i :.:id study of all the nr. .iiios, elcmen.s and factors of advancement and prosperity. The Annual Dues From the Member ship to Be Graduated and Mem. bers to Be Divided Into Claises. It Is likely that some change will bo made In the Annual Dues paid to tho Kentucky Manufacturers' Association by the membership. Heretofore, tho fco tins consisted of a flat rate of $25 for each for all classes ot Manufacture era and Shippers, The Officers and Hoard of Directors now believe that tho membership should be divided Into several classes based on tho numbc. Walter P. Dlckerson, Newport and Louisville, Ky. General Secretary Kentucky Manufacturer' Association. of emi !cyc3 en tho pay-roll of mem bers. For in mce, Class A wou'd consist of ir.-:nber3 employing not more thnn five operatives; Class 13, more than five and under twenty-five operatives; Class C, more than twenty five and under fifty operatives; Class D, pioro than fifty and under ono hun dred operatives; Class E, more than ono hundred operatives. For each class It Is proposed to mako a special feo. Class A, employing less than five, operatives, would have the lowest rate, nnd Class F, employing more than one hundred operatives, would be entitled to pay the maximum rate. Annual Convention of the Kentucky Manufacturers' Association In Louisville, Ky., April 17th, 18th, 19th, 1913. The Annual Convention of the Ken tucky Manufacturers' Association will be called to order at Louisville, Ken turk In the Convention Hall of the Hotel Henry Wattorson on April 17th, 1913. The Convention will continue April lSth. A Banquet to tho Manu facturers and Shippers in Kentucky and their guests, will take place on tho evening oi April lSth, at 7 o'clock. April 19th wi.i be devoted to the meet ings of Officers, meeting and organi zation of the now Board of Directors, and the appointment and meetings cf Committees. It Is planned to make the Conven tion of the Kentucky Manufacturers' Association one of the greatest Indus trial and Commercial gatherings which has ever taken place In Kentucky. The Officers and Directors of tho Kentucky Manufacturers' Association have Invited many eminent men from neighboring States and many promi nent Kentuckians to address the con vention on Industrial and Commercial subjects and on other subjeots of In terest and Importance to Manufactur ers, Shippers and Business Men. It Is planned to make this convention one of the greatest industrial and commer cial gatherings which has ever taken place in Kentucky. Several Governors of great States will be in attendance. TRUE KENTUCKY HOSPITALITY. Our reputation for hospitality de mands whother ho are members ot the Kentucky Manufacturers' Associa tion or not that we gather in goodly numbers to greet the guests which we have urged to bo present, and to ex tend tho right hand ot fellowship and to entertain the strangers who will be within our gates with tho warmth and spirit of cordiality which Is the birth right and the heritage of our people. Every Industrial Organization In Ken tucky United to Send Delegates. Every Industrial Organization In the Stato of Kentucky, Commercial Asso ciations, Business Men's Clubs, Iloard3 of Trade, Chambers of Commerce, Commercial Clubs, or any similar Or ganizations, are urged to accrodlt und send to Louisville, Ky., in attendanco upon the KHN'TUCKY MANUFAC TUItKItS' ASF OCIATIO.V. two or more delegates to take full part In proceed ings of the Organization. The Mayor of Every City and Town In Kentucky Urged to Be Present. The Mayor of every class of city in Kentuoky, from .the first to tho sixth class, is invited to coma to I.oulsvlllo and attend In person tho meetings ot the ASSOCIAT ON. A successful con vention of Kentucky Manufacturers and Shippers means much to the fu ture welfare and Industrial and Com mercial prosperity ot Kentucky. Mu tual Co-operation is tho order ot tho day. It builds great states and great cities and towns, The) "pull together" Is the "pull" which counts. Nothing In tho lino ot human endeavor Is lm possible. Therefore, every man inter ested In tho welfaro ot Kentucky should Interest himself In this coming Convention ot Kentucky Manufactut era and Shippers. , For Loss of Hair Wo will pay for wlint you use It Rexnll "93" Hair Tonic does no promote the growth of your hair. fn ill oi r rrperienco with half tnrncs I'eoii 1 ,it has done moit to fain oi.r conVlcnce is Ilcxa.ll "93" lair Tin.lr, We have such well founded faith in It that we want you to 'ty It at our risk. If It does not mtirly you in every particular. we win pay ior wnar, you.uis 10 ina extent of a 30 day treatment. If Iteiall "03" nab- Tonio doe not remove dandruff, relieve aealp irritation, stop tha hair from falling; and promoU a new growth of hair, eomo back to us and aak us to return the money you paid forlt, and wo will promptly hand it back to you. You don't siKn anything, promise any thing, bring anything back, or in any way obligate yourself. Isn't that fair? Doesn't It stand to reason that we would not mako such a liberal offer If we did not truly believe that Itexall "03" Hair Tonio will do all wa claim for It that It will do all and mora than any other remedyr We have everything there is a de mand for. and ara able to Judgn the merits of tha things we sell. Cus tomers tell us of their success. Then ars more satisfied users of Itexall "03" Hair Tonio than any similar preparation we sell. Start a treatment of Ilexall "03" Tlalr Tonio today. If you do, w believe you will thank us for this advice. Two sito bottles, 60c and SI. You can buy Rexall "03" Hair Tonle In this community only t our store! , St. Bernard Mining Co., Incorporated Drug Dept. Earllngton Tht JajcafijJ Stort Kentucky There Is a Rexall Store In nearly every town and cltv In tha United States, Canada and Great Britain. There Is a different Raxall I Remedy for nearly every ordinary human Ul i aach especially designed (or tha particular Ul for which It Is reoommeLded. The RauU Storaa ara Amtricm'a Qraataat Drug Storaa Real Friend. Thero Is one friend who will never fall you while you havo hands to move nnd a brnln to. plan. In yosr dreariest hours she will bo your sweet refuge, and In times of prosperity sho will guard you from "tho prido which goeth before a fall." She will bring you long nights of restful sleep at the end of your busy days and when other friends grow careless or disdainful, sho will absorb you more and more. Her name is Work, and neither the highest nor the lowest can bo happy for long without her. To Cure a Cold In One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It atops the Couch and Headache and works off the Cold. Drueglsts refund money if It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S lna.lre on each box. 25c. Title o,f Pope. It is uncertain when the title popo was first used. Tho earliest lnstanco wo can clto, is that of Heracllus, Pa triarch of Alexandria, In 222. It In still the ordinary title of parish priests In tho eastern Greek church. In tho west, It continued for several centuries to bo applied to bishops gen erally, but It was restricted to the Roman pontiff by Gregory VII. In a synod, held at Itorao in 1073. When He Was Late ''What made you so lat-?" "I met Smitlison." "Weil, that la no remon why you houltl ho :m hour late getting home to suppf-r." ' I know, but I atked him how he wan feeling, mm he liiBiMHii on tell In me about hl nioniach trouble." "Did vi.ti tell u tn to take Chain berlnln's Trthlnt-?" "Sure, that is what he needs." Sold hv AM DenlcrB. Wife's Ashe3 as an Ornament. An Ingenious method of disposing of the ashes of a cremated body has to be recorded. After a woman had been, cremated the husband took the asheo to a chemlBt for tho purposo ot ex tracting the Iron, which ho Is aoyf wearing set in his ring, as ono would wear a diamond. .Every family thot has children is liable to have croup: Invariably at nlKht If HA L LARD'S HORE. HOUND SYRUP & kept In tho hnime. it i-avwH Koluij after the nied IctiiiMHt an inconvenient time and .)K,euT ,,,H nt,t.Hck l'r"mpt!.v. Price 25a. 60o and $l.oo per bo.'tle. Sold bv St. Bernard Mining Co., Incor porated, Drug DHpartmei.t. 1 -.ii -. . Strong In Memory. Rural winter Joys increase In an Inverse ratio to tho square ot the dis tance, or words to that effect. It will bo noticed that Whlttier did not write "Snow Bound" until after he had become a city-dweller and the memory of frosted noso and cars and tingling hands and feet had becomo dimmed and vague, A too accurato niomory. like acute truthfulness, is a terrible handicap for a real poet. Just as (t is to an editor. For earache toothache, paln, burnt, scalds, ser" throat, try D,, Dumas' Eclectic Oil, a tplandid ieindy for emciitenclet. Hare -ureecnes" oinie. A "breechos" Iliblo, dated 1C01, was recently bequeathed by Dr. William P. G. Mlnok of Dublin to his brother, the Rev. Gibson J. II. M. Black. This Is tho translation I a which Adam and Evo aro described as making them selves "breeches" ot flgloaves. The authorized version uses tho word 'ap rons." Birds Voracious Feeders. As Instances ot tho amount ot food some birds consume, the Rev C. T. Phillips, vicar of Ivcglll, a well known Cumberland naturalist, tho oth er day found In the crop of a wood pigeon ho shot HO beech nuts, whilst) another wood-pigeon had devoured raoro finely-chopped trnnlp leaves than ha could bold In tho palm of bis band.