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BNRY GOOKEL
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER
AND DhAtMt IN
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
No 12il South Third Hired
Telephone 274
PADUOAH
KENTUCKY
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W H PITCHER Dentist
UI N 3d Sr
GROUND FLOOR
TiTtlfXlnielnl ami rillt d wllliout imIii
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ONLY FlUST UIiASS
DONK
My Blacksmith
Shop
WOJtlt
Mfinbir WmtiTti Awnrlalliti and Normal
bcliool MaIhih if PamlilK
Mr M J Koncens
Dancing School
Now ojicii for lifgiiincra ut Cctll
inn Hull CliiHses for Imlloa gun
tluiium mill children lrivnto lot-
hoiih nt nil hours For terms nnd
full pnrticulnra call on or mhlrasq
Olllco New Ulohmonil Tel IttC
Is it 10 South Second street and
would liku for you to share your
pnlronngu nith me 1 have
wagons that 1 will let you use
free while yours nre under re
pairs Work guaranteed
E H POTTER
V- Stflam
jR Laundry
J W YOUNG SON
Proprietors
105 HKOAJiWAY
tiliiiom 2110
iie us jt tir lnuidry if 3011 want
llrst ilatis work and prompt dc
limy
Wall
Paper
Weiu Talwuys the llrst to shew
our
FALL STYLES
In nil tho latest
ilihigua and colore Theyre iu now
ready for jour inspection
Iiuest line uf
Picture Mouldings
In tho City
Have you seen tlio latest
A YARD OF FACES
Trices Iteasonnblo for GOOD work
L P BALTHASAR
r3 Hwny Under 1aimkii Holsk
For An Easy Shave
or Stylish Hair Cut
no to
JAS BRYANS BAPBER SHOP
105 IMOAmVAY
Nice Bath Rooms in
Connection
A W GREIF
JIVStrACTUIIKU OK
Carriages
and Buggies
ALL KINDSOFBLACKSMITHING
DONE TO ORDER
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
222 221 Court Street
Ilctweeu Second nail Third
UndQderujjd IU lint Ij
now JiOnl Sfliuimrt
ig tho HUtwit over jul
riuuuiuss at rniiij
tlo for
Struct
Hoarders wantoil
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Tlio West Kml Drnmntlo Coin
pnny Clul nlll repent tlio perforin
niico ulvcn Inst Snturdny nt tlio numb
Dlnio next Snturdny Tlili is tlio
hew JiivoiiIIo drnmntlo organization
Hint plnycd in Jlr Geo C Tliomp
nona nttlo Inst Sntuntny toncromlctl
house Among those who tusutnc
lending rolcn the Sln neglected to
inniitlnn IVflmi Cnrlinn Snnell wlici In
vw w m w - - -
ciist of tlio most promising in the
Chrislnins is one month from to
il Ay n very short time nnd nn inter
vnl Hint will recede Into tlio pnst with
n celerity trnoly rcinnrknblo The
holldny rush will soon be on nnd tho
tool of the tin trumpet nnd tho crack
of the lire cracker mnko
merry the welkin will gladden
tho heart of the smnll
hoy ns well as Hint of the smnll girl
ChrlstmnH will doubtless be celebrat
ed on njnrgcr scnle than usual this
year ns there nrc fewer men out of
employment than Inst
Iaducnb has the prettiest streets
iu the state In pleasant weather re
marked nn old inhabitant yesterday
nnd tho worst iu the United Stntcs
in rainy weather When I was n
young man they used to cnll the city
miid itcali in bnd weather nnd
lnd iicnh iu pretty weather nnd
even now if you attempt tq cross the
streets in some places you have to
swim
Tliis is true Iiowcver of most
level streets where there is little
drainage nnd much trnlllc like there
nrc here
a
Hypnotism is something that nn
intelligent person can hardly doubt
in view of the fact that it is rtcog
tilled by tho ablest scientists iu the
world as one of the now sciences nnd
yet something that few people can
follow the tlictntcs of their own rea
son nnd believe
One young man who had nlways
been skeptical iu regard to it went up
on the stage last night at Irof Mar
tins entertainment to satisfy himself
whether there was anything in it or
not When be left the opera bouse
after the performance be expressed
himself ns being thoroughly con
vinced and sworo to his most inti
mate friends that he had no remem
brance of doing any of the ridiculous
things the large audience saw him
do while under tlio potent influence
of the hypnotist There is only one
way to satisfy ones mind nntl that
is to go up niul nsccrtniu uy exper
ience
There is enough in the career of
Oliver Allard whoso wife recently
brought suit against him at Metrop
olis for divorce nnd alimony to fl 11
a large sized novel
Yesterday Attorney Iiglitfoot filed
the answer to the petition in the Me
tropolis circuit court which docs
not attempt to deny some of the
charges but claims that she connived
nt them
It snid that ti deliberate conspiracy
will be unfolded in the trial of this
case where Allanl was inveigled into
tlio marriage by relatives of the
woman Allnrds petition is pa
thetic nnd for the llrst tunc in years
he is said to have shed tears when
reviewing his past life to bis lawyer
He saw tho womans picture once
while iu Metropolis nnd her relatives
scut for her to come nnd visit them
for tho express purpose it
is nllcgcd to throw them to
gether Allnrd is rich and
the catch was regarded as n good
tiling They were married Al
lard had for six years preceding his
union with the young woman been n
regular attendant at church and bad
overcome his habit of drinking He
claims that the woman not only sent
out and got whisky for him but on
many occasions deliberately imbibed
witli hint and was responsible for n
great ileal of his short comings The
answer nlso charged Infidelity on her
part
The case is of importance to the
defendant nnd involves thousands of
dollars of his estate
DRIFTWOOD
jathikid on the lkvui
Little business
was doing on the
levee this a in
The little tug Lizzie
passed down
litis morning
Tho Dick Kowlcr ns usual
was
away on time to Cairj this n in
The Clyde nrrived from St Louis
this morning en route up the Ten
ucssee
Tlio Joe Fowler was in nnd awny
for KvausTillo this morning nt 10
oclock
The little packet Ashland City
cleared for Danville on sohodulo lime
this n m
Tho towboat Victor pnsscd down
yesterday nfcruoon with n tow of
produce boats
Tlio City of Clnrksvillo will nrrivo
hero this afternoon nnd leavo on her
return to K town at noon tounrrow
The 11 Dunbar left hero nt noon
for Nnshvillo and will In tho future
ran in tho upper Cumberland river
trade
dipt W II Lcyho nrrived in tlio
city from St Louis yesterday to look
after his boats which nrc hero to re
main throughout tho winter season
dipt Lcyho has contracted with the
murine ways to do his repairing
work which will amount to a great
denl Tlio work of repairing his
Imrges was started yesterday by
little tug Kcho bringing down u
model hnrgo from tho licet to
pulled out on tho ways
Kviiryfwn whr
I
as noro rv this
llstlM rffintvn Miedipinobeforoit
maiihcmiivrtcTi
his
big
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MARI
Performed My Prof Miirli
Night
I
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Luriro anil Appreciative Croud
ntiMortoiiH Ojioru lfouo
Irof W J Mnrtln cntcrtnlncd n
largo crowd nt Mortons opcrn hpuse
with his Astonishing performances of
mind rending spiritualism nnd hyt
nollsiu lost night
His nudicnco was composed of In
telligent -cultured people who fully
appreciated the unparalleled enter
tainment Irof Mnrtln first gnvenn
exhibition of spiritualism then of
mind rending
Volunteers were solicited to go
upon the stngo nnd form n bridal
party Several responded nnd
Irof Mnrtln was blindfolded being
led nwny fiito the wings by Mr
LUIchnrd Gcngcn Mr W O Mc-
tndden tlio photographer arranged
the group Mr I D Wilcox being
selected to olllcintc ns minister Mr
Will Kaltcrjohn ns groom nnd Mr
James Itudy as bride Messrs 1
loungnndT H Lylc were attend
ants the group was dispersed then
nnd each gentleman resumed his sent
UD011 tbc stauo Irof Mnrtiu was
led In still blindfolded nnd holding
to Mr Mcr miliars band selected tho
respective members of tho party one
nt n time nnd stood than in the exact
Biot they were placed by Mr
Met addon
Then followed the hypnotic feature
of the entertainment A call for
subjects mot with n hearty response
and there were many familinr faces
on tho stage
Hoppy Little furnished amuse
ment for some time He saw nn im
aginary trick ruulo performing his
antics nnd went through the most
ludicrous paroxysms to laughter
Will Uaker was brought to only
to find himself embracing nnothcr
hypnotized subject whom ho sup
posed was Snllic
Irof Martins two best subjects
nrc young men ho carries with him
who nrc very susceptible and who
both were made to imagine nt one
time that they were respectively Win
Mclvinloy nnd Wm J llrynn mak
ing speeches in behalf of their erst
while candidacies
One young mnn a professional
subject just before the conclusion
fell as if struck ns a result of ouc of
the professors hypnotic delusions
and water had to bo thrown ou him
to revive him The entertainment
was in nil respects instructive ns well
ns interesting One of tlio most
amusing features was the hypnotiz
ing of n darkey in tho gallery who
swung down nnd dropped to the
floor moving upon the stage nt the
professors bidding
GRAPE TH EVES
Two Colored Boys Go to Jail for
the Winter
Stoic ii Hnftkot of Grapes From
Mr Kd Iloiuls Lust Night
I didnt go iu no house an steal
dem gropes protested Clnyburn
Cowhoru in Judge Sanders court
this morning He and Henry Jcu
ntngs who are both colored boys
with tarnished reputations were
charged witli stealing a basket of
grapes from Mr Kd lionds last night
You want to plead not guilty
then replied Judge Sanders
No I tuk do grapes Cowborn
interpolated but dcy wuz on do
outside ob do store
W hat did you do Jennings was
asked by his honor
O I jes wuz wif Mm answered
Jennings as he gracefully applied his
coat sleeve to his probocis an I
sod les pay for cm an he wanted to
tekem wifout it so we tuk em
Mr lionds stated that tho grapes
were stolen from his store ami that
ho notified the police
Uotli boys were held lo answeratid
in default of bond went to jail to
spend the winter
1 UTRHLL FKKi
Given the ltiMiclit of tlio Doubt
by Juilgc Sandcra
Henry Futrcll got the benefit of
tho doubt in Judge Sanders court
this morning and was discharged
from custody
Ho was tried yesterday for using
insulting language towards Iko
Cohen tho Second slroet merchant
Ho sworo that ho did not uso the
language charged and that Mrs Co
hen caino to tho door with a pistol
aud threatened to shoot him
Cohen and his witnesses sworo that
Futrcll did uso very insulting lan
guage and that Mrs Cohen had no
pistol Tho latter however whilo
refusing to testify in court admitted
to having tho pistol
Jittlgo Sanders commented on the
case saying that Futrcll was corrob
orated by his witnesses to such an
extent that a rcasotiablo doubt was
created hence he dismissed the
warrant
FOUND fSUlLTY
Lawrence Uloro Fined for Viola
tion of Depot Ordinance
Lawrence Gloro tho hackman was
today llucd 85 and costs for violating
a Union depot ordinance prohibiting
tho solicitation of patronage ou 111-
platform
Judge Sanders stated iu rendering
tho decision that ho would hnrcnfUr
seo that this ordinance is enforced
It specifies that no hackman shall
leave the cnrrififH door yhlp a train
M under tho elicdi
An Fleguiit Ilvcu of Itiinltuiv
That niodiolno enso given free to cus
tomers of Winsteadu ilrug store con
ner Sovcuth and Wnshlugton Sec it
o281tuo
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DEPARTMENT
auiuins
Ill bind sirwi Churrh Mrtiini Sua
day M hiNi a m Irwitblng li a lit and
111 iierr m raimer pamor
Iliirku Chai nh A Ohio MMholltl Hon
ayeliiol Itm 1rmrMnc ll am and S p
a Iler K S llurka tmawr
Waahlhtjlon Htrwt llaptkt Ckuron
shool 9 a iu trichlBr l net Uro
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Mermth atrpil tltitfit Phitwt uuiav
r hoot 9 a m lrmrlitng II a m and p in
uer w H llaker tmitor
Si Hani A M K rhiirrh Mimdar Khioio n
in prracMnst Ham ami p in Itev J u
Statifunl pintor
St Jam A M II church loth and Irlmbl
street Sunday aehool t p m preaching Jp
m Ilev O J Stanford pastor
cuiuitni ioiniizs
MASONIC
Maaonli ILall 221 llrocitlway third Moor
Ml MrUrriror Lodge NoW Mwinewry Hrt
Thursday i cnlnjr In each month
Ml Zln LoIkc No 6 Meet every rt
Wednemlay ett niiift In each month
HiMHnnah l ourl No 2 Ladles Meet every
fourth Monday In each month
UineFinnre Lodire No X Meeta orari an
cond Monday in each month
INDKPKNbKNT OIlDKIl OK 011 FELLOWS
Odd FellowV Ilall ke cor th nnd Adam
Itouaehcld of Huth No 18 Mctn tlrtt and
thlnl Friday evening In each month at Colored
Odd KclloHM UalL
Iadural Lodge No lSM Meela every
and third Monday lu each month at Co
U11 renown Hall
Him
Cblorwl
ladurah Patriarch No 79 0 V O O F
Meeti every iwcond Trlday erenlnir In each
month at Colored Odd Kellowt Ilalll
IAAtUrand Master Council No TC Meeln
every fourth Friday evening In ouch month at
Colored Odd Fellows 1111
Western Kentucky Lodue No 2iimai
every eecond and fourth Tuwday evening In
each month at Colored Odd Fellow Hall
minir Mens lrlde Lixliru o ITM Vwt
every eecond and fourth edntwday evening
u cm iuuuiu ui uuiiuiiTiu u iiroauway
INITKI IlltOTIIKUS OF FlilF NDSIIII
St Paul fodge No 05 Meets every second
and fourth Monday evening In cash month at
131 llaoadway
Platers of the Myaterlnus Ten 8t No
Si Meets the Urn Tuesday In each month at
131 Ilroadvray
Golden Hule Temple Meets second Thurs
day in each month at 131 Uroadwav
333 f k t 777
Ceremonial Temple No I meeui first and
third Tuwday ulght In each month
GoldenltuleTabernacIo No IS meets rlrst
and third Wednenday nights lueach month
Sueen Saral Tabernacle No 3D meets ee
and fourth mouday nlKbts In each month
Madallne Tabernacle No 2 meet llrst and
tbjrd I huisday nights in each month
Lly of the West Tabernacle No ft meets
second and fourth Thursday nlvtits In cli
montb
1rlJeof FaducahTentNo Vineets Hrat tat
urday afternoon In encb month
iitarof Iaducah Tent mrets sieond Satur
day p m In each m nth
Lily of the West Tent meets third Saturday
p m In ench moiph
1 rand Army of the Republic meets second
and fourth TneMlay nights In each month in
U It T hall over Martin s barber shop
Grand Thanksgiving services at
Murks Chapel corner Seventh and
Ohio streets preaching nt 11am
sharp Dinner will be served by the
ladies of liurks Chapel nt 12 noon
lasting till high 12 Also there will
be a grand Thanksgiving concert at
the above church at b oclock p m
There will be plenty to cat for the
poor maimed halt and blind You
cant afford to miss this feast of
good things Mrs Carrie Dreury is
superintendent of the refresments
G II Burks pastor
Mr nnd Mrs Gen J Russell en
tertained ou the 23d iust in honor of
Mr Lewis Guiun of Johnsouvillc
Tcnn Among those proseut were
Masses Ituthia Cnrtw right Ellen
15oyd Laura llrowu Linda Cart
wright Florence Hayea Lzzic
Gaines Klla Patterson Mintic Daw
son ueorgia tjartwriglit bopiiio
Cartwrtght Anna Jamison Luhc
Franklin laulino House Mar
yVebb Hatlic Hayes Nettie Ma
tbows Messrs Lewis Guinn Will
blioke Kicliard Moutgoincry J L
Hamiltoti J W Casey Dcbo A J
Adams A A Ashford George
Grundy Charles Moore Churchill
The devil can cite scripture for
liis purpose An evil soul produc
ing holy witness is like a villiau
witli a smiling cheek a goodly apple
rotten at tbc heart O what a
goodly outside falsehood haUi That
fellow whoever he may be who com
missioned himself to reform society a
few days ago nnd raise the general
statu of thoc in social circles
schools and churches iu this eity
should remember that some of his
past actions still live to condemn
him before tho present and coming
generations If you nro not right at
heart joining churches will not
eradicate your sins Your sins must
bo forgiven from a higher power
than your paster before you aro
eligible of leading others tlitough the
quagmires of life
It is a strange fact that thoso who
livo iu the largest gjass houses throw
the largest stones at his neighbor
GlTCIlf
Is Kentucky u Free State
llcase allow mo space to reply to
an article of recent tlatc saying that
Keulucky is uotja frco state I deny
tho charge against one of tlio grand
est states in the Union It is very
strange to mo that the entire state
should be charged witli the cowardico
and outlawcry of Marshall county
The white people said in tho days of
slavery when one negio would steal
all tlio nogrocs would steal nnd if
one nas mean they nil were mean
Thats not true by a great deal
There nro good anil bad among nil
nations Tlio laws of this state arc
all right and n we need is tlio laws
executed I have travelled through
every county in tlio state aud l found
some of tho grandest and noblest
Inw abidinj people iu the world I
am a Kcntuckian by birtli and was
raised in Kentucky 1 know of her
falling from graco several times as
did other stales and yet her laws say
she is n frco state Now then oxc
cuta them and wo will bo satisfied If
I want to chargo a man I charge him
and not everybody If I want to
kill n man I kill Mil nnd do not try
to kill everybody Ntuno your inan
and dont play tho part of a coward
ncn you soy Kentucky is not n free
state you indtrcotly say that every
good moral man whilo or colored
oudorsos mob law when there isnt a
moral man nur high churchman that
believes iu it Lot Marshall county
repent her sins by enforcing tho law
and bringing tho culprits to justice
but do not charge tho state of boiiijr
disloyft1
Yours for tho good of both rncos
G J S
Hruced studio 112 South Third
Tho only first clnas gallery iu thocity
Joiug first class work nt rctuouablo
I rices u30 1m
ubiouvn
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Illinois Washed Coal -
If you want tho best coal in tho city you can set it
Illinoifl Coal Company who handles the celebrated
of
ST - LOUIS AND BIG - MUDDY - COAL
No clinkers no dirt but pure clean coal Our Egg
Coal far excels all other coal for grates or g toves Our
Washed Pea Coal boats tho world for furnace or cooking
We only chargo one price the year around The poor
get their load of coal as cheap per bushel as the rich
their thousands of bushels Try our coal and you will
use no other Lump 10c Egg 9c Washed Pea 6c
Your Letters
Will Copy
Themselves
The boat copy book on earth
Will copy with any kind of ink
und without nny pross or trouble
Saves time and money They
nro now in use nt the following
plneos nnd givo GENERAL
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Phillips Savings Bank and
Sun otlicc
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105 Summer Street
Boston Mass
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When Yoil Want Something To
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD
REGULATE YOUR LIVER
AND ERADICATE ALL
POISON FROM THE SYSTEM
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Brinton B Davis
ARCHITECT
Olllco Am Gcr NatJ Bank Bldg
JOHN BULLS DINNER
Unlike tho American Ue Itefralna from
Variety
The averaffo Britons dinner is not
is varied it meal as tlio Americans
Soup n joint some cauliflower or cab
batfe rhubnrb tart and custard and lie
te through Cauliflowers are Brown tn
untold quantities and nro cn iter und de
licious cuttinp like butter nnd melting
In tho mouth like cream It wms to bo
tho favorite egetnble Gooseberries
aro grown to an astonishing size nnd it
Is common to hvv them thrcc qunrtow
of an inch in diameter They are served
with custard unit nro mado Into tarts
always delightfully palatable I think
gooseberries and custard or gooseber
ry tarts art the fnvorlto British dessert
In summer They deserve the estima
tion In which they nro held
In America we worn only to lie in our
Infnucy on t raw berries I ncu r saw
any strawberries uutll I came her
They are as large as Georgia poaches
I hardly belleud my eyes when I saw
some line ones first I funded they were
wax It Is now lu the midst of then raw -berry
season and the in n trnlfieent fruit in
is ehiip ns it is delicious
The aternge Briton has a bit of cold
meat for ten sometimes and home lines
he does not But he will hiivo nn abun
dance of bread nnd cake and jam whllu
tho etening hour is the great time for
drlnkng ten which is swallowed with
out sJnt This is nlso the hour of jam
generally raspberry Jajn butter
breud and tea is considered enough for
tho ordinary khiI here before retiring
Nuhirnlly jum making has grown to be
a line art and it is of a superior quality
Drinking Is unherwil Ales and stouts
aro tho great beverage among beers
whilo Scotch whisky leads by many
lengths nmong tho stronger liquors
Tho Gormans send oer their lager
which Is deemed better than tlio local
brew Men nnd women drink together
In the Htloons and London Is tlio great
est growler riiahlng community on
earth In the Itin t side about all the
children do Is to carry misga of alo to
their parents Tho climntu Is so damp
that the people can stand large quanti
ties of spirits Whisky Is alwitys drunk
mixed liberally with wntor and It Is
not gulped down as with us Time li
taken lu drinking and you seldom see
men rushing In shoving down a glass
of stulT ami running out They halt
think itlxiut it discuss it nnd accumu
late thoir Jags wltuthe greatest delib
oration
Drunkenness Is seen about ns often
notwithstanding this great case-Hiking
as vdth us I think Amorica hus in
horltedthe habit of gutting full on Sat
urday night Tho llust end is wmo
wiint crowded with jogs on that day of
the week
Comparatively few cigars nrc smoked
A good cigar is higher in price than at
home Tho plpo tolxicco is generally
good Pipes are used nearly altogether
and tho coster wherever you sec Id in
has i little whlto clay one stuck In hi
mug It frequently Iiuj a tin cover
and he smokes It with tho mouth up or
down It makes no difference Tobacco
Is not chewed here and they look upon
this greut America habit with disgust
The big hotels are stesdly becoming
AniDiicanlsed but tuo Kiifcilsh will
lmo to iiiiproM considerably lofor
their hiaatuJiltMiirt comfortable or a
iHiuienleut as tluwo in America The
majority of tho lintels look on a room
if a place to sloop uothinirniorc Tlio
lifts tii sonants tlio clwkw eiury
thing Is no slow that It uinketi an
American wild with Impatience Th
n nunta urn wil trained Mid polite
thankinjT you fur everything on earth
When oil tell the chambermaid to
brhij you a towel she inysi Tluurl
ton The greater the number of y Ut
Imposed nu th m the nure grateffi he
claim to lie fur It If j mi tolfi Boots
to go to the dull iti 1 1
stairs ho would sa
bump and would
nu rofJu i iiui
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Louru Cor
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BARNES ELLIOTT
Proprietors Illinois Coal Company
GOtJ COUKT STKEET
V
F J BEKGDOLL
PBOPKIETOIt
Paducah - Bottling - Co
AGENT CELEBRATED
LOUIS OBERTS BEER Of St Louis
In kegs nd bottles
Also vnrious tempcranco drinks Soda Pop Seltzer Water Oronco
b
Cider Ginger Alo etc i
Telephone orders filled until 11 oclock at night during week and 12 oclock
Saturday nights
Telephone 101
10th and Madison Streets PADUCAII KY
Successor to M J Greif
WALL PAPER
WINDOW SHADES
Picture Frames and Mouldings
J as Ao Glaubers
Livery Feed and Boarding Sfables
DEAuEU IN
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Hardware Tinware Stoves
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ELEGANT CARRIAGES
FIRST CLASS DRIVERS
BEST ATTENTION TO BOARDERS
Stable Corner Third and Washington Streets
Tf OY
S should not foreet to REGISTER
and Buy tneir WINDOW SHADES and WALL
PAPER from
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IF they do they will be knoceed out next
November LEE keeps the Largest Stock
and has the best assortment
Weather Strip Weather Strip
To Keep Out the Cold Get your Strips from
C C LEE
Why Prejudice
Insurance
Buy your electric light3 from regular lighting service
day or night Tuko no chances on dangerous street V-
railway ami power wires in your buildings for daylight
service Every lamp burns independent on our lighting
day or uight No dangerous high pressure 500 volt
currcuts sold for lighting service
PADUCAH ELECTRIC CO
M Bloom President
11 IJowuvxi Treasurer
I M KikiiKit Secrutrry
A C Eixstmn Vice Pros and Manager
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Cutlerv
Carpenters Tools Etc
COKNEIt COUKT AISD SECOND STREETS
PADUCAH KY
ESTABLISHED 1864
Miss Mary B E Greif Co
GENERAL INSURANCE
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J Telephone 174
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