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Kentucky Doctor 81111 Agitat
ing the Ilcrnhciin Matter
THE STATE BOARD ACTS
lltlUt lH
t nimtv aav
Doubtful Whether Sec-
rotary McCormlck Will
Concur
THE MEDICAL PROFESSION INTERESTED
Tho matter of permitting Dr Al
bert llcrnhclm Into of Hamburg
Germany to practice medicine In Ken
tucky Is in stain quo nnd there has
been a revival of intercut in the cose
nil over the state among those of the
medical piofcsslon us well as mem
bers in other elates
As will uo doubt bo remembered
DrXUernhclm came to Poducnh in
charged the late iMr Herman Weils
remains and rented nu olllco apply
ing for a license to prncteo
In pursuance of a resolution
adopted by tho stale board of health
however he wns refined n license no
foreign diplomas being recognized for
various reason
Sccictary McCuimlck declined
to grant tho necessary li
cense but since his decision in tho
matter strong Influence has been
brought to bear in behalf of Dr
Dernbcltn on tho board by
eminent physicians iu Louisville
among whom tire Doctors J Stucky
and I N Hloom who are staunch nf n Imri
R lcro
friends oi mo
for the express purpose of taking
some action In the mailer and Presi
dent Matinees among others agreed
that Dr Hcrnhelm be allowed to take
a course of lectures in Louisville
that tnaJMKirU
wiouls Ills Decision
as
requires
that all ftVeign doctortKbcfore being
granted a license inuiI lmvu taken a
full courscVof lectureyin order to bo
cxamiild Lr a didloma and must
also cxhibitT a cerUflcate of having
taken two previous roursca at a col
lege or colleges retognized by tho
Southern Midlcnl Association
In Gcrmlny according to Dr
Hoyd not mbrc tltfiu half the grad
uates of medical oiillegcs are ullowcd
topiacticc liaviog llrst to pass a
very ligid Vstatos examination
Such resolutions A the ono adopted
liKtho Kenfiicky slate bonid of
licalllu IcsiglictUo protect the peo
plo from Itnpotidn which might bo
Attempted by liwoinpeicni iorcigne
and although Hrl JJcinhetm is no
doubt a talcntclVy8ciin lt a Je j
inni innfTiroLiHl to disregard the
boards
catfe
In the
Market Homo Ordinance
Judge Sanders opened court this
morning by donating a nice juicy
roast to some of the newspaper tho
Uegislcr in particular
Their article lelative to his
iau of yesterday in the case ugalust
Mr K K Homw cnargeu nj
placltigjpr sale on the niHikct house
iiroducoprcj iously purchpsed insldo
the city limilSMsnid it was totally
wntruo Tho facUs were not as the
Ueglstcr represented them he
aid and he decided tho case just ex
actly opposite from tho way Ihey
claimed ho decided it
Tho case was that Mr Bonds was
charged with selling goods on tho
market that had 1 n purchased in
side tho city Mi Honda slated that
Borne of tho goods he hod on sale at
tho market house were ordered
through tho Leigh Fruit Company
but that tho bananas ho sold wcro
bought from tho Leigh establishment
from their regular stock
Judge Sanders said that tho caso
was plniu nod his decision was plain
That uH enn place whatever ho
nlcascs on tho tho itarket for 3alo
jUat 80 it 18 HOI mKCRjruiu his bus-
ordinance wcro repealed ho said
ntiy ono could In V up a wagon load
of potatoes or apples or whatever it
might bo from aomo former otter ho
hod gotten to the city nnd then enr
ry It to tlio ninrkcl to sell tit on ad
vanced price nnd the consumer
would have to suffer
These ordinances wcro pawed for
the benefit of the cojsumcr he said
and ho was sorry the Leigh Fruit
Company did not like his decision
Tho Sun reported his decision cor
rectly yesterday
IKATIJ IMIOTOCK APHFlt
Mulcted In the Police Court
opculng
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n jump
ir lln
HOinUg JrOlU lUtllipuia
Lovers
And students of muslu
to miss Hemcnyl
Monday night
h iu
mis
Morning
Tliis morning M L Jtllcy the
Third street photographer wan lined
rrid costs in Judge Sanders court
fot using lasultlug language towards
Hosier Cnitclflcld colored
Too woman went there nnd sat for
a nnllvo ncd did not seem to re
al re licit a payment was claimed In
rdvrncc Ttio photographer admitted
Idling her that she was thick
headed nnd could go to h 1
Jns Egncrwas lined 1 for drunk
enness
STOPPED THE ELEVATOR
It Came Near Crushing ft
Neck
Tho elevator
tucn went up n
stuck
few
Mans
Hut n Heroic 3IcHciifrcr Uoy Got
n Move on Iliiuiolt Once In
His Life
This forenoon Howard Anderson
a Western Union messenger boy
mado his first appearance in the role
1 Tn wna ti tlin ntntnlnr at
Messrs llcrnhclm of lhJ Amcricnn German National bank
Loulstlllc cousins oi in ncrn 1 vnMng to hc h0t8toi
helm the applicant for a license A cnllcmiu cnlcrcil and tic
A meeting of the State Doaid was
yalor cd the evcr lQ g0
ele
up
however nnd
feet stopping
again
There was but a small opening be
tween the enr and the second tloor
m1 tit A itnillnliln1 1 i f 9 f lf M tU I
protege of Dr llloora anil n 8lnrtei to jump Just as ho stuck
ruary apply for an examination by i rollll tie the
m M a J it I A - v
tlioboanl aiosi oi iuo proininoni t u wJU ntuI
doctors in iuomciroiousoi ivvuiuvk
seemed to concur In this decision
but Secretary McCormlck who Is
virtually Invested with supremo au
thority ha not given hi consent
and the Hoard is now awaltx g a re
ply from him
As to what ho will do there is a J
diversity of opinion a great many i
doctors thinking that ho rtVcllncj
to make an exception in this particu
lar case V
IJfprfl Dr Ffiuik Hovtl oi mo
would have broken his neck in an in
stant had not tho active messenger
boy seized the handle aud reversed
it It was stopped and just In time
to prevent n disaster The uamc of
tho gentleman who had such a lucky
cscajM could not bo learned
CHASING CRIMINALS
Deputy Sheriff Comes in From
Tennessee
After Lee Ljlo and Sid Kcdillck
Wanted for Grand Larceny
Deputy Sheriff Stcwnrt of Hig
Sandy Tenu near Paris arrived iu
the city this afternoon in search of
Leo Lvlc and Sid lteddiek who arc
wanted at Hig Sandy on a charge of
stealing n boat which they nro be
llcved to have tloated down on to Pa
ducah Tlic deputy sheriff called on
Marshal ColliiH this afternoon nnd
nftiT a consultation wti3 inform-
el that two men answer
ing the description were living on a
boat nt the mouth of Island creek
Olllccr Wheelis was detailed to ac-
resolutiorfs in this particular company Him up mere nuer tno men
It has attracted uo little at- nnu uiey m iuiw
i x LM tt w nivrtrl ill art rn
tcntionin the medical profession ucpuy a - TiT
Ie Uic a d tob
StHe ultimate outcome III bo re- portedt
yanlel as n prccclcnt
A ROAST
Judge SamlbTS Talks About Cer
tain Newspaper Reports
nUIHVtl tut utMtiu v -
j up near llig Sandy
K OP 1 I LLCTIOX
The Annual OtflccM CliObcn Last
Night
The annual election of olllcers of
Paducah Lodge No 20 1C of P to
servo the term beginning January 1
took place last night at Klks hall and
resulted as follows
Chancellor Commander Alex
Kulp
Vice ChancellorJ P DcLong
Prelate H C JarvU
Master cf WorkEd T Wether
ington
blaster at Arm Kichard Arm
voir of Iteeonls and Seal and
Master of Finance Sam A Hill
Muster of Exchequer T H
Lyne
Trustees Al E Young J M
Waltou
All persons wWuhavo signed their
1 names for ticUtts to tho Hemeuyi
I concert nexySLrtirray nlglit I01
her 7ih nrreWsteJl to o61l aVan
j CtillnH til pfyVM tlimybcr of
tickets yihserlheiWor Hyoing so
beforeVIdayVlieywilf beyglven llrst
nliniuA of seatsX A iotuenf slioiuu so
cuT scats as soXji n poihlo for this
great musical evi
lMtEPAUING TO L1UVL
Rev Uanisey Hack From Memphis
ami His New Church
Hov E B Knmsey relumed this
iwnhi
iu in ijitt
ness house or is not nought Insldo t10 wok of packing up and moving
the city A man can order goods to us ow HOine His llrst sermon
through the commission and produce wus mcctihed Sunday tit tho Hcrnaii
merchants ho said nud sell them on lu btieet church lo a latgo audieucc
i nrLit nrovidod the goods wereni ho wus moat cordially received
LUU - - I -
not bought lusldo the nity and pro
vided they were not llrst placed la a
business house for salo Ihero
Theso wcro both good ordinances
cxnlain If ono
i - n I to
nniwi it would clvo any man will bonotonly tl
it L iLn ilrv uood clothes or feasts but will b
Vi ni from his business house son to all student
Jad BclUl on tho market f thoother piano
cannot afford
oncert ou next
lit performance
greatest oi musicui
i invaluable led
violin voice or
WARS ALARMS
Uoliovcd tliorresident Will Urge
tho Recognition of Cuban
belligerency
ACTIVE PREPARATIONS FOH WAR
Ouvo Ills Life to Snvo That of Ills
Daughter
A COhVEhT NOVICE SUICIDES
Now York Nov 30 Special to
tho Courier Journal There isjiow
a strong belief in tho best informed
circles that President Cleveland will
shortly surprise tho country by rec
ommending vigorous action toward
Cuba This opinion prevails strong
est ninong tho most ultra jingo mem
bers of the senate committee on for
eign affairs Senator Sherman re
cently said ho was satisfied that
President Cleveland would pursue
tho proper policy and Senator Fryo
declared only yesterday that ho had
the best reasons for believing that
the presidents message will bo ear
nestly in favor of recognition though
tho executive wished to leave the
mnltcr with congress
It seems that tho Presidents as
surances to the committee prevented
the passage of a joint instead of a
concurrent resolution at the lost ses
sion ho wanted time to strengthen
the coast defenses and prcparo tho
nnvy for aggresslvo action Since
then tho greatest activity has pre
vailed in both departments and Ihe
work is still going on night and day
I have good reason to believe all
this true from other sources A gen
tleman whose opportunities for Judg
injt of tho prospects for war are next
to those of Olncy Lamont and Her
bert believes the chances nro strongly
in favor of it It is known that Gen
Lee has countermanded his order to
prepare apartments in Havana for
his family It is possible ho may re
turn but with tho expectation of
leaving again on short notice
There is little danger that Weylcr
will change the situation by a victory
over Macco I have bad long inter
views with heads of the Cuban Junta
here who assure mo that Maccos
army is in no danger of defeat I
have seen private letters from insur
gents in tlio field to tho same effect
A I 11 tli IIlaa t Wnvlnr tlitt
t nmiiu at mv vwivT v vjv
he will starve Maceoana torcr mm
to surrender Tho latter has been
gathering provisions and ammunition
for months all cattle from the
plantations havo been driven into the
mountains and though some wcro
scattered by the noiso of recent bat
tles they are within reach There
are besides numerous patches of
ground ou the slopes and valloys of
the mountains under cultivation by
women and children who have been
forced into tho insurgents linos by
Weylers decree Tho first plant of
the banana tree produces one bunch
when this is cut six other buaches
ipring from the saruo roots without
cultivation Sweet potatoes grow
spontaneously from tho ro ts of tho
lines without cultivation and form a
permanent and uufailing supply
tiueapnles are also abuudaut
Besides Maceo thcro arc Gomez
and Garcia with the greater part of
the army unengaged During the
ten years war the insurgents had
onlv 8000 half armed troops now
they havo 40000 well equipped men
more cannon superior small arms
and any quantity of dynamite They
aru sure to hold out until this coun
try Is forced to interfere Should
President Cleveland delay McKinley
will act promptly The sentiment
hero in favor of recognition increases
every day C E S
OUK JERKY AT PRANKIORT
A Call on the Governor That Muv
Have Some Political Sig
nificance
Frankfort Ky Dec 1 Special
to tho Coutler Journal Jerry M
Porter tho young Republican who
last wititnr tlguml as tho only man
In Kentucky who hod bolu Populists
vote and a real ehaoco lo ue eiecteu
senulor onved heto tonight and
culled on tho governor with wlmtie
sult is not knowu Mr Porter w3
ono of Hunters warmest supporters
up to the tlmo of tho latter s fieo sil
ver pledge cspoMite last wiuter
Ioat His Life While Attempting to
Rescue Hl Daughter
Washington Deo 1 A dispatch
received ot thp War Department yes
terday stutos that tlio residence of
Chnplaln M C Blamo nt Fort Hiugr
gold Texas was burned yoiter
doy and both Blaino and his daugh
ter were burned to death Mrs
Jllaiuo escaped uuinjured llio
Chaplulp went upstairs to savo his
daughter and was overcome in tio
ilamcs before ho could make his vy
out
Chaplulu Blaino was a native of
Kentucky but was appointed to tho
mny from Pennsylvania
largely Increased Collection
Lawreucebutg Ky Doc 1 Tho
collections al tho local olllco of Stamp
Deputy James M Posey on taxpald
whisky anion u ted to UG7ol48
dm lug tho month of Novembor tho
largest receipts sinoo August 1831
when tho tax per gallon on whiskoy
was iuorcased from 00 cents to 81 10
They exceed by ovor 83000 tho cob
loutions of last tnotilu aud arc ahead
of tlio corresponding month of last
year 87t13560 This improvement
iv
Highways to be Opened to the Pub
lic Ily PurcliHso of the
County Court
Paris Ky Nov 30 A big step
towurd frco pikes in Bourbon will ho
taken tomorrow Tho toll gates on
neorlv ono hundred miles of roads
I will bo thrown open to travel frco of
loll Tho county court will acquire
in tho next thirty days nearly all the
roads in the county about three hun
dred miles and tho toll system will
bo abolished ou all of them Bour
bon county has recently invested
about 5000 in improved road-building
machinery to bo used in tho bet
terment of its highways
Convent Novice Hangs Herself
Brooksvillc Ind Dec 1 Clara
Fischer a beautiful novico in the
convent nt thin place was this morn
ing found hanging by tho neck nnd
dead in her room Tho young lady
who liad but recoatly entered the in
stitution had lately been despond
ent but no thought of suicide on her
part had entered tho minds of the
sisters
Hugh T Cosgroye Suicides
Louisville Dec 1 Hugh T
Cosgrovc n wealthy box
urcr committed suicide hero thhv
morning Mr Cosgrovc was In tho
ofllco of tho Phoenix Brewing Co
nnd by his manner gnvo no premoni
tion of his intention but without
warning drew a revolver plnccd the
muzzlo to his temple and fired Death
was iuHtautnncous
Lexngton Horse Snlo
Loxincton Kv Dm 1 Tho
winter snlo of thoroughbreds began
yesterday morning and continues
through the week About 1000
head will bo sold A small crowd of
buyers were present and the opening
prices were low
Sentence Postponed
Indianapolis Dec 1 Sentence in
the caso of Percy Sullivan convicted
of raising bills has again been de
ferred ono week to give his attor
neys an opportunity to present their
pleading for a new trial
Proctors lixninfhYig Trial
Itussellvillc Dec 1 Tho examin
ing trial of Proctor the murderer of
Crafton is in progress here this af
ternoon
Know Your Fate nnd Fortune
Consult Mrs Lesley tho wonder
ful gifted blind medium 407 South
Second sJreeL
MARKETS
Reported Dally by LacyOnila Company
Ciiicaoo Dec 1 December
wheat opened nt 811 its
highest point was 81 closed
at 80l4 b
May wheat opened at 842b to
8iK its highest point was 84
and closed at 83 b
Dec corn opened at 234 its
highest point was 23l4and closed
at 23
Dec oats opened at 18b its
highest point was 18 and closed
at 18J
January pork opened at 775
and closed at 87G2
January lard opened at S3 97 and
closed at 8387
January ribs opeued at S3 85 and
closed at 3825
January cotton opened at S764
and closed at S755 C
Money 2 per cent
Testimonial No 14
Once more ladies listen to what
Mrs Almcda Thomas says about
Roncado Tonic About ono year
ago I was takcu sick with female
weakness and nervous prostration nt
Nashville Tenn and for seveu
months was under tho doctors care
and couULgSTno relief I had tried
all the padmt mVdiciuc 1 could buy
here In y adVptMindhc day readiug
about IloncaXlo Toufc In the papers 1
boughtfa bottle jriid the relief was
wonde
better
well th
I adviso
tful I
at uuuu i
iu general
links to
iU my
Signed
Mus
commenced to gel
nd now I am almost
Roncado Tonic and
friends and the public
y at least oue uotiie
Almkua Thomas
700 South Fourth street
Paducah
Kentuey
fit Imttlit litr S
Olllco 1 10 South Third btreot
5o
Kuntiickv silver Statesmen
Many great bilver btatesinen went
to wreck In Kentucky on Fov 3
Their shrieks and walling still echo
faintly over tho pitiless saline
abysses Those acrid waters have
swallowed up lion John Chinn who
has swallowed aud rcgurgllnted so
npich fire iu his limo
tjjleiit s to voico wwou was mu
sweetest ouco the voico which snug
to Mr Bryan after his nomination at
Chicago until sobi shook hi mighty
choit Where aro the mustachlos of
Joo Blackburn Th birds of heaven
roosj on them no more They must
lo bacominir mero fossilized forest
Closed arc the gates of souud which
wcro ever wide open lieneain men
and from which came blasts mid
tumult as fierce
as the Rcoratta rivers that roll
A tho Ut4 Dial reilleaaly toll
Tbelrulphuroueurreiiu down Yaanelt
In th ullliiute clltntu ot the pole
And ovon uobler heads at omisslug
There is no answer when the names
of Pottsey Grubbs and He Lung are
called Hon Tuu Jump is tho only
Kentucky silver statesman of tho first
rank uow vUlblo or audiblo And It
must be admitted that especial tlianKS
are duo on account of Hon Tau
Jump He la a rare man Now
York Sua Dcra
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1ADUOAU KENTUCKY TUESDAY DECEMBEIt I 1000
in tho nolo of stamps is another Indi
cation of restored confident e nnd the
whiskey men here anticipate a
iJt1 Increase in receipts from now on
WHY
V
NOT McCKAMCtiN
IFIENDS INCARNATE
Full Particulars of Brutal Oen
Weylers Recent Order
300 WOMEN AND CHILDREN
Slain In
Mont
Cold IJIood After the
Horrible llrutnlltlvs
r
UNfFEAKABLE TURK OUTDONE
to
Kt West Fla Dec 1 Unable
offish the insurgent armies Con
tain Vieneral weylcr has renewed his
wartn non combatants with savage
encrfyr according to advices rcccjjvtd
here from Havnna It is r f fi that
Weylcr some weeks ngooucd a se
crctordcr to his commanders in the
vnricus provinces to clear tho coun
try of non combatants This order
has been interpreted by tho Spanish
con uandcrs as an edict to massauro
olduen women nnd children and
thctfesUlt Is an appaUing list of
butlicrics
tjl Struch who has been operat
ing jnPinar del Rio at the head of
10W men seems to have been most
ncltre In carrying out Weylers edict
Op November 18 Col Struch and
hta command started out on a raid
TUy visited Rio Hondo Palicios
Pao Real and othrr small towns in
U14 Southern portion of Pinar del
Rio
At every place Col Struch gave
hisUroopers IIccuhc to loot bum and
mrtrder and the result was that every
hamlet visited was destroyed Dur
ing the rld tho Spanish troops mado
pmoners of over 800 Cubans the
majority of whom wcro women and
yiODg girls These unfortunates
weYe fo ced to follow tho troops and
SKomit to the most horrible treat
ment Oa November 22 Col Struch
and bis men began their homeward
march followed by tho old men
women and girls whom they had
made prisoners
On the night of November 23 Col
fetruch and his men drank heavily
Sid then followed one of the most
Lprribio occnrrcnccs of the war In
terned oy drink- tlic bpanisn soldlors
lushed upon the helpless prisoners
pro off their clothes and subjected
uetn to treatment which cannot bo
lescribed in print Finally after
uch orgies as wcro only possiblo to
lends Col Struch significantly told
L ls men that it was no use to be
Y5 Inhered by the Puban cat
tle i lie soldiers took tlio hint and
Immediately began firing on tho old
men women nnd girls Volley after
volley of lead was fired at the
coneiog and shrieking creatures who
bad so lately been the victims of
Spansh bruthhticss until not one was
left pltve The bodies of the victims
were left for the vultures and Col
Struch matched his command back
to headquarters and reported to Cap
tain General Weylcr that several in
surgent camps had been raided and
buut 300 cbels killed
Col Struch and man of his offi
cers were given furloughs In consld
onlioi of their services and returned
lo Havana Since going to Havana
Col Slrucb has been drunk all the
lmc aud has openly boasted of the
an ful slaughter of innocents This
slory is not in the least exaggerated
as it Is mado up of statements which
have fallen from the lips of Col
Struch as ho staggered about tho
cafes of Havana From other prov
inces come stories of massacres of in
uoceuts but none so well authenti
cated as the one related ubovc
Weylers edict offering pardon to
those who surrender is proving to be
simply a device to lure Cubans to
death
Braces studio 112 South Third
street does the finest worlf for the
cheapest prices Calland fee the
specimens A u21tG
Just Received
AT
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NELSON SOULES
100 Pounds
I Iuylers
GEOEGE ROTH
THE TAILOR
Will make you a
Nobby Fall Suit
or Overcoat
CALL ON HIM
N0333 BROADWAY
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Holiday Goods All Displayed
Our stock is ropleto with
domestic manufacture in
the latest things of foreign and
Fine China Gut Glass
fancy Baskets and Handsome Lamps
Selectfng your Christmas Presents now you have first
choice from the leading stock of Paducah
Elegant line of CHAFING DISHES just received
a03 a07 Broadway
10U 117 N Third St
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Shirt huwilouble ribbed
boitoinit and iurl but
tons Vour vhuUe tor
60oa fcMrmnil
Mm Hieca llnil un
derweir bmvy weight
150
irrtuiInK comfort
iibletowrur Irlca ier
uli HNl
Mens
Suits
750
Klnclo breasteJ
tuiuure cut ick
limvy witiiu in
iiallsaiicl checkn
rikiRKrli ItnrO
ami Ilk vel
UuaruutreJ all
wool and fant col
on SU atylr al
1750 a null
Wallerstein OAK
Brothers HALL
HENRY GREIF
3SOUTU TOUUPJ ST
Expert Track Shoeing
I
EXPERT IIOHSESIIOEK
1
Saddle and Harness
Horses a Specialty
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY
PAIRING
IHKSIUFNUK byUll HUOl
RE-
GEO O HART SON
HARDWARE AND STOVE CO
uibuuiuidviiu
321 Broadway GEO ROCK St SON
i fit
W Vy V i
TW Mi
3rd and Bdy
Over
coats
840
IU If aill black
ktrr y ovir ti
mi iiuule
vsiili eWdl col
Iiuk Italian llnwl
und pltkHl iiu
Hlwve llued Vnur
iholo aud til or
OAK
HALL
e Sure Youre Right
on Footwear
Thcro aro lots of tricks in tho trade and they arc
practiced more than you think but not here
t This Store
makes you sure youre right This Store guarantees
you a safe investment for every dollar you put
into tho SHOE wo sell you It is a GOOD SHOE
STORE full of GOOD SHOES at PRICES that
worry our competitors out of their sleep You
can rett easy when you buy your shoes of
rSSPl4 fW
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Heres a Corker Boys
And gold in your pockets ior one and all to SEE that
CALL AND GET
PICKED OVER
225 Mens Calf
Shoes seiiing at
in nil the toes lace or congress
This pi ice is good for one week
cnly v
S15C
YOU A PAIR BEFORE THEY ARE
Cant Hold a Candle
The kind of clothing some houses sell cant hold n enndlc to the kind sold by the Oak Hall
There are three STRONG POINTS about our clothes The make the lit and tho exclusive
ncss of their style The fall and winter suits aud overcoats which we aro now selling are worn
by tho 1JEST DRESSED mon nnd boys in Paducah and they havo gained a complete victory
over all othoi mnkes for stylo aud lowucss of price
Mn Heavy Derby
Itlbbeil biulerwear I -ill
llrovtnantl Mine
50c
M uji lillu llHl
i browna audbl ru k
100
ilk IkiiuU an i U r
vl tA d YiilMIl W
ttiboUe for fim
iwa l in
4 iiuii
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