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50c and 75c buys
Oxford Ties that sold
at $2.00 to $3.00.
I s rvtt lAtjvfjt f 41tjcA
r1 j paid for before leaving store.
Ellis, Rudy &
If suffering from early indiscretions
or later excesses, power and
vitality gone, we are jttbt the parties
you are looking for. We have
a remedy wmw - K".itv; iu
do prompt work and give perfect
satisfaction a remedy very powerful
in its action, aud absolutely
harmless to the system. Results
are obtained in ten days. Lost
manhood, lack of itality and im-
are things of the past when
Ktence is so easily obtained. One
iinr n bottle: six bottles for 5.
Enclose $1 and receive U-NO by
private delivery at your address
game day. Address postoffice box
DK. H. PAJUUtB.
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Another Big Lot of Those Dollar
Black Skirts, at The
The demand for Ihese skirts is so great that we
are unable to get enough of them. So in order that
no one will be disappointed, we will sell only one
to a customer.
For next week only we will sell the renowned R.
G. corset, the most perfect fitting corset in the world,
at the ridiculously low price of 75c. These corsets
are made in black only, and have never been sold
under $1.50. Only one corset to a customer.
500 beautiful all-silk plaid children's ties, regular
price 25c, go this week for 15 cents.
Iu millinery we will sell all our summer hats below
cost. A good straw sailor for 25c. $2 trimmed
hats for 65 cents.
In order to fully introduce our hair department,
we will shampoo the hair for 25 cents, and manicure
finger nails for 25 cents. This offer for one week
only, Tuesday, Aug. 24, we will curl bangs free.
A FEW OF
Fancy Mackerel, three for 25c.
Bayle's Fresh Potato Chips.
Pickwick Club Coffee, three pounds for $1.00.
Nice Fresh Wafer Crackers.
Uncolored Japan Tea, 60c a pound very fine
for iced tea.
New Asparagus Tips.
Try our Bontta. Package
Coffee two pounds
In our Shoe Department
we knock the
.fcottom off our prices.
20 per ct.
Given on any and all
low shoes (no jobs),
for men, women
misses and children.
The Second Street Grocer.
A Birr Hush,
Mr. Albert Ullman, who has been
in Arkansas and Missouri for the
past two months In the interest of E.
Rehkopf & Co., saddle and harness
makers, was called in Saturday on
account of the tremendous rush in the
Nice ash stove wood, delivered
promptly to any part of tho city.
Telephone 29. E. E. Bkll. tf
For the Medal.
Tke gun club is holding its regular
weekly trophy shoot this afternoon at
LaDello Park. Brutus now wears
Now Tin Shop.
W. J. Wolf, formerly with Scott
Hardware Company as foreman, has
opened up a tni shop at No. 216
Court street. He will do all kind3 of
roofing, guttering and repair work.
Guarantees all work to be first-class
and solicits your trade. 21a3
Will All your coal house now
cheaper than anyone. Call and
Ho Mew Odd Follows Hall.
The project to build a new Odd
Fellows' hall on South Third street
where Rodfus' saloon now stands, at
a cost of SC.000, is said, for some
reason, to have fallen through.
The fall session will begin September
13, 1897. Day school, 9 a. m.
to 4 p. m. ; night school, 7 p. m. to
9 p. m. Prices, $2 to $5 per month.
Your patronage is solicited. bo
Another liicycle Accident.
Master Ollie Allard, of Korth
Fifth street, tvas painfully injured
Saturday night at Fifth and Madison
streets by riding his bicycle into a
demolished culvert left open without
a danger light. Tho sewer was
iicrusucu iu u) iuc aircei ruuer, anu
s I I has ow been repaired. Tho young
jnces gooas must De imea ana man was oat as usual yesterday.
Don't forget the Log Cabin excursion
again Monday night, August
23. Leaves wharf at 7:30. Fare
round trip 25c. 21a2
For rent, a three-story business
house on Lower Uroadway. Apply to
R. Rowland. 18a6
Which do you prefer ?
or a casejofjchillsj?
If you had ratherjhave the
we will keep the medicine
you the chills,
Will positively cure chills and
and fever. Money refunded if it
does not cure, at
4 T.M Broadway.
JTliotlcIiiR With Hocks
lUreo boys whoso nnmes
ported by tho Western Union
Ask your grocer for
Use no other starch but
the best made.
arc d I
graph Company's llncuinn as Ua
ntnblo l...;i Unl.nnln n,l Allinr V
kiu. wcro caught breaking glass lnsur
lnlors on tlio poles at the X., C. &
Bti L. Crossing. They will not be
prosecuted unless tho offense Is repeated,
Use no other starch
the best made.
If you want a good pocket khlfa
call on Hnuk liros. & Jones and look
at their importation of Wostenholm
& Rogers goods, just received.
TheKlk Halloon Ascension.
It is Mr. George Roth, the tailor,
who will go np m the balloon nt tho
Klks' labor day celebration, instead
of Undertaker Cbas. Roth. lluslncss
is dull with the latter, but he says his
hopes for n slice of the present prosperity
are too strong to justify him
in making the ascension, even for
Use no (Jhcr starch
the best made.
The cheapest excursion of the sea
on leaves Faducah via Illinois Con
tral railroad, Wednesday, August
25th at 12:10 noon, for Chicago,
only $5 for tho round trip, good to
return until August 31, td
Must IIuo Been Hungry.
Thieves invaded tho larder nt Mr.
W. II. Patterson's on Jefferson
street near Fifth, Friday night, and
after eating everything in sight anil
drinking all tho milk that could be
found, the flonr,sugar and almost the
entire stock of provisions wero carried
Place your orders for rough lum
ber for sheds, walks, etc., with thu
McKinnio Veneer e Package Co. tf
Will Celobrnte Labor Day.
The machinists of Faducah will
come to the front as usual on Labor
Day, with their ever appropriate cele
bration on Sept. Gth at La Uelle
Park for the enjoyment of the labor
ing people. Attorney R. T. Light-foot
will deliver an address suitable
to the occasion.
House for Rent.
Dwelling on North Fourth for rent,
possession Sept. 1st. Apply to Capt,
E. II. Dutt, Palmer House.
Ask your grocer
for Nine O'clock
Dutch Clmrllc Leave.
Dutch Charlie and his wallle wa
gon left on the Fowler this morning
for the Shawneetown fair.
Log Cabin excursion
day night, August 23.
Ask your grocer for
4Neeri Another Ordinance.
There is a continual kick on ac
count of the express wagons that
block broadway near Second street
every day. They so completely ob
struct the street oftentimes that other
vehicles cannot pass. If the council
would pass an ordinance prohibiting
it, it would meet the approval of ev
erybody, except the express drivers.
No-To-Ilc for riftjr Cents.
Ousranteed tobacco habit cure. make ww
toca ttroDc, blood pjre. 60c, (1. All druscltts
All kinds of repair work done at
reasonable prices by W. J. Wolf,21G
Court street. 21a3
Steamboat repair work a specialty
by W. J. Wolf, 21G Court street.
Dr. Edwards, Specially, Kycs,
Ear, Nose and Throat, I'aducah.Ky.
Log Cabin cxcuision on steamer
City of Clarksville and barge Monday
night, August 23. Fare round
trip 25c. 21a2
Asl; jour grocer for Nine O'clock
Washing Tea. 93aG
The ladies of the Catholic church
will give an ice cream supper Wednesday
evening, August 25tb, on
Broadway in the buildiug formerly
occupied by E. 11. Harbour. Proceeds
for the beueQt of the new
church fund. 23a2
Ask your grocer for Nine O'clock
Washing Tea. 23aG
All the Women Out.
Kate Cameron, from Pearl Wilson's
bgnio, who was lined last
week for being drunk and disorderly,
was released from the lockup yesterday.
Tho remainder of her line was
paid. .Lizzto Mclutyre was transferred
to the city hospital Saturday.
JUA'l Tobitco tilt lud Smoke luur life Anaf.
1? quit tobaroo ossily ami forever, bo mac
nef' "jll of life, nervo nnd vigor, tako No "'o-Rl..
tho wonder-worker, ttmmnlte nenk ir p
strong. All drugeltu.Msorll.
Booklet end aamnln fr. ..rl1rr...
SterUog Kemody Ca, Chicago or New York.
Itenl LHtuto Transfors.
T. II. Puryear and wife deeded a
strip of land on Ninth street near
Broadway to Q. Q. Quigley for $500.
Henry Carver and wife deeded a
parcel of ground near Mattisou'3
flower garden to Mr. F. Emery for
Will Hcgin in September.
Assessor Uyrd is making preparations
and will begin listing property
about September 15th.
Did Not Go to Alaska.
Tho Courier-Journal of today says:
Chairman C. M. Harnett, of tho
puiillcan state central committee,
was in the city last night on his way
to California. Ho is not going to
tho Klondyke, but will return to his
Kentucky home in three weeks, after
visiting his brother, who lives in California.
A Grnnil Dunce,
There will be u grand dunce
nt Jones' Hall tonight. All
people are cordially Invited.
School checks from this dato will
pass children 12 years old and under
only . Puducah Street Uallway
GREATEST SALE OP
Clothing and Shoes
EVER HELD IN THE CITY OF PADUGAH.
Our buyer has just returned from the cast, where he has purchased
the entire bankrupt stock of Carl Schmidt & Co., of
Chicago, which was one of the best selected stocks of Shoes
and Clothing in the city of Chicago.
300 prs Men's Fhio SI106B, worth 2.00,
anu a.ou, go in ono lot at
m' . Mon'8 Fino BuslnoM Suits, worth
oAn w n... ,-. ,..0.
W worth M.60 and t.G0. co In 8-50' nml 1200. G In ono lot
ono lot at 81.76, nil styles of toes, t f5.60.
200 prs Fino Ladios' Shoes, worth Men's l'lno Dress Suits, worth 810.00
82.OO, f 2.25 and 82.60, go In ono lot 810.50, and 817.50, go In ono lot at
Rt 9 cents. Men's Flno Clay Worsted Tailor-
ureuv imriiuiuB m uniuruu u ouuan nia.lo Suits, r Ik llniul. wnriii SlnM
WyShoes bought of us polished free.
Mrs. Major King and son returned
this morning from Paris, Tcnn.
Halbert McFarland, of Fulton,
was up to spend Sunday.
Mr. Polk R033, wife nnd ehild aro
visiting in Huntington, Tcnn.
Sirs. Hello Johnson, of Fulton, is
visiting Mrs. W. A. Wickllffe.
Mr. Charles E. Williamson aud
family returned to Fulton yesterday.
Mrs. Conductor F'ank Wheeler
and baby are visiting in Martin,
Mrs. Joe Uondurant and family
have returned from a sojourn at
Misj Li'lian O Uowen left at midnight
for New York City, via
Capt. Billy Crozier went up to
Dawson and spent yesterday with his
Mis. Fannie Allard and children
left at noon for Carrsrille on a two
Mrs. Sam Goodman has returned
from a visit to relatives in Central
-Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Warncken
this week for Europe, to spend
a if w montlis.
leaves Tuesday for the East to purchase
Misses Courtie and Odie and Master
Carl Puryear left this morning
for the cente inial.
3IIsses Agnus and Master Uarrctt
Hudson have returned from a visit
.Mrs. Efllo Ueshear Mrs. W.
A. Wickllffe will leave for Dawson
Mrs. Jo. n Smith is not expected to
live, and her pcoplo from Cairo have
Miss Myrtle Thomas left
evening for her homo in MnyJ
Highest Hoiv rs World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Ff.ir.
A Pun Grape Cream ot artir Powder.
. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
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22.00 nnd 21, go In one lot at 12.50.
You cannot afford to miss this sale.
PADUGAH AUCTION AND STORAGE GO,
22S and 230 Court St. Cor.3dAOourt.
Mrs. David Flournoy has returned
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Smith are at
Mr. Ed Wheeler left last night for
Buffalo, N. Y.
Col. Wes Drian is out again, after
his recent illness.
Mr. A. S. Lacy left at noon yesterday
Miss Vennie Edwards has gone to
Capt. Jitniuie Owen went up to the
cave this morning.
Attorney J. M. Worton went up to
Miss Bertha Hill has returned
from a visit to Frankfort.
Mrs. William Hughes hus returned
from a soj mrn at Creal.
Misses Kile aud John Tully have
gone to Louisville on a visit.
Mr. Cliff lStirnett and wife came
up from the county today.
field, after a pleasant visit to her
sister, Mis. Clias. Brower.
Mcsdaincs Ktlle Beshares and W.
A. Wickllffe left yesterday for a sojourn
Mrs. Louis K. lolb was called to
Cincinnati to attend the bedside of
her brother, who is quite ill.
Major Joilah Harris, tho well
known attorney, has moved fronl
Fountain Avcnuo to Seventh and
Mrs. Frank Harlan returned yesterday
from Princeton. Officer
Harlan went up and accompanied her
Mrs. W. J. Wade and her daughter,
Mks Sadie, arrived Saturday
from Nashvillo and are guests of
Mrs. A. B. bowcll.
Mrs. Mamie K. Bagncll, after n
visit to her sister, Mrs. Dr. J. G.
Brooks, left Saturday evening for her
home in St. Louis.
Misses Maryc Mix and Maud
Rootc will leave tonight for West Baden
and French Lick Springs for
their health, and will probably bo
gone all winter.
New Fall good-i arriving". "Uuy
here and sate money." You can
buy goods nt our prices elsewhere
but not our quality at our 1W
prices. You get nior intrinsic
value to the dollar It
New Fall Dress Goods,
They nrn hero at old tarllT prices. A
great slock of black dross Rood await
your inspection, at 20c, 35c, llCo and
upwards to morn thart a" dollar a yard,
avy bluuH uro lioro, and mlxtUrCA!
(anclcB and plain weavca
all at Intrin
sically low and popular prices.
Wo continue our milo of tablo damasks
nnd linen towels nt old tariff
prieoe. Buy now and mvo money,
llloachcd tablo damaak at 2."c, &", 4 be.
(V5c, 73c, 86o and $1.00 por yard. Hand
J2.76 nnd f3.00 nor dozen are all most
oxcolleut bargains, and worth considering.
A sample lino of now fall capos is
now on sale at popular prices.
Hoys' good ribbed blcyclo hoso, two
threads, full length and heavy, full
weight extraordinarily good value
are now horo for only 121-20 a pair.
Mlsites' ribbed hose, soaniless, guaranteed
stainless, a bargain Indeed,
only 10c a pair.
Woman's best stocking over mado
for tho price, knit from two-thread
yarn, Heainliss and stnlnlcRH, 12 n
Tho Uret of September wo will ro
colvo a great stock of tho celebrated
Onyx fast black hoso for ladies, ml sees
and children, that you must seo
Iliiv here and savo money. Fall
woleht canton llannol now hero for
7 a yard, which Is a big valtio.
Ten-quarter shooting, very ilesira
bio goods, now nero tor iswc por
Yard - wide, soft- rtnlsh, Hno unbleached
domestic, extra quality, now
i. .. ln I I.On nntt An a vnr.1.
mostiC now hero for 6c, 8c, fl 7c
, ,. .
Cotton batting 2W hero for flc,
Fall styles prints now here ,'t popular
rail styles wrapper koou." how ihtu
nt 8 and 10c per yard, that ouijht f
to bring 10c and 12 )
Our Btoek of merchandise for fall
will be tho larcest we have ovor shown
and at tho lowest prices It has over
boon our good fortuuo to make.
The nuantitli'H of ahoes wo handle
givo uh buying advantages that enablo
us to offer big inducements in quality
Boys' and girls' school shoes art
horo for inspection- fair prices anu
112 Hi N. Third.
The Facts of the Case
To dose out Summer Oxfords and Slippers for ladies,
misses and children, we will cut the price 20 per cent,
on every pair, for 10 days.
Cochran & Owen
Mr. J. F. Hraudon, the well-known
lienton grocer, was a visitor at the
Slx olllce today.
Mis3 Sylvia Calissi returned this
morning from a visit to Miss Winnie
Dale, in the county. The latter
with her, and is her guest today.
Miss Lulu Arraistead and Master
Armlstcad liuius.of Koscituko,Miss.,
who have been visiting Mrs. Mary
lleadlcs, have gone to Clarksville and
Mr. George Hock has gone to
Cleveland, ()., on a visit to his
mother, who is in her 93d year. Mrs.
F. W. Katterjohn and .Mrs. Georgia
Beyer accompanied him.
Messrs. Eli Boone, J. II. Johnson,
11 C. Ulterback and William Morrison
loft this afternoon for Louisville
to attend the grand lodge Knights
and Ladles of Honor.
Among thi excurrtinnlsts to return
on tho Bultorff from Nashville ye
tcrday are tho following, from
and surrounding towns,
dumes Ola Townes, Leslie Sonic, J.
M. and L. E. Durrett, and Misses
Mattie Vanghan and Lucy Holloway.
Messrs. J. B and J. 11. Hodge, of
Golconda; Elhaui Slow, J. M. How-
aid, Bob urown, Mrs. Hob Potter,
Mrs. J. A. Dossett and Mrs.
Bridges, E. W. Leo and wife, E. W.
and Walter Kuykcndall, Mrs. Pryor,
A. II. Lawrence, G. M. Joliusou and
J. P. Sanderson.
New York, 7; Louisville, 1.
Chicago, 1 ; Washington, G.
lloston, 18; Pittsburg, 12.
Cincinnati, 1 ; Philadelphia, 8,
lirooklyn, 3; St. Louis, -1.
Cleveland, 6; Uallimorc, 12.
PIlKSENT STANDINO Olf CI.OBS.
l'layed Won Lout I'er Cn
lloston 100 ( 31 MM
llalilmo'n M l 3. .;
Cliiclnnal VS il 34 j
NtwYu'li tl Ml 87 .0lr.
Clnrelitnl 07 ft J ti ,Mi)
Chicago lb; tu 5.1 ,tsi
J7 41 T.I ,411
r.nulxvl!U IUI 41 R7 4
I'hllack'lplil.t, . IM 41 M ,4l
Ilroo.lyn .. . i 4U M ,4w
Wanhmctou W t) fj ,104
fat. Loutf 101 27 74 Ml
THE KUItKKA KAISIUJ.
Jtciiih'ud All Day Yc.stonluy
Dry Seams Sank Her.
Yuslt rday afternoon the little pleas-
uro tiif, Kureka, beloning to Jim
Kmer, v as raised at the foot of Jefferson
ftreet, whero she sank a few
Shu sank because of dry seams, and
is not badly damaged, li required
the cntirt day to raise her.
1. C. NOTES.
Traveling Auditor H. Adams
spent yes.erday at Peoria, 111., with
Mr. E. C. Nail, a well kuonn
Southern Express messenger who ran
between Louisyille and Fulton,
passed through the city today en
route to Birmingham. He now runs
from Birmingham to Augusta.
Conductor Frank Wheeler is now
running regular between Louisville
and Fulton, nnd Conductor O. M.
Sewcll has been transferred to tho
Cairo and Memphis run.
The pay car loft this
oV.oek for Memphis.
morning nt 9
Alvey is still on tbc
Hownre of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
ai will r urely tlntroy iha of
Ktnell and coraplitWy deratwa ine whole )
tern nhen ruturlnK It through the miiuhih mir
faiei. Such articles ihould nvvrbo uiml ex
rrpt on prescrllitlnnn from itpuublo ihvnl
CU111, as the ilamaKH Ibfy tv.ll do It ten (olu to
the good you cjn possibly de.. ye from thetn
Hall's Cat.trrh Cure, IB anu 'Act n red liy K J
Chenwy St Co., ToleOo, O , cout n no inernry.
and 1 uIchd lateinaiiy, artt.iK directly tixn
inu dio(hi anu laiiorMir ucci oi tue nynivju
liy buyIDBllalrl.tnrrlCur be niiro j ou pit
It 1 uken Internally,
In Toledo, Ohio, by 1. . Cheney i Co. Testl
Sold bv Drta lt, price 7fc jx r bottle.
Hall's I'aruliy I'llls are tho K'tt.
Use no other starch
tho best made.
To Cure Constipation Forerer.
TnkoCitcarcts Candv Cathartic lloorSto.
I1CC.C, fill to cure, drupflnts rotund moaif.
HOAT LOAD OP WHEAT.
T10 raduenh tiraln and Klorntor
Company' Big Shipment.
Mr. Kugcno Coker will bo down
this afternoon on the City of Clarksville
with a boat load of wheat, comprising
about 2,000 bushels, for the
J'aducah Grain and Elevator Company.
Ask your grocer for
KdmtitYiiir llinvel. ',", , .urelt.
Cnndy Cntharllr, euro conttirallon forcier.
Vhs.iit. irC.CC t ill. ilruBRUtKrrfuud money.
Big Drive in Rubber Hose.
3-ply Rubusr Nose
S Spray lozzSe
I Michigan jleel
ALL FOR? '$5.00, at
T3m ci m jam nmm.jmMnn
Two Mun at O11U Oxer a
A lively civil suit was tried in
Justice Winchester's court this morn-,
The action was hclwncn C'lia
Frederick, the etiiig mueliluu agent,
and Dan. J. Maileyi The plaintiff
alleged that Bailey owed him n bal-'
anec on a sewing machine. J mike
Winchester decided the case In favor1
of the plaintiff and "lien llailet left
he mudo some iudlgtiant remark
which was not clearly understood by
tho courl. Soon nflcrward Mr.
Frederick returned and informed the
magistrate lliulcy's remark was a
threat and to the effect that he and
not live in the same
KKV. UNGCKIXIDMK ltllSIO.Nh
Popular Kuhhl of Tuinplc Israel to
Kev. Ungerleidcr has resigned us
rabbi of Temple Israel, nfler a residence
of six years in Paducah, during
which time he 1ms made many warm
friends nnd proven himself to liu a
gentleman uud a scholar, whose presence
was a great advautngu to the
city, nnd who substnitlnlly aided in
the erection of the temple.
1 HE A & WhA r
11k!) 5,ll d . WfS
' I I-. .. W JfKSai .sga
3feLL ' nSSKlfrr.
Water, Gas and
Steam and Hot
132 South rotirlh Sheet
329 Courl Street
B O O K B 1NDER
Blank Book Manufacturing
in all their branches...
The latest mnchlHury. Tim lxt tiuiipNl boobb'uulqry
in the state outside of UtuUvilb.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED SJATISrAClORV.
126 BROADWAY PADUOAH,
Dr, filed, Albert BernSieim
120 North 5th Street;
f A. M.
- 1 M.
I 7-! J'. M.
KEEP YOUR DOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER I !
SS SO DHUG0I5TS j
A ttItn wftiiith nwllrr
I rfvulti, 8 11 a nii k tf
t, t ' i ii,! v i nUrt X
tifclkK iurN . rk.N
an imkkksti.sc; siiUAiioN. BROADWAY HOUSE.
lit t V.. 1 111 tin- 1 1',.
l.i t u. id i) tii. 1 ,1 011s, tncol rooms.
1 1 1 1 !i 1 il s en Pthhlti itrect.
Ml II l.ll KV
J K IhTHt, Pro.
12 Urowlwty. Old stoves
modeled and inaile giMid ni nct.
Cm-. A. Fi-K,
Saturday afternoon his loiter of
resignation was received from Chicago,
where ha has burn with htf
fa nily, spending a vacation.
There was some talk of his rexign.
iur a fow months ago, but ho was
uniiilmously recalled nt a meeting of
nis congregation, nnd had announced
his inteution to remain.
A new rabbi will douhtloss soon bo
ee hi red.
Use no other stnich
-the bat made.
Ki.Tytiody Hajh So.
Ci wnrctnC'aii lv Callinrtlr, tliomostwnn.
ileif il imilii'iii .im'otert 0. tim iipc, pleasant
urn! i.iv i mr to iho ti"le, nutccntjy
nnil H,tivfly on M.lu,. s, lie r nnd howols.
tli'tttiKini; Iho unliro lin JUnel coliN.
iiii.i liotiilaolio, f -v. i, lmblti..U loiimlnatlon
niiiU)llloiinrM. M.t buy and tryii Ihix
ore U. C Kcldaud
umiraiifd lo i ire l.y .ill unuulsU.
WHAT IS IT? A HEAT CUREK. If you nro broken out with hoit LIQUID FROST will givo you
instant relief and will euro you in ono night. If you am gali'rd or blistered by the hunt you will always
bo thankful if you try this preparation. Call at our drug storo. Seventh and Jackson, or send 25 cents
and wo will deliver a bottle to auy part of the city. A trial bottle for V cents.
J. D. BACON & CO., Sole Makers,
SEVENTH ANJJ JAOKfcON.
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