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SPECIAL BARGAIN WEEK!
COR. FIFTH AND MONROE.
Classes will be resumed on
Monday, Sept. 5th.
In addition to thn hrnnohxn nlrnnriv
taught in tho Infctitution tho following
will bo introduced:
Pollard's Synthetic Method of
Reading and Spelling,
Prang's System of Ohject Drawing,
Tahlet System of Bookkeeping,
For terms apply at the Academy.
Of all seasons of the year this
Is tho ono most heavily eharg.
ed with malaria. Wo all know
tho causo of chills.
OiilM. Tonic is the best
antimalarial tonic known. If
you having chills it will cure
you. Taken In time it will
provont them. It Is sold
under a positivo guarantee
Monoy refunded if you do-sire
Beautifully trimmed Chemise, embroidered yokes, regular price
?c routs, no in this sale for 35 cents.
Fine embroidered white pillow shams, regular price $mo,
In our Shoe Depart
ment we knock the
bottom off our prices.
20 per ct.
low shoes (no jobs),
for men, women,
misses and children.
50c and 75c buys
Oxford Ties that sold
aT$2:00 to $3.00.
I To get benefit of these cut
prices goods must be fitted and
paid for before leaving store.
Ellis, Rudy &
Card of Thanks.
this sale for 50 cents.
150 pairs fine lace curtains, regular price S1.50, go for 75 cents.
100 pairs fine imported lace curtains, regular price $4.50, go
this sale for $2.19.
500 yards fine fancy silks regular price $1.00, go for 48 cents.
All our Si. so and Ss.oo pattern hats go in this sale for $1.50.
All our $2.00 and S3.00 fine trimmed hats go in this sale for 75cts.
All our $3.00 hair switches go in this sale for 52.00.
All our $2.50 hair switches go in this sale for 1.50.
All our 50 ct. colored switches go in this sale for 25 cents.
Thi lnrrnins arc for one week only. Be sure to see them.
ft THE BAZAAR,
New Store. 215 Broadway.
Tlio Caso Con limed,
George Mooney nnd Will Jackson
were arrested today for engaging in
a light. Their ease was continued.
A Light Fine.
Jctrc Panncll, the youn?; man who
pasted Madame Ida French with his
list, was fined only SI and costs in
the police court this morning, presumably
because bo didn't bit her
All persons-knowing themselves indebted
to the firms of Rogers & King
and John Rogers & Son nro hereby
warned to call and settle the same at
once at my (illlce. No. 127 South
Fourth street, and thereby savo to
themselves costs, as I will be forced
to proceed by law to collect same,
unless otherwise settled promptly.
En II. Pukykak,
Rcccircr of Rogers & King and John
Rogers &Son. cI26tf
A Considerate Thief.
Attorney Jesse B. Moss was robbed
of $29.05 at bis home in Arcadia
night before last, instead of SG, as
reported in a contemporary. The
thief had the consideration to leave
bim 95 cents.
liirtli nt Kowlnndtown.
The wife of Mr. Geo. Wilkerson,
of Rowlandtown, presented bim with
an eight-pound girl baby this morn
Place your orders for rough lura
ber for sheds, walks, etc., with the
McKinnie Veneer & Package Co. tf
Will fill your coal house now
cheaper limn anyone. Call and
Lloyd Jenkins, colored, filed suit
today in the circuit court against
Emma Jenkins for divorce, charging
Kicked by n Colt.
Walter Robertson, of Livingston
county, was thrown from an unruly
colt he was trying to ride, late yesterday
afternoon, and badly bruised.
The animal afterwards kicked him in
the stomach, and his injuries were!
I desire to thank the members of
the Husbands street colored church
for their good behavior while on
board my boat, the Lulu E. Warren,
Sunday last. I never have carried a
better behaved lot of passengers.
James II. Link.
Tho fall session will begin Scptem
her 13, 1897. Day school, 9 a, di
to 4 p. m. ; night school, 7 p. in. to
9 p.m. Prices, $2 to 85 per month:
lour patronago is solicited. so
Dr. Edwards, Specially. Eves.
Ear, Nose and Throat, Paducab.Ky.
The condition of Bill Tillman.
colored, who fell at the Palmer House
yesterday afternoon in a "whiskey
fit," and was conveyed to tho city
uospuai, is louay uncuanged, and
the chances for his recovery do not
"Acorn" Steel Kanges, tho best
mado for the price. Sold only nt
Hank Bros. & Jones'. 30a2
A good gentle marc, butrev and
harness for sixty dollarj.
m3 N. Gnur.
All those dcsirinir to make the
centennial trip by river next Wednesday
should call and secure rooms
by Tuesday evening, Aug. 31st,
as a great many have secured
rooms already. Tho H. W.
Buttorff will positively leave at noon
Wednesday, Sept. 1. W. F. Lamb-din,
Agent, 100 Broadway. 30a2
Had u lleinorrhnjro,
Bob Fly, colored, attracted considerable
attention yesterday afternoon
lato, on Broadway, by having a
hcimnorrhago of the lungs. Ho was
taken to the city hospital.
V. W. O. T. U.
Tho Y. W. C. T. U. will meet
tonight with Miss Jessie Byrd on
. liuckmnn Sued Afrnln.
The First National Bank supi w.
J. Buckraan yesterday afternoon tn
the o'rcult court for $190 on a note.
The Third Anufvcrsnry.
Three years ago today tho summer
cucampment of tho Kentucky State
Guards atLaBelle park ended.
Mrs. A. M. Lacvison has returned
Mr. Ed Vauehan has rbturncd
Mrs. S. II. Langstaff has gone to
Mrs. S. II. Rankin left last night
Mr. Victor Vau Do Malo left at
noon for Tennessee.
Mr. John Noble was in from Cal
vert City today.
Mr. Pcto liurnctt enrao in this
morning from Texas.
The Elkhart lake party will return
to Paducah touioriovr night.
Miss Essie Chastaln has returned
from a visit to Lcitchflcld.
Mrs. W. F. Hradshaw has returned
Mr. J. W. Lander, of Calvert
City, is in the city today.
W. S. Greif returned from his trip
to Chicago and the northwest.
Mr. John Lander, Mayor of Calvert
City, was in the city today.
Mr. J. D. Moequot left this morn
ing for Louisville and Lexington.
Mr. E. O. Yancey went down in
Tennessee today to sell coffee.
Capt. P. W. Hollingswoiih and
Rife left this morning for Dawson.
ltcv. John D. Jordan, of Atlanta,
Ga., left this morning for Dawson.
Mrs. Kale Tully returned this
morning from a visit to Louisville.
Mr. George Langstaff, Sr., nnd
wife left last night for Atlantic Ciiy.
Mrs. F. U. Bray and two sons are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Misses Haltie Sherwin and Alary
Caldwell have returned from a trip
Councilman J. E. Williamson went
up to Eddyvillc this morning on
jur. ann Jirs. lienry liailey are
paients of a daughter, who arrived
Major Thomas E. Moss left this
morning for Clarksvillc, Tenn., to
Mr. and Mrs. Sardie Moss, jr., of
Memphis, are visiting the family of
Mr. Jos. Sayrcs inMechauicshurg
Mtss Annie Iliscy left tuts morn
ing for a course at
Beaumont College, Harrodsburg.
Rev. D. N. Yarbro returned today
to his home in Eufaula, Ala., after
a six weeks' visit to his mother here.
Misses Dot and Annie Connelly
left ibis morning for St. Louis, after
an extended visit to their sister, Mrs.
Miss Eulah Robertson, of Fulton,
passed through the city today ea
routo to Kuttawa to attend the camp
Mrs. Flournoy nnd daughter, Miss
Mary, left at noon for Dyersburg,
on a visit to daughter and sister,
Mrs. Dr. C. C. Ellis.
An ice cream supper will be given
tomorrow night at Tenth and Ohio
streets for the benefit of the Tenth
street Christian church.
jur. . u. iaue, tue popular jew
eler who has been with Nagle & Co.,
for the past several months, left this
morning for Ilopkinsvillc, where he
The ladies of Broadway M. E.
church will give an ice cream supper
Thursday night at Yeiser Park. Proceeds
to go to new carpet. New
lightfl have been put in tho park.
Among the number of people to
leave tomorrow on the Buttorff for
the centennial : Misses Laura White,
Caldwell, Annie Young, Ethel Fin-ley,
Florence McKce, Mrs. Cant. Joe
Johnson, Mrs. James Robertson.
The dance last night at Rainona
such that the services of Dr. h'ark In honor of visiting young la-
son were required.
dies was well attended and verv en
joyable. The Misses Iteis nnd Miss
Mitchell left on tho Hopkins for their
borne in bvansvillc this morning.
Mr. L. B. Linn and wife, of South
Fifth street, were called to Murray
yesterday by a telegram announcing
tue serious illness from typhoid fever,
of Mrs. Wra. Valentine, Mr. Linn's
sister. Five members of the family,
in all, arc down from the disease.
W. It. Holland deeded to Mrs. S.
R. Gardner, fcr 1050, a por'ion of
block 1, Churchill addition.
Dr. S. II. Winstead deeded to
Mrs. Mary Mayes property at Tenth
and Adams, for $1200.
Mr. John Farley deeded to Geo.
and John Backer, for $500, a lot at
rsintu and Husbands.
Af ton Heights Co. deeds to Mr. J.
W. Glcaves, for 8200, a lot on
Off For College
Miss Eugenia Parham, formerly of
tue city, out now of Hamilton College,
Lexington, who has been spending
her vacation in southwestern
Kentucky, leaves about the 12th of
beptcmbcr for Lexington, in charco
of thp following young ladies, who
win enter college: Misses Fannie
Richmond and Anna Bccler, Clinton ;
Mary Wayne Murphy and KatoLigon,
Fulton; Beulah Miles and Man
Beckham, Union City, Tenn : Hclon
Landrum and Marie Mylcs, Mayfleld ;
May Glenn, Hickman;
tou and Alice Boyd. Murray : Ksu,
T r j .
uones, .metropolis, in. ; JS'eliic Palmer,
Benton; Nellie Waddill and
Catherino Tate, Madisonvillo.
Good, IJovh ! Keep It Up.
A petition is in circulation, signed
hy nearly all the local wheelmen,
asking that the council tnact an
ordinance requiring all wheelmen to
carry bells and lanterns. Tlik u .,
1 . . ' --"- j
gu.ou worK in the fight direction.
ATcfct of Muclilnes,
Therd will ho a test at Bandaua
which will prove of no littlo intnrt
to tho farmers of this section. It is
to bo a test of the MeCounick and
Deering corn harvesters, operated
respectively by Messrs. 0. K. Walker
and Dal PowelJ,
My Stars, What's This!
Only n little constellation to remind you that THIS
WKKK we're going to have the
Greatest Shoe & Milling Sale
Kvcr heard of in the city of Pnducah. We've taken nil
our Si. 50, Si. 75 and S2.00 men's nnd ladies' black, ox-blood,
green.coin, razor, globe and French toe nil go for
Boys' School Shoes
and Clothing and
Crone as Tnlon depot ticket agent,
and checked in Mr. George Warflcld
as his successor. Mr. Warfield takes
charge tomorrow, and hia many
friends will be glad to sec him hack
in his old place. He has always been
one of the most popular employes in
Tomorrow the Illinois Centtal and
Ohio Valley ofllccs at Princeton will
he consolidated, with Mr. W. H.
Bartlctt, the present Illinois Central
agent, in charge. Traveling Auditor
Adams checked out Mr. Ilickson,
the Ohio Valley agent, today.
The trestle work on the river front
railroad is progressing slowly. The
crew is still here, awaiting the arrival
of the pile driver.
Mr. Lcm Jorgcnson left at noon
for Memphis, where he tomorrow be
comes Baggage master at the Poplar
Conductor Jim Foster, who had a
limb broken in Mississippi not long
since, was resting easy today at his
father's home on Broadway.
Yard master Bob Nelson has re
signed, to take effect tonight, mid
nccepts a freight run with the com
pan'. Ho will probably bo succeeded
by Mr. Hick Hamilton, acting
yardmastcr, who is a reliable, industrious
young man, thoroughly competent
and vcrv popular with the
Traveling Freight Agent It.
Watkins left this morning for a
Journ at Hot Spritnis.
A Good C
put up lOtlay for
Men's Clothing in
If you see these shoes nnd clothing you'll buy whether
you need them or not. We want your trade; that is why
we offer you such inducements.
PADUCAH AUCTION CO.
Third and Court
I. C. NOTES.
There was a rear end collision of
freight trains two miles below Obion,
Tenn., about 2 o'clock this morning,
as a result of which Engineer Frauk
Winters, of Broadway, was seriously
An exlia In 1 barge of Engineer
John 1V man was struck by southbound
freight 161, in charge of
Engineer Frank Winters ami Fire-10
nn George Smith, and the latter
engineer was injured
Tie trains were not moving rapidly,
or the collision might have been followed
by more serious results. How
the accident occurred is unknown,
as for two or three miles each way
the track is perfectly straight and
It was learned this afternoon that
Engineer Winters was not seriously
hurt, only a shoulder being
He wat brought in at 2:15
and carried to the railroad hospital
Traveling Auditor It. Adann arrived
nt 1111011 frnm Princeton, and
A child of Susie Scott,
Sixth d'ed last night.
this afternoon checked out Mr. A. J. procession
Thomas Holland, aged 2 years,
died last night of fever. Tho rcmcins
will be bulled this afternoon.
W. J. Wolff has oieued u tin shop
at No. 21C Court street. Steamboat
work a spcciully. Slut!
A child of Lizzie Hicks died at the
family lesidcucc on Broad street.
Ida Perry, aged 3, died yesterday
at the family tcsidcacc, 1110 Washington
'1 he funeral took
place at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Colored Celebration nt
Tomorrow iscoloicd Sunday-school
day at Grahamvllle, and as is the
case every year, the celebration is one
of vast importance to the colored
people. Several were In the city to
day purchasing banners, etc., for the
Of Two of Princeton's
tho Peters & Company, which tueky, and is very popular.
opens next week In farce comedy at - -
Morton's Opera House. The com- I'OPULIST CANDIDATE
pany goes to the Grand Opera House,
Krausvillc, after it leaves hero.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Qold Medal, Midwinter Pair.
A Pwr Grape Cream of Tartar PomJir.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Their Friends Did Not Even Suspect
Them ot .Matrimonial
A young society couple of Princeton
had quite a romantic wedding in
Hopkinsvillo yesterday. Mr. Lake
Kevil and Miss Lucie Hunter, of
Princeton, were unexpectedly married
there. The marriage caused
quite a llutter in Princeton society,
as uotii parties are prominent members
of the 400. They left
by friends, ostensibly to go to
Nashville to attend tho Ccntcnni 1.
, So far as can he learned there were
no objections to the marriage of the
i young people, lor tl.e simple reason
that no one had the remotest idea of
their intentions. Both are of legal
I age and no reason can bo conceived
for the! course except on the ground
of romance The young couple were
uutuivu sweewicaris several years ago,
but as sweethearts will occasionally
uu, nicy quii Keeping company for no
apparent reason. Lately, however,
thoy had been together a great deal
and have evidently made up for lost
Miss Hunter is a beautiful young
iuuj, aim one 01 me greatest favorites
in society. Mr. Kevil is a member
of tho firm of It. W. Kevil &
Sons, one of the largest milling establishments
In this section of Kpn.
J. T. Duncan Arrested for Perjury
J. T. Duncan, the Populist
unu ior jaucr 01 marsiiall county,
was nrrested nt Calvert City
dtiy on a charge of perjury, alleged to
have been committed nt tho last term
of tho Marshall eitcult oourt in a
gambling charge against himself.
As will be remembered, he was
fined in seeral cases for cainlm?.
L'!....ln I !.,!. ,. ..... 7
oiumiu jjiuiu nircsicu mm yesterday
..mi uu avi,iuvii uuuu III lug evtn of
Ileniy Paggon was orrMtml u
Ollleer Krnnk (Jrr this a'Uriiooii fm-
Amelia Chtirchi'l deeded to U.
Holland, for $2100, the block nt
AHHi leutli and Uliio greets,
New Fall goods arriving. "Buy
here and save money." You can
buy goods nt our prices elsewhere,
but ot our quality nt our low
pri n You get more intrinsic
vces.nluc to thdolr
New Fall Dress Goods.
Thoy aro horo nt old tariff prices. A
groat stock of black dross goods nwnit
your Inspection, nt 20o. Mo, 35o nnd
umvnrcls to moro than n dollar n yard.
Navy bliiow nro horo, nnd mixtures,
fnncloH nnd plnln wonven nil nt Intrinsically
low nnd popular prices.
Wo continue our salo of tablo damasks
nnd linen towols nt old tariff
nrlcos. Buy now nnd savo money.
Illoachod tnblo damask at Mo, 35a, 48c,
C5c, 76o, 8C0 nnd 1.00 per ynrd. Hnnii
towols nt4So, 93c, 81.40. 1.08, 92.40,
J2.75 nnd 3.00 por doien nro nil most
excollont bargains, nnd worth considering.
A sample lino of now fall capes Is
now on salo nt popular prices.
noys' good ribbod blcyclo hoso, two
threads, full length nnd heavy, full
wolght extraordinarily Rood valuo
nro now horo for only 121-20 a pair.
Misses' ribbod hoso. seamless, guaranteed
stainless, a bargain Indoed,
only 10c n pair.
omnn'H host stocking over made
for tho piico, knit from two-thread
yarn, seamless nnd stnlnloss,
Tho first of September wo will re
colvo n groat stock of tho celebrated
unyx last black hoso for ladles, misses
nnd children, thnt you must boo.
Buy horo nnd savo money. Fall
wolght canton llannol now horo for
7 a yard, which is n big vnluo.
shootings, very dosha
bio goods, now horo for 12 por
Yard - wide, soft- finish, flno unbleached
domestic, extra quality, now
hero for lc. t nnd 60 n ynrd.
now horo for 60, 6c, fl 7c
and 7 nor yard.
Cotton battlnj, now horo for 5c,
Fnll styles prints now horo nt popu
Fnll styles wrappor goods now horo
at 8 13c and 10c por yard, that ought
to bring lOo and 12
Our stock of mercbandlso for fall
will bo tho largest wo havoovor shown
and at tho lowest prices it has ovor
boon our good fortune to mnko.
Tho quantities of shoos wo handlot
glvo us buying advantages that onaalo
us to offer big Inducements In quality
Hoys' and girls' school shoos are
horo for Inspection fair prices and
112111 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
JGaTShoes bought of us polished free.
331 Broadway. V
Cr rrles Off n Citizen of Mayfleld
Mr. Ben Perry, a citizen of West
mujriiciu, was lounn ucait in bed yesterday
morning. The coroner's jury
gave a verdict of death from exces
sive drink. He was the father of one
of the largest families in Mayfleld.
Candidates Speak Tonight.
The candidates for commonwealth's
attorney speak at Ninth and
Jackson streets tonight.
Will Mnrry Tonight.
William Archibald, foreman of the
heading factory, and Miss Josio
Melbcr, loth of Mcchanicshurg, were
licensed today to marry. The wedding
will take place tonight at the
home of the bride.
Only Six in the Poqr House.
There arc at present only six in-
innfAa nt lirt mmm. ...
'"""- " " wuuiy jHKJr UOUSC,
somcthiug almost unprecedented.
All aro enjoying good health except
Mr. Wallace, who Is subject to vor-Hgo.
Beware ot Ointments for Catarrh
thnt Contain Mercury.
mercury win surely destroy the Menu ot
ct'nt on prescriptions Irom reputable
ciaui, as meaaraaicn win iio In ten fo'u to
ine good you can possibly derive from them
fi4iia utiiarrn uiirt. manurartiirui r.v i f
Chrney & Co.. Toledo O., contain no mercury,
and In taken" Internally, actlnir directly upon
tho blood and murous nurUce.1 of the system
by MlylnKlUII'tCaUrrbCure be sure you set
.. . . .
lh. .running la !... Ii..i..I1m
mu KDItWlur. . ta MRHI IUI.CIU.llir, HUUMSUO
In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney o; Co. Testimonials
Sold by Druggists, price "Be. per bottle.
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
Two women with cuns protected
Mormon missionaries in South Carolina
from a mob of 100 men.
The Atlantic Mills, at Lawrence,
Mass,, employing 1200 persons, havo
I ho London Chronicle says that
tho Spanish government has ordered
the transfer of Scnorita,Cisneros from
hor present prison to the convent of
Blue and White
We are Headquarters for this
line of goods. Just receive
- 5 9
As there seems to he
Prices very low
' m X INCOHPORATgP .&
A FEW OF
AND THERE ARE OTHERS.
Fresh Water Crackers.
Morning Glory Hams, finest on the market.
McGaw,s Uncolorcd Cream Cheese.
Fancy Mackerel, three for 25c.
Try our Bonita Package
Coffee two pounds
The Second Street Grocer.
SCHEDULE OF PRICES
TO TAKE EFFECT SEPTEMBER I, 1897.
Net Price, No. of
f 4J I
3 35 5
J 06 7
J 47 K
J 7 ')
4 JJ in
4 59 II
4 95 H
5 Jl IJ
3 67 14
6 oj it
6 35 i6
6 66 17
6 9S 18
7 3') 19
7 Oo jo
7 9' 31
8 3J 31
9 IS 35
9 45 36
9 73 23
10 oS Ji
The State sllverite committee of
Pennsylvania, by a voto of 53 to 2G,
declared vacant tho place held by
William K. Harrityon the national
Two deputy United States marshals
were killed and two others
Wnm nf1tf UTfMlniln.l tt II, .1. ...f.l
smell and completely Jeranite im T whole y' " . T J """""" '" " "!?" Willi
leuMraeneuMrinu 11 inrouKutne mucous aur I uwuiMHiiucra in irouo county, Arkan-
mces. aucn aruciri mould never be uietl
ex- Tun mnr,li,i,iU..V.
mm i i
Vi.7 .BUS. 1 WO nlOTC (ICDUllCS arc inisilnir.
The Illinois Central railroad, in
tho near future, Is to relay its entire
main lino of 305 mllca with the
heaviest rails over used In the West
100-pound, rolls from fifteen to
pounds In excess of the
weight thought ndcqtiatc for ordinary
railroad requirements. Four inllp
of these tremendous rails havo already
uiuu tiujivcrcu 10 oo laid on the Cairo
bridgo and its north and ijoutu approaches.
'The cn,tiro main line will bo laid
with tho rails in thn nnr
iiuure, saiu dent Hnrnhnn
recently to a Louisville Post reporter.
"Wo finished relaying tho lino with
recently. Bails of that
aro ordinarily sudlciout. but no sen
so much adyantago in tho use of tho
(Irons Not I'rico,
Prlco DUct. oil.
$ So $ 4j
1 j y,
I 4 I 36
1 7 '53
3 Ul I Jo
3 $ 2 .13
'50 , J5
a a 43
a 3 61
J 10 2 7
3 J 3 J7
if 3 15
i 3 4J
J J 55
4 l j 69
'If J Hy
4 40 Jv
4 55 4 10
4 I 3
4 85 4 i(
5 w 4 5o
5 5 4 64
3 J 4 77
3 45 4 yo
5 5 5 03
5 V 5 U
5 4 5 a6
5 97 5 37
' 5 49
wronjr lmpreviion nnnni1i,i i... i.
price that w,l be charged for lights we give below the schedule that
will prevail after the first of A enreful perusal will convince
you that the prices charged
arc reasonable and a grent deal less
than art; charfied. in other cities.
Special prices for over thirty lights. Parties
Meter will M. ,r,,;.iwi .:,i. ...:'. ..... . preitrruiff (0 tisc
. ........ .,.. ,,.i.va unu Imy otner information
wig ui I'umjiuiiy s OUlCe.
PEOPLES' LIGHT, POWER & RAILWAY CO.
P" G- C WALLACE, Gcn'I IVl'gr
128 Broadway old
modeled mid mario ,Md as new.
. L'ii.vs. A. K( K
Hcst hotel in tue cty
. IlKsrmi, Pro.
uV. ., ,,,u '"'o at n tin
A9 to tjo
adoplio,, of ec
ay nt mount is ti.i ,' .:...""
electrical .pfoa ,oZ g
jtMse the sAsu. which will seem to
... ".muus, I'MlgrOM U IllakiU"
S,,.iJU.11"0'. l,"'ro if,s,1'a', loM
cectr city wl l)0 ,, t , b
would not lkn ,..' .' .." ,.
.. 'wuiuiu it iirit
vZoV" """' wo sl,!,,, ,nnk0 l,M?
WE WILL MOVE OUR STOCK OF
DRUGS ETC., TO OUR NEW BUILDING
COB. 7TH ANO IACKS0N, ABOUT SEPT. 1ST.
J. D. BACON & CO.