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L I. a -T BBBBBBI
Let J Five hundred hand-
scfmely trimmed hkirt chemist,
well worth 75c, slightly
soiled, go for $ -49
Lot 2 A thousand very fine
gowns, muslin and cambric,
beautifully trimmed, well
worth Si so and S2.00
slightly soiled, price 9s
Three hundred fine sample
gowns nt 39c and .49
Lot 3- A thousand very ele
gantly trimmed ladies'bkirts
ranging in price from $2.50
to $4.00, soiled price.. .... 1.29
Five hundred sample skirts
at 79C, 49C and .25
Lot 4 A lot of ladies' beautiful
eiderdown dressing jackets,
nicely trimmed with
velvet ribbon, reduced from
$1,69 to i-co
215 BROADWAY.,, THE BAZAAR ...215 BROADWAY
DON'T MISTAKE THE PLACE
AND SOLICITOR OF
Prompt nnd thorough attention given
to all cases.
Touchers for quarterly payment of
pensions carefully attended to.
Office, 714 South Third street.
MORTON'S OPERA HOUSE
FEBRUARY - 5
5 - SATURDAY,
(MATINEU AND NIQIITj
THE FORhVER FAVORITES
FIELDS & HANSON'S
The '97 accepted high-grade vvheel
ot merit 1 The show of tlie period !
Refreshing minstrelsy, swept bj
ocean breezes of genuine will
38 HOT A1KMUI2HS HH
Grand concert band and tuperb symphony
SEE the new enrtalu raiser, "An Evening
With th Elks"
SEE thf timely hit "The Dance ot Diwson
Cl'y'a Four Hundred "
SEE the ma(?nlflcent (lancing picture, "IutUr
SEE the mvwlB I ctaclo, "The
Shower.'' . . .
BEE the dazzling diill dl-play "The CJrtnd
SEE Field- & Wanton's new act, "Hest In the
World " And
DO NOT MISS Hi Brand mid day parade.
DO NOl MISS Ite exhilarating baud concert
at 7 p.m.
Matinee jirlce CbUdrrii 55c, adulti SOc.
Night pi lcr S.V, S.V, Me and TSr.
Seats on cle Friday at Van Culln'n.
Sahed 1865. Incorporated 1883.
..Foundry and Machine,,
Steam Engines, Boilers
Houss Fronts, Mill Machinery
Brass and Iron Fitting
Castings of all kinds.
ilH aft 9 M M H
iTMINSDAlLY ia CARS PROM
ll CHICAGO WSMsMo
tVAHJVILU.INO ' NAJrlVllLE.TtNH.
ltecclyed Today Hy .Mrs. C. G.
Mrs. C. G. Itabb today received
the sad and unexpected nens annouuc
ing the death of her sister, Mrs. Dr.
G. L. Washburn, of Marion, III.
She was a daughter of Mr. liarnc
Markey, a highly repp cted citizen of
Hampton, Kv. Uesides husband and
father she leaves a number of brothers
ami sisters, Mrs. C. G. Itabb nnd at
Mrs. Sallie Cojle c f this city, all the
others residing in Livingston county. the
Her husband will arrive iu the city
this afternoon en route to Hampton,
where the deceased will bo buried iu
the family burying ground.
COAL T111LF AKKESTKD.
Buck McGebec Lodged in Jnil
Buck McGebec, colored, who was
released from jail last week after
serving a thirty day teun for stealing
coal, was arrested again this afternoon
by J. J. Bead's watchman on a
similar charge, having been caught
stealing tho black diamouds again.
He was carried to the city hall and
Dr. Edwurds, Ear, K)e, Noso aud
TkW -Specialist, Fdush, tt. ,
liver held in Padttcah. Just bought
the entire line of sample underwear
from the largest underwear
manufactuiers in New York, consisting
ol 5,000 pieces gowns,
skirts, chemise, etc., all elegantly
I made and trimmed, but slightly
I soiled from handling.
! Our entire stock of millinery will
be closed out at one-nan 01 tne
regular prices, in order to make
room for our new spring goods.
500 new hah svv itches can
match any shade of hair
well worth Si. 50, go in this
sale at ',
300 new hair switches, worth
Fair tonight aud Friday, but not
To tlie wife of Mr. J. W.
To the wife of Mr. Ucverly G.
Read, a boy, who has been christened
Win. Pierson Read.
Why buy coal that is half dirt and
al'iek. when ,vou can buy good, nice,
clean coal, fiee of dirt and slack for
0 cents per bushel, spot cash, from
lliq o!d and reliable St. Hernard Coal
Co. We nIo have and always keep
the best 2i.d pool I'lttshnrgh coal.
Never buy the eoinmon grades. Also
all sizes of the best Anthracite aud
Virginia Smithing coal.
St. IIlkn vim Coai. Co.
lldlm Telephone No. 8.
Watch i.oit ami Found.
Mr. M. Bloom h st n tine gold
watch jesterday. It was found bj
Mr. Hardy Little in the wash-room
at the l'alnier and promptly restored
it to its owner.
Dcnfnchs Cannot 15c Cured
uy ItiI at Plication', as they cannot rcait
tlio Ulsrutrtl ixirilou r Mlie var I botB 1. only
oneway in euro u aiidtnit 1 nycuu
etltutlnnil retrcdlc. Delft, tvi H
au Irtianud condition o( th aucouo Unlet! of
th tunticlilan Tuo. VV Un tuts t.ibe ieti
Inflamed you liuvu a rum ling round ir lx
fret liearln J and when It U entirely cloed
ilealnHS. t thv result, aud Ihe mm
nation can nolaten outanu untiune reiioreu
to jta noru 1 condition, Lear ng will tie
fnrev.r. nlnH ta?ei out of ten are
rauied bv catarib, which l unthlOK but an In
Ban ed condition of Ue imic xih hurttce.
VVV will Rive Ona IIuDiInd Dollars for any
cat of UeafBUi (c usil by catarrh' that ran
uot b. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, bend
lor circulars-, free.
V. J.CMBkT &CO' Toledo, O.
Sold by DruKKisU, 75c
Hall's Family fills are the best.
The case of Hughes against the
Electric company is still on trial in
the circuit court.
Noah's Ark will be opened for business
in their new store, 31U
tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock.
Telephone No. 21) for a nice two
horse load delivered promptly. Trice,
$1 cash. Ohio Itiver Spoke and
Uitn Co., E. E. Hell. tf.
THE LATEST BARGAINS.
Astell Soap, two bars for a nickel.
Thcehtapest and best soap on the
Come and sec what wo can sell
you for cash. En Jom:.
tf Tho Cash Grocer.
Plain City lodge No. 119,
A F. & A. M., will meet
at 7 o'clock iu tjieeial
communieation for work in E. A.
and F. C. degree. All Masons
H. Davis, W. .M.
Gi:0. O. I.NOUA3I, )CC.
PITTSBURG COAL 8CTS. BUSHEL
ate selling Pittsburg coal at
eight cents a bushel. 'J he cash
must accompany every order.
t! Coal Co.
Pure maple sugar, per lb., 10c.
Heinz' Dili pickle, per gal., .K)c.
Choice dates, per lb , 7';C
Choice dried ilgs, per lb., 7'sc.
Choice N. O. molisses, per gal.,
Fresh corn meal, per bu.,
Oianuts, per doz., 10c. to SOc.
Qt. bottles best catsup, 15c.
I. L. IiAMiOLI'II.
Phone 89. 123 S. Secoud st.
Incandescent lamp globes suitable
for system for sale at McPhcrson's
Gospel Mis.sion Subject.
The subject of tonight's discnurse as
the Union Gospel Mission is "the
greatcbt and most wonderful thiug in
world." Everybody is invited. -
"Kvenlnj: In lnirjhuid."
The "Evening in Fuiryland" to be sell
given by the Junior Christian En and
or Eociety of the First Christian
church will be both pKusing aud instructive that
in its entertainment. Tlie
loved characters, "Cinderella," "Ited cut.
Hiding Hood," "Kip Van Winkle,"
"Santa Claus" and others, will be
picseuted in life-like colors by the
sciopticou, and these pictures,
with sweet songs by the children
and selections from the gramophone, but
will long lie remembered with
delight by the young people who attend.
Admission 10, cents.
For a Broach ot the Peace.
Anthouy Kyle and Ida Blllingsley to
were arrested this afternoon by OllN
ccr Orr tor engaging in a light.
R. H. Goulder, of Hickman, Is nt
I the Palmer.
A. S. White, of HopUinsville, is nt
Miss Myrtle London, of May Held,
is visiting here.
J. W. Kingsbury, of Chicago, is
at the l'nlmer.
J. W. Ramsey, of Trenton, Teuu.,
is at the l'alnier.
Mr. J. L. Kllgoro has returned
from Anderson, Ind.
Jamie Brooks left nt noon for
Thomas Craig, of Foil Wayne,
Ind., is at the Palmer.
Mr. J. P. Mei:irnth, of Murray,
was in the city today.
Miss Mamie Urcif has returned
from a visit to Louisville.
Ex-City Clcil; Arthur Cole is out
ngaiu after his recent illness.
Traveling Auditor U. K. Woods,
of tho I. C, was here yesterday.
MUs Ora Do Shong, of Milan,
Tenn., is a guest of Mrs. Kos Little.
Mr. Clay Clement anil troupe left
this morning on the fowler for Cairo.
Miss Emma Linn, of Mavfleld, is
u guest of Mrs. Leonard Jones.
Prof. Murrv Gilbert went un to
Ivtittawa today to give a cincograph
Councilman Mann Clark was out
today for the first time since his recent
M. L. Downs and John S. Gaut,
of Carrolltou, are at the Palmer, the
guests of Maugum lodge.
Mr. Will Sandisou ami bride, nco
Chamberhn, left jesterday for their
future home in Moberly, Mo.
MissjEmma Marquardt, a charming
young laily of Golconda, after a
visit to frfends, left at nocu for St.
Miss Mary lliingburst left this
morning lor Montgomery Ala. She
will stop over at Eddvvillcu fwdas
before resuming her journey.
Messrs. Harry Snow aud Will
left at noon for St. Louis on
business. They are now associated
together in the commission business.
Misses Kate uud Edith Wnrlield, of
Elizabctlitovvn, who have be been on
a visit to their brother, Mr. George
Warlield, left today for New Albany,
Ind., on a visit.
lleiiit; Done In tlio Ancient Order
Col. S. C. Vaughanlhas returned
from a month's trip to Henderson,
Morjanlleld aud other eiiies in the
interest of the Ancieut Order of United
Workmen. He reports the order
rapidly increasing everywhere. Dur-iu:
ln absence he put in in one
month 09 new members
The l'adueali lodges are also flour
ishing, with about !)00 members.
in Danger At Hrookl.vn From
the FulliiiK River.
The recession of the river is endangering
a number of tie barges at
Brooklyn, according to reports, and
a large force of colored laborers was
today at work unloading the tie3 in
order that the barges may be towed
away. Thus far, however, there has
been no damage.
And Hi rivo Fino Grent
Ex-Mavor Yclser possesses five of
the llnest puns in Kentucky. They
are Great Danes, and were presented
to him by his big watch dog a night
or two ago. lie lias already prom
iscd them to his friends. -
Musicals and Ilnlurtnlnincuts.
The "character social" given by
the Young Ladies society of tho First
Baptist church tonight at the residence
of Mrs. Geo. Cochran, on
South Fourth, should not be forgotten.
Tlie musical announced for toiiinh
at the residence of Capt. It. G. House,
on N'rth Sixth street has been indefinitely
postponed oil account otv illness
in the family. ,
'Evening In Fairyland" is what
nn cutcrtuinmcut to be given by the
Junior Endeavor of the First Obri
tian church tomorrow night is to be
called. 1 litre will Do music, selections
by the gramophone aud steriop.
tieon views. " t
in i nssncoLo in Wyoming.
Thousands of Mieop "Ilnvo Perished
During tlio Winter.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Feb 3. Thousand"
of siieep are reported to have
perished from cold and starvation in
Western Wyoming. The cold has
been intense for sixty days aud old
timers say-this is the hardest winter
tliuy have seen 'for the past nineteen
years. Carbon county has .500,000
sheep, ind llockmasters there fear tie of
loss will amount to 2b per
among cattle will not be so heavy,
owners had been preparing for sev of
eral years to feed their stock during
severe weather. fire
. .$50.00 Reward.
Fifty dollars iu cash. wijl be paid
anyone proving that, wo will not
our entire line of ladies, misses
children's cups and jackets at and
exactly one-half price, and proving the
wo changed the mark on any
garment, making room for such a
Our stock being so largo we have
decided to make this cut of ONE-
HALF PKICE ON ANY GAK-
MENT IN THE HOUSE. NO
KESEKVE STOCK. to
Itcmembcr thcac arc no old goods,
strictly up-to-date, aud pur
chased this season.
Also remember tho above one-half
price is only good for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday? Come quick
get good selection.
ELEY, DIPPLE & WHITE,
J. J. Guthrie's old stand.
At tt liiiMiiess Meeting o!
To InveMlgiito Contemplated It
pro vi. incuts A Division
A business meeting of the First
HaptUt church congregation was held
last night, and committees were appointed
to investigate tlio advisability
of constructing n new mission
church on the rsorth Side, and to
ascertain the cost of and accine
plans for, tho remodeling of tho
The committees arc, for tbo Mis
sum cuurcii, lie v. l'cnrou and
.Messrs. J. It. l'uryear and E. "W.
Smith, for bceuriug plans and esti
mates on the contemplated improvements
on the old church, Iter.
nnd Messrs. J. It. Purycar, J.
M. Fuller, E. V. Smith and W. K.
Cochran. On subscriptions, Mr. Ed
L. Atkins, Mesdamcs L. Orme,
Bristol, V. E. Cochrau, E.t W.
Smith and Charles Graham.
That the above named improvements
will bo made, however, la by
no means assured. Somo otjtbe
most inllucntial members offtiie
church arc opposed to them, offering
as a reason that it would be bad policy
to burden the church with any ad
ditional indebtedness. On tho other
hand, many are in favor of both con
templated improvements. When the
time comes for a final settlement
there may be an interesting contest.
There are Yet Over $1,000 to
And All But i:iui)t Dns are
The Y. M. C. A. subscriptions are
progressing, and today about 8500
had been subscribed. There are but
eight days longer in which to secure
the remainder of the requisite amount,
Secretary Knox is working dili
gently, and if the money is not rais
ed, it will bo no fault of bis. There
are but eight moro days to
elapse before the time will
bo up. Mr. Knox stat
ed to a Sun reporter that he thought
the amount wuuld be subscribed by
ELOPED TO METROPOLIS.
Couple From Maylleltl Passed
Throiigl the City
John Tally and .Miss Leonn
Mr. John Tally and Miss Leona
Johnson, of May Held, left homo at
9 o'clock last night and said they
would return in a short time. In
stead they eloped and came to
en route to Metropolis to bo
married. They were accompanied
by Mr. Oscar Itry and Miss Etlie
They intended to go to Metropolis
on the morning boat, but missed it,
aud did not leave until this afternoon.
They will return tonight on
Couple From St Louis Married
Itcy, Father Jansoii Performed
Mr. Harry Winter, aged 24, and
Miss Emma Winter, his cousin, aged
21. arrived in the city on the 7i30
train from St. Lotus this morning,
and went at once to the county court r
house, where they procured a mar
They then repaired to the Catholic
parsonage, and were married by Itcv.
Tliy came here to evade the Mis-ii
un lutv prohibiting tlie marriage of
cousins. They wjll return tonight.
.Mr. Winter is a coal and ice dealer.
A CLOSE GALL,
Councilman Clark's Hoy Badly
Tho Father's Hands Terribly
Dtirncd in Puttinj: out
Master Harry, tho 10 year old son
Councilman Mann W. Clark, came
near being burned todcath about 8 :30
o'clock last night at his home corner
Seventh and Campbell street.
Tne boy was standing before the in
ready to retire, with his night
dress on. It caught fire and in a
second the lad was enveloped in uumes.
Couneilmun Clark, who is just
recovering from his illness, jumped up
finally succeeded in smothering
Home's. The boy was badly
burned und Councilman Clark's hands
were severely burned by the llainea,
A joint committee representing
many organizations of business men,
called upon the president yesterday
urge him to send a special mes
sage to congress asking the creation
u department of commerce and
Members of the V. C. T. U. of
Lancaster, Ky., will present to Miss
Chiistino Jlradley a cut glass silver-
mounted bottle to bo U3cd at the
christening of the battleship Ken.
lucky. - ,
Hero on an Official Visit to
Delegation From Other Cities.
DiK Meeting Uxpcctcd.
Thero will bo an important meeting
of the Odd Fellows tonight, at tho
now hall nt Fifth and Hroadway. It
will be the formal opening ot the hall.
Grand Master JohnS. Gaunt, ot
Winchester, is hero to pay nn otlleial
visit to the lodges, and there will be
special initiation and degrco work.
Delegates will bo hero from May-field,
Metropolis, Denton mid Massac.
Tomorrow rvening a banquet will be
tendered the Grand Master aud
Temperature Was Ton Degrees
Good SklUlliR, Hut it IsSomuvvliut
Tho temperature today was the
lowest ot the season, ten degrees
above nt observer Uorneman's otllce
Nagel's thermometer at live o'clock
this morning registered six degrees
Good skaticg is reported in vari
ous places, but it is bomowhnt dan
ccrous, owinc to the decline ot tho
back water. Many skaters never
thelcss avail themselves of tho oppor
tunity anil mkc tue risK.
Prominent Young Couple Outwit
Obstinate Patents '
Eloped to Lexington.
.ill Murray Stirred up Over tin
Affair Disappointed Crowd
nt tlie Train.
There was great excitement in
Murray, Calloway county, yisterday
morning aud last night, occasioned
by the clopemeot of a prominent
)oung couple, who arc both mere
children. Ihcy weio Mr. ltort
liarucs, aged 11, and Miss Helen
Alcfelraui, aged l(, Dolli ot promi
nent families, who were strenuously
opposed to the match on account of
the extreme youth of both tlio young
man aud the girl. The old proverb
that love laughs at locksmiths, papas
and mamas and such like, was again
demonstrated. Night before last the
couple eloped. They had a frieud
purchase to Lexington, IVnn.,
early In the afternoon, and then concealed
themselves where the' could
board the train ou the dark bide, ami
the rear platform. They were accompanied
by the intended groom's
sister aud a young gentleman frieud.
urest excitement prevailed yesterday
when it was discovered that they
had gone. Telegrams were sent to
mauy surrounding cities to locate
them and prevent, if possible, the
marriage. Itoih families, it is re
ported, declared that they should not
live together, and there was intense
feeling manifested both wavs
Bloodshed was expected if the twain
could not bo separated by persuasion.
Hence when the train from
the south steamed into Murray last
night the platform was completely
crowded with excited people, who
were there to witness the outcome,
and take a baud In it, if necessary.
But the bride aud groom very discreetly
did not show-up. The couple
that accompanied them was aboard,
but the young lady, not dedriug any
one to know she assisted them in
their escape, disguised herself with a
thick veil before the train i cached
Murray. The young man's father
asked Conductor Kirklaud if Ids son
returned and seemed greatly relieved
when answered iu the negative.
The youthful groom is a son of
Prof. Barnes, and his girl wife is
daughter of J. C. MeElrath. They
will doubtless be forgiven when they
l'lciiios a I'lKliie.ih AiidUncc I'or
Mr. Clay Clement and his excellent
troupe were greeted at Morton's
Opera House last night by a large
audience, whose genuine pleasure
and appreciation was manifested by
frequent applause and three curtain
calls. "I lie New Dominion ' had
been seen here twico before, but like
wine, it seems to improve with age,
and many who had witnessed it both
times before were there last night aud
seemed to enjoy it more thuu ever.
Mr. Clement is an artist. His interpretation
of the dignified role,
"baron liohenstautfen. Is unsurpassed,
and never fads to amuse as
well as entcrtuin. His company U
well poised, and each member is entitled
to individual credit.
Robert Howard, a fanner, was
found in a dying condition with a
bullet holt; in his breast near his home
Bell county, Ky. It is thought he
shot himself witii suicidal Intent.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. W.
A Nn Onpe Cream of TtrUr Powdrr
40 YIAH5 TH STANDARD
THIRD AND COURT
Purple Azalea. Soap
25 CEHrfpEf "MX
Former price.... 7fc per box
Goods delivered to any part
of the city.
COLORADO'S SKIRTED WARDEN.
Waman "Who Mar Have o Flubt Indians
or llamr loltor.
Michigan can no longer boast that It
has the only female pame8r0n in ilir
country. Colorado hereafter will clnini
distinction In thlsrenpect. Ontne
Swan, of that slate, rece nth
appointed Mis Annie Metcnlf, of
a commercial traveler for a
St. Louli honse, to this rather
poiltlon. .MUsMetcalf li
for the practical duties of the
Like Mrs. Warren Iv'eal, of
she Is an expert rltfeuml revolver
(hot and can handle moit "capons us
ilexterounly as any man. She Is hI'oii
finer linrc wotnun ami ax a ilarinp,
dashing rider Is w Ithout an equal among
her sex In the state. Ilelnga thorough
western woman, she has had uianj experiences
that do not fidl to the lot of
the average person in these dnyf, even
there. hlle living In the western part
of Colorado the defended the fuinllv
home often from the I'tes, who came
over from I'tah every jear almost to
kill game and terrify the settlers In
Itoutt and ltio lllanco countlct. She
has lirokcn vicious bronchos, unit nothing
delights her more than to tackle
a "backer" that hns been pronounced
unbreakable. Miss Metcalfilld not seek
the position of warden. The osItIoii
of clerk to the game commission was
offered her. She accepted that and
Mr. Swan went her one better bj tusking
her a game warden.
As clerk she receives 1000 per jesr,
A warden she will receive live dollars
per day only when in the Held Miss
.Metcalf received herappolntmeirt from
(lame Commissioner Swan on the ere
of his departure for the i-rue of the
Indian troubles In Itoutt counts., but
he did not order her to join the other
wardens In the shooting bee. The law
provides, however, thst when the redskins
get to kicking up h muss all the
wardens may be called out to shoot and
be shot at.
Miss Metcalf, who was born lu Missouri
SO j ears ago, is an attracthe
brunette, reflned und retiring and accomplished.
As jet she has not decided
what cottumi' to wear when on
dul ns a warden. Shehaslndependent.
but not radical, Ideas on dres. Skirts
and such things, she thinks, are out of
place when a woman Is horseback riding
or c cling. She Is not In favor of
equal suffrage nnd takes no part In
pi Iltics except to vote. Said Miss Met
calf: "I do not anticipate that I shall
be sent to the front op wIC Jme to
brave anv very great dangers, though
I expect to perform every duty, If railed
on, no matter what it consist', of."
irltflrlnll) Cfiliirnl Klotrrr.
Messrs. Ilrookbank and Dorrlngton
have fcucwedul In Imparting n grent
vnrlety of beautiful und tlntn to
vnrlom llowcrs by xlmply immersing
their cut stalks iu nnlllnc solutions
With n microscope tbe colored water
enn be watched Mowing through the
vein tubes in the leaves, potaU nnd
other parts of the flower. The process
is quite different from that of changing
the color bv adding a particular
chcmicnl clement to the soil. If the
d.vc arc placed iu tbc foII they
do not Und their wjj through the roots.
Tho chief purpose of thenrtiflcialcolor.
ing i to produce brilliant cffwtH for'
table decoration. Youth's Companion.
Crrmnn Women In Trailrn.
The (icrmnn woman proclaims her
emancipation not only by going for
ncadcmlo degrees In competition with
men, but by engaging In all sorts of
trnilct" in like rivalry. A recent olhcl.il
report shown that there nre In
many 3 women employed ns chimney
tvvpops, 7 ns gunsmiths, H7 ns J
smith, 370 as fnrrlers and nailers, HOD
as innsons.flnsfionecutteniand S.OOOIn
marble, slate nnd stone ipiarrlex. N V I
The bribery Investigating committee
of the Ohio Stnio senate has
about concluded its testimony. Sen
ator Garfield will submit a minority
- M ' -. . , T'i lJLSsja.f
226 Hroadway, Paducab, Ky.
Capital and Surplus, $120,000,00
Open from S a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturday
nights from 7 to 8.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
JA8. A. Rudy President
F, Paxton Ooahfer
Rudy Asa't Cashier
Jas. A. Ruuy, Jab. R. Surrn,
M. Fisukb, Geo. O. Wallace,
Kamlkithr, W. F. Paxton,
Qko. O. Habt. E. Fable y.
R. Rudy, L
Many former 10c Smokers
nnTtSwAUi nrcw) i oj
j to good
pure lear and sparkling as spring
water, .fclvery family should have
one. Every Filter tested before
leaving our store.
GUARANTEED AND FOR SALE BY
vvaii raner . m
IN THE LATEST PATTERNS.
l'KOMlT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL OKDEKS.
No. 132 S. ll'ird Street.
Dr. Albert Bernheim
1'u tii Stkkct.
f 7:80. 9: 00 a.m.
HOUKS i 1:00 !i: 00 p.m.
7:00 : 80 p in.
New Y out's Sroelinjr.
This Happy Date in
our prices were cut down, wo cll
to all iu cot and hall the
g(Mxis iu town. I liU statement Is
no empty boast jus to crcnte n run."
You always know it's stri tlv so
when 3 mi rend it in 'Tim: Six"
The glad New enr brings in g..ud
enrer wim prospects bright for a'l.
Progression's train with golden gain
comes nt protections call with bless-lugs
sure for rich and poor throughout
our glorious laud and n jmt reward
for duty done by every willing
hand. Hut to tho point, we wish
to tell u few things somewhat personal
lu prices we'll produce a crash
and show you how to mtvciour cash
Our Dry Ooodi inusit be sold at once
for less than cost. Now here's your
ehante to guard yourself against
a cold with tho iheapest woolens ever
sold. Our custom Shoes wise people
use in baiter, I.aeo nnd Button, nnd
every pnir insure to wear that 3011
will put your foot iu. Our Linens
from tlie Emerald Isle ne'ur fad to
make fair wometi mui15, delighted
with these Fabrics grucd from ancient
Erin's classic laud. Bifuro this
greeting we would end an invitation
we'll extend to men and women great
and small to give John Dorian a call
for Shirts nud Dresses, lloso nnd
socks nt prices down to bottom rocks
and all who swell our patrons ranks
are sure to have our heartfelt thank,
and value great for every dime, todav,
or nny other time. And as our
feelings ever blend with "n heart and
hand for every friend" and n I. tight
New Year to everv one. U the earn-
'cit vvidi of Douus,
'205 Broadway, 1'adi.eah, ivy.
The stcninship Portia, Just nrnvcd
at New York from St. .John",
bundled- of people dying from
exposure mid starvation along the
Newfoundland coast, owing to .uvera
blizzards. At St. Johns the atr.'ols
are impassable, railroads suspended
and inniiy people suffering.
A resolution lias been offered li
in the New York gem-rid assembly
demnnding the resignation of .Senator
Murph3 fr oting for the Teller silver
Ov'er Jll0.000.000 of bonds wnro
fsold in Wall Htreet in Jnnuarv. ,n
against 838, HiS.OOO in January lust
year. This is tlio highest monthly
record in histn . "
Tolcphono No. 73
Physician and Surgeon
Telephones ,: 3G4
Future comfort for present
5 seeming economy, but buy the
scviiic; machine vith an
It'shcd reputation, that zuiT
.inters you !en,f ,nd
Jory scrvJc. c j c ,
SujXmm ft ;
3 SET 1f,'Olihai I 4 '
ITS PINCH TENSION
(devices for regulating and
showing: the exact tension) arc
a few of the features that
emohasfce live Hioh cmrtr
character of the Whits.
Send for our elegant H.T.
White Seug Mhise Co.,
Wins. I'reiderick, I'iuluciWi, Ky
fin the Toils
: ofn cough-n hacking, rack ing, i "
; rasping cough that irriLitcs the i
lmil'U nttll tififld I.. .I.m results. A
It U in such cases th.it
OR. BELL'S r
proves its wonderful cflicacy.
The cause of tl.t. trouhlc is
eradicated the irritation U
tlie lung nrc hcalctl and
(trcngthencd aud coM leaves
the sstcm as snow disappear
lcforc the suusliinc of tprii..
r.r Ik lit In , ,'
frlllMo rrmr.tr lor all lunjcaml b.0nrLIi
Ill II HI , MM .! l W Wllr u?lt
will rjrni upuu .fici; ' '
H.Lt bul.rU J Iriklrc l, fafeak, I.
VisPl ZiaPM w&
Ask Your Dealer foi;, It
is mnrH PRaanf.ml
health than pure
ur r uters win
impure water as
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