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MAMMOTH SPECIAL SPRING SALE!
We will hold this week the greatest tpecial sale ever held in Paducah.
, You'll be ama:ed at the prices, and wonder how it can be done.
War Declared on Silk Millinery Department
Waists. Really cxlrnuttliiiarv lot of silk , Most styllsli millinery nt lowest prices.
waists in alltlic Intent 'hades, delicate Trimmed lints in mi endless variety of
changeable effects, well worth f 5.00, go' fmicy straw braids, sliort back sailors,
011 sale this week for 1 51. Spanish turban, Parisian toques, ex-
quisite and dainty small hats, large airv
T 4Sc ;,.,- cjf,i..
Ladies Separate bkirts j ,tats in fael ', the stj.UM cralioil!,
A a drawing card ic offer you this of the best milliners of the country arc
week all our silk skirts, in- represented.
eluding nil of the newest creations in Trimmed sailors in all of the newest
ttylcs and materials, such as brocaded cfiects, 25c and upwards.
Srosgrains, velours, satin bayadere, Mtin A new lot of stylish walking hats,
some part silk lined, many ular ft.soqunlitv.no in this sale for 7.
worth up to f jo.oo, go in this sale at two ' Stylish trimmed hats as low as 51.50;
prices fd. nS and 0.4S
One lot of very fine brocade mohair
skirts, seven Krcs, silk figure, on sale
mis week, Jl.jq
One thousand pairs extra heavy ribbed
ciiuurcirs nose, nil sues, biiguuy imperfect,
go this week, 5c per pair.
Wc have in stock
a line lino of
Must be Sold
For thirty days
wo will sell for
in the stock at
REMARKABLY LOW PRICES...
Gall and seo our stock and prices.
No other yard in the south lias as
fine an assortment of the latest styles
J. E. Williamson & Co.
119 North Third street, Paducah, Ky.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MA!U
Louisville and East,
inmrcr. o. nErxitrr, o.
:Oda m 15 a m
3.W p m i m in
12-30 a in
nioiupbls and South.
e.no ie i ss p w
.W p m v: 30, a m
St. Louis nnd West.
N.OOam It 45a m
LvansyiUe nnd Ohio ltivcr I'oints.
10.00 a m (dally except Sun Jr )
Steamtmat dun 10:M a m
Ilenton and N. C, St St. 1.. South.
10.10pm 6 CO a is
A series of meetings will be commenced
bj' the Latter Day Saint Elders
on Sunday night, April 17, at
tn xue Mongers uan on xneiiiu anu
"".Broadway. The gyuiral.imb.Ho is
invucu to come and near me iriiius
of Mormonism discussed in detail,
Services commence at 7: SO each
Eldeks J. F. Wakekield, Jr..
H. . Jensf.n.
If you want shoes at honest prices
and bare them warranted, call aud
sec us. All the styles in cloth top,
colors, widths nnd shapes. Wo do
repairing on short notice.
Lk.ndi.ku & Lydo.v.
133 Broadway. I5a2
PLENTY OF WATER.
Mr. Forrest Holly has returned
from Owensboro with a 1,000,000-gallon
Wcslingbousc pump, which
has been placed in nnd now furnishes
water direct. The pump arrived last
evening, and tho steam is furnished
by the Three Uivers Mills.
Three canary birds, cheap.
at 1017 South Fourth street.
Postmaster Masou took
charge of the postoillcc at Mayfleld,
ending tho closing chapter to a long
and bitter fight.
Make pretty feet. All the new styles
and shades in tans, nt all prices, at
George Bernhardt. I5a3
The motion of 8am Clark for bail
came up for trial In tho circuit court
yesterday at Mayfleld, but it was
withdrawn on account of one of Mr.
Clark'a attorneys, Hon. W. M.
Smith, who is at Louisville eugagtd
tho prosecution of Banker McKuight.
Another effort for ball will probably
uc mauo jaicr.
1,000 Men Wanted
At once to try our $2 shoes. Will
do to go to Cuba with. Every pair
warranted. Lkxdlku & Ltdo.v.
133 Broadwaj'. lfl2
Incandescent lamp globes suitable
for system for sale at McPherson'e
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Clold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A tan 9np Crtaa of Tartar Pgwdtr
40 WMfS TW STANDARI
otucrs at J2.00, 3.50, 3.00 ana 3.50.
At f 5.00 you will find copies 01 import
ed Parisian novelties worth up to
A new lot of hair goods just received.
We have front piece mid braids at 50c
Our motto : We sell cheap, we sell a heap,
and we keep everlastingly at it.
215 BnOADWAY,., THE BAZAAR ...215 BROADWAY
DON'T MISTAKE THE PLACE
Slio Was Quito Well Known in the
Oity nml Brooklyn,
Shoes mado by George Bcrnhard,
the anatomical shoemakc, will not
hurt the feet. Pry a pair mado to
WILL NOT SHOW HERE
Kingling Bros.' circus will not
ihow In Paducah this season. It will
he in several neighboring cities, but
will skip Paducah. Circusej now
light a littlo chy of Paducah, owing
to the manner in which they havo
been treated iu regard to license on
White girl to cook aud do general
liouxo Nork Nijw City Steam
121 Broadway. Ua4
We make the lowint cash price on
our shoes. Buy fiom us and save
money. Lendlku & Lydon. 15a2
Douglas Dallam, of St. Louis, is
at the Palmer.
Sir. T. J. Flournoy lias returned
V. S. Gillespie, of Metropolis, was
in the city today.
V. J. Mitchell, of Kockport, returned
Col. J. It. Lemon left last niuhl
! for New York and other places of in
Miss Ella Burnett, of Mayfleld, is
a gucsc of Mrs. Chas. Curtis, on
North Fifth street.
Mrs. Mary Leigh and little grand
daughter, of Monroe street, are visiting
relatives in Mayfleld.
Supt. V. II. Holly, of the water
company, is reported ill at a town in
New York, but is improved.
Miss Mae Fixley, of Ironton, O ,
has returned from Nashville, and is
again a guest of Mi3S Alice Johnson,
on North Fifth street.
The Kokonia (Ind.) Tribune says
of Mr. Garritson, the new local manager
for Harding & Miller: C. E.
Garritson, who for tho past scren
years has been employed with the D.
II. Baldwin branch music house of
this city, has resigned bis position
and accepted the management of the
Paducah, Kentucky, house of Harding
& Miller, of Evansville, Ind.
Mr. Garritson left for Kentucky on
Monday and his family will follow
ELLA RAY DEAD.
Ella Kay, a well known young woman,
died last night, aged about 18.'
She was about to become a mother.
The deceased came here from Brook
lyn, HI., where she was at one time
a member of quite a well known gang
of women, among whom was Moll
Edwards. She was recently arrested
here and served a term in the county
jail while awaiting a trial for larceny.
She lived on North Ninth btrtet.
A LARGE RAFT.
Langstiifr& Co., Keci-Iye One Willi
1,000 Logs in It.
One of the largest rafts ever
brought to Paducah arrived yesterday
for the Laugslaff, Orm Manufacturing
company, out of Duck river.
It contained nearly 400,000 feet of
lumber, and there were about 1,000
saw-logs in it. The raft was towed
down by the tug Ida, and attracted
no littlo attention whenever it was
seeu. Its value is about $3,500 and
the lumber is all poplar and oak.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Section 10 of ordinanco 30 provides
that refuse from market and all
other fllth and offal in the city of
Paducah shall be deposited in the
current of the Ohio river not less
than twenty feet from tho water's
edge at the foot of Clay street nnd
not elsewhere. A penalty of not less
than $10 nor more than $100 is prescribed
for any violation of these provisions.
Tho above includes decayed fruit
or vegetables, trash, waste paper,
broom clippings, etc. The falling
river invites tho customary hauling
of trash and litter Into the bottoms
along the river. I warn all parties
against this, under penalty of the
above ordinance. 10a3
Jas. M. Lang. Mayor.
Kegular review of Griffin Tent
No. -17, K. O. T. M., will be held at
their tent, corner Fifth and Broadway,
Monday night, April 18, at 8
o cIock. All members aro requested
to be present. W. H. Hills,
Jai. Wkillk, Sir Kt. Com.
Fire Department Had A Gall to
the South Side This
Other MuttciH of Public Interest
The fire department wa9 called out
about 10s30 o clock this morning by
a telephone nlarm to n shaving pile
on tho rh'ir bank back of tho Lack
Sincletreo company's factory on
houth lliird street. A spark from n
passing switch engine ignited tho
shavings, and the blaze was very
hard to extinguish.
The fire engine wa taken out, with
Mr. L. P. Itasor as engineer, and
good work was doue with h"r. The
damago was of uo consequence, and
nothing but the shaving pilo burned.
Firo Chief Woods reported to Mayor
Lang this afternoon that nothing
could bo dono to subduo the Uamcs,
and an effort will be made to rig up
n pump on u boat, and an attempt to
extinguish it in thii way. Some of
the biii'c pilu of shavin&s on tho river
bank near the same placo ought last
July, and burned for a week or longer.
Tho lire engine cannot bo kept
Iberc all the time for fear it may be
needed somewhere in tho city.
"Crip" Wilson's wife has made
application for admission to the city
hospital, but Ins not been admitted.
Mayor Lang is inclined to thiuk that
such patients ought to be taken care
of by the county, at the poor farm,
and will bring tho matter before the
council Monday night. Tho woman
is an invalid, and tho city and Howards
have done much for tho family
The city has about six broken
down horses to sell, and next week
they will be disposed of. There are
three at tho city power house, and
two or three at the engine house. All
arc good horses, but are. not good
enough for the heavy work required
of them at the places mentioned
The sewerage ditch on Second
street is now almost to Broadway aud
the work is progressing rapidly. It
is ii far down Jefferson as Second.
Lockup keeper Menifco was out
today, after a brief illness. His duties
arc being attended to by
Mayor Lang was today asked
about the matter of discriminating in
the matter of hacks at the Union depot.
He informed the depot men
that the city had no right to enforce
such a rule, aud did not think the
railroad company had any right. The
company will likely take some action
through its attorneys when tho proper
Tho council chamber has been reserved
for tho meeting of the Southwestern
Kentucky Medical convention
hero next month, on the 17th, and
18th. It is tho regular annual
Stamp agent W. J. White has received
instructions from the govern
ment oiucials relative to an additional
tax on tobacco to be imposed in case
of war. A great many tobacco manufacturers
aro buying up a great
many more stamps than they need,
and the government has instructed
all agents that an. additional tax will
have to be paid on all tobacco not
shipped, no matter how many of the
old stamps are on it. The additional
tax will only be imposed in case of
The idea of organizing a military
company here has not by any means
been abandoned. Mr. Thomas Jack
son, who is sergeant-major of the
Third regiment, is working on it,
and hopes in a day or two to havo a
large company organized and net it
in tho Third regiment, if possible. It
is hoped that Mr. Brinton B. Davis
will agree to take charge of the company.
Mr. Davis has been favorably
mentioned for the 'cantaincv of a
raiinarj company hero lor several
years, but it is not known whether he
would accept the honor or not.
There are sufllcient young men iu
Paducah, however, who aro anxious
for a little military life, to guarantee
that Paducah will not be left in the
rear when it comes to furnishing
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received at the
mayor's office until noon Wednesday,
the 20th inst, for the reconstructing
of pavements and gutters on west
side of Fifth between Monroo nnd
Harrison streets, according to plans
and specifications in the city engineer's
otllce. Tho city reserves the
right to reject nuy or all bids. Bond
will be required for a faithful performance
of contract. 16a3
Jas. M. Lako, Mayor.
FELL FROM HIS WHEEL.
Mr. Stoddard Kobcrtson, while
going to the fire this morning, struck
n street car track at Fourth nnd
Court, and received a hard fall. He
attempted to rido away, but could
not. II13 injuries proved to bo only
For sale phaeton, 121 S, First st.
rS t "t rf JSJ.Y1 ..
VO" - M. III n TS
Jr $ irMfi
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Sunt. Kenslmw Here Today
Painters Arrive to Paiut
Humor About Mr. T. J. linralinn
Other Knllroitd News of
A force of painters is hero to paint
tho freight depot at Broadway, hut
witl not begin until next week.
Inspector James McCurdy, of tho
Illinois Central, was in the city
Supt. Ucnshaw, of motivo power,
on the Illinois Central, is in the city
The American Express company
has notified such of its employes as
arc members of the National Guard
nnd Naval Reserves that, if called
upon iu case of war with Spain, they
will be allowed half-pay during service,
and will be given their old
places with the company on their
William II. Newman has been selected
to succeed S. It. Callaway a9
President of the Lake Shore railway.
Mr. Newman is now second ice
president of the Great Northern, with
headquarters at St. Paul. Ho is one
of the ablest traffic men iu the West.
Tho Vanderbilts havo not yet decided
upon a president for the Nickel Plate,
and it is still rumored that J. T.
Harahan, of the Illinois Central, will
be offered tho placo.
Orders were today issued by trainmaster
Flynn that hereafter tho telegraph
station at the shops here will be
disregarded by all passenger trains
except No. 222, tho morning train
that leaves at 7 :45 for Louisville.
This mcaus that trains will not have
to stop there for orders now. Whenever
necessary, tho trams will be signaled.
MR. JOHN MIJLVIHILL
Will Keturn to Taducah to Reside
Has a Lucrative
Ucslmied Ills Place With tho I. C.
Will be Ilcml Bookkeeper for
Mr. J. A. Bauer.
It will bo ple.nant news to the
many friends of Mr. John Mulvihill,
formerly of the city, to know that he
is soon to becoino a resident of Paducah
again. He is at present Illinois
Central agent at Murphrysboro,
III., but has accented tho position of
head bookkeeper at the J. A. Bauer
Pottery works,1dnNofth Seventh
street. ?. T?. .
Ho ha3,rcsigncd)hfe.paco wi(h the
x. j., nun win uo relieved louay, arriving
in Paducah Tuesday to take
his new position. His many friends
will extend to him a cordial welcome
back to Paducah.
Berry Hubbard Struck On the
Head With a Cotton
Two Colored Kotisters llnd a Dlf.
ficulty at tho Wharf Today
Berry Hubbard, a colored rouster,
swore out a warrant this afternoon
against "Jaybird," a rouster on the
Clyde, for assaulting him with a cot
ton hook at the wharf.
Hubbard appeared at the city hall
tins afternoon with an ugly wound on
his forehead, and got the warrant.
Ho claims ho was doing nothing to
provoke tho assault. "Jaybird" has
been In troublo before.
Martha Uudgeus Ordered to the
Martha Uudcens, colored, was
tried for lunacy in the circuit court
mis morning ana adjudged insane,
and Mr. Andersen Miller was ap
pointed n committee to tako her to
Lakeland. She is the woman charged
with wanting to Kill her own children
and it is said that she did give one an
overdose of calomel and fat, from
which it died. Sho will bo conveyed
to the asylum at once.
Wo now have on display tho finest
line of Gasoline Stoves ever shown in
this city; the best is the cheapest I
lo'a3 Hank Bros & Jonks.
DIED OF TYPHOID.
James Duncan, n farmer of the
Massac section of the county, died
last night of typhoid fever, aged 35.
He formerly lived in Massao county,
III., and was quite well known. The
funeral took place today.
Dr. Edwards, Ear, Eye, Nose and
Throaf Specialist, Paducah, tf.
McGracken Circuit Court
I'll. st lino On Kecord For Such
Houses OnojAct of
Judge Sanders rendered an important
decision In tho police court
this morning, iu tho disorderly houso
caso against Kosa Dixon, colored.
Tho case had been under advisement
for several days, whilo Judgo Sanders
looked up some authorities. He
this morning decided that the woman
was guilty of keeping a disorderly
house, and fined her $25 nnd costs.
This virtually seals the doom of a
class of houses inimical to the public
morals, which havo heretofore been
somewhat invincible, because thcro
could ncrcr be secured evidence
to conyict under the law.
the htC3t decisions, howovcr, all
that is necessary to establish the
proof of guilt in such cases Is to
prove the character of the keeper
and of the various people who visit
the house, and whether it is for a lawful
purpose or not. The guilt of the
defeudaut iu this ca?c was clear.
Under the old decisions, it required
more evidence to convict than merely
one act of lawlessness, but under the
new decisions it docs not. Judge
Sauders took occasion to give this
character of houses, commonly called
assignation houses, a severe roast,
denouncing them as much worse and
much more demoralizing than bawdy
Tho caso against T. J. Bowles,
charged with striking George Miller
with a molasses can, was continued
uutll next Saturday. It has been
hanging lire for about three weeks,
because tho prosecuting witness,
Miller, skipped. Ho was caught on
an attachment today, however, and
released on his own recognizance.
Lawrenco Schrocdcr, who resides
in Huntington Kow, was charged with
assaulting a young man named Matthews.
He pleaded guilty aud was
lined S3 nnd costs. It seemed tho
young man worsted in the dilliculty
was trying to attend to tho other
young man's affairs.
Maco Journeyman, a hard working
old colored man, was charged with
permitting his mulo to run at large
inside the city limits. He claimed
he did not know tho auimal was out,
and was acquitted.
Ed Morton, colored, who struck
Henry B. Howard, colored, in the
head with a lump of coal several days
ago, was fined $30 and costs this
morning. His victim has been in the
city hospital ever sinccjhe was struck,
and had to ho Drought to court by
City Physician ltivers.
will bo held at the German Evangelical
church tomorrow. The morning
service will bo German as usual
and will begin at 10:30. English
preaching at night at 7:30. Sunday
school begins at 9 :30. A hearty in
vitation is extended to all.
Tkntii SriiKEi Ciiiiistian Bible
school 9:30 a. 111. J. K. Bondurant,
Supt. Morning service 10:15. Sub
ject "Disabled by Doubt. Evening
service 7:15. "Building." A ser
mon to young people. AH arc wcl
BltO.VDWAV Mkthodist Stuulnv
school D:30. Preaching 10:15 a.
in. aud 8 p. in. Epworth League
Monday 8 p. m. A cordial invitation
is extended to all the services.
II. 11. JcuiNSTox, Pastor.
Mkciianicshlikj M. E. Sabbath
school 11:15 a. in. l'rpnnlilnir lfl.fln
- Apftftir Fire, lid tf&m "w I I
I . Lc I d I I-1
public and Tirnari. nnuim r I 1 fl fl
Will take acknowledgements of deeds, etc, nnywhero In tho
city or county.
HBSTRKCTOR OF TITLES
M twin cor of tho only comnloto abstract to titles lu McOrackon count v and (ho
city of Pnducah, Tho abstract was mado whllo dork of tho county court for
n term of oiclit yonrs. Tills drimrtmont Is under tho supervision of a
nnd reliable abstractor. If In want of anything iu Oils line It will pay to
boo mo, nnu i win appreciate your uusinoss.
Offico 125 South Fourth Street (Legal Row)
J Phono 383
A SEVERE BLOW.
Dealt Houses of 111 Fnniu
Jitilgo Siuulers Kosti
The only first-class repair shop
in Paducah. All work guaranteed.
Wheels called for nnd delivered.
Drop us a card.
431 Jclfcrson Street.
Second Hand Goods
IllRliKt ch prlcti inlil ly
WII.MAM lltU'OKNO & SON
rv Coutt trl. We alto carry n llnf el utw
furtilturr lovc. tnugc, tW Call aaJ get our
lirlctt btlort bnyii'K lewtacre. We lo
etiauge new gooJ lut old
Is what you noed for hot wonther.
Call and boo tho largo lino
for ealo by
F. G. HKRLKN
All kinds of plumbing work. Old
lioso boxes undo new.
superintendent. Ladiei Aid society
meets Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
nt the church.
Tiiiuu Stkkkt MKriionisT Sun
day school at 10 a. in. Preaching at
1 1 11. m. aud 7:il0 p. in., by the pastor,
J. W. Wattrs. Weekly prayer
meeting at 7:30 every Thursday
night. A cordial invitation is extended
to all persons having no other
Fiiit B.vrnT Services at 10:1ft
a. in. and 7:33 p. ra.. Kev. W. K
Penrod, pastor. Subject of morning
sermon, "Christian Kesponsibility.
Evening subject, "Christ Seekiug
binncrs." Sunday school at V :30 a,
m., Mr. J. M. Fuller, superintend
cnt. Tho revival services being
conducted at tlin church by the pastor
will continue another week. Bible
reading .Monday nftcruoou at 1
o'clock. Preaching at 7:30 p.m.
Everybody invited and made welcome
to all these services.
Second B.wtist Sunday school
at '.1:30 a. in. Preaching nt 11 a.m.
nnd 7:30 p. in., by the pastor; young
men's meeting at 7 a. in. Kegular
weekly prayer meeting services Thursday
evening at 7:30. Tho public Is
By Special KcquostTlibi Eminent
Optical Specialist Keturns
a. m. and 7:30 p. ra. bv w. W. T. lllll to sco plamlyjP;
Dunn. Class meeting 2:30, G. J. u i'm hccoiniUjflcOpy or liwe n
Umbaugh, cla$3 leader. Prayer tir.yl "ding in ybuToyea after read-meeting
Thursday evening. Teach- u,8JMllort while you need glasses.
ers' meeting Wednesday night at
FntsT Cm!irr.vs. Servicoi at
10:15 a. in. and 8 p. in. Morning
subject, "Kind of Christian Work
Necessary." Evening subject, "The
Lamp Oil and Light." Sunday
school at 0:30 n. m., K. B. May su
perintendent. Junior Endeavor at
2:30 p. ui. Senior Endeavor at 0:30.
Second 1'itF.snrrF.uiAN Services
tomorrow morning nt 11 o'clock and
in tho evening at 7:30. Sunday
school at 9:30 o. in., J. U. Clark
$3,50 and $3.00 1 rlJi $2.00 and $J.50
Shoe for Men BEST Ladies' Oxford
In the city at
Padueah's Leading: Shoe House
COCHRAN & OWEN
Shoes'poliihed free 33 J Broadway
, - TUT . r
Errors of refraction of tho eyes aro
daily assuming more importance and
aro engaging moro than ever tho attention
of opticians. Even the nub
ile is becoming interested after dis
covering how much scienco is able to
improve tho visioiial power ami aid
the defective eye to enjoy tho beau
tics 01 nature in 1110 same (icgrco as
tho perfect eye.
It is the fact now generally known
and conceded by nil oculists and educated
physicians that certain so-called
"eye discuses" as well as
many cacs of chronic headache, neu
ralgia and nervous prostration are
due to irregularities of the retractive
10f SHOULD WKAH (II.A"sl
If you arc unable to read Hue print,
to sow or do any line work for any
length of time, especially by gas
If the eyes ncho or water, or everything
"swims" or becomes dim, or
looks ha.y 'or blurred when using
litem a short tiraaJiP;.havo a hard
W, consult ut. uoiusiciu. uo is in
dorsed ny tuo leaning pnysicians and
many of our best citizens who arc
using his glasses and all speak well
of his good work. Kye3 examined
free. Ollico hours from 10 a. iu. to
3 p. m. nt tho Palmer house.
Hank Bros. & Jones have the most
complete lino of Screen Doors and
Windows ever brought to tho city.
Ladies' and children's shoes at
George Bombard's for $1.00. Good
JUDGE WlNCHESTBlt ILL.
Justico James P. Winchester Is
dangerously ill, his many friends will
regtet to learn.
Seo the "Siberia"
Itcfrigcrator sold ouly by Hank
Bros. & Jones. 16a3
BIG LOT JUST RECEIVED?
F M . Ma aaM aaalaaaW
lammmmmml SHLr MMk VSRV T E
ammmmmmU iumii I Qfc BJt "Brig
I AM SELLING
At a very low price.
M. E. JONES
Built on strictly scientific principles
ntid of the highest g'ade materials.
Durable, portable, invincible.
(Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the typewriter trust
phduco an honest pioduct at an honest price. The Blickensderfer is
the only high-grade machine at reasonnble cost. Gunnuttecd longest.
Some features Durability, portability, interchangeable type, doing
away with ribbon nuisance, adjustable line spacer, perfect alignment,
The only typewriter receiving highest award at World's Fair, unproved
since. Adopted l Western t'lilon Telegraph Company.
fcanSend for catalogue and testimonials.
MOORE BROS., Gonoral.ARonta
5 Kast Fayette sticct,
ouS I- street Northwest
Washington, D. C.
A great stock of overytliing new and stylish
for spring. Extraordinary bargains planned
for this month's selling.
A GUAM) .SHIIIT WAIST OPENING MONDAY.
Eighty-four handsome styles of the latent and uiOHt styllsli wash walatjt
mado (or tho enrlinj of 1S9S. This arrny will be on exhibition Monday. Tho
prlco miiro is from COc up to V.' 00. Don't miss thio, tho oatest display of
ehlrt walxi eleganco ever m.ulo in Paducah. Everybody cordially invited to
Wo can't dcHCriuo tho oxpiisito lovellnosrt
lu this department. It's tho largest and
moot attractlvo stock over ottered In Paducah.
Tho priced aro bolow anything known
for such charming stylos.
MONEY-SAVING FACTS -A
SPECIAL HAUGALN SALE.
Monday wo will begin n groat dtoss goods
li.utuAiN r.u.k, that will last for thirty
li.WH, at incredibly low prices.
lllack dress Kd"i fancy mixtnro checks,
plaide, plain anil solid colors, all included
every sort to go at bargain prices, A perfect
fenHt for drees goods buyers.
A BIG SILK'
Waist silks mostly,
just tho thlngsyou'ro
looking for. Thoy'ro
swoll styles at low
prices; silks that will
put this department
on tho jump, and
kpun It lumnlnc.
ID GLOVES If-
FTtr Hilx nmntli'ft nnlllnir flnn Minnuntitl ii.llrs - blacks.
greens, tans, rods arranged Into threo agsortmentfl and priced for quick Sell-
inir at ouc. 80c and P5c a tuir.
WE'ItE IN THE CLOTHING BUSINESS- &
CLOTHING, HATS, Fl'ItNISIIING GOODS.
A rrrnml nt llrat.nl.nna nlnthlnir has 1)C0I1 added to OUT Stock On 800.
ond lloor. For tho noxt thirty days wo win hoii ciotinug at prices nevor
known boforo at this season of tho yoar. We do It to get you coming to onr
now dopartmont; we do It to advertiso our clothing dupaitmont; wo do It to
Kotyon hero, that you may soo that this dopartmont is a clothliijr store brim
full of choice goods. For thirty days wo will offer suits at $5.00, S7.50, 810.00
and 312.50 that can't bo matched nnywhoro at theso low prlcoa. It will cost
you nothing to como and see.
Soft fur hats for 1.00 to 82.00 that aro sold ovory whoro at a third more.
Men's nhlrta for 60c to $1.00 that aro liummoru.
The best black and tan socks over sold for mon at 10c a pair.
Tho bes values In Paducah. Matchless bargains. Why not? Wo aro pre.
pared to underbuy and undersoil. As suro as you wear uhoes It will pay you
to buy shoos hero.
I On North Third Street - -' JiJsi Baik of Waltatein
The Only High-Grade Big Five-cent Cigar.