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Why go to other health resorts when you can
find an unrivaled one at home?
I have takan charge of, renovated and repapered the hotel adjoining the
GREAT MINERAL WELL
One-half block from the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis railroad depot
on South Fifth street, and am prepared to accommodate both sick and woll
at very reasonable rates. MEALS 25 conts; LODGING 25 cents. Special
rates to regular boarders and invalids.
CHAS. C. CARR. Proprietor.
FIX) I JOB, OR OR NEGESS1TY
all are interested. A mihinnt. In
vrmca tneros general interest is the
subject of glasses. There aro few
people who do not need them. May
run great risk in not having them.
We fit your eyes and give you better
eight. You are pleased with what we
do for your eyes. I charge you $1.00
to 91.00 for same quality spectacles
oroer parties cnargo you 33.60 to 5
J. J. BLEIOH,
BAKER AND RANDALL.
JOHN T. POWERS.
FORD AND DkVERN.
Performance before and immediately
after the battle. Change of
bill Thursday night.
PERFORMANCE EVERY NIGHT
RAIN OR SHINE.
SIX DAYS OLD
- Before any impression is made
upon the eye by light. The normal
eye in youth is capable of distinct
vision, from a few inches from the
eye to the farthest visible fixed' star.
As we grow older the near point of
our vision recedes. The eye never
grows old for distant vision only
for close ; that's why we need glasses
after our fortieth year. Then we
need the right kind. That's the kind
you get of Dr. J. narracs.
Rufus Choate, tho great lawyer-orator,
having arrived at the old
lighted stage, did not wish to commence
the use of glasses. In pleading
a certain cause, he kept holding
"his manuscrif t farther and farther
off in order to see. This so annoyed
the judge that he at Inst hurst out
with: 4Mr. Cboatc, I would advise
you lo get one of two things cither
a pair of tongs or a pair of spectacles."
I cannot give a pair of tongs, hut
I can give you a careful examination
and if you need spectacles I can
aake them, guaranteeing satisfaction
OE NO PAY. EYES TESTED
OFFICE: PALMER HOUSE.
DR. J. HARRAES.
MAKKIED LAST NIGHT.
Jamrs K. Grubbs, of the county,
and Paulina Moore, of Paducah,
colored, were nmrled here last night.
The finest thing of the scasen will
be the Chicago Excursion August
SSd. Only f .1.00 for the round trip,
good returning until Aug. 31st. td
reproduced on the above lake Monday,
and most complete ever seen here.
the personal supervision of Mr. Ellis
from St. Louis, where he had a
bombardment purposes. One night
piece" of Niagara Falls will be seen
of Dewey is seen In the background
PARK. TEN CENTS
car fare 5c each way.
Show before and after battle.
is toe STArr
Every barrel, half barrel, sack or
tackage guaranteed to be made From
URH SOFT RED WINTER WHEAT
none finer. All retail
grocers sell It. Best familios buy It,
YOUR MONEY BACK if not as tod.
$fi.00 to 810.00 monthly payments.
100 choice residence lots, 50 feet
front. Prices $100 up. Graveled
streets. W. M. Janes,
tf 328 14 Broadway.
CHAIN GANG'S GOOD WORK.;
The chain gang was at work this
morning on Clay street, near Sixth.
cloaning the grass from the streets
and sidewalks. In that locality there
is perhaps more vegetation growing
on the streets and pavements than
anywhere else in the cky. The gang,
under Boss Cooksey, Is doing good
work all over the city.
Lagomarsino is up-to-date on cold
HUNGHY 1IIIEF ABKOAD.
A thief entered the residence of
Mr. George Langslaff early yesterday
morning and carried off a quantity
of edibles. He found a ham,
but, evidently not caring much for
that sort of meat, procured a hatchet
and cut it half in two, carrying away
me smaller portion.
BICYCLES AT WHOLESALE.
Harry It. Geer, world's cham
pion trick, fancy and perilous
cyclist,ba8 ten 975 new Lnm Min
Num bicycles for sale for a song.
Call at the Falmer House and
see them at once. Prices will
surprise you. 16a4
UNDERWOOD TO HETORN.
Ex-Officer Underwood is In receipt
of a letter from his nephew,
"Pink" Tnderwood, who is ill in the
hospital at Chickamanga, saying that
he would reach Paducah Saturday
on a thirty days furlough. He has
been ill for quite a while, and is still
NOTICE TO PARENTS.
Parents whose children arc selling
newspapers published away from hero
aro requested to admonish their chil
dren to observe the rules :unl regu
lations governing United States prop
erty, and to bo courteous In those
whoso business it is ttt sen that said
rules aro observed. Some uf the boys
uave nlreauy been very persistent in
disregarding said rules, trespassing
on government property, and using
insulting language to some of the
government otllcials whose duty it is
to look after and take care of the
government property, and to see that
tbe rules governing same are enforced.
Such conduct can not be
tolerated by the government.
10a3 Custom am.
LENDLEtt & LYDON
Is the place for men's shoes, if you
want to save tnoacy. Try ns. 133 be
Orango sherbet today at Stutz's.
H 4 M
VUiW"'" P'V'1 'T- N
" LA BELLE
.The battle of Manila will be
This display will be the nicest
All work has been done under
Dour. Mr. Bour has just returned special
order of fireworks made for
during the week a sixty-foot "set
burning on the water. The picture
just as the fort is blown to pieces.
Battle at 9:30 o'clock sharp.
HEADACHE AND INDIGESTION CURE
Is the only remedy on tta mrkt that will
cure (Tery form o( Ilaadach in S tolOuila.
uim, correct Iwllgesiloni ittmuUte tin Drra
and bnlld up the ayntem. In KboulJ b la
Mery bom and vry tnTdlrr'i grlpiick.
At all druggUts. cures, ISc
r. Basil Duke, of Cincinnati, is
at the Palmer.
Mr. J. D. Rowlett, of, MiKyf s
at the Palmer,
,Ir. Will Gilbert has returned
from St. Louis.
Mr. Theodore Courcior came Id
rom Ripley this morning.
Miss Florida McKco has gone to
St. Louis and the Omaha exposition
Mrs. II. E. Citft and children returned
this morning from Louisville.
Mr. S. H. Thompson, of
a prominent railroad man, is at
Capt. W. II. Purcell and wife, of
Gainesville, Texas, arc visiting rela
1 Miss Ina Rollslon has relumed
from ft seven month's visit to relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hubbard have
returned from their trip to Milwau
bee1, Chicago and other places.
Hon. Max Hanbcrry returned this
morning from Frankfort, where he
went on professional business.
Miss Bessie Lock, after a pleasant
visit to friends and relatives left yes
terday afternoon for her home in
Misses Tiliie and Rosa Kolb returned
this morning from a six
weeks' visit to New York, Washing
ton and other places.
Mr. Will II. Maire, formerly of
the city, is now at Princeton, Ky
and will be in Paducah the latter part
of the week.
Mrs. J. O. Lcc,of Grccnvillo, Ala
ts in tue city on a visit to tier par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. right, on
North Fourth street.
Miss Glenn Palmer, after a several
weeks' visit to relatives here, left
this afternoon for her home in Jackson,
Mr. Chas. Bush, of Smithland,
and Mrs. Jane McKce, of DeKoven,
Ky., are guests of Mrs. George T.
Harris. The former is her brother.
Mr. J. W. McDonald, formerly
Congressman Henarick's private secretary,
was In the city today en route
from Frankfort to Murray. He is
now located at Frankfort as a prison
DEATH OF MRS. KULl
Occurred Tbis Morning on North
Fifth Street at tlie.Homc of
LMrs. A. KuniffiL2&v2ik
morning at thejhome of her son, Ma.
Alex Kulp, tie well known harness
maker, 621 North Fifth street, of
cancer, after a lingering illness. Tho
deceased had lived hero about four
years, and was a widow. She was
an excellent Christian lady, with
niauy friends to mourn her demise.
The funeral will takb place tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock from the
family residence, burial at Oak
NOT SOAPY" SMITH'S PART-NEK.
In an article under the caption
"Soapy Smith's Partner," tho Sun
on Tuesday last did an evident injustice
to the family of Mr. A. J.
weldon, of this city. The young
Mr. Weldon mentioned was not a
partner of "Soapy Smith" who was
killed at Skaguay, Alaska, a few
weeks since, hut is a member of the
firm of O'Donnell A Weldon, attorneys.
A copy of J theSkaeuay News
of July 15th in the possession of the
Sun, fails to show that Mr. Weldon
bad any connection whatever with
either "Soapy Smith" or any of the
incidents growing out of the tragedy.
The killing of Smith occurred at
Skaguay instead of Dawson City, as
stated, and was the outcome of an
effort on the part of the law-abiding
citizens or mat city to put down a
gang of robbers and "sure-thing"
men, whose leader was "Soapy
Sealed proposals to supply the eity
schools with good, clean, screened
lump and nut coal, for the school
year 1898-9, will he received at tbe
office of the Secretary of the board of
education up to 12 o'clock noon,
Sept. 6th, 1898. 'kCity weights, only,
will be required ; the bidder not being
required to pay for tbe weighing.
Approved bond required. Names of
sureties to accompany all bids.
Privilege to reject all bids is reserved.
C. C. Rose,
It. G. Terkell,
J. A. Bauer,
18a3 Committee on Supplies.
HIS SEGONIX TRAINING.
Tho fire department lias had con a
siderable trouble rcecntly from the
balking proclivities of the gray horse
that is attached to the reel. Often
times he stops suddenly and can
hardly be induced to move. Chief it
Wood has been having practice runs
for several days past in tbe early
morning, shortly after daylight and
tbe horse is being broken of his
NOTICK TO CONTlt ACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at of
the Mayor's office until noon, (12
o'clock) Monday August 22d, for
repairing what is known as Sixth
street bridge (now Bridge street)
across Island creek . according to
plans and specifications, which may
seen in tho city engineers ofilco. .
A good and sutllcicntlbood will be
rfmilrl nt ihl aitrnnattfitl IiI.I.Iaw
i8a3 James M. Lano, Mayor. l
School Trustee liyrd's
tion Accepted nt Lust
Nil rht's Mcetin&a
Tho Contract for Finishing tho
Bi ondvmy School Building
The board of education met last
night in ndjoufned session to ratify
die contract with Mr. Al Hynmnh,
ind to act on tho resignation of Mr.
'7u, tram tho First ward.
The members were nil present except
The contract with Mr. Ilvmursb,
'. complete the now Broadway school
liouso for 840,'JtlO, win ratlQcdj and
tils bondsmen, Messrs. Ed C. -Terrell,
C. II. Chatnhliu and John Murray,
The superintendent's compcnsatlnt
wn3 fixed nt odo per cent. The
three applicants "for tho place ol
superintendent were Messrs. Wil
Katlerjohn, Lassltcr and Milt
and Mr. Kattcrjohn received
iix votes and was declared elected.
Mr. J. M. Byrd, a trusteo from
tuo First ward, tendered his
Ion, which was accepted, alter which
Dr. J. T. Reddick thanked Mr.
Byrd, on behalf of the board, for tin
good work he had done during hit
several years' service.
The board then adjourned.
PRINT AND PASTE.
How Mrs. Wilbur Succeeded
With a New Advertising
Scrap Hooks Used to Display
Cards of Local Firms in
Mrs. Bertie Wilbur, the well-
known stenographer, assisted by her
iiiuo (laughter, lias recently completed
a novelty in the line of advertising.
Besides being somewhat entirely
new the scheme has moreover
ibo merit of being attractive. Its
obicct is worthy too, the proceeds
having been given to one of the
One hundred firms and professional
men, furnished each n letter head
business card, or small typewritten
advertisement. These are pasted into
big scrap books, six, seven or
eight to a page. The displays were
o! scenes in Paducah, and pretty
picturesset off tho advertisements.
Two pages wero devoted to lawyers'
These books arc kept in the read-
log rooms of the hotels. Whilo each
advertiser paid only a small sum for
the insertion of his display, tho
aggregated a considerable Bum,
and as there was no expense for
me, a bottle of clue.isnd
lltl . ' lUVfkUAMUMMnlvual'fnn.''
JVJ(AMuvvnv JUt WWMIj vvu
sumcii; mo proms amounted to. a
neat little pile of dollars.
The idea was original with Mrs.
Wo offer One Hundred Dollar Itfwanl (or
any case of Catarrh tbat cannot lw curinl by
Hall's Catarrh euro,
F J. CHENEY &. CO., Prop., Tnl'do. O. '
We the unrrslgneO, haw known K. J. Ch'ney
for tht lait IS rears, and Mlr Mm rrfectlr
honorable lu all business transaction and
financially able to carry out any obligations
made by their firm.
WEST & TIIOAX, Wholesale Druggist. Toledo.
WAf.iiiwn rnvviv i. midimw ,,.,... .-
Hair Oetarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
the ifrteui. Price ?.ie. twr ivmi
Bald by all drucelau. Testimonial tree
"iib i arauy mis are the best.
To Cure Constipation I ureter.
Take Cascarcts Candy Ca than la 10a orSSo.
It" a iruegi.ureftirul money.
If Not Cured The.v Load to
hunclcs and Running Sores,
Boils, or their moro acerravated
form of corbuncie, surely indicate a
diseased condition of the blood.
which should have prompt attention
on the appearance of their first
or they may lead to more seri
ous diseases. Eat tho best you can
get, nnd freely use Botanic Blood
Balm (U. B. B.), Mrs. V. A. Steed,
of Augusta, Georgia, had boils for
several years past, aswell as a carbuncle
over tho right cje. This
spring she felt the symptoms of boils
coming on again. While sewing she
would prick the skin with her needle.
The little sores would fester. She
took two bottles of Botanic Blood
Balm (B. B. B.) and was entirely
cured, and she passed tho spring
without the annovine boils nnd dossi.
oio return of a carbuncle. Her
blood was relieved of a poison matter
by B. B. B., which is a powerful
J. D. Wotkins, Blakely, Ga.,
writes: "Old sores covered mv nn.
tire person and itched intensely night
and day. For several months I could
not work nt all. I commenced tho
use of Botanic Blood Balm f B. B.
B.) and began to grow better the
first week, and am now- sound and
well, free from sores nnd itcuine. and
at work again."
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. Br is
scientific vegetable compound used
by Vi. Ulllman In bis private practice
for blood diseases such as Old
Sores, Scrofula, Boils, Blood Poison,
etc. It cured so many people that
was put on tho market 17 years
ago and is for sale by all druggists at
$1.00 per largo bottle. It has always
enjoyed a largo salo because it
cchesI cures 1 cures!
even after everything else has been
tried in vain. It cures because 11. B.
B. drives tho poison out of the blood
and body. Book of cures sent free
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Georgia.
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WHY HE WAS GREAT.
Accomplishment Tot Brought UodjUl
tfm to Ut. j(M.
It tas in an llinois itlngo of
about 1,200 inhabitants nnd two or
Ihreo strangers wero tilting on the
hotel veranda waiting the supper
bell. Presently a ninu dressed in
working clothes mine along Iho
street and up the slops, lteliudjust
t nkc tl the oiHy'vocaul clinir. when the
landlord cnlne out nm1 snitlt
"Ah, iln done glml lo iee you
very glad. Will you step in to the bar
uid have a nip, nud then kt me introduce
you to Uiesc gentlemen."
The man had hjs nip nnd his introductions,
but lie was not a talkative
man. and after resting tor a few
minutes ho roso up and paiEed down
"Gentlemen, I was glad of a chance
to introduce you," said tho landlord,
"bid you notice what a head he has on
"It looked to me like a very common
head under ft very shabby lint,"
replied one ef the guestst
"Great land?, but how can you say
that! Why, everybody says he's got
the head of n Napoleon on his body.
You just ought to see him with his
Sunday clothes on."
"Are vott trjing lo make us
lie Is some great man?'' queried
"Of course he is," was the emphatic
reply of tho landlord. "If jou took
him for nuything common you're way
"He can't be the governor of the
"No, he isn t the governor."
"Nor a member of congress?"
"Perhaps- he has invented a flying
machine or perpetual motion ?"
"He is a bigger man than that, sir."
"Ho don't look like a revivalist, an
orator, an anarchist or an explorer."
"Bigger than all thorn, sfr big-
than all them," smiled tho
"Then you'll have to nut ns on.
Wherein docs his greatness lie?"
"Ocntlemen, Ir. Jones does not
care for adoration, nnd if ho happens
to call again don't bo too eiluclve in
your demonstrations. I said he wad a
greatman, andsohei. He is tho solo
and only man for 20 miles around
who can hang a screen door or file a
The landlord waited three long
minutes for manifestations of applause,
but as none came ho retired
nnd Jinglod tho supper bell. Philadelphia
IN THE CAFE.
The Soup Wi Cooiomme, Bat the Gentlemen
DMn't Wint It.
"Wasn't thero n topple in X., Y. &
Z. when the news of that wreck came
in? Why, she fell off four points in
as many minutes. And, I sa-, I was
The stock broker was interrupted
hyavoircofa dusky waiter, who sidled
up cud inquired:
f"Any youse gemmen hab
"No, no, no. Let us alone; we're
The waiter glided away, and in a
moment tho three men were talking
shop with as much earnestness n6 before.
Chicago heat was being thorough!
sifted conversationally when
the waiter who had disturbed them
before ambled up, nnd with n spacious
"Did oue gemmen wants-o-o-p?"
"Hang it all, no. We don't want
my of your soup. Let us alone."
With a growl the three men began
llicir ci.nersntion again, nnd were
scon nn.ed up with congress, the
Kansas Pacific np wild conglomeration
of quotation, when, as if by
magic, the self-same waiter loomed up
it thcirsido. This time he adopted a
patronizing air, and, bending down
low to catch the answer, asked:
"Which one of youse gemmen was
it dat wanted s-o-o-p?"
The conversation immediately
stopped, and the eyes of the three men
Wtre dircKtrd at the waiter. One of
the men pushed hta hat back on his
head, and looked steadily at the grinning
"Look here," he said, "tell mo. for
God's sake, is this soup compulsory?"
Iho waiters smile broadened, and,
as if ho were glad to give the required
information, lie replied:
"No, 6hl Hit's consommay."
.SWIMMING IN THE PACIFIC.
Accomplishments That Come Natural tf
The South Eea mother has very little
cause to worry when her baby has
reached the reptilian or crawling age.
fn her house there are no stairs for
thp venturesome infant to tumble
down. If he crawls to the edge of tht
douse ho can crawl out of doors without
harm, for there is no break in the
level. If he goes on a creeping exploration
of the path there
or wheels to bring bruises and
bumps and oven worse haps. Happy,
indeed, is the hardy crawler when he
covers Uio narrow distance from his
home to tho beach, for thero is a bank
of 'soft, warm sand to play in. The
next stago is to crawl from tho Eoft
warmth of the sunnortinir sand into
tho yielding warmth of the still
ten .Nature intended the human
form to float, and, knowing no better,
the weo ICanaka lets noturo have her
way. The same motions which propel
tho crawling baby on sJioro turn him
into tho swimming baby in the eea.
From swimming bnby to swimming
man or woman thero is no alteration
of style. There is no overhead streke,
no breast stroke, nothing but the
crawling motion with which every
four-limbed animal swims. Itis nothing
but thedoepaddle.whioh civilized
swimmers deride, but, laughed at as
tho 6troko may be, it serves the turn
of the etrongcstnnd longest swimmers
in the worlu. No one, no matter how
good his stroke may be in theory and
in swimming school practice, no one
but a South sea islander would start
out hopefully on n swim over SO miles
of ocean between two islands. Scores
of instances are known in which the
Ianaka has covered that distance,
etartini? witih a cocoanut alumr about I
hig neck as a national cpmbintfios of
n Rrl I" fclfdcit r4 bMg pmdar
tm ACtMl IHU kw It
Wt4 firr!' Y !' treed.
hoyU itkil. .. rw yew.
llaVersack ami cantee n,1 ooit ami un
in the samo parcel.
It is only sunli confident swimmer
who niny venture oil ths thrilling
sport of surf riding. The SanlOflns
ride the surf in canoce. Itcan bo done
only in a lagoon which has a wide reef
passage to the sea, and is possible only
when a heavy sta on the ocean is setting
right into the motttlrof the pass.
When that happens old and young
net out the canot and lie under
the reef until fy monster wate is rccn
approaching. There is a hurry to get
into positiort oh the forward slope of
the wave, and the paddles dig like inai'
to keep that place until the breaking
wave lands the canoe on the beach.
If a man is slow with his paddle the
crest of the wavo jhiwcs under him
and ho loses tho thrilling rtih shoreward.
If he makes a slip in steering
the canoe is Upset and there is a
chance that the outrigger will break
his head by way of reminder that surf
riding is an art. Those who make the
ride aro entitled to tho wild cries of
delight with which they signalize thf
The great Hawaiian beaches seldom
aro protected by a barrier reef,
therefore the surf riding is not to be
done there in canoes. Lach swimmer
has n stout board, longer than himself
by about two or three feet and about
two feet broad. With this ho swims
seaward, diving under the incoming
wavw until ho reaches the place where
the rollers begin to form. Here he
watches the sea, lying flat upon his
board. When the lnrgvst roller begins
to swell into shape ho ondeaors to
paddle his hoard backward w itli hii
hands into the face of the forming
comber. If he times it just right the
wavo picks him up aud shoots him like
an arrow to the beach, where the
board, expertly handled, lands just
even with the last bubbles at tiie edgo
of the dry fands. Surf riding after
the Hawaiian fashion is extremely
timple when performed with pen and
ink, but the swimmer who tn it at
Waikiki when there is any sort of sea
tumbling in from tho south ia cither
overwhelmed in the roller or parts
company with hi? board to learn the
adamantine solidity of bead) sand
when a would-be rider ct-says- to plow-It
up with anv portion of his anatomy.
Necessarily tiie art cannot be learned
in still wafer, therefore the learner
must take chances on coining to grief
under severe conditions. The whole
knack of it lie in a double distribution
of the w eight of the body on the
surfboard. Itis essential to keep tho
board truly at right angles with the
swelling face of the wac The latter
feat is accomplished partly by tht exquisite
molding of tiie board to suit
the owner and partly by adjusting his
own jw.sition on the hoard to secur
the right balance. Tho former or
steering dispoition is riTectcd by
foiling to one side of the board or the
other. A few of tho most exp'ert Hawaiian
surf ridoTfturc able to make the
ride when standing on the board, but
this is very dangerous and infrequent.
N. Y. Sun.
for fifty I'mis.
Ontranterd tobacco habit cure Mikes weak
i.(ool r . Wc.N All drufcUU
G. A. R.,
TO BE HELD IN CINCINNATI
SEPT. 5th to 10th, 1HDH,
NEW SOUTH OR SUNSHINE
DON A, MAKK, Master.
I..ve METROPOLIS Saturday, Sept 3,
PADUCAH Saturday. Sept. 3,
ArrlTe CINCINNATI Turaday. Htpt, ,
Leavt CINCINNATI.. ..Saturdar.Sept. 10,
HOUND TRIP RATES FROM
METROPLIS, ILL, PADUCAH, KY.,
To Cincinnati and Return, $10.
R'turn Tickets will b c'xxl only to return
on fame boat, same trip. Tbe uboie ralra include
raeala and berth en roum and bertb on
hoard while boat U lu lori at Cincinnati, hut
dnea not lncluu meala while In irl at Cincinnati,
n W. WISE, General Supt.,
Local Agents :
Fowleh N'HAnrikUT Co, ra4ucah, Ky,
J. II. ANMCiurr, l'aducan, Ky.
Should Have Your
Three Reasons , . .
. fc 3 '., , ..-. W fw .
Filter the Water You Drlnls
It you wish to oscapo disease you must filter
your drinking water, both winter and
By using one of our germ-proof filters you
are certain of having pure water. Fully guaranteed
Prices within roach of all.
Si, ' w? XlNCQ -
TO BE HAD
M. E. TONES
-' XB f,f
!iXkti fk J
St. llornnrd Anthrnclto, four ehen - 67.00 por Ion
St. Herniml Coke, threo fixes .... 6.00 per ton
HU Bernard Lump ..... 8 conts per busliol
St. Uernard Nut 7 contn por bushel
DELIVERED, FOR SPOT OASlf ONLY
t. a? 7?"j'tr
"There is a Tide in the
Affairs of Men
which, taken nt the flood , leads on to
fortune." There is n time in buying
our coal when you can la' in your
winter supply to great advantage.
Now is the time; catch it while it
flics. The best grade of coal for family
use at summer prices.
Highest Awards at Chicago
and Atlanta Expositions
TELEPHONE NO. O
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PADUCAH GOAL AND MINING GO.
Miners and Shippers...
Now in Uio timo to put in your winter
supply of this cdobratod conl. Lump 8c,
7o buahel. Olllco nt olovator. Telephone
We Don't Sell Cheap Coal
GOAL CRABTREE DEANEFIELD AND GOAL
SOLD AS CHEAP AS THE
Lump, 8o per buslio).
Nut, 7o por bushol.
All sizes Old Leo Anthrnclto 97.00 per ton.
THESE PRICES A HE FOR SPOT CASH
We koop u stock on hand nil tho timo and
would bo plo.iHod to havo your ordors.
BARRY & HENNEBERGER.
Render Nut and Egg at 7 cents Cash
Anthracite All size, ,i
Yard, Tenth and Jefferson
FOURTH AND BROADWAY
but give our patrons
Prime Lump at 8 cents Cash;
Sec us about your
best quality and
Central Coal and
MRS. R. HURQAUER, A Kent
FIRST Ho guarantees a
SECOND . . Ho docs all his work
M'PHERSON'S DRUG STORE
THIRD.. .. Ho will sell you a iu t if clothes mado to'bnlcr
As cbeap as you can buy
perfect lit. ;.
with homo labor. SHjHrLv
And tho only
4 Ask for It.