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51F" & 15 a.--. -
-A "?$ ,1-v t
New.Buildinp:, New Fixtures
and an Entirely
OUR MEAT MARKET
Is slocked with nil kinds of fresh and salt mots. Goods delivered promptly
to all parts of tlie city. Ca'l au 1 sec our new Mou
P. F. LRLLY
Ttntli and Tnmble.
THE I W. PEMI CCAL COMPI
Suctssors to Eades & Leh.hard I Cor. Nimh and Harrison Streets
WILL HANDLE TI1K CKI.EHRAfED
HiUsice and Osklsnd Kentucky CoaU
LUMP 7 CENTS -
r. Jiv. 1. ft r snot cash only. A
E. LANE Telephone
Of our wall paper patterns arc of the
cleverest men in the profession.
Therefore Mir designs are charming.
e aim tn ci.ii the paper to the wall
and Us uses. If for a parlor you
want a good background for pictures
and complete the beauty of the room.
Not a paper that will spoil their effect.
Let us show you our patterns.
L. P. BALTHASAR,
NO. 423 - - BKOAIVAY.
Best ten-cent whiskey in the city
HROAOWAY M. E. GIIUROII.
The official board of the Broadway
Methodist church will meet tonight
at 7 o'clock. The Epworth
League will meet at 7:30. There
were eight additions to the church
K. OF P. NOTICE.
Paducah Lodge No. 2C, K. of P.
will meet tonight in their castle hall
in Campbell building at 7:30
A full attendance is desived.
Visiting knighls welcome.
II. H. Evans, C. C.
.1. P. OkLomi, K. It. S.
B. Dees, of Calvrrt City, filed r
petition in bankruptcy In the United
Stales court here Saturday afternoon
His liabilities were placed at about
COCHRAN & 0.WEN
Sell the l9t 82 winter shoe in the
city for ladies or gent. Call and
let us tuow them to you.
COURT AT MADISONVILLE.
Circuit court adjourned at Smith
land Saturday, and Commonwealth's
Attorney Grayot and Judge look
passed through the city yesterday en
route to Madisonville to uoiu coun
Remember the millinery opening ai
Mrs. Carrie Warren Girardey's, next
Tuesday. 31G Broadway.
TO ATTEND SCHOOL.
Three of Paducah'a well known'
voune men, Messrs. Adrian Hoycr,
James Sleetb, and Robert Rivers, left
esterday morning for Louisville to
enter the Kentucky Medical I.'nt
City Attorney U. T. Lightfoot had
n document written out this mornirg
to the tax collector, that he could no)
legally collect the penalty of live pu
cent for the whole of a ptraon'i
taxes. The paper was submitted to
the ma or, who exprestcd himself as of
being of the opinion that the attorney
wa3 wroujr. Tiny bet a thousand
dollars on thtir respective opinion of
and cot the law. It (.bowed tin
mayor wan light, and the paper wa
never served on 'Ihx Collector Lyon
MASONIC NO TICK.
Paducah Royal Arch Chapter No,
30, will meet in special coinmuui. a
lion .tonight at Musoniu hall to cou
fer M. E. and R. A. degrees.
J. II. Asucitorr, II. P.
Ciias. Haixadkv, Seu'y.
SPEAKS AT OLIN I ON.
Hob. C. K. Wbeeler and Mr.
Reeves will today speak at Clinton,
bo doubt to a Urge crowd.
Din'tjlMi know t'lMilailt.n Chill
Telephone No. lift
NUT 6 CENTS
share of the trade is oliciwd.
J 90 E. W. PRATT, Manager.
Col. J. J. Dorian hai goLo eost
Manager Fletcher Terrell is on the
sick list today.
Mr. James Walil has gone to
Louisville on a visit.
Mr. Ebert Ftaser, of Memphis, i
visiting rela'ives here.
Mr. T. J. Stahl, of Pin Hook, wax
in the cily this morning.
Mr. C. O. Allard, of Brooklyn,
was in the city this morning.
Harlan Griffith is very sick at his
home ou buulli Fifth sticcv
Miss Alice Johnson has returned
from nu extended visit to Ironton, O.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fowler are parents
of a lino boy baby, born Friday.
Mesdames W. J. Hills and II. B.
Johnston have returned from a vleit
Mr. Powell Nash, I. C. agent at
Princeton, spent Sunday in the city
with his parents.
Mrs. Dr. Dabney and three other
members of the family arc down ill,
two of them seriously.
Mrs. II. L. Meyers and Mr. John
Meyers left this morniug for Louis
ville on a visit to relatives.
Airs. Martha Anderson, after n
visit to relatives here, left this morn
ing tor her home in Louisville.
Mr. James Clements is gradually
recovering from his recent illness
He is not able to be out yet, however
Mr. Phil Wallace, father of Mr.
George C. Wallace, is quite ill at the
Wallace home on Jsorth Ninth street
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hill, of
North Eighth street, are the proud
parents of a tine girl baby, born this
"Butch" Ljle, who is with the
Third engineering corps, arrived from
Lexington last night on a seven days
Mr. Flint Singletarv arrived from
Louisville Saturday. He was for
merly connected with the Dixie Shirt
Mr. Lawrence Smith, who Is work
Ing on the I. C. at Louisville, left for
that place this morning after a visit
to relatives here.
Airs. James Koliertson and son,
Stoddard, returned yesterday from
their trip to Milwaukee, and many
other northern cities.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bornschein
and Air. and Airs. E. L. Hodkins
left Saturday for Louisville, on account
of the illness from malarial
fever of Mr. Bnrnschcfn.
Mr. Harry Ward, of Barlow Bros
minstrels, was in the city Saturday
night, looking after advance work.
His advance agent, Air. AI Rushy
was ill and had to go home.
MII.LINI RV OPENING.
All ladies interested in millinery
are invited to see the display of pattern
hats and bonnets in new, choioe
and practical designs at Smith Sisters'
on Wednesday of this week
All the newest and most desirable
ideas in millinery can be seen there.
2G2 118 Broadway.
Judge IIitslituijH and Attorney
Urndslinvv Go Down to
Judge Husbands, Commonwealth')
Attorney W. F. Brudshaw, and n
small delegation of local lawyers, left
this morning for Benton, Marshall
ounty, where the threo weeks term
ctlmlnal court began. Upon Its
conclusion Judga Hiibbands will return
here and convene the civil term
court. Nothing was done at Benton
today but empaucl the grand
jury. There are few cases of interest
to come up.
Today also marks quite an important
gathering ot Benton The
farmers of Marshall ooun'y meet lo
discuss the proposed stock and road
laws. It appears they arc divided in
opinion on both of the propositions.
Much interest Is being manifested.
PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY.
Another Craves County Mini
Files Ills Papers.
S. E. McClaln. of Sedalla, Grave
county, filed his petition in bank
ruptcy in the U. a. court thii morn-
HJ bWJifl we over $1,000.'
Tka Royal la tba Maaaat gra! baling pawaar
fcacwu. Acteal Uataaaaw It
fartfcar tb er otfcaf braad.
imu UKtA roc e. v.
List of the Iiuliclinents lie-
turned by the Grand
Thrco Milts I iled Today-Article
The last batch of indictmeuts re
turned bv the grand jurv, beforo ad
journing Saturday, was as follows:
Thomas Deadmon, maliciously snoot
iug Mrs. Leo Stanley; Andy Alang(
and Jeff Wilkins, horse stealing;
Nick Bryant, selling liquor on Sunday;
James Kirkscy, breach of tin
peace and di3turbiog a public assembly;
Beit Thompson, shooting ol
the public highway; Marshall Kellj
and John Johnson, grand larceny;
Fowler Loftin, malicious assault ; J
J. Alartin and Sarah Ann Burns
alias Martin, bawdy bouse; Join
Street, alias Travis, and Aland
Ponday, immorality; Wm. Harris,
detaining a woman ; several young
men were indicted for gaming.
W. P. Hopkins this afternoon filed
suit in the circuit court against the
Adam Both Grocery CO. and E. Farley
for 1700 damages.
The plaintiff alleges that In 1802,
when he was au infant at law, the
defendants llled suit against him in
court licic and had an attachment
issued against hia stock of groceries
for an alleged indebtedness of
SISM.fiO. Defendants executed bond
for $700 and Mr. Farley became security.
Theo had the grocery closed
and vlitn the suit came to trial lost
it. Mr. Hopkins now sues for 8700
Airs. Minnie Peiper today Died suit
iu the circuit court against Adolph
Peiper and others for a settlement of
the estate of tbc late J. Henry
estate. Attorney J. G. Alillei
was appointed guardian ad litem for
The First National bank today
tiled suit in the uiicuit court against
J. M. Fisher for $75 on a note.
Articles of incorporation were to
day filed in the county court for the
Hayes, Foster and Ward Dry Goods
company, with capital stock of $12,-000.
The stockholders arc Alcssrs.
R. C Hayes, A. W. Foster and W.
This Is the Hay of Atonement in
tlio Jewish Church.
This is the day of atonement for
the Jews of the world. The occasion
Is the most solemn and impressive in
the Jewish church and is generally
observed by all Hebrews. The day
is spent in prayer and fasting.
The celebration of Yora Yippur, as
the day Is known in Hebrew began
Saturday night with appropriate services
in all Jewish churches. All the
stores were closed today.
Attend the opening at Airs.
see her line of imported
patterns, whether you are ready to
buy or not. 310 Broadway.
Man From Murrnjr Tried This
Morning For Revenue LuV
J. V. McCool, of near Alurray,
Ky., was arrested yesterday anil
brought in last night by Deputy U.
S. Alarshal LaRuc on a charge '
selling liquor without a license.
IJe was tiied before Commissioner
J. R. Puryear nnd held to anwcr,his
bond being fixed at $300, which he
50c, may save your life. Planta
tiou Chill Cure hai saved thousands
HOT VV1UTIIER AGAIN.
The Thermometer Hoars Again
Towards the Top.
Unfortunately tho Indications are
not for cooler weather. Saturday
the highest point reached by the
thermometer was IU degrees, while
yesterday it went to 88. Today il
was thought at the special observer'
office that it would go up to 96 or
CHEAT HARLOW MINSTRELS.
It has been many years since the
great Barlow minstrels were here,
but on this their twentieth annual
tour they will appear at the opera
house next Wednesday evening.
These minstrel kings aro too well
known to tho publio to need any introduction.
All that is necessary to
to say is that their show this year is
bigger and better than ever before.
Harry Ward leads tho cempany,
which is composed of the best
and vocal.als obtainable. The
street pftrudo iqkcs piaco at noon
Plautatlon Chill Cure la mad-i by
Van Drug Co.flieace
NEWS OF THE RIVERS.
The P. D. Staggs is due out of the
Tennessee river tomorrow and leaves
on her return next Wednesday at 5
Regular summer weather. Eighty-
four in the shade.
Business on the wharf quiet,
Tlio towbnal Kenton is lying at
the foot of Jefferson street.
The quarantine at New Orleans
has caused several of the cotton boats
to lay ii).
It is reported that the Buckeye
State has tied up at Cairo oa accouut
if low water.
The John S. Hopkins arrived from
Mound Cily last Saturday where she
as on the ways for repairs. While
led up hero she will receive addition-il
The City of Paducah from St.
Louis will report tomorrow morning
tor Tennessee river.
The City of Sheffield Is due out ol
Tennessee rivr tomorrow for St.
The Dunbar is the regular packet
tomorrow at 10 a. in. for Fwansville.
The Dick Fowler left on timo tins
morning with a splendid tiip.
THE LATEST IN HATS.
A nice line of children's hats and
walking hats at Mrs. Girardey's.
2t 3IG Broadway.
SHE IS CltAZV.
Rut tlio Mayor Said He Wus No
A colored man named Grant last
night rep rted to the mayor that his
stir, Minnie Grant, had goao crazy
uud wanted something done with her.
The mayor told him he was no asylum
and he would havo to go to tbc
county authorities. He left and it is
likely a writ will be taken out today,
and the woman shortly tried before
Grocery store, West Broadway
and Sixteenth street. No. 1514.
Apply at above place. 24sGt
You take no risk on Plantation Chill
Cure, as it is guaranteed to cure.
Air. E. II. Kolley, an I. C engineer,
and Airs. Nannie M. Finley
were married today at the residence
of Mr. Thos. J. Reed, on West
Broadway, at 1 p. in., by the Rev.
V. E. Cave. They will reside at the
Trimble place in Arcadia.
You take no risk on Plantation
Chill Curo,as it is guaranteed to cure.
THE BEST SHOES
In the city arc found at Cochran &
Owen's, at very low prices.
THE HUMMING BIRD.
Soma Are Expert Architects Different
Styles of Nests.
Their nests are usually compactly
felted structures of various forms, although
those cup-shape and turban-shape
prevail. The materials of which
l)ey pro cpmposed consist chiefly o
plahtdown,interwoveu and bound together
with spider webs, and decorated
with an external mosaic of
lichens ond mosses. Usually the ncsj
is saddled on a horizontal orslantjn'g
jiranch Qr twig; but others thoso o
the hermit hummers are deftly fastened
to the sides- of long, pointed
leaves, where tney are saio irom
monkeys and other predaceous
There are also hammock shaped
iiesU which are ingeniously attaches!
to the faces of rocks or clifTs by mean
of spider webs. Dwelling in the
snowy regions of tho Andes are the
little gems called "hill stars," which
build a structure as large as a nian'f
head, at the top of which there is e
email depression in which
the eggs are deposited. So exjert are
fome of these dainty little architect!
that they con securely fasten theii
nest3 to Ewavintr straw rppes. Otlien
fix them upon slanting twigs so se-.
uer tnat one cannot Eee now men
balance can be preserved.
In these dainty structures tho eggi
are laid, lying like gems in tho bot.
torn of the cups, and here the little
ones aro hatched. Some of them
look more like bugs than birds when
they first como from the shell. The
method of feeding the young is mostly
by regurgilntjpn; at least such it
tho habit of the ruby throat, end we
have no doubt that many others of,'
the family follow the fashions of
humming bird land. The process if
as follows: The parent bird thrustt
her long bill far down into the throat
of her bantlings, and then, by a series
of forward plunges that are
really (erribje (q witness, the ionej
food is pumped from the old bird'i
craw into that of the youngster. Sc
far as is knowp, jhhabips enjoy thii
vigorous exerpfse and suffer no
consequences from, it. N. Y
PACKING IN THE ARMY,
The Men and Their Occupation De-
scribed A Pack-Train.
Only able-bodied, strong, musculai
men aro hired for packets. None
weighing under 170 pounds is taken
and each packer ?THl4 he oblo to lift
200 pounds to tho level of his chin
No uniform is required, but all the
old-time packers from tho west wcai
a costumo similar to that of the cow
boy, with leather chaps,
jiafs and hifllHlPPlvll booU
These are armed with cavalry cm-bines.
'revolvers and hunting knive
and theyhave often done good fighting
iu the Indian campaigns of the west
A pack mule carries from 250 to27f
pounds. Each train carries ammunition
and rations and camp equipage
Ouo mule fan parry 1QQ field, ratjpm
for men. Usimlly one-half the train
carries rations and the other half tenting,
ammunition aud varied supplies
put jipjnajier wjiaj tne ioa0 i coin
pbTeiToT, ThecnrgaUoro sees UiaT'IT
adjusted to weigh only SCO to 275
nonius. It takes an esnerienced
packer to adjust these packs by tin
weigm quicKiy. n mi a irum ui experienced
mules and exepriencedmon,
the fifty pack oirimnls can bo saddled
and packs adjusted and the march
began within f0 mtiiutea. Ou Ui
inurch the bell-horse is never ridden,
but is led by ono of the pnekcre, and
the mules follow the sound of the
jingling bell. The bell-horse is usually
hobbled, while the mules are
grazing, except when an attack is expected,
and the horse is held by one
of the men. Bridles aro unknown
articles to a mule train. A "tie-up"
is made by placing the bell-horse at
Iho right of the line, and then mule
No. 1 is tied to the horn's halter,
and each of tho other mules must become
to perfectly trained that he will
ftep into lino at the plaoo designated
by his number and stand still while he
is being tied to the hnltcr of the mule
to liia right in the line. A com-
powd of expert packers and trained
animals can make n "tie-up" in, two
minutes. Arbel O.
Why Ttfth Decaf.
The question to what extent tho
Alkaline earth salts in
.llTect the decay (caries) of teelh hat
of laic been studied in several quarters.
Statistics have been collected
by licse iu several localities in Ba
varia and by rorrborg in Sweden.
Tlne have "revealed the interesting
fiiet that the extent of decaying teeth
hears a definite relation to the
of the water; in other words, to
the quantity of calcium and magnesium
salts in the earth through which
lie water passes. The harder the
iwiUr the belter the teeth; the smaller
the quantity of these salts the
greater the decay of tholeeth. Sudd.
A p. 'citing.
MYSTERY OF CATFISH POINT.
Thi Pilot Tetls of the Loss of Orer tcx
Lives in the Mississippi.
"Then the Mississippi has its mysteries,
too," the pilot went ou, peering
into the perspective, which was slightly
intercepted by a small island thai
was covered by a thrifty growth ol
oung cottonwood trees, "and theri
an inch of it that couldn't tel!
its story if it only had the gift of
speech. Now there's the mystery ot
Point, for instance, there on
the right. The timber has all been
cleared away and a big plantation has
taken Its place, but the old hut and
tho two graves are ttill there. The
scene is always pointed oub to travelers,
and I reckon I've told (heetory
a hundred times. I wasp't on the
boat myself, but came along oa the
Walk on the Water twodaysafterand
learned all about the disaster, and I've
kept track of it ever since. It happened
iu the winter time, when tho
river was pretty high, and jou can
for yourself how wide it is throe
miles froiu bank (o hank. The
Swamp Angel, that was the name of
the boat, was on her way south, when
the took tire in the middle of the
night and burned and sank. Nobody
knows just where she lays, but she is
buried iu the sand somewhere along
here. More than 100 lives were lost.
One of them was the wife of the man
that they called tho mystery, and who
lived in the hut there. Of course ho
is dead now, and one of those graves
is his and the other his wife's. He
managed to get her ashore, but she
died soon after from fright and exposure,
and the blow so niTectctl hf
tnjniJ that he never w a himself after.
Borne wood choppers happened along
and found them under the bank the
next morning. They buried her and
took him to their hut, but his reason
was gone, and they never learned who
he was or wherp he waj from. That'-s,
they palled him the "mysterv,
They fed and plofhed him, for s?U
years, when ho died, but he never
ipoke. He Just sat all day in a cane-bottomed
chair, looking at tho river,
like he wj watching for her. Tho
lien used to say that she visited him
night', that is, her spirit did, and
Aould sit by his bed for hours- whilg
ic slept. People who were looking
for lost relatives used to come here,
and look at him, but he was
m, tin river has Its
mysteries. St. Louis
BREVITIES OP FUN.
Nurse "Tommy, there' sonw
jam on your cheek." Tommy (with
Interest) "There isn't any worth
eating, is there?" Punch.
"Clara, dcar ypu uWl win o
npiiee whether your hair gets gray oi
hot." "No, dear Isabel; 1 know you
will keep me posted." Chicago Dailj
Mrs. Head "Isn't Mr.
Read "What, my dear?" Mrs. Head
"There never yet has been a strike
in an alarm clock factory."
Pncje fcllas "Uauiaiithy we've hit
It this jear." Aunt
'JIaow, Silas-?" Undo Silas "Thii
hpro fashion paper says swell ladiei
in tho city will wear diamonds on all
social occasions and not less than
dofCP carrots to balls and the opery.
City Editor (in sanctum, addressing
the water front editor) "Joe, you
ought to be pretty well up on etiquette.
What do you consider the
worst form?" "I don't quite rernpin,'
her, but I think j( js either chlorofonu
or JouofuriH. - Ban Francisco Argonaut.
Once at an important function al
Marlborough house Sir Francis Knol-hi
came up to the prince of Wales and
remarkpu; fjotiio gentleinau of th
jtri wiili admission, your royal
highness." "Oh," said the prince,
"show them in. If they don't come hi
at tho door, they'll como in at the
Tho Object Attained. Borus .
Wave you Tead the latest jns lm,on
pf my story?" ypgp'YM, and J
ean't pommend It. ft doesn't advance
tho action of tho story at all, so far ai
I can sec. Bonis "What aro you
talking about? Tho story is to fill
ou, pages. That instalment advance
DAGGER IN SODA,
Serious Result Sometimes Follow
ItH Excessive Use.
Common soda is nil right in Il
place and indispenahlu in thu kitchen
and for cooking and washing
purposes, but It was never Intended
for a medicine, and people who use
it as such will somo da- regret (Y.
Wc refer to the common use f
soda to relieve heartburn or sour
stomach, a habit which thousands of
pcoplo practice almost daily, nnd one
which Is frai g'U with danger; moreover,
tho soda only gives temporaiy
relief and in the end the stonmih
t rou bio gets worse and worse.
Tho soda acts tn a mechanical irritant
to tlit wall-; of the tdoni'i h
and bowels and cise are on trctud
where it accumulated In tho lutes-tines,
causing detilh by iiillamuiatioii
Dr. Harlandson recommends rw
the safest and surest ct re for sour
stomach (acid dyspepsia) ntiix client
preparation sold by drnggislH
under the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets. Thcso tablets nre large
JO grain lozenge, very pleasant lo
taste nnd contnin the natural ncM,
peptones and digestive elements
M'tilial to good digistion, and when '
after uirnls they digest thr
food perfectly ami promptly hefuru'
It has time to ferment, sour and1
poison the blood nnd nervous system.
Dr. Wuerlh states that lie invariably
uses Siuarl's Dyspcsia Tablets
in all cases of stomach derangements
and finds them a certain cure not I
only for sour stomach, but by
promptly digesting the food they '
create a healthy appetite, increase
tlcsh and strengthen the action of
the heart and liver. They are not a
cathartic, but intended only for
stomach diseases and weakness and
will bo found reliable in any stomach
rouble except cancer of the stomach.
All druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets at 50c per package.
A little honk ilpsprililnc nil forms
llonialili I ..,1 . !,, '
ft. ' n n n im m ml n
wi oiuiuni.u uun nun wi.ii
mailed free by addressing the Stuart
Co. ot Alarahall, Mich.
Erery BeginQer RUes That Make.
"I reckon," said Tilde Henry, after
hearing hi giandson read from a
paper that it was the proper thing
to bestow a name upon one s bincle,
"I shan't havo to R-arch for a name
for that bicycle of mine."
"What ore you going lo coll it?"
inquired the visitor.
''Did you ever hear tell of circumstances
over which vou haw no con
"Well, that's what I'm going to call
that bicycle, 'Circumstances.' "
Unique Hail Restoier.
A hairdresser sajs that an old siik
handkerchief is much bettor to use
in stroking tho hair night and morn
Ing than n hriub
"Mrs. Jinks," said tho new boarder,
carefully jwising aloft his Untested
inulUn, "may I ropictfull)
propound a conundrum loou?"
"Certainly, Mr. HardboC."
"Then why is this tnufliu uulikea
very frivolous pvron?"
"I'm uro I can't guess, Mr.
''Because, madam, it lacks. leity
lightness, you know."
Ami Hie lmillin f . 11 n Htiwl
that rattled tho cup in thur n tiara J
Florida Tim. I i n ni d Citiztn
OPERA M0RT0,VS HOUSE
I'l.KTCIIKK TlJURKI.1., MANr.XK
WEDNESDAY, SrPfFM ER 28
3Tr Kulluur.1 tiy ,"Z'r"
OU Mluttrrl Monatchs OU
Watch for the t;raml Street Parade ami
Hand Concert at u a, m.
An expert bicyclist, will give a tree exhibition
of riding ut noon.
I'dcM jc, jsc, 50c and 75c. S'SU t kale
Turxlay inoinlng at Van Culltr book lntr
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3Q
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Lincoln J. Carter's American
Naval Drama, "
"A iilay thai la euo.1 (or
me noun aim noutn,
l(t ami Went.'
Startling in its Realism!
Novel in ilsCotistitiction!
Picturesque nnd True to
J, He in its Rendition1
SI!H the Dctttuction ol the Malue-The crral
Naval lliltlcol Manila. Gruuilrst, moit novel
auj orlkiual tnccta cvtr uuMucnl
Stat will ro on alj ns.i rburailny nioru.
In- at VinOilln'a took atote. I'rlcc 15c, jjc
joe and ;jc.
Should Have Your
Tbree Reasons . . .
I t ? '
Did you over stop to think about the water
you drink? If you havo not, WHY NOTP Your
health is endangered unless you filter the water
you drink. We have FILTERS that we
to make tho water as pure and sparkling
as spring- water.
THEY DON'T COST MUCH.
I carry in stock the following- brands
L. C. SMITH,
ALSO LOADED SHELLS
M. K. JONES
foifir;., r. -
t i. ' ,tiflt.
Ate treasures as precious to life
ns those ot Golcoiuhi...
St. Bernard Lump, - - 7c bushel
St. Bernard Nut, 6c bushel
Pittsburgh and Anthracite at - bottom price?
DKMVKHKD, FOU SPOT CASH ONLY
st. berkarcoal company
4 2 7 BROADWAY
Buried in the Mines
TELEPHONE NO. 8.
For c.iMi only till October 15th:
Choice Lamp 7c, NUt 6c Bilshel, Dellrervi
PRICK AT KI.KVATOR, bwhcls
nnd over: Choice Lump 6c, Nut 60 MjtM.
PRICK TO STKAMHOATS, foot of JajRoi
ftrcot: Nut, Pea and Slack 3,'o bnafaoL
Mlno Run Ic.
Wo will refund lo bushel to all our friend
whoso coal houses wo havo already tilled for
noxt wlntor'H tiso.
Paducah Coal and Mining Co.
Phono 234. onico at Elevator.
BARRY & JIEMEBERGER
Crabtree... COAL Deanefieht
Lump per Bushel 7 cents; Nut par Bushel 6 cents;
Anthracite, all siies, per Ton $7
Wc will take enro of our uistomcrs,
your orders, SPOT OASU.
Render Lump 7 cents
Render Nut 6
Old Lee Anthracite'
$7.00 per Ton
Yard, Tenth and Jefferson 1
Central OoaS and
mrs. k. uuiuiAUEu. solicitor
FOURTH AND BROADWAY
OVER M'PHERSON'S DRUG STORET
FIRST Ilo ;r..i Jnntees a perfect 111.
SKCONI) . . Ilo does nil his work with hoincjlabor, r
He will sell you n suit ot clothe made to ordn "3,
A s cheap as you can buy
And tht oaiy