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VOLUME IU NUMBER 257
I ARREN COUNTY
s s
It is Clear Meai to See Mont
gomery kA Do Hotter
There Ih ii jc n iroutlni lvovat
Mcbllno nt IuwIIdk Circn
Monday Next
LOUlSVlLLK July 10 The
Post tmlay prints from Howling
Green the tinmen of six I limited
Democrats who hsvu signed the pt
titlons calling or thu anlijm ltd
meeting set for Monday otxt Hie
leaders of tlio tnovfi cltitiu there are
wo other petitions nut aud thst ttioy
ru certain to get foit liiinilrud mure
names All thcuo signers r c sub
tautlal Demqurots and they ara dl
known In Warren county It Is ex
peeed flvo hundred thousand people
will Bttord the meeting Monday and
tbnt tt will speak in doeisivo tono
MEADS TO NEW YORK
l hn bfect r Stnkv nt HrcoUlyn
Dynamite UhhI Lust Night
NKW YOKK July 10 The
atrcet car strike ban sprsad to this
city and was manifested this morn
ing Two lines ore badly ruippUd
tho Metropolitan which is thu long
est one suffering must Alt Is quiet
In llrooklyn though fewer cars are
running She men charged with do
Ing lait nights dyuatnitiug hare beou
Arrested
kKw VOKK July 10 -Several tnk
rrj were hold over for dywsmiUug
tho nrooklyn staliMi last lU flliU
Tlieto have been frequent disturb
iincr in tins city tills afternoon owing
Ut the strike begun in tills place Tim
iutook is tiecomtng morn serious
CLEVELAND July 10 Tlio
street car strike situation remains
unchanged
AN EXTRA SESSION
Gov Ilriullcy May Cull One 1 hi
Afternoon Democrats Protest
FRANKFORT July 19 Gov
croor liradlcy wants to catl an extra
session of the legislature The onh
question ii political capital soy I lie
Democrats but this is of course not
true The governor may decide tbh
afternoon however
KENTUCKY REPRESENTED
CHICAGO July 10 The Dein
ooratic leaden are gathering today
rapidly for the national committee
meeting tomorrow Judge Tarviu
Senator lHsckburuand Editor Wood
son of Kentucky aro already here
A row oter the Auditorium meeting
tomorrow night threatens to cause a
hot actional fight
ALGER QUITS
WASHINGTON July 10 Algor
at last resigns taking effect at the
pleasure of the president
FILES A PETITION
W 8 Lockrldgo Aska Relief In
the Federal Court
W K UJCkridge of HprliiK HI I
Hickman county this morning Med
a petition In bankruptcy In the U A
court here through his attorney RT
nuUoctJprifltiian
His liabilities nre about 3000
MRS BISHOPS CONDITION
Mrs TV H lllshop is today uelevetl
to be In a critical condition from can
cer and not thought to tie able to
m r vive the night Hhe has lieen In a
precarious condition for several days
past and has lieen ill fornnny weeks
CANDIDATE FOR ENUMERATOR
Messrs U II Kletiardson J M
Hart and Itof II C Iyon lire npp
canta before thu couuoil for the po
sitions of census enumerators for
taking the second class city census
TOBACCO SALES
There have been tobacco sales nt
icvcral of tho local warehouses todayj
and tobacco men report that wies
aro the best this week of the entire
year - itfV
THE LATEST
1
A Hwcdc who attempted to iissatilt
a girl was spirited away from the Jnll
BtMurphy N C Just In time to escnpo
lynching
The WashliiKton Toil an iidniims
t ration paper launches Hooscvlts
vifu presidential boom
Henry Dyer was killed in Morgan
county by a sawlog rollliiK over him
easily in a race with the llrltnniili
Grasshoppers arcrulniiiB vegptntlpn
In tho vicinity of Trait Kun
John K ttweiiringcn of KdgcfiuM
B 0 nho wns made totally blind by
an accident when 7 years old has grad
uated from tho Soutli Carolina col
lego at tho ago of SO after having
niado thotilghest record during the en
tire four years of any man since tho
founding of tho collego in tho first
part of this century Tho faculty re
tard Mr Hwuaringcu as a woni
BLUEGRASS BRIDES
Ihn Urupvr 5 iitinly Loin to Ken
tticky lor lulr Wlvm
WUSIIINUTciN July 1 T T i nar
rage of Lieut Arthur Joy Druior
oo of Ambassador Williiiiu F Draper
to Miss II llli Diiihhmi Voorlis of
l xlliRlon Ky tin been set for Hop
tn mt il tun ami Mrs Draper me
expected lo lo prusonl Urn Draiicr
WliirtMl tln Kentucky nmtrlmi nlnl
tpidemlc In Ids family hy iiiirrutig
Mi Hinile rruston twelve years ago
HU liiothei loirto Draper unrrlad
Mfs Jessie 1restoli a Hitter to th
bride of Oen Draper The lreslor
Mini in were daughters of Die noted
William Irestun residing lit
lAiiiktiiii mill wriv fur fmicd for
tniity
ftei Draper bHng abroad whn
iciugr Draper wont to Kentucky to
calm Ills bride George Otis Draper
tile oldest sun of Gen Draper accom
IHiiucil Ills uncle George Otis whs In
turn captured by a Kentucky beauty
lh I lie person of MHk 11 Hie Diinean
the second daughter of Mayor Henry
T Duncan of tlio elty of Lexington
hi
viiw iwiirled lo Miss Duncan Arthur
Joy acoemputilod his brother and was
i is best in mi
He remembers stopping on I e front
lawn or tlio Duncan home to kiss a
jiii ful child Hi littlo rosy checked
Co i of Hanker Yoorhles n entis n lo
Ink mothers bride Last year lie nna
with the Ctrl brother Capt Gordon
Wuhict fighting Spaniards in 1orUi
lie When he returned lion v Miss
V ihles now blushing glrlof ii Ino
i eii was nthls brothers homo vis tint
1 1 cousin II was n ease of loo at
fMl Slplll
The nodding wllltake place Bepli i
lir t at the Vorliios resident i
tt miuIoii where there will be Jn us
sen l Inge of fiiiuons people from every
pail of the eountry
BELL WAS HELD
Was
win
IiltiiliH tl liy Assistant
Postmaster Fisher
Ho Tried Here In November
Next Now in lull nt
hprnulled
Assistant Postmaster John Hliei
and lostlilun Charles Ilolliday this
morning returned from Hast St Lou
is where they weut to testify against
Jerry A Hell the Iaducsh negro in
Jail there charged with fradulenll
collecting money from the iostolllcc
here on a money order in favor of
J A Hell white
The olllclals idcutifled him very
readily as the same man to whom thu
letter was delivered as well as the
man who appaarcd at the poitolllce
indorsed the order and collected the
10
Hell however denied it all and
said he never saw any of them before
and never collected a cent on a raoucy
order in his life
He was held to answer and ordered
to jail at Springfield III where lie
will remain until tlio next November
term of court hero unless he gives
bail He vmI then be tried hufore
Judge Krana
MADE FINAL SETTLEMENT
Administrator J M Worlen yestcr
day niudu a final settlement aa ad
mlulstrator of the estate of Kabrn
Reynolds colore I The woman was
killed by a strict car on August 8
last and her administrator sued tho
company for iroao but recently
compromised for 8 The attor
neys fees amount to liL5 court
costs llli minimis niters fees 10
Tlio balance l6ftr5 was paldtotho
heirs a husUind and eight children
NATIONAL LEAGUERS
Delegates left last night for India
napolis lud to attend the annual
latlonal convention of the Kpworth
league which convenes tomorrow
Those who went wero Misses Addlo
a d Jessie Uyrd Mary uud Ham
Honda huoy Holloway represent
ing t ho broad way M V church league
Floyd Harris MIsr Jaitlo Anderson
and Hev J l Wilson representing
the Trimble street M K church
SMALL BLAZE
The fire department was this morn
ing called to tho residence of Mr W
F Uradshnw on West Hroadwny by
a blazo In a small hotiso in the rear
of the yard containing a stove and
601110 furniture The house caught
lire from the Hue and being frame
quickly burned Tho loss entailed
was slight
BITTEN BY A COW
Mr G L Owen of Graccy Ivy
camo in this morning and called on
Captain Joo Fowler to have tho lat-
tcrs mad stone applied to his right
hand on which la a wound Inflicted
by a cow supposed to lmvo rabies
DEATH NEAR WOQDYILLE
Mrs C I Knott need 10 dicdnt
her home near Woodvlllo last night
and tlio remains were this afternoon
buriid at the llayott church
To Curs Coiutlnntluu Kororer
TakcCaacarets Canity Cathartic lOaorSSc
iOC tall to cnr rirucstkis rotund mono
Tho long brdwers strike at Chica
go has been ended by a settlement
N
5J liP
How
HO ADDITIONAL
Bonn of KI ileal ion Will
Limited in Its
Money Will lie Si vod
Ulllin f Hi Mucoid
OlftHH
lie
A strike at tho Coal Creek and
Jcllioo mines near Knoxvillc Totin
seems imminent There have been
very serious initio stnkoj at these
mines In tho past
San Salvador is in n htato of soigo
because of revolutionary plotting-
The war department will pay no at
tention to the newspaper correspon
dents in tho Ilulipjilncs London pa
pers nroespcclally vigorous lu con
demning the administration and com
mending tho oourso of Uio
in
A Ktcnt iimiiyof the taxpnysrsliavi
urn led to ImIIsvh tty thopc opiMisctl
lo radiicnh KoIiir Into cities of th
kcxxiiiU clam that It will coat the city
ttiOil JinOOd a yer more lo puy
xtienws than under th prrcnl
fiirier This Is nut true
Under the second class eliy charter
the hoard of education which under
I e precit charter eim cetnnynmsrit
II iteiiihiiila lint exceodlnc fifty tent
on I lie H0 audit never asksfor ass
-can collect lint thirty five cents on
tie 100 uli ell will save theclty at
ens I 100011 a year andat I- m Bnni
tin make the board more nconsmcitl
its cxxiidllures and jirevent th
erection of 76000 buMdinss that
less than six months leorgo otlij i urd nn diRi1 elliifllt fruiiuciiiu
ami whkli In addition re nor needed
alp lesent
Idil
A CLOSE CALL
ArpiiI W II Lliick Hits a
Very Narrow Escape
tVns In n Iritlii I litil
Over Nnr tt JoiiN
tcrdny Alornlnt
IiiiikiI
Yen
Mail Agent W 11 Luck if Jef
fursou stteet oeina In this in- nini
a day behind time lie was
Iv glad to get hero nt all
is he was on the liter that was Unti
ed over on the III uois Central yoster
tiny morning and cams near being
killed He was shaken up pretty
badly and reoived pah ful bruises
hut wns hnppv to yet olf so light
The fireman iind ntioth r tliin as re
ported jeslordny wile ktlhd
Air libit k leaves S Iiu on tl
fnst train wbicb ov riakes thu r a
lar passenger due in Iilicnb a 390
every afturuoon at CarlMidale 1 1
and transforn the iu i 1 uml sgent to
tho regulsr pssiigr
Mr lliulv iis the Henl and hi
tram was lurud over hetor it
reuchot CarUmUle and overlook tbe
regular paengur on whiuh he etimes
into lmliunh every dsy lie aud
the mail novordlngly did not reaoh
Fadticah until this inornlnj The
eatiitc of the tvieek It wetii was
that the etiytue was Uxi llhl fir the
train
PLOT FOILED
Convicts In t tic Icnltontliiry I Inn
to Kscnpe Kut re Mctrayed
rilANKiOHT Ky July IV A U
Iterate pan eoitcevetl by lime of Ihe
most desiderate convicts in tlie Krank
fort penitentiary to kill the guards
and foreman in the shoe d parlnient
rob them of their nrma ami make a
dash for lllierty faded yesterday
The leailei a Morgan county desper
ado had with blin eight otlHre ami
al serving life sentences for murder
There are 200 men empoyed In the
hoe factory ninl thew and a part of
those In the chair shopx were to fol
low their dash for lllierty out ct the
piikoti walls The ownfiMernt s bad
lieen worklngon llteir ptuis for weeks
nivt IS oclock Monday was the time
kI foi them to do their bloody tvur
lhey had Kivured knives winch
they carried concealed about their
cothes ami the ringing of tlie nocn
Ih iI whs to liavo Is eu the signal for
then to assault mid kill Foreman
Thomas of the shoe fuctery mid
Guards Hpencer Ijrtie Hunter II
fleit mid Hippie and after loblring
tnt in of their pistols and Wmclrrs
tern to dailiout of the ivar gate fol
lowed by Hie ineii in that eml of
the blKpritau
Twenty minute iieforo tho upiioiiil
cd tlmo Warden lillard mid sivrnl
of hlR most trusted slioi men waked
Into tho Khoe department lieavny
armed and one by one Ilrooks Hitl
fied mid their followers wero tokl
that they wero wanted at tlio eel
house The othora iwm warned tc
stand In their tracks under pain of
death mid tho desradoes realizing
hat the officials knew what they wvre
lolng took up their sullen march to
hecellliotiso where they wero search
ed and relieved of their knives and Im
provised weapons which they expected
to uso with deadly effect
Tho shoo factory where the principal
part of tho plot w as to lmvo been car
ried out is disconnected from tho main
part of the prison mid is surrounded
by a big wooden Htocknde From tho
loor to this there is easy access to thu
unci and aa only four or five guards
arc employed there this department
wna well adapted to the carrying
out of the desperate plans
afcmcah
PADUCAH KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 19 1899
liitornatloiinl Conference or lP
Mortli LcnutierH
INDIANA POIIH I ml Iuly ill -The
lliteriHilkinsI conference of t b Vi
worth leacle which opens tomorrow
promises lo be as big u religious
deuoostratlon as the most enthuslus
tic llltd nntlclimted Hoveral thoin
mid euthuskistlo younif Mcthotllst
are iitieatly on tlio ground and train
NfiriiiK ItHUissnilsof olhers are on III
hi Heegsts ari lieiiu nSHgiiMl
t oforlnli c quarlers us fHit t as tley
arrive A motif the notable vslt
ors nmy Ih iiiHiitinii il Ilishnp t II
fow lei Oeneral John U Oordon
ttoiil Itogcr of Nttithnesterti univer
sity Illnhop Tbobiiriiof India lllshiip
VraCbe lllshop John 1 Hurst of
Wa slum i on DC Ilisliop IUijeriild
of Nashville IKv 0 J Ilondof MaII
fax aud Jikti Parson of ChleaKO
Ilfttdquarters were opeiwd today for
iiofil of the state territorial and pro
vincial delegations Among t e state
headquarters which presented busy
scenes today were those of Illinois at
Iloberts Park M E church Pennsyl
raiila and West Virginia at Meridian
street M H church Michigan at the
Second lrtfsuyterlan church Indiana
at -lie 1 irst rresliytirtan cliurrh Olih
ti the lMymoutliOougregiiilonul church
anl In at lie idwln Kay M K
inircli Tlw state capltol bullilliig
hn U en larjly turned over by tlio
Male molds for the purjiostsol tlio
convention and the house of ropres nt
n lives l lie court rooms Rtidchainbers
1nre boing utilized as headquarters
for depart nent inferences an4 for
corrfsporidenee rooms
NEW 0FPIGBBUILDIN6
One of the Fimst in the State to
He at Fourth mid Broadway
IrKdmni V Kullcr VMM Lrect It
at Once thirty Xw
llco Rooms in It
Day by day some new entuprlM
r Indulstry springs up to niNrti
prigies of Iaducah and rierih illy
bu most Important building
of the year will b Uic new of
fice building te lie erected at Fourth
in I llroadway within the next tlre
Olenitis by Messrs Jos I Friedman
ami John W Keller two of Faducahs
i ft nlUcejis
ihsw tmlidiug will take in tho
iruaeut llufftt Iwrtier shop and KlrUi
Uruc clgsr store and thu building Just
vacated by the Iuducnli Waur com
pany on Hotith Fourth ktrvut It
wid be ae erul stories high and will
tie built of flue brick with every
modi rn Impnnoitiuit Including electric
kivtor hut and cold water tolliit
rooms electric bells and spcaMnic
tultcs electric ligtils mid overy other
modern convenitmo and Improvement
Th g round fior will 1m a moddof
pvrftctkii but ii is not yt given
i ut by ubit it will b i ecu pied
TIkto will lieHlKiut thirty of fie rooms
In the building and the plans and
-harts will be made public this wevk
and the coiitraetlel tills weokT
Work will prtibably haw tiegun or
thu now building by the first of next
week ail It will be finUhed ns rapid
ly as The gentlemen do not
now what the approximate cost will
be but JHiiliMu from the mttgniriccil
of bulhllng they
i lite il ir1t coil oniivsnoiiMtid do
lars
The edlflte will l a cnnvnleiite as
as an ernniiieiit and will be u
great credit to Fnducah As thcplac
aie gheu out from time to tinn the
uu wnl gtve llieui to the publi
COLORED BAPTISTS
Women Convention Meets Hero
Toiiiorrow
Tho Daptlet Womens Edueatonnl
convention an organization among tho
colon el iieoplr will convene in this
city Thursday morning at 10 oclock
with the lirst wnrd Haptist church
on Harrison between Flevontti nud
Iw ftb stieeis and will bo in Seuluh
four days The work of theorganlzn
Hon will bo confined principally to
tho educational welfare of tbe d nomi
nation In this end of thostato Many
abo persons of tho connection wilt bj
present iinoxcullent program has been
prepared and a successful meeting
is assured Mrs Francis Daley of
Earlmtoti is tho present president
Rov W K Glover pastor of the First
ward Haptist church lias made ample
preparation for the entertainment of
tho delegates many of whom wlllar
r v tedii some having come yeatee
day
PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY
llliH
Timo it In u Hesldont
Gravtt County
BOUGHT MANY TIES
of
John V Wrlclit of Graves county
this morula filed n potliluu in bank
ruptcy through his attorneys Hoc-
nrUon ThuHan He Is a well known
farmer and his hnbllltles arc 10 17
Cap II Dutt who has been Ii
Missouri buying ties for tho Chicago
Milwaukee and St Faul railroad camo
In yesterday after having bought
100000 ties and shipped them to his
road Ho left today for Chicago and
will not return to Iaducah for several
weeks perhaps Capt Dutt is prepar
ing to build several new houses bers
GATHERING IN
Democrats Convening in Chicago
to Holil a Ioivwow
Ilic Nnltonnl Coiiiinlttoc mrtx
Toiiiorrow lo 1irparo for
Next Yvuirt tniiipulnn
CHRAUO II July 111 The hotels
are ft hug up with the namrsof prom
inent Democrats from ad parts of the
txmtiiiy rtio arc gathering fox ise
HDVtjig tomorrow of the national
committee and the one or two Import
ant poitieal now wows that are lelied
ued lo be held on th side Froml
if nt among those who have flady
eenxed it who are exrcted toput III
an nppenrnuce Inforp mghtfa 1 nre
Senator Tilmnn of Koulb Carolina
A W McTuno of Utah Wi lam II
Alnte of Washinglon mid D J
tnmpau of Michigiiu a 1 of whom are
down for address at the si r r
ra ly to be held at the Auditorum
ton oi ion tight
Representatives of the Mlesourl
Democracy arc much in evd nt Ac
coidmg to reports they br ng with
them a bona fide offer of 00000 to
go into the National Demicratlc cam
paign fund on condition that Kansas
Citj Is selected as the place for Hit
national convention- To win out
however the Missouri city must suu
cessfu ly buck against the claims of
Denver Chicago Omntin IMtsbturg
and one or two other cities al of
winch are expected lo have big
gutions on hand provided with the
wherewithal to contest for the on
vent it 11
Those who have arrived are exceed
ing y reticent as to the jirobabU
worU o tho onwnlltce meeting but
ili opinion Is generally vouchsafed
that the committee will not take up
matters of issues policy platform 01
cjiididites Notwithstanding ths
tho Ohio Valley HlrrKlallo league
In 1 Mitt a strong delegation winci
wid use its utinott endeavors to luie
Xv committer place llsclf on record
on l lie siver questen 4
H P DUNN DEAD
UUd Lust lenlnK Alter a Vur
Lengthy Illness
Mr M 1 Dunn aged CO and a well
known ship carpenter died at 6ocoek
yesterday afternoon at his borne 821
South Third street from a compile
Hon of diseases after a several wo ks
Illness
The deceased leaves a wife and two
sons Messrs Lacy and Fete Dunn
The funeral took place this afternoon
at oclock services by Rev W E
Cave Interment at Oak Orove
The deceased was nn old confeder
uto veteran and was during thu wa
an ordrly sergeant of Co K Thirc
Kentucky
CASES CONTIHUKD
John Louu Is Warruutctl On Au
ditor lIiarno
Judge Banders court lasted but I
few minutes this morning
John Long was last evening warrant
cd on a charge of obtaining money
by falbe pretenses by selling as hh
own tlio blcyclo he Is charged wth
stealing from Mr A- A Jones
The twocaseB one for grand larceny
and tho other for obtalnnc money by
falso pretenses wero continued b
agreement ttirtHluextTunBikU Major
Moss lias been juiployed to defn
lilru
lie
COLORED BOY KILLED
yvph summer Kldo on the
N C Ai St L
Oils Davis aged 12 of 226 North
Twelfth street Iaducah had his head
cut off by a cattle guard on tuc N
C A Kt L railroad at Paris Tcnn
last night about 830 oclock He was
stealing a ride when ho fell and had
tho amputation performed by the
cattle guard Tho remains wilt be
brought hero for burial
SMALL BLAZE IN OTTAWA
The former Methodist parsonage nt
Kuttawa occupied by George Hsnson
of that place was destroyed by fire
yesterday Loss several thousand dol
lars with partial Insurance
BASEBALL YESlfcKDAY
Philadelphia 4 Louisville 8
nrooklyn 2 Tlttsburg 8
Ilaltlmorc 5 Cincinnati 7
New York 0 Chicago 7
Washington 4 Cleveland 5 Second
game Washington 11 Cleveland I
1108ton3St Louis 9
WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE not
only effectually oxpels worms but
is unequalled as a tonic and Is a
ct tain and permanent cure for
Chills and Fever In children Trice
25 cts Sold by DuUols Co
rust
How Are lour Kidneys f
Dr Uobbt Sptrunt PI1U cure alt kldner IU Pm
plstrre Add btrllDgllcmd7CoCblcnocrW V
LOST On North Sixth between
Trimble and Union depot pockctbook
containing lt and somo cents tick
H to Indianapolis via Louisville with
mime nnd address of owner Laura
Nordcman Metropolis III Liberal
roward to finder If purse Is left at
this office
-Mayor Lang has called a meeting
of the city council for tonight to
amend tho license ordinance
b5b Var saaW
h
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vPwD slRn
IkvI V
49c r aty elipper
tan
7 lc r a lis
per wth
o mer p
in black and
fin nr blick sip
b ih nnd but kit1
81 00
10 DAYS ONLY
h Grade
icycles for
PCI3
1500 - choice - 1500
of any of our
tMenp t YgrW Ft
wsi
fox 00 CASH
Any Childs
Cap in the house
25 Your
Money Back in
every instance
when not
fory
I
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Ft i V
flilS
All 18 20 an I 122 b - ro for SI5 Macks
aud Uluts except 1 liue Fancy Worsteds Che
viots Thibes and CassttnereJ all go All new
stock All this seasons designs
25 PER CENT OFF OM ALL SUITS
That sold for less than 18 Blacks and Blues
excepted This includes even those we reduced
some time ngo from 15 to 1250 and from
1250 to 10 This gives you an opportunity
to buy a 15 suit for 938 and a 12 50 suit
for 7 50
ALL OUR 150 MENS
LINEN SUITS go for
ODDS of 450 and 5
CRASH SUITS ro for
HARRINGTON 4 DERBYS
Either Black or Colored go for
98c
250
300
t
i 50 a Week Fully Guaranteed
s
v
10 CENTS A WEEK
DOWN
BALANCE
OUR 25 BICYCLES
Are the Best Values Ever Offered for
the Money
A few more of thoso Lamps leit at 68c 73c and 98c
416 Broadway James W Gleaves Sons
Ol
10
In Summer Footwear at DOCKS
A BONA FIDE CUT
FOR CASH
S14U for a S3 00 oxford In black or tan or patent Icother in lace button or
congre s
121 tor a genuine turn oxford iu btek nr tan kid or patent leather tip
Former price 81 75
ilUc for a ice black or tan oxford We 1 m -U and cheap at 51 50
98c for a mi93 neat while ki l slipper price SI 25
75c or ladys strap sandal with bow a nl buiklp Patent tip or plain tip
Oeoiie Book Son
WEILLES oCUT PRICE SALEo rf WEILLES
t
I CUT PRICES Your Gain Our Loss CUT PRICES
398 Gives Choice
Of allourgQyg Jgg pants Suits
And rvr
1 51 i
K K
uinli r
J i
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25 Per Cent Off on all curj
ui Pi m formerly
p 20 i r if f il nil
n II K III hi it 1 1
i i nr Ufii
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25 Per Cent Off on all our
complete line in western Kentucky
and guarantee a perfect fit Wo han
dlo tho celebrated Seeloy truss Ask
your physician about them
MTHERSONS
DRUGSTORE
Fourth nnd Hroudwav
Paducah Mill
See the
latest in CLUB
Ties The
Windmere In
many va
rieties of colors
and patterns
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if You Are
Ruptured
You can be afforded
relief nnd in many
cases a permanent
euro by tho uso of
f the proper truss
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Wo have the most
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Suits I
MENS STRAW HATS
That sold bove 1 One lot Mens Slraw
and Cheviot Hats that sold at 50c nud 75c
now go at 25c
25 Per Cent Off on all our
Colored Derbys Flanges
Poabni ami Crushers Stetsons excepted In this
sale we include Stetsons colored FInrge at
25 PER CENT OFF
CUT PRICES ARE STRICTLY CASH
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and Elevator Gos
FLOURING MILLS
Our flour Is guaranteed to equal anything on the market
Our Brands arct Pride of the Purchase A No I Success Snow Drift
and Daisy
Every pound of our flour is guaranteed to givo satisfaction
or money refunded
Why not buy flour from your own mills
Here it is
Whats the difference
OUll JIHA OVTStPS MILLS
Buys wheat hero Dnut
Helps our own town Dgnt
Supports our schools Dont
Gives to tho churches Dont
lluys groceries hero Dont
And a few dry goods Dont
Pays a snug tax hero Dont
Hires all help herd Dont
Help yourself by heloin your horoe mill Its a good things rush it
along by calling tor it nd accepting none oincr
Telephone 356 Office and Mills 220 first street
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