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EARLY SPRING
Shirt Waist Materials
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Isattlf 1 line t assorUd fast cot bam assorted colon fancy stripe 1
tir < 4 percales ginghams madras and affects 69 rent per yard
eiiaabraya to select from An especially good thing and some
BVlnoa p rcales IB I beautiful tripe thing new for shirt waists Ioor I
eel 1 boot pattern fast colon Si meroerlced chambray 51 Mats uI
Mats per yard yard
IClacb percales 3i i light and dark Also chambrays In light ad dark
Ma I 114 oenis per yard blue gray and pink at 10 eents per
FU fast oelcre gtngUams la yard
siatlfil corded effects Ue and 11 Ii See what wa are lferlol I IB long
sits per yard cloth and nainsooks for ladles and
Bemtlful fait colorei zephyr gins childrens wear
hats U I cheeks end stripes 1M Mid 86 Inch English long cloth tjfyaiad
at esnts per yard in a bolt for tl per bolt
Tery flue quality madras In fancy SB Inch imperial loaf el thlIne I
orded and tact strip effects fast eel ehamots finish 126 per bolt
ors ile and 0 cent pr yard 88lneh flue English nalnsoek 11
IMiehfji nnoeth French glnj yards in a bolt fl0 gr bolt
4 Linen CrashI 4
4
Vatileahe4 twill linen msa with All linen bleaohe boa erash 18
border SJj cent por yardHobe wide 8s cents per yard
SMac unbleached linen tnasi 18Inch alkaline In any color and
very flus quality for Itl cents per design of patterns desired 10 and
yard 1 J If cent per yard
Whit and blue ud whit and red Oretons In flno heavy quality anil
keek linen cask 1 It Inches wld 10 bOAuUfal floral fdeslffas Me tit 40o
w e enb per yard and 50o por yard
I Silkaline Drapery i
Tery la saear Swiss < 9J lac M t Alt a fine assortment f curtain
wIO IB I larg aid smsll polka dotiscrlras for 50 ip is n nnt pr yard
and floral patterns IB cent per yard
Good Values in Muslin Underwear
Oont sayers made of fine cambric Nice fall donsstl underskirts t
task down front and embroidery with embroidery and tucked flounce
ads rand neck S5o and extra dust nib font
Pin mnbrlo osrset cvr with lace Fine muslin skirt with deep em
iBitrtia cost hat and taw edge broidery and tucked flounoe tucks In
r ini nut Dlfftrtnt styla for Ue skirt above flounce id extra dust l
u 4t ai It eachruffle A specially goad valo for
Ion xmbrla cnt OOVSK with = 160
jrtsof German Insertion and leoLadl nice neat dmsti drawers
dgs trlumtng at neok 7iellh
with tnokij ISo
PIdlllel corset eo erlo neck
corer neokLadletlnemuIUldrawnwltlo
LadletlnemuIUldrawnwltlo fall >
Ml all Isee 1 front II and 1125 each
cambria looked ruffle 39e
it lint aalasook corset cover with three
IceLadles > fine cmbrlo drawers with
rwet f LM Insertion cross front Ice
U bctuokedombroleder1 ram Splendid
roaa4vstap4 neck tucks In back
r 150Tlla for GOo and T5o
Lsdlu fine cambric embroidered Ladies fine muslin drawers full
trlIII J chemise COo and ISo each width drawn work ruffle and sin
Tiae musliB gown with took and broidery on edge 1160
fiat asibroidery yoke and ruffles round Mine full muslin ndsrskirts
> sk adloon SOc 75o and fl with embroidery ruffle BOo and Tie
Bsautlfnl gowns male of fine earn Children drawers clues 1 one year
Wo wick hesastltohed ruffles either to twelve years
lase s mbroldry trimmed full Size on year nice domestic draw
width fl lW and 1160 ers with tucks only lOc 150 and 200
Fin cambric gowns with lace or Misses aloe muslin drawer with
mridery front and lug fancy cot neat tacked embroidery ruffle too
Isr extra width SBO and f 150 250 and 85o
Miss Zula Cobbs
Second floor of Ellis Rudy Phillips I
Save It Sir
1Save 1
Save It by All Means
We mesu the 50 cents IOU can save oa your Fal 11
and Winter Shoes by buying them here
Our Mens 3 co Shoes are guaranteed to be th
Lest Shoes sold la l Paducah for the money
These Shoe are built especially to be BBTTBF
than any other Shoe sold for the price
They will wear as lone fit as well look as ell
at any 3 50 Shoe yet produced
All leathers all styles all sizes all widths
Out PRICE 381 3 A PAIR
ITCr1 pair perfectly comfortable
All Goodyear welts
Tisnsands of men comeback again and gilt
af these same shoes
A Shoe Stoic doesnt crow without reason
Fadncabwithout
doesnt become the biggest in Padacah witaout the
best of reasons Good Shoes mike a good Shoe flora
belt Sheu make the best Shoe atoms
4 We Have Other Linesr k
That Will Interest You e I
+ rqie bays Fur Trimmed Satin Quilted Slipper sot4 at 150
7lo buys Fur Trimmed Felt Slipper sold at too
Jijp buys line Womens Welt Dutton Shoes new Yon were 300
f i 50 buys line Flee VIe Farr Stitched cheap U Szob1 E
MISSES COODS
v St 25 buS the Shoe you are asked 150 for
tl eo buys the Shoe you are asked ft 1Z5 for
fCHILDS LINE
sOt 7c and > COt Fee our tine It these prices >
THATS US COME SEE
UAHTOYA PHILLIPS
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UBICRIPTION RATES
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fhl ywy rmn pawn paid r
Addzsea Tea Boa rtdicmh Kj
Omca 114 o4a0L I No >
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sale I at the rii i
following places
VinCuliM West tEnd Store
R D Clements t Co
i VitiCulin Bros Slorei
1Palmer t NNIONNNNNNNeNe House i t
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TUESDAY JAN U 1801
ITnp nBOISTEBS EVASION
The Register tans to Its wise policy
when Its circulation Is I In question
vadesht prlnlcpil points The Sun
brongth forth in its article challeng
tag The Register to provo the truth
of Its oft flaunted statement that
The Register has the largest circa h
lion of any paper in West Kentucky
Paducah Uoluded and the largest city
sadalrcaltetlon of any paper in Paduosb
Advertising is accepted with this
guarantee
Instead It seeks resource to another
of Its pet policies bringing in per
sonalities Wo deem that unworthy
of f notice
noticeTho
The Sun Is I desirous of ascertaining j
lahaw far and how long the Register
eon carry this evasion In this morn
Ing Issue It says
When it comes to circulation The
Register will prove and make Rood all j
claims when it comes ton show down
of bona fide subscriber which docs
not includa dead heads and people
who do not pay for the paper and any
merchant contemplating plaoing ad
Inyetthing on that basis will mini us
coons
nstaco him of what wa claim
The Sun again says it doesnt be
Have this and again shallengcs The
Register to PROVE it The Sun has
the largest bona lido circulation In the
IIcity and can prove the claim We
ar anxious for a test to bo made
The Register Is I not else why such I
evasions It must either accept the
challenge or take down a seemingly
palpable mlsstatement if It dorm t
aooept the opportunity to prove it
teThe Inability of the Cubans to rut e
themselves Is being manifested In tho
consttutlonal convention in session In i
Havana Political factions often quo v
rep and several times riding has only
been averted after police interference
The Indications are that the conven
lion sooner or later must break up
In a row
rowWhydoatyoa newpape
Why dont yon run a newipaper
like that a merchant said to a reo >
porter the other day throwing out a
Ohlcaga dally For the samo reason
yon dont run a store like that the
reporter replied turning to a full
page advertisement of a Chicago hoe see
showing a twelve story building The
merchant looked attentively at the
picture for a moment and Idl
never looked at It that way before
Crnthlana Democrat
By the operation of a new law near
11ly 1 100 greengrocers butchers and
poultry sellers in New Orleans are e
e forced to close their pieces of business
permanently The law in question 1
prohibits the establishment of a lrl 1
ute market within HO foot of a pub
Ho market and was enacted In the in
terest of the publlo market leseeil I In I I
order to Increase the revenues of the 1
city It has been tested and upheld
In the courts The publlo markets now
have a monopoly and food prices In I 1
New Orleans will go up 10 or II per
tint
TRAINING UP THB TERRITORIES J
Much has been alai about educe I
tlenal movements in our new nlc
lories of Porto Rico Hawaii and the
Philippines In all three the gorernt t
ment through army officers and ednr
cational societies has achieved many I
things In Hawaii the work Is but a c
continuation of the system establlseb g
ted
ago which bu given the schools ol
almost as high a standard as those of
Illinois
In Porto Rica and the Philippines 0
however the work was like that n
among the freedmen of the south at b
tbe close of the civil war Officers
and educator found great eagerness 1
to learn but they had to begin at the I
beginning and teach not only the three e
Ra but the lessons of loyalty ancII
patriotism as wILIt
A
ItTbe
The same sort of work has been go
Ing on for years In our territories at
home When New Mexico Utah and
Arizona were annexed there came J
with them Into the union n mixed ed
population of alien antecedents on one
land and on the other hand a popnla m
lion a mach given to savagery as the l
mountain tribes in Luzon These
tribes were subdued bat the Helicons
f New Mexico and Arizona did not r
to
go forward in the America way
and the Mormons of Utah resisted
American authority and antagonized
American mthodoj
Meantime the educational societies kc
associated with several churches es r
tablished schools built colleges and
entered earnestly upon an educational SI
Vvmsat t that was I broaden InC C Ito
>
wJ
scope us the years went by Those
engaged in this movement planned to
teach Americanism as well Its the
school branches otoducatloii Teach
ers were trained in normal schools for
the work of influencing the younger
generation to uphold American Insti I
tutions
tutionsIt
It was the habit of teachers to
take charge of Mexican and Indian
children and by the simplest methods
and hand movements lead them from
one thing to another Ulto the deeds
of Abraham Lincoln and George
Washington The aim always was to
substitute the American Idea for the
old Spninsh Idea Racont reports
show that while this movement has
not attracted as much attention a s
some other educational movements
It is I meeting with great success
Tho younger generation In Utah Is 1
being won away from Mormoulsm or
at least from that place of Mormon I i
lim which indorses l polygamy and on
tagonlzos American Institutions In
Now Mexico the boys and girls com
lug within the Influence of the schools
and the church educational societies
are growing upas Americans
While Oklahoma Increased 111 pope
s
lotion from 61831 In 1890 to 393315
in 1900 Now Mexico Increased in por
hoa t
193000 and Arizona from 59000 to t
but 121030 Oklahoma came at onco
within tho Influence at pioneer Anted
canlsm Arizona name more slowly
under the same influence but still
fsiter than New Mexico Oat at last
under Ibo impulse of a genuine Amei
lean system of education the old 1
Mexican population is coming even
more rapidly under the sway of our
thought and progress
ANOTHER SENATOR
SENATORSIIIP
SHIP SCANDAL
The senatorial election In Utah has
given occasion for a new scandal
The Salt Lake Tribune charges that
the senatorshlp has been transferred
by the Mormon president to Thomas
Kearns in consideration of the pur
chase by him from tho Mormon
church of the Salt Air Death and rail
road which represented an nnproOt
able church Investment of acme fjOO
000 The majority of the legiilatnre
sendns
nally Republican and the Salt t
Lake Tribune is I a Jlepublloan paper
Kearns is a plain miner Ignorant I
uneducated and uncouth In bearing
but with a good deal of petition i l i
shrewdneis He mode a lucky strike
some years ago and Is I worth millions
The Salt Lake Tribune says that the
Repbnlicnns of Utah who believe in
decency personal honor and Ameri
rCAD uanhood want to make it clear
to the people of the country that a 1 1
senatorshlp from Utah has been par
chased and purchased directly 1to 1
the head of the Mormon church find
it asks the people of Utah and the 1
United States to take notice the t
statehood was obtained for Utah on
falsehood and false pretenses that t
every promise made by the chiefs o f
the Mormon church has been violated
tnnghP t
by the church president Is to be de
termined for a cash consideration
As the great majority of the Utah
voters are Mormons this is a kind of f
scandal not likely to be prevented by f
the election of senators br the people 1
As for Mr Kerns the experience of r
Mr Clark ought to have taught him
that one buying of ft senatorshlp docs
not secure the goods
MULE h CAUSES DEATH
IlIULE I
Murray Ky Jan 29 Carroll I I
Rogers a prominent farmer of the
Edgehlll neighborhood this county I
was HIM by a mule rearing back and 1
ailpawing him In the head Mr Bog I
erssonwas breaking the animal 1 I
when the mule became unmanageable
and thofather hastened to his atslst
anon When be reached them the t
mule which had suited arose and
l
pawed Mr Rogers with such force
that he died Mr Rogers wise high
ly 1 respected citizen and was a lromlI I
neat figure In county affairs
CANDIDATES FOR
FORCOUNTV
rCOUNTY CLERK
Princeton Jan 39 Assessor R
L Gresham and Sheriff John II
Stevens have both announced their
candidacy for the office of county
clerk subject to the Democratic par
ty Much Interest attaches to this
rata in slow of the fact that Frank AA
Pasteur the Incumbent was elected
on the same ticket with the above
gentlemen but will renter reelection
this year on the Republican ticket
o
FInE IN DOOTOWN
Tko home cf Hattie Edmund col tl
ored In Dogtpwn was burned last j
night It was a mere shanty and the Q
blaze caught from the flue The S
woman saved nothing but the gown c
she wore having retired and was j
loaned a dress by a neighbor and girs
en lodging at the city hall after the II j
lire Atl i
A
mireSSISTANT
ASSISTANT TOBAC
TOIIACCO l
CO INSPECTOR
Mr Joo Bishop youngest son of
Jndge W B Bishop has been appoint
assistant to Tobacco Inspector Ed
Miller and take his new position to a
morrow b
NEW POSTMASTER i SLATER J
J R Pluck has been appointed
postmaster at Slater Ballard county ito
succeed H D Warden resigned n
w
ONLY ELEVEN NOW
There are now only eleven inmates
the county poor farm and the
keeper Mr Padgett says they are all
enjoying life and doing well
BAIBIBR SALVB
most houilna salvo In tho world
> a
1
Clearing Sale
eOf
Winter Hosiery
AT
E GUTHR1E < COS y
325 BROADWAY
250 pair Fleece lined Hose zoc
quality to go 2 pr for 250
ijopilr + ItncJ Hose worth
3JC7 reduced to 2c
60 pair Grey wool Hose worth
350 reduced to 24C
60 pair lllack wool Hose worlh
Soc reduced to 391
st5 mist Childrens Ribbed Hose
rlull regular double sole and spliced
heel good value for Zjc to go In i
this sale 2 pair for 550
5 doz Children Ribbed Ox
Blood Hose worth 2jc to close out
toe pair
5 doz Childrens Ribbed Ox
Blood hose worth rse to close outs
7C pairCbllden
Child ens Seamless Ribbed Host
double Knee guaranteed fast ando I
stainless to sell for IOC
0 aVYVYVifi < 111 riWVV1f 7
SOCIAL NOTES i t a
i wwmAF
rTbe Wee club gave a pleasant den a
at Campbell building last night
among those present being
Mr and Mrs L A Urbansky Mr
and Mrs William D Herbstj Misses
ernI
Efflo Tree Linda Duiguid Ruth Wil 1
dash Lena Hedges Katie Hedges
Minnie Roberts and Ella Brown
Messrs Will Bryant John Rlpler
rk
Frank Moore Russell Long Fran k
llnr n
ncr Charles Wllshach Maarlco Marx i
Charles Crow and Albert Hawkins
The ZouJa club will give a Ian v
at the K of P hall tonight
The Monday Afternoon club held a
pleasant meeting with Miss Florence
Volser at Sixth and Madison eater
clay
SHOT AT
BUT O7MENT T WAS NOT HIT
DRUO STORE WINDOW
SMASIIHED
rConldera I excitement was ere
alai last evening near Fifth and Nor
I
ton Ernest Ozment It was reported
a
to the police today was shot at by an
unknown young man who ran and es
eapodt
Ozment then had trouble near Yel
sets drug store at Third and Jackson
end 111 boy threw a rock at him which
demolished nj I window No arrests
have yet been made
FIRE ENGINE TEST
SATISFACTORY
The test of the lire engine Meyer
Wellt Fourth and Harrison streets
last evening by Chief Wood was most
satisfactory A stream 175 feet was
forced by the engine on which repairs
have jnt been completed
Foleys Honey sod Tar
TarI
I8WITCI1YA HURT
Switchman W W James of Mini i I
phis was brought In this morning audI
conveyed to the Illinois Central bos i I
pilot with a badly spnlned ankle II e
will probably bo disabled for tome
little time
timeTo
tTo Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tab i
lets All druggists refund the money
if it falls to cure E W Grove sig
nature II 1 on each box 25a
EPWORTH LEAGUE MEETING
The Epworth League reception at 1
the Broadway M E ti thatch lost night
was well attended Bishop Morrison
owing to fatigue did not address the
meeting having arrived rather late
BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR t
CATARRH THAT CONTAINI I
MERCURY
s mercury will surely destroy the
eras of smell and completely derange j
tho whole system when entering It <
through the mucous surfaces nobI
articles should never bo used neap t
on prescriptions from reputable phy i
slclans as the damage they will do Is I J
ten fold to the good you can possibly i
derive from them 1a11s Catarrh
Cure manufactured F J
by Cheney i
Co Toledo 0 contains no ttert
cnry and is i taken internally acting T fj
directly upon the blood and mason
surfaces of the system In buying
Halls Catarrh Cure bo sun you get
tho genuine It is i taken Internally f
and made In Toledo Ohio by F J t
Cheney Co Testimonial free t
Sold by druggists 75c per bottle
Molls Family Pills I are the hett t
Germany and Holland are planning j
complete cablo system from China
byway of the Dutch East Indies and I
anllI I
Japan to America
A train plunged through t a bridge at a
aAJorrlanl
MeFurland Tenn killing two tr lu e
men fatally injuring another and
wrecilng five cars
ClIfI I
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relisru the cough a i
PoeltlvilJ alltlf
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LOCKED IllhlINv
now A WELL KNOWN PHOPES
BIONAL MAN GOT AHEAD
OF TilE COLLECTOR
A goal joke ti I toM nt the expense
of a veil known end lnlotrnt bill
collector of tho city
Ho had called several times oil a
well known jirofessIonabjSiuui tf col
lect a biU bat each Ami > I1D toilet i to
1
collect It
The other morning ho callwl again
and was ushered Jnto the gentlemans
private office Presently the latter
was called oat to see a I11ta friend
tlnd Ibo collector was left In the
office Time drugged on and still the gen
llamas did not return Waiting JOan
became monotonous find the collector
bethought himself of other nncollectcit
bills and started to leave
xlII surprise was groit when hat
discovered the doqr locked lIe was
a prisoner In his friends office ho was
la a Remit stool place and likely to
Itremain BOOIIIT or later however
prlnciiwlly later he got oulho mice
itnot my how but ilonMltM a certain
carpenter could tell
Ho has I not teen the sagacious pro
fessional mnn since and probably l Inst
looking for him
His ciperlnco points to n quiet
and effective way of getting rid cf
ft bill collector and at tho mute time
helping others to get rid of him
STATE CONVENTION
I
GENERAL SECRETARY MORSE
TO ATTEND THE Y M
C A MEETING
The state convention of the Y M
CJA to lie held in Louisville Feb
rout 21 to St will bo largely attend
cd This Is the association Jubilee
rear the lint Y M O A having
been started in Boston lu 1851 To
fittingly celebrnto this occslon the
state convention ha secnml Mr
Richard O Mow general secretary
nt the International committee to
1
present tho topic The SlKntuemee
and I Promise of thoJnbilea Convention
at Beaton June ItId 1W I Mr
roUono Is I a member of n dlstlngulhol
family and an obo speaker I
Mn Annie L Pierce daughter cf
the great poet Longfellow died Sat
Nay In Boston aged 80 Site died
la I the Longfellow mansion which
now became tho property of the Mac
la1IICbntto
sachnwtts HMorleal society
The one who has read the hook that
Is I called woman knows more than one
who has grown pale In libraries
llLndeaa
NaaaaaNawa
i TIPS I I
II yon want anything or wish II F
to part with anything try IIIa
S
eueeNeueaNeaANTEDTo
ANTEDTo buy a eeond hand
rollWANTEDTo
roll top desk must be In goal coudl
tlion S A Hill Ciiculator Dally
Sun MJttf
Hustling young man can make 180
per month and expense Permanent
position Experience unnecessary
Write quick for particular Clark
Co 4th and Locust Sta Phlladelph I
la Pa lolm
WANTED One or two roomers i I
single meet I location four blocks I
from business portion of the city
References required Rooms drab
class and furnished Address P O
box 80 25J5
LOST Last week a pair of gold rim
rimI I
spectacles on Broadway between
Ninth and SUteenth Return to this
omco and be rewarded SflJJ
The Pasture Stock Fowl Co 331
Time Building Chicago offer 11500
per week and 10 per cent on all sales
for a man with hors and buggy to
sell Pasture Stock Food S9J8
FOR SALE Fine pair of match
honeys Apply to UlOTrlmblo
UlOTrlmblo28Jw
28Jw
int
general housework Apply at once at
221 North Sixth street SSjtf
0FOR RENTOne nicely furnished
front room suitable for man and wife
or two gentlemen SOI Harrison
street 28J3
FOR SALE Houso find lot six
rooms 1100 1 cash Apply at 630
South Thirteenth street Inquire up
stairs L iI 28j6
Harry Roberts a thief whom the
jury failed to convict plead guilty tnv
mediately and took n year In the pen
Tho act as a great snrprlso to all
The Philippine commission i has is i
sued another warning to the Insur I
gents It give the rebels until April
to lay down their arms or 110 1 forced
from ofllco holding
I
Lieut Hobson ill In New York torI I
two months sable to leave the free
1ltdI I
u
KIDNEY DISEASES
are the most fatal of all dlsC
I
eases
1
KIDNEY CURE III 1
FOLEYSKIDNEY
FOLEYS
rULCI 0 Guaranteed Remedy 1I 1 I
or money refunded Contains I
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the but for
Kidney and Bladder troubles I
PRICE Me and JIOO I
L
iJ p1fp
L l
omemsi I eiO I
S An Expensive TII l
I is the one which you cut off and = t
= throw away every time that you 1 i
smoke a Five Cent cigar There IS I
BD nearly as much labor in making this
fg end as all the rest of the cigar and H
I yet everyman who buys a cigar cuts
it off and throws it away You get t I
B3 all you pay for when you smoke
f
1 Old Virginia Chf r
ny HB
W TIc hiiulKi oiiilnn OJ Vifriii CiTootl smoked thij =
tur Asnycrro 1 for 5 cents t gg
G0 C e
BATTLE fOR 450000000
IIOLIIKBS OP CUBAN WAll BONA
I MOVING TO OUT THEIR
I MOXEV
Wafbluglon Jan 29Preliminar J
IWolluglon I
klnnUhlDff In a bnjtlo rr nbtnt 1150 I
000000 has already begun Itcljers I
of the Cuban war bonds InuM by
Siiu tp Ill Isi funds for theprosecn
tlon of the wars In Cuba ire again
moving to gel their money back
1111 Cuba the bondholders have met I
with defeat i The drift of the con
stltutlon shuts out any possibility of a
compromise on these loud but has
loft tho way open for the uyiwut of
the bonds of tlie republic of Cuba Is I
I sued by the Junta
It is said here by men high In the I
government that an effort will W I
mule when the constitution I Is sub
mitted to congress for its approval 1 to
i mend the constitution so as to open
the door to a consideration ty the Cn
I
I ton government when formnl of the
claims under the Cuban debt
The Culn drlt noeonlln to one
estimate amounts to t8 l700000
anti 1 oerordlmt to snottier estimate to 1
f4SS 700060
Kenneth Itngbesn student at IV I
Forest University nar Chicago I
walked and rode siiteea miles Iffhls
airy lie was fount In his fathers
bam l sonnl I asleep wed knows nothing
of how to be came to be t there The I
oenditlen of his feet and the tad hn
was wen making the trip explains the
idea he was islesp It Is I alto known
he retired at fie college
The will of the In millionaire pork
packer and grsln dueler P DAr
mour disposes of an estate valued at 1
11500000 according to statements
1600000 an application for letter
testamentary filed In the probat
court at Chicago
The latest thing In the life savl nR
tine Is I a pitch cloak II is a Swiss In
vention and weigh about one pound
nut will keep a nllrwiulrped soljie r
above the surface of the water It ha a
waterproof pockets in which fool and
drink may be carried II well as bin a
lights In CAM the wearer Is t shipwreck
ed In the night
Tl e Irupes JTIrwlTU Burr
Henry
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BURLESQUE BANDa t
SEVERAL LOCAL MUSICIANS TOt
ORGANIZE ONE IN j
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About tea local musicians are organ
lung a borlesn te Sousas nndT T
They Intend to have costume and via
It all the dances etc and give Plut e
cih something entirely unique In the
way of bands
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Mrs Mary ODrlen of Knocvllle
Tears claims to Lea cousin of Ibe
dead queen of England Mrs Olin
ens mother as a Miss Sehrette a
cousin of the Duchess of Kent who
was Victor mother She say the
queen has many time been entertain
ed In her home f In FoghnLa J
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An attempt Is to t made l to ovsr
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throw the IlrazlUan government
GRAND OPENING
There will l 0 a grand opening with
elegant free lunch at Mr Cal Wag
goners new place Fifth and Norton
streets Wednesday evening January
30 Everyboly InvlteJ 18JS
SEEDS THAT WILL DLOOU
We have lust received a fresh sup
ply of flower cads I of all kinds cans
furnish best varieties of sweet peas
and nastnrtlaa In bulk for cos halt
the price of package teed I We alo
have the celebrated Central park gnu
tar lawns
a E BRUNSON S CO Pelmete
House Florists 28JJ
Try a load of hickory wool for your
healing ttnve or grate Telephoa
4U JJJIm
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Goal N O molasses per gallon U
Two pound can tale peaches Bic
Two pound can California peaches
1sa l
Best alit l butter per pound Jo
heat Kraut per gallon ISc
Three pound can rhubarb lOc
anal corn and tomato per down
00
lOo bottle olives Be
Pint best ketchup 100
Everything else proportional
I L HANDLOPH 113 South 8ecoa4
St Phone 88
DRINK
LOUIS OBERTS UNION BEER
Absolutely Pure
Telephone 101
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pJnBRODOLL Tenth Madison
A1eL
IJ Took What You Save
BY TRADING WITH
MH GALLAGHERr
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Corner Nlulh ana Ttlablo 1 can furnish you with itapie and fancy ORO
OEKIES Fresh Meats DOll VegctaWes promptly Just telephone me your
orderring No 480 Fine Cigars and Tolacto ami tie but of WbUUfr
nd Wine Give me n call
U II GAJjLAOIlEIl Ninth and Trimble
Many of the blotches pimples and
other affections of the kln are 0001
by the Diane of the liver and kidney
to cast off impurities which remain In
the system IIFK11INK will stimulate
tho liver and kidney end cleans the
system of all Impurities Price 60
cents
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log plant You need send oath
logout of town
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Louisville Hotel
LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY
Strictly first class The best ap
pointed Hotel In the city
Steam heated throughout
Solicits State patronage
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