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Holiday Goods
Our public npprcclMc tlio enter
prise rrhicli prompted nil this holiday
preparation nnd nrc proving lliclr n
probntlon by their pntronnge Hun
drods of helpful hlnta licro to make
your gift buying cosy nnil our prices
nro tlio smallest
Dolls t Dolls Dolls
Dont pny fnncy prices for your
Jolls Dont buy ugly dolls 1
Dont think of buying dolls till you
have seen the beauties we nrc show
ing nt prices our neighbors nre asking
for common dolls
lOe buys n nicely dressed bisnno
bended doll thnt will just dolight tho
little ones 25c for n 12 Inch kid
body bisque head doll nn oxtra
value flOc Inrge size 18 Inch kid
bodied and handsomely dressed joint
ed dolls
Holiday Linens
No more beautiful or sensible pres
ent can be given a housekeeper thnn
one of these table oloths with napkins
to match
C8 inoh bleached table damask
neat patterns at oc the yard
70 inch extra heavy damask at
tbeyant H napkins to match
Ellis Rudy
v
--
Phillips
nt
100 tho dozen
Sets of fringed table cloths 2 4
yds long in good quality damask
with napkins to match for 8 J8 set
Three yard Table Cloths with nap
kins to match for 81 10 the sot
SPECIAL VALUE FOlt THIS
SALE is our 72 iicli extra quality
heavy table damask at 08c the yard
regular price 8110 Napkins to
match for 8308 the dozen
Initials Stamped Free
Durlnc the holiday sales nil table
linens handkerchiefs and towels
bought from us will be stamped with
your Initials free of charge
Special in
Mackintoshes
We arc closiug out a lot of Duck
Brand best duality fancy colored
mackintoshes regular price 500 in
this sale at 208 a real bargain
Holiday Rugs
To combine use with ornament is
wise economy A nico rug is a most
acceptable Christmas present Here
all several styles all beauties
White and gray fur rues extra
size and quality unlined for 8180
each Handsome black ones for
8219 Pretty designs in Smyrna
door mats for 88c Extra size Jap
anese juto and velvet rugs at at
tractive prices Bcmnants of tapes
try brusscls with fringes to match
for rugs and druggets
SPECIAL FOll THIS WEEK
10 extra quality nigs 2Cx3C for
175 worth 250
Shoe Department
In our shoo department you will
find us abreast of the times with the
stylo quality nnd price In our pur
chase for fall wo havo tried to com
bine so far as practicable handsome
goods with quality and aro thcreforo
prepared to show you stylish footwear
nd quality combined
We Offer
Childs kid or grain fi to 8 50c
Better one eamo size G9c
Childs kid S L tip 8 to 11 75c
Misses Same 11 to 2 100
KANGAHOO CALF
This is an elegant shoo for school
use 8J to 11 at 1 00 and 11J to
2 at 1125
LITTLE GENTS LACE
vYc show an extra good shoo size 9
to 13 at 125
BUNKER HILL SCHOOL SHOE
Wo havo sold this shoo for ten
years and as evidence from service
given in tho past are good wearers
8 to 11 81 11 to 2 8125
BOYS I BOYS
Wo aro showing a lino specially
made for boys 11 I y aud service
able
Our general lino is full of value
but mention as special bargains until
closed
1100 buys Ladies Dongola Con
gress former price 2 76 to 4
200 buys Mans calf welt lace
only Cheap at 2 75
1160 buys Mans extra heavy sole
And tap Cheap at 2
Bear In mind our shoo repair shop
Wo have on aitiat on this work
which wo deliver to any address In
tho city or drop us a postal and we
will call for and return all repair
work
The Now Theater on Third Street
Tho New Windsor theater located
on South Third street wJl positively
open next Monday uightf December
14th with a first class dJamatletock
coinpany from Chicago In tho real-
Jstio drama in ihreoactf Cuba or
the Staff of Biamon ls Admission
10 and 20 cents itesitreu scats on
hot James E Uobeus drug
store A large gallcm has been
hullt for tho accommodation of col
ored peoplo at 10 ami 20 cents
A change of bill will bo giren twlc u
week Matinees oviry Saturday at
2 ui
j
tc
KVfL
J E
X
Ji
Easels 25c 48c 73c and
Nice well made and full size
lldS Giavk8 Sons
FOR BUST Furnished front
room ccntrallrjocated Address X
care Six V
Call at the dry goods department
of the Jake Bicdcrinnfi Grocery Co
and get their price on toys and
Christmas novelties
Best nickel clocks only 85c
at New Racket Store Hawkins Co
105 S 2d St 1
See Patterson
play of holiday g
before equaled
i
licKls
l
ments
at prices never
Comb cases bookcases ladies
desks chiffoniers Jinll trees side
boards china closets dining tables
cheap nt Jus WGleaves Sous
Youll find it in too Kentucky
Colonel It will hp out this even
ing Price 5 cents from news btys
and nt news stands
Removal
Wo have removed ouVclcnnine and
dyeing establishment back to 829
South Third street our old stuud
We will bo pleased to pee our old
friends and the patronage of all de
siring first class work
8 51 K C Rose Son
Framed pictures 48c 73c 98c nnd
8124 very cheap
Jas W Glkavks Soss
Cheapest lamps
Itackct Store
Pie flling at
Grocery Co
the
the city at New
1
Jako Biederman
A Popular WHing Man
Mr Will Mnthcf Is now with John
J Bleich nnd fvllf be pleased to havo
his friends call 1 dlOwl
Childrcus rockers 29c 38c and
42c worth double the price asked
1113 Glkavks Sons
The Populist
The Populists have early beguu
preparations for tho campaign of the
coming year and today an importaut
meeting wa3 held of leading Popu
lists of McCrackeu Ballard Cnrlislo
and Marshall counties at the St
Nicholas Hotel
Those in attendance were verv
averse to disclosing much about the
meeting and nil day they were in
consultation
Editor L K Taylor was chair
man ami Hon Jlen fj Keys of Cal
loway was in attendance
Mr Taylor was seen by a Srs re
porter aud stated that as ho next
year was a campaign year the Popu
lists had decided to begin early and
this wui 0110 of tlio objects of todays
meeting
A judicial committee composed of
the following was appointed Capt
Fiuley W T Pepper and E T
Ogilvie of McCrnuken county 5 Henry
Ham J J Dtipriost aud W P
Hamilton of Marshall While at
preseut there is no intention among
the Populists to put out candidates
for county judge and common wealths
attorney the desire according to
hditorIayior to cast tliuir votes for
the best man
A senatorial committee for Mc
Crackeu Ballard Carlisle an 1 Mar
shall counties Mas appointed as fol
lows two for each county Mc
Crackcn Tom Reed and Crit Jones
Ballard E J Desha and W E Sal
leo Marshall N G Nelson and J
V Graham Carlisle S K Hlnche
aud Sam Summers
Thero were ulso several vacancies
iu count committees to ill but 110
action will be taken until a full meet
ing can be secured
Another meeting will bo called
sometime in the future in regard to
some uctiou in the congressional com
mittee A meeting will be held for
tlrs sometime in January
Thuro wes other business before
the meeting it is likely but tho
rr tiil
PERSONALS
Mr Luther Graham has returned
from St Louts
Mrs F Woodhull left for Chicago
this nftcrnoon
Mr Thos II Ford of Coy was
in the city today
Mr John 1 Campbell went up to
Hopkinsvllle today
Mr It G Trcos of Benton was
In the city todny
A nice featl
Backet Store
umuro was uoi uiruigeu j jjtjy
of Interest Picked
There Today
Tom Staggs Cnso Takes Consider
nble Time Teachers All
Paid
The cose against Tom Staggs
charged with breaking Into Sport
Epsteins store has been on trial in
tho circuit court ever since yester
day
It will be remembered that Staggs
was found with an umbrella and a
pair of shoes stolen from the store
He claimed that he bought them from
Mr Nelson the cleik and that the
box was purchased with them The
box the stolen shoes came in how
ever was found in the store Staggs
also claimed that he was in bed at 10
oclock that night but officers swore
that they saw him after that time
near Epsteins store
The greater part of today was
consumed in hearing evidence rela
tive to the defendants character
and arguments weie heard this
noon litis is all that has been done
in court today
The last will and testament of the
iato B II Wisdom wus finally pro
bated today
O D Allcock of Graves county
aged 2C and Miss Nellie Cunuiug
ham of this county aged 22 were
licensed to marry today and the wed
diug will occur ou the 15th inst
Cuas Bennett today deeded to
Wru Ilerron for 500 some land in
the comity near Mnxons Mill
W II Saudero and wife deed to
W D Sanders for valuable consid
eration some property lu this county
Today the county teachers received
full pay for four mouths which is up
to tho present date The county
schools are iu u nourishing condition
and ull the teachers are ready for
Christmas Supt Rouse is just in
from a tour of them ull
There is nothing
coughs and colds of
babies as Dr
It cures croup
it it
JVCU 3 IM
whooiri
in tho head and gtt
icMh
in- sleep It is nit
how 60a nt
Campbell MulvihiL Coal Co
210 8 Third Street Telephone No 13
Pittsburgh and McHenry Cofrl
The Best on the Market y
Metropolis Clippings lor Kindling
Mr Fred Greif
The well known baker lately of
II Gockel8 has butight the
stock nnd fixtures lit J II
Thompson the bakcrfy on
SEVENTH AND WASHINGTON
nnd will
as the
hcuccfor
orly be known
Bon Ton Bakery-
Mr Grcif is well known here
with many rlends nnd will no
doubt prove successful in his
new undertaking Glvo him n
shnro of your patronage
local mention
Going Through Attain
Sunt of Machinery Kenshaw and
part will pa93 through the city at
005 this eveninc en route from
Louisville to Jackson i
Tcnn
lured psrakag
Wn nro splllnn of
Hromangclon tho finest oY gelatines
for 25 cents Jake Bicdorinan Gro
cery Co 1
n ickorv Stfivc Wood
For nice stove wood telephone 29
81 per load tf
Ohio BiVKnSroKK and Km Co
Brass lamps onyx tables jardi
niere stands Gome Aery low this
tcoolf
Hd3 Glkavks Soxs
98c
Kcv W II linkorlon has return
ed from Louisville
W II Hates of Nashville Is nt
the New Richmond
Irof Jim Hughes of Florence
Station is iu the city today
Mr Jim Craig and wife of Flor
ence Station are in the city todny
Mrs 11 P Stanley nnd little son
returned to Crril this nftcrnoon
Major Thomas E Moss is on the
tick list He is suffering from la
grippe
Attorney Fayette Harper went to
Florcucc Station this morning on le
gal business
Mr Harry Hnll of Grnndy Mo
is n guest of his daughter Mrs Geo
Lchuhard
Editor Rupert Wright of tho May
field Democrat was in tho city
yesterday
Councilman E E Bell went out to
Altooua Marshall county this morn
ing on business
F C Brown of St Louis repre
senting the Gnst Vine Co is at the
New Richmoud
Dr W A Hendlcy n leading
druggist of Farroington Ky is iu
the city interviewing our merchants
Mr J II Brandt Sr of Gol
coudn visited his daughter Mrs
Sam Reed of 708 South Third street
this week
Col Will C Leech of Cripple
Creek Colorado Is in the city to
spend the holidays He is very fav
orably impressed with the West
Mrs Joe Dandson a sister-in-law
of Mr John Mulvihill died today in
St Louis Mr Mulvihill and family
leave tomorrow for St Louis to at
tend the funeral
Richard Murrcll son of Olllccr
Dick Sutherland is this afternoon
celebrating his fifth birthday at the
rcsidenco of his parents on Jackson
street A large crowd of his little
friends arc in attendance
THE COURT HOUSE
Notes
so good for the
tho children and
ie Tar Honey
ug cough cold
sweet refresh-
santly sweet to
the tasto Any childVill take it and
aik for more Good lruggists sell
it For sale by Ocldschlaegcr
Walker
Get the best St Itoriuml Coal
St Bernard SilverCoke Pitts
burgh Coul and Athraiilo Coal
from tlio St Bernftrd Coal Co
incorporated 12 Uroadwny
Ililmiliniin V Q nf Or
ilVi U
3r
Nice onk tables P8cand123
worth much more
1113 Glkavks A Sons
New
1
fiOO styles roCiVu aud chairs all
woods finishes ami prices
Gljsaves A Sons
Pittsburgh Coke
RAILROAD RUMBLINGS
items of Interest llclntivo to tho
Itailroads nnd KaUroml
People
N 0 AND ST I JULKAOR
Mrs Noln Foster of tho city re
turned this morning from licuton
Special Agent Linn and wife were
in on 101 last evening from Murra
Dr J P Jewctt returned to tho
city from a call to Murray yesterday
Hon B C Keys nnd Mr J H
Keys of Almo were iu ou the morn
lug trni1
Conductor Fulton had a nice train
load of people in this morning ou his
turn around
Master Mechanic Potter is out
again ihU morning nftcr several
days painful illness
Foreman Saunt Bryant with two
car repairers went to Whitevillc last
night to get a capsiod car on the
track
AmoDg others arriving from Ben
ton today were Judge Dupriest Mr
It G Trease Julius II rris Judge
Bill Beck nud son Roscoo
Engine 1 was sent out with a long
string of cars of gravel to bo dis
tributed between tho city nnd Elvn
this a in iu charge of It L Beck
Fireman Phil Smith came iu on
last nights train He has becu en
joying himself for a week or so iu
Memphis his old home on fur
lough
John Johnson an employe of the
O V road has been visiting a num
ber of the boys nnd stopping nt the
Nichols House for two weeks de
parted for Princcion today
Walter Sanders the electric key
manipulator who was lately trans
ferred from Lexington to Somcrvillc
as tlio lunar gaz T expresses himself
as delighted with the change
Tho Southern Express messengers
ou the accommodation trains who
have heretofore laid over at Lexing
ton will in future run through to
Memphis instead of turning back
from Lexington
Pete Goodfellow has discarded his
ertnehes altogether now nud left for
Lexington tiiis morning and left for
Lexington this morning to spend a
few dnys rccopeatlug Pete will be
at work again soou
Last evening tho postmaster at El
va hung his mail sack on the crane
some littlo time before train 10was
ii due ready for the mail clerk to grab
UPn Id Mr ino1 TV R7 l
UJ WAV t7l AAtU Wf VUU
local freight came along ahead of
the mail train aud a standard in a
flat car of lumber caught the sack as
uiatly as the mail clerk could have
done and brought it into the city
It was delivered to the clerk as soon
as he arrived
Many tunny incidents take place
on board the railroad trains Dur
ing tho war the writer was running a
train down South and a most lauuh
able one happened one morning oil
his run which created unbounded
mirth among the passengers There
were in tho hospitals at nil times
numbers of soldiers who were alllict
cd with chronic complaints who
should they convalesce at all and be
sent back to their commands would
soon be returned to the hospitals
worse off than ever Mnny of them
spent so much of their timo in them
that the soldiers dubbed them ureg
ular rats On the trip in question
one of this class was seated in the
car with a furlough aud transporta
tion home At one of tho stations a
young soldier was awaiting tho train
dressed in a bran new homo made
gray jeans uniform his linen clean
and while 03 snow surrounded by
quite a number of relatives aud
neighbors to bid him goodbye
Ho was fat aud saucy the
picture of robust health nnd his ap
pearance indicated Hie good time he
had spent during his leave of ab
sence After the last farewell had
been spoken and n fond old mothers
kiss had been given as she pressed
him long and lovingly to her bosom
he entered the car aud away we sped
1 he car was crowded two on every
scat except the one occupied by old
Regular The young soldier
aaked permission and sat down beside
the old chronic No sooner seated
than he of tho Cadaverous visuige
recognized him and said Well if
you nint Bill W of the
tcentli Mississippi I never wsa
more mistook iu my life Tho
young low turned and remarked
Yes ths is me and is that you
Sam 1 did not recognize you I
thought you was back with the regi
ment Sam seemed much delighted
to seo his old companion and Hiked
a thousand questions about the regi
ment tho fights they had engaged in
and all about home matters Then
at last ho luqnircd Bill you say
you have been well nil tho timo niu4
been iu a hospital and always feel
good
Yes said Bill I eujoy good
health and never felt better in my
life
Then Sam with a look of envy and
a voice heard from ono end of the
car to tho other said
And you arc regular on your
uoweis wnai u happy man
ought to be
And no wonder Sam thought so
as he was a victim of chronic di
arrhea
Try tho old rclInbtoSt llenwml
Coal and git tho he if you want
tho most burn for
Uoriiartl Coal Co
123 Broadway
octi
ho money St
incorporated
elephono NoO
i
Free foi All Concert
Ono weok beginning Tuosday even
ing Doc 8 1800 at 030 ociock at
KIMBALL HALL NO 430 BROADWAY
Opposite Palnior BVduso -
II T 3 1j
Endorsed by
Qrcot Artists
Open Evenings
until Christmas
W W KIAIBALL CO
Vbih Ave nr JuUon Si
Services at the First Christian
you church southeast corner of Seventh
and Jerterion streets nt tuio a m
and 7 1 30 p in Sunday school at
9 30 n iu Prof McBroom super
intendent Junior Kndeavor at 2 00
p in Senior Kndeavor at G 30 pm
Mission Sunday school ou Tenth
street between Clay and Hurrison at
330 p in E K Bell superintend
ent Tho ladies of the Christian
Womens Board of Misdoii will
havo charge of Jkue c
I
L
evening service
This will bo
THE EVENT OF THE HOLIDAYS
Every night FREE TO ALL
that enjoy n high class Musi
cale Hobsons full orohostrn
and KIMBALL PIANOS
Several prominent lonl pian
ist will assist in the yrog rami ne
from time to time Also n quar
tette and mandolh club
X
All Come Out
R M SUTHERL1N
Out Tills I
Tho Kentucky
cah s new satirical
out this event
as rare chain
nry and hui
editorial pa
special deu
matte nnu l
iMiiiriin
t T
uPrus may
ruuraphs illv
rKuents of
ausicai ioaiu
miss it Q aents from
at news stands
J
Manager Holiday Sale
WWKIMBALL CO
W
CHICAGO
TLB
YOU SO
Road the names of Paducali people whom
wo are curing permanently
MATILDA LAY
G W SLAUGHTER
SARAH VASSUER
EDWARD CLARK
WH LANDERMAN
O OBOYD
JOE CAMPBELL
JOHN POWELL
MRS WILL WATKINS
MRS ALMEDA THOMAS
ARTHUR MABYERS
MRS S P GARRISON
J L PUTNAM
We have about 100 others but space is too
too small to show them but call at once neigh
bor and try a 1 bottle for 25c Only two
weeks more Office 110 S Third St
RONCADO TONIC CO
AT THE CHURCHES
First Baptist church coiner of
Fifth and Jefferson streets services
as follows Sunday school at 9110
a m Pastor YV K Ponrod will
preach at 1040 a in and 7 Id p
in All will find a most cordial wel
come
The usual service will be conducted
nt tho Cumberland Presbyterian
church corner of Sixth nnd Court
streebi Rev M E Chappell pastor
Preaching at 1015 a in and 730
p in Sunday school nt 9 80 a m
Junior Endeavor at 2 p
Hndoavorat 0
vitcd
15 p in
m beulor
All are in-
At the Lutheran church 1 12 South
Fourth Street Sunday school as us
ual No morning services as tho pas
tor will preach iu the country Ser
vices in English nt 7 p in Subject
The Son of Man Cometh All cor
dially invited
Tho usual services may lie expect
ed at the Second Baptist church
morning and evening Sunday school
at 930 a in V A McCutchen
Supt Thcpublic Invited to all ser
vices
Broadway Methodist church
Sunday school at 930 a in K A
Fox superintendent preaching at
11 a m and 730 p in Kpworth
League Monday at 730 p in
Prayer meeting Weduosday nt730
p in All aro welcomo to these
6crvice3
Seo the
morning papers for
gram
Elder S It Cotter of the Trimble
Street Christian church colored
will begin hit protrnoted meeting to
morrow morning at ulevou oclock and
will bo assisted by Elders V II
Piukertun and II L Calhoun next
weok Everybody is invited
Klcctlnu or Officers
Rachel Lodge Knights nnd La
dios of Honor held its nniiial elec
tion of ollleors last night the result
being us follows
E J Hoone Protector
Mrs J II LittleVice Protector
J M Ezell Treasurer
J II Little Chaplain
It C Uttorback Secretary
Mrs Annie Kennedy Guide
W A Gardner Guardian
W G Whitfield Sentinel
J II Johnson M Livingston and
J L Powell Trustees
Dnltois Co wUfoncnontlielMli
nnd please rcmemUcr they will have
this year as herclore a nico line of
Xnius goods aijdirices on any nnd
ail things arcNJuarantccd lwttoui
Toy chairs Iicfi rockers cradles
tea sets sadiroH wasli sets iron
toys drums building blocks trum
pets and other toys in a greater
variety than elsewhere- will go In re
Uil sale commencing tho loth
vjmM
CJfohel
ewsboys aud
Seo ou delft iufaid and vclour
embroidered chair and rockers Tho
latest
Hd3 pLKWEs Sons
Take a copy oth tho Keutuckv
Colonel home wllhiyou for tomor
row
will ho
annrLrltmr
-I
o
with
er pointed
tration and
social d ra
tes Dont
The Finest and Cheapest Line
Wm Kapfs
c
W I V v
Watch cleaned and new main
Spring replaced at 8100
each fur limited time
OF
CARVING KNIVES
POCKET KNIVES
TABLE KNIVES
BUTCHER KNIVES v
And all other kinds of KNIVES at
SCOTT HARDWARE CO
INOOItrotUTID
81U IJ21 HK0AMVAY -
Siox ok BIG HATCHET
Phone 53
o
PADU0AII KY
Geo Leiiniiaiid
Eades Lehnhard
Kentucky and Anthracite Coal
LUMP - - - 10c
EGG - - - J 9c
NUT 9C
Old Lee Anthracite 825 Ton
We Will Appreciate a Share of
Your Patronage
Office Cor Ninth and Harrison
GEBHART
LEADING
5c CIGARS
Ask For Thom
RUSH
NOTICE
FOTOGRAFS AT YOUR OWN PRICE
From now until the first of January IW7 I will mhkja
holiday run mi my Cahinot Fotografa nt the rock hMom
prieo of S200 imjt doon The host Wots ever offered for
the money In th city
405 Broadway C P McCLEAN
K3TAI1IISII1II 18C5
WILLIfM NftGBL
Till LEADING S
Diamonds Watches blocks
FINE JEWELRY AND SPECTACLES
1 1
I
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Cor Broadwoy and Third Streets lADUCAII KY
A Good Filling
Was the remark of Dusty lthodod as ho arose from his monthly
square monl We use good ilMiiga n nil our ork Aridough
they are of a different charnutor Our Ailing nro of Ihhost ma
terial obtninahle and aro jiut in with tho groatost euro and Bklll
Give ua n trial and we ore satisfied that you will he pleased with
our work
DR C E WHITESIDBS
EVERYBODY SAYS
JOHN J BLEICII has tho larg
est prettiest and best selected
stock of HOLIDAY GOODS con
dating of
Diamonds Watches
Clocks Silverware
Bronzes Novelties c
In the city and his prices please
everybody call ami seo for yourbclf
JNO J BLEICH
32M BHOADWAY
SCHOOL SHOES
Now Ready Best Sorts SMALLEST Prices
We aic going to sell our Childrens Shoes ut tho VKltY S
SMALLEST JMtOFIT r
Wo want to diawyour childrens trado wo want your children to grow
up in our Shoes then they will trndo with us all their lives If yoiraro
not trading witli us ask ono of our customers about our Shoes and about
our way of treating our clients and their feet
WantedAgents
Male aud female to
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George Bernhard
Wnntod
take ordoru for A hustler vho uiMierstauds sollcltlmr
i t it I - B-
Ircuoaiawasuex Aihinm llox I Apply UA North Fourth second
J cncloso stamp for terms J tloor1
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