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i ri I b.J r T Did Vou Know That now is the time to give Ellis, Rudy & Phillips . j THE HOT ND And kcei cool yourself? Read the prices: $ .58 buys child's canvas oxford, 8, to 11, were 75c. .68 buys same goods in misses', 12 to 2, were f 1.00 .50 buys a baby's strap slipper that was 75c. .93 buys woinanjs chocolato, black or oxblood strap, heel or spring, wero 1.25. 1.19 buys samo stylo and colors, that wore fl.60. 1.48 buys woman's oxblood laco shoe, heel or spring, was 1.75. 1.99 buys ruttii'e kangaroo or vici low shoo (sizes broken) that woro 12.60 and f3 00. 1.98 buys a dongola southern tie or congress, broad and easy, were f2.75. ocrap rile our oJdg an(j end3 Uas. desirable low shoes. Oomo early and got choice for less than half their worth. t ELLIS, RUDY & PHILLIPS 219-221 BROADWAY. NOTICE. We buy Men's Sccoad Hand CLOTHING, sucli as Coats, Vesta, Pants nnd Shoes, and pay good prices for same if not worn too much, xou con send uicm 10 us or we will call for them. e have no solicitors. LAWRENCE, 213 Court st. Special Notice. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES FROM NOW UNTIL THE TENTH OF AUGUST.-. Summer Clearing jj Sale Prices. f" For several years we have made from July 4 to August 10 a period lOirUMTjaax, y 1 . tii mi .11 1 4. ... ,VWi iwm i $& x s l(mi A1Itllc 1 Fnf lHgi World Loves 1 1 8 J) r3" a Winner" 1 i-v- . fVOTi 1&Z3 St Ny u if tM Our 'Ninety Seven ' ML l If M Complete Line of w W . W 'j e riiiriiri.11 BMesi JfK a 7m II Supreme -VV Yttt I rm ismiu Fi,' Yrx ksxm' - m ! w of our w i dm vv 7. a w5iWsa tin ! Years of i I Experience L ' (jHy m Send for Catalogue. W MONARCH fcYCLE MFG. CO. . M w Chicago ' nrwTOEX yioroon w JMt SenJ nine two-cent stamps lor deck ct Monarch Playing Wjk i W0 Card. Illustrate Lillian Nusscll, Tom .Monarch Cooper. VIM) I mi Lea Richardson ani Walter Jonej. HcguUf Wx carta. fc m is r r r (IIV m I m n r n et) t m m r it, a i 3 WAHL & SONS, A BATJi DH ..-- SCC WINDOW DISPLAY. ?i$GSSGStiSeSZSC! AGENTS. 9555, Is Very essential this kind of weather. To enjoy this. the fullest xfent one should procure the ' kind of rop?r Sponge cs Sea Salt and i M TbifefrWaters $ The most fastidious can find, An elegant line of thescnecessary accessories at "FfXIhG" THE RATIO. 4 QnB.lluu IlmarilliiK the Contrtl of loiit. Tlie Hankers' Mnpuzlne for March Qnda the oripln of our present trouble about illvcr in tho demand that the ratio of Its mUuo to pold nlmll be determined by the ffovcrnnient. It Is, however, no proper part of tho duty of Hit poernm.iit to try to Ox tho ratio of values of the t o metals. "Being'," say the Bankers' "commodities as well as monej and being commodities before and aftr they are money, and Wing money kIiu j)lj iir.d onlybecnuse tlieynreeommoili tle, aim beiiiff commoditlen becatue thoy unvorecofnlwd and intrlneioAaluo ludependen't rf "" "-''- of goon incut, and o,cii iu m twauce of j;or. crument, and belnj therefore Becrnli.i ubjtct to nil U10 law a of commodltlia tho law of variable mipply tind demmu nnd value among others, and these van utlons not belugr uniform for both mot uIk, It la Impossible that government in which we offer the public Ull-, can ever 'fix tho rutlo of their value. usual opportiimties to purchase coods at much below their real value. This year, from now until August 10 we shall try to outdo all of our former years' efforts in conducting our summer clearing sale. Goods that do not sell promptly the first week will be further reduced the second week and again the third, and so on until sold or given away. We have bought thousands of dolars' worth of goods at great sacrifices especially for the sals, and will give the public the benefit. We don't handle shoddy we don't give room to'unreliablegoods. Our large business has been built up by selling ood goods, and we guarantee the goods In this sale to be reliable quality, attractive styles and dependable in every respect. Special price list will be mailed on application. A large detailed thut It Is the function and dtitj of (try to) flitheiatloof theli Mi In oh. It would fcoem to follow as d logical consoquonco that, since their lelatlve value doiR'nci absolutely on the jeluthe supply of tho two mttahi it Is tho primary and plain duty of government to 1L (regulnte) their upply by uontrolllng and operating the gold and rllrer mines, tho eourcwj of their production. It nhould do both tilings and It Is preferable that It pbould do neither. It Is folly to expect It to do the former without doing the latter." This Is the truth of the matter In u nutihell. Unlet tho government first acquire! all the mines in tho world anil decides how much slher und how much pold aro to be produced early, It li Impossible to maintuln a ratio after It is 'fl.ed." France "Axed" It 130 time, but It ould not fWod, and rraneo has at length uhnmlomd tho eiTort. The United States bus aUo trKd the several times ulthout hU.ccchrt. 11 l Umo tho tliooriktH wero letting th mutter ulone. l.tmlta nf tlin I'nhrnc, Prof, bimon Xewcotub h. u recont fer discussed the nueatlon of stellnr .. ... . a .. ..'. - price list will appear m the ceiciy , uisiunces. lie aaul tUe stars of small edition of this paper the 8th and' ""fnltude 0Ie c. Uently not re- ... , ' ' , . I luolo from the earth ui their falni 111 the daily of the 10th. Our ,,0,lld tnJca(c nml ,,, fact w , tilar limited space in this paper ''m to warrant the inference that v , """ uun umo mm iiennuo Jimn ...:n ,., o IJct r,f .n. n Will V.1W4J tii 4ii3W w J'vvii bargains, beginning Monday, July 12, which will be chinged from space. Youth's Comjunloii. CllfMTlllir (lum. Chlole. nn nf thn mmin time to time as the changes in , tree of Mexico, Is the basis of all tl. stocks and prices require it. All ,,lowlnff pum manufactured In i.. ... ., . 1 ;n nltcd States. Oter 4 ooo.'oo 1 ounds t customers calling thi jyeek will ,, ,,,' ,mp01.,r,, lht0 ,,,-,--. find special great bargains through y annually, tho product being aTu,?rt out the stock. ;; . . S00, 0ne actory, w.flde "r .OOO,O0O of last VTvnnriU"i l' pieces gum aKBjyn. ' oflffp Inter Ocean. v that lines will bo enforced withput exception ou all stockholders delay $ 4ing their payinouuijoyoncl tho usual v vl W W I A Notice. Wo will tontinuo in business and niljii9t ourselves to the conditious of the law. loit are hercbviiQUiicu time. P.VHICAH lk'ILDINO Tin st Co. lly U. G. Calduell, Mnnagcr. j2tf All Aboard for St. Louis. Special train leaves Union depot Sunday, August 8, at 10 a m. Hemming, will leave St. Louis Tuesday, August 10, at ID o'clock noon. Ticket now on sale. Fare, 2.50 round trip. 2jH The Ladies' Society of the Lutheran church will meet tomorrow with Air. II. Pieper, on Jefferson street. All members are request ed to attend. s Slusyll. tcxdE, Sec. Notice I lJave some flu bulkunc lots that I will exchange forSIechai ics II. &. L. elodt. ( V fell W. F. Paxtcv. jlusonlc Notice. Plain City Lodge, 411), F. & A. M. will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in stated communication in their lodgo room on Fourth, between Broadway nnd Jefferson. li. 13. Davij, W. M. G. O. I.vouAM, Sec. The Pjilth Curlst to Ileturii. Kev. Brown, the faith curist, will return here the latter part of the week And begin a meeting.. The tent has already bean erected in The W. C. T. U. will meet tonight with Miss May Kiplcy on Third street at 7: 30 o'clock. QUARTER REPORT OF THE PAPUCAH BANKING CO. At thij'Close oi Business on the 3lhh Day of June, 1U97. ranltilstoc iir.souncts I ojn tiA Jl.wtrat?rha loaci to DlrMJtors . JW,2V7T0 I.oim to DlrMtord (officers liiit li clu latea - . 433 ts Oierdinlm UDurwl .. '.lUlS IJuo (rum MUloual IlankhI05S U Du from Htat Hanks ati Hanker 10K1 Jl I.M 2S M Other real eiNte . JIorik'uKe' . Slcic t:mnz rinenry ..... !U78 00 Kx (or yleurlags ii 69 Itrmsiyfrlctl iu Citli . Furniture aun Klxturetf Fund to Vyt Taxis .. JI100W Current lexptttMin Last slx.Wonihi .. il 3.K 39 Hiirtuiix fund JAU1L1TIES, rcJU 11 ui nam,! aiu nci ol.w ivu I'fiM.rt i iiiu ! in n ImI notice frl iatedfUjtuatlDa tbv Mb iba day on wbkh .urb rri M HI bHVllUl li J av, r,rn (. Hust)f. Oakbler. tb Sd d 1 iv 01 .May.iWi surlptlrtus. 1 ti 'TsTlsil 1 - f 22jjeili,' (lermcxplifM W I It! H Otll 1 ) K i:. II II MCI. f .' b3i WJ. ca.h,.. liinca l'U41VUl I'r.mis . ... Vut De.Kwliorii, a follnw'MVlZ' v 3 43J63 so3 t; MMI 41 UJ 64 K6 40 nwri5 7r UW.OiiO 00 11.WJ0U 4.7 75 ioiiublch lutuntt It not pal.1) . .. I W 1J7 31 Time certificate, of iIp ponlt (on w bleb J artrl 4 r cent. tul.l). . .5SS18 IITittU aoo3auo Uuimld OlvWeuds iKB O) 1 ikMdtie anduuiiiild I () ) jlent Account J.. 137 w biATK orKEMtrvcKr, i touTVor MtCKacKC.v 163kTt7 I, Win liiight,' punier of The 1'idueab iinnlilus Coii.nnv. i tiank locatinl and doluu buaulP. a! X i2 llrnvlu.iv In thn tttr f radmab in ttU vuuty, tfii) dull . ii aayatbat 1'ireif lng Ittport In la all rTi i ttru iir the cmdliljn o - i Hank ai tlied' i(b)ilaeuioii tbe 30lh u d( Jube, lW, to th bjitnf IiIh knowlml(e i IwlU.f, ,nwl turlbor ' thit tbe bmlnota luii'.nK nua iMtnirLiitciea at thu loci f.me nod tbat the omallanee with r.n a ilia s retnry of i) of July Mff at rt nhill tw made illES I asbler, befort me bv Win. 'y of Jul) it;. V I'VXTON V'linry f'uLllc an . jh) K ) Votko to All 01 otircnrrir bo)N ro li'd with rccolpt books and sub. jt Ibers are rcqltcsud'to take re ceipts lor mi iiuyuiouts' .Sua Pub Koa sub. I XCo, Men's Kino Business Suits. that sold in St. Louis for $10, tm.uu aim ?i3.w, go in ono lot for ... Office Hours $4.50 kv " ' " ! 'SrCw? , c 4- Wa. ;f !&'- V,j f 1" --n (k You have tried those Swej and still you shake. NOW TRY ups for Chills Our Mm Toiisc;Gapsyle Druggiata, Seventh and Jackson. EVEHV DOSE KF1EC1IK.' Soc.Oe.tSl.OO AND BE CURED, d. B. BAGON & G0. Special Bargains for This Week at the Auction and Storage Co. Wo lmvo lust ononod tin twenty cases of goods rosorvod from the Haiti's merchant tailoring bankrupt stock of St. Louis. Wo have determined to cloeo out tho remainder ot this Itumoneo stock In tho next ton ilnyn, so !mo reduced tho prlco of each and overj' nrtialo to Just ot tho original price. CLOTHING. Noto a fow of our prices: Men's1 l'lno Dress Suits, that sold In St.Louis for 10.00, $18.00 nnd 20.00, go In ono 4Q Cf lot for . . . . q7.t)U Mon's Very l'lno Dress Suits, Silk Lined and Tailor Mado, that sold in St. Louis for S20.00, ei!2.00 and tf f Cfl $21.00 go in ono lot for . sj y U. 3U Men's l'lno 1'ancy Dress Pants, Custom Mado, regular tjo.uu quality, go for Mon's Flno Pants, nil now styles, that soul tho In $2.50 Louis for $2.60 nnd $3.60, 1 yC go In ono lot for 75 pairs of regulnr Pants go nt 92.00 AJ A ' - $1.00 Boys' 2.C0 Suits iro In thlsd r sale for - - J) J Mis3 Glenn Palmer, of Jackson, Tetin., is a guest of Mr. V. C. Gray. Kev. W. II. Hamner Las returned to Memphis. Mrs. Uichard Knight has gone to St. Louis on a vuit. Attorney Eugene Grates has returned from Dycusburg. Mrs. E. S. Merrett and daughter, Miss Annio, are at Hotel Gilberto. Miss Myrtle Pryor, of Mempkia, is visiting Mrs, Horace Mankin, on North Fourth. Mrs. Luther Graham left this morning for Princeton ou a visit. Hon. Henry Burnett has returned from Henderson. Supt Ilarahau camo.in last evening from Louisville. r6' H. N. Gardner came in from May field this morning to attend tho ball game. Miss Ella Sanders returned this mornint; from a visit toSmlthland. Miss Zulu Cobbs returned this morning from a lengthy sojourn in Evansville, Claude Bernhardt and J. C. dexter returned tnis morning from Evansville. Conductor Cavey, formerly of tho cltv, and an old I. C. man, came in this morning from Mexico. Mr. A. 1). Cole, a prominent at torney of Maysvilie, Ky., is in the city. Mrs. Koenlgsborg, of Chicago, re-turned home today to spend the summer. Mr. Chas. E. Curds left at noon for Illinois. Mr. Victor Van t)o Male left at noon for Tennessee. Mr. Lloyd Boswell and wife are visiting in Fulton. Jim Gibson and Will Hcrndon have returned from Missiouri. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wnllaco are reioicinir ocr the appearance of a; girl baby at their resuicu'.e. Mrs. Prof. C. B. Uatllold and children aro expected back tonight from Caseyvillc. Messrs. W. G. Dycus, R. H. Starks and son, Pete Ely, Joo Mc-Leod, Hud Strow, Julius Harris, Clav Lemon. Edcar Ferguson nnd Whit Stevens, of Benton, arrived this morning to attend baseball and races. QUARTERLY REPORT Of the Citizen's Saving's Bank at the Close of Business on the 30th of June, J897. Totol KlibOt'KCl'.S Loan and ilUomntu (ln loam to dlrtctori) S . I95!I' 64 I,oaii to uirrciort (omctra noi iu eluded) Io m to officer. MortKaRta V. Overdraft necurMUu,,,. Overdraft! uniiri'r Due from national banka Due from date bauk Kealetate I'urulturc unj fitturti hptcle Currency Checka and drafli Otlitrcu.il Item. LIAIIII.ITIK8. t 3 (at 19 .. I5M5M lilit 41 4.77 70 S 13 J4.J 7? 5.751 JJ I.49 40 5.O10 W 19.571 65 1,0,-0 Jl 1,000 OO 49 945 "4 310,0116 74 Cajiital stock paid In lit cath f 100.000 09 Surplus fund 1650000 I'll Jlvldnl profit , J.40J 63 Il,niwlta suhlect In chreL. on tvhlcb 110 Intern! la paid S 91,1161 Time cectificate of deposit, ou which 1 i.jto 4 percent Upald "H 6j,7itS 11 Ilauk depoill , 2641234 lllll rr discounted j 6,500 00 l'uud for tac - , I.shj co Total 310 o6 74 t htatt of Kentucky ( C'uniy nf Mccracken W I' l'aatoii. Caabler pi Clllicu'a MvlllK. I Hank, a bank ilolnn buslnaa nt No, j;6 llroad ' nay 111 tlivcllyof In aald count), beliiR duly aworu, any that the foreKoinK report i a true statement of the condition of .aid bank at the close of bualnesi on June 30th, 1S97, to the beat of hi kuowlcdite and belief further that the business of ajld bank baa been transacted at the I icallou named and not elsewhere nml that the above report la made la compliance with an 1 (Tidal notice received frotu the aecretaty of state dc.iKiiatlne rtiuc3"tti ns tin day on wli . :t rte sucn irpun ainu ue iinn.r W V PAXTON Cashier likh I'. KAMLI'ITP.K Dlrrrlnr. OltO O 1IART, Director. F M I'lrlUKK, Director I btate of Kentucky, MtCrucken county, sub. scribed and aworu to Lcitiie tn. liv w. v. i,iinfl fhllulyjd 1S97. J. C. iUCK, ff atary fabllc, 1 . Boys' for All Wool Pnnta go 200 palm of Men's Flno Sample Shoes, broken sties. DON'T MlSb THESE UAKOAINS. PERSONALS. "A A few who paid 25c worth 81.76, 82.00 and e2.25,tlM fA go in ono lot nt . . 4) JJ 150 pairs Mon's Very Flno Shoes worth 82.50, 82.76 nnd fc -J CA 83.00 go In ono lot at . 4) JJ 150 pairs Mon's Very Pino jwCut bl go for Shoes, worth 82.00, 123 pairs Lndles' Flno bnniple Shoes, com. too, spring or high lieols, worth 2.00, go in this sale at . 75c $1.25 no pairs Ladies' Sllppors, CH Oxfords and Sandals . . tJUC Men's Flno Jorsoy and I'nderw ear, regular COo quality, go in this snlo ot .25c 100 Mon's Flno Samplo Straw Hats, regular price 76o 'JC tflr and Jl.25, going at Jf tJUl. PADUCAH .'AUCTION AND STORAGE CO. 22Sand 230Court St. Oor. 3d &Oonrt. Dr.meiL Albert Bernheim. 120 North 5th Street. (NEXT PALMER HOUSE.) f 7:30-9 A. M. 1-8 P. M. I 7-i) 1'. M. zz. EAT CITY BAKERY BREAD ( From 118, S, SECOND STREET, PADUCAH.KY. The i Uest Loaf Ever Drawn Brom an Oven. FRAfiK KIRCHHOFF W LL SEE WAT YOU ARE WELL FED A I'aJucah I y truly ylA. 1 li li(iuf"ltiillli etl hrad 1b1iiou hmlna.. CUV llAKKKVIUtKAl) A y.l thirr'a nnihlni; litkfd caw.bfal 1'niuk KltYlitiotT' loJ rnuiit I'nini liol or Hour nml ivttect if at Don 1 H'taouiB liahrni. In Jealojlii miKHl, Say ihfrloatrure Jt'M'AlKX)!!, lu.l tiuiliarlnK KlKCllllOKrhXMU' Your gtixtr, n)llil a a yk k, Ami h vndy in a ue block, Knpa Cltjr lUkery IItmiI In atork, Whrnonceon KlrcUliolt.brfnJ jou'Te Jlnrd' You II to h tin at loiu May auJ tlnj Your (olka will w ndt no other klnu, A nlcp.tcat liKlrchhi'Sa'abop, Wh.re mny railurkhla0lrpto. Ami iilckrln C1TY1IAKK1IY 1IKKAD ADil Klrcbholl'it lUkrry'f uto ilatr . Willi lirrxl nml rakra anil llfi all airalght And crr)llilnt holb hmorail uplnbt. (Folks buy of Klrfhliorl) So It you'll !! ruili nxj AnJ lH)lx in happy uicJxt, You'll always nk for KlltllltOPPIb 1XX)D SPECIAL SALE. Ono Week Only. 1 Glass French Muatord.j.. .. 0.05 1 lb Evaporated Apples 0.00 I rioz. Choice Lemons..'. 0.16 24 lbs Choice Patent Flour. . . . 0.70 l.r Jl Pali Bet Jelly..' 0.40 1 lb Hest 1'ruucs.. 0.7 Si 2 lbs Oootl Hoasted Coffee.. .. 0.25 1 bu. Freli Mcac 0.46 1. L, ItAMoi.rn, Phone 89. 1 123 S. Second St. If you icr did nncd a Refrigerator now is the titno. and Scott Hnnl. 1 elephon o64 I ware Co. is the place. 3j2 KEEP-KOOL. You want the best you can ui uuvi, at oue least monev - vvxa, luttto jubi wnau wj have' in Refrigerators... We have theonly one with the ice between the provision chambeil See it before you buy. STUCK PIG SQUEALS rv f NEW GROGB.RY Oprner Twelfth and Burnett Streets. The Neatest Store, Theewest Stock, The Lowest Prices. GfLLMfN (& SON. (Joofls (lelicred to any part of city. aYou Can't Fool All the People All the Time." This is a true saying, and only applicable to a would-be competitor, who have gotten sore over our success of a ONE-PRICE, legitimate business that they resort to personalities as an advertisement. It has always been our endeavor to avoid such a low method of publicity. The TRUTH PREVIALS for Crash Suits that WE SELL for FACTS in regard to Crnsh Suits: Telegrams are poor satisfaction to those ( v $6.00 $4.SO! They are the SAME SUITS as our would-be competitors, made by HAMBURGER BROS. & CO., BALTIMORE, MD. How did we get themP "They don't know, do tbeyP" We bought them at a price that we can afford to sell them at $4.50 and make a legitimate profit. "HUMBUG" is the word they used Who was HUMBUGGED? Notthose whose bought their suits oi the Famous. This word fits the other little fellows, for they thought they had the control of the Crash Suits, and believing such the case proceeded to take advantage of customers by making the public pay $1.50 more for these suits than they were worth. $500.00 Will be given to any charitable institution in thevcity of if we cannot substantiate that the Crash ttuits we sell at are the SAME as those sold by our would-be mud-slingers at o and manufactured by Hamburger Bros. & Co., of Baltimore1 B. WEILLE & SO, The Only One-Price Clothing, '. Furnishing and Shoe House, The Famous. 2-A .'I 409-4 i 1 Broad wayiR j N. B. -We desire to thank the puclic for their flattering patronage, and will Ey 1 that we will not recognize any further mud-slinking, ra it's beiaeath our as .1 ousmess men. xoun ruy, k r. "WETTatE & SOW , j;rr.:vr.mi saVHBsaaBHBaBW . ?l v.. ' h ft p, M 4 Hjj i't 1 K i M T"