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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 9 November 1897

'j 11 Mf.V. 'THE the advertisers Sun is the Tut best rt!iin medium If it's True The Paducah by which to reach the peop'e, Daily Sun. You'll at c ' Find It in I hC OUn m & W h VOLUME GO YANDELL OUT, Won't Accepltho Deputy Under Franks. Major Crumbaugh of a Good Place- MUUl osborounli, Tli'H State, SiilU (o lio 0ii a llooin. Other Im'.o Telegraphic Ncwh of Interest to All, Wrshljgton, Nov. 8. Senator 'Dcboo came hero with tlio resignation of Collector Yandcll lu his pocket and after being assured by the President i Saturday that ho would nppoiul l" ranks according to the dicker tho senator handed In the resignation of Yandcll today, and Franks was im- mediately appointed. It Is now said Mbit owing to some sort of a misuti Yandcll after all is not o havo the Chief Deputy ship under Franks. Owcusboro, Ky., Nov. 8. T. J Yandcll will decliao the Deputy Col. lectorship, and return to Marlon, where ho will again engage In the banking business. A Cliuuce For GrunibiMinli. Wasbinglon, Nov...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 9 November 1897

,;1 We haven't n:i old co.it .lo show you, not a question -.We style in slock.' It won't tnkc you ten minutes to convince yourself of tlii: Wc demand from the maker the best he can produce; we want our money's worth, and expect you to demaiyl the same. Your money back if you are not satisfied. QPFP1AK FAR TW WW mtbmL lyfi Usilw us L Lift b Ten black Melton coats, 26 inches in length and full silk lined.military front worth Siocach for 7.50. Sizes 32 to '4 2. V. fi ;' . 4 3 K ? i - H $ ,' "S si fK ,i VM ..3w' PflHWBafiH l) CAN HillC Repairs on Guns and Bicycles a Specially. bob CLOAK Chas. A. Flsk - !28iBroaay 1 fid WRONfi: STOCK All Wool Carpets Twenty strictly all wool child s colored cassimeie jackets, a regular $5.00 6 to 1 years old, go this week at S2.98. Twenty extra quality full silk lined black boucle capes, 27 inches long, for 5.00 each. Twenty black cheviot jackets, braid ttimmed, for 5 co each. V7c bought a sample line of children's jackets, sizes 8 and 10 years. They arc...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 9 November 1897

ft M i E Of J & 'I. iV trip to Chicago. m . . - - - - V",' V '" ' DID YOD for1 DID YO That Gardner Bros, were offering Special Bargains in.... ROCKERS week? Wo Imvo iusl scals, with arms full nl.e. Wc nro ollertoi; them this ween from 81. CO to $3.00; alto solid leather upholstered Cft.l ltoekrr llifli.il Ipnflinr hnnlf In rn If fnrnnlv C-. f.n W'n nn .ilan vim nntlilntr ni'pilill In till! llMURG 1 - .,-v.., ... ... furnishing line. Solid oak nulls cheaper Minn offered by our competitors. eco our lino ot lloeKcrs before biijing. Gardner Bros. Telephone 390 Society Gossip. hakespcate, if ho could have lifted the ell from several centuries and pet pod Into the beyond ho would never h a v o compromised his repudiated Intelli- cence I iv so indiscreet au ex pression as ''There's nothing new under the sun!" If things materialize and reports are true, society folks will have comparatively a new feature added to the merry-go-round uf pleasure for this season. It is a cake-walk that is ...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 9 November 1897

W L M. ' r St . S ". it . U ir Ui . . ft rA FEW STRONG POINTS; A dollar Is no bi.zgcr at tho Bazaar tbnn elsewhere. a most daily. I'llcec low for band-Bomo tailor mado garments. Wo guaranteo a fit and n stately in our wraps that you can't got in tho great hulk of tbo'wrans on tlio It is important to remember tint prico is not tlio onl tiling to con- nuer wncn ouying a ja Ket or capo. Kit and appearance must bo considered or your money is thrown aw.iv. It cost nothing extra to buy tho correct uiingnerc. A Ribbon Event. No. 0. Roman stripe and plaid 20o 1 1 ) lion for 10c a yard. No. 1". Roman fctripo andplald all-silk 25b ribbon for 12Jic a yard. No. 10, Roman strfpn and plaid 30c ribbon for for 15c a yard. Fresh arrivals of tho popular and correct ttvles in ml'lncry just received for this weck'H Helling. low pricca will bo mado dining this sale. Hosiery and Underwear. Winter warmth at pinched prices. Roy's 30c lllcyole Hoso for 12jc Women's 36e Fleeced lino hoso for 2jc. All other h...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 10 November 1897

OU IM- -a . Ik. 'THE U1C advertlwrs OUll II1C UCS11UCU1U1U arfyealteing I The Paduca Dail Y Sun. If it's You'll True " ort by which to reach the pcop'c. Find a in rhc bun ta , VOLUME I -NUMBER 61 HAD KILLED FIVE MEN, And Dies at Last With His Boots OnMrs. Niick Con fesses the MtmliT Giihlensup'ic. of Tlio Court of Appeals Anlrms Former Doclnloim In tho UiilMing ami Loan Cuich, Other Telegraph News. Wbltcauurg, Ky., Nov. 10 David Wilson, a desperado who had killed live men, was shut down in the jcatcrday I)y u deputy constable, uo was attempting to urrcsl him. MILS. Nack 'Hint Sho and 'IIioiii Murdered Uiihlcnsuppo. New York, Nov. 10. Mrs. Nuek, on trial for complicity iu the inurdei of Win. UuMeiisuppc, confessed ou the wittiest tfnid today that she and iuarnu I'.iorn cominiiicti mo murder. AITIHMKD. A C'uho of Ureal Intercut to tlio Uulltllng and Loan elation. Frankfoit, Ky., Nov. 10. The Court of Appeals today alllrined tho oriuer decision in the lluddiug nud Loan Association case...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 10 November 1897

-" 01) CANT SHOE DEPA mni.'ju.'mmi .n'bihi. IN OUR CLOAK STOCK Wc haven't an o'd coat to show you, not a questionable hlylc" in stock. It won't take you ten minutes to convince yourself of this: We demand from the maker the best he can produce; wc want our money's worth, and expect you to de.naud the same. Your money back ifyou arc not satisfied. SPECIAL Ten black Melton coats, 26 inches in length and full silk lined, military front worth $!ocnch or $7.50. Sizes 32 to 42. S Ubb i uiO iriii il $ RTME wtfcRi Tvwtv strictly all u ilt'iiMscoIo'cd c.v. .imcrw jackets, a ri;iilir i5,.oo to 14 ycjrs old, no this week at f 2 ys. r Twenty cxtia quality full silk lined black boucle capes, 27 inches long, for 5.00 each. Twenty black cheviot jackets, braid tiinimed, for $5.00 each. We bought a sample line of children's jackets, bioi S and 10 years. They are the finest goods made, and offered for less than usual wholesale cost. Wc have a complete line of capes and j ickas for mourning wear, ' an...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 10 November 1897

T ti I V la If ft r it m hi .,. . m ii nni ii JjjJBPjmT DID wm This week? Wu linvo iust received 11 lot of nice Rocker, link nml mahogany llnisli, leather nnti upholstered ecnls, with onus full tlzc. Wo aro ollering them this weeu from 81. SO to $3.00; nlso Bolid leather upholstered icat Hooker, tufled leather hack, in oi.lf, for only $.r.n0. Wo can also furnish 3011 an) thing needed in tlio house furnishing Hue. Solid oak suits chenper Uinu offered liy our compelitors. Tonus to suit purchaser. Cnll and see our lino of Itockera before Inijiiig. Gardner Bros. & Co, Telephone 396 WRITTEN AT RANDOM, In thu evolution from a private citi.cu to a councilman thero aro many trials atitl tribulations. The ttrclvo well known eitl.cns who blacked up snug littlo mujuiitios at the last election aro now undergoing t'lut drleelablo ordeal incident to llmling It out. First camo tho candidates for oloc tlxo olllccs, lu person. They nil wanted olllee, and each one deserved thu plnco more than any...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 10 November 1897

.'- xor zo cents. Union suits at special low prices. Look Here for Shoes. No house can offer you better chocs at oven highest prices. Tho monoy you'll save is worth attention. Our iron-clad school shoes for $1.00 and ( 1.25 a pair wear like iron. HARBOUR'S, OnN Third streot. Just back of Wallerstein's. Inferior Goods Knocked Out, In the Jong run, good goods win every time, ft has been our principle ever since we started in business to handle only the very best grades we could get. We have been particularly careful about our canned goods. Every brand that we sell can be depended upon. We know the canners know them well-must know them well before we buy from them. Tho frcMi venotabl; months or 'out over. That's tho reason wo now have n inoro than usually largo and varied stock of canned goods. Ed. Jones. T to Hecond Street Grocer. I Special Sale. Grapes, per hiifkit, K c. 1 it. cranberries, 10c. 1 qt. chow-chow, 20c. 1 gal. Dill pickles, U5c. Choice Northern Pointers, 70c. New crop N....

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 11 November 1897

r i $1' i IK 'ifv,"'"'Tf Vt AJ -, i-1 VSBt If Wa True 'THE advertisers arc realk 3 You'll rL. O he Paducah' Daily Sun. the Sun is the best medium Find It in 1 he OUI1 by which to reach the people, PADUCAH, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1897. VOLtJMI 52 TEN CENTS A WEEK THE BELLE OF DULUTH. The Brilliant Nuptials of B. J Schackelford'niul anner Macoffin a Qretit Social Event. P Hcnator Cncbol Wuh Hnt Man, Ki' The Bridal Party Will Como Hftrf Straight to Their Owciwbo ro Home. Dulutb, Minn., Nov. 11. Yesterday afternoon, at tbc First Presbyterian church, Miss Mariamncr n, daughter of lleriab Magodln, and Hon. Samuel J. ausckcllord, or Owensboro, Ky., were married. The wedding was the most conspicuous social event that Duluth baa seen in a number of years. The bride is a granddaughter of Hcnah Mogollln, tho war governor of Kentucky, and one of the belles of Duluth. She is a tall brunette, queenly in carriage and with great beauty of face, and her aocial conquests have extended far b...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 11 November 1897

IIS - ') W L CANT GO WRONG IN OUR CLOAK STOCK We havfcnHtfn bid coat toshcw you, not a questionable styloTiu r Tr won't take vou ten minutes to convince yourself of tins: We demand from the maker the best lie can produce; we want our money s worth, ancxpwO,OK'd(UKsamc - Your ,lloncy back -yo" arc notsatisfied. SPECIALS FOR C(3X. ,jy;fe." Ten black Mutton coats, 36. inches in length and full silk lined, tvitlitary front worth $ 1 o each for $7.50. to 42. ' vjVV ( Twenty extra quality full silk long, for .5.00 each. Twenty black cheviot jackets,, wi'imiifriit n snmnle line of V. .-s , and offered for less than usual years. 'They are the finest goods made, wholesale cost. We have a complete line of capes and jackets for mourning wear, and especially recommend these handsome Melton cloth capes at 5.oo. Our box front black bouclc jackets for ladies are the best garments you cve'r.saw at the price, $3.98. J ay- A '! 4 IMA.' .Ha'.'jJ& O "Si C-, ft -,!. . .V a: ,T Sv n HAT BEAUTY Is lar...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 11 November 1897

6. t vPB pun ii fCSUii i ' "Tim i in J ' There s al-Hot rvr n. the especially down at (Jardnor Jroa.' week. Just think of It V fS sP "TiiTiT JS. LJ j j' isysj) liii With arms , rom 81.fi0 to $3.r0. Solid Jl. tl J"V r" leather, upholstered scat, tufted 11 I I 'nidSnbor, wo can .rto.lii j GARDNER 'BROS. & CO. Tefephdne 896 i. ? WRITTEN AT RANDOM. A glanco into the .vault in Marshal Collins' olUce will fctonly repay anyone. Tho marshal has in it n regular Junk.KhO. Tl ro ore llrst about a shot cuns. clubs, hatchets and other r VSr" weapons that have figurcU in some uioouy Mirny, ana yei near cviucuces of tho part they played, watches that hare ncieYLeen vailed for ndd watches that have been put up m bonds, dice, cards, pocket knives of every conceivable description and without number, brass knucks, "elungshots,' rings, shirt studs, and many other Uilngs, which, could they speak might divulge a highly colored history. Marshal Collins also lias one drawer full of VJcWe lAiUc3,uiill p...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 11 November 1897

. 7" fA FEW STRONG POINTS. ' - .,-n- i.iirifnr at tho Bazaar ger became its buying power w bigger. JUST EEOEIVED worth $2.00 ami $2.50. While they A largo new lot of sample capes, (SJ&S'Si fifty tew sample capes, beaver, astrakhan .ml Mellon in blacks, and brown, worth 6C.A0 cloth, beautifully trimmed, navy, green ml i7 00 no two alike, our price $3.50. One hundred sample 'baby cloaks, regular price $3.50, orn imucr this WE?oV$onowcck wo will make and furnish molds for tailor-made buttons lor I0c per dozen. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Wo buy cowboy hats, sartors and wa'kmg hats in case lots, nud sell thnm likewise. Now cowboy hats, new shades, P "our 75c walking hats in all tho new shades are hard to beat. n ,nn.lrl ami fiftv now trimmed lints, worth $2.00 and $2 50, price for ono week, 81.00 and $1.25. A beautiful lino of pattern hats that would be cheap at $0.00, $.00 nnd $8.00, our prices this week, $3.00, $3.50 and $1.00. A lot of Froich hair switches, regular price $2.50, our pric...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 12 November 1897

But Clilcuirn Tlilovc Were Too Much ForTliln ltcturncii Wanderer. Chicago, Nov. 12. Joseph Ladue, whojtruck it rich on thu Klondike, aa robbed of $700 worth of nugget1 the depot of the Lake Shore i ail- road yesterday. Tho gold was in n bag in his overcoat pocket, and the thief managed to sccuro it, while La-duo watt walking from his (rain to the depot door. There is no truce of the pickpocket. KOUKUT T. LINCOLN I a Virtually .Miulol'rct.ldcnt of the I'ulliiiun Cur Company. Chicago. Nov. 11. Kobert T. Lin-coin was elected a director and was virtually made president of the Car Company today. He was made chairman of a committee which will have chargo of nil the affairs of the big corporation. Mimi Wlllurd'H Liberality. Chicago, Nov. 11. Miss Frances K. Willard, President of tho W. C. CTU., announces that she will con tribute 83,000 of her own rnency to start tho fund of $300,000, which the temperance women need to hold control of the Temple property. A Dying Negro l'nrdoncd. Frankfort...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 12 November 1897

i . r ' "" , lift 5fflJ CANT GO WRONG IN OUR CLOAK STOCK We haven't an old coat lo show you, not a questionable stylejln ..nolr It won't take you ten minutes to convince youn.cH of this: We demand from the maker the best he can produce; we want our money s worth, and expect you to demand the same. Your money back if. you are not satisfied. f SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK! Ten black Melton coats, 26 inches in length and full silk lined, military front worth $ 1 o each for $7.50. Sizes 32 to 42. o fem r ill 3Sc m. C&CrS 3s ' - - if? m v. ttiiTfiM saffftfjrsr aET " TTXJ 'J&& x w Twenty strictly all wool child's colored cassimcre jackets, a regular $5.00 6 to 14 years old, go this week at 2.9S. Twenty extra quality full silk lined blaek boucle capes, 27 inches long. or 5' , Twenty black cheviot jackets, braid trimmed, for J5.00 each. W bought a sample line of children's jackets, sizes 8 and 10 years. They are the finest goods made, and offered for less than usual wholesale cost. We...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 12 November 1897

If I H- k; i I Theres a Hot the Old Town Especially dorm at ,.ur Uros. Furnlturo .Store, wlicro tlioy nro continuing Iho special solo on KocKcrs this week. JlSPtlilnk of It solid oak i.nd imitation mahogany, leather ami upholstered scat ROCKERS With arms, from Si. CO to $3.i0. Solid leather, upholstered tent, tutted leather back Hockers for $5. 60. member, no can furnish jour house from cellar to garret, cheap for cash or on easy weekly or monthly payments. GARDNER Telephone 396 WRITTEN AT RANDOM, Tho little miss was visiting a lady friend of her mother. Just before she started homo tho lady gave her a nice slice of cake. "Now what nro you going to say?" usked the mother, us she bcut over to prompt her. The child stopped munching her cake a moment and thought. Hut before her mother could whisper tho overdue "thank you" Into her car, the girl triumphantly exclaimed, as the extended tho other hand, "morel" - Air. Matt Carney was up at Princeton the other night and relates an amusing I...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 12 November 1897

r r v 2fu All-wool novelty sultlnc.8, 30 in. wide, 30 different patterns to select from; would bo good valuo for 35c priced for quick selling at 25c a yd. 4tc High-class all-wool suitings, 38 .wide. in fancy mixtures, 20 styles so select from;' regular 69c quality, for 48e a yard. 50c A worthy Mo quality of Ladles' h tirfcMc l ... ;rr 7 U IP It rSam. Lv -H, r p Cloth, 63 in. wide, in all of tho now fall shadss a notablo bargain for 60c yard. 35c High grade all-wool twillod back broad ciotns, too use sort a veritable bargain, for 85c a yard. $1.35 Extra heavy cloaking Broad cloths, the 1.60 sort, a remarkably fine quality; we offer at a saving of 10 per cent. In the prico. 64 in. wido for 91.36e a yard. Jackets Capes. New jackets and new capos arriving almost daily. Prices low for handsome tailor made garments. Wo guarantee a fit and a stately appearance in our wraps that you can't get in the great bulk of tho wraps on the msket. It is important to remember that price is not ths only...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 13 November 1897

K N : J- 0 VOLUME II NUMUKIt HIGHWAYMEN NEAR TOWN. GlUl La -Ar i(r in nil nc uiui uui ui uu wnjjou or whether tho vehicle ran over Irm oftrr he had fallen. Since the bold assault made upon h'm, it had becu learned ihat Clias Thoum, another colored man llviwy in tho neighborhood, was held up oply tho day before, lut contrived to bluff the Wgnwajmcn ny ucijuip litem witu a club. Several nights ago Major Mos at his home cave a possum supper in Arcadia, and Cinnll Clerk J. Will Fisher and Dr. 1. H. Slcwait wore among the guests. As they were returning home something in the road near the old toll gate frightened the liortc, causing it U shy anil run so frit that whoever it was could no. catch l'ic bujiiry. Dr. Stew ait I now satisfied that It was tho same gang. Another incident tendog lowaids tho same conclusion Is the assault made on Mr. Culver, tho insurance agent, several n'ghU ago while returning to Hie city from a spin out tho Wroadwaj road with a yoiirg lady. They had been on a vls...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 13 November 1897

W; n J ' -J F v rf " r u K, r ; y I 'j p - A n .; 1 &. t I i IT- ,ri. v L" v T 4V ifc 4 'TIS TIME FOR INTER UNDERWEAR who know say we have unquestionably the best and most PEOPLE line of underwear for men, women and children on the Good weight fleeced, ribbed vestslfor women, regular 25c quality, " YExtra heary silk-taped, fleeced, ribbed ladies' vests at 25c. These ladies' fine Egyptian cotton vests and drawers, soit and warm, cannot be excelled at the 9L$'"r. wrte at irv, 15c. 4Hk ml fleece-lined Egyptian cotton union suits at 50c. . For comfort and service nothing jurpasses the Onejta union suits, priced at 98c Children's union suits for 50c Better Buy That Wrap Now.. Values arc Better Selections are Better Box-front black boucle jackets for ladies at $3.98. Handsome cloth jackets, full silk lined, sizes 32 to 42, for $7.50, worth $10.00. Children's heavy chevit jackets in red, brown and green ahades, braid trimmed, for $2.98. Ladies' and misses' clth jackets with velvet coll...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 13 November 1897

4 Kft It k I W '.,V BOSTDirs GREAT PREACHER The Rev. J, B, Brady, D. D Advises His Many Parishioners To Take Paine's Celery Compound. ft- 'lhc Hcv. James Uoyd llrady, pastor of thu People' Temple. In Hos-ton, presides over the destinies of tho largest Methodist church in the country. lilg, candid Scotch-Irishman that ho is, Dr. llrady has built up the Temple llnancially and niimeiieally, find today he is the paklor of n Hock of 1700. J)r. llrady devotes himself with unflagging courage to anything he jtidertakes. Tho chief characteristic of his ministry ban been progress, in number, financial condition and spiritual growth. He is a man of lain but vigorous words. So much has been said and written about Dr. llrady bis work, his progossive methods, bin eloquence anil hi power as a minister, that the following letter from him will bo com incing and helpful to many ptrsous besides the large number who aro every Sunday influenced for pood by his powerful preaching. He writes: llo.ton, Sep...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 13 November 1897

:"J ono week', oniy ouo mm i. 'TIS TIME FOR lwTPD " Ic'hundrcd yards of beautiful r effects, and 2UU varus 01 ciik" -- --- tiSelita iould l.o considered cheap at $1.00 and 81.50 -our price for Ono hundred new sample dress skins, in an oi mo now vom;ia i'i""D -n,i Wncks well worth $2.50 and $3.00, our prlco $1.50. Another lot in fine crgcs.'crcpons and fancy figured silk, worth $5.00, $8 00 and $12 00. ourtrlces$2 60 $1.00 ni.d $0,00. Handsome biU waist made to order, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00, worth doublo tbo price. A new lot of samplo capes, all styles and colors. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT A beautiful lot of black velvet pattern lats, profusely trimmed with rich ostrich foathers, tho most stylUi I als ot tlio season. These hats arc well worth $7.00 and $8.00 our prices tH.5U and SI l0. Another lot of handsomely trimmed live, d.lToicnt styles ts select from. Thcso haU aro well wor.h SI 00 and SI. 60 our prices ' Another lot 'of new trimmed ha'.s, till cslors. Tucio hats, while they int ..,...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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