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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 25 November 1897

r 1 -.. hlml no couiuiri tio mo I ( Do Not Go to the Cloxidyke There is more clear money to those who need anything in Furniture or House Furnishings to call on Gardner Bros. & Co., who handle a full line of Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Stoves, Trunks, Lamps, Lace Curtains, Rugs, Chenille and Derby Portieres; In fact, anything you noed to make your house neat and comfortable. Goods sold on easy payments. GARDNER BEOS. & CO. Telephone 306. WRITTEN AT RANDOM, Tlio Sin yesterday afternoon pub llnliel an Item about a stock company being formed at Jlnyllcld with a capital atoek of 826,000 to inako patent medicine. Tlio name item appeared in last Friday's Itegistcr. Itcgis. tcr. Well, tbat's all right. The Sun knew nobody read tho Register, and that tbc information contained in the nrtlclo would bo uews to tbo public, which is extensively represented In tho Sun's circulation. When people want fresh ami reliable news the iko mo wncn tliey want "sensations" that arc simply flights ...

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. — 25 November 1897

. V r. V , FIFlfe CENTS 4 1 .V 1'llfl, liwio od'i.m. Altjr A -V Optician THIRD AND BROADWAY Dies your watch run correctly? If not, bring it to where you know it will be properly repaired. HUNTERS ItUTUHN, Ten Diiyn Marshall, To Kent, 'It1 7 f .. r c -v DR. A, M. COVINGTON, OF METROPOLIS, ILL. Ti uJen his profewloDal cervices to nil n J from the EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT With nondertul skill and social guiriintav lutliofo undertaken. W. R. CLEMENT, M. D, Ph. G. Hntirs Tito 11.00 a.CL. Oftlce, corp."- ''orgft. HtS "TfftMUHiir. Itrsldence, 6J3 Waohluz ton Btrrut. Special iSalc. Grapes, per basket, 10e. 1 qt. cranberries, 10c. 1 qt. chow-chow, 20c. 1 gal. Dill pickles, 35c. Cnoice Northern Potatoes, 70o. New crop N. O. Molasses, 50c. 24 lbs. choice Hour, 55c. 21 lb?, best patent Hour, 75c. I. L. Randolph, Tjlophono 89. 123 South Second St. Oiit'nt Ju Messrs. Nunn. Broadfoot, Grinm, and others, who have bceu on a ten days hunt near Altoua, Marshall county, returned yesterday and report s...

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. — 26 November 1897

W ir: l S -I k w ' k I I J .' c If it's True 'THE advertisers arc i You'll Tf C Thk Paducah Daily Sun the Sun is the best met! Find it in 1 he oun by which to reach the peopled VOLUME 05 PADUCAH, KENTUCKY, Fill DAY NOVEMBKU 2, 1897. TEN CENTS A WEEK EXPLOSION AND DEATH. Lets (Jo Willi Fatnl Kosulls. Three Men Killed itntl Fifty Houses Destroyed Thniiktlvlnu. Koyully 0t.crvi'd lly tho American '.frlou In J'mjln, Inmost Vii KOW. Chesterfield, Intl., Nov. 20 A explosion took plnpc Lure this morning, which killed three men outright, fatally Injured four or live more and demolished llfty houses. The houses were literally blown to fragments. A number of persons were more or loss hurt, though not fatally so. The explosion occurred nt u gas well oua mtlu from tho town, liven tho adjoining towns were jarrel. No cause is known why the explosion should hnvo occurred. Gullies looses Out. Washington, Nov. 1;. (Jalnci, the iicRro orator from Kentucky loses out In his application for Kegister of t...

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. — 26 November 1897

r - ( 'i v t 1 is large and new, our prices fair. f? cents Serviceable boucle cloth, with camel's hair stripes, in dark blue, brown nnd black shades. 25 cents Strictly all-wool check and novelty wide. V75v ZT J Sfi? JT -y A- STOCK Is a great help to a proper selection. "Earjye purchases by us mean better terms for our customers. Better advantages were never offered than vc offer you this season. Our stock dress goods, CO inches 19 cents All-wool and Scotch mixtures, -10 inches wide, for stylish costumes. 50 cents Fine ladies' cloth, the fashionable shades. in all 93 cents Handsome satin lluishcd broadcloths, in gray, castor shades and dark color, 62 iuches wide. $1.25 Two-toned effects in English corkscrews nnd cheviots, for stylish tailor suits. Fur and Feather Boas.. Arc pronounced favorites with dressy people. Vc arc showing them in all 1 lie popular varieties. Long black coiptu feather boas from 50c to 8!Je. Stylish gray feather boas a new idea at $1.50. ll the fashionable lengt...

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. — 26 November 1897

fe l - t tf K i. It 'c people weir wnu '" " r Do Not Go to the Clondyke There is more clear monoy to those who need anything in Furniture or House Furnishings to call on Gardner Bros. & Co., who handle a full lino of Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Stoves, Trunks, Lamps, Lace Curtains, Rugs, Chenille and Derby Portieres; In fact, anything you need to make your house neat and oomfortablo. Goods sold on easy payments. GARDNER Telophone 306. WRITTEN AT RANDOM, ll Ij tcportctl on seeming gxiotl authority that the Iloniuof the Friend-leis will It) a bhorl Htno he convcrtwl into mi oqiliaus' home, arid llicrc after Ihi uxeluslvely refuge (or partnllvss or homeless children, nud possibly temporarily for homeless women. The success of the benevolent Indies of the Institution has seemingly been greater with the children thnu with the women, nud then, there Is a wider and more satisfactory Held for good work in caring for and jiwvldint! for the education of, the ribiuc; generation who have ...

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. — 26 November 1897

J V y CENTS Feyer pcaivd. C '- 7 I I - i iiiiiiwiiiii i i Tf "" I ' '" " ' I'MIWi H. 'T " i m&mmmmmamUmmmmmLj ) F ' m - - - lri -- - - - ;i -. Jr . . . wr .11 (n ivUhie Inv.'ugbcoti io'sdfr 'iA?LjLjliU'','iliO Nash HfiJiOUSO. OU fL'lf&MnJlt. Louis Ins? suitablo HA UnULJ'J lu am lira nw.,, CiiiisE1; 199 ft, TfcM Prices AT- - THE BAZAAR One. Indies' leather shopping hag. worth Si.oo. .iiie Dr. Warner's best corsets, white, tlral) or nine romilar nrice 7c ami Si.oo One ladies liuislin gown, nicely trimmed, with lnce and tucks, well woitli 75c One ladies' fleece-lined union suit, all sues, lar price, 08c. loo new sample capes, ranging in price from $1.00 to $5.00. ICgtl Jucli sm 1 every one a decided bargain. All wool fur trimmed beaver capes, $2.00 Millinery Department. too ladies new trimmed hats, all styles and colors, $1.00 Another lot of velvet hats, liaudsomely trimmed, well worth .00 ?.V5o our price, $2.00. . j so new pattern hats, worth S5.00, $6.00 and ;. Our price 5.4....

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. — 27 November 1897

m tt I 52.. -. I EN ib k ,' ? n '"V If it's True THE advertisers arcl You'll T'f C The Paducaf Daily S UN. the Sun is the best mc! I he bun Find it in by which to reach the peopil VOLUME CO Facts IN THE SHAPE OF FIGURES Aro tlio strongest argument (or tlio prospective r jrcnaecr. rnero p ilollnlto about them; they're tmiKiblo, and easy to tlo to. Wo proiiant you with somio facts and figures In (hi) following Horns Hint will greatly Improvo tlio purchasing power of your dollars. You'll do woil to noto thoni. It's much easier to savo monoy this way than it Is to cam It. Convincing Dress Goods Facts Wo Inavtgurato a salo of poorlosi bargains. Kvory Item rings with tho iruo nu.ry of money saving, nucn offerings us tho following w 111 add tt tho store. Tulaaalo Includes A groat Mock of half-wool dross pattorn suits for 09c. worth fl.60 each. A choice stock of strictly nil-wool pattern suits for 81.0'J a suit thnt nie worthy to bo sold for 2.2fi and upwards. Dross patterns In rough effect...

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. — 27 November 1897

I V - "X. s If V V r ? .h 3AILY SUK. rjif 'Vorv afternoon. oxcrtU ? Sunday, by UH PUBLISHING COMPANY. moonronAirn 'mnn I'nuiDiTt asd vuvwjh ). 3tTH Vimi'Mttjinrit o'ln .rrrr.M7 i'avtos ruiAMwrs DIRCOTOCCI p.v ihw,J.H. Snlih.K.W.Clxnirata, i . ti, )vmiamon j. g. unriin. fit"-, SUndatd Block, lit North KuJUB Dally, per annum $ 4.50 Daily, Six months 2.25 Dally, One month, 40 Dally, per week 10 cents Weekly, per annum In ad vance 1.00 Specimen copies (rce SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 1897. W IIWIIIIIWlll'l boMK wild eyed nowspaper corres pondent credits Bryan with the re mark, "I am thinking of withdrawing from politics." With all due respect to tho jouralistio profession, of which we modestly imagine wo aro some, we believe that the above member of the fraternity lied. Thk retirement of Sovereign ns Master Workman of the Knights of Labor is a blow to the mclbodjof resorting to strikes as n means of settling labor disputes. Hicks, the lew Master Workman, Is a firm believer in arbitration of all ...

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. — 27 November 1897

7 ,y i' , "v '1 - k .A .V tfV f F. M AILY MM, - fcorv nflnrnoon. ntcMlt ty Sunday, by UN PUBLISHING COMPAHf. IStOOnPOOATKD "IWin PnCHDMT AKtl MWM j 9ith VimP'iitJltirii n'lO ..Dirlun i'AVT35 rwiAMhKn DtRCOTOr.S! P.V , 1hMJ.rt. Smith. K.V.Cl)mrnU, i K. Vllilmon J. J. Dorlnn. O , SUndktd DlocV, 1H Kortb Kujtth Dally, per annum $ 4.50 Daily, Six months 2.25 Daily, One month, 40 Dally, per week 10 cents Weekly, per annum In ml- vnnco 1.00 Specimen copies free SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 1897. Somk wild eyed newspaper correspondent credits Bryan with the remark, "I nm thinking of wilhdrawirg from politics." With all due respect "to tho jouralistio profession, of which we modestly imagino wo aro some, we believe that tho above member of the fraternity lied. The retirement of Sovereign ns M niter Workman of tho Knights of Labor is a blow to the mclbodjof resorting to strikes as n menus of setting labor disputes. Iliclo, the i my Master Workman, Is a firm believer in arbitration of all disputes. Sr....

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. — 27 November 1897

fr $k. M- r . rs t kr L'J' .,. X EDITOR J. Publisher Gazette r" Fame's Celery Compound t ft rJ .---.-- - ..-. . - . s. Ak. n ".X--i. - .!-V V v ".XNX 3SWtfA . d& ft j. The Haverhill Gazette, now In ihc front rnnk of newspapers, stands or tho journalistic abilityof one man. John U. Wright impressed his strong personality on the paper from tho day that he secured control. His accurate senso of news and steady judgment of men and events hai built up the II rivet hill (inzettc to its present newspaper leadership of jorlhorn Massachusetts. 1-Mitor W rilil'd long and brilliant work on the Holou Herald as chief of the department of "special writers" lias all been utilized in the building up of this successful newspaper. It lll Mirptise no ono that getting out n big newspaper, like tho (Sazclto, morning after morning and jenr after year, in tho heal ami unoUc of fierce political conflicts, should entail great mental and physical strain. Inccnaut work told on Editor Wright ; hut because ...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 27 November 1897

1 SI ? V k tf8 if ik. WL f i, isi EDITOR J. Publisher Gazette Paine's Celery Compound. MK& 1 I, mm, Thu Haverhill Gazette, now in the front rnnk of newspapers, stantls for tho journalistic abllltyof one man. John 11. Wright impressed his strong personality on the paper from tho day that ho secured control. His nccurato eoti!o of noun anil steady judgment of men and events has built up the Havethill C azotic to its present newspaper leadership of jorlliorn MHRsachnscttH. Kditor W righl'd lon and brilliant wotk on tho HoMon Herald as elilef of tlio department of "ipcclal writers" has all been utlhrcd in the building up of tliia Rueeesiful newspaper. It will surprise no ono that Keltlng out n big newspaper, like the Cazctte, morning after morning and joar after year, In the heal and tiuukc of fierce political conflicts, should entail great mental and physical strain. Inoeant work told on Kditor Wright; but because he made use at once of I'aino's celery compound, lie is today fully ...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 27 November 1897

& rv w ra Ft . o is n. k f.'f' K ; u T KEEP OUJEt GOODS WE SELL THEM Because our biuincea is to soil good goods stick to our business. Lace Curtain Specials A superior lot of Nottingham curtains, 54 inches wide, 3 yards long, to go for 98c pair this week. Dainty patterns in Nottingham lace curtains, 56 inches wide, 32 yards long, $1.98 pair. Handsome imitation Brussels net curtains, reeular S.s.oo and S6.00 jalues, this week 3.00 and 4.00. As the season advances we are making great reductions on all our best and most stylish hats and bonnets. It will be to your interest to buy here. Newest Ideas in "" Fancy Work It is a real treat tiful Sofa Pillows, Pin Cushions, Table Covers, to see these beau- Center Pieces, Laundry Bags, Lambrequins. at cut prices, and wo Just received 200 new Uroche Mail Dress Sitiris. largo and medium effects, embracing tho newest casta i( tho color of t!io season (Jrccn. You could not possibly make ono under $8; our price $1,50. 10 casea of new Black Moha...

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. — 29 November 1897

f I 37 s r l m (? n ; rr -y V -. fjr - w f If it's True "THE advertisers areJ You'll C The Paducah Daily Sun the Sun is the best mc Find it in 1 he bun by which to reach the pcopr VOLUME 07 PADUCAH, KENTUCKY, MONDAY NOVEMBER Jk 2!), 197. TEN CENTS A WEEK I WILL TALK POLITICS. jL'romiiHMit llopiiblicutis Will Confer in liOiiiHvillo Tomorrow Statu U.mvassiiiir Board at Work. CouKi'chHincu tmil Senators Arc Flocking to WnsliiiiKlon Preparing for tlic liOiij; Session of Congress. Ijtilsville, Ky.,Nov. L'D. Senator Dcboc, Hunter. Collector E T. Krnulw nml State Chairman K.J. Ilntritoii will have a conference herb tomorrow relative to lContiifky patronage. Senator boo ami Dr. Hunter will Icttvo at onr Washington. " Arc Counting the Vote. Frankfort, Ivy., Nov. '.'.. The Htnto board of cannsscrs nrc here today canvassing tho election returns. Is SccIhk ttiu President. . Wellington, Nov. 2'J, V. S. G .lines, the negro from Covington who It an applicant for the register-hi of tho treasury, Is...

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. — 29 November 1897

r t J I -, f 'ft s t tl LI K rs fcj I I t:t crv Itnpfti M. "t!tlR lMCSlDEST AND M ( fKll o n J. 1) rrn ,viii.i'iinnii rln 'AIT3N .. 'UhANUIIEIt DitincTon; wiuinmxnn j.j. uomti. m Standard Ulock, 114 Ntrth I'ourlh Dally, per annum ... 4.50 Daily, Six months 2.25 D illy, One niotah , . . . ',0 Diily, por Tfcck 10 ccuU Woikly, por nniium In advance I.'jO Specimen copies free MONDAY, NOV. 29, 1807. TosiaiiT week Maoi elect I.ang will bo inaupurntd nud Uie nrw o.iuncil will po into If the council linil :ulotcil tho Ucgistcr instead of lliu present astern of scwerago there wotiM probably tlieu havo been no doubt as to (lie efficacy of the flltli conductor. The Populists of Alabama Lave declared for absolute paper niouuj" and the leading Populist paper of Idabo bas done the same thing. These facta arc interesting merely as showing what the platform of 1'JOO will bo that the Democrats will steal lrom the Populists. The people of Kansas propose to take no more chances by with Populisliu theo...

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. — 29 November 1897

I .M3 tf A & IfV t.J i fii: Do Not Go to There is more clear money to those who need anything in Furnituro or House Furnishings to call on Gardner Bros. & Co., who handlo a full line of Furniture, Carpets, Mattin s, Stoves, Trunks, Lamps, Lace Curtains, Hugs, Chenille and Derby Portieres; In fact, anything you need to make your house neat and comfortable. Goods sold on easy payments. HE GAED Telephone 300. l VRITTHI AT RANDOM. Mnnngcr l'lctilicr Terrell that Uio it-ported appearance of Otis HMuncr in "I'rincu on December Clh at Morton's opera buuso, U due to an error in tlio booking arrangements of somebody, u the netor is not booked for l'aducab. This is to bo regretted by an public, ns "Prliiee Uudolpb" is one of the foremost plays on UiC American atnge, and would have been by far the beat attraction of the oar for J'aducali. Postmaster W. C. C'laik called I be writer yesterday morning and escorted him to tlio postotllcc lobby. 'I want to show you something," he laconicall...

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. — 29 November 1897

iy X t k P- A - r 3 kM t &V " - ? WE BELL THEM Uocausc our buiinots 's sell stick to our bus'.ujSF. KEEP 0U& GOODS Just received 200 new llroclio l'Jald Dress Sulrts, largo and thailiutn cITccta, embracing tho newest casts of the color, of tbo season (Irccn. Yon could not possibly mako ono nntlcr S3; our pneo SI. 50. 10 cases or new Uiack Jiolnlr SktrlH, lieauWnl patterns and eirccia. In tlieso skirts wo can (it a lady weighing SCO pounds as perfectly as ono weighing 100 pounds. T'lesc s' lrts wero raado to sell for SS.fiO and $3. CO. Our price while they last, SI .r0 A now lot of Imported Novelty and Silk Dress Skirts ; regular tlces, 18.00, $10.00 and S12.00; thoy go In twolo'.s $1.00 and $(5.00. Xew Capes, $1.00 to $5.00, worth double our price. B11LL1NKUY DKPAUTMKNT. Just received, a new lot of lino Velvet Hats, beautifully trimmed with feather, 82.00 to 81.00. Thoy will ml last long at tbeso prices. A now lot of wry svyhsh Turbans at prices tlmt will not fall to suit jo...

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. — 30 November 1897

jr. & 1 t EUROPEAN STORMS, Iiimicnso Djimapo Uonu ami Oreat Loss of Life Results M it'll ignn Ore Docks w Destroyed. Crimen mid CiutialllcM froiii i)iii I'nrlH of tlio Country A isxi iiaiiinmu . Kjlyanlu. Nov. !10. Reports from various parts of Kurope show vnsl of property ami probable great Ion of life as a result of the storms of j cstcrday. Twenty esscls nro known to havo liccn east nshoro. Tho storm la ono of tlio kevcrest ever knowu on tha continent. Hit; Oro Docks lltirn. Detroit, Midi., Nov. ag wl'i,0 oro dock at lis':rnd, Mich., burned lait niglit, entailing a loss of n million doling. These doek were the largest In tlio World, and were operated bv steam. Two llrcmcn were killed. 'Ilio Shot Vns ratal. Do Kovcn, Ky., Xov. 30. Waller Whitehead, who was shot yesterday by Gin Shiply, died this morning. TJio shooting was in elf defense. Handed lly .aw, Snnwdcn, l'a., Nov, 30.--George Douglas, a tocgro murderer, was handed u l'Utsbiirir today by thu ftffcriff. All Ovorn Wouinn...

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. — 30 November 1897

X tho tame in 1000 as Ml DAILY SUN. CTcry afternoon, Sunday, by urgeu us rcaucrs to ooycolt all merchants who do not advertise in the Dispatch. In fact that has been the great argument or bluff that it has been using with which to get ncss. A boycott is all right that I-, if the right party is boycotted. The Svx has no interest in the sewers or the Democratic caucus, be yond what any good citizen may have, who desires that the public shall be well served. It has made but one decided criticism on the caucus action, and it was and is a just ono. Tho Sitn rccogulzes tho right of the council to elect to oillco any person who suits its pleasure and acknowledge their responsibility to tho people. "It Relieves the council wishes to act inW best interests of the city, and impelled to ignore any duly to their which they have as-burned. The Sun believes tbo majority of the council-elect aro good business men, who wish to do right. It docs not believe they are either political or personal mali...

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. — 30 November 1897

7 : I r T Both V THE STRANGE FACES WE MEET. In Society andOn Ac Street-Why Are Sorife Attractive and, Alas, Jr- - Ulmta.liircrorcU.croUlnU.ofaccs M. ""?.' n,,1 ri,r lI,nl 'nllcrcifmcn rw "r ta m t,ial nUract cn m.l iaomr.te WOU10 w,!o llicro an, )lh " ' .intsceni to rquil just as Hronrjly. DM you ivor btmly fnecs? 1Ivl you ever paid real crie attention to 10 man-can . IHV..3 01 uic men ntid rvomou yon neui in um v'onro of a tiny? lancinating fcltitly. Many of thpin nru unattractive, but tome of tliom have power that ia most Now, what In tho secret, o'. tliU charm nnd beiuly? Tliero U -hut one anstrer, ami wo njll p'.vc It. It can bo expressed in two words WRITTEN AT RANDOM, Manager I'Ictcher Terrell, of Jlor ton'8 Upern House, Is authority for the that tho recent yellow fever scar played havio with show route, llehaihad three cancellations in a comparatively short lime, and tho "Dates Ahead" columns of he dramatic papers have ihow )ooked for I'adticali that Manager lerrell ha hnl no...

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. — 30 November 1897

S "I ..v rf ' finery w ', j Eastrnap Kodaks " j We areexcJtiSive agents iHlns renowned instru ment, from pocket sizc i'ax2 to No. 4 Kodak, 4x5. Films for same in stock. WILLIAM NAGEL , fJeweler and Optician THIRD3AND BROADWAY Does your watch run correctly? If not, bring it to where you EJ know it will be properly repaired. r po: ul Sale. T uee tinoked bloaters for 5c. Two-pound pkgs. self-rising buck wheat 10c. fare maple sugar, per lb., 12;3. Heinz' best mince meat, per lb. , 10c. "V, Choice onions, per peck, 2Cc. Korthcrn potatoes per peck, 20c. CnoJUL'g' feet, per doz., 30c. Choice raWins, 3 pounds for 25c. Choice dates, I pounds for 25o. r I. L. 123 South Second stn et. Telephone 89. E'lN THE SHAPE OF FIGURES Are tho strongest argument for tho prospective purchaser. There's some thing definite about them; they're tangible, and easy to tie to. we present you with souio facts and figures in tho following Items that will greatly Improve tho purchasing power of your dollars. You'll ...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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