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CHAMP 4 MILLER Editors and Owners
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This will be a saving to you of L0 to S15
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For SalellJy W T Brooks Druggist
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Who pay cash like to deal where they can get the benefit of cash
We appreciate that kind of trade and you can savevmoney by dealing
with us We will make our Fine Black Worsted
Suits
Trousers 350 4 and up
Paris FanilsliinganuTailoringCo
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Fred Lansing
Cutter
The only safe sure and
reliable Female PILL
ever Voffered to Ladies
especially recommend-
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I Ask for 33E MOTTS FENITYBOYAL PH1I1S and take no other
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QUEEN ORESCENT
During the Tennessee Centennial ahd International Exposition at
Nashville Tenn a low rata special tariff has been established for the
aale of tickets from Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen
fc Crpscent Route
Tickets are on sale until futher notice to Chattanooga at 53o one
way or 5 75 round trip from Georgetown the round trip tickets being
good seven days to return other tickets with longer return limit at
IS65 and at 1180 for the round trip
These rates enable the puMic to visit Nashville and other Southern
offered Vestibuled trains the finest
ern points at rates never before os
class are at the disposal of the passenger affording a most pleasant trip
and enabling one to visit the very interesting scenery and important
battle grounds in and about Chattanooga Lookout Mountain and
CMckamauga National Military Park Tickets to Nashville to visit
the Centennial can be repurchased at Chattanooga for 340 round trip
Ask your ticket agent for tickets via Cincinnati and the Q C Route
South or writeto
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RELIABLE CLOTHIERS
Boys Suits at 60c worth 1
Boys Suits at 100 worth 150
Boys Suits at 150 worth 200
Boys Suits at 175 worth 250
Boys Suits at 200 worth 300
Boys Suits at 250 worth 400
This is an opportunity you should not miss
You can be assured of getting bargains at
tliis sale no paper talk but actual facts
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riving every week
Give us an early call
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Froin Nicholas County
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S T Knox reports that he shipppd 102
lambs that averaged 80 pounds He
raised 106 from 75 ewes We regard
this above the average Mercury
The choir that has been engaged for J
Pirks Hill Camp Meeting is composed J
of the fiuest musical talent ever heard i
on those grounds The meeting begins
August 6th and continues ten days
The Mercury says The marriage of
Mr F Page Browning of Lexington
aid Miss Katherine Archdeacon of thi
citv is aunonnced to take place at the
Catholic Church here Wednesday morn
ing July 21st
Rev Geo S Savnge will preach m
the Christian Church Snuday morirng
at 1030 oclock On Sunday night the
Nicholas Auxiliary of the Bible Society
will be held at the Christian Church
Rev Savage the state agent will be
present
Nevs Notos Gathered In And About The
IJurs
Sidney Barton has
gone to the
caster fair
Messrs Jas A Butler and John Peed
are bujung wheat
Wheat has been selling here at 60
cents for several days
Mrs Robt Caldwell is visitins her
brother near Nashville
Miss Louise Best is visiting her aunt
Miss Barbee in Danville
Elder Duncan of Lndlow Ky is vis1
iting lady friends near town
Mr J G- Sra3dley went to Torrent
yesterday to spend a few days
Miss Louise Alexander of Miysville
is the guest ot Mrs Jas Woolums
ifcMisslicefSatheflandtitotjVtinchester
thguStofMlrWMMller
Miss Lizzie Wall Allen went to
Sbarpsburg yesterday to visit relatives
Miss Auna Rankin is the guest of Miss
Dewey at Monroe Mich on Lake
Erie
Mr Pomeroy shipped two car loads of
sawed walnut lumber to Europe this
week
Miss Emma Smith of
the guest of the Misses
town
Cynthiana is
Brown near
Green Leers wheat averaged 28 bush
els per acre the largest yield we have
heard from
John Wilson has been assigned as
store keeper to Greenbauins distillery
at Midway
Mrs Chas Frederick of Louisville is
visitiug her brothers Messrs Dave and
Thos Conway
Tne Millersburg nine defeated the
Carlisle team Monday at Carlisle
Score 16 to 13
Mrs G W Bryan Mrs Adella Miller
and Mrs A McNamara visited Blue
Licks Tuesday
Miss Meek Moore of Cynthiana wps
the guest of Miss Bessie Redmon the
first of the week
Master Fant Warford of Flemings
burg is the guest of his grand father
Mr Jas Warford
Messrs Jas Arthur and E P Clarke
went to Cincinnati Wednesday to try
the tobacco market
Mrs Eugene Elrod and Miss Gene
Walker of Louisville are guests of the
formers niece Mrs John Peed
Mrs Mary Worthington returned to
Mason yesterday accompanied by her
grand daughter Miss Mary S Carpen
ter
The Count 7 has had a new bridge
builton the Ruddles Mills pike near
town John Hamilton is superintend
ing the work
Mr and Mrs Sanford Carpenter and
Dr J H Carpenter returned Wednes
day from a three weeks trip to Swango
Springs near Hazel Green
Mrs Ida Victor Foster and little
daughter left Wednesday to visit rela
tives in Cynthiana and from there will
return to their home in Denver Colo
rado
Messrs S J and T Q Hodgkin of
Winchester were here Wednesday and
Thursday looking at the country and
are in the market to buy a suitable
farm
Mrs G W Broods of Paris and
Mrs J M Morford of Covington wpre
guests of the lasers sister Mrs Jas
Conway Tuesday Mrs Conway is
much improved
The Juvenile Missionary Society of
the Methodist Church will give their
annual supper and entertainment at
Mrs G W Bryans home Saturday
evening from 6 to 10 Adults 15 cents
children 10 cents All invited
Mr Philip Nippect of the Paris Ice
Company is erecting a cold sroraee
room near the depot and will be able to
furnish ice hereafter at all times and in
any quantity Dodd Best will have
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FEINTED EVEET TPBSPATMJHD FRIDAY
NjgBSR PARS KY
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ONThiirag July 25dthe Chesapeake
and OhiO BHitroafl will ran its annftal
To the wife of Riley Taylor Excnr8ionffiSBia Point Comfort Va
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near Barteryille a son
Drs Dills Martin and Dnrrum
compose the new Pension Board at
plaice
Johnson Overm in of this county
been
granted
ExcursloSK
leaving Likxu
Company D 2d Regiment Capt E
W Ham commanding left yesterday
morning for annual camp instruction
near Louisville t
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The general store run by D D Wilson
Co at Hooktown was burned last
Thuisday rsijiht Loss about 1200 in
surance in Hurst Home for G00
to Old Point Comfort
tou at U25 a m and
aching iBJIomt at noon next day
O jly llO0vIll be charged for the round
trin Attn tlfJKHCS Will lift inmrl tn votnrii
until Augusflath Stop overs will he al-
lowed atapjfcatiou on return trip so
a pension ot 12 per that our patterns may break the home-
back pay amounting to ward tripMbw stopping at any of 1 he
neauurui mtwmaiD ivsoits aione
the
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oieepragj5t races win oe isaou per
double berjBEwhich will accommodate
two prsonswfNo other bummer trip
offers suchfeiversion and variety of
pleasures atrip to Old Point over
the ChesapejJte and Ohio Ry with its
Mountainsjlleyp Rivers and Ocean
Special ratjgof 2i0 per day at the
hauiberlainwid Hygeia hotels
i For f ullinform itiMu or sleeping car
reservations I on or vvrite
JgEOIlOK W Bakney
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Wednesday Sept 15th 1897
at 10 odlockipm tbe larm belongiug
to the estatarapSocratjs Bowles deceas
ed bnownab Goodman PlaceSnd
is the sautBgfivej eu by E B Bishop
and LizzipBisliop his wife to said
Bowles Sp D -I book 73 pasje 294
in the 016ws office of the Bontbju
County Coui
The farmls four miles est of Paris
Kv ontbjffiads Jackstown turnpike
and containsri23 acivs 3 rooils and 39J
poles of firaHclass bluegrass laud all
well fenceawand abuudautly supplied
with everlasting surincs and dooIs for
Hive stock a15di is moatly now in grass
The itnprgjuientB consist of a modern
built two stoc j frame residence situated
in a lovelp5odlaiKl with lawn extend-
lnii to tne uute ami c muuus a nan
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and nilishjfl
There is all
rooms y J jti
and
seven roomsHfbath rnnm kitchen and
pantry a lfjSverauda m front with
rear porchejBwbovts and below handsome
cabinet malmVls and tile hearths in
each rooiniipdvall handsomely paoered
in walnut ana clu rry
m dr cellar of seeral
nle and outside entrancee
ice house bams stabler carriage house
meat and poultry hon ep with yards and
and all necessary otji buildings a fine
orchard iu fact with th location valu
able improvtimMits ud the fertility of
its soil it is one of tiie most desirable
homes iu the BIugrass region of Ken
tucky
Mr N H Baylcss of Paris Ky will
take pleasure in showing the farm to
auyone or will fnriiisu nny additional
information desired
Terms One xt bird ensh iu hand one
third March li ltf98oni tliird March t
1899 deferred payments t V ear interest
at six pW cent pi r annum from day of
sale until paid Possession riven im
mediately after first iiaymeut is made
1 will rtlso ell tt tin s uiie time
2 extra work -pin I -
1 cow 5
Lot of corn HMdlvn
Farm
Some fnrnitnrv tc
The nropertro th deceased
ROBT L BOWLEG Executor
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A T Forsyth Auctioneer
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Slightly Used Pianos
of standard makes are better than new
ones of low grade and occasionally can
be bought for less money We have
now a few unusual bargains in
High Grade
Pianos
used so little as to be practically good
as new indeed not one person in a
hundred could detect the difference
as they are in perfect condition
throughout We invite you to call
early and investigate Full particu
lars cheerfully furnished out-of-town
buyers
We are sole representatives
for tbe celebrated
STEINWAY PIANOS
Ernest Urchs Co
121 and 123 West Fourth Street
CINCINNATI o
Gentlemens Tan Shoes
The latest a id best tans for Summer
wear Genuine hanrl welts for 250 to
3 50 per pair Will not squeak and
just the thing5 for the Summer months
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Corner Main and Broadway Lexington ky
Hot Weather Goods
In Great Variety x -
Lawn Furniture -
Mosquito Bars
Straw Mattings
At Lowest Prices
Fine Medium and Low Priced
Chamber Suits Parlor Suits Folding Beds Irass
3eds Iron Beds Odd Dressers Wash Stands Chif
foniers Dressing Tables etc Popular Finishes In
spection Invited
Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies
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T A IT1TPTTITC5 TJ S AND FOREIGN
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EUGENE W JOHNSON 3 1
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Office established 18f8 Charges moderate
Correspondence Requested
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Having purchased John Glenns carriage works and repository on
corner of Fourth and High Streets Paris Ky we are now prepared to
do all kinds of repairing painting and trimming of vehicles such as
carriages buggies etc We also keep on hand a select line of new
BIG6IBS BAROUGHES SUSBIES
everything in the vehicle line The public is invited to inspect our
stock and compare our prices We have engaged experienced expert
workmen to do onr work and insure satisfaction and guarantee all
jobs tobenrst class
Gall and see us Prompt attention to all orders
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Write For Price List
Or call at the Works
LEXINGTON STOVE WORKS
SEVENTH ST EAST END CITY
JTake Chestnut Street car for the Works
PRIDE OF PARIS
The Whitest Purest and
The Best
FLOUR
Ask Your Groeer For It
Take No Other
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