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per FAlM LOANS !
CBfli. $1,000 to $100,000
W. KING & SON,
j 25 ClieapsicSe, Lexirtston, Ky.
Will be paid to "'"any person having
any kind of pain or ache if Shipp's
Liniment fails to give instant relief
and the purchase price is not refund
ed. Try it and see. 50c at all drug-cists.
Bourbon Horse Goods
Harness, Horse Boots and
Leather Novelties of
All Orders Promptly Executed And
No. 304 Main Street'
Repairing of All Kind Done
While You Wait.
Opp Court House.
Paris, - Kentucky.
Business Men's Barber She.;,
(Next to Bourbon Bank)
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Hot and Cold Baths at All
No Long Waits.
A Share of the Public Pat-ronageSoHcited.
Stop That Ache.
Any ache or pain in anyfrjarr, of the
body can be relieved with Shipp's
Quick Relief Liniment. $100 reward
if it fails and the purchaselprice is not
reufnded. Try Jt and see. 50 cents at
all druggists. ; . ,;! ..,
The Demons oi th Swamp
are mosquitoes. As they sting thev
put deadly malaria germs in the blood.
Then follow the icv chills and the fires
of fever. The appetite flies and the
strength fails; also malaria often
paves the way for deadly typhoid. But
Electric Bitters kill and cast out the
malaria germs from the blood; give
you a fine apnetite and renew your
strength. "After long suffering,"
wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama, N.
C. "three bottles drove all the mala
ria from my svstem, and I've had good
health ever since." Best for all stom
ach, liver and kidney ills. 50 cents at
Our Own Business.
"Whilst I do what is fit for me and
abstain from what is unfit, my neigh
bor and I shall often agree in our
means and work together for a time
to one end. But whenever I find my
dominion over myself is not sufficient
for me and undertake the direction of
him also, I overstep the truth and
come into false relations to him.
Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Helps a Judge in Bad Fix.
Justice Eli Cherry, of uillis Mill-,
Tenn., was Dlainly worried. A bad
sore on his leg had baffled several doc
tors and long resisted all remedies.
"I thuught it was a cancer, "he wrote.
"At last I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and was completely cured." Cures
burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises tnd
piles. 25 cents at Oberdorfer
Finish every day and be done with
it. You have done what you could.
Some blunders and absurdities, no
doubt, crept in; forget them as soon
as you can. Tomorrow is a new day;
begin it well and serenely, and with
too high a spirit to be cumbered
with your old nonsense. This day is
all that is good and fair. It is too
dear, with its hopes and invitations,
to waste a moment on the yesterdays.
Call for Gratitude.
Seek to cultivate a buoyant, joyous
sense of the crowded kindnesses of
God in your daily life. Alexander
Work fop Success.
If success doesn't come to you don't
blame the world. It is the same world
in which others have made good. Get
busy and go after it.
Derived from two French words
meaning round and ribbon, a form of
signing a petition of grievance by ar
ranging the names in a circular form
and was first used by certain officers
of the French government.
New Art Store!
I .have opened an Art
Store next to Mrs. M. A.
Paton. New and fresh
stock of all kinds of
Novelties of all Kinds
Stamping Done on Short
guaranteed to be the
mrs. 01. E. Board
Statements That May be Inves
tigated. Testimony of
When a Paris citizen comes to the
front, telling his friends and neighoors
ot his experience, you can rely on his
sincerity. The statements of people
residing in far away places do not
command your confidence. Home en
dorsement is the kind that back
Doan's Kidney Pills. Such testimony
is convincing. Investigation proves it
true. Below is a statement of a Pans
resident. No stronger proof of merit
can be had.
M. Holleran. 200 West Seventh
street, Paris, Ky., says: "Doan's Kid
ney Pills are mighty good and I am
glad to praise them to everyone. I
had a lot of trouble from my back and
kidneys. The action of mv kidneys
caused me much suffering and some
times the passages of the spcretions
were nainful. I had backaches too.
I used manv medicines but was not
benefited until I took Doan's Kidney
Pills. They soon made me better and
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
STOCK, CROP AND FARM NOTES.
Mat Holman, of Bath county, sold
recently to the Kentucky Blue Grass
Seed Co., at Mt. Sterling, 8,000 bush
els of blue grass seed at 63 cents.
Theie was a large demand for cat
tle at Georgetown court Monday. A
lot ot 850 nound cattle sold fs high as
555.988 1-2," yearilng cattle $5.92 and
Hay and corn continue to advance
in price as the winter apDroaches.
Timothy hay is selling for $15 a ton
while corn is sellingat frpm 2.25 to
52.50 per barrel.
James B. Haggin has purchased
of S. Higgins Lewis 73 acres of land
on the Russell Gave pike which will
be added to his Elemendorf posses
sions in Fayette. The price was mri
vate. Mr. W. P. Givens, a well known
farmer of Boyle county, has out
classed all farmers in Central Ken
tucky raising alfalfa, receiving the
past seasun the sum of $160 per acre
for his total yield.
The Montgomery County Fair As
sociation is advertising a colt stake
for the Mt. Sterling fair next year to
be worth $3,500. the first premium be
ing $600 and the twentieth $75.
With the advent of freezing weath
er hog killing will now be the order
of the day. The warm spell has prejj
vented the slaughtering of hogs for
the family meat. Choice spare-ribs,
back-bones and sausage of the home
made kind will soon make their ap
pearance on the local markets.
Turkeys for Christmas will be
even higher than prices paid for
Thanksgiving. While the crop of tur
kejs was short in tnis section this year
and the supply hardly equal to the de
mand for Thanksgiving there will be
only a few of the fowls left for Christ
mas. The highest price paid this seag
son was 16 cents on the local mar
ket. The problem of securing laborers
is perplexing to the farmers of this
section. Not more than one half of
the corn crop has been shucked be
cause of tha scarcity of farm hands,
and one farmer has complained that
after procuring a corn shredder,
which he thought would facilitate the
handling of his large crop of corn, he
has been unable to secure a sufficient
number of men to operate it, and as
a consequence it has been setting idle
lor almost a month. Farmers of this
county are willing to pay almost any
price to secure men.
The man who is blind to his neigh
bor's faults may be so merely because
he thinks that affords him an excuse
for having faults of his own.
A lot containing two houses. Ap
MRS. ELIZA AYERS.,
8 3t 1302 Cypress Street.
Hot and Cold
Hot and cold baths.
Everything neat and clean. Polite
barbers always ready to wait on the
trade. No long waits You are next.
M. A. KAHAL.
New Shoe Shine
The popular Elevator Boy and
Janitor at the Agricultural
Bank, has opened a Shoe-Shining
Parlor in the hallway t f the
Bank and will be glad to wait
on th Dublic in this section ol
Your Patronage Is Solicited.
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for this genuine
no reason why you should hesitate
another moment in placing this greatest of all
musical instruments in your home.
The price is easily within reach. The instru
ment is a perpetual joy.
Come in and.hear it and you won't want to
ao without one.
Other styles of the Victor-Victrola $15 to $200.
Victors S1U to 31UU. Terms to suit-.
"Laugh and the World Laughs
With You; Weep and You Weep
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When She Discovers It.
When a woman discovers that she
is growing old she may be sure that
her friends have known it for a long
in .. it i
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Remembered by Their Deeds.
Who thinks of Milton as blind or
of Beethoven as deaf or of Darwin as
an invalid? What they accomplished
was so great that their personal in
firmities are for the moment forgot
ten in the sense of their achieve
ments. The Christian Register.
Have opened a Coal Yard at the
Stand on North Main Street.
Rich Mountain Coal
Kentucky Jem Coal
Last longer and furnishes a greater amount
of heat than other coals.
O. R. TURNER,
Opp. Hotel Windsor Dow Building E. T. Phone
BCriZY III TRAPPJHB.
"Wo toll you how and
for weekly prlco lift
Dealers In Furs, HMes, Wool
New Street CarSchedule.
SCHEDULE OP THE PARIS CITY
CAH IN EFFECT OCT. 1, 1912.
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Tdomis f Bros.
There could be no hetter medicine
than Chamberlain's ICoueh Remedy.
My children were all sick with whoop-
I ing cough. One of them was in bed,
had a high fever and was coughing up
blood. Our doctor gave them Dham-
herlain's Cough Remedy and the first
dose eased them, and three bottles cur-
ed them," says Mrs. R. A. Donaldson,
ot Lexington. For sale by all dealers.
Low Round Trip Homeseek
To points in Alabama, Florida, Louis
iana, Mississippi, Arizona, Arkansas,
Missouri, New fMexico, Oklahoma,
Texas and Kansas on sale first and
third Tuesday of each month, return
limit 25 days from date of sale.
Round trip "Winter Tourist iickets to
all principal winter resorts in the
South on sale Oct. 15th to April 30th,
1913, final return limit May 3lst, 19134
For further information, apply to
WH. HARRIS, Agent,
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CIk Insurance Agent
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Flandcio "SO" Roadatcr, $7C3
Don't be a1 armed if somebody teils you you can buy n aucOmoDue
less money than the $750 Studebaker-Flanders "20." You can, but
l better not. The Flanders "20" corresponds point by point with the
best and highest oriced cars sold. Cheaper cars at every vital point are
built on ideas long ago discarded for good cars. Don't take our word for
it. Make comparisons and see.
The Studebaker-Flanders "20" is a marvel a high grade modem car
at a low price. If you pay less you buy much less. And the cheaper car
today will cost you far more in the long run. The competing car isn't
sold which the Studebaker Corporation, the greatest automobile manu
facturers in the world, couldn't reproduce for less money; but wc won't
build a cheap car, because the name "Studebaker" means the best for
If you are content with a car that runs today and dies tomorrow,
don't buy the $750 Flanders "20." It will wear for years. Remember
this the Studebaker-Flanders "20" will outwear 2 to 1 any other car
under $1100 and give you double satisfaction, confidence and comfort
into the bargain.
Wc can prove iiZendfcr new catalogue
Tbe Studebaker Corporation
C Bcurbon Cargge & SnppJy Company.
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