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Stock, Crop, &c
Ilavinu sold mv farm on tiieJMays
jlle and Lexington pike five fand one
half miles from Paris and two and
one-half miles from Millersburgvand
will move to another stater, I will sell
at public auction on -?
Wednesday, Ded 18th, 1912,
16 head of cattle, incladinfe(4. choice j
milch cows; I
6 coming 2 jear old Jieifera
2 heifer calves ; rr! t
2 red steer calves, extra good ;
Yearling Polled Durham bull;
2 polled Durham heifers, registered,
and probably the only cattle of this
bree 1 in Bourbon county ;
13 head of Southdown sheep, as goocl
as there are in the State;
4 work mules, good ones; . -
Carriage, lunabout, covered spring
wagon, pony rigs, carts, sleigh, har
ness, farming implements ;
Household and kitchen furniture;
Corn, oats, fodder and straw ; -
Turkeys, chickens, ducks, white
guineas, and Honker pigeons. -
bale will becin at ten o'clock.
TERMS Liberal -and made known
on day of sale. -
J. P. BARBEE
George D. Speakes, Auctioneeer.
COMPLETE .DAIRY. OUTFIT
Jersey Cattle and Other
Having decided to devote more time
to mv business in Paris, Kv., I will
ell at public auction at the M. A.
Kenncy place. 4-miles from Paris on
the Maysville pike, on
Tuesday, December 17, 1912,
20 cows in lull flow of mi k
16 bred heifers, my own raising-
6 yearling lieifers mvown raising
3 heifer calves ,
1 four year old herd .bull 0
1 yearling bull
This stock is in first class condition j
with registered cows in the lot.
1 pair draft mares, 1 in foal to lack
3 brood mares in foa.1 to jack
1 coming three year old draft filly
1 coming 2 year old fhaft filly
1 weanling draft filly
1 coming three year old gelding
1 coming three year old stud
1 three year ojd pony y I
1 yearling pony, extra good
1 saddle mare
1 thoroughbred mare, four yeais old
1 coming three year old fillv by Lo
canda . . 1
1 weanling colt by Locanda !
100 extra good young ewes bred to .
i l i- m m:i ii : i c or !
iamo iiarcn u.s. vni sen ju il-is ui -co
each ' , . .
zv imperial lviamnioin x bkhi uuciis i
and drakes r
12 pure Bred white Orpington and
Minorca cocks . " 4. -
2 dozen Minorca hens
1 wheat drill with fertilizer attach
ment 1 Oliver chilled plow
1 potato plow
1 tn barte' water tank and truck
1 cider mill
3 Stivers grass seed strippers, two
combs to each
1 six horse, gasoline engine, "Stover
make . . !
1 two horse International gas ,engip?,
used very little- -
1 four roll Little Giant McCormick
corn husker, used very little-;
1 power corn sheller
1 feed mill - -
1 No. 6 Sharpless cream separator,
belt or hand power, in extra condi
lion ' ,
A lot of cooling cans and shipping
cans , '
1 Krause3iandmaae carriage
This will be an absolute 'sale. I
have discontinued the dairy business,
and this sale includes ray entire herd.
Will be held .under cover if weajher
conditions are' pot favorable. . ;rvfwi
xaKtiinierurnaiJ uuio iu ?". .!.
on Lexington and.Parisline. or Kenney
Station on L. $ &. Cars and trains
run convenient for sale. whicht starts
promptly at' ten .o'clock- , ,1.
TEUMS-Ma.de khon t un day, ,of
Ueorge Speakes. Auctioneer.
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1 Have opened a Goal Yard at the
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I Rich Monntainyjoal
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THE: BOURBON-WNBWS PARIS. ' !K
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jj Almost Stops LJlarrisge
. Mrs. Katherine Sham, of Fayette
"county, ho 'was i niariied to G. K.
'Goddard in this citv ladt Wednehday,
bada strenuous-time getting the vdi
vcrce from her former husband, VV. T.
Sharp, granted in time for the marri
ase to Droceed at the amoointed hour
On April 15 Mr. Sharp filed suit' for
divorce on the ground of abandonment,
and on Nov. 4 Mrs. Sharp filed an an
swer and countertpetition in which she
asked to by granted a divorce from" her
husnand.'alleging that they had lived
auart since NoyejrDer 27, 1907, which
would make the five years separation
giving divorce under the law as soon
as November 27, 1912, had lapsed. Mr.
Sharp did not oppose the petition, and
she feeling confident that there would
be no difficulty in securing -a divorce
sent out invitations for her wedding to
Mr. Goddard. a bufeinVs- man" bf De-
troit.-at the residence of Mrs; iRusselK
Mann in Paris on December 4.5 '
Her attorney, however, had failed to
place the case on the trial docket of
the Circuit Court on Nov, 30, which is
the day in which jadgment is rendered
in such cases. On her wedding day
Mrs. Sharp'was horrified to find her
divorce had not yet been granted.
She therefore begged her lawyer' to
get busy at once and he appealed tne
case to Circuit Judge Kerr, who 'per
mitted the case to be submitted imme
diately and granted a divorce, the de-
cree being filed about two hours before
the hour set tor- the plaintiff's new
marriage , - , r, ,
1 We -winh to call Tyour attention to
(he fact tliatrmost Jntecliou diseases
Fueh as -whooping-cough, diphtheria
and scarlet fever are contracted when
the child has a cold. , Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold
and greatly lessen the 'danger of ' con
tracting these diseases. ThisTemedy
is. f ambus for its cures of colds. ' It
contains no opium or other narcotic
and maybe given to a child with im
plicit confidence &,Sold by all dealers.
Accounting for His Insomnia.
The Fort Scott Tribune tells of a
farmer who "was a victim of insomnia
and Vent to a doctor in, hope of get
ting relief, "In the first place," said
the doctor, "have you any theory as
to what it isithat keeps you awake?"
"Well," said the farmer, "I think I
snore so loud that I wake myself up."
f'; 7e tell yea hotr ncd
Ki ps7tC"tpr.MJ Wrlio
W for fiiis-ij price Hrt
Low Round TripHomese'ek' j
To points in Alabama, Florida, Louis
iana, Mississippi, Arizona, Arkansas,
Missouri, New jMexico, 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 lickets to
all prinpipal Avinter "resorts in the
South on sale Oct. 15th to April 30th,
1913, final return limit May 3lsfc, 1913.
, For further information, apply to
w.m. Harris; Agent,
J.ki'SMITH, T. A.
Paris, - Kehtucky.
, Machine Shop.
Automobile Kepainngr I
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Scott & Bowne, Bloomfield. rc. t. 12-fS
Ycu will find that druggist j every
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experience ' in the sale of it that; in
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Makes thelNation Gasp.
The awful list, of injuries on a
Fourth of Julystaggers humanity. Set
over against it, however,, is the won
derful healing by ' hucklen's Arnica
Salve,' of thousands, who" suffered
trom burns, cuts, bruises, bullet
wounds or explosions. Its the quick
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25 cents' at Oberdor-
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any kind of pain or ache, if Shipp's
Quick-Relief Liniment fails to give
instant relief and the purchase price
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