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CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners
And Other wise Remarks In
The Fover
Handsome and talented Charles A
G ardner known as Karl the sweet sin
gertand the famous German comedian
will appear in his clever comedy Karl
The PeddlerSatnrday night at the
Paris Grand The play portrays the life
of a heroic German developing an inter
esting story of love and devotion andgan
intense heart interest The scenes are
laid in the Australian Tyrol and are
reproductions of photographic views of
his picturesque country The natural
ness of the action of the piece is consid
erably heightened by the introduction
of plenty of singing and dancing Mr
Gardner will render all of his famous
The attraction to night at the Paris
Grand will be Harry Martells mam
moth production The South Before
The War The company which num
bers fifty peopletravels in private cars
and is said to contain many capable ac
tors The play contains many scenes
that are especially interesting to the
Smith Barnes
are not so well known as some other
pianos because they have not been
extensively advertised For this same
reason they are
Not Hiih Priced
They are most suitable for the homes
of the people We carry a complete
stock of uprights and they are well
worthy of inspection Catalogues of
Smith Barnes Pianos sent on request
We are sole representatives for the
Steinway Pianos
Ernest Urchs Co
121 and 123 West Fourth Street
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We intend to reduce our stock because we
to move to a different store room
Paris FiiroisliiogandTailorii
H S STOUT Manager
Wm Hukill Jr Cutter
people of the South and many special
ties peculiarly Southern in nature are
introduced during the action of the
play The pickaninny band will parade
this morning starting from the ope g
house at 1130 oclock
Mt Sterling bachelors have formed a
social organization called The Gander
Club The Democrat says that a
woman who would marry any of th
members would be a goose Well bet
the Mt Sterling girls hiss the club
C T Dazeys play The War
BO U R B 0 N
Wealth is the attraction at Heucks in
Cincinnati this week My Friend
i From India is at the Walnut and
i DeWolf Hopper in El Captain at the
The Twentieth Century Minstrels
composed of the home talent of Emi
nence gave a performancevfor the bene
fit of charity Saturday night
Jennie Yeamans has adopted a negro
baby and Lillian Russell has an Indian
squaw in hergchorus
M J McCarthy of
now manager of the
The Bulletin
Maysville opera
Fresh Paragraphs Ahout The People In
This Vicinity
Thos King of Chilesburg
lady friends here last Sunday
Miss Turley of Richmond is visiting
Mr and Mrs P H Bronaugh
Wilmott Kenney and Ernest Penn are
contemplating a trip to Alaska
The Bethlehem Endeavor Society will
meet at Mrs Nichols next Friday night
Miss Lillie Clayton visited Mrs Jno
Smith at Muir several days laat week
Rev Frank Savage did not fill his ap
pointment at the Chapel Sunday on
account of sickness
Mrs M R Hoff of Frankfort Ky
had 3000 worth of diamonds stolen
last week from her home in a hotel at
Phoenix Arizona while she was out
Wrlghtseleryt Teareeujates the
llveritiktanyscures constipation
ana sick headache 25c at all druggists
are going
We have marked down prices in order to sell quickly
all our surplus stock We can give you somechoice bar
gains now Come quick Everything low
Neckties Hats Shirts Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs
everything is offered for less money than ever before
The Whitest Purest and
The Best
Ask Your Grocer For It
- Take No Other
The great remedy for nervous prostration and all nervous diseases of
tbe generative organs of either sex such as Nervous Prostration Fall
ing or Lost Manhood Impotency Nightly Emissions Youthful Errors
Mental Worry excessive use of Tobacco or Opium which lead to Con
sum ption and Insanity With every 5 order we give a written guar
antee to cure or refund the money Sold at SlOO per box 6 boxes
For Sale T5y W T Brooks Druggist
News Notes Gathered In And About The
See stray cattle advertisement on
fifth page
Cscar Johnson attended the horse sale
at Lexington yesterday
Mrs John Smart went to Lexington
yesterday to viRit friends
Miss Sue Godby of the M F C has
gone home on a short visit
Mr and Mrs T D Judy visited
atives in Carlisle yesterday
Mr Rebt Collier of Mt Sterling
was here Saturday buying corn
Eleven loads of tobacco were taken
from here to Carlisle yesterday
Jeff M Vimont shipped a fine hound
to Michigan City Miss yesterday
The infant child of Virgil Linyille
died at hi3 home near town Friday
Miss Katie Lowe of Paris the guestm
of her aunt Mrs Oscar Johnson near
Mr Win M Best of Cincinnati came
up Friday to visit his wife at Mr A W
Mrs Hurt went to Covington yester v
day to visit her daughter Mrs Auxier
who is quite ill
Mr S C Allen of Sharpsburg has
been the guest of Mr Royce Allen for
several days
Miss Sallie Mclntyre of Carlisle was
the guest of her father G W Mclntyre
Friday and Saturday
Messrs John Brennan J W Bacon
and Dorsey Ray of Paris viaited lady
friends here Sunday
Mr Richard Thompson of Sharps
burg was the guest of his daughter
Mrs Claude Vimont Friday
Mr Stout Leer wife and babe bit
Paris were guests of Mr and Mrsit
James Warford Saturday
Miss Jessie Peeds friends will regret
to learn she is quite ill at the home of
her father near Mayslick
Mr Jas Butler of Jessamine County
was the guest of his uncle Mr Alex
Butler Friday and Saturday
Miss Katie Eagan returned Friday
from a two weeksvisit at Sharpsburg
with her sister Miss Ada Speith
A number of good broke mules have
changed hands here in the past week at
better prices than for sometime past
Mr Royce Allen entertained the
teachers of the M F C and a like num
ber of his bachelor friends Friday
evening ltt
Will Stocktont of Maysville came
up Saturday to visit his wife -who is the
guest of Misses Lula and Mary Grimes
near town
Mr Robt Dow Jr and Miss Mar
guerite Terry of Paris were the guests
of Mr and Mrs Harmon Stitt from
Saturday until yesterday
Messrs C W Jones Eph January
E T Beeding Jas Kiser J M
McVey and Albert Wright of Paris
attended the conferring of the first and
second degrees at tha I O O F meet
ng Friday night
Lydia Ann Butler colored was fined
25 and costs in Police Court last Fri
day for retailing liquor without license
The Butler woman was yesterday ar
rested by Deputy U S Marshal Tucker
for violating revenue laws
Dr Thaddens A Reamy a noted Cin
cinnati physician will lecture at the
Methodist Church Feo 18th for
the benefit of the Church Subject In
the Afternoon Admission 25 cents
Tickets for sale at Phillips drug
store 3t
Died Mrs Marion Owens wife of
the gate keeper on tbe Ruddles Mills
pike died suddenly Saturday of rupture
of an artery of the brain The remains
were interred in the Millersburg ceme
tery yesterday Mr and Mrs Owens
came to Millersburg from Nicholas
Mrs Susan Sampson who died at the
home of her daughter Mrs Dr B Akin
son in Los Angeles Cal January 22
1897 was born at Millersburg Ky
February 1 1802 Both Mrs Sampson
and her husband were ardent workers
in the movement from which the organ
ization of the Christian Church was es
Some Neighborhood News Prepared
Your Perusal
Jack Howard is contemplating a trip
to Pittsburg Pa
The infant child of A W Cunning
ham is ill with pneumonia
Mort Rankin and Mrs Sallie Williams
were married Wednesday in Cynthiana
Mrs Maria Bedford of near Paris
returned home Sundsy after a pleasant
visit to Mrs Mary Talbott and daughter
There is preaching at Shawhan every
fourth Sunday of each month Rev
Tadlockis delivering interesting ser
mons Mr Jim Jones baritone nd
Scott Hix teuor have joined the choir
and are helping to make good music
Yesterdays Temperature
The following is the temperature as
noted yesterday by A J Winters Co
of this city
7 a m 33
8 a m 33
10 a m 35
12 m 36i
2 p in 36
3 p m 36i
5 p m 341-
7 p m - 33l
it i
lady of good
lL take agency for the Auto-
Machine in Paris and vi-
vCinityWOne who owns the machine
prefgrrecL Address with references
WiUcqxGibbs S M Co 614 Fourth
veiMui8ville Ky 5fb 4t
tii JotJjt S
4f M f
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the bell buoy enables the
iharlner to avoid sunken rocks and
shosls so- Dr Bells Pine-Tar-
Honey rards off the serious conse
quences of a cough neglected It
stops the cough and cures the cause
VXwas seriously affected with a cough for
U6 years Paid hundreds of dollars to doc
tors arid for medicine but everything failed
until I tried Dr Bells Pine-Tar-Honey
Thf wonderful remedy saved my life
J B HUSlLi Urntsburg ill
is a guaranteed cure for
all throat lung and chest
troubles including asthma
bronchitis La Grippe
whooping cough croup
All drugglsti 25c 50c 1 bottles
or tent upon receipt of price by
The- K Sutherland
Medlelne Co PadaeaH TCj
IlLsbraLcL -I
Bourbon Circuit Court
Economy Building Loan
Association of Paris Ky Plaintiff-
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JamesNJ Allenand
iKiUeftL Allen hiwif eBef endants
s ijr
By virtue of au judgment of the
Bourbon Circuit Court rendered in the
above Btyled i cause at itsTSxv6nTBer
term- 1896 1 -will sell publicly at the
Courthouse door in Paris Kentucky
about the hour of 13 oclock noon on
the following described real estate
to wit
iLnat cercain tract or lana situate o n i
the Jackstown Silas Turnpike ad
joining the lands of M Davis Dr R Al
Moore James Thompson and E A
I Allen and is bounded as follows Be
ginning at a stake on the north side cor
ner to John Allison and Tnomas L
Ways line and running thence N 63 W
173 6 10 poles to a point in said road be
tween two stones corner to Jones heirs
and he Silas Church lot thence with
two lines of said lot S 56 W 6 36 100
poles to a stone thence N 60- W
21 56 100 poles to a stone in W A
Formans line thence S li E 137 60 100
poles to a buckeye tree thence N 86 f W
45 36 100 poles to the middle of the road
20 links from two stakes on the side of
the road corner to Mrs Way thence
with her line S 39 E 131 poles to a stake
in J Bristows line thence with his and
three of John Allisons lines N 39 E 70
poles to an oak tree thence S 54 E
16 84 100 poles to a stone thence N 37 E
131 80 100 poles to the beginning con
taining according to survey 155 acres
three quarters 3 8 10 poles except 37
acres conveyed by said James N Allen
and wife to Kittie J Allenetc of record
at deed book 72 page 85 thus leaving
about 118 acres
Said sale will be made upon a credit
of six and twplve months for equal parts
of the purchase money for which the
purchaser will be required to execute
bonds payable to the undersigned Mas
ter Commissioner with good surety to be
approved by him and bearing interest
from date until paid at the rate of six
per cent per annum having the force
and effect of a judgment Said sale is
made to satisfy a judgment in favor of
the plaintiff herein against the defend
ant for 138645 with interest thereon
from August 27th 1896 debt and inter
est aggregating on the day of sale the
sum of 1426 87 and the costs of this suit
amounting to 7600 making the
total sum to be raised on the day of sale
the sum of 150287
Witness my hand
February 1897
this 5th day of
Master Commissioner Bourbon Circuit
McMillan Talbott Attorneys
ii i mn 1 1 hi ii nii in u i 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 n run i mi i
Did you Ever Think
What a risk you are taking this kind
of weather by wearing those old worn
out shoes Get a new pair Our
prices are low now We want to sell
Established feb i 1881
NO 12
Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Draperies
Special Sale of Pictures
Beginning Monday January 18 we will place on sal
about 2oo choice pictures marked down to less than one- -
half of former prices Latest subjects Artistic frames
This is a rare opportunity for hotels restaurants and
private families to obtain beautiful pictures at low prices
Marked in plain figures See our display
Chas W ZeU
Div Passr Agt Cincinnati 0
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W C Kinearson
Q P A Cincinnati O
A Few Words To
My Patrons
Christmas has come
and gone and I have
my friends and patrons
to thank for the best
Christmas business I
have eyer done The
best goods low prices
and attractive designs
did the work
For the coming year
you may expect to see
my establishment filled
with the best the mar
ket sup plies My
prices will always con
form with the quality
ot the goods shown
and taking quality for
quality my quotations
will be as low as the
sjii ii jfty I v jjfez
Brower Scott Frazee
Corner Main and Broadway Lexington Ky
Queen Crescent
reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed
through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta
nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon
and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs
and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe
and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and
San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California
via New Orleans or via Shreveport
Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati
with every accommodation to patrons Free Parlor
Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa
tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and
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