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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 2 November 1887

n ipWSi THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wx G WHITE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBERS 18S7 TAKEN BY SURPRISE Said I to Dick one summer day When we were sitting side by aide Tls time that you were wed and I Will nelp yon to select a bride Oar women knew each other best And men are often taken in S come to me far my advice Bre yet the coorting days beglnn rer Diet and I had playmates been Stoee early childhood dont yea see nd sisterly I was to him And he most brotherly to me Ind twas a oomp ct we had made AOeast a dozen years ago f bat If we ever fell in love Wed sorely let each other know Bat I was fancy free as yet And Dick so modest and so shy It was sat right ta his behalf My own mateh makmg sklH to try Theres Elsie Jeanta Grace and Fan And Kate all lovely girls I said And any one of whom I think An emperor might be preed to wed At onee yosr preference declare There really is bo time to lose And tell me it yea soagst a wife Which is the oae dear girl yoad choose r XMek slipped h s arm areead my waist A...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 9 November 1887

TOLTJME I THE CLIMAX rUDLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY -BY THl Climax PmNTim Co PRICE PER YEAR 150 FRENCH TIPTON Pc Wm G WHITE J editors Professional Cards A Wilkes SrnithTDTDTsl tSTOFFICE Main street two doors alx ve Second june22 tf j C MORGAN D D S CS OFFKE Main Rtreet over Madi son National Bank Richmond Ky june 22 tf DR J M POYNTZ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE Second street over Madi son Couniy Drug Store june22f G W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OtKICE Hccond street over D P Anuers jewelry -tore june2tf DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second slreetover Dyke Grocer Store june22t DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs jme22tf DR PHIL ROBERTS OftVrs Ilia inwftoiiHl services to the publC Office same as Bennetts law office upstairs owr Herndons drug store e rner of Mam and Second s trerts Ri liiuond Ivy jd27 ly DR U- C AMBROSE FORD KY Oftice hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af ternoon Boards at Mr J C LrtCltey jiiie22tf AY T SEXSMITH M D...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 9 November 1887

THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 18S7 Minneapolis has raised a guar antee fund of 40000 to secure the Republican National Conven tion The National Butter and Egg Association in session at Man chester Iowa last week resolved against oleomargarine The American Oattle Growers Association in session at Kansas Oity adopted a resolution request ing all railroads to adopt air brakes on cattle trains Elections occurred in Ohio New Tork and Maryland yester day It is probable that Ohio went Republican and New York and Maryland Democratic A strike is in progress in cer tain portions of Louisiana among the laborers on sugar plantations several men have been killed and the militia ordered out The Anarchists will be hanged in Chicago on Friday Their friends have so threatened the Governor and the whole country beside that executive clemency cannot consistently be extended As Col Z Ward stood on the banks of the new reservour at Little Rock Ark on last Wednes day an hour be...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 9 November 1887

THE GLIMAX WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 91857 Read VLast Cull In another cqIubiu of this itsuo The wLoie lowii of Wyoming Balh county was burned last week Turkeys are plentiful this year and wjll bring from 10 to 11 cents per pound dressed m The matrimnnisl wave is booming There were 14 marriage licences issued last week to while people The German Mub re organized Thursday night in the parlors of Mrs A W Smith for the winter Mr Amos Willis has secured rooms at Mr John Marchs and will reside in Richmond after January 1st The colored people will have a Jap anese entertainment at Rices Hall Irvine street Saturday night the 19th Mr P F Adams will sell his dwell ing and about sixty acres of land at College Hill ou Saturday December 10 Good property Gen C M Clay says this is the driest yettr he has ever seen in Ken tucky awl he attributes it to the dis tructiun of the forest Mr John Taylor the late post master will open a new grocery in the houe now occupied by W C Gormley Co on the 1st of January ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 9 November 1887

I I s 5pjse3s THE CLIMAX FREKCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1S7 HOW EASY IT IS Hot easy tt is to spoil a day The tbmgbtleM irerds of cherished friends The S9tnh set ef a ofeUd at pl y Tfce strength of uHl that wfl net bona The slight of a eesarade the seora of a toe T smile that is full of bluer things They an can tarnish its goWeo clow And take the Brace f rem its airy wings Haw easy Km to speMaday By the ferae of a tbesght -we did not eheckl Xdde by Utile ire moM the day And MtUe flaws may the vessel wreck The careless waste of a white wtoged hoar That fcsM tee btestegs we long had sought The saafleu less of wealth or power ABd 1 the day is wtth ill in wrought How easy H Is to spoil a rKe Afidsnusy are spoiled ere well beguu In soae life darkened by sin and strife Or downward coarse of a cherished one By ton that robs the form of its grace And sndermiaes till health sires way By tee peevish temper the frowning face The hopes that go and the cares that stay A day is tee ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 16 November 1887

-BY THE- r hi re tin puthc ifli -e at Joe Gentrys OFFICE with C F nam on First Street VOLUME I TUB CLIMAX r BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cax Pmntixg Co nun per ybab 150 IRFNCH TIPTON EmT0RS m G WHITE f Irofessional Osxrcls A Wilkes Smith p D S tCillltl -1 Main street two iloara june22 tf j C MORGAN D D S uTFUE Mmn street over Mndi Naiional Bank Richmond Ky 21 tf DR M FOYNTZ IHWlIAN AND BURGEON Seenud street over 1 m Drig Stme jue22if G W EVANS M D rnWClAN AND SURGEON trHE r ecow stieet over D P t n 1 J DR juii welry -tore juiirli T J TAYLOR ner in MeuHsine ami ourgcij RICHMOND I nHIcE Second M reel over Dykea juie22t DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET tt Poor to LHXiuih Up Stairs IM iJtf DR PHIL ROBERTS services to the liili eame a Bennetts law office HerndMis drug store over nr of Main and Second streets R 1 niid Ky jilj27 ly DR U C AMBROSE FOKD KY 1 T i nrN 2 to 4 fliH K in the af e u Mr J V LckeyV 1 t W T SEXSMIT - M D rm sit IAN AND SURGEON Will IE HALL KY IlillTS In proteuoal service- to t...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 16 November 1887

1 II i sv 4 Taj r h i r i THE GLIMAX FRENXH TIPTON Wm G WHITE WEDNESDAYKOVEMBER 16 1SS7 The Climax from now January 1st 18S9for 150 until The Breckinridge monument will be dedicated at Lexington to day Mrs McFerran of Louisville formerly Mrs J Lawrence Jones nee Viley of Woodford has been divorced Ool Sam Burdett of the Cou rier Journal late of Lancaster has been appointed Revenue Agent at a salary of 11 per day and expenses A good appoint ment The prohibition amendment to the constitution of Oregon was de feated by a majority ofnearlv eight thousand but a majority of the counties in Dakota voted in favor of local option John R Fellows who was elected Attorney General of New York on Tuesday of last week is an ex Oonfederate and the Cin cinnati Commercial Gazette is mad Charles Benry Locksley aged eleven years has been sent to the penitentiary for life for killing a youn man at Augusta Sam Jones ought to preach more to his Georgia people Jeff Davis was warmly received at Macon Ga The...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 16 November 1887

THE CLIMAX EDNKSDAY NOVEMBER 16 1SS7 The Climax frm uarylfct 1889S150 now until Jan- Mr Buck Watts purchased Dr Giles Harris sadtllde stallion for 260 Gentry Bros of Danville bought lust week in lliia county 06 aged mulea prices ranging from SS to 146 m - The Transfer Company thould have had enterprise enough to meet the ttfal train Sunday morning Mr Sim Bennett Jr purchased the Jasuti Walker lHHe helter known as the Ward roper iMWie on Saturday last tor 3595 - Messrs E Foreman Son have re cently added new machinery to their large flouring mills in consequence ol increased trade Mr Wm McMakin traveling agent for the Domestic Sewiug Machine Co was here this week and arranged with Armer for the sale of the Domes tc machine On Saturday Nor SGtli Mr Duke Titon will sell uwbtteiy on the prem East of BwHieaborough in Madi ta couuty his ttoek orop and farm ing implements V tennis on Mouday evening Profi I rrjclioll and K rowdy leeated Prof Irvine aud Mr Eugene Walker in the 1 m two Hit of ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 16 November 1887

m 1 THE CLIMAX JEREJJGH TIPTON Wx G3VHITE WEDNESDAYNOVEMBER 16 TWO OF A KIND The prettiest ciri I erersiw Well I declare npon rejection Dropping Iran oat the case ol coarse The prejudice caused by reflection 1 think that I can traly any Altho Is fashions nmanU Pre tarried Tte prettiest girl I erer saw Was Marguerite when we were married Bat that was long ago yon sax And time and care do dim the brightest Ot ores and fid with embonpoint Figures erstwhile the lithest slightest The prettiest girl I taow to day IVeH honor bright the troths toy daty Ot aH the belles blonde or brunette My Marguerite she is the beauty Ah Marguerite she is the pearl Ot aH the world the dearest daisy Come sew yea neednt look at me As it yea thought I had gene erazrl My Marguerite ts fairer tar Than any fair I wish Id bresgbt her rm sere yon woald ag ee wHk me Theres none like Uarsaarste xaj daughter HER SECOND CHOICE Mrs Wallaces Miserly TYfeat a pity it U tint this sort of life cant lust ttnvme std the Wido...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 23 November 1887

VOLUME I THE CLIMAX FLS ISHED EVERV WEDNBSDAY THE- lai Pointing Co riUCB PER YEAR 150 FarvcH Tipton Editors m O HITfc J rofessional Wilkes Smith D D S teniFl iri - - rr J C MORGAN D D S Mum street over Nai mal Bank Rtebmond Ky tf DR M POYNTZ hnMHAN AXD SURGEON OFFH E SeccMil Mrert vT nil hi UiHK Mwe Jr fG W EVANS M D lWIN AND SURGEON ntfhU K r teoiMl stiett over u J iriin J lr Mr junr22tf DR T J TAYLOR MIWne nl Surgery i ir r id KICH MONO KY OKU K SwihmI reetver S R JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Sex- Luxmis Up Stairs JJf DR PHIL ROBERTS services to tlie ssioiiHl OftVrs in- proft furf u TionntiV lvv office I UIli sr HePKWs drug store F iwl Amind streets iti im d Ky jjb37 i DR U C AMBROSE FORD KY o J lwW in the n ernooii Hoards at Mr J 0 Lickeya juieu av t SRYKMITiL M D binVulAN AND SUKGEON WHITE HALL KY 3v us professional services to the -- DR T J FAIN UNION CllYKY OPtm liis lM ofefcsiiMial services to Stht iui1ip Ullice at Joe Gentry Mardin W Bright A IB H D MUSICIAN ami SURGEON RICHMON...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 23 November 1887

M -41 4 1 THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wu GWHITE WEDNESDAYNOVEMBER 23 18S7 Tue Climax from now until Jannary 1 1S89 for 150 m Baker Pasha the famous English-Egyptian soldier is doad Yellow fever has nearly disap peared from Tampa Florida The Dutch steamer Scholteii was sunk in the English Channel Sunday and 1S2 lives lost - Herr Most the most red handed anarchist in New York has been sent to jail for maKing incendiary speeches - Forty cars of the Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern road leaded with cotton valued at 0000 and a comprese valued at 125000 were burned at Mem phis on Saturday Senator Vorliees says of the New York election Its glori ous glorious Tlie resultof these elections means the continued as oendency of the Democratic party for the next twenty five and per haps fifty years and it means the re nomination of Cleveland and his triumphant election It also settles Blaine He will not be a candidate next year for he is shrewd enough to see that no Ie puuikan can be elected - Stewa...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 23 November 1887

THE CLIMAX EDNESDAY NOVEMBER rj 1SS7 Ilie Banks will be doted lo mnrrow llg tc selling at 5 cents In the lucil market The Climax from now until Jauu ary HI 1SS9 S160 Give tliauks to morrow That is go to church ami then eat a turkey Mwi Eva Pnelus enteriaiua to night at the home of her ptireuts Mr and Mrs Marcus A Phelps L P Sanders Co are now working eight hands and owing to increased Lusiiiess will have to increase the force t r The Boston Quintette Club will give a concert on Monday Dec 5th for the benefit of the First Presbyterian church Say U Is necessary that the Herald business should be settled Do you wielK deceased Herald any subscrip tion money Two sons of Marshall Moore a form er tiied citizen of this oouuty live in Rjwmii county ami liave more or os t do Willi the war up there Mr W S Wood formerly of this place is now with the Lexinciou Spike Wheel Co and the Lexing ton featbtr Lubricant aud Reuovatbr Coropauy The colored Missfonaiy Baptist clunl cleared S25 Saturday nigh...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 23 November 1887

I u I HOLDING A HORSE Xahock ovjdently being ontiroly at the Bow the Arence Small Dor Wilt Per form This lleuuit Duty - jju jue ouior aay v line urcen ono -or Sioux Palls1 small boys was loftbyhia father to hold his horse which was at tached to a carriage in front of the Green family residence for a few minutes If you have never watched a small boy hold a horse you havo missed a good deal Willie began by taking the strap id both hands planting himself firmly in front of the animal and gazing ino his face with a determined defiant look He was somewhat surprised that tin horse remained perfectly still and evidently had no intention of making the violent plunges for freedom which he had oxpeeted Just then another boy came along Hello Skinny said Willie Hello BiM replied Skinny Tra heWin this horse Think I cant see riothin ybet he cant get away while I get bolt ef bin oither Dees he bite Nawl Kick Nope Only once he did kiek kicked pa throsgk the bam door Bat I guess pa didnt hnow bow to...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 30 November 1887

volume i TUB CLIMAX r BUSHED EVRY WN6DAY BV THE L tiLii4L PRICK TER YEAR 150 nrCH tiptont vitotc r G WHITE f -Editors J C MORGAN D D S 5x OFFICE Mam ctreet over Mndi t National Bank Richmond Ky rtr22li DR J M POYNTZ rmsiriAN and burgeon d FKE SeoiiiMl street over Mmli f i t uniy Drug Store june22if G W EVANS M D PiMIX AID BURGEON iirrHE HecotMl Mieet over D P A in jewelry stwe junt 22tf DR T J ci i n TAYLOR iMiiiier in Medicine nidi Surgery RICHMOND KY E Second streetover Dykes v 10 june22t DR JOHN FOSTER MAIN STREET txt DMr to Lhxohs Up Stairs u 22 It DR PHIL7 ROBERTS i i r In t ervlecs to Hie I I oiliv ame as Bennett s Iw office IT t T II air over nwimms K imr l -mi f Main iimi d Ky and SeoHHl M reels jalv27 ly DR U- C AMBROSE l OHI KY ii 5i h iir 2 to 4 oelHk in the i lliard at Mr JC LickeyV j f 22 it T JJEXSMlTtl M D HlWClAN AND SU11GE0N WHITE HALL KY - professional services to the - - aug17 ijrj DR T Jf FAIN l NI0X CITY KY 11 1 liis iM ofeMrtial t erviee to ti 1 Jeiitrys Aug I7...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 30 November 1887

Mf If THE CLIMAX i 4 r r i FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE P WEDXESDAYNOVEMBER3o 18S7 Congress week will convene next The Clijiax from now January 1st 1889 150 until The Prohibitionists were defeat ed in Atlanta on last Saturday Nearly 7000 has been for a Democratic Club house in Lexington 1 One woman and two men were killed in a fisht in Indian Terri tory on lastSunday Charles Kibler committed sui cide in Cincinnati because he had been found short in several trust accounts in sums aggregating 175000 The Indianopolis Journal Re publican saysthat Blaine can not carryIndiana since dismissing his libel suit against the Sentinel on the grounds that he could not get justice in the courts of that State One of the best appointments yet made in this Internal Reve nue district is that of Capt W Sam Miller of Lancaster to suc ceeds L D Baldwin deceased Capt Miller will take charge to morrow and it goes without say ing that the business will be kept in the best ol shape WHY D0XT YOU BOOM THE T0WX This...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 30 November 1887

THE OLIMAX WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER jo 1887 Tlie iiieaIc are diiiug lite town The Climax from nrj lt 1 51 50 Estill Springs day advertised now unlil were not sold on tbe J J Brooks sdd a pair of mules Mr James Marthi for S1G5 to Wood and Imy delivered bn short notice by Col T S Moberley We learn that Mrs Short ridge did not die of cancer but of blood Col O H Chenault sold a flue hur ne gelding to Mr BHm of Paris for 350 last week Messrs Ed and John McCord sold to R P Fox a pair of extra cotton mules for 225 last week T J Smith 8r 6old on last week lin farm on Tates Cretk of 80 acres to Kueluy Masters at 25 per acre Mr- A D Flora will continue the inIImery business at her home on tnait fctreet same as occupied by Mrs Khortridge deceased If you want any of the Harpers or Scribuer or American Magazine or atii other literary work call at The Climax office C all at 1 he Climax office on next Monday court day and pay your old Herald subscription Dont neglect it for the Herald business must be c...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 30 November 1887

rf H u I 11 I i J t A tf ft Hi I1 r II IS THE OLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE WEDNESDAYNOVEMBER3o 18S7 I TOLD MY LOVE I toW Bay Jere to the e renlng tar It did net change tt beaming Then to the moon on lu silver csr She heeded not in dreaming I told ray love to t he Hi j pile It blushed not at my story I might as welt have told my tale To the 01k so grin- and hoary I told my lore to the crimson rose It pet her hi no flutter She thought me silly I suppose Bat sot a word shed utter I tnrned from them alt with heavy heart AVeary of each vagary And played at last a sober part I told my love to Mary Soon star and flower went rem my Ven The sty grew strangely brighter She whispered a HMie word and then My heart at eaee was lighter Km Zt in JourAllixL CAN IT BE TRUE Tho Story of a Negros Essapa From Death He Was Hanged In Arkansas But After wmli Turned Up Alive In etts IIli Own Story or XI Experiences It trill be vewimberetl by many peo ple of the State that about throe years sjjo a negro w...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 30 November 1887

k 1 ti Hi 1 ts l 1 If i t iffi i i i i But j I f THE OLIMAX h FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE 1 WEDNESDAYNOVEMBER3o 18S7 I TOLD MY LOVE I told my lve to the evening iter It did net change lis beaming Then to the moon on lu sHver ear She heeded sot my dreaming I told ray love to the My pale U Mashed cot at my story I might st weU have told my tale To the oak so grin and hoary I toM my lore to the crimson rose Itpather to 00 Sutter She thought me silly I suppose Bat net a word shed alter 1 turned frem them all with heavy heart Weary el each vagary And played at last a sober part 1 told my lore to Mary Soon star and newer went from my Ven The sky grew strangely brighter She whispered a HtHe word and then My heart at eaee was lighter Hm Lyl I Journalist CAN IT BE TRUE The Story of a Negros Essapa From Death He tVas slanged In Arkansas But After wards Turned Up Alive In Masaehu setts Ills Own Story or U Experiences It will be re3iHlorel by many peo ple of the State that about throe joars ajp a n...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 30 November 1887

v i Ii 11 f v n i I i X t ti THE OLIMAX FRBNXH TIPTON Wm GWHITE WEDNESDAYNOVEMBER3o 18S7 1 TOLD MY LOVE I told my leve to the erenlng star It did net change lit beaming Then to the moon on 1U sHver car She heeded aot mj dreaming I told my love to the Wy pale V Washed cot it my story I might as well have told my tala To the oak so grim and hoary I told my lore to the crimson rose It pat her in no flatter She tbesght me silly I suppose Bat net a -word shed niter I tarned from them all with heavy heart IVeary of each vagary And played at last a sober part I told my love to Mary Soon star and flower went train my ken The sky grew strangely brighter She whispered a Httle word and then My heart at onee was tighter Hm Lylt In JownilM CM IT BE TRUE The Story of a Negros Essapd From Death He Was Ilangrrt In Arkansas Bat After ward Turned Up Alive In Massachu setts HU Own Story of V Experiences It will be renumbered by many peo ple of Ike State that About throe years ngo a Begro was hanjjed a...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 7 December 1887

- - VOLUME I THE CLIMAX Tl BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Feinting Co price teii teak 9150 Professional Cards AWilkes Smith D D S j OFFICE Main street two doors above Second juoe22 tf J C MORGAN D D S jaTOFFICE Main street over Mndl bon National Bauk Richmond Ky juie ZZ tf DR J M POYNTZ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE Sewnvd street over Madi son County Drug Store june22tf G W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ob MCE heeoiMl stieet over D P Armes jewelry store junr22tf DR T J TAYLOR Prariioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second btreetover Dykes Unpir Sire june22t DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Ntst Door to Luxons Up Stairs DR PHIL ROBERTS oil rs Ins urofcssHHial services to tlie Ollices ame aa Bennetts law oflice ui iairs over Hemdons drug store and Second btreets c mi rot Main RLlinind Ky jul27 ly DR U C AMBROSE P32sic r jaiT FOKD KY Ollice hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af lenioon Boardsat Mr J C L ickeyV jlneil tf Y T SEXSMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON WHITE HALL KY CJi ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
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