from June 1, 1889
- AT - LAW
practice in all the courts of
Kentucky. Prompt attention given
to all business placed in my
H. Fryer Louis
in all Courts in Kentucky, including
practice in Pendleton and adjoining
counties. Prompt attention given
up-stairs, in Masonic Building
be at J.S. Crain's drugstore
in Butler 2d Wednesday and 4th
Saturday in each month.
Store. New Goods
. . . Kentucky.
beg leave to inform the citizens
of Pendleton and adjoining counties
that I have a first-class store,
on Cor. Mill and Bridge sts.,
and will endeavor by our prices
and square dealings, to merit
their patronage. I will keep
in stock all goods usually kept
in General Stores.
an undertaker in Butler, I make
a specialty in this line.
am keeping a hand a line of good
substantial buggies which I would
like all, who contemplage purchasing,
to call and examine.
execute to the best of my ability
and special orders with which
I may be favored. Come and see
SHELLY & STRATTON.
in connection. Horse-shoeing
and fine carriage painting a
specialty. Cor. Mill and Bridge
sts., Butler, KY.
BARTON & BECKETT.
Plows, Mending, Shoeing, Etc.
Scott's Eating Saloon.
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