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THE BOURBON Is essentially a paper for the people I Pure in tone it is a Fit in the Family Circle J d NEWS Companicn II i HE u-iRRo 1 vsm I1i t- II t1- i1t Ui1 II 1 E e Y a tau wt- 14 SWIFT CHAMP Editor and Owner Printed Every Tuesday and Friday Established February i 1881 TWENTYTHIRD YEAR PARIS BOURBON COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY JUNE 2 1903 A NEW LOT OF WHITE WASH BELTS STOCK COLLARS JUST P RECEIVED rrtrtt r r- r d- tf an- dY r = ttwwTwnmtmwmmmww Frank fy Co 404 Main St Paris Ky Reduced Prices on All TaiIor Made Suits Odd Separate Skirtsat Big Cut In Prices y = tmmmmtt We have a few Dozen of Plain arid Lace Lisle Hose at 19c a PairRegular 35 cent Value 3 Gauz Vests for 25cregular price 15c each i g I six rs s se = Beautiful and Exclusive Designs in Lawns at 5 JO and J5 Cents a Yard 20 Pieces of Newest Styles in Plain and Figured White Oxford and Piques at 15 20 and 25 Cents a Yard suitable for Waists t Separate Skirts and Shirt Waist Suits t Curtains and Rugs in a Large Variety of from 75c to 1000 a Pair t Prices Reduced on All Silks and Mohair Shirt Waist Suits Our Line of Toilet Goods is the Largest in Paris and all Sold at Cut Prices Mermens or Colgates Talcum Powder J5c a Box i oJ oJ oJ oJ I 3 oJ oJ i PatternsCurtains 6 oJ oJ 1 3 c e e- r v- E r EE c e 9 r r- w m = = = = W B and American Lady Corsets 1Jfl 4 1I4- r3l J t Summer Shapes a i In New r1111lb 1111Ua 1 UP == Summer Styles in Ladies Muslin Underwear Gownst CO 1Tew T WNe 1 1f cl t3 i f 1 l 666 J Av e r mss r FRANK 8c l lb6 11 1 Ladies Ties Collars Belts Waist Pins 3 I 1 Q t i- kJ a1tj iliL I 1a lU U U U1 lUAU c 1 1a J r = = I Have a Nice Buggies Including the Following Celebrated Makes v Curtis Reed Staver Enterprise and Anchor Your Work Will Be Easier when You Buy One of My OWENSBORO OR WEBBER WAGONS A Big Line of Implements to Select From Ivators and J I Threshing EiaciiiEi- i AmlAgrat For The Fairbanks asii Engpn 1 bought more and a finer line pf Suits this Spring than ever before and have most unpropitious weather to sell them that have ever Want to sell them can still have a long to use them Onefifth off our regular much as our prides are always moderate to begin with Many nobby styles and all finely tailored Goods marked in t3 tO Exactly eighteen 18 Skirts in this lot Colors Black Grey VfllKlt101Tkir Blue and stripes ranging in from 5 to 950 I 0 JJ JU you onla use them for bad around home for the garden they would be very cheap 398 for choice j We have about one dolen handsome Silk Petticoafs in fact too fine want something fine in Colored Silk 2 25 Brocade Lavender lace trimmed at SiS i 15 Cerise Braded at 951 20 Green at 15 iS Rose Pink at ISSQ i 1350 Yellow at 9 50 etc Our new line received Saturday and it is extravagance to make them when you can buy them at such as we sell them to you Polka Dot Ducks black and navy 125 150 White Piques- at 175 to 3 Linens at 150 to 250 IMJ To close out at prices that wilLsurely do it Only colored ones at these prices SOC 36cr 590 ISO Waists 790 175 Waists 125 MITCHELL CASSELL BAKER Lexington Ky r Vehicles and Farm Mchflry0 Line of J L Harrows Chase J ii HAG11 1 lf i la r r j f L cz tl t ii ti 1t I l l l i UIT 15 Off I e- Ve exp r enced he we p means gures t weatheror Selk Pe ICOa S which we will close at es Tl bargains if you I WaSn SkIItS c groundI Oololoff Sntrt Waists kt 0 Wfi7i f WI J I C r x L l- f r r II 4 Ir e w out reduced are truly Underskirts 11rhn 85c Waists21Si I r = Sirs Buck Highly Endorsed We note in this issue the election of Mrs Hattie Hutchcraft Hill to the position of Teacher of Drawing in the jj Paris Public School a position made by AI the persistent efforts of Mrs Back and J j held by her for the past four years ji The election of Mrs Hill to the J is in no sense a reflection upon Mrs 4J Buck or her work as the following in dorsement signed by the Board of will show v We take pleasure in publishing the Same also a letter from Mr Sharon Superintendent of the Paris Public 1 Schools PARIS KY May 29 1903 To Whom It May Concern The bearer Mrs E P Buck has been em ployed for the last four years as Teacher- of Drawing in the Public of Paris Ky Her work in this depart ment has been excellent and has given satisfaction to the Board of Education to the patrons of the school She shows deep interest in her work in her pupils and her high personal Character and example will be beneficial in any school ROBT P Dow Pres CLIFTON ARNSPARGER F FITHIAN j W F TALBOT- TN F BRENT T TEMPLIN Members of Board of Education To Whom It May Concern Mrs Buck the bearer of this note has taught Botany and Drawing for us dur ing the last year Her work has been good in both She takes a deep interest in all her pupils and her example of kindness and high character is worthy to exist in any school I hope therefore that i If yoi desire further information concerning her I shall be glad to furnish it Very Respectfully Yours 1 J A SHARON V cash for samewe Will furnish of gas free See our samples in our new postofflce building THE PARIS GAS Co for the Home Telephone Co is in the hands of the printer If you want the latest improved telephone service obtainable eee Manager Newton Mitchell j and have a Home Telephone put in at once so you can get your name in the new directory tf i j i FOR account ill health I of Mr Wm Hukill the Hukill Tailor log Co has discontinued business The room occupied bythem is for rent Ap ply to Newton Current i DANCING CLASS CLOSES Mrs Ollie Spears dancing class will close its first i term on Thursday afternoon The second term will not begin until after j the Jnne Term of the Bourbon Circuit Court i DECISION HEiD UP Yesterday Judge Smith was petitioned to remove the vot ing place of precint No i and was counterpetitioned not to move it He heard arguments and will hold his decision until after the November election The special grand jury at Jackson adjourned Saturday after returning En indictment against Cnrtif Jett charging him with the murder of Jim Cockrell The principal witness in the Cockrell case was Capt John Patrick who went to the grand jury room escorted by a detail of soldiers He told the jury that at the time Cockrell was assassinated he saw the rifles protruding from the courthouse window i He recognizeed Curtis Jett at the window but did not see the faces of the other men Thos Marcum of Indian Territory a brother of the late J B MarcumBarrived at Jackson Satudray to assist iuthe prosecution of the alleged assassins of his brother Commonwealths Attorney Byrd say she is satisfied with the work of the specail grand jury He also says the Marcmn case Will be further investigated the regular grand jury which was impaneled Monday The militia from Danville and Louisville arrived and about 175 soldiers are now at Jackson The regular term of circuit court convened at Jackson yesterday No agree ment on elispr and Callahan and five deputies sworn in Attorney Byrd will make a motion today for a change of venue in the Jefct and White No late news of importance I I r f I Education t i I t Schools I I J l II it- T 1 II may be her in your school III am air I ius JD pay I I NEW JJIRECTORYThe new directory JJ G I f I I I I I I Centreville The War wore 1 t J- iU 1 position Sand 1l- and L you able use ran a hog a or JUne and 1000 feet showroom RENTOn I Breathitt bye Commonwealths cases j J S WILSON D T We Wish to Call the Attention of the Public to the Fact that We Are Now Receiving Daily a Very Handsome Line of Various Styles All UptoDate in Style and Workmanship consisting of t Depot Wagons 4 Carriages X Stanhopes 5 RunaBouts and in Fact any Description of Vehicle you may Call and See Them even if You Dbiit Wish to Buy ft i We are Still Selling the Popular ftt Chilled Plows and Torn n Disc Harrows BANK ROW NORTH SIDE COURT HOUSE j want that little home furnished in a cozy and comfortable manner for her dont you Trust all that ffi to us that s ouij I business furnishing an d S were experts afi 4IIH1 I 4t X J Sa IILSOJi PARIS KY VEHICLESo- f t Want t k t i rf WILSON BROJ U 1 rM Y I- iJ t I aun 1 t4 i g I J YJ n f or i 41 lti I t r j J WILSON j S i c c ktTh 6- e i t at ie- sJM1E K rwwvz T T v yi 7 You 1 4 Y home EVERYBODY Heads THE POFEBON NEVS Be as ute it contains all It goes alike to the humble and great 1 1 J a4 x h the news eu xmrm maaw + or two each week will do to furnish the home for me and you Jl- IliA 11o i jt h i are 1 4 r- P u- rd + THE BOURBON NEWa PARIS JUNE 22 KENTUCKY i TRAGEDY OF WELBY When I left England in 1876 my schoolfellow and most intimate friend Richard Welby saw me into the boat at Tilbury and his was the last hand I shook Left an orphan at 18 I was bound with a capital of 300 a sound and a cheerful disposition Welby had at one time me but a good degree at his university followed up by the offer of a position on the staff of one of the leading London weekly reviews caused him to decide on remaining at home The investment of my money in a west Australian sheep farm followed up by al most unceasing toil enabled me to prosper beyond all my anticipations with the result that in ten years I had acquired suffi cient to enable me had I so wished to return to England and live there for the of my days in comfort The discovery however of rich gold deposits on part of my land greatly increased my wealth and at last 20 years having elapsed since I bade the old country adieu I found myself once more in London on the sunny side of 40 and with an assured of 7000 a year During my first year or two in Australia X had heard pretty frequently from Welby and had written to him regularly As time wore on however his letters reached everincreasing intervals and finally ceased altogether- I bad not however been 12 hours in Lon don before I discovered that under the name he had assumed he had become one of the best known writers of the day and that at that very time two of his plays were being acted simultaneously in the I at once addressed a letter to him at theater informing him of my return congratulating him on his success and ask him to come at the earliest possible op portunity to crack a bottle and talk over old times I received his answer on the following day in the form of a telegram to the effect that he would be with me at 7 that night the time T had given as my din tier hour and punctual to the moment he was announced and we seized each others hands in a long and affectionate grip When however the flush of excitement had faded from his cheek and the light of greeting from his eye I perceived that he was grievously altered Tn reality only a year or two older than myself he had all the appearance of a man of 50 His cheeks and brow were heavily lined his skin was and his hair thickly sprinkled with I also perceived that his long hands were thin almost to the point of transpar ency and that as he raised his glassit shook painfully I presently however forgot all these in the joy of seeing him again and the delight of listening to his conversation and finally carried no less with admiration and gratitude for an intellectual treat than with personal affec tion for himself T raised my glass and criedA double health old friend Yours and The gods have been good to us Here am I rich beyond my needs and you as famous as the prime minister himself And both of us happy So heres to our healths And T drained my glass to its last drop Welbys only response how ever was a sudden silence My dear fellow he said at last I j your health with pleasure God a TV TT in i sijt LUU hit But dont irte on frinw fame until know cost at which bought And pause before you call the wretchedest man in all London happy These words spoken with great solem nity distressed me beyond measure T had not however time to speak before he resumed as follows For three years after you left I slaved as few have done Consumed with ambition to achieve something higher than journal istic hack work I wrote stories essays sketches travestie every hour of my leisure to the work always writ ing far into the night denying myself every pleasure and bending all my energies to the one task of making a name years i failure dogged me steadily but in the fourth came recognition But the cost you spoke of and the un happiness What of them When success came the Fiend came with it The selfdenials I had found necessary- in my struggle to get my head above th mob being no longer required I let myself go Only a little at dallying with drink a toying with dissipation But T soon found both not only pleasant but helpful yes that was the curse of it that was where the Devil himself stepped into the business helpful T gradually found that as my mind cleared after a bout of intemperance- or sensuality my spirits rose my physical nergy became Titanic my imagination creative as it had never been before and toil became a joy a rapture What was the result You can guess The two got hold of me and increased their grip with every seizure until now utterly at their mercy i I listened to all this with growing horror but was to come Welby paused for i a little while with knitted brows and com pressed lips then drawing from hi breast pocket a roll of manuscript tied with he laid it with trembling hand on the table before I want you to take charge of that he said with shaking voice and tears in his eyes It may not he for long but I shall know it will be safe with you It is the first act of a I am commissioned to write for And he mentioned the name of one of the leading actormanagers of the day The fit is coming on and in a day or two T shall be lost to everyone Good heavens man What on earth do you mean I cried Only that from time to time the Devil calls me and I have to follow Tomorrow- or the day after I shall go into some filthy place in the East End the filthier the bet live the lire of a sot and a beast un til the fever is burned out of me again then I shall return to you clothed in my right mind and ask you to give me back my man uscript Now you know the cost at which my fame has been bought and the happines- sI enjoy- I reasoned with him and he shook his head hopelessly I reviled his weakness but he merely shrugged his shoulders and laughed That was the last time I was to see my poor friend alive Six weeks later after having sought him vainly in every part of London I read in the newspaper that his body had been washed up by the Thames just below one of the bridges where it had evidently lain in the slime for eeveral hours before being discovered The tragedy was the mystery of the hour and for a fortnight all London discussed- it then it was buried quietly in the grave of the unfortunate man and one now scarcely ever hears his name But reading his manuscript through the other evening the memory of that dinner came to Kse so forcibly that I felt I must write what I have only as a warning I lieve he would have it so ABy Siopers HalfHoliday c I th u ac ompanng meat metropolis Each fl aWAY mine t les- tJ W these emptied co gratulate lie 5 been playsgiving I Inthose I I I firsta sins I am terand J writtenif hi r J r i t constitution l remainder unexpected I income t I silver i ink d With lass you has I I I c c i i became worse rib- bonti mew play Yi l t 14 s r i = Desert Lizards There Is no place like the desert for lizards As a man rides through the white sands or over the black malapai mountains in Arizona or southeastern California and sees the flash and scurry of these brilliant and graceful creatures the suggestion of death and is broken and beholding so much life he Is brought to wonder if the country is really a desert or only a land to which a man is not adapted for here are animals which never drink yet frisk about through thorns and cactus and fatten on the bitter plants Many a desert prospector had lain down with his burros to die and seen on the rocks about him the black heads of the chuckwalla lizards outlined against the brazen sky The chuck- wallas were happy and corpulent with good eating It was their country For thousands of generations their an cestors had never thirsted for water and plants which the starving burros passed by furnished both food and drink for the scaly natives on the rocks Next to the slow moving and deadly Gila monster the chuckwalla- is the largest lizard of the desert being from a foot to a foot and a half in Life In America How Snakes Fascinate The cobra of the Cape fascinates birds by coiling itself t on a branch erecting its head and swinging to and fro Sundowner states that the snake will go on fascinating and keeping the bird twittering and unable to leave the tree in which it is for hours and that if the bird is driven away it comes back This may be a but from the curious fascination which nonter rifying objects such as lark glitters have for some birds and their apparent inability to resist hovering around the lure the far greater mesmerizing power of the serpent may be conjectured Movement more or less regular is al ways part of the means of fascination employed by snakes Their fondness for music of any kind is not extended- to the sound of the human voice which snakes clearly do not appreciate at all They only care for in strumental music which includes the concertina tomtom and Jews harp But from experiments made in this country it was evident that they like the bagpipes best Spectator According to Mohammedan belief the first copy of the Koran or Alkoran their sacred book was brought down from the highest to the lowest heaven by Gabriel on the mysterious night of Al Khade in the month of Ramadan This wonderful book written in heaven and bound in satin Jewels and gold was communicated to at different times during a period of twentythree years This was done HCeordn tx XL 1 3 Urtliftfo ther by Gabriel in human shape or by God himself When Gabriel acted as translator and communicator he did so with a great sound of music and bells God appeared either veiled or unveiled during Mohammeds waking hours or during dreams at night Virginias Only Slave The state of Virginia once owned a slave the only one probably the com monwealth ever did own He was known as Ben the Bell Ringer of the University of Virginia The university only had 200 left over when it was endowed and it was proposed to buy a negro with this amount and keep him as a bell ringer They bought Ben and in his time he became a great char acter at the university He knew ev erybody and was very useful to everybody Ben used to get very drunk on the liberal and constant fees he re ceived from students He died in the Albernarle poorhouse at an advanced A Larks Lofty Flight Some Bavarian officers with a balloon 6000 feet aloft no ticed a little black speck that seemed to accompany them and which they thought was one of the cards they car ried for throwing out reports and that the dropping of the balloon drew it along but on looking at the barometer they found that the balloon was rising loud chirping showed that it was a lark which flying at this extraordinary height had been frightened by the bal loon The Highest Waterfall There is in Mexico a wonderful wa terfall which probably enjoys the dis tinction of being the highest waterfall in the world The fall is known by the Indian name of Basaseachic and Is located about 190 miles west of the city of Chihuahua near the summit of the Sierra Madre mountains The eleva tion of the mountain is 6500 feet above sea level The cascade falls 978 feet A Mighty Serious Thing You printed my death notice and thats no joke But my dear sir thats not my fault Its the fact that you are alive that makes it no joke There was subtleness to this that made it most annoyingly puzzling Chicago Post How They Dolt Gossipy Joneses keep up a very imposing establishment do that indeed and my stores the one thats mostly been imposed York Times Quashed William asked the regular patron is this real pumpkin pie Its de tfunkest we got sah stiffly replied tarp austere waiter Chicago Tribune Riches Versus Luclc Wig Would you rather be born lucky or rich Wag Id rather be born rich Then you dont havetobe lucky Exchange I I lengthCountry yarn Drought Down From Heaven L age and not dropping Suddenly however- a a ManThe GrocerThey onNew i 1 I I r solitude singing Moham- med experimenting l THE BEST IN PARIS And the best located Property for the money renting to promp paying tenants at Payable Monthly This property is on Pleasant street between loth and nth streets just in rear of Mr Buckner Woodfords fine home If you want a good number one substantial in vestment see me at once J W LANCASTER 627 Main Street Paris Ky r I Twostory frame house of 8 rooms 2 porches front and back stairways beautiful large yard and garden small stable grazing ground plenty- of shade and water Electric light near the property about OT most sightly home in our city at the very low price of 4000 Five rooms hall 2 porches stable with two stalls corn crib buggy house coal house cistern stone foundation good cellar nice grape arbor and a lot about 66x225 on Second street at the low price of Nice building lot corner 8th and West streets I can sell this lot cheap You can build two nice rent cottages and get a good per cent on your investment and always keep them rented Sixroom new frame cottage coal house cistern c lot 60x275 feet on Houston avenue concrete pavement in front near City School Price 1700 Terms easy Sixroom frame house sta ble cistern all necessary out buildings lot 100x290 feet fruit and shade trees a nice home on Williams street at the low price of 2000 Three room cottage lot 45x100 feet on Lilleston ave good well a nice little home Price 9000 Twostory frame house stable and all necessary out buildings contains 7 rooms halls pantry porches- c good lot 100x100 feet on Henderson street Price 2100 Frame cottage rooms cellar neverfailing well of good water 65x150 more or less on 9th street near L depot would rent for about 1250 per month Price 1225 Twostory frame residence 6 rooms 2 halls porches all necessary outbuildings nice shade trees concrete walks in front and around the house on the shady side of Walker avenue lot 75x200 feet Price 2800 J W LANCASTER The Real Estate Broker 627 Main St aris Ky I I IJYESTJ ENT I 600 Per Annum F R ALE tnreeacres 2 soo and N J j f i TALBOTT OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE p p We Can Fill Your Every Need in Our Line of Business Our stock of Refrigerators is complete You to it in one season GARDEN TOOLS We have every that is used in a garden thatmakes gardening Rakes Spades small etc The best brand of Garden Hose on earth can be found at our store LAWN MOWERSO- ur Lawn Mowers cut grass just as even and nice as a barber cuts hair FISHING TACKLES- ee our window before you go fishing and you will see something that you had forgotten to put in your outfit We have made a reputation that we are proud of in our Tin Department If you are contemplating putting on a new Roof a Metal Slate Roof a Furnace intact anything in this line let us talk to you before you place your order Wean cotix by showing you other work done by us that has stood the test that we can give you superior work and a better price than you have been used to Y IIIIIlieGD LOWRY i LI Paris Kentuokye e I REFRIGERATORS It I save enough ice by using one of our Refrigerators j II t ng IIeasyHoes 1 II I II I II I OUR SPECIALTY e I ng e 11 l sIJ0i i j 0 y TALBOTT a W can- y t a IcYc7Et d THERE IS NO DOUBT ABOUT- IT THAT TWIN BROSH- ave been Uniform Each Year in the Growth of certainly give our customers the benefit of the bet goods at lowest prices and show the neatest line of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing the Schoss Bros Fine Tailored Suits and Trousers W L Douglas 255 3 and 350 Greatest Shoes for Men and Boys that you can buy for duribility and style lii SsS Trades e- We = = DESIGNER Fine Hats Monarch White and KIERSOF Fancy Shirts Underwear Neckwear Etc FINE Our Dry Goods Department is now filled with the choicest line of Dress Goods and Silks Ladies Stylish Waists and Skirts Muslin Underwear White Goods Percales etc large assortment HToTviViiiTnre Maloney Bros Fine Shoes and Oxfords for Ladies Misses and Chil dren The Little Red School House Shoe so satisfactory for Misses and Childrens wear Fine line of Oxford and strap for Ladies Misses and Children We invite you to call in and inspect our handsome stylish durable line of Clothing Dry goods Dress Gods etc Suits and Trousers also made to order K twin Brothers Big Department Store Bourbons Big Bargain Bargtners Street U CLOTHING of White Goods Laces Notions of all kinds I Stetsonti r r iI 1 r sin Paris THE BOURBON NEWS PARIS KENTUCKY TUESDAY JUNE 2 u o il- f 9 3 3 THE BOURBON NEWS TELEPHONE NO 124 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY SWIFT CHAMP EDITOR ONE YEAR 200 I Six MONTHS 100 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Entered at the Paris Ky as secondclass mail matter Established Year of Continuous Publication Hi Display advertisements 100 per inch for first time 50 cents per inch each subsequent insertion Reading notices 10 cents per line each issue reading notices in black type 20 cents per line each issue Cards of thanks calls on candidates and similar matter 10 per line Special rates for big advertisements FOR GOVERNO- RJ C W BECKHAM- FOR LIEUTENANTGOVERNOR- W P THORNE FOR AUDITORS W HAGER- i FOR TREASURER H M WORTH v FOR ATTORNEYGENERAL x N FOR SECRETARY OF STATE H V McCHESNEY- FOR SUPT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION J H FUQUA FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE HUBERT VREELAND- FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS J MORGAN CHINN FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE JAS E CANTRILL Bvn OMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY R B FRANKLINF- OR REPRESENTATIVE HON A S THOMPSON- FOR CIRCUIT CLERK CHARLES E BUTLER post office 188123 f ents DEOCRATT TICKET B HAYS AND OWNER i a t I i BO- I A t KENTUCKY REUNION OP B P 0 ELKS The Annual Reunion of the B P O Elks Association of Kentucky will occur at Lexington on Tuesday and Wednesday June 16 and 17 From the interest already manifested and that have been made for hotel accommodations this will be a splendid gathering of representative men f from all over the State In fact this organization is in a certain a State Club that has for its the betterment of business conditions in Kentucky and its officers and com mittees are composed of energetic progressive business men who are thoroughly alive to the needs of our people Thousands of our citizens are preparing to attend and the railroads recognizing the importance of the meet ing have made practically a onefare rate for the round trip The trip will he inexpensive and the strangers within llr ffatt yj1 uo of Elks citizens generally The visiting will assemble in front of the headquarters on East Main Street at eleven on Tuesday morning June 1 mill by many bands of musiS inarch to the House whale the opening exercises bo held After called to Order lV President W P Kimball the address of welcome on behalf of Lex ifigton Lodge No 89 will be delivered by that splendid orator and prince of good fellows Baker P Lee He captured the Louisville Reunion one year ago and will add fresh laurels this year to an already almost overflowing- cup 3he glad iiaud of fellowship will then be exteiidfcd on behalf the City of Lex by Col W 0 P Breokinridg- eit Is useless and needless to say that he Will fully keep up his reputation as one of the most eloquent public men of the present generation The response to the address of wel come will then be made the Hon E M Dickson of Paris on behalf of the Association and visitors Mr Dickson- is the Exalted Ruler of the Paris Lodge and is an ornate and impressive speaker The exercises will be brief and the pro will be interspersed with music Immediately after the opening cises are concluded street cars will be in waiting to take the visiting Elks to the of the Trotting Horse Breed ers Association where an old fashioned Kentucky barbecue will be berved During the Gentlemans Driving Club give a series of matinee trots There will be the usual classification and the races will be for valuable prizes At B p reception will to the members of the Association Und visiting Elks at the Club Rooms of Lexington Lodge On Wednesday the will meet at the Opera Hbfcse at 10 oclock a m to hear the reports of the officers and committees for the past year and will conclude with the election and in duction into officedf the officers for the Kentucky r way wide awake b royally entertained by the 1i y and WIt will fII o lock ma be the- Y c2 ode the c d101jnuied j lii exer- l On Wednesday night there will be given a honor of the sponsors their of honor and the visit iuer ladies Webb Oommdnaery of Knights Tem- plar will an elegant the Elks and there will be many outings not down en program inClufling the continua open houses at the headquarters of jmost of the visiting lodges To Cure in AH drm tails to cure E Day Bromo wnihe Tablets refund money if it m l rjf ve signatur- eapclljr ba J sitin I ne e ta t e W fb OQ l l in 1 maids reception to- I th old U i Take 2 t box i p t AN ARTFUL RUSE BY ANNIE H ARMSTRONG It is but a few since that a couple of brothers named Henri and Alve Laporte lived in the neighborhood of Paris close by the Bois de Boulogne These brothers were rich and of a miserly disposition and seemed to live only for the pleasure of gold a work in which both had been engaged for many years The brothers were bachelors and had a young maidofallwork Marie dela Font a sweet and pretty girl modest economical and industrious She made all the pur chases for the house and in her modest way Marie was fully trusted by the brothers Laporte She was almost too pretty to fill such a situation it was said living all alone with the brothers but then they were old enough to be her father either of them Such pretty faces as Maries do not have to wait long for a partner By and by Henri Duco a thrifty young baker in the neighborhood was seen to pay frequent visits to the house of the brothers Laporte and itwas pretty well understood that he did not to see either of the old fellows up stairs The inference was very natural and very correct that he was paying his ad dresses to the pretty maid Marie There was one little drawback as to the consumma lion of such a love by the marriage the young people could not afford it They were too poor j Still these young people each respec j lively 21 years of age resolved to enter the bonds and trust to Marie informed her two masters that she must leave them at the end of the next j month as she was about to he married In vain did the brothers expostulate with her and try to dissuade Marie from giving up a good and comfortable home to run the chance of poverty and miery She told them that she had given her word to her dear Henri and she must keep it and be married s So it was finally arranged that she should quit the service of the brothers at the close of the next succeeding month I Tn the meantime the brothers sold a large ami valuable piece of real estate one day and j received the payment therefor in cash of Bank of France paper some 200000 francs It was received after bank hours too late to deposit and so the brothers brought it home and felt very nervous about having- so much money in the house overnight The neighborhood was rather a dangerous one burglaries were often committed there The house was somewhat isolated and stood not far from the banks of the Seine About 1 oclock they were startled by a loud and reiterated knock at their door Neither of the brothers Laporte was brave but on this occasion with so large a sum of money on hand and having thought and talked so much about it up to the last moment of retiring they were now aroused by the abrupt noise to a state of absolute fright and downright terror Who is there they exclaimed is I Marie What do you want Oh masters masters i Mon Dieu Marie exclaimed Alve the elder as he tremblingly opened the door whats the matter Cant you speak Robbers robbers are in the house Mon Dieu said the elder brother I was sure of it Whats to be done j You have a gun Y Go and shoot them said Marie coolly j At that moment a crash from the apartment below and both brothers crept tremblingly under the bed out of sight shiv ering and moaning that they were about to be killed Are we to be found murdered in the morning and without resistance asked the girl scornfully- Oh oh groaned the brothers from under the bed in chorus Peste she exclaimed give me the gunMarie seized the doublebarrel gun and disappeared downstairs alone The brothers listened while they trembled Presently bang went one barrel I Oh oh screamed again the two misers j drawing in their heads like turtles under the bed A moriiellt kl61 went the second barrel and a screech of pain followed which from the top to the bottom of the house supplemented by the groans from under the bed Ohl oh They were very nearly frightened to death and could not articulate a word After a brief pause Marie rushed into the room and asked for cartridges to reload the gun While she was engaged in this pro cess the outer gate was heard to swing open and the robbers seemed to be retreating from the house They are gone said Marie Are you sure asked the brothers Sure The misers crept out from under the bed one from each side only half clothed and covered with dust There was no sleep for them that night but at early dawn downstairs a pool of blood on the floor showed that one robber at least must have got his quietus More than this it was plain by the bloody tracks upon the ground that the victim hail been dragged to the river Gore marked the whole distance and the police were active in dragging the river and in efforts that might lead to the detection of the burglars But it was all in further light was thrown upon the bloody affair The grateful bachelors could not be thankful enough to Marie They acknowledged that she had saved their money and their lives and for once opened their and their at the same tune giving the little maidofallwork Wedding dowry of 20000 francs Must you leave us Marie they askeS Ah she replied affectionately how can I leave you You might again be at tacked by robbers 4True true Marie they said fully Why will jrpu not marry Henri Duco and come and keep house to gether Excellent she replied Since you have been so generous to methat I cannot leave you I ome I I of J1ymrn fortune- S I I I I I I I Tit I I came I J I I i e I I I j if ongoing vainno I z lr 1 I QUr I accumulating ceremony down I I biln fang probably hits Henri Duco married the pretty and brave Marie and they took the lower part of the house to keep for the brothers Laporte Years passed The two old men died and left an adidtional 20000 francs for Marie and her husband The brave girl did not refuse it She was the happy mother of a large family of bright children now and Henri was a portly and welltodo citizen Now comes the sequel Somehow it has just got out and the French papers are talking about it editorially It appears that Henri Duco acted the part of the burglar that night the blood was from a lamb killed for the purpose and the whole affair was a ruse of the two lovers to open the hearts and purses of those two misers the brothers Y Weekly I I I LaporteN j old i Ancient Decorative Art Though it is difficult to say where the decorative value of pottery and of china began to be appreciated there is little doubt that it originated In tae i east Ancient Chinese drawings still j in existence show that the process of manufacture has varied but little in the course of the years and that many contrivances claimed as modern European inventions have been known for cen turies in the east t- In Chinese official annals Which are said to be perfectly authentic the of porcelain Is dated at about 200 years before the Christian era although Father Entrecolles in China at the commencement of the seventeenth century dates it long before this and tells us in a most inter esting manner of the great works of King Te Ching one of the- I most ancient and celebrated of the factories He says that in his time there were no fewer than 3000 ovens at work which gave to the town at night the appearance of one vast fur nace with innumerable Knew What She Wrote The need of a lead pencil caused a lady who rode in a street car the other day no small embarrassment She sat running over her shopping list when suddenly she thought of something to add to it She looked in her pocketbook and ransacked all its divisions cardcase and all but no pen cil did she find Modestly she hesi tated about asking her neighbors but with a quick resolve she finally leaned toward a gentleman seated by her and holding up her list said loud enough for those adjacents seats to hear Excuse mo sir may I borrow your necktie a moment The gentlemans astonishment was expressed in his silent facial until the lady reddened deeply My necktie madam he replied with arched eyebrows j Didnt I say pencil she asked And then everybody grinning behind newspapers knew what the lady added to her list Exchange Some Missouri Names The people have given singular and i amusing names to many neighborhoods- in Missouri says the Kansas City Star I In county are Zion Lickfork j and Polo Echo Dell Gabtown and Dawson City are in Worth county In Nodaway county are Toad Hollow Sunrise and Possum Walk and in Henry county Is Coal Pigeon Creek j and Centennial are in Atchison county River Dots Splawn Ridge and Civil Bend in Daviess county Sleepy Hollow and Ivy Hill in Sullivan county and Esrom Echoes in Butler county These j are Just a few names picked at random from the country correspondence of the county seat press Sometimes a pretty i or suggestive name is given a neighbor hood but generally the aim of the christener seems to have been to confer the harshest or most amusing appella tion He could think of j Loveless Marriages Marriage without love is almost a In fact it would be regarded- as one if the world were as true as simple as sincere as it ought to be But society has so long wandered in maze of complexity and marriage from monarchs downward is undertaken for such a variety of reasons apart from love that only a few retain the correct impression about it And of these few the majority are women or girls who would rather die than marry i a man they did not love Sir Watter Scott knew this well when he wrote J The Bride of His noble gentle true anti tender spirit aware of what tote is could well i the horror of a loveless marriage Imagination and illness interesting experiment was re cenily made by an English physician- in reference to the relative power of imagination of the two sexes He gave to a hundred of his hospital patients- a dose of sweetened water and shortly afterward entered the room apparently greatly agitated saying he had by mis take administered a powerful emetic In a few minutes fourfifths of the were affected by the supposed emetic These mainly men while all of those not were women Where Licorice the banks of the Tigris and the Euphrates the licorice plant is chiefly grown These great rivers flow through flat treeless prairies of uncultivated and nearly uninhabited land For three months of the year hot winds blow and the temperature reaches 104 For six months of the year the cli mate Is moderate and salubrious and for three months bleak and wintry the thermometer going down to 30 degrees- at night Both Dangerous Hi Brer Jake what struck you You look like you done had a tussle wid a wilcat- I has I los my las cent in er las en git Ann she git me inter an udder poker game en skin what wuz lef Washington Times Poetry Poetry is not made out of the understanding The question of commonsense is always What is it good for It is a question which would abolish the rose and be triumphantly by the cabbage Lowell One Quality Frequently Lacking Do you believe that egotism and genius go together Not always There would be a lot more genius if they did Chicago RecordHerald- By the time a man gets old enough to talk well he has learned the value ot not talking at aU Chicago News I I residing porcelain- i chimneys- in J I 1 I I Caldwell I I I I t I 1 j An I I subjects were Gr w- On game night rhome Marth J I I I invention Chinese contortions crime Lan mermoor compute affected degrees poker when answered 4 1 j HOSIERY i It i no middle profits we are able to give our customers the most modest prices in hosalways haVe the very StyleSa very consideration k BARGAIN SALE FOR THIS WEEK I I I SUMlVIER f- Eeing direct importers Raying is that we latest great as the styles changein hosiery as often as in millinery I rr r e t 35c A Pair This Sale extra fine light dropstitch lisle thred hose Hermsdorf black Rembrandt Richelieu and narrow styles of drop stitch Real value Soc 2oc A Sale plain fast black lisle thread double soles and high spliced heels 5Oc A Sale superb lace openwork hose all over and ankle styles ten styles frsm which to select all fast Real value 750 75c A Pair This Sale ele gantly silk openwork lisle thread hose in very choice designs A splen did variety for selection Real value r 2 A Sale silk bright good quality pure silk fine lace styles lustrous Real value 3 OnlYLadies PairThis OnlyLadies i I PairThis OnlyLadies I I OnlyLadies PairThis OnlYLadies IiHosiery t r i Childrens Hosiery 19c A Sale extra good stockings medium knit extra close a handtwisted maco thread reg ular made Real value 25c 25 c A Sale Only Misses lace lisle thread hose very pretty styles of open work best fast black all Real value 3Sc 25c A Sale Only Childrens socks openwork lisle thread in black white blue and ecru extra good qualities PairThis OnlyBoys jI PairThis sizes 1 PairThis J 1 11 STRAUS CO12 and 14 West Main Street Lexington KAUFMAN I d 4 L SI Ken uc1 CANE SEED I 3 Hay Straw Corn and Oats Mountain Ash Jellico and Kentucky 1 Rock Lime in Bulk or Ift- gfm Domestic Cementlil I a Estimates Furnished on Pavement and All Kinds of Cement Work GEO W STUARTftOffice of Yard Directly L N Freight Depots 1 I j l 21 r 4 CoalsWhite BarrelPortland- and lUll I 1 iJtA i ei II fir m t FESSIO ZrL CON Ne k Jillulel uJcallafls ll r y alai Opposite rse r b 1 1 I cant deny it any am committing the great crime in Bourbon of Paris at the C 0 D Store IB front of the ICourt Bouse the cutting of prices on Dry Goods Shoes Hats Clothing and everything in the house for ten days Just that way Bleached Muslin 4 l2c yd Brown Muslin 4 l2c yd Calicoes 4 l2c yd Apron Gingham 4 Lonsdale Bleached Muslin 7 12 yd 8 13c Shirting Cotton 6 l4c yd Lawns 4c yd Bed Ticking 5c yd lOc l2c Percales at 8 l3c yd New YorkMills Camlets lOc yd 94 Brown Sheeting15c yd 4c Corsets 25c pair 8 l3c Embroideries 5c 12 l2c Embroideries 7 l2c- 15c Embroideries 10c 17 l2c Embroideries 12 l2c2- 0cEmbroideries 15c 25c Embroideries 17 l2c 30c Embroideries 20c 35c Embtoideries 25c longerthat- I I I 2c yd and 12 I Count seat R LADIES DRESS SKIRTS 2 Black Skirts 125 190 r 4 Top iris SW Toi SLLU SHOES Mens Fine Shoes solid leather 175 Shoes for 125 250 Colt Skin Shoes 175 250 Vici Kid Shoes 2 3 Patent Leather Shoes 225 The best 350 Shoes on the mar ket for 3 Ladies 150 Shoes for 100 200 Shoes 150 250 Shoes for Ladies 200 LADIES SLIPPERS 100 200 Slippers 150 250 Slippers 200 MENS LOW CUTS 200 Lo Cuts for 180 250 800 Low Cuts for 250 I have also reduced the prices- on Childrens and Misses Shoes Old Ladies Shoes Old Gentlemens Shoes Shoes to suit everybody N I B o t 150 Slippsrs Low Cuts for 200 3 Skirts 1 r To make this a complete sale 1 the prices on my CLOTHING Mens 5 Snits 210 Mens 500 10 Suits 750 1250 and 1500 Suits 900 200 Knee Suits 125 250 Knee Suits 150 300 Knee Suits 200 400 Knee Suits 30 100 pairs Mens 25T Plinth for 100 pairs Mens 200 Pants for 150 300 Pants for 198 The best 400 Pants CARPETS- 25c Carpets at 17 l2c a yard 22c Carpets at 25c yard 40c Carpets at 30c yard RUGS 3 Rugs alt wool 3 Velvet Rugs 2 t Come quick if you want the above mentioned bargains f ut I for3 2 Crf S0 Suits to 3VI iSe PROPRIETOR OF MAIN STREET OPP COURT HOUSE YOURS FOR BUSINESS- u 7 Feldsuccessor D I Feld Or D STORE j i E1i L i 2PiI i Morris THE C + X THE BOURBON NEWS PARIS KEITUCEY JUNE 2 19034 I- u 1 J 1 b r 1 THE c ICK Binders AND Are still in the leadLightest draft longest life strongest and easiest handled MoOorJY ick BINDER TWINE Is THE BEST BY EVERY TEST Only B- yRc J eely i j I L I f- I I S SJITS 4 r t r 0K-C fr 9owers i Sold i lt Fa = = = = of thoughts of every mother at to get her boy a new Spring Suit Our line consists of all the latest styles of cloth made into Russian Blouses Norfolk Coat and Pants Cutaway Coat and Pants with separate belt at that Are r prices one present Double Breast defy competition An inspection solicited Also a I of Caps Price CoOL- OTElXEBS I L D AII J I beautiful line I t i Yr D TT Q x clii J Y wv c For Women are famous for their exquisite FIT their stylish shapeliness and their comfort I b Q hces absolute r n tt i ear J77- fE 1 FAMOUS SUO FOR MEN All from the daintiest dress creation to the most sub stantial street boot all at one price 300 I THE BOURBON NEWS Entered at the Postoffice at Paris Sy as secondclass mail matter TELEPHONE NO 124 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAI SWIFT CHAMP EDITOR AND OWNER ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce E P Clarke as a candidate for Sheriff of Bourbon County with Albert S and Wm F Talbott a subject to the action of the Deindcratic party We are authorized to announce Harvey Hibler as a candidate for Sheriff of Bourbon County with Brutus Jr and James Burke as deputies subject- to the action of the party MILLERSBURG Mr Russell Tarr has returned College at Lexington Va Mrs Wm Wood returned Friday her home at Collins Miss Kendall of Cynthiana with her sister at M F C Miss Narra Boyde of Bethel is Mrs Mary Whaley Miss Lillia Louderback of Carlisle guest of the Misses Butler Judge J D attended exercises Saturday tn Monday I Mrs James Cummings of Maysville- is the guest of Miss Katie Savage Mr John Pyles former student Mason is visiting relatives here Born Saturday to the wife of George Jones a daughter Second The Misses Grover of Sardis guests of their brother at M 41 I Mr and Mrs Ernest Henson are guests of Mr and Mrs W G Judy Miss Bessie and Anna Bostain of Harrison are with Miss Mary Taylor Mrs Fanniebelle Soutberland of Paris is guest of her son at M Mr and Mrs J W Larkin of Pari were guests of R P Boulden Sunday Miss Mamie Kerns of Cynthiana is with her sister Miss Louise M F C Miss Anna L of Carlisle is the guest of Mrs Orie Collier near town Miss Francis Veach and Miss Kennedy of Carlisle with Miss Sallie Mrs Elizabeth Ball of Washington is the guest of Esq A C and family Mrs W T Swaneoof Mt Sterling with her daughter Dora atM Mr Harry Thompson of Fern Leaf is the guest of Jefferson bras town Miss Artie May Buttonof Henderson is the guest of Elder GWv wife Saturdays Team 3 M M I Team 1 Game called on account of rain Miss Elizabeth of Covington is guest of her brother Houston Hall at- M M I Miss Bessie Prather of Mayslick is the guest of her uncle Thos Prather and wife Mr Karl of Indianapolis was of Miss Lucile Judy Saturday and Sunday Dont forget the play tonight at the Opera Houe Vacation by M I cadets Give them a full house e I Thompson Miss Effie I I l I I M I near gameTown uest b Cla fro wi toile fit the- M y SIMON axe built honor The finest materials axe used the highest gradetrf skill employed b c Q T wy 7 For onl4 q and Ii G J-A i Queen J Lt SIes ei upon f tr a air ar ti HARRY SIMONr f I i I 1 and encourage the boys Admission 25 and cents Jaynes Savage is home for the week Mrs Williams of Bloomfield is with her son at M M I Miss Florence James of Carlisle is with Miss Lillian Layson Miss Rachel Milam of Atlanta Ga guest of her uncle Dr Wm Miller Miss Florence McCorkle of Eminence guest of Misses Allie and Miss Daisy and Mrs Maria Hawes of guests of MrsMattie Butler James sold William Neal of Lexington his Rockaway horse for Miss Katherine Furnell of Fulton Mo is visiting her cousin Miss Bessie Purnell The cadet drill at M M I College has been postponed until this i Miss Anna P Boone of Winchester is the knelt of her brother Robt Boone and wife i Stanley Talbott and Mr Stanley of Cynthiana visited here Sunday Mrs EG Salsbnrg and three children of Danville are guests of her Dr W G Dailey Misses Bessie Talbott and Tillie Gos sett of Cynthiana are guests of Mrs Samuel Endicott Misses Florence Hood and Lyla Stewart of Nepton are guests of Mr C W Misses Lizzie and Lizzie Dimmitr of Cynthiana are guests of Mrs T A Miss Nettie Lambert and Miss McLane of Moorefield guests of Mieses Stoker near town Dr N H McKinney and wife of Carlisle wre guests of her sister Mrs John Grimes Sunday Mr Fred Jackson and daughter Miriam relatives of Miss are her guests at M F C Hon Ad Gooding and daughter Mrs Myall of with Mr and Mrs Thos Prather Will T Bedford and wife were guests of her sister Mrs W G tMcClintock from Saturday to Monday j Mr and Mrs Harry and two children of Carlisle are guests of her mother Mrs Lon Conway i Misses Nancy and Mary Peed of Mayslick are guests of their cousins Misses Dorothy and Carrie Peed i Misses Ethel and Irnie Fisher and Mrs Br oks of Headquarters are guests of Stiles i I Misses Minnie and Susie Norris of Fern Leaf Mason county areguests of Mrs Anna Jefferson near town Mrs C Harris of guests of C D Tackett and family f Thomas Howard won the medal F C for scholarship and Mrs J B Sanders and daughter Miss Nina of Dry Ridge are guests of Mr and Mrs Kader Allen and son i Mr Dwight Bowden of Winchester j are guests of Mrs Nancy Allen and family j Mr Jack Fay and Marshal colored were badly by stroke of lightning while at work in field for Wm Layson The Millersburg Club will give a hop Thursday evening June 4th Floor space for two hundred couples Music by Saxton Miss Elizabeth McConnell and MissI Katie Campbell of Nicholasville and Miss Davis of Jackson are guests of Prof C C Fisher Miss Linch Milwee of and Miss Dixie Terrel of Miss are guests of Mrs J Will Clark the formers sister Misses May Kenney Tillie and Lizzie Ridge and Mary Bedford of Paris are guests of Miss Mary Bedford near town Miss Louie Warford returned Sturday from Hamilton She will assist Prof Hagerman next in anew college he is establishing in Lex ington Mrs Mary Caldwell has sold her farm of 144 acres to Jas A Butler at 90 and she bought his residence and 7 acres at Mr Butler gets this years crops Bishop H C Morrison of Louisville preached the baccalaureate sermon Sun day morning to both colleges and to a crowded house notwithstanding the heavy raIn He is guest of Major Best and wife The graduating exercises of the M F C at the Opera House this morning and commencement exercises- of M M I will be held at College Wednesday night Saxton will furnish the music DECLAMATORY the de clamatory contest of the Bluegrass graded scbool at Mt Ster- Hiigr William Of was awarded first prize and Horace S ittle of Qwenton of the late Evan Settle second prize Settle is polished orator and the crowd favored his styli and delivery UNUSUAL PLUCK At Henderson Ky Mrs Ida Beverly widow of Cabell Beverly who was shot to death some months ago is proving that she is a woman of unusual plrck She is now supporting her two children by the vocation of her husband paper hanging she can be seen draped in heavy mourning passing along the street with a bucket of paste and paper hanging tools She has all the work gheoau do I 0 f om Hart- I 8 oclock brothers I I s p Conway O OWingsville and L D Harris and wife of Paris ale at- M ss Mattie both in primary her daughter Mande at M F O Ro s stunned Dancinl Foren CONTESTAt son Every day t Finle iit er for de rtment Aberdeen tonrn inen Dot Richmond a continuing y j PARIS KY It is bound to be seen You have been holding on to that old threadbear suit all Winter because you could cover it with an overcoat But you cant do it any longer A few warm days like this will send that overcoat to the wardrobe and my dear fellow that shiny threadbear buttonless and shabby suit will be exposed But never mind we can help you out in fine shape for 12 15 or 18 A topnotcher for 20 If your Spring Suit comes from here it will be right Parker JamesCLOTHIERS HATTERS FURNISHERS Paris Kentucky Y M B 0 D Sip arid I t r- IPARKBR JAMB 1 1 I t r Do It 1 f I 11 J I t Reflect J4 t J Tot cant L 5 a r r 1g + + upon the merits of Lexing ton Beer Sip of its good ness then as its superior flavor impresses itself upon you reflect and tell us when you have tasted such delici ous refreshing comfortgiv ing nectar Healthful and vigorating our Beer is the ideal Summer beverage It t LEXINGTON BREWING For Sale by HENRY TURKEY Paris Ky HOUSE PAINTING SIGN PAINTING C A DcmqJierty DEALER 1N paints Oils Brushes WINDOW GLASS V INTERIOR 434 MAIN ST DECORATING PHONE 231 CO o- foe e I II It L 3- I t f- I j 1 1 t j- C I Pt Varnishes THE BOURBON NEWS PARIS JTENTtfCK1 TUESDAY TU E 2 1903 5 yy tr fl THE BOURBON NEWS SWIFT CHAMP EDITOR AND OWNER FIRE Geo Frys barn burned last night at Olintonville with lot of feed Loss fully covered by insurance MENS has every hinj to dress your feet well FOR RHEUMATISM After she had been stung by bees 6952 times a German woinan found her rheumatism had departed She seems to have had ample reason to forget it Two NEW TEACHERS The Paris City School Board met Thursday night and elected Mrs Hattie H Hill teacher of drawing and elected Miss Annie Lee Washington of Newport teacher of music FOR SALE CHEAP Good Second Hand Cook Stove No 8 price 750 also 2 Sets SecondHand Buggy at and 350 Apply to THE FAIR HONORED President Burris A Jenkins of Kentucky University was by having conferred ou him by the Kentucky Wesleyan College of Winchester the degree of Doctor of Divinity New lines of piques just re Chived at Harry Simons It SUCCESSFUL OPERATION Dr J S Wallingford Saturday performed an operation on Mr Pres for abscess of the brain The operation was successful aud Mr Layton is getting along nicely SPECIAL am making special prices on all my wall paper Si J T HINTON CIRCUIT COURT Bourbon Circuit Court will convene here next Monday There will be a small docket viz Equity aypearances 11 ordinary appearances old equity 126 old ordinary 76 felonies 9 misdemeanors 24 ALWAYS ON you want a cold refreshing glass of Beer step down to Windsor Hotel Bar 2m2t TAKING DEPOSITIONS Attorneys have been taking depositions for several days in Judge H C Howards office in the divorce case of Dr C D Cram vs Mrs Pearl Cram The suit was filed in South Dakota and the grounds are abandonment JUNE Simons towel sale DECORATION OF CONFEDERATE GRAVES The graves of the Couledrate dead in the Paris cemetery will be decorated An interesting program has been arranged All friends quested to bring flowers DROUTH BROKEN Copious rains fell here Friday afternoon breaking the tong drouth and bringing much needed relief to the farmers and gardeners The drouth has seriously affected some promising crops especially the which will be a short one TOWEL Friday June 5 I place on sale 150 dozen towels at 9 cents each1 HARRY SIMON INJUNCTION SUIT Mrs Cynthia J at injunction suit against the Paris and Lexington interurban road to restrain them from tearing down the stone fence iu front of her residence on the Lexington pike We understand there will be a compromise SECRET MARRIAGE Yesterday afternoon at the home of one of our prominent business men on Pleasant street between 9th and 10th a marriage ceremony was performed uniting a couple the names of whom we were unable to learn Please find out about it and let us know FINE LECTURE Col Geo W T3ain delivered his matchless lecture The 20th Century Searchlight at the Methodist church in this city Friday night Mr Bain is 62 years old but well does he retain the eloquence and entertain ing power he possessed thirty years ago Those who were not present missed a treat ELECTROCUTED Jack Jennings who was foreman in this city for the Buckeye Construction Co when the Home Telephone plant was put in was electrocuted- at Urbaua 0 Thursday a hundred feet in midair He was in a swing working in a network of wires when his neck came in contact with a live wire He thirty feet and lodged Li the wires Tfie flesh drppped frcgn hjs body His horrible death A BRIGHT Mt Sterling last week in the Graded School Tour nament Frank E Hill son of Mr and Mrs W A Hill Jr of Paris won the three gold medals offered for proficiency in arithmetic algebra and English Master Hill was also awarded a gold medal offered by the National Hotel for the best record of any contestant in the tournament When the awards were made the successful young I contestant was given an ovation by his schoolmates and was carried in a march through the grounds upon their shoulders f t SHOEsThomson CURE 275 PIQuEs Layton PRICESI 18 o TAPIf th 5Attend Wednesday June ao f are r h bluegrass SALEOn wgi e to hear of his I I I BOYAt I I grammar tri- Umphant I i f 4t i R Harness g honored i j X tome 3 at 8 o clock 4r-I i will ht filed I rare dell I many friends he regret I + at at Corner Stone Laying By the Masons The public is cordially invited to be present at the laying of thecoruer stone of the new Court House on June 10th 4 oclock in the afternoon This promises to be the most interesting in the history of Bourbon County Masonry and the committees are busily engaged to make it what it should be Many distinguished guests from various parts of the State will be present Col W C P Breckinridge will deliver an address which alone will be worth traveling many miles to hear for as an orator he has no superior The parade will proceed promptly 345 from the Masonic Hall with a full uniformed Knights Templar escort headed by the First Regiment Band of Cincinnati In the evening at 8 oclock the third degree will be conferred on Mr Dan Isgrigg by Grand Master Landrum after which a banquet will be served by the ladies in the old Christian church building Admission to the banquet will be by ticket only Every citizen of our town should himself committee of one to in every way this old honored order in making this a day long to be by the people of Paris and Bonr bon county There will be large of Masons here from all over the State Make them feel that their welcome is genuine by extending the old fashioned Bourbon county hospitality FOR Millet and Cow- Peas E F SPEARS SONS SAVE YOUR PENNIES Davis Fans will save a penny on each and every 10 cents you spend with them They have everything in the grocery line Phone 433 Either phone 2t Soaked Them Good Judge Smith on Friday fined Bud Macooi charged with selling liquor without license in Ruckerville 100 on two accounts Wm Gaines selling liquor without license in Claysville 75 James Myers same charge 75 All were replevied Keep the good work up and we may have some good in the suburbs THE BEST Call for Geo Wiede manns Celebrated Bock Beer on tap at all principal saloons tf RETURNED FROM CAMP The State College cadets 300 strong have returned from Ashland where they have been on their annual ten days encampment SELFSEALERS Doolittle selfsealing jars warranted to keep preserves Come and see them We are just introducing them CHAS P COOK Co 2t Little Cook Bluegrass Starty iJt J S Wilson Bro will start twenty seven blnegrass strippers tomorrow The seed this year is considered of extra good quality This firm will have at least 100 men employed in this branch of their business alone C S Brent Bro will send out fifteen strippers tomorrow to gather the sled on the farms of James E and Thos Henry Clay The fist crop of bluegrass seed purchased by any of our merchants was by R B Hutchcraft he securing Hon C M Clays crop at 60 cents per bushel to be delivered the middle of August SPECIAL am making special prices on gocarts Get the baby one J T HINTON IMPROVEMENTS There are now being built in this city buildings that will aggregate over 300000 BACCALAUEREATE SERMON The bac calanereate sermon at the Second Presbyterian church Sunday night to the graduating class of the Paris High School by Rev Henry Knott of the Episcopal church was enjoyed by the large crowd present Mr Knott preached an excellent discourse from the text Be ye therefore perpeot even as your Father which is in Heaven is perfect The singing by the quartette choir of the church was exceptionally fine as was the solo singing by Misses Annie Lee Washington and Matilda ander NORTH STAR Anybody who has used a North Star Refrigerator will tell you it is the bent I sole agent J T HINTON WOMANS MISSIONARY SOCIETY The Kentucky Conference Womans Foreign Missionary Society will convene in this city Friday evening June 6 Dr H S Bradley of Atlanta Ga will preach the annual sermon Sunday morning 11 oclock in the Methodist church in the evening will give an address on Missions Miss Elizabeth Hughes for many years a xissionary of theWomans Board in Chins now at home for a sea son will represent that field and L Gibson principal of the Scar ritt Bible and Training School for and Christian Workers at home and abroad will speak of this great need Dr Alexander J recently of Corea will be and tell of his visit to that country Other prominent speakers from Ken tricky Conference will be present A good program is arranged and the pub lie is cordially invited to attend all of the meetings u i l t appoint delegations h SALESorghum older r PRICEsI 4 Ale t am I Miss- Y Missionaries Alexander present x A occasion assist remembered you Stri ers Tomorrow r a i i and LV H in PERSONAL MENTION J Mrs John Brent is on the sick list John G Lyle was here from Latpnia over Sunday Mr Sam Stone of Louisville was in the city Saturday P Allen was in town Saturday from Kansas City Dr John Sweeney of Chicago is here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs James McOlure spent several days at Shelbyville Riley Grannon and wife Sunday this city with his mother Mrs R K McCarney has been on the sick list for several weeks Mrs Pearl Fronk is visiting the family- of Mr W D Ray in Maysville Mr Antony List has returned to this city after a visit to Maysville Prof Roarke of Lexington was guest of Prof Sharon Saturday Miss Emma Lou Hite left Sunday fora visit to friends in Hulington O Mrs J T Vansant has returned from a visit to leer mother in Richmond Miss Eddie Spears is visiting Mrs K Griffith in Harrison county ExChief of Police Zack Lusby of Georgetown was in ties city yesterday Oscar L Mitchell General Southern Agent Lake Shore R R was in the city Friday Joe Frakes who has been residing in Chicago has returned to Paris to make home Mrs Lillian Bagge Luntzell of Ros well New Mexico is visiting relatives in the county Mr and Mrs Sam W Willis Jr of Olark county visited friends in the city yesterday Miss Edna Turney returned Friday from Hollins Va where she has been school Mrs John Gass leaves today for Gallatin Tenn to make a two weeks visit to relatives Miss Lucy Kerr of North Middle town graduated at Hamilton College Lexington last week Mrs Rosa Buckner and daughter Miss Ollie have taken rooms at B M Renicks on Duncan avenue Robert Byrd of Shelbyville and Newt Gay of Pisgah are visiting Joe Mitchell on Duncan liSsv i been ill oPtyplioid fever eight at Lexington is out of danger Dr J M Bruman of University was guest of Mr Stephens Saturday and Sunday Mrs E G Saulsbury ant children of Danville visited Dr H M Dailey formers brother last week Mrs Sterling Cooper of Newport Ky and Mr Bruce Preston of Ashland- are guests of Mr and Mrs Bruce Miller Misses Jennie Howard Moore Bettie Smith and Alma are home from Midway Orphan Scnool Miss Betsy Ashbrook of Cynthiana who has been the guest of Miss Mary Fithian Hutchcraft has returned home Miss Annie Lee Washington sweet singer leaves this week for home in Newport to spend the summer Col James Allen of the Cynthiana Democrat one of the best edited news papers in the State was in the city Miss Cornie Talbott of Texarkana Texas is guest of her schoolmates Misses Matilda Alexander and Bettie Brent Johnson Miss Carpenter of Kansas City and Misses Louise and AnneAskew of will be the guest of Miss Bettie Brent Johnson Wednesday Misses Gertrude Renick Eva Freeman Etta McClintock and J M Bren nan Albert Hinton and G Bacon spent SundayatBlue Lick Springs Mr and Mrs J R Williams of Falmouth passed through our city returning home from a visit to Mrs father Mr Brice Letton who is quite ill in Richmond Mrs A M Barclay has returned hones from hospital in Cincinnati much improved in health She reports her daughter Mrs J A Wilson still and will be able to come home in about ten days Miss Mary O Breckinridge daugh ter of Hon Clifton R Breckinridge of Arkansas and Miss Ann Steele of Mid way will arrive today to be of Mrs E H Rutherford on Duncan ave nue days Robt Parks of Lexington formerly of Paris leaves this week to take charge of the new hotel at Cannel City Ky The hotel is thoroughly uptodate in every particular The owners could not have found a better hotel man than Mr Parks to take charge of the house It built by O K R R Com Ci J L m C I V his attending t j 7 yesterday Georgetown I Williams improving thegu was I Pang y avenue ConductorJulius HerriclwhoO for wee Cincinn Churl thr Elizabe Shawh t gists for several the t f i e an h t Terrible Results from Fire and Flood water Saturday hundred j persons are reported lost 400 in imminent danger Most of the dead were burned The property loss has al ready reached millions of dollars While every foot of territory in the city was covered from the raging Kan sas river fire broke out and there was no with which to fight it Burning buildings floated from their foundations and set fire to others until the became general With the waters of the Kaw and Missouri river four feet above the disastrous level of 1881 and their swollen tide over twelve miles of Kansas City and suburbs Sunday night made the worst flood cf the citys history Twelve bodies countedas they floated past lying across pieces of wreckage On the roof of a cabin could be seen the body of a woman and her child FOR Corn Peas Hungarian and Millet Seed go to Geo W Stuart WANTED r White woman to do kitchen and housework Apply to NEWS office number of people were poisoned at the Maccabees supper in Harrodsburg Friday night by eating ice C W B M regular meeting of the C W B M will be held Friday afternoon at 3 oclock in the Christian church parlor HELD OVER Tames Dunn the Jessa mine county farmer charged with rob bing the rural mail boxes was Saturday held to the Federal Grand Jury COURTDAY Yesterday was a dull courtday little stock on the On account of farmers being busy setting out tobacco plants there was small crowd in town HAS GOOD EYE In the shoot at Mt Sterling Saturday for the Bluegrass championship J H Kemper won the silver cup breaking fortyseven out of fifty targets SMITH in the famous Boreing divorce case at London Ky objected to W B Smith of Richmond as Special Judge because he is a Democrat and ft member of the Chris tian church and he declined to serve ExPARisiANS RESCUED At Lexing ton Saturdayj fire destroyed the stock of tailoring goods of the Manchester Woolen Mills and the flames broke through into the second story flat occupied by Mrs Wm Hukil and and her daughter y t SM HOMEiES Thirtyfive thousand persons are as a result of the flooded rivers of Kansas Nebraska Mis souri and Iowa while the property loss already reaches over millions of dollars The total area covered by the high waters is hundreds of square miles from Kansas City to Des Moines Ia LOST Two HOMES WITHIN A YEAR At Mt Sterling Sunday night the new residence of County Clerk Howard Anderson and all its effects were destroyed by fire This is twice Mr Anderson has burned within HICKORY FURNITURE Dont forget the fact that I am sole agent for Paris for the genuine Old Hickory furniture Can furnish you anything they make J T HINTON OLD TUB Twelve year old Tub Fowler Whiskey sold over the bar at Windsor Hotel Try a quart for medi cal purposes 2tn2t MRS BUCKc Represents a Strong and Safe FIRE INSURANCE CO and desires patronage from all interested in her welfare jSlmo PHONES 174 Briefs Our windows are full of good Shoes Shoes made by leading facturers Shoes that are shaped to fit the foot and made of the very best leathers We have a great many styles shown in our windows have many more inside ifryQU find a Shoe in the that you like come inside and examine it ask us questions about it You can tell about a Shoe that than you can by looking at it through glass Our Shoes will stand close in spection We invite it Clays Shoe Store f y- Gx FOURTH AND MAIN STSPARIS KY I North ife tio Qf the capi lta1 of Kansas underwent By and andover POISONEDA cream MEETINGThe Very OPPOSEDAttorneys were homeless III year ShOt we f windows way I t- t r- At Topeka i witl pa nIafon ofto- ooo destiuc ion fire night T yo tith water means conflagration square were market she rescued alniost suffocated 1 manu hitt more = = T SPECIALS SALE u C LACE CURTAINS Gall and see whatwe can savs you One entire room devoted to this line We sell the No Sag 200 Lace Streatchers At 150 The C3 JULOlSLOr 529531 MAIN STREET PHONE 297 Dont Separate Yourself From Your MONEY Until You Have Seen My Goods You will See Lots of Hot Air Talk about Low Prices and Big Stocks but You Know Where to Find the Largest Stock to Select from and you can JUDGE THE PRICES YOURSELF Wall Paper I will show you Ten Patterns of Wall Paper to any other dealers one Price 3 cts up Carpets have the only full line of Carpets and Mat tings to be found in Paris Can let you see how your carpet will look on your floor be fore you but it You dont have to select from a little dinky sample of a yard of goods Furniture b real I oip fiav to that You know fbuy the best made and back up every thing I sell If you buy on just because we accommodate you and then if your Furniture comes from here you know it is new as we have no secondhand goods in stock I absolutely guarantee you better goods and at quality considered than any Furniture house Ky- r I PARIS KY Undertaking in all its branches Embalming scientifically attended tb Great Dissolution SaleI- n order to close our partnership we offer our entire stock of Dry Goods at post and Bel 4 Ji Every 11 of An to Buy Goods at Great such offer in this sale is rarely given Sale begins Monday May Lexington Kentucky M i Ji rHl VJMii iLfi I K E R I W ED TUC ERStand Uu s- i 11 IS Mattings- I q- 4f1 credit here you dont pay six prices it f T HINT H i j 1 est goods as we i C ni TAdd t U i z 1 I 5 Curtain- S Z r about III 10tBULANC dear ids tie bv st 4 and opportunity Bargains 48th = = = = = = = = TIlE BOURBON NEWS PARIS TJCKY JUNE 2 19036 i Tlie Japanese and Their Fan To the Japanese the fail is not merely a means to the end of cooling the atmosphere It is a thing of meaning- of art It tells a story and there is even a suggestiveness in the manner of using or wearing it The whole history of Japan could be read from fans if enough of them were put together and every political event of importance is pictured on these airy trifles There are different fans for every conceivable occasion Even dolls have their own fans and children have theirs The geisha girls have a particular kind of fan and jugglers too use one with appropriate decorations There is a fan used only at the solemn tea feast and a fan of iron covered with lacquer Generals have silk fans with iron sticks and there is a dangerous dagger fan The bamboo water fan is dipped in water frequently while being used to make the air cooler The ancient court fans of Japan were folding fans of wood decorated with silk artificial flowers and each noble family had its own flower that no one else dared use Color shape and decoration of the Japanese fan all have their meaning the flowers and birds their symbolism Thus to give a fan with a flight of white storks upon it is to wish long life while a cobweb design is mourning The Way People SU- It is one thing to have a chair and another to know how to sit on it The ideal of a graceful sitting posture has varied in the different ages of the world The Egyptians sat bolt upright the knees and feet closely pressed to gether It was the ceremonial attitude The Greeks and Romans when their seats had no backs and they were at liberty to forget their dignity sat stooping with one or both elbows sup ported by tile arms ThQ Chinese ideal was the knees and feet wide apart They have maintained that attitude in sitting for 4000 years The Saxons and early Norman kings are represented in old manuscripts and on coins in the same position Down to a date corn paratively recent kings and queens received sitting stiffly on their thrones any marked change of posture being thought to derogate from the royal dignity They now receive standing i Illustrating the Solar System i The solar system is well illustrated ty the following statements Let the eun be represented by a globe two feet in diameter A grain of mustard seed at the circumference of a circle 164 feet n diameter TvlU adequately represent size and distance of Mercury The earth will be represented by a pea on the circurnferenpe of a circle 284 feet across and Venus by another pea on the outside of a 430 foot circle Mars wiii be adequately represented by a pinhead at 654 feet and the asteroids toy grains of sand 1000 to 1200 feet away An orange at the distance of half a mile will stand for Jupiter a- very smell apple at fourfifths of a mile will stand for Saturn and a cherry on the circumference of a circle 1 miles across will represent Uranus j r 14 Didnt Work In Ms lecture Love Courtship and Marriage delivered in the Lebanon Valley College chapel several years ago Rev John De Witt Miller of Phila delphia said that men should kiss their wives as they did when they were a year or two married When the lecture was over an old man went home put his arm around bis wifes ueck and kissed her Meeting the lecturer some time after be said Its no go I What isnt said the lecturer Vel said the man ven I kissed my vife she said Vats gone wrong mit i you you oult fool 3- fc Beadiy Prussic Acid iti 1 Prussic acid is composed of such things as animal refuse and blood sol with large quantities of oil of vitriol Even the smell of the acid pro duces pain in the throat and in the gion of the heart and there are few poisons for which there is such little opportunity foy a antidote If there IS time and thate Seldom is for the oi0n is almost instantaneous in its action ammonia inhaled very freely may give relief and reduce the absolute certainty of death to a grave probability JBifSt Judicial Honors For a Woman Y Henry VIII belongs the honor of having conferred judicial rights upon a woman Lady Ar e Berkeley of Yok was allowed by the sovereign who bad the widest experience of the virtues of women to sit as judge appoint a commission and actually pass sentence on some men had been killing her deer and despoiling her park Both Involved jf Mr Youngbusband reading from paper Married Blanche de Smythe to Walter Wellington Deere What old memories that name awakens Mrs Y never you knew of my engagement to Walter Mr Y chillingly I was alluding to Blanche Feminine Egotism Husband during the I must have been a fool when I you But the old adage still holds good HuSbandWbatfs that v fool for luck Chicago sews Experienced How was It that he managed to pull the wool overyour eyes Well he had fleeced severarfellows before I met him i There ar plenty of actors who act like actor too few who act like real keJB Qhio State Journal j j j I I Io r you II I L i id p I I I r f t vh J1 blushingI imagIned married WifeUndoubtedly t WifeA w hU Da t t f t Ir I I U war EJ I I I fort I I i the I I I I re- t I ITO 1 c I 1 I I II t = I ISLAND MARRIAGE How well you are looking gushed the president of the Psychological society to the tall brownhaired girl just back from a trip to the Philippines And how did you enjoy your vacation Splendidly was the enthusiastic reply- as the girl settled herself comfortably in an easy chair among the members assem bled for the regular weekly meeting The islands are so picturesque the climate is so salubrious and the natives have the most delightfully interesting customs imaginable Charming chorused those of the mem bers who were not listening to a whispered exchange of social in the far corner of the room And asked the president what was the most interesting of these customs I am sure we would all like to her Well said the traveled one as she helped herself to the proffered refreshments really the most interesting event- I witnessed during my stay in the islands was a high caste native marriage ceremony Now you must understand she went on punctuating her tale with nibbles at the cake she held in her hand that the Filipino marriage ceremony is no light with in a moment One of the character istics of those little brown people is that while they are veritable stoics in the event of death expressing little or no sorrow they indulge in all sorts of emotional ecstasies in their celebration of a wedding and the preparations for the event are always elaborate irrespective of caste or circumstances At this particular ceremony the high contracting parties were both very young the bride being but 4 and really the groom didnt look much older The wed ding day had been set by the priest who far overshadows the bride and bridegroom in importance through every stage of the ceremony and is usually rewarded by a largo fee in proportion to the wealth of those concerned Attending this ceremony caused me some annoyance continued the brown haired girl with a grimace at the for I was compelled to tumble out of bed at four oclock in the morning in order to join the wedding procession to the nearby church which started at five oclock What a preposterous and unnecessary hardship interpolated the stout case loving member Yes I thought that and more too resumed the narrator but I was bound to see that ceremony through from start to finish At that it seemed that the thing had formally begun on the night before for I afterward learned that the young couple had gone together to the church for confession and to receive absolution Anyway I landed at the church all right with the rest of the party After a mass had been said the bride and bride groom advanced to the priest who placed over their shoulders a thick mantle which the Englishspeaking Filipino belle through whom I had received the invitation explained was to typify the bodily union A marriage formula was then recited interspersed with questions which were responded to by both bride and bridegroom much like our own ceremony in this respect As the pair turned from the priest after this ceremony and came down the aisle to the rear of the church she continued a bowl containing coins was proffered them The husband stopped took a handful from the bowl and gave them to his wife wjio passed them back to the bowl This I dis covered was a token that he yielded to her all his worldly goods How charming chorused all the ladies in one breath What a pity the custom is not universal The scene of operations was then trans ferred to the home of the bridegrooms father resumed the story teller it is to furnish the wedding banquet We all sat down to a repast of sweetmeats with light liquors and chocolate which was fol lowed with betel nuts and cigars and cigar ettes which everyone helped themselves to regardless of sex But all this was simply preliminary to the main feature for it is in the dance fol lowing the weddvng that the Filipino attains the unique The dance was begun by the IbiM5 and bridegroom march ing to the center of the floor where fac ing each other bath started to sing at each other Then as the music quickened they danced around and around keeping up all the while a spirited chatter At this point a young woman the sister of the bride stepped out on the floor Her long hair was hanging loose her snapped with an almost insane light and her every conveyed the impression- of suppressed excitement At her ance the music changed td a plaintive dirgelike tune if became more forlorn as it Went on the girl going through a series of languid movements which were to express various of sorrow at the loss of her sister Gradually the dull forlorn strain gave way to a livelier measure the girl in the more mated moving faster and more wildly as the music increased swinging about iise whirling dervish until at last she sanR to the floor in a frenzy of delirious passion which all the native present seemed to share But dont run aWfty With the idea there is not a praetleal side to the Filipino character said the girl as some of the inembers started to arrange their wraps after the dance the men and women relatives retired to their respective quarters to talk over the future prospects of the newly married couple and concluded the narrator as the meeting broke up there was much bickering between the respective papas before the dowries were finally satis factprily greed Y Times Too Precious- A village clergyman has this choice bit among his annals One day he whs in haste by Mrs Johnston who had been taken suddenly ill He went in some wonder because she was not of his parish and was known to be devoted to her own minister Rev Mr Hopkins While he was waiting in the before seeing the sick woman he beguiled the time by taking with her daughter- I am very much pleased to know your mother thought of me in her illness he said Is Mr Hopkins away The lady looked unfeignedly shocked NTo she said Oh no But were tdfraiffJts something contagious and Jike to run any risks Youths Com His Only Comment Wife Too Many exclaimed Mrs Wederlyj as she glanced at the headline- of her husbands paper I suppose that account of the doings of some bigamist Not necessarily my dear replied her husband without daring to look up 3tj- cafco DaHl New I I gossip thingover recollection If eyes tion low J llJ p sslb1 degrees meantime becoming more and ani f that uponN summoned weld One i- an J to o AN whose luty ceremony for panion 5 b j IN THEzEROFESSION Butter HHslmSatTVnLS One tzqr on the Real When not of the same set meet on a social basis there is not that feeling of en rapportness that we sometimes read about A few days ago a Second avenue bride was summoned to her parlor by the maid who pre sented a calling card printed in blue ink and up in one corner there was a little pink dove relates the Detroit Free Press The caller proved to be a member- of an organization with which the bride was connected one of those that send out visiting com mittees to prevent the members from forgetting that the organization is on earth Apparently the chairman decided who was to do certain calls by drawing names out of a hat and the result was not always satisfactorj In this case it was evident that the had stubbed her toe The visitor was new at the business and she displayed her awkwardness- at every turn There was some preliminary small talk with the guest all the leads and the hostess refusing to play trumps The bride answered yes and no and secretly she was greatly amused Then the committeewoman plunged What business is your husband in she inquired abruptly I He is a professional man a lawyer was the reply i How delightful cooed the visitor in the tone that is recommended in the rough and ready etiquette books Yes said the bride- i I am sure we are going to be good friends continued the caller for my husband too is a professional man I Womans curiosity got the better of the hostess and she asked And what is his profession He is a barber in one of the best places on Gratiot avenue It takes a lot of experience and a very steady hand to be a good barber He hopes to have a shop of his own some day The bride smiled broadly she could I not help it and encouraged by this her guest asked I And where did you work before you- i were married The hostess this time laughed aloud and the caller concluded that she was I getting to be quite conversational ist I I did not work anywhere replied i the bride I just went to school played golf attended cooking school meetings and did other little things like that to improve my mind Oh my how nice said the visitor as she opened her eyes wider than be fore and then she rubbed her Ups with a yellowbordered handkerchief that was scented with jockey club i horse liniment i When she prepared to go she gave her hostess an urgent invitation to re turn the call as she said she felt sure that they were going to like each other awfully well As a final bon mot she remarked You might tell your husband about my husbands shop and when they get acquainted we four could have such awfully good times The bride ordered the parlor aired Then she went upstairs to burn mos quito sticks in order to drive from her clothing the smell of the liniment that may be good for man or beast but is not popular with society women GROWS WINGS ON INSECT j California Entomologist That Life Can Be RCK- iilatcil liy Chemicals Warren T Clark the student assistant in entomology at the J of California has done with land forms of insect life almost what Dr Jacques Loeb the eminent biologist who recently took the chair of phy siology at the university has done with marine forms of insect life demonstrated that with the aid of powerful chemical solutions life and growth can be regulated at the will says a San Francisco r6p01t In a series of ItS that Mr Clark has jUst fcOuUiuded he has made the diseoVeTjr that the growth of wings Mi the neetarophoro rosae a species of aphis is due to bilemical excitation alone and not to any causes that have formerly been j regarded as natural by the entomolo I gists who have studied the growth- of the insect In the past the reasons for the growth of these wings have been assigned to a short food i supply to starvation and to the con ditions of the temperature which have forced the insect to grow wings I in order to protect itself from i Careful examination however of the ingredients of the insects supply completely contradicted these early theories and established the important point that thee ap pendages are created through the grtiwth of the proper Us a growth that is made possible by the charg ing of the insect iood material particularly with Soluble salts of RulMiie It In Weaker Who was the fellow who just stopped you Deaver That was my old barber Does he usually stop you on the street No but he knoysIm shaving j sow and he just wanted to gloat over me Philadelphia Ledger Even a Comparison a Montt Yes I heard them dis charging a 16inch gun the other day La did not seem much disturbed by the rumpus f J- VXo I heard my wife discharging cook before left home Chicago j 1 I i Vh 1 Ian Ipulwted donal Mem tonomen I associations I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I food has I I magnesium I c h I ot MoyneYou e- f fr t 0 T ze Prof chairman making regularly Demonstrate University I Aih extinction myself 4Dai4yNewa TEXAS HOSPITALITY Welcome G lven a Railroad AVMcli He Thought Was the Greatest Ever The man who had been in southwest Texas looking over the route for a prospective railroad had been interested in a reference to hospitality in its truest sense relates the New York Sun All day long I had been driving with- a man in the dust and the question of a camping place involved finding the necessary water he said There were no streams no water holes only dust and hills and allkali Just before sundown we came insight of some scrubby timber rising from a draw ahead of uand we started for it Just as we turned the ridge we noticed a lonesome looking shack in the edge of the trees and we drove up to it just as darkness came on The first sight of anything living was a lean foxhound that dashed out at us baying he was followed by two more and these a pair of collies and then a miscellaneous collection of dogs of all shades and breeds bent upon attacking us but snarling and biting even among themselves Suddenly a long lean figure of a man with a hairy face out of which only a pair of eyes and the tip of anose was showing charged upon the dogs with a stick sending them scuttling under the house again Then without- a word he came up to us with his eyes fixed on the horses It was not an ideal situation for a fagged team and two worn thirsty men but I tackled the proposition I didnt mention anything about a rail road but I laid beautiful stress upon our condition and our needs for a camping place where there was water And while I talked he was looking over the team from the front As I talked some more in my most engaging manner he stepped around to the side of the off horse to look him over broadside It would be the greatest favor imaginable if only we might stop here I continued We will make you no trou ble and are more than willing to pay for feed for our team He was at the side of the off horse by this time and I was almost too dis couraged to say anythingmore think ing perhaps we had been taken for a pair of horse thieves I had made another attempt to move him how ever when he straightened up expec torated an immense charge of tobacco juice under the horse and looked into my fare for the first Want to stay all night hey- I was trying to tell 1pm again just how HHieJi we wanted to do that very thing when he broke in Well ef you want to stay all night- I reckon youve struck the most lively place this side of the Pecos river Hospitality repeated the man who had been in Texas Say that was the greatest welcoming I ever had in my life ISLES OF THE BLEST Utopian Places Where One 2 Eay Live In Cleanliness anti Rest In Peace If you have but a small income take up your abode in the Swedish town of Orsa There are no taxes education for your children is free telephones may be used gratis and should you desire a ride on the train the conductor will exact no payment All which benefits accrue from the business capacity of the municipality jyhich by the sale of timber cut from the extensive plantations in the neighborhood is able to sensibly in crease the towns revenue says Lon don TitBits Should music be your delight repair without loss of time to Destard- in Brazil Though the population numbers only 15000 most of whom moreover are possessed of but small means every household can boast of at least one piano while in the town itself and its three suburbs no fewer than 13 flourishing choral societies testify to the musical taste of the inhabitants Choose Nashua a town of 20000 citizens in the United States for your abode should you desire perfect peace Neither lawyer nor priest is to be found there Trading the sole business of the community is done by the town council and so success fully as to obviate the need of taxation Street cleaning and road mswlr ing are undertaken by th Citizens in turn and so these voluntary workeiS that policemen- are unknown Lovers of 9 Tiliness will undoubt edly find tR ck in Holland to their liking kX has long been renowned as hfe neatest village in the world S3W so jealous its inhabitant oil its reputation that until a few years back horses were not alloweA in its streets Even now tj kept a arvel scrupulous cleanliness by its population whic h is almost exclusively engaged an tjlie mak ing of Edam cheese Advocates of pettieat government should journey to Beattie Kan where all the chief offices are filled by women who being in public opin ion less open to bribery than the other sex make preferable adminis trators rA large proportion of the police are wonien Fat folk should book to Neodesha a small city in Kansas whence after- a brief sojourn they will return home with slim and elegant result due according to the scientists- to the vast accumulations of oil and natural gas that are stored beneath the city Love He S6U passed me without She OhrOL must ueen thinking OTU Detroit Free Press The fter I I arc t the of I figuresa I I speaking totHre bout i Surveyor 4 time- S were Ibis have FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FlUB ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOLTEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID l J I KENTUCKY BUILDING WORLDSI FAIR IL School children and public generally invited to vote to the most pdpular in every county Votes ten cents cast at one tune AU money over and above trip expenses of tenth ers to go erection of theBuilding at the voter thus given the satisfaction of a worthy cause ana important have been at the same time a favorite teacher has received recognition Contest con under auspices of Educational mittee of Exhibit Association the organization to raise 100000 for a Kentucky Building and full States pro ducts and resources at Fair the Legislature failed to make an appropria tion Every formed o Exposition j I 1 wnet herteacher in member of faculty of university medical dental institutiondenominational is to election Members ofthe EducationalExhibit Committee alone excepted Names of all school to be enrolled in the Kentucky Building at the Expo of votes will be allowed to send two most popular and the second mostpopular THE TOTES WILL BE TEN CENTS EACH TEX COXSTITUTIXG A 1ULLOT Atten cents each school child in the State will be able to cast at least one for hisor her favorite teacher But the voting will not be confined to school children PARENTS OF PUPILS OR ANY OF THEIR FRIEXDS TOTE the Association to elect the most popular sciool teacher ii each couny as co considered by the publicas tw oiilrlrr her vote If one person sires to cast ten votes it be done writing oeof the spaces and remit contest Pupils are asked therefore tosign their names plainly to teballots ALL EXPENSES OF TIlE TEACHERS VTILI DE PAID by le Association This will includerailroad transportation from Louisville to t Louis ad rciurv heard sit one oi the best hotelsthe city for six days and admission to the exposition grounds for sis dcvs more tioti has decided to nllow two teac from that county Jefferson exccpted which greatest number of votes contest will be an important factor Votes be cast for any who taught school during or is teaching now Titis the teacher of a five months school which closed in November or the opportunity to be voted for during the vacation period- I ANY NUMBER OF BALLOTS 3I1T BE CAST AT 0JE THIE There is no limit The more dollars sent in for any one teacher the more votes he or ce will be crcdltcd withONE CASTS TEN VOTES TWO DOLLARS TV7ENTY VOTES THREEDOLLARS CASTS THIRTY VOTES FOUR DOLLAHS CASTS lOHTY VOTES TIVK DOLLARSCASTS FIFTY VOTES TEN DOLLARS CASTS A HUNDRED VCTiS ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS CASTS ONE THOUSAND VOTES All of the received in this contest over and above that used in defraying expenses ofthe 120 most popular teachers of the Stale on their Uips to the Vcrlas go forte ercc TIlE STANDING OF THE CONTESTANTS WLL BE PRINTED in each count 1 show his or her friends how the race is being run Begin voting now for favorite schoolteacher The votes will be counted under the Inhibit Committeeof the Association ir r T T M ident William Dinwiddie Jackson Dr W G Frost Bcrea Dr B B Huntoou crsvile DrE Y Mullins Louisville Dr Arthur Yager Georgetown Superintendent M A lugton Superintendent S L Froggc Prof C Ashland Prof McHenryRhoads Prof T S Alley Bellevue Prof C C Cherry Bowling Creen M B Tucker Louisville Members of the Educational Committee are not eligible to election iiv Sills contest REMEMBER EVERY COUNTY ELECTS ITS OliN FAVORITE TEACHER Competition counties only applies to the race for the iroth trip the outside of castict thelargest number of votes being granted the distinction of sending two teachersI result will be announced in the state addition to this a congratuwill go to the teacher elected in each Later the details of the will be- i arranged each teacher chosen being given the privilege of selecting the JulyAugust 1904 in which he or wants to make CLIP OUT TillS BALLOT FILL UP BLAN AIL VITK 1 cast TEN votes for We or I f as the most popular teacher in couny ONE DOLLAR Voters are trot required to sign their names but the Association wants ill school children voting to do so as enroll them in the Kentucky i Voters have the of sending to the Secretary of ihe Ass6ciafi 5if 6ff tiei paper from which clipped Additional be obtained by getting extra of this paper Remittances be made by check registered letter I cent express orpostal money order or in currency at senders risk all communications to R E HUGHES Secretary f ITy I State lie or private schools or orprotestant or slUon Kentucky win have an educational exhibit occup ng 2500 square space inPalace The Exposition is to be the event in ljsThe 120 teachers be lucky indeed JD tendered this trip to t1M Pair Everycounty elects its own most lhe outside of teachersthe I I voie flY generally well as tire ten so clubs of ten pupilsmay arranged and each giving ten cents be clediLcd with his or her name ting one dollar It is not required that name of the person be nIl All cfthespaces for voters names be Qlan The to enroll in theKentucky at St Louis the name of child who en t one or more in in ThREE PARTIES WILL DE MADE tP rnmr TilE nroT rOPULAR to make the tripprofitable and more enjoyable Each ofthese parties will ffo o teacherswould a total of lZ0 teachers but as there are only counties Kcnbdy the Assocm most popular and the most 1 lrto go casts theI ALL TElCllEnS IN TIlE STATE 0i EQUAL FOOTING in this contest Theteacher with only twenty pupils may recciye t1cre the five er six timesas because te voting is net confined to children TIle public I 102gives C 1S Fn lion ota so cvcryvoter in this contest may have the addtional satisfaction that he has aid d a worthy cause I I The personnel of this committee is as follows Prof Louisyule Chairman Prof ii V McChesney rankfort rrof P lIalieck Louisvila Prof W IL lrtholomew Louisville P Paul Anderson Ie iu1tot Dr Chase Palmer Danville Pits Cassid Lex Spencer Louisville Miss S Hilt Mrs Louisville and Mrs be eDt monthJune r i I 91 rJ L1t rlf1I-I f I c t tit I iIf r ENCWSEDt lOc tOc- o ai- I 1 e tOe ICe IIr Weq- 1o 4i W 00t- I lOc 10eI I I g l 4 I I iliegreatest Blots his or en voiag given itwant3Buiding next votes 5 TI1CnCS consist make in in STAiD AN teacherwienrolled n Qhr L w iiz k 1 1 Ti1 oiL = = TH MIDLAND LOCAL TIME CARD IN EFFECT JANUARY 26 SX3 P MIAM 81 82 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY A MI P M 81 83 Frankfort A A 1 1 20 SteadinantovTD 11 13 7 06 Elkhorn 11 Switzer 11 00 6 52 tamping Ground 10 50 6 42 UuvnH 5 Johnson 7Rr- Ueorr1 Aii Tr Depot r r I X JigsllftvS- iti v Geog etoHv Un n Depot with J Connects nt Patts Union Depot with Ken ucky eiitfo- Conuecl6 ilFW5itokfort Union Dc ot with L BETWKKN FRANKFORT J OI NATI VI FORGETOVN 2 05 Lv F r kft1 2i s v George o n k 5 0 ft nm ti AT U 1- 5Arii02 6 1 L 8 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PA1US 2 0 Lv 251 v 830Lv 6 Ar r Georgetown Cincinnati AI 7 IS Ar 22 Ar5 33 Lv 2 55 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 3 SOp 0 50a L 420p 5 Oop 830a A 6 Up 11 42a A 815p A 4QOpA 7 20p A Frankfort Georgetown Winchester Cynthiana Richmond A 11 20a 7 15p GRO B HARPER D Pre an1 Genl Sunt L L 5 45a 1 15p L 502p L 6 20a 1 55p O P A Fnkf rl Cincinnati 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charges t I This is on genoi Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Ute remedy that cures a cold fa oae Gmy CHESAPEAKE OHiO TIME 7 BorN it It Lv dm S Lv lOrnTl go I5nIn 6 Wpm F ct9 Ar 43pm 20am t beam 7 i7pm 1 f I I Itn u OJaw S r rat kf II H trOI 1 u qln ro 1IU1 J r tt I i and lt t n DAVIS1 PHONE 868 The ladies do d RYL PABIE pm ton VIncbp 4 845pm It frxluta 7 t41u li Itrn- Ar3heIh vI o- I shampooiu will = TONS French Periodical DropsStr- ictly vegetable perfectly harmless sure to accomplish Greatest known remedy ilTIflH Beware of counterfeits and Imitations The genuine Is put up only la pasteboard C x ton with facsimllo on side or tho bottle thus sSyor Orc l r to WILLIAMS MFQ CO Aeent Cleveland Oalo a For Sale T BROOKS IMPERFECT IN ORIGINAL m signature Sole i- I by W J L = EOURBQN NEWS PARIS KENTUCKY J1iN 7 J J iT1 FRANKLINS ESCAPE When Maj Gen William B Franklin died the newspapers mentioned among other incidents of his career the fact that he was once captured by the confederates but escaped Here is the story of that es cape as he himself told it once at the re quest of Gen Grant Gen Franklin was a member of the board of visitors at West Point in June 1868 One evening while a party of old graduates talking about old times Gen Grant asked Gen Franklin to tell about the accident that befell him when the confederates got him Franklin told it to me once said Gen Grant but you other people never have heard the particulars and I want you to hear how things happened and how he came out of it all and so is able to be here tonight- I had been wounded at Sabine Cross was April 8 1864 and had generally become pretty bad in stamina said Gen franklin and so was forced to become temporarily an invalid I was in a car one evening on the road between Baltimore and Philadelphia when a troop of confederates took possession of things I being one of those things Finding they had a major general of the union army they felt jubilant They didnt seem to think it was worth while to capture anybody else and so I was walked out alone They treated me kind o sympathized with me but added Them things were doin is war general Where they intended to take me I knew not to the nearest confederate prison of course but where was that There were about 20 of them and after we had tramped along through the woods for hours they de cided theyd go into camp for the night They built a fire and made a big circle of themselves around it with me nearer the fire than they were so they wouldnt lose sight of me We had a fairly good supper thanks to what those chaps had got from the car they had stalled and there they sat and smoked till they began to get Sleepy Finally all of them with their guns in their arms stretched themselves out to sleep after designating one man to keep awake for an hour to watch me and then Tie could shake up his relief from the group They were all soon fast asleep except the watcher- I laid myself out and apparently went to sleep But I didnt I kept my eye on my watch He nodded and swung about uneasily where he his gun between his knees till he too without changing his position fell asleep his head hanging down over his knees How long I lay quietly observing that circle of men I never can tell Tt seemed to me ages How could I get out of that circle The fire used for the supper had flick ered down but there was enough light to see anything move and I knew if anyone of them once saw me on my feet I would be a dead man The strain was getting ter rible upon me and I half raised myself from the ground resting on my elbow 1 had no in a tussle Id have had no chance Would I risk it all I gradually got on my feet and stealthily moved a foot or two Just as I did so one of the fellows said something I thought- it was all up with me But was talking in his sleep I had let myself fall to the ground when I heard the voice I got slowly up again It was only a question of seconds I stepped over one of the men who was nearest to me and got away a few steps when I was held in check by a voice Again it was a sleeper talking Slowly I crept along till I thought Id got at a fair distance where they would not hear my footsteps hurried along I never hurried so fast in my life Well to make a long story short I scrambled groped crept tottered along trying to findl some hiding place- I saw at last that I was near a great corn field The ground was full of brake wood and brambles and pitfalls and in my weak condition I was in a bad plight Heavens How long I tramped in the corn field I know not But where was I going All I knew was that I was going into a corn field that seemed to have no end The corn was high and close ranked together I saw Finally exhausted I reached a spot just as day was breaking where there was a pile of brambles that had apparently been dumped there and even there the corn field was thick I could go no further I used my last strength burrowing myself under the brambles and dead wood cover ing myself up completely How long I lay there I dont know But I soon heard shouts and the rush of horses right through the field It was my captors They actually one or two of them rode right over me and galloped near me a dozen times in their mad hunt for what seemed to me many hours That was all I knew until I suddenly saw division after division of troops march by full review and as I thought so magnificently Would the review never end I had never seen such a tremendous army Then I came to my senses I hare been wandering in my army I thought I saw passing in review was the great field of corn swaying to and fro with the wind and the bayonets I had seen were the silky corn stalk tips lit up by the sun It was daytime probably high noon Partly because I was too weak to creep out of my hiding place partly because I expected every moment to hear the enemy gallop around me again I lay where T was I must have fainted for when I peered through the branches over me the sun had almost disappeared and there was less lightI made a supreme effort and got to my feet and tottered along for miles and miles I thought Had that corn field no limit At last I saw a wooden farm house I had reached the corns border line Owing to my illness my exposure in the hot field lack of food and water I was barely able to keep on my feet Then the thought came to me my captors may be in that house or the owner may be a confederate But it was a pf slow death was the differ ence of places I reached the door and knocked The farmer half opened it Then he bade me come in He saw I was nearly fainting- I know you he said Theyve been here and gone You are Maj Gen Franklin of the union army And you I asked Are you a friend of those men Imagine my change of feeling when he exclaimed a union man Do as I tell you And that union man gave me nourishment and stowed me away in that house until he could notify the nearest union forces where I was I heard a clatter of horses feet and the clanking of sabres outside about two afterward They were not my captors they union troops that livid come to jay rescue thanks to that owner of the fieldN Y Sun Roadsthat kindlyindeed satwith firearmseven nohe thenI mein mindthe case anyhowwhat It U lam were were f i hours c corn t A Bit of Diplomacy- An American from Texas got into trouble with a gendarme in the City of Mexico during the SpaiiishAinerican war when foreign and local sentiment was against the United States The offense consisted largely in the fact that the stranger was an American but he landed in jail nevertheless Not wishing to see the Texan spend the night in jail his friends sallied forth to obtain his release First they visited the home of the American ambassador and found he was out of the city Then they went to the home of the English minister and found him in bed Dy dint of insistence they succeeded into the house and were met on the staircase by the minister himself arrayed in official pajamas Carefully disguising the fact that their impris oned friend was an American they ap pealed for assistance Ah said the minister cautiously your man is in jail is he But tell me is he a British subject Your excellency said General Agremonte who acted as spokesman the prisoner speaks Eng lish perfectly Ah said the minis ter then the presumption is in his favor Half an hour later thanks to the personal intervention of the British minister the Texan was released from the Mexican jail The Tune Was Familiar An interesting anecdote is told of the old tune to which a well known song is now sung The story runs that when the army of the first Napoleon was in Egypt in 1799 the camp for awhile was near the pyramids One afternoon about sunset the band was playing and the natives of the desert had and were listening to the music Noth ing unusual happened until the band struck up a tune which we now hear under the name of We Wont Go Home Till Morning Instantly there were the wildest demonstrations of joy among the Bedouins They embraced each other and shouted and danced in the delirium of their pleasure The rea son was that they were listening to the favorite and oldest tune of their peo ple The tune had been taken to Eu rope from Africa in the eleventh cen tury and had lived separately in both countries for over 700 years What Is Happiness Happiness is the greatest paradox In nature It can grow in any soil live under any conditions It defies environment It comes from within It Is the revelation of the depths of the Inner life as light and heat proclaim the sun from which they radiate Happiness consists not of having but of be ing not of possessing but of enjoying- It is the warm glow of a heart at peace within itself A martyr at the stake may have happiness that a king on his throne might envy Man is the creator of his own happiness It is the aroma of a life lived In harmony with high ideals For what a man has he may be dependent on others what he is rests with him alone What he obtains in life is but acquisition what he attains is growth Happiness Is the souls joy In the possession of the intangible William George Jordan Cheerfulness It Is said there is nothing which dif fuses itself more quickly in a family than the coolness indifference and discontent which manifest themselves In the countenances of one of its members This thought is not absolutely true There are some things which communi cate themselves with as much rapidity and more force They are a bright smile a frank and open manner a cheerful face a happy heart Selected A Menu Dig Maude Mr Willing asked me to accompany him to the opera tomorrow evening you accepted the invita tion Certainly Strange He asked me also Theres nothing strange about it at all I told him I wouldnt go unless he provided a chaperon His Own Crafty Way Fusllby Human nature is a funny thing It was said I had quit drinking and everybody I met asked me to take something Glassby And you couldnt accept Poor fellow yes I accepted every time It was I who started the refor mation story you Transcript She Hoped For Their Happiness The Newly did the hate fulest thing at our reception and Ill never forgive her Cousin Jane Why what could It be The Newly Wed She addressed Charles in the most pitying manner and said I hope youll be happy The way she uttered that word hope was positively unbearable She Wanted One Saved For Her Young Miss are you going papa The Rev Mr the meeting We Intend to Inau gurate a movement to save the young men of the country Young Miss WHprus Try and save a nice one for me will you papa dear Portsmouth News Commercially Expressed The father of ten daughters listened silently to the solemn words that united his eldest to a millionaire There he murmured as the tying of the knot was successfully concluded Thats 10 per cent off for cash If there were no such word as fail some dishonest uran would soon invent IL Chicago News Oblivion Ig the rule arid fame the JBX ceptlon of humanity Rlyarol t ClaraAnd FusilbyOh knowBoston WedEdith WilgusWhere WilgusTo I t insetting temperance JOYCES GREAT JOKE Fred Joyce and his wife have been mar ried five years Mrs Joyces family lives in western Nebraska She has two big brothers neither of whom had ever seen her husband though Mrs Joyce has spent two summers in the west since her marriage As a matter of fact Fred Joyce was the most devoted of husbands and his wife was dreadfully in love with him He was making a good salary and they lived in a fine apart ment building If Joyce ever had had any bad habits he cut them all off short when he was married all except one which is the reason for this truthful tale One evening about a month ago Mr and Mrs Joyce were sitting in their living room after dinner Joyce was smoking a cigar and reading the evening Mrs Joyce was at the typewriter pounding out her regular weekly letter lo ber mother in far off Nebraska She had covered one sheet and had a fair start on the second when the telephone bell rang in the hall Joyce started to get up but his wife was before him Ill answer that Fred she said Im expecting a message from Mrs Jenkins Something was the matter with the telephone that evening and Mrs Joyce had a terrible time with it At first and for sev eral minutes she could get no answer to her calls of Hello What is wanted Some demon put the idea into Joyces head while his wife was struggling with the phone that this was the opportunity to have a little fun with her and the typewriter He took another look out into the hall and saw that she was busy with the phone Then he ran over to the typewriter- sat down and added the following paragraph to what she had written on the sec and page of her letter You will bp surprised to hear that since I wrote you last a great change has come over Fred You know how goad he has al ways been to me and the children Yell within the last few weeks he has taken to drinking He comes home now in a condition of intoxication once or twice every week Tie not only beats me but he is cruel to the children T dont know how- i long I will be able to stand it T havent written you before because I have been hoping that he would reform But I little for it At this minute he is out somewhere engaged I suppose in a wild revel It is indeed a sad state of affairs called his wife this message is for you as near as I ran make out Joyce slipped away from the machine and hurried to the telephone I never had such a time in my life said Mrs Joyce as she passed her husband in the hall I couldnt get anybody for the longest while I think there must be down at your office the excitement which followed Toyce forgot everything about what he had added to his wifes letter The building in which Freds office was located was in fact on fire and the call was for him to come down town at once Tie put on his overcoat and hurried to catch an elevated train Mrs Joyce left alone sat down to her typewriter and wrote a paragraph to the effect that Freds office was on fire and that she was half distracted Then she sealed up the letter without looking it over and dropped it into the mail box in the hallway of the flat building Tt proved that the downtown fire was not at all dangerous It wa out before Joyce got downtown and he was back home within an hour But all memory of the practical joke he played on his wife had left him and she poor soul knew nothing about it As quickly as the mails could get out to western Nebraska and back again came a letter from Mrs Joyces mother It came while Fred was downtown at work and Mrs Joyce received and read it with won der and horror Dearest Ellen the letter said you must realize what a terrible shock to us all your letter has been We all hope that the situation is not as bad as it seems to you Do you really mean what you say Can it be possible After what I saw during my stay in Chicago T can scarcely realize that it is all true Beats you and i cruel to the children How could you have the heart to tell me about your success in canning pineapples with such an awful thing on your mind Try and do the best you can for a few days until Brother Jack reaches you He leaves for Chicago tonight and will see that no harm comes to my little girl Mrs Joyce read that and gasped for breath She had not the slightest idea what it was all about She thought over what she had written in her letter but she could recall nothing exciting except perhaps the reference to the fire in Freds office She decided foolishly that she would say noth ing to Fred about it until she knew more So she sat down and wrote to her mother asking what in the world she meant put a special delivery stamp on the letter and mailed it Joyce all unconscious of impending evil went his usual work One afternoon a day or two later he was sitting in his office when Mr Jack Flatters was announced to see Mr Joyce Ellen Flatters was Mrs Toyces maiden name and Fred knew that she had a big brother Jack whom he had never seen So when the name was brought him he sent back word to have Mr Flatters brought right in Mr Flatters came He was something over six feet in height He wore a wolfskin overcoat and a fur cap and he towered above the other people in the insurance office like a mountain in the clouds Incidentally he had a heavy black mustache and a nasty black eye Im Jack Flatters of Western Springs Neb said the big man Are you Fred JoyceYes indeed I am said Joyce starting to get up and holding out his hand and Im mighty glad to see my big brother But the big man in the fur coat thrust one hand into his overcoat pocket and holding the other in what seemed to Joyce a threat ening attitude simply glared down at him and made no attempt at shaking hands- I want to talk to you immediately said Jack Flatters Joyce got up much shaken in his mind put on his overcoat and went out on the street with his brotherinlaw who cer tainly seemed to be acting most queerly Well what have you got to say for yourself demanded the big man Joyce wondered if the man was crazy What do you mean he asked finally This is what I mean growled Brother Jack handing Joyce the fatal letter Joyce got himself excused for the rest of the afternoon and did his best to square matters with Brother Jack before he took him out to the house Then he had to ex plain to his Svife which was even worse Brother Jack staid in the city for ten days and Joyce fairly laid himself out to enter tain him Meanwhile Mrs Joyces mother had been reassured both by wire and mail And Joyce has taken a solemn oath never under any circumstances to attempt to another practical joke on a Chicago Tribune t I I I I I I I I I I I I I see I I I I I j I I I I I I i i i I I I G paper Fred afire In j I lay woman When you want a clean shave a good hair cnt or a batb drop in and see Carl Crawfnrr1 JJo has five chaird iu his shop and you ire not compelled to wait your turn very long His assistants are polite and courteous and you will be treated right WHEN iu need of Job Printing give THE NEWS a call UPTODATE Tom Crawford i strictly npto the tonsorial line and you will nct regret having him or his assistants wait on you wbea you want a clean shave or a hair cut He employs none but white barbers FOR milk sows and fattening stock r kinds nothing is better than sugar cane One sere of it will go as far as three of corn For pure seed go to Geo W Stuarts HAVE you f ver road of Sweden borgs Works If not will yon send me your address enclosing a stamp o two and I will mail you one of his honks FreH State whether you want it in English or in Herman ADOLPH ROEDER 80 Cleveland St- tiMjly Orange N J My agency insirrrs against fire wind and storm best old reliable prompt paying companies non W O HINTON Agent EGRAVING EMBOSSING in fact every thing that is done 111 the printing line executed at this office THE York World ThriceaWeek Edition Read Wherever the English Language is Spoken The ThriceaWeek World was a success in the beginning and has steadily grown ever since Time is test of all things and has set its seal of approval on the World which is widely 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Isaellseu PHILA FOR A HOME TELEPHONE The BOURBON Hour is a home indus by home people managed by people and is the latest and most upto date Telephone service Try one for one month and you will be convinced of its superiority over all others There You can transact private business over the HOME PHONE with the assurance that other people does not hear you Now Is the Time A new Directory will be issued from this office in a few days so if you want to get your name in it subscribe at once I b o r- rkyll Serle BOURBON 1 tryowned IIIr CROSS TALK If i- soM T I YOU DONT HAVE TOGO WEST- But if you are thinking of doing so keep before you the fact that the Henderson St Louis Railway is making Low RoundTrip HomeSeekers and Settlers Rates TO THE WEST AND SOUTH WEST Also Low Colonist Rates to California Montana Idaho Washington Oregon British Columbia and other Pacific and North Pacific Coast Points Ask us for Rates L J IRWIN i General Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Waw cc One t ascara IN THE 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2 in 230 3 Elnora dam of Bay Victor 230 4 Winnie Constance dam of Ethel Ray 221 5 Mudra dam of Black Walnut sire of 1 dam by Sentinel Wilkes 2499 Son of 519 SIRE OF Ballauce 212 Frank L 214 14 in 230 dam of 6 in 230 by Pretender 1453 Son of Dictator 113 SIRE OF Salem 209 Hermitage 219 219 25 others in 230 by Gov Sprague 220 SIRE OF Charlie P 211 Sprague Golddust 215 King Sprague 216 and 36 others in 230 DAM OF McKinney 211 Edna Simmons 212jSmith 213 38 others in 280 by Hamlet 160 SIRE OF Loretta F 3 183 1 A V Pantland and 4 others dams of Cicerone 212 Foggy 213 Bourbon R 215428 others in 230 by L I Blackhawk 24 ASHLAWN 2 24 will make the season of 1903 at Brooklawn Farm two miles east froinJHutcbjson Station L N R R at- E Paris Kyi Rural Route isf Lox Phone 698 lenn I 1 GeoWilkes 1 Rosa Fallett t l 230 I Mudrona I XNSURE i lt- SCD BUHBRIDG f La 333 t j i r a a i4 4 226 i sly rc i Phone A Eat u u THE BOURBON NEWS EAMS KENTUCKY i r- i I 28 II c wrrwJii r Ii wc w r awa- v JUNE = CUPIDS ARROW Louis 3 Bedmon and Miss Mattie E Current both of this county were married in this city on Wednesday the 27th by Rev J S Sweeney FOR COMFORT Dr Reeds Cushion Shoes do their own talking Sold by Thomson CANT BE family use a case of Geo Bock Beer cant be beat It is recommended for home use Home phoue 217 btf GEO T LYONS Agt DEATHS- Mrs Sallie Ann Parado died near Clintonville last Tuesday Albert Allen a brother of James Lane Allen is dead in Lexington Wallace Darsie the fiveyearold of Elder and Mrs Lloyd Darsie died at their home in Chicago Thurs day night He had never recovered from the effects of scarlet fever which he had here about a year ago Mr and Mrs Darsie Lave the sympathy of their many friends in this community Mis Ida Darsie left Friday to attend funeral FOR FAMILY case of Lion Bottle Beer should be in every family It is recommended by the doctors for delicate women Order a case from T F BRANNON Agent Do You WANT TO BE HAPPY Well just put in a Home Telephone and you have obtained not only happiness but genuine comfort tf MISSION WORKERS MEET The Eighth district of the Christian Board of Missions comprising Bath Bourbon dark Montgomery and Harrion coun ties were in session at Winchester last week The boards work is principally- in Eastorn Kentucky and fully 40000 has been spent in the past year for Fchool purposes QUICK Home Tele phone Company for quick service knocks the persimmon Hello Number please and you are connected with the one desired tf WHITE Rock Lime by the barrel cart ior wagon load There is no waste to it and its pure white GEO W STUART COMING TO KENTUCKY Major Gen Bates commanding the Department of the Lakes has announced that he will to Kentucky to inspect the two sites proposed for the mobilization- of the national militia According to him the site should contain at least 20000 acres and if possible as much as 30000 Both of the sites near Louis ville are slightly in excess of 20000 acres and to could readily beadded the requisite area to bring them up to 30 000 acres FoE contrite pavements and all kinds of cement work see Geo W Stuart NEW ASSISTANT RECTOR The Rev Robt C Caswell of Versailles has been chosen assistant rector of the Christ Church Cathedral at Lexing ARE You FOR HOME INSTITUTIONS Then have a Home Telephone put in at once The Home Telephone Company iscomposed of home people who have invested their money in this enterprise and so long as they are giving you the best service that tan be given by far to any other company you should encourage them by putting in one of their phones tf SOMETHING CHOICE If you desire something choice in the way of old Whiskies and Wines call at the Hotel Bar 2m2t Claimed They Snubbed Him Fighting Joe Wheeler the dashing cavalry leader of the South in the war between the States was persona non grata at the recent Con federate in New Orleans be cause he appeared in the uniform of a General of the United States Army Heretofore General Wheeler has divided honors with General John B at Confederate re unions but there were honors for him at the New Orleans gathering The old soldiers of the Lost Cause resented the appearance of General Wheeler among them in the uniform of blue and they made him keenly feel their resentment The kickers have hurt themselves far more than they have hurt General Wheeler Kentucky Fair Dates The following is the list of Fair dates for this year Richmond 6 days Crab Orchard 22 4 days Georgetown July 28 4 days Cynthiana July 29 days Danville August 4 4 days Madisonville August 4 6 days Lexington August 10 6 Fern Creek August 18 4 days August 4 days Shepherdsville 18 4 August 19 4 days Shelbyville August 25 4 Elizabethtown September 8 Bowling Green September 15 4 Kentucky State Fair September 21 6 BEATFor USEA c SERVICEThe 4n either ton cn superior Gordon no i 4 r Lawrenc 4 Ow Wit 1 Pun p I R 4 come Windsor reunion July K THE TABULATED VOTE The State jjJxecutive committee met in Frankfort Saturday and tabulated the vote cast in the Statefprimary of May 9 The vote cast for Gov Beckham was 104638 and the scattering votes for Hendrix and others bring the total up 105000 The committee directed the issuance of certificates of nomination to the successful candidates the ladies combining comfort with the newest and most ex clusive shoe ideas at Thomsons SUGAR CANE will stand the drought and now is the time to sow It is one of the best of stock foods For pure seed go to Geo W Stuarts A JOY Home Telephone- in your business house and residence is certainly a joy forever You get quick and besides you know that there are not a dozen other people listening to your conversation with a friend tf LIVE STOCK CROP ETC A peculiar disease seemingly a brain affection has killed several horses at Fairview- S C Carpenter of Millersburg sold 50 high class horses at the Brady Union Stock Yards in Atlanta Ga at prices ranging from 150 to 470 an average of about 265 Mr Catesby Woodford will on June 19th ship a car load of yearling thorough breds to New York by Adams express to be sold in the big thoroughbred sale in that city W H Kerr Sons of North Mid dletownsold Miss Hallie Ermine Rivers the celebrated young authoress of New York two handsome saddle mares for a large sum For the ten months ended April 30 1903 exports of wheat exclusive of flour from the United States amounted- to 100324095 bushels against 137029 459 bushels for the corresponding period of the previous year On the thirtyseven acres of ground devoted to live stock in the Live Stock Department at the Worlds Fair at St Louisa are being built 1800 stalls Two thousand four hundred of these are open stalls 5 by 10 feet The remain ing four hundred are box stalls 10 by 10 feet In additional four octagonal dairy barns will provide 140 open stalls and 28 box stalls Thirty thousand quarts of were picked on May 15th from the patch of State Senator E F in the suburbs of Norfolk Va The work was done by 300 who received 600 for the days work The packing in crates cost 300 The berries were sold to a local firm at nine cents or 2700 and the firm resold them for shipment to the north at a profit of 150 L Rates Nashville Tenn and return 860 May 31 June 1 2 also 19 20 and 4 and 5 Return limit 15 days from date of sale but can be extended- to Sept 30 1903 Account Peabody Sum mer Schools Ashville N C and return 1035 June 11 12 and 13 Return limit June 24 Account Y M C A Conference Tuskegee return 1725 June 23 25 Return limit Aug 10 1903 Account Tuskegee Summer School All the above rates are for the bene fit of the public I What MITCHELL Says j I am agent for the of t the Celebrated Lower Blue Lick Water in Paris and can furnish same by the glass bottle or case The Lower Blue Lick Water has stood the test for 100 years and is the best Give me your order I have largesize Refrigerator as good and new I will sell at a very reasonable price Yours Truly Doctors Eads Anderson OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE OR D D EADS DR D B ANDERSON OFFICS HOURS At office day and 9 TO 12 A M when not 8 TO 5 P M v engaged THOU 441 OLD AKD Ni SHOEsFor FOREVERA Cromwell negroes N July3 Alaand 24and i b I C B MITCHELL r r Democratic service strawberries 100acre and 21 sale t s- y otherwise A For Which All Nations Have Been Searching For centuries overy civilized nation has been searching for a lost jewel without success Sometime a clue would be discovered only to be lost againuntil the hope of its ever being found has al most been dispaired of This priceless jewel is health But today Dr Burk harts Vegetable Compound the greatest health restorer the world has ever known it is being Fent into every civilized country on earth In 1902 8756000 persons were treated Eighty per cent of whom were cured If you suffer from Rheumatism Constipation Nervousness or any disease of the Blood Liver or Kidneys yon can be cured by this great remedy 25 cents All druggists FINE OLD WHISKIES At the Windsor Bar you will find 12yearold Tub Fowler 12yearold Tarr and Chicken Cock Whiskies If you want something real good call 2m2t We Allow No House To Undersell Us The continued throngs in tbis establishment clearly prove that the public appreciates our marvelcus values If you read this advertisement you cer tainly must admit that you dont see such values offered elsewhere Read these Specials for Friday 3rj Cts for extra heavy galvanized Iron Sprinklers sizes 8 nnd 10 quart handles securely riveted wired off good 50c value Cts for Improved Wearwell Corset Clasps 5button kind A rp I Cent Wardrobe Hooks 1 J JL doz Clothes Pins White Porcelain Shutter Knobs Gate Hooks Rubber Hair Pins Fabers Rubber Tipped Pencils A A Cents BoV of Tinware XXJL J Menders H Bottle and Box of Royal Shoe H Polish Nickel Plated Tack Hammers 25lb Spring Scale Wall Mirrors t Cts Enamelled Steel Soap Dishes t with drainer Wire Cap Gas Mantles 1 Box of 100 Fish Hooks extra grade Japanese Straw Matting heavy Alluminum Dressing Combs Lawn Sprayers 1 Cent for Flower Pot Saucers 2 sizes to fit 5 6 7 and 8 inch pots not over a dozen to one customer Cts for ISdonble sheet Account or J Bill paper lz inches wide 16 inches long 1 A Cents for a good Buggy Whip J the best lOc whip on the market A A Cents for large Oak Parlor tJ Easels with brass rests Summer NecessitiesI- ce Picks 3c Ice Shredders 9c Fly Killers 5c Poison Fly Paper 16 sheets for 5c Fly Traps lOc Screen Doors and Window Screens the kind that will fit your purse Insect Powder a can 8c 6 Cents for Cottage Curtain Rods finished in Oak with fixtures all complete worth 15c Sale closes promptly fit 5 oclock i Advertised goods not sold by telephone Please come in person GOOD AS NEW We are prepased to Clean Press and Nothing and make them as good as new satisfactory or no charge Work done when promised Prices reasonable Give us a call Shop over Howell Stipps livery Main street THOMAS BROS PRINTING If You Want a Job of PAINTING- OR PAPER HANGING Call Up CE FERGUSON i PHONE 691 if THE FAIR I spouts braced so cannot break 5 6 are TJlE r First OI ss I I LOST TREASURE atop well any E DY s able t e DR E L STEVENS DENTIST Office in Agricultural Bank Building Take Elevator Office Hours toWam 1 1 to 5 p m I Phone 342 DENTIST Office No 3 Broadway PARIS KENTUCKY PORTER SMITH INSURANCE AGENT PARIS KENTUCKY 1 W DAVIS CARPETS WALL PAPER ETC Funeral Furnishings Calls for Ambu lance Attended Promptly Day Phone 137 Night 100 My agency insures against firewind and storm only reliable promptpaying companies W O HINTON Agt WM KERR Plumber and Gas Fitter Next Door to Rassenfoss Restaurant in the Singer Sewing Machine All kinds of work in my line done promptly and dispatch Main Street Paris Ky TELEPHONE 336 CHEAP COLORADO SUMMER RATtS Commencing June 1st the Burlington Route makes remarkably round trip summer rates to Colorado and Utah resorts Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Glenwood Spring Lake City The daily rate is about half rate except from July 1st to 10th when it is even less than half rata Oheap to Minnesota Resorts Daily Commencing June 1st a trifle more rates for the round trip to St Paul Minneapolis and all the beautiful localities Oheap to California July 1st to 10th only 5750 from St Louis from Chicago to Cali fornia and return and from August 1st to 14th still less rates of from St Louis and from Chicago Only 1100 additional in August for return via Puget Sound and Northern routes through Billings or St Paul The Route for Summer Tours Make inquiries of Burlington Agents for rates routes etc The entire West is embraced in the scheme of dummer rates during 1903 Describe your trip to us It will be a plesaure to advise you fully W M SHAW D P A L W WAKELEY 436 Vine St GenPass Agt Cincinnati O St Louis Mo Four Summer Tourist Line To MOUNTAINS LAKES FOREST and SHORE NEW YORK Only Depot in the City Three Trains Daily BOSTON Only Through Sleeping Car Line CHICAGOPr- ivate Compartment Sleeping Cars Strictly Modern ST LOUIS Three Daily Trains Only Noonday Train Unequaled Dining Car Service Modern Equipment Fast Schedules Trains leave Cincinnati from Central Union Station Morning Noon Night Write for Summer Tourist Book WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Genl Pass Tkt Asst GP TACINCINNATI OHIO- J E REEVES General Southern Agt Railroad Time Card LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE ARRIVAL OF TRAINS AT PARIS From Cincinnati 1058 am 583 pm 945 pm From am 745 pm 823 pm 610 pm From Richmond 505 am 750 am 318 pm From am pm FROM PARIS- V JS fCincinnati 515 am 755 8 To am 1105 am 540 pm 949 p in- To am 538 pm 951 pm To am 620 pm F B CARS Agt FRANKFORT CINCINNATI Arrfrom Frankfort 8 80 Lye for Frankfort 9 80 pm trains arrive tend depart tornIt KStetk IPROFESSIONAL CARDS I 8 J I I 6250 5000 Big I Lexington511 Maysville740 315 1 J am pm Lexington750 Richmond1110 Maysville800 am325pm 542 All F 2 Mc1VIIL LAN FURNITURE with I RouI DEPARTURE OFTRAINS p trim 0 WE HAVE 2 Cars Red Cedar Shingles i2 Cars Cypress Shingles A fine stock of yellow pine Lumber dressed and undressed- If you need anything in our line get our Prices BOURBON LUMBER COMPANYY- ARD NEAR L N FREIGHT DEPOT SOLE AGENTS FOR FLINTOID ROOFING The Best Felt Roofing in the World Needs No Paint Sb II bath C LIMBER NECK and ROTJP CURE Timely use of these Remedies will save hundreds of dollars worth of Poultry every year Price 50 Geeits per Bottle PREPARED BY ICLARKE CO Leave orders for Eggs for Hatching Willis Clarke at Cos CLARKE St SORGHUM MILLET HUNGARIAN COW PEAS QUALITY Chas S Brent Bro I SJJDS SEEDS I PRICEBEST I MARKET a i r + AI iiiIDO WNprices on all Winter Shoes If you need a good pair of SHQESnow is the time to buy them cheap tender feet Dr Reeds Cushion- S are a sure cure Call and see them I am sole agent in Paris I It Agent m s JA i Reduced t Div 1 P01 Shoes t ci TffiOfr4SON 01A = = BLUE GRASS SEED STRIPPERS NOTICE We sell or repair Blue grass seed strippers and combs Wheels for sale buggies painted and repaired 5maylmo E J McKiMEY SON FOR SALE My property known as the Schwartz Lime is for sale On this property is a good rock quarry and several good building lots I also have for sale 1 3 carts and all necessary tools to run said kiln This is a good established business and a fine opportunity good business man to make money Call onjor address JACOB SCHWARTZ Paris Ky DR L H LANDMAN Hotel Windsor S Tuesday June 9 1903 ores PUIU UIUIURlIItUiItKauUUlIillfllL1ll II I rmIIlJIIJ 1 pII II IImIIIIII 1 Hl JL It- I for a ON ALL SEASONABLE GOODS OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE Garden Forks Hose PJain Wire and r Woven Wire Fencing Come and see us if you needing anything in this line We bought them right and can suit you in prices FORD ff r SPECIALS t are CO l 4 9- a