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THE BOURBON NEWS Is essentially a paper for the I Pure in tone it a Nit Companion n in the Family Circle r iJ c 1e s 1 Z THE BOURBON NEWS 0 f r t L r r s J 0 oDY7 it It i 1 to umble 1 J tends T KtlJscause contint au thenewL i ri SWIFT CHAMP Editor and Owner Printed Every Tuesday and Friday TWENTYFOURTH YEAR PARIS KENTUCKY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1904 I x88s ft Established Felix uary a r 1CI1C7rt 1f 7 W j New Suits- We received Friday a new lot of Womens ReadytoWear Suits in Blues and Browns They areinada in the latest and most approved styles and will appeal to women of good taste 23tp33 We are showing some Suits thrt are not so expensive in very desirable styles and new fabrics Handsome Jurs at moderate prices I I f j I t r Childrens Coats We are showing a large and attractive line of childrens cloaks in the newest colors and styles We can fit the little ones of two years ana all the ages between up to fifteen The prices begin at 3225 and go to 15 and the wide variety will make choos ingJeasy 7 order department is at your service t 9ur ail I m Covert Coats Some new ones just in and they are cut in the latest styles and the workmanship and finish is perfect Percale and Flannelette Wrappers Made to fit correctly The styles are neat and they are cut liberally and at the price are cheaper than making at home VV 100 to M y I 81 i r Mitchell 6 Baker LEXINGTON KY Ca8 ell L J TVV i I CCAL t 04 THE BEST OF EVERY KIND THE ORIGINAL SOUTH JELLI60 GOflL Kentucky Coal Cannel Coal Coke and Anthracite SOLD BY ROBT J at THE BEST OF EVERY KIND v j EELY s ter THE SUGAR BOWL A Line of Chocolates Bon Bons Etc That Will Please You j j Calland see us Next door to The Fair EDWIN GRUBBS or lIoM MADE CANDIES ONLY Taffies Public Benefit Sale In orderto close out entire stock of Clothing Bpots Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods etc so that we may enter the Boot and Shoe Business exclusively we will sell our entire stock at r HALF PRICE Sand positive We still have a very fine stock will pay you before stock is closed After present stock is closed out eve will handle j the best grade made A call will Respectfully I NEFFRNI P Next Door o Jake Schwartzs Saloon r and it I ishoes conVince you MAIN ST PARIS KY t K l Y u a 0 our 1 A ti- rt r les Sales visit us J Public Sale OF Stock Farming Imple ments c Nov 2D m AT 10 OCLOCK Having decided to quit farming I Gano Hill turnpike in Bourbon coun ty 4 miles Northwest of Centrevilleand 2 miles Southeast of Leesburg the fol lowing stock crop etc 90 shocks of corn in shock 1 stack of oats 7 stacks of hay 1 farm wagon in good condition with newframe 1 sled 1 double cultivator breaking plows 1 Vulcan plow nearly new 3 righthand breaking plows 1 two year old steer 1 extra cow and steer calf 2 milch cows 4 extra heifers 50 young ewes extra thoroughbred Southdown rams Po gilts 3 sired by Dr Huff mans registered 2 Poland China sows 80 shoats splendid yearling Po landChina boar by Dr hog eligible to register 1 brood and work mare some 2 gates 1 water and barrels Linseed oil and paint some tools in good condition N at the same time and place I will offer for sale my Farm of135 Acres in Bour bon County Well watered and with new to bacco and stock barn new cistern and corn crib stripping room convenient 2 room tenant house and all in except ten or eleyen acres in wheat and twenty sown in rye 1 yearling gelding by Gay Chief some pieces of harness 1 brood mare 1 new buggy new set show harness some hog troughs and houses some single and double trees stretchers etc 1 cart and harness in good condition 1 two year old sired by Happy Sing and out of an Onward mare some other imple ments usually found on a farm Terms on real estate made to suit the purchaser Terms on personal property made on of sale For further information call W O Shropshires residence 499 X East Ten n iMe Georgetown connec fo A Oil Tuesday exposeto 2 j breeders and picKed 2 two year old som r onIJ 1 f i h jt I j I 1 z wagon fenced VVV- MILLEESBUBG Mrs C M has returned from Lexington much improved W A Proctor of is the guest of his Samuel Proctor Mr Claude Neal of Newport is fever Mr and Mrs Clarence Miller and Wm attended the funerals Rev G L Kerr left Saturday for Georgia where he be married Wednesday Miss Elizabeth Thompson of Chicago is of Mrs Brown T Thanksgiving will be held Mrs Yamoh of Mexico Mo is the guest of her brothers Wm and Layson No 3 Will send for goods Miss Nannie L Best who is teach returned Friday to Stanford LOST Buggy blanket black on one side and black on other side name in white goods in corner Re turn to Layson Tarr for reward other eatables in of church on November 23 S L Phillips delivered 700 worth will take orders at any time and also 2 in gold for the best dozen of yellow corn at our coal office on Saturday Nov 26 STEWART COLLIER Give Her a Crowded House The theatregoers of Paris will on evening Nov 25th have a treat gladden their hearts Primrose the above and his efforts to secure this little star should be appreciated Miss Thurs ton is a prime the South with crowded houses wherever she Her acts of benevolence to homes for the old exCon federates and their orphans has en deared her to loyal hearts Miss Thurston is small and wonderfully winning her way immediately into of her Her support is first class all being of a class Mr James R McCann an old Paris boy takes the of the old Southern gentleman and wins the applause wherever he appears Mr McCanns wife and Miss Pearl Hammond also pear in the cast Let our citizens turn out enmass for this entertain ment and by Miss Thurston a hearty welcome show also that we appreciate the talent of our home her Just Received I have just received 500 barrels of fancy New York apples These ples are fine for or cook ing and will keep for six months See me before you buy your apples and I will money nov22tf Louis SAiosmN THINGS TO Cook AT COOKS If your cook wants nice things to cook see Cook Oysters and all kinds of dried fruit received B MrsENealSaturday StLouisLays n LexingtonMonday byRev toLouis upwithoftheir PresbyterianChurch bas ment WClarks goldfor sIpbookingMissfor ars ma es saveYou j es son sermon Confederate an GASOLINE ENGINES r I t it J i r 6 t r r n r t Stationary Portable and Simplicityj Efficiency HORSE POWERS FEED CUTTERS STUDEBAKER and AVERY WAGONS BY ISWilson Bro Bank Side House Parls Kentucky f rtI Pumping f i j Unequaled for andJ j J j f Row t fr4 J ift tp f L ItS I it 1h I FR SALE 8 Nortli Coati t R rt- at S ii T UP BUSINESS OWN J5 TOO ir To competitors 7 Want the Best v burns brighter gives more heat and leaves less ash than any f x than any other on the market Write Call or Telephone f PEED Both Phones 140 Retail Yards South Maiii J I I I I- 1f1 t fI jJ 0 t T 1 t ifIi y f4y BUILDIfTG r1jO t J J oI lr3BIDSY Lr t AIffJi H YE i r rf i t r t GOATi 77 f r I rID0DSON S itt T 4OUR f run our down But our F t = OFFICIAL COUNT CORRECTED DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY BOURBON COUNTY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1904 7 r1 i 1 1 PREOINOTST i ScJ Sheriff hUlk II County Attorney IlKeprestvlj Assessor II Jailer ilBcnICo Juptll fJudge our qy Pars No1 69 75 70 75 129 1265 60 11 9 63 75 70 73 115118 No2 76 66 212 23 120 52 16166 55 14559 37 iParIs No 3 53 8265 65 19 43 57 12 10 113 69 63 63 71 26 103 116 Paris No 4 112 67 82 94 143 18 81 68 5 149 b8 8h 105 71 32 133 185 t 6 60 47 J03 D3 18 86 87 4 14 115 102 B 101 44 17 122 87 Paris No 6 29 2D 27 29 44 6 14 28 4 41 23 30 9 42 42 i No 1 1 51 1M 21 145 31 73 66 33 108 84 86 53 1f 118 51 138 34 180 40 76 39 3 80 96 47 106 48 109 35 171 119 r 1tNorth No 1 21 211 79 194 15 95 102 10 17 185 191 47 64 169 55 157 174 North No 2 13 73 f0 52 0 82 8 4 72 58 21 35 43 23 50 66 iJOlintonville No1 81 78 96 63 126 8 52 77 7 80 118 80 69 70 86 24 129 126 tvlOlintonvilleNo2 17 2i SO 18 29 9 14 13 1 6 29 17 18 16 25 10 24 3Q Hutchson No1 9635 120 14 48 233 30 15 11 46 46 46 70 48 80 58 6 lt tn No2 82 53 30 69 25 29 24 2 5 66 28 50 31 50 14 64 M 5a 1 165 59 120 87 125 26 108 45 23 118 61 123 76 117 47 124 10i 58 66 45 92 29 50 13 28 86 26 76 00 1 112 89 182 66 159 84 71 4 142 126 68 40 142 BuddIes Mills NQ2 66 47 4798 31 25 50 5 6 85 39 78 45 66 35 C98fFlat RokNo 1 118 99 185 32 3795 47 30 17 170 139 8U 15a 5841 171 18 i1fFlat No2 54 48 6188 72 1923 8 6 76 38 58 54 4721 flta1 499 142Q i5 11779112172 288 9098 1981808 jt Fiii tc t tcr yl g ly Jf t J 1 Jr 122 27 Paris 140 146 10 135 161 175 137 16 Paris No 89 2 31 23 t Millersburg 1 7 63X113 148 127- Millersburg 02K 157 Middletown 24 34 1 V t ill No 15 w e Oenterv3l1e No 2 57 13 1Q8247 Ruddles Mills No 82 19137 85 z 69 4 Y83 Rock 444 7i irJv 17671141 2270 1381143 186 1705 58- U r t- x r e v1r3 + 1904yid f fi j- t I 2 JOB NEWS Ky1JVJDMJIERi 23 1- h c M x S c- I PARISi wj Increased Activity Indicates Generaf on Arthur Re A Shell From a Japanese w Nayal Gun Exploded a Magai zinc Near the Arsenal fr Washington Nov Thursday cabled thestate department from Chefoo that the sit nation at Port Arthur is extremely critical the outer forts fallen into the possession of the He also states that three Japanese boat destroyers are lying outside of Chefoo harbor and that the Rusr crew of the torpedo boat destroy er are transferring their arms and sup plies to a Chinese cruiser which is posted in front of the Tokio Nov 21 It is reported that t the Japanese after successfully min ing on Sung Shu mountain last Friday Increasing activity along the Shak he river seems to indicate the immi nence of another great battle The Russian feints evident intended to draw a Japanese attack are uniformly repulsedArmy headquarters Saturday receiv ed the following report from Field Marshal Oyamas report dated Novem ber 18 At dawn today a detachment of the enemy made an attack near Hsin gluntun They were repulsed by us Since this mornIng the in the vicinity of Shakhe village have indi rectly bombarded our positions with mortarS and field pieces They have effected no damage A body of the enemys infantry were discovered at Hsiamya and Hsiaoyantzu We them and they fled in confusion to neighboring village The enemy have burnt Huanglashetzu and vil cages to the southeast on the right bank of the River Hun A dispatch from the army besieging Port Arthur dated November 19 says During the a shell from a Japanese naval gun exploded a Russian magazine near the arsenal Our operations against all the forts are proceeding Manchurian At shelled the Huesian engaged in entrench ing east dfy Reiuchiangtun and also Infantry in the rear of the villages causing them to flee in confusion In other directions there is no change to noteChefoo Nov general on Port Arthur was resumed 18 or 19 according to the of persons arriving here Sunday from Dalny They say that the Japan ese are so secretive that it is difficult in Dalny to learn the true facts Ev en the officers detailed to work at the base do not know what their the front are doing 16 a peculiarly heavy explosion phook every ship lying at Dalny The was ascribed to the blowing up of land mines or a magazine COL W C P BRECKINRIDGE The Noted Kentuckian Passes Away Owing sto a Stroke of Paralysis Lexington Ky Nov Wil liam Campbell Preston Breckinridge died at 1140 oclock Saturday night from a stroke of paralysis sustained Wednesday He had been gradually sinking for 24 hours and for that length of time the case had been known tdbe hopeless The funeral will take place at 2 oclock Monday afternoon from the First Presbyterian church with burial in the Lexington cemeteryW P Breckinridge was born in Baltimore August 28 1837 He on of Rev Robert Jefferson Breckinridge He was a graduate ot Center college University of the Central University of Rich mond anti Cumberland university of Tennessee He entered the confederate service and became colonel of the Ninth J en tucky cavalry and commanded a when it He served in congress from 1884 to 1895 from the Seventh district of when defeated for the nomination Since that time had devoted his attention to editorial work Decapitated Body Found i Shamokin Pa Nov 21 Hunters near Hickory Ridge discovered the nude and headless l of a man con taming five bullet wounds Search is being made by the police authorities for the It is supposed the man was decapitated after being shot to death r Queen Dowagers Birthday Rome Nov 21 The Queen Dowager Margheritas 53d was celebrated Sunday throughput Italy by a display of flags bunting and in various other ways The United States cruiser Cleveland hoisted her pennants Will Enter the Peace Conference Rome Nov 21 It is officially an nounced that Italy has agreed to take part in the new peace conference tV fje held at The Hague as proposed by the States It reserves only the question of the date of the and the program iady Cufzan to Hfghcliff Castle London NQV 21 Lady Curpn by a special train Sunday from Wabner to Bournemouth where she p n4 the winter at Highclff tbe tow Sne the Journ well iANOTHER Bm BATTLE rrl at- One is Port s ned 1 18Consul Japanese occupied a counter carp I enemy shelled Ii bombardmentthis as prearranged headquarters noon we infantry 21The report at 21Col wash he y missinghead irt1day 1 meeting was r Immineli Attack General Fowler torpedo j ian Russian consulate s afternoon from attack November comrades November explosion 1 Louisville brigade surrendered Kentucky liesas anniversary and r l United Taken taken will s1 C1U fet Church a ariile outside bore eY k r- f a An event that cannot fail to prove of interest to every housewife in Bourbon County The unusual warm weather finds us with an immense stock of Dry Goods of every de andwhich we propose to clean out with a rush We have gone through our entire stock have cut prices in many instances below eost and now invite you to share in this remarkable Mill End Sale J 1 i t t f j j i r SIM NiPA I MIII SALE 1k script an r The Opening of this Sate Begins Dress G6otls Offerings in Dress Goods at this 2500 yards Tricots all col ors regular 25c quality Mill Sale f9o- v 950 yards 50 inches wide all colors lar 75c quality Mill End Price 48c 52 inch Broadcloth Black and all colors best 125 quality in the country Mill 790 50 Novelty Dress Patterns no two latest regular 150 per yard qual ity Mill End Price 119 150 Cravenette Mill End Price 119 175 and 200 Cravenette Mill End Price 1139 250 quality Cravenette v 175 Hosiery For Women and Children at prices that will please the rs Ladies extra heavy fleece A2o J II Special leg desi s Allour Yip I i All our quality 35c Silk Fleeced y Hose MiUEnd Price 21c Underwear If you are fair with yourself not make a purchase with out seeing the bargains in this de partment Ladies Ribbed Fleeced Vests and Drawers regular 35c quality Mill End Union Suits 75c quality Mill End 1 42o Extra Fine Ribbed 150 quality Mill End Price 119 Flannels 500 White and col ored 5c quality End Sale 21c 250 yards White and pool ed Flannels 50c MIll End Sale V 3 Te Ribbons v jr Handsome Autumn Ribbons at prices that we know has not been seen before 25c and 22 rice Union- S its Q or I t t I i Price c Flannels Mill alitY + lthjMonday Nov and will Continue to I 7T Satur ayNovll frtl I j Suits Skirts Rain and FursCloaks Coati 75 pairs 10x4 Blankets Mill End Sale 48c 50 Pairs 100 quality Mill N End Sale 69c 50 Pairs 150 quality Mill End Sale 119 50 Pairs 200 quality MIll End Sale 159 500 All Blankets Mill End Sale x34S- 600llWool Blankets Mill End Sale 458 CoinfoHs All 200 and 250 Corn forts Mill End Sale 169 Bla1ftet J c 50 Cloaks regular 500 and 600 quality Sale 1 vi j25 Cloaks regular 750 800 and 900 quality Mill End Sale 7 698 25 Cloaks regular 1250 and1500 quaHty v Mill End Sale 998S Regular 1500 Suits Mill End Sale 9987 Regular 2000 Suits Mill End Sale 1475 50 Fashionable Tailor Suits Traveling SalesmansUk Samples will b0 sold manufacturers prices 25 Skirts regular price 350 450 Mill 298 28 Skirts latest styles regular 600 and 700 Mill End Sale 498 500 Fur Scarfs MiU End Sale 398 1000 Fur Scarfs Mill End Sale 750 1500 Mill End 1148- f2000 Fur Scarfs Mill End Sale 1598 2500 Fur Sjearfs Mill End Sale V 0 150 Quality Cliildrens Fur Sets Mill End Sale v Li 119 Mill End Sale v 300 Quality Qhildrens Fur Mill End Sale t V v 2f48 Quality Childrens Fr Sets Mill End Sale r sl98 Mill p i 400and End Sale 0 Fur Scars Salei t 21 t 200 Quality Cbildreris FurS ts l 159 Sets I f 500 il hf i h1 1 I a End F I f t LINENS and Red Table Linen 2 2 and 3 yard lengths regular 35 quality Mill End per yard 7Jc White Damask 2 2 and 3 yard regular 35 and 40c quality MIll Sale per f x27Jo 2 and 3 yard lengths fSgular 60 and 75c quality j 8c 2 by 3 yard lengths Satin Damask regular 125 Mill End Sale 79o 1 TABLE and40c 1 nd h 100and I q a rrNAPKINS lengths yar r a Outings 5500 yards Outing Mill v Ends regular lOc quality Mill End Sale 6c Flannelette 850 yards Flannelette jLQc quality Mill Sale 7c3500 yards Eclipse and Ar Holds mkes 15c quality Mill End Sale llc Shoes r 75 Pairs odd sizes 150 175 grade Mill End Sale 119 350 Pairs 25Qgrele Mill End Sale 198 One lot odd sizB 300 Shoes MiU End Sale 219 Bookfolds p io regular t and 200 y Remarkable Values in Trimmed Hats i All our 3fe Trimmed Hats Mill EnS Sale 198 AUX our 500 Trimmed Hats Mill End Sale v 398 AU 600 700 and 750 fHats Mill End4SaleiV AllJ800 900 and 1000 Hats Mill End Sale 98 HATSill 498 D 3tr I 55 Lace Curtains v Cast into the clearings time of all times to buy of former famous sales oolipse4 over again fractions of usual prices prevail and being in a hurry to clear up the stooks sale will long be remembered iby the fortunate buyers will throng our store this coming weeks l 50 pair Lace v Curtains 100 Mill End Price 79 55 200 curtains Mill EndPrice v14il 60 pair 250 300 and 350 curtains Mill End Price Laces and Embroideries 100 dozen Val ularly sold at 25 cts dozen yards Mill End doz I tAU12o quality Laces JMKlITfhiA r 1000 yds Embroideries 10 12 15c quality Mill End Price r 7 l500 yds swiss Embroidery 25 35 and 40o Price 1 silks Vi Judge the character of our offerings during this sale V Taffetta Silk 36 inches wide regular 100 quality Mid k 69 75 yards BlackTaffeta Silk inches wide regular quality Mill vr9r 100 yards Black Taffeta C Silk 36 inches wide guarash vteed against rain and s jot proof regular v 150 quality Mill Price rl19tx 25 plain and fancy silk waist patterns no Mill End Prices X Calico S yards of Calico all colors best quality at 3 per yard as as they last dii ing our Mill End our Lancaster Apron Ginghams Mill End Sale fper yard i 1500 yards Dress v regular 10V U i r t TTV T Sale per yard rt7 c A t ivi Sheeting regular 6ic Mill l r2 Sheeting regular 8J c 2500 yards 8icBledoe Cotton Mill End Sale 1 100 Sheets Bleached Brown Mill End Sale 15Q Pillow Cases ill Sale Each B p andover who o t LacES r ds f Price J4iI l i r e J 1 it t t c j fe 36 125 l t r f O1 quality J 3500 yards Brawn rnd f1ae t I2500 i 161iiCIn ale 1f r al 6i Eat 50Ct I its thM thin a taw 5 r98 Price d L v C a two at w 5 Mill Eiids ten ai Chairs Ends and a Brown 4 Mill tand M- End + There are bigger values titan you would believe at this sale Read eyei y word and accept it as a fact for this wonderful MILL END SALE requires NO booming The plain TRUTH will suffice tp fill our to overfiowdng because like goods Have never been offered so cheap before We would suggest that you come early the lots are small and the rush will be great Yours truly M f store some of very i MA1 S1T H A R R l JMt NI t 0 I C II o i J J F to l J rit 1IIi f0 as you can for I P PARIS t i h q- c J L 0 JONJiTJW p nlSJX S2j J904 3JI J 7 4 tTUE TOV1WB1R XEB BOURBOM TlLIPMOld JKQ pfKitttt OIlY TKESBAY AW FMMY iWlFT CRAMP XXTOB AST Owme T A SIXHOXTHI 100- VATABLV nr APTAYOB Eaferc tto Path Kj pott4 l I Aed 1881 98 YeaContinuous Publication Display adTtrtiMiaent 100 Snob lor ftOcenfr y r kith Mob nbttqaeat insertion deeding notices 10 oeatf pr Xo Nn g reading notiow ia flQ jNNat line each tkwikf calls on c KdidaftM pti similar zsatt r 10 dents per lias ptctal rats for bte 1I GIMI 00 I at I8eftC1oIn matter e O 3 Mob per Qof s UWL 1 i buck typ bin L tNEW ROADWAY EJar 1 fO1l1 svvj r 1 Fast Scheduled Trains ST outs 13 OF THEM AND ALL DAILY 31 I No Additional Charge KM WEBB SSttGE MID QUICK TIlE MM tfdtftt cfMt r O P KcCASTf CINCINNATI o New Absolutely Fire Proof The Royal EUROPEAN PLAN Intersection of Broadway Seventh and 43 Street New York Convenient to Shops and Theatres Jtvef Rodmhas Private Phone and Bath RATES 200 per day and up Special rates to gartfes J HULL DAVIDSON a KenJuckian and formerly manager 01 tkc Phoenix Hotel Lexingtoa LOCAL TIMB CARD nrsFfKor JANUARY u MM Iff FniikforfA V At VLWl SwitMr ntervlll Uaabath Connect at GeorgatowB Tnkm Depot wltk AC Oontreets at Parla Union Depot stacky Central ITniMkfort Unlsm Depot witk laAW XJETWZEN FRAKKFOBT ft CUNOINHTAT VI GEORGETOWN 00 60 Inr t Ar 11 7 21 7 LT Oeoreetowm 35 Ev 8 884 M JCEN FJRANKFORT A CINCINNATI VIA PARIS Arl8IAr Cteefnaatf i Lr 1 xasunxcxr oxxmAL m x POINSB Oyathtena W PTCB and Chml Sapt O P A IHESAPEAKE OHIO RY Df JBFIMJT TOVf 9t ltaa f Upt- MBHa 7STaaa 4 9IMK J 8lm 510pm YOlafea S Trains thtui t nut luidaj other trains rua ti H JL E ParU JCy GSOKQft W 1AEJIBY uet IgI I 1 a Ar1sll tel r t Ay 1 I Mgr llIItfortl Glicinilati RsiluyI ms ri G 1- 1I e U U 1 12 11 2J 7 8 e 1 1 tl1 iM Ztewtown 18 tIo- ooo 17 J21 01 Part fI tO I with X AH Poll 7 S L M O 51 2 Qeoraetoz 25 IIk too i 11 UU tWImenMTU11 115 5 fij III A 7 1 RUXTON TursJI Oft tLMdnm U Oem l1 apm l2a1wtach8lte U iTam Ilia9 kBew Y9rk t tIIbW1MllNfM X i8lJnII01Oi 1 UI tbetween and York wlthoi r tN neefTatinI teanOIl xzaA cocnzs- w Qgj Passie uj 1 MIDLAND ZOUW 1 DAlJPT Summit tt711 Elkboru 1augGroMN 4- 4lJ76 3ohflo11 t Georgetown II5 10 S I u S ktait 9 1- Jo tI I iitL Prukfort MU aI7 Z- 47M 7IA p U 7Q245 ot I 2O- 1Oo a HAzm L I TDW t3Ota 6OSp Aek1Dgtoa 1SIm 9 4 rMtSterlftig I Epmrhfld1 iillzarkd daily L k4exlngto New age Car CAll 41 kLAWh I V The front pantl is quite the newest thing in skirts Most ot the small hats are tricornea or boatshaped turbans The crown is quite distinct from the brim in the new turbans 7 i Tulle Is one of the latest Ideas andJs used in great quantities Ribbon f two contrasting shades Is very smart for trimming tailor hats Coq de roche Is most effective as a relfef note with graygreen and brown Not for years has the separate wrap been sUch an important feature of dress The plush coat put away years ago Is to make its this winter Aigrettes are to be much worn and are of spangled and jetted tulle for turbans Lovely poke bonnets trimmed with Ostrich tips are shown for wee maidens Lots of fire brown and spinach gieen will exploited hT panne velvet and pet This new yetta skin is not nearly as the soft longhaired jfurs It would be difficult not to find atleast jone becoming color in the approved JUst As long as big sleeves remain Invogue the short cape garment will be t9 the Ifore Toques made of velvet leaves and fruit very modish particularly the vine and leaves of the muscatel grape WHACKS And What They Mean When Old Mother Nature gives you on so try and say thank then about finding what you have done to demand the rebuke and try and get back into line for thats the happy place after all Curious how many highly organized people fail to appreciate and heed the first little gentle whacks of the old Dame but go right along with the habit whatever it may be that causes her disapproval Whisky Tobacco Coffee Tea xjr other unnat ural treatment of the body until Illness sets in or chronic disease Some people seem to get on very well with those things for awhile and Mother Nature apparently cares but little whit they do Perhaps she has no particular plans for them and thinks it little use to time in their training There are people however who things The old Mother expects them to carry out some department of her great work A portion of these ones oft and again seek to stimulate then deaden the tool the body by some one or more of the drugs Whisky Tobacco Coffee Tea Mor jphine etc know all of these throw down the same class of alkaloids in analysis They stimulate and then depress They take from man or woman the to do his or her best work After these people have drugged for a time they get a hint or mild whack to remind them that they have workrto do a mission to perform and should be about the business but are loafing along the wayside and be come unfitted for the fame and for tune that waits for them If they but stick to the course and keep the body clear of obstructions so it can carry out the behests of the mind Sickness is a call to come up high er These Ints come in various forms It may be stomach trouble or bowels heart eyes kidneys or gen eral nervous prostration You may de pend upon It when a whack comes its a warning to quit abuse and do the right and fair thing with the body Perhaps it is coffee drinking that offends That is one of the greatest causes of human disorder among Americans C Now then if Mother Nature is gen tle with you and only gives light little whacks at first to attract dont abuse her or she will soon hit you sure And you may also sure she will hit you very very hard if you insist on following the way you have been going x It seems hard work to give up a habit and we try all sorts of plans to charge our ill feelings to some other cause than the real one Coffee drinkers when ill will attrib ute the trouble to bad food malaria overwork and what not but they keep on being sick and gradually getting worse until they finally farced to quit entirely even the only one cup a day Then they begin to get better and unless they have gone long enough to set up some fixed organic i disease they generally get entirely well It is easy to quit coffee at once and for all by having well made Postum with its rich deep seal brown color which comes to the beautiful golden brown when good cream is added and the crisp snap of good mild Java is there if the Postum has been boiled long enough to bring it out It pays to be well and happy for good old Mother Nature then senas us her blessings of many and various kindS and helps us to gain fame and fortune Strip off the handicaps leave out the deadening habits heed Mother Natures hints quit being a loser and become a winner She will help you sure if you cut out the things that keep you back Theres a reason rand a profound one Lookin package fora copy of nriy reappearance be iso becoming J wha k remember a rea ood waste to be selected by Nature to do land Chem- iCal power same attention consideration h rder be are i tfil J Ii ttt 1Jf ft TANA3LZ r 4theres you set i Serious some seem selected each the fimous 1itUbk Th1d 4wavL1li6 I i Frederick the Great statne in Washington The Ceremony Was Marked By Great Military and Official Display The President Made the Principal Address of the Day Washington Nov the white house Friday night President and Mrs Roosevelt entertained at dinner the special commissioners of Emperor William at the unveiling of the statue of Frederick the Great fn this city Sat urday Lieut Gen Lowenfeld and Majj Count Schmettow The building was handsomely illuminated for the occa sion The dinner was given in the state dining room the decorations golden gate and Carnot roses and ferns The United States marine band furnished the music Washington Nov by a military blare of 20 trumpets the bronze statue of Frederick the Great presented to the American people by Emperor William was unveiled afternoon by the Baroness Speck Von Sternburg the wife of the ambassador The weather was ideal The line of march was crowded with spectators Both the war and pavy departments were closed at noon to permit the to in the ceremony The ceremony was marked by great military and official display statue was presented on behalf of the EMPERORS 19At being 21Hailed Saturday officers parti ipate Th THE GIFT Unveiled 0 German The Statue of Frederick the Great Gift of the German Emperor to the American People Unveiled in Washington D C Saturday November 19 tI rtO 7 emperor by his personal envoy tfie German ambassador who made d brief address The president made the chief of the day and accepted the gift on behalf of the American people marks were made by Lieut Gen Chaf fee chief of staff Maj Gen Gillespie of the general staff and master of Lieut Gen Von Lpewenfeld one of the special commissioners sent to the unveiling by the and Charlemagne Tower American Germany Seldom has the national capital wit nessed a more brilliant and distin guished assemblage than was gather ed on the grand esplanade ofrthe army war college around the pedestal of the statue Chicago Nov 19 A memorial to the president of the United and to the American people hasbeen is sued by the Polish Roman Catholic Federation of the United States of America from the head quarters in this city protesting against the acceptance of the statue of Fred erick the Great given to the United States by Emperor William of Ger many and to be unveiled in Washing ton Saturday be memorial charac terizes Frederick II as a despot and declares that the statue should find no place on soil made sacred by the blood of martyrs of liberty Missouri State Building Burned St Louis Nov Missouri state building was destroyed suiting from the explosion of a hot water heater The blaze shot up through the rotunda and the north wing andvrotunda were a mass of flames within 10 minutes after the ex plosion Loss 20000 Will Attend Rough Riders Reunion Washington Nov 21 7President Roosevelt according to his present in tentions will visit Fort Worth Tex in the spring on the occasion of the reunion of the First volunteercavalry Rough Riders Vice PresidentElect Fairbanks New Haven Nov pres identelect Charles W Fairbanks and Mrs Fairbanks who came here for the YaleHarvard football game left Sunday afternoon for New York and will go to Washington early in the week Worlds Fair Attendance St Louis Nov record of admissions at the Worlds fair for the week ending Saturday November 19 shows a total of 552 019 grind total rthcethefopening of the is address R emperor to fT 21The y I Ct 21Vice 21The The 1 y il f c ceremonies ambassador states federations fire re Saturday fair 1 1- I 00 3 I Property to theAmount of Half a Mil ton Dollars Went Up in Smoke Cincinnati Nov 21 Fire caused a loss Sunday in the central part of the city on the south side of Fourth between Walnut and Main streets and also on Main near Fourth approxi mating 500000 It started about noon in an abandoned building in the rear of the Pounsford Stationery Co There was a strong freeze that caused the flames to spread rapidly so that with the whole fire department at work it required several hours to get the conflagration under control and early in the afternoon a general con flagration was apprehended The loss on the several buildings was 140000 distributed as follows Mc Micken estate 75000 Rudolph Wur litzer 40000 Baker estate 10000 Sammet Bros 10000 J Frank Jones 5000 The ninestory St Paul aged about 500 Next west of the 3 Paul building is the 18story new building of the First National bank which suffered no damage But little was saved east of the St Paul building to Main street As the McMicken estate all went to the University of Cincinnati that in stitution is aheavy loser The heavi est losses were on stocks of merchan dise as follows The Rudolph Wur litzer Co pianos and musical 200000 insurance 220000 The Pounsforo Stationery Co A Schwill Sons manufacturer of glassware and bottlers supplies 55000 Queen City window glass t B1G IREINCfN NNATI Jt fives ory stopPed instruments 60000- F 00 04 + works 40000 the Loring Andrews Co jewelry manufacturers 45000 Sammet Brps tailors 7000 Thomas lug Sons tobacco 15000 Benzing er Bros 5000 Block Publishing Co 5000 Kineon Coal Co 2000 Thompson Stationery Co 2000 Geo Schinerhaus Sons tailors 2000 Thata Phi lost 1000 John F Hugo printer 1000 the Cincin nati Blue Print Co 1000 John Hol lands gold pen factory 1000 Among the other losers were George Hauck barber Poland Co real estate and many lawyers and other offices PROPOSED WORLDS FAIR ToBe Known as the SemiCentennial Peace Jubilee Exposition Chattanooga Tenn Nov day the first announcement made of a formal movement to hold in this city in 1915 a worlds fair to be known the semicentennial peace jubilee exposition commemorating the end of the war between the states It is learned that assurances of aid from government and various organiza tions has been secured The follow ing address explaining the nature of he exposition hag been issued From 1861 to 1865 there was in these United States the greatest civil war the world has seen Peace between the states was established on April 9 1865 The year 1915 will be the semicentennial anniversary Chattanooga is the geographical centei of the scenes of the civil war With the great national interest that centers here the United States gov ernment would no doubt contribute generously to such an exposition It has had for years in contemplation the erection of a peace memorial arch at Chattanooga which is fo surpass oT the kind in the world This could be finished and dedicated In 1915 Memorial Held Boston 21 Binder the of the Ancient Order of Hiberr nians of Suffolk county memorial services for the late United States Senator George Frisbie were held in hall Sunday night The hall was filled Pat Crowes Whereabouts Mexico City 21r Pat Crowe for whose capture Cudahy the million aire packer is reported to have offer ed a s tlie kidnaper ofKhis little son risStaBwght i T Ini this city irX JIMTheBeta dressmakerI r 19Fri was s t Services NoV auspices Hoar Fan uil ov l r- k S4I j i ever anything reward 5 S A j CIReiiMSTAfJTI L EVIDENCE KemiirKiible Coinoidtncii WhickWould HAT ICadW Bad Case for Innocent Min I took a late traixi rj business in Kansas City according to the j Star In the was earlier than usual by the who said that a robbery had been committed on the the night and tkat all the passengers would to Some one taken six 100 bills from the clothing of a gentleman who occupied a the of the car ivery section had been takell before he left Boston and as the train had been almost constantly in motion it seemed certain j I said no one had been aboard but the pasf sengers and that none of them had left was proposed to search everybody A man a berth opposite one might easily find that he was a man of reputation In the meantime colored porter who was the guilty one Then the who had refused iobe searched asked the officers to examine his This seemed strange but h insisted In an inside foundi j money ajj the other had lost and in exactly the same denominations put he that under the circumstances evidence WITH DUKES AND THINGS 3NWcomerin Society Who Got Mixed Up with Persons of Title Mrs PorkdolIars has not as yet got over the novelty of riches At same time she not inclined to admit this and it is her great desire relates London Answers that the society with which she is now entitled to mix by virtue of her hue bands wealth think she wa born in the Recently she was at a dinner as was being piloted ingroom to she noticed a hall Do you know who that is she of her cavalier That is Marcus Aurelius was the Oh But can tell me she added prompt ly whether it is the present or Hats for gentlemen are now worn larger must be a size than formerly so as to come down farther on of wearing a head too for ones as goes It dispenses with the implied An English writer tells of a woman of who wondered why the Lord permitted her worthless to live I she said the Lord has an Good News for All Bradford Term Nov 21 Special Scientific research shows to be the father of so many diseases that news of a discovery of a sure cure for cannot fail to be welcomed all over the country And according to Mr J A Davis jbf this such a cure found Kidney Pills Mr Davis says Kidney Pills are all that is claimed They have done me more praise them too much Complaint develops into Brights Dropsy Rheu and other painful and fatal dis show first symptom of disease A mans curiosity never rivals that of that his name appeared in per Smiths PisosCure cannot be too highlyspoken of as a cough W 322 Third Minn Jan 6 1900 The less tenderness a man has in his nature the more he requires of others Jlaheh r t r I 1 Several from BoSton to New York mo I thetheftI W dr objectedI alittle coincidencethat innocenceHow I all Early raw bust on one of the pillars in the answer is it now ejaculated the lady upwith Thatisthe whole it is better than the style suppose betterit IS D dds takenIKIdneyPills es ma yourkidneys a woman some one yesterday cureJAve man in inquired pli remarks pa a J S ting andBwpis of AN i s HII OKLN Promotes neither OmumMorpliine norMineral NOT UARC OTIC Remedy forConstipa Worms Convulsions Jcverish ness and Loss OFSLEEP PacSinutcSignalure of NEW YORK m g sni1 ting therOxhm Re ness andRestContains I SJIr Bl J Ape ecl AVe A1 cWc2zF11cv- A7147pccs Racd AkieI JMedc44zcwd r + Atb months old 35 DOSE J5CEMS f ct copf OF efR U f I y It o r t THE PILLS T t CURE RHEUMATISM Mrs Hcorjr jot Bfc 532 Musfcingdbm Avc 5tiville husband suffered from rheumatism folly not to try a remedy iratii a convincing of SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS back hurt and he had socb in his left arm that he could not rest night or day The doctor did no and it wits not until he triEd Dr Williams Pink PflfeHwt he was helped hnn completely and he asix t had an or 9 We think the pills are iSjbest i Dr Williams Pink Pills I People cure rheumatism because make new blood It ooldbe All Signs FaR in XHX SIGN Or THE JBTB NEVER A TTMJ- BIB ordering Towers a customer writes I knew they will be all right if they the Fish This confidence Is the HW growth of sixtynine Drears ef careful manufacturing c 0 s that 1ecouId His pain Six medicinein forPale I such I cures r a Dry TJmeii I I AILS IN WET SUcked I Aaue loathe I l a I AJ TOWER CO ton US A Tower Canadian Co Limited Toronto Canada 11fl 1 Makers ofWarranted Wet Weather Clothing Misconstrued Motive Calvert Jr I want to commend yo i ij Baity again What do you refer to I understand that when Yabsley criti cised Blabsleys banquet yoit downYes To Suit Herself He Queer a person hasntany say as to he is to v jf She Oh 1 dont know Fve managed to regulate my age to suit myself forsome years Free should be It fills the hearts of the rainbow in the least Baltimore Ameri Lowest Bates Ever Made to Ploridn For Midwinter Exposition and South Florida Fair Tickets will be sold beginning November 15th 19Q4 with 21 See ticket reads via Seaboard Air Xiinev the shortest and best route to and through Florida The man who thinks he is the boss of the house because he is the breadwinner should be taught that he half th j dough of the bread baker Chicago Jour J If for your to a friend MooreCome i l 10 how i 1 vih rainbow h frownedon itlastsCan that snot nil 857 written sa Railway S For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought CASTORIA Bears the Siena of lfcaelnU II Iti Use fFOr Ov Thirty ears CASJURIA fMCn J c 1 1f h t e1 + 1 BOIJBBOIT J a r l 0 I If I I 4 rrHE S 1 rJ NEWS PARK KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 22t904 Itrte and misses Regulation Haw Suits and Coatsi Q Rf f pe Hft exclude Jlgents Tor Cftis Cine The oge fof tlxe Suit and Coat is growing day by day We anticipate jIie demand a great range of these goods v- v A VMCU Cfiey JIre flbsolute Perfect in aKlng v y Regulation Girls and Coats in sizes 2 to 18 years T57C Regulation Girls Blouse Suits in sizes 8 to 2Q years j f Range Coats 500 to J500 Price Range of Suits 1500 to 2500 t and n I o 6rtn i i Bo s r- h J If J l i r Reg nation eat t rice Raincoats at 1200 An Extra Special for this week is of best selling Raincoats kith pleated Back and front and splendidly tailored They ate worth 15 This has been ore of the strongest season on Raincoats ever known aid shows the increased popularity of this desirable wrap Eadics Sweaters at 2 fA handsome new line in either Blouse T Norfolk style Colors Red White Navy and Black I t t our t andS ort fU Zone r Formal Opening For Winter There is good reason for the of this store iILthe fur business Weve had our pick of the choicest pieces from the best furriers in America and we sell them with absolute guarantee that our are the finest skins that can be found anywhere Here are natural minks blended minks rich chinchillas Persian ermines sable foxes Isabella foxes and a host of others fAmong the specials are Sable Fox Scarfs Pelerine shape 10 56in Isabella Fox Peneiiiie hape 10 j i success lambs Serfs Kaufman Straus and u West main Street Co l- j xingtoUtR ntucky1iz = = = ALL GOODS IN PLAIN PRICE TO ALLMARKED FIG R S ONE That totally Different iP J Clothing for Men infer Overcoats for ten and Young Men Extreamly and comfortable that will appeal to the fastidious tastes of r dressers Collars Lapel built by expertsfrom the de inspection Winter Overcoats for Men 1000 to 5000 Winter Overcoats for Young Men 500 to 2500 r ty I signing to it 1 4 Hand worked the last t Manhattan Stiff Bosom Shirts at 99c Each PARKER JAMES Corner 4tl Sltlain ST 3WC IB Paris Kentucky NEWS WORTH READING Fashionable Ready Made Garments AN UNMERCIFUL SLAUGHTER TO REDUCE STOCKS Beginiiing Monday morning we will inaugurated the greatest sale of this seasons choice styles of hundreds of fine garments Winter Suits Cloaks Raincoats Furs Waists and Slam and Ladies Cliildrens Sweaters ever held in Paris These goods must be sold and will be marked at prices that will sell them quick OD II I I r i t et I ABOUT I r 1J i I ittEi F I j arid r Ladies and Misses All Wool Itersey Jacket black worth from 500 to 7c50 3e at Ladies TouiisifCbate 42 incites long and fancy mixtures worth 1250 to be on sale at t Y v Stylish allwool belted back Lourish Coats 8Q and at K J 1 and tan o plain m sale i t t swill offered cloth fro 1500 will that sold for 15 00 oti ry l Here is a chance tc get All off regular price v V fXj7 j i 7 fe Cliildrens nicely trimmed allwool and green sizssfiorn 6 tp 14years 6 to 7 will J y WoEaineoats at greatly reduced prices i TOO Tn nes i S jJL W ftJJL CVIXVL 3 J effects not sizet in every color but every ize in some colorsall to bo closed out quickly 400 d 500 Skirts at 298 750 498 p 1 875 Skirls at Ladies Cliildrens Sweater Tine all yool blouses and Norfolk style an scarlet white navy and black from 190 to 475 J r V t correct at 13 I t lOP ill blue p i About fine blue j 1 io 750t r Io Wool n Suit an style fit an finish t r Zrbel2ne cloak brown worth edat r Skirts choice ortinS eats o fang mixed cloth all t and 050 Skis ts at and aid I tJ I 498mtOFUR rConeyr from 9c MM 398 1250 Foxes 598 tofrom 2498 I I MARR 1M9lI N 1t y trIie 7 0 t t a C k f Col Breckiriridga 5oi W C P Breckinridge lawyer the orator the statesman the Mend died at his home in Lexington Saturday night of 67th year In his death passes the most brilliant of South yes of these United States His memory will live in the hearts of many friends yin son of the noted Pres byterian Dr Robert J Breckinridge and brother of Gen Jos Breckinridge who was an officer in the Confederate Army but recently Major General of Vol unteers in the war with Spain and Inspector General of the States Army He was also a of General John C Breckinridge once Vice President of the United States He was married three times His first wife was Mrs Lucretia H Clay a granddaughter of Henry Clay wife was Mrs Irsa Desha and the present Mrs Breckinridge is his cousin Mrs the widow of Ramsay Wing former Col Breckinridges only Desha Breckinridge is 45 of age and been associated with his father in of law His Miss Sophonisby P Breckinridge who was woman ever admitted to the bar of Lexington Ky or to practice before the of of state His daughter is Miss Curry of Yesterday afternoon the remains of were laid to rest in the Lexington Cemetery The funer al were at the first Presbyterian church at 2 oclock Dr the pastor of that church Dr Rout of Versailles and Dr Thompson pastor of the Mt Horeb church of which he was a member conducted the services The pallbearers were John H Bell T Henry L Martin Elley Blackburn A captain of which jhe entered the ser vice of the Confederacy I AJtf great for the holiday trade expect to have the largest stock of nice holiday goods that I have ever had in fact large consignments are being receiv every Come to my store for your holiday goods and you will not have to go further It J T HINToN County Committeemen members of the County Committee were elected at the respective voting places yesterdayParis 1 H 0 James LyonsParisParis No Grarinon Paris No 5 J Paris No 6 Walter Roberts 1 No 2 Blanton Holt Centerville No Leach Centerville No 2 Jack Leach North Middletown No P Rash North Middletown No 2 Little Rock No 1 Elmer Board man Little Bock No 0 Rogers McIntyreMillersburg ThompsonHutchison Buddies Mills No 1 Thos Current Ruddles Mills No 2 BLACK CAKE Before make cakes for the holidays see me Ihave everything that goes in a black cake or other kind of cake Everything fresh 22novtf Louis SALOSHIN Stringent Rules Adopted tringent rules against newspapers any the editor proprietor or some with the working force to participate in or efits from the annual of the Kentucky Press Association were Saturday by the Executive CommitteeThe decided to hold a midwinter meeting in Louisville the first week an and to to Plorida and probably Cuba after the business seasion is con cluded Equal Bights Association The State Rights association at Lexington Friday reelected all for the ensuing year as President Clay Lex ington first vice president Mrs mond third vice Mrs M S Covington secretary G recording secre Covington Mrs McClelland Brown of made one of the ad dresses of the day th countyHe ly United States Minister Ecuador soil the da I r Br 4e I HalleyAll preparations I e 1g 4Wm Clintonville No Darnab Clintonville IJoe IE 2N actually J follows I presidentI I corresponding I Newporttreasurer I Dead the mind cousin youngest rid e Wand Democratic J Walsh you I immediately Ma a resident I HAVE just received a full and plete line of A E Nettieton and Hanan Shoes Well dressed men should wear either of these brands if want to feel comfortable and stylish I have all l83t GEO WILLIAMS Harrison County Primary Saturdays Democratic primary in resulted in W feating Claud Desha by 32 votes for Clerk R P Blair was nomi County Attorney W G Graigmyle for Jailer F Mason It will take the official count in the race for senator between JE K Rena ker and J T Simon to tell who the county Is Not Poisonous The scare over the socalled al States have taken the matter up for investigation all there is no harm whatever in the little worm whether raw or cooked Great injury has done the the cabbage is hardly fit for food un s by the very strongest andsizes J Kingfor proportionsthat e ch J j rt- o corn carried e but human st3n + T i flT UX1NOTON Is the best place to get every department of House Furnish ings 1 Our goods and inexpensive but not cheap of with a thoroughly firm that is Browning every year better proof of the of our policy to anything that goes right owe it to yourself to get our prices before C F BROWER CO MAIN BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY ASK YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT The WALKOVER SHOE r B OWE Ji f i 1 f i t11al SJI CiIaW q I I I ViR l then satisfaction responsible soundness s GET THEIR OPINIONS We desire to direct your attention briefly to this line v of Shoes for Men in a variety of styles fittings and representative leathers for all We also carry the best Wear a pair and be convinced F FORD SHOE for ladies n We are sole agents for the vy G P Shoe for Ladies f3 i It has the quality neatness A in appearance and the most 5 comfortable to wear Try t l a pair of Fords Cushion Sole Shoes and relieve the foot of that tired feeling k I Y We carry a complete line 5 tn i Shoes from an infants j Soft Sole to a Mans Hunt v ing Boot SV Freeman 334 Main Street Paris Kentucky T a up o tH minute II occasions 0 r i earth c r f w J ford t I j c it r N I oo Shoeon r 1 4 freeman THE fftRIS GKfWD Wednesday Nov 23 OLIVER SCOTTS Bid MINSTREL CARNIVALT- he largest Ngrd Minstxel Company in the World 4O Carefully Selected Artists 40 j I e THE GREAT COMEDIANS THE GREAT DANCERS THE GREAT SINGERS j R N Thompsons Big Military Band Concert Orchestra Watch for the big parade at noon 35 50 cents x The Worm Has Turned Nearly all the suits for breach of promise are women butin one case the worm has turned and it is the broken hearted man who wants golden salve for his wounded affec tions Henry P Seppenfield a sales has filed suit 25 000 Mrs Wood Of for breach of promise She dropped Henry fo ff I PRICES25 I ill Ey B llO J 8fj f tJI i and man f formerly i main n Friday November First here of that Dainty Comedienne and her select Company of players eluding B ana Pearl Hammond in Paul Wilstachs comedy of fie Original Complete Production cessories Seats on sale Wednesday PRICES ascio 150 Call on mts For Part M 2 Jld laidetburstottt in mC R Novena 23 at a m at Yardes Drug Store j J Su rtoJlrl jltini rHet Requisi THE 1lBRIOAN f t iTiRet ali d r iotL JiIoi 1 11 j iJ0 t James anti It e all out and s Buclinio Berth R FRb url before Dec ti- o y 1 = dO u I a Will receive at JB1 Bogador FOR of three or four rooms in center of city 31tf Quite Nobby Just Jin our nobby toes in that tf i FREEMAN FREEMAN FOR concrete pavements arid all lands cement work see Stuart oppL 1ST freight office Hog Killing Remember Laughlin Bros will kill have on the market ribs back bones and tenderloin tf FOR SALE piano Apply at BOURBON NEWS 222t Attention Hibernians are requested to be present at the lodge room on arrangements will be in the euchre EL BOGADOR is the finest cigar ever sold for 5 cents in Paris Goes to Confederate Home l Larkin SJ Watson of Glenkenney- o former member of the Smiths will to the Confederate Home at Pewee on Thursday GOOD THINGS TO EAT Oysters celery r fresh vegetables etc Louis Will Remodel Ir E B Anderson has purchased Mrs Ida Gutzeit her house and lot dn Fifth and High streets for 1950 Dr Anderson will remodel the house into it NICE MACKEREL A con signment of nice messmackerel 7tf Louis SALOSHIN Sale ofHousehold and Kitchen Fur niture I will sell at public auction on November 22 1904 at the home of J S Wilson all of my household and kitchen furniture The sale to begin promptly at 10 oclock W A JOHNSON THE in town Jersey milk fat Current CosOpeiLday and night 182t v T Will Run G White Co will make a of 21500 barrels of Chicken pock whisky this season and the Paris Distillery Co will made 10000 barrels Both will make the First mash about Januarylst LOST Two silk umbrellas crooked Handles initials W L Y Be turn to this office and receive suita 22tf you look for your holiday presents Goods coming in for the No shopworn stuff everything fresh new at our J T HINTON Dont Forget the Bazaar and Wednesday before Thanksgiving in vacant room next The sale will consist of cakes meats breads salads candy and allkinds of fancy articles suitable for Christmas presents FOR Seed Wheat Seed Rye and Seed the best of Jellico Kentucky and Blue Gem and Coals opposite L N freight depot Knights of Pythias Home The Board of Control of of of Kentucky the farm at Lexington as the site for the and Orphans Home Thirty thousand was placed in a Lexington bank to ay for the land as soon as the deed is acknowledged ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES We handle 52 V electric globes 110 v electric light globes and also the turndown night globes WM SAUER Invited to Make the Address 7 The Hon Campbell CantriU of Scott has to deliver the Elks memorial address for the Paris on the first Sunday night in December at the in this Mr Cantrill is a good speaker and if he accepts you will a fine address Power Grocery Co recom xnends El FRESH oysters and celery daily some grape fruit at L Saloshins tf FOR THANKSGiviNG All the brands of fine whiskies under Government supervision such as Sam and VanHobk at lowest Try our 2 per gal VanHook whisky Rock lime by the cart or wagon load is pure is no waste to it I tf STUART WOODPOKD W Q T IT Parlor Meeting The W a T U will have a Parlor Meeting at Mrs Wm Myalls this November 22 at 730 oclock Each member active and honorary is to attend and to a An interesting program consisting of given and silver will be for the Settlement School at Hindman THE famous Hanan and A B Net Shoes in box calf velour andpatent kid are the shoes for well dreesedmento I have size and can 1 in TlIE tJltBOtr NEWS A CORN o 2 tEF S S OKEi RENTSuite J of Too or lard etc They offic part C valry 22tf r f andmove I Tuesday coffe SariS G DONT forget the bi store when a Presbyterian Oo l S art W the Knights accepted tI THE j leading bottled fu WroTE barrel ere asked 1nuSIC I tl ton them t you GE MOWILLLuli 1f t r WAN either town warehouse 1Valk4per ShOe your Wednesday mincemeat w MRs Newt Distilleries run ble reward t r Cigar w wear every a 1 c te t re r S y i s d nd e p = = ec I the bars does Harry Higgins the burglar in ParTs from stealing On Thursday evening Chief or Police Hill a man he said hehad been while in jail of 150 The officers searched everywhere for the but could find it He claimed to have had it in the watch pocket of his pantaloons with a safety pin He also showed a of Georgetown bank where he had de and had after before Chief Hill arrested him morning he was awarded for his finding the money hid in the occupied the burglar Harry It was out the looking glass in Ms dresser Mr Wells all along that fellow took his from him and will get his just dues at the term of court WE are receiving daily a handsome line of for Fall and Winter The latest styles in all kinds of shoes for ladies and gents See FREEMAN FREEMAN FaUmg Oft in Slaughter of of turkeys for the Thanksgiving fallen off in from the number killed last year C S Brent up to this time killed 2000 at their Paris last they killed 8000 for At Millers pens they have killed 152 this year 7500 last year at Carlisle 300 year 7000 last year at ingsburg 1048 this year 10QOQ last year This leaves a crop still in the hands of the raisers and the ton be and the probably flooded with them Christ mas They have been paying 9 cents in the country for The special train spoken of 300000 pounds from that city must turkeys have been shipped from there up this date BUY your Thanksgiving order from James in the market for Thanksgiving Best oysters in the at 35c per qt All kinds of fruit and vegetables Pish you know who the best mackerel Pompano Mackinaw trout large yel Salmon Home phone 257 A Brutal Murder Ed Taylor John Taylor and Smith negroes entered Gao on North Lime stone street Lexington about six Oclock evening with in their hand with the Mil all of the white proceeded to fire promiscuously j backed out door flourishing their weapons and daring anyone to follow them smoke had cleared away William Moore a white man was found dead on the floor and the saloon fixtures were wrecked by the bullets It was unprovoked and cold blooded leaves a wife and ten children and it is said recently moved to Lexington from county A soon formed to negroes but were persuaded by the to Great in Lexington until early Monday SEASONABLE GOODS Pure Country Sorghum New EvaporatedPeaches 222t BAIRD TAYLOR Well Under Control Meteer on whose farm natural gas in apparently large titiejs was days ago has about gotten the under control He has inserted a one and a quarter inch with a check valve and whenever he wants to to his barn at night he turns on the gas and it lights entire lot A number of capitalists have visited Mr Meteer with propositions to develop the well but he has not arrange menu in regard to it so far I Air better prepared this year ever to trade and am already receiving the goods See me before you 1t J T HINTON Official Count Committee and is given in table on our first page is a little differ ence figures furnished the subscribers of Home Telephone Co Mr Clarence L the hustling and popular manager he evening of the This com pany seems to nave been with new life since Mr taken charge and is mosfc satisfactory service to its patrons Thanksgiving Services Thanksgiving services will be held in Church Thursday morning at 1045 oclock will be preached by Rev J S Malone of First Presbyterian Churoh Mrs sing at the services Rev Father E A Burke will hold the usual Thanksgiving services at Catholic Thursday You can need for your Thanksgiving dinner 22 1t BAIRD Attempted Suicide Ad Casey aged 28 attempted suicide in Sunday morning by shooting him near W Tom Casey was defeated at in Harrison Saturday for County Judge 38 the defeat of his V of the young gID l ourt safekeeping officersthought tokeepdili- gence young Higgins r gentlemen he ThanksgiVing market cop ThanksgivingI sky market- I by Lexington papers carrying authority Jim f excitement Gas liam n than primarye Humberthas sermon t OR nd thee I j1 f ii 1t i J rT I pos bu s J tilDOnt stop YilnhY behind at robbed some coining Turkeys Bro have rg pistol- S finals lion qua str o an TAY7 the Over father a cause ffii1r y vX S l y e g s g t ell na = = If T quite ill gastric Mrs Geo M Hill has returned from a visit to friends at Louisville T Lilleston Harry T Noonan Cincinnati is guest this week of Carl andTom Wilmoth Mrs Carrie leaves todayto visit her daughter Mrs Wilmoth in V Capt E F JSpears and family will Mrs L O Moore and son have returned to Detroit after a of several weeks to Mrs S M Wilmoth to spend the winter Miss Gertrude Renick returned Saturday night from several weeks Mrs Princess Long gives a con in this work We understand thatrequest of a large number of friends she will soon of her concerts in this city Sauers Suggestions For Thanksgiv ing Dinner Before ordering your Thanksgiving dinner over the telephone me what you wan and itbe promptly deliveredx New tomatoes egg plant curley lettuce radishes young onions ish onions salify cauliflour celery turkey and canned cranberries apples pears bananas Concord and grapes fresh pineapples dates kinds of fruits Florida limes WM SAUER Notice I will be absent from office for about 10 days Due notice will be given of my return Respectfully DR J BLUE points on halfshell steaks chicken deviled crabs Sad die Rock oysters ve lobsters etc at Newton Courrent Cosi DEATHS Cain aged about 38 circle of friends He had held the office of Street Commissioner for sev eral and was regarded as efficient officer He only been confined to his bed a few and the announcement of his death was a shock to his many friends Mr W Williams aged 62 years formerly of Harrison county at at Sfc MK Thursday Burial took lace Grove cemetery Friday the services W E Ellis Mr Williams was a brother of Mr J J Williams of this city Mr B F Wall a countyagedstomach at his home on Saturday He was buried at Mid dletown yesterday Turkeys Wanted x I will the market price in cash for turkeys on foot de livered in Paris Call us when you want firstclass fresh Both CoOppThe latest Just in our nobby toes ini that WalkOver Shoe tf t FREEMAN FREEMAN r and Miss Ella Maffett were mar Saturday Rev Sowers perform Mir is the popular liveryman of Eighth street Will Close On Thanksgiving The coal willy be closed On Thanksgiving Day SONS J S BRO R J NEELY i PEED DODSON IBTHS to the of Mir Luczts the feather a son jT To the wife of Henry Olay formerly Miss Nellie a son Good Things o Eat r Old country ham dressed turkeys roast rabbit chicken at Current Co7s it I just received the swellest lines of Winter that I have ever had A E and the famous Hanan are the Sloes for Cant be beat Everybody knows that I sell them 183t GEO IVICfyTTTTATVTg Horse Dropped i 5 B Kenney rural snail carrier on 2 had his horse dead C P COOK has just received the largest shipment of grocer ceived at one tune Paris will have for Thaiiks v222fc Corn Four hundred 400 barrels of corn Jf T T TT JY ii f c i S Lebanonis I winterhome motherMrshave to Los Angeles Cal stOpon Shehas I n AN- i i ike Sundaywellknown n G L were c rtd ctedat the ve by Rev Sr prominen y t 4 tt MARRIAGES L ft s ned Palace Hotel rds 15 I W lt af I his city HAVE s ton Deadr yesterday lat ever xe we t 0 c c K W Ii rc pr0 r i i i FEONALS M Thompson with Lindsay one b one an Year a meat waiter Martin at the she Wu soN SxUART r 1 renovator Newt Nettl to grocer everything you want Wanted t y i 14 k- h y s a rd + Frank iCoLeaders of Style and fashion I For ladies Misses M Children Is in detail and is j of the attention of the throughout Central Kentucky quaJIt fit and 4 0 as low as considerate with firstclass materials and workman J ship Suits choicest selections from the hands of best tailors Sizes for Misses from 13 to 18 Ladies from to 42 Other sizes on special order without extra charge Suit and For Children and Misses in Blues rind Browns Rain Goats Are more popular than ever this season and great demand We are constantly receiving the newest the best maters Prices S 10 1250 up Tourist Coats In Fancy and Rain Proof Materials and Plain Cloths CLOAKS WAISTS SWEATERS Special attention paid to Telephone and Mail Orders 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Guaranteed PRICE GOMPANY I oIlS I I r FRO I 250101500 ti 1 T H I E R 1 t fi 1 a pa less Rubber Coats r G L05 S r k 4 4 l B YOt NEWS KY NOV Elt 3 t T5 THE PARIS 1904L 1 n J HALE Out from the My feet today In the qld old way Followed the path they wandered Long years before my hair grew gray Down to the Pembroke hills Where Of the berryvines And and Ivy the old spot fills And the schoolhouse wall I sat and heard them call Haa jey over And then on the other sido V The childish voices cried Tr Listening to them so thoughts today Went far away Vv v And pictured the scenes of the long ago When the same old game I usedto play And the tears unbidden came For faces long forgot Hovered around spot And sitting beneath the wall I herd and Spider and Wllter call Haa ley over T off on the other side rrIt seemed niy own voice cried Oh to be back again old Way S but a day I To follow the cowpath through the lane For a mock fight under the hills With Have a care And Thats no fair While goodnatured shouts the old yard fills f Oh to be under the wall With the ball in my hand arid call Haa ley over The dear old friends reply Under Maud In Youths Compan ion OVER city dIn tang d under I V i Under My r t th tinc stInedc i nd r I Under o that For j nd intoned to a minor cry Rt Burto1 in- S S f F Chips 1 1 LittleFrance A ROMANCE OF THE THE GREAT LORD HAWKE WAS KING OF THE SEA X X X BY CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY Author of Commodore Sul Jones Reuben James For the Free of the Sea etc I i DAYS WHEN I I L 1 5 Copyright 19Q1 by D Appleton Co New York of course monsieur gets dutside answered JeanRenaud smiling Has monsieur any mands for me V None replied Philip as the old sol dier withdrew The deft Anatole who seemed familiar with the habits of Englishmen quickly arranged a bath laid out a uniform from his new his personal had been sent him through the Mndness of de withdrew Hastily Philip dressed himself and yet with unusual care by the way and descended to the hall Finding the door open he entered the The song had ceased and the two maidens the dolls lying neglected in their laps were engaged in earnest conversationAnd think he heard the smaller say that he would bje my knight Mademoiselle he is there Josette springing fo her feet in much confusion as she observed Graftons approach The other girl turned her slightly saw him advancing and as if to mark the difference between the mistress arid the maid rose slowly and calmly to her feet In spite of her Dignity her little heart beating furiously The dolls fell neglected to began that morning Graftbn bowed profoundly before her and as she returned his saluta tion with a sweeping courtesy he looke curiously at her So this was the Breton rose She was a small slender pale little girl between 13 and 14 years old and rather in appearance Too old to be playing with dolls certainly Her head was crowded with a mass of hair blackas a ravens wing which fell down her back in a heavy braid tied with a scar let ribbon A pair of rather long arrias t in long slender stretched from her immature sloping shoulders Below the skirt of her dress two long thin less dropped into dainty sUppers Phillip was something of a connois seur and he scanned het carefully and swiftly Her eyes he thought were good and blue he cou d see in spite of thet dovncast strange bination of black hair pale face and blue eyes unusual but striking Her 3iands he noticed and her feet harming Aa for the rest that would come in time She was a maiden of much promise he Mademoiselle he respectful My have I the addressing the Chatelaine of jjosselin the young Countess de Rohan f monsieur answered the sirl pimply lifting her to his as she jHe started Tnsprprise before their ideepV viblctt splendor the eyes of a Voman in the face of a child Good heavens They were glorious de xidedly this was promising You are the English milord she queried gravely f Neither the one nor the other 3aadenaoi elle he answered smiling at her frank question L was boru in Aaerica Ah cried the girl brightening mother came from Til a great land rhe jcrffte t the sun shines upon CHAPTER VLCONTINUED vided wardrobefor Kersaintand garden exclaimed I the ground The end of theIr reign jI Ucate 1lajds short lidsa were small ev n then J said pleasure ot Yes eye Y th retu i A Tr corn- S masters baggage ten head- was corn- S decided S r5nswejeGrf iitur zmj iwt3 w here he returned gaily A And monsieur is not a I6rd There lords in America x Npt even a knight Not yet unless I may be your knight mademoiselle You hear Josette cried the girl turning delightedly to the other wa wont have to play any more that you are a knight Monsieur says he will be my knight So few gentlemen come here monsieur we see no one she went on with a stateliness and ease which quite belied the ragged doll at her feet the Persian dolls by her side the short dress and general air of un formed and undeveloped womanhood about her Monsieur le Marquis is course And Monsieur de Kersaint who was a friend of my fathers comes sometimes and the masters of the dance and the masters the music and the masters of the art and all the other tiresome masters and JeanRenaud so that I lim glad to find a gentlemen Monsieur is gen tile of course I hope so mademoiselle I trust mademoiselle may find me sot at any rate n Monsieur looks sor Is it not so frankly continued child Ohindeed yes mademoiselle the embarrassed but maid I do not doubt monsieurs breed ing but a maiden motherless like I monsieur must be very careful how she takes a knight without finding out ill about him you see Monsieur family is old Very old mademoiselle answered the young man smiling at the little comedyMonsieur is an American and America was only me seeTtis scarce 300 years since is it not Josette Yes mademoiselle certainly an swered Josette still agreeably though she knew nothing about it But my family was English long before that time mademoiselle and Norman before that I Oh you are part French then My heart is all at least since I have met you mademoiselle Now that is nicely said You are tres gentile indeed sir and your is as old as the de Ro hans though Mademoiselle is anythirig so old As to the age monsieur there is no doubt but as to the other there are only grandfather and myself Jeft 1tY otr r are IlO I I hereof f Jos the acquiescent 1 discoveredlet Grafton F family oldnot so beautiful as de 1 S f tte exclaimed concurring answered S ench Or th Rohans ON THJ3 LITTLE BALCONY OVER LOOKING THE SEA and I am sure he is not beautiful though hes very wise and so good that I think him lovely As for me she regarded herself mourn fully looking from her dainty feet at her long bony legs her flat chest she even seemed introspectively tpbe surveying her own countenance in the mirror of her memory She shrugged her shoulders at last and Philip inter rupted her meditations by saying Mademoiselle il think you charm lug v V But you monsieur she responded if you are to be my true knight and servitor must think me beautiful Knights always do that in the you know Tis an easy task your ladyship lays upon me hereplied gallantly If I am set to no more difficult undertak ing than that to prove my devotion I shall be lightly treated 7 Oh of course I shall find you harper things to do than that I have a knight who will not do great things for me Ah here comes JeanRenaud he continued Well monsieur sergeant will you break lance honor of Mademoiselle de Rohan Sir cried JeanRenaud ik surprise I maintain that she is the most beautiful lady in Brittanyj jf In the world Sir Philip youshburd say unless v there is some English lady who has your heart A shade of anxiety swept over the youthful face at this which was at once dispelled by his perfectly truthful answer There is ne English or any other lady except you How nice I think you are the nicest knight dreamed of Thank you JeanRenaud VU i tff Monsieur mystifies me answered the old sergeant You agree then that medemoiselle thd Why monsieur we are all demoted to mademoiselle Tesponded JeanRe naud simply Is it a game mongieur plays If so we are all her no knight but Sit Philip cried mad emoiselle You seem have made the acquaintance ok my grahddjugh i wrf vinverrjipieo ineI marquiar turning the tJie t tome n books a with me dn great 11 th ught hc u1e us princess thatis Lever No shall we repair the tiltyard is 1 rs- No 1Jo JcanRenaud I will alreadyto Capt top i at t i i j b cannot beau1ful iave S corner L hOR hniThieit 545 r r i She Jiasvdone me the honor to consti tute me her royal knight and I am tryIng to induce JeanRenaud to brealc a spear In her behalf Vjll he notmake a proper knight grandpa this English gentleman asked Anne fluttering to her grand Proper knight indeed my child answered the old humoring her mood as he fondly kissed her and I congratulate you Meanwhile let us descend from ithe romantic to the ma terial Breakfast is served Monsieur will you little lady and precede me Cest bien he soliloquized taking a pinch of snuff as he calmly surveyed the young man and the little girl walking ceremo niously toward the door A pretty piece of play I shall take care it stops in sport The thorn watches the rose Anne de Rohan mates with no foreigner much less with an enemy 4 qutllntn e HfeurJe Karft t1i Grafton take your SE k fatherSman CHAPTER VH IN THE OLD WATCHTOWER did not find the time of his imprisonment hang heavily on Ms hands An only child whose moth er like Anne de Rohans had died in his infancy he had been early sent to sea He but little family life therefore and even less of children Thorough his connections and influence was without some acquaintance with the high life of the court of somewhat unusual privi lege for a young naval he easily moved in the first circles in America when his duties permitted him a rare visit there Mingling in this good society he had acquired an ease and manner which added to his native breeding and instinctive enabled him to bear himself gracefully wherever he found himself but he had no experience with ypung girls of the age of the young coun tess Fortunately his was a sunny lively disposition full of laughter and hu mor i which made it not difficult for him to enter into the spirit of the play in accordance with new friends fancies He had been attracted in some strange way to the little de Rohan from the first moment he had seen her nay fromJhat morning hour when he had only hoard her in the the romantic friendship which she had instituted between them andupon wh ch he had entered to please her and as a pastime fur a prisoner unconsciously assumed a per manent aspect He took part in the play with a zest which surprised him and the more he was thrown in contact with the strange and peculiar mind of the girl the more she interested him She was a singular mixture of the young and the old the very childish and the very wise She stood as it wore poised halfway between the intel lectual level of Josette her playmate on the hand and of the courtly old marquis her preceptor and guide on tho other She was too old to play at dolls he thought too young to play at love And yet she had done the one and was doing the other although the ador able Toto had been neglected of late for the more adorable Philip Shrewd ness wit and common sense mingled in equal with unbounded credulity and the most romantic And her impetuosity and abandon were as evident as were her wisdom or her innocence kissed the little brown so often that he rather grew to like it Every day brought him a different lovetoken of some sort and a imaginary task to be achieved But Mademoiselle Anne at last tired of most obstinate will weary in the end and determined to endeavor to impart a touch to pretty One day therefore she took him into one of the rooms of the high tower the keep or watchtower the oldest part of the chateau which he had never visited before There she told him a tale of one of the ancient ladies of Rohan whQ had a lover who came from an alien and antagonistic family who gained access to her chamber by climbing in some strange way the wall of the tower until he reached theoriel window be fore them He was finally caught and killed by the lords of the house on the threshold of the very room in which they were standing she said and she wondered if Sir Philip or would have done that thing Let us go to the window and your little ladyship and we will see answered the pseudo knight gaily I am a sailor I can climb al most anything that any one else can ascendTogether and hand in the two stepped out on the little balcony over looking the sea Just outside the oriel window the wall of the castle follow ing the coat line turned sharply making a narrow reentrant angle where it joined the round tower The tower and th wall were built of rough stone and their surfaces were much broken by jutting projections The wall and tower sloped slightly inward from the base to the top Philip gravely surveyed the stone surface of the weatherbeaten tower Sweeping below the little platform on which he stood and mude mind that a daring climber taking advan tage of the irregularities and pro jections in the stone and favored by the slope and the angle might if he had a cool lead gain the balcony pro Vided no one opposed his ascent In deed since the Baron de Croisic the unfortunate lover of th legend had done so he felt sure that he him elf could accomplish the feat given a sufficient incentive of courts At the foot of the the little fcy spoken of befor and in tfc bay a Carnal boat aa moored f GRAFTON mew Englanda officerand dignity gardenand cn imagination Grafton hand n wand simulationthe of realism game could lookout uphis twer lay 7l l 1 tI I S o measure imagination the5 orface band t5 5S s- leaning faro out over the wall aai with the trained obserration of V sailor to whom the minutest tion may be of paramount value took careful note of the several stones the slope of the wall and rapidly mapped out a series of movements by which the feat could bt achievedYes he said at last it could done r it would be difficult dangerous in fact but it could be done given sufficient incentive Am I a sufficient wjiat is it you say I know not that word I think You incentive enough for any thing I try it asked ligfrfc ly The Countess Anne leaned out across the coping of the balcony and looked down It was indeed a giddy height Her brain reeled as she gazed She would like very much to put Sir Philip to the test but in the end she decided not THe might be killed an that would be a bitter end to their little play She recalled that de Croisic hati been thrown down he had been caught In the The freight was appalling She was too fond of Sir Philip So she temporized She woman enough for that he thought Indeed he real ized that she had developed marvel ously in the month he had been with her She seemed years away from dolls now He wondered why Not today Sir Philip some other time perhaps but not now she last As you will Mistress Anne he replied indifferently and then as a thought struck him he questioned her Why is this place not guarded or the wall smoothed so that 0 pnt could climb up again I suppose it was guarded once As for the wall the story I read said that the lords of the tower left it just aa it was for they thought that the les son they had given poor de Croisic would keep everybody away Would it keep you away Not if you were here waiting for me Lady Anne why is it not guarded now he persisted- I can not tell Nobody knows this story except myself and Josette to whom I told it I suppose I read it the other day in some old papers I found in the library room I doubt if even grandfather remembers it or he would lock up the room Besides what need There is nq one who can make use of it now she answered artlessly But it came into Graftons mind if it were difficult to climb up to that balcony window it would be less to climb down from it and idea of escaping into his head Indeed it had often been with him but he had seen no way whatever to bring it about until that afternoon that moment in the oriel of that to seaward the horizon was dark with the sails of ships It was the huge fleet of Boscawen lingering off the coast in the vain hope that something might draw the French out from Brest at that time and a general engagement might be brought about If could gain that window at night the wall seize the little boat In the cove he might reach the ships He stood in abstracted silence gazing sea ward until the girl laid her hand ligM ly upon his arm To Be Continued JAPANESE IN THE MOON Scheme of a Resonrceful Sbow at a Russian Village Fair to Catch the The pope or village priest is gee erally the only source of information as to what isx going on in remote He is very much to the fore al present says a recent Kazan corre spondence in the London Daily Kewa Father Ignatius Diatchkoff sends the Kazan newspapers an amusing account of a fair held in his village Our inujiksi he says are intensely patriotic but their ideas of serving their are somewhat strange When I visited the fair oh day night I saw a great crowd of oua peasants standing about an itinerant rifle saloon proprietor who was a telescope to his eye They were evidently waiting their turn Our village coffinmalcer was aiming a gun which he rested in the fork of T small The gun was pointed toward the sky Suddenly it went off and a bell clanged after which loud cries of Ura Got hinc again After several other mujiks ha taken shots I inquired what they werf aiming at and was much surprised 1 bear in chorus the reply The Japa nese father Looking alog the rel of the gun I could see nothing but the moon SQ I demanded a further explanation Our brother said a Bearded giant pointing to the showman says that the man in the moon is a Makak and that every time we hit him ten earth join the deviL We have killed he added naivelyff 80 already Old Saw Gainsaid Once upon a time two men were in an automobile bound for certain town which neither of thei had ever visited i Have a 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discharge impossible 228238 660 each Automatic Safety Hammerless volvers have hinged frame inde pendent cylinder stop and automatic shell ejectors Has no hammer to catch on clothing Fits the pocket 32 or 38 Cal 700 each All other popular makes Colts Smith Wesson etc la stock Saws lawn mowers and scissors sharpened keys fitted locks and trunks repaired All work WANTEDAnyone wishing to have wheal sown on the shares by a reliable party will do well to ommunicate with the NEWS for the name of party who is pre pared to do same tf DEWHURST 136 W MAIN ST Lexington KentuckyF- OOT BALL GOODS FISHING TACKLE GRAPH OPHONES PARLOR GAMES And everything in the Athletic Line Bicycles Sundries Repairs WILLIAMS BROS COMER BROADWAY AND VINE STREETS 1 Square L o N Depot LEXINGTpN KY Fine Old Harlem Club Whisky Fiat Wines Cigars and Tobaccos v A Continual Strain Many mon and women are constantly subjected to what they commonly term a continual strain because of some financial or family trouble Itwears and distresses them both mentally and physi cally affecting their nerves badly and bringing on liver and ailments with the attendants evils constipation luesof appetite sleepleaanewsjlow vitality and ieepondenoy They a rule get nd of this coatinaal strais0 bit they can remedy its health destroy ing effects taking frequent doeei of Greens August Flower It tones up the liver stimulates the kidneys insure healthy bodily functions gives vim and spirit to ones whole being and event ually dispels the physical or mental caused by that continual strain Trial bottle of August Flower 25c reg ular size 75c At all drngists TT T Brooka Healthy Mothers Mothers should always keep Im good jodily health They owe it to their hildren Yet it IB no unusul sight to fcee a mother with babe in arms cough jag violently and exhibiting all the symp toms of a consumptive tendency And why should dangerous condition ex ist dangerous alike to mother and child when Dr Boschee German Syrup would put a stop to it at once Nc mother should be without this old and tried remedy in the itA time ly use win promptly cure any throat or in herself or her children The worst cough or cold can be speedily cured by German cau hoaraenees and of the Bronchial tubes expfctura dOn asy an gives Iristahl and refreshing to the cpnghrracktd con iuapuTa 75 4 11 drifgiiii W 3PK Aft Ave on FOR 8ALEBY XENT CKY One r Cal guaranteed O DAVXS their H I a e housefor It r Jif rest trial lit JetiM VLARXfr Re- suck as w from N distress meg New kkL BEST IN CLASS V ARMORED CRUISER COLORADO SETS NEW SEA Averages 2226 Knots an Hour lu Trial Run Brooklyn and New York Put in Shade by the v Performance armored cruiser Colorado broke all speed records for her type of ing the United States navy in her trial run the other by coy eririg a total course of 88 Knots of nautical miles a an average speed of 2226 knots an hour This was not the Colorados best performance however In a great burst when approaching the end of the course the huge engines drove the im mense hull through the water at a of 23J33 knots and this was maintained for a distance of 66 knots showing what the Colorado would be capable of in an emergency Only two of the large ships of the United States navy have exceeded record of the Colorado the Minneapolis and Columbia They are not of the same class however being desired as commerce destroyers and carrying little armor and a much lighter equip ment of guns The Minneapolis has record of 23073 knots and the Colum bia 228 knots The New York and Brooklyn which formerly held the lead in the armored cruiser class must take a back seat The Brooklyns record was 22 knots an hour and the New Yorks knots The Colorado was designed for a speed of 22 knots which is exceeded by more than a quarter 6f a knot The total time for the course was 57 minutes 7 seconds The engines worked smoothly and developed an average horse rower of 28000 and the ponderous twinS crews whirled at an average of 128 revolutions a minute and at times made 130 revolutions The trial was held over the usual New England caurse Starting off Cape Ann the vessel steamed 44 knots up the coast to Cape Porpoise Me made a brilliant turn and then started on the run back to Cape Ann In the turning figure eight and other maneuvering tests the ship gave splendid satisfaction particularly in her complete turn in a circle the of which was a little less than twice her length HARVESTER FOR WET DAYS- Kansas Earmer Saves Wheat by At taching Gasoline Engines to Ordinary Machine Clay county Kan farmers especially those who live on low ground where standing water has made the ground soft used a new contrivance this year to get their wheat harvested v Mr Watts a machinist is the originator It was impossible to get into his field with ian ordinary harvester and early in the season he saw thatstrenuous mean ures wouldbe necessary hit upon the plan of detaching the running gear of the ordinary harvester from the wheels and attaching a gaso line engine n such thatit would do the work of running the mower binding the wheat The only thing necessary for the horses to do was to pull the binder through the fields The binder was taken into the field and worked perfectly Wheat was ob tained that had been given as lost Whenever a muddy place was reached and the wheels slipped the gasoline en gine continued to i m the binder and the horses could drag the whole machine through the mud the wheat It difference whether the wheels of the turned MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Novris 2 50 j packers Mixed packet 4 50 4 10 5 85 FLOUR Spring pat 6 35 WHEAT No 2 red 1 16 No 3 winter CORN No 2 mixed 2 mixed RYE NO 2 83 mess 6 50 4 75 4 4 15 6 00 6 60 1 18 1 10 5 33 g 85 12 25 12 50 BUTTER Ch dairy Choice 2 25 2 75 bbl 1 60 1 65 TOBACCO New 5 25 g 12 25 Od 4 76 14 50 FLOlm Winter pat 5 SOX 5 40 WHEAT No 2 red 1 14V 1 16 No 8 spring 1 08 1 11 2 mixed 54 OATS No 2 mixed 31 32 RYE No 2 79V PORK Mess II 10 15 LARD Steam 6 87 7 12 New York FLOUR Win strts 5 35 5 55 2 red l 19 2 mixed 5oi OATS No 2 mixed 36 37 15 00 15 50 1 7 45 Baltimore v- WHEATpNo 2 17 2 mixed xr 58 OATS No 2 mixed 32 TATTLE Steers 3 75 4 37 HOGS Dressed 650 7 10 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 1 18 CORN NON 2 mixed X 56 1 OATS No 2 mixed 33 LARD Steam 7 75 11 00 v v IndianapoHs WHEAT No Xv 1 18 CORN No 2 mixed v 73 OATS No 5 mixtldv rr O 33 1 HER Th fight in speed this th 3 I 21 hav tQsavehiscrop- He away and up machine J t CATTLECommon 365 Heavy steers 5 50 CALVESExtra 6 25 HOGSCh 65 SHEEPExtra LAMBSExtra OATSNo HAYCh PORKClear LARDSteam 7371l75016 27 APPLESChoice POTATOESPer Chicago f CORNNo 11 j I WHEATNo CORNNo PQRKFamily LARDSteam I 1 CORNNo fJ I PRIM si red f J ll RECORD VOISe diameter thuharvesting vVVV- 4 85 S I red J tV 4 2 VV 4 is4 S 4V Miss Rose Peterson Secretary I Parkdale Tennis Club Chicago from ex advises all girls who have pains and sickness peculiar to their to use Lydia E Pinfehamfs Vegetable Compound How many beautiful young girls develop into worn listless and hopeless women simply because sufficient attention has not to their physical development No woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodic pain and just budding into should be carefully guided physically as well as morally If you know of any young lady vho is sick and needs motherly ddvice ask her to write toMrs Pinkhain Mass who will give her advice free from a source of knowledge which j un equalled in the country Do not hesitate about stating details which one may not like to talk about and which are essential for a full understanding of the case per ence young ex b n paid womanhood L at Lynn Miss Hannah E Mershon CoIIings wood N J says that by following your a now person was thin and delicater and so that I could hardly do anything Menstruation was irregular I tried a bottle your Vegetable and began to feel better right away I tinued its use am now well strong menstruate regularly I cannot say enough for i what your did forme How firs Pinkham Helped Fannie feiime I thought J would write and ten kind advice I you feel Compound cons DEAR MRS PINKHAM Ffeel it is my duty to write and tell you of the benefit I have derived from your tile use of E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound The pains in my back and womb have all left me my menstrual corrected I am very thankful for the advice me and I shaUjecommend your medicine to all who suffer from female weakness Miss FANNIE Chester St Little Rock Ark Deo 16 1900 Lydia E Pinkham Vegetable Compound win cure any in the laridivho suffers from womb troubles inflamma j tin of the ovaries kidney troubles nervous excitability neryoiui prostration and all forms of womans special ills l f woman ve 5000 if we cannot original letters 4 sigBtKtfle which prove t E PiBkkam C l yaa Ma forthwlthprodu the ve abs FORFEIT Med L DO iI t 1ItI10tI J DMAD I t 1 r W L n mf ami JIMP ma 9SSQ shorn than mther innvf Xurmf to tltm The W L Douglas 3K shoes are the wettest the wdrMls twftcatuwroT theirrexceU lent Qualities If I could dealers everywhere SUPERIOR IN FIT COMFORT AND WEAR have worn W L Douglas fSJSO iJioes the Zest twelve with absolute action Jflnd tft At comfort and wear to others fW to f700 S AlcCdP Dept 1 Jut Revenue Richmond F W ti I uses Corona ColtsWn In his shoes Corona Colt Is conceded the finest Patent Leather made Fast Color Eyelets used exclusively WJL DOUGLAS Brockton M mmolni9ft cs allY tellers style easy show the difference between hQ- sJaoe maae and those of other the would understand why W shoes cost more to their sha fit bet ar are of Intrinsic value than any other 50 the market and Wuy the wes for the elidIng July 1 D34 were 0400 L Douglas guarantees their value his name and Jlrlce on bottomtako no y U I tar 1Nmt S O foe sJIs In j leathers used i L Dougas 350 they hold S6263 t Look fo it WrffESTEJW NEW RIVAL BLACK Its the thoroughly modern and scientific system of load Ing and the use of only the best materials make Winchester Factory Loaded New Rival Shells give bet ter pattern penetration and more uniform results gener ally than any other shells The special and the patent pprrugated head used in making New Rival shells give them strength to withstand reloading BE SURE TO GET WINCHESTER MAKE OF SHELLS paper PQWDER SHELLS Winchester Strawberry and Vegetable Dealers Passenger Department of the Illinois Central Company nave issued a tion as No 12 ip which ls described the best territory in this country for the of and vegetables Every dealer In such products should address card to of Circular Asst Genl Tasr Meat strawbem s tbe underslgn 10W TeqUcstlnR a Non r Ohio men 38jre rs practice Laws and adrtca rxs4 W MeCeaJUCKA seas i8 W U t Sr CISaSVATIXI PEIISIOIIS on atM or on dtsa andtorwldowsrecords of most loyaL sJesof age War Have soldiers service ahd BEGGS CHERRY SYRUP CMTM co hs j nd coWi 1 COUGH S 4 1 PILES Forfree sample addreM joa bulldlne Kiw York let and P08I1IVx 1ssjuILY PILEs Tr READERS OF THIS PAPER DESIRING TO BUY ANYTHING ADVERTISED IN ITS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING V WHAT THEY ASK FOR REFUSING ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS K 2049 COLUMNS 1 11 J A N 1 i 4 t i l- i K J 1 r J r J i 5i Jl1Hm 130URBbN EWS PARI t KENIDUCKY 2g i b4 5 t h r t I I NOV I 8 Buy When You Need and Pay When You Can Best Afford It You will find it to your interest to see us if you are in need of anything forI i your as we are trying TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR HOLIDAY GOODS rth We roQiTi and must have it Mis mearis a saving of 25 per ajiV fr 3 V V c who purchase of us NOW V V v y 7t V jr I I3y tz r l Ji I ti EOh I F I I I if iffi i J 1 rI1 j 1II3 d J ehtj c4 c may Ji t r tj i J qt r fC F J r p 1 ka e FO l1eq11Ju houseo nee I I I I I firaphophones Something to en tertain the wifeand at pontfalltosee our line Sold on the only house in JParis of fering these in clucetnens baby home payments a x Mattitfgs Oil Cloths and linoliuffl In great quantities and at prices to suit all Come in and make your selection We guaran tee a fit and satisfaction in every respect If you fail to find what yoil want on bur floor here we will furnish you with a rounB Mp ticket to Lexington that you may examine pur stock there which after our improvements cently made there we are sure your will find all that can be found in any firstclass Furniture Store in Central Kentucky r I r C tgsJ c i w l fjlei 1 1 III tt Ii 9l 91 wrayator resa fl oG c aCpa1- l v v1 o o I 3 The Tdescope Bed you The Telescope Bed is positively the best benefit tp the restless humanity t takes than a dress suit case its weight OPEN tIp an infant can 1Ht i l 3 50Our fQid few days J f anywhereless room Puce = = This is the cot on earth To know how to appreciate this cot is to use one arid let us show you just how they operated CLOSED Callin tire t This Coupon entitles you to a handsome oil painted pic ture for each Dollarpurchase JOE JossEWON I r i lj I r J m e v Cincinnati Knocks Em All Clothing House N I n JOE iiiTOimw DR L LANDMAN i r Hotel Windsor V Ttieaday Dee 13 1904 II H I I In lll1i 1lrJJfIIII ll I 1 I i tri tu l rn cuza crti I C- 7I 1= BRE is the most wonderful Heater the world has known The reason why thevBuck s Hot Blast is the most heater irf the world is it constructed that it turns into fuel and burns the 38 pet cent of gas in soft coal instead of permitting it to escape the chim nYe as other heaters do In a Bucks Hot Blast i j tons of soft coal or slack will pro duce as much heat as one ton of anthracite or hard ccal So you can easily figure where one of these wonderful heat ers p pay for itself in one or two Season v There is absolutely Smoke no Gas no Soot it is all burned up as fuel ft If you will let us demon strate these claims to you there will be no question about your buying Bucks Hot Blasts 1 f is so n 0 ever wonderful because r Returns Are All In The people have decided that Twin Bros is the place in TWIN BROTHERS ShoesDont A p WHEELER CO Largest House Furnishers the Stater ti at GaO d Farm For Rent I offer for rent my farm of 100 acres on the Maysville and Lexington pike miles from There on the land a good brick residence barns and all necessary outbuildings For terms apply to me at the place or address me at I Ky I4nov4t A W WRIGHT Are Some Things i That Cannot Be lin proved Upon IS ONE OF Sold By All Grocers Paris Ilillmg Co twostOry ffJ t r6 isi t I ct 1 f i r THEM l p threes ere r puMTy- r FLOUR 4 I r f = MITCHELL Says1 What l 3 My Oriental Coffee is as good iisvyou ever t drank It only 22Sc and if you have been paying more than this for you are just Jean sell you better Candy ihan any house in the city MyChocolate Creams are very i5v I am the hdlesale agent for iff only genuine Blue Lick Water can furnish it to jbu freshv f i C out i G j at 406 jD a din 7t I I YouJ uly 0 UW ITO LL c Y osts your Coffee the diffeience j fine t- z 4 rid any quantity i y r I was a tremendous and I wish to thank my old customers for their liberal patronage and jiew ones to yisit me at my ilew stand The sale Only 20 More I x In th6 that was occupied as a confection ary three doors lrom Fees grocefy5 in fee Shinners building 717 Main Street Paris ICy will be opened by the Ctnptnnaii JfnoGks cSW fe Llot Jtoue l v The Stock consists of Mens and Childrens Clothing iioes Boots Mats and Gents Furnishing foods We have also added to a complete of Ladies Furnishing Goods and Comforts Trunks Suit Cases Etc Must Any During the 20 Days Sale success allof L A S T sI LI room P ne oclj tock Price J n aii invite Days Goods Goat Fricbe Must be receiuecl by Novembef 17th the last day Turkeys can be received for marketfy Chas S Brent Bro c I I 10000 Highes i I c i P8RI8 KEJSrTUOs Turkeys Wanted market GEO W DAVIS RAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED BMBA- BOTHPHOBTES DAY 137 NIGHT 299 F El I J y BIGGSTAFF ANTHRACITE I M JAMESONS BLUE GEM I OATS CORN HAY LIME SANU ETC STUART WOODFORD 1g Directly Freight Paris Kentuckyii i i i i i i i i i i t i i ug Seed Wheat Rye Tim tlIy Seed I Mountain Ash Coals J r I S r J 0H opp L N rto trnnrrror rr ri rtrntrtrttrnrtnrnnmrnnnrrnrmnnnn Seel JeIico and 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