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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1TH E 0U 0N NEWS i- C t jf J r f i J Ii i iI ii V l V- Y B RB I t s PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND ERIDAY IN THE YEAl VOLUME XXV PARIS KENTUCKY TUESDAY JULY 25 1905 NUMBER 59 7 i I r f Ii fA y DRANK CARBOLIC ACID Mrs D W Botts Formerly of This City Attempts Suicide Mrs Daniel W Botts whb was for merly Miss Daisy Boone of this city made a sensational attempt at self destruction at the 0 O depot at Mt Sterling yesterday afternoon by drinking carbolic acid She and her husband who lives in months ago and it is said Mrs Botts had gone to that city to effect a and failing in her attempt drank the deadly acid after going to the depot to return to her home at Lexington Mrs Bottswas raised in Paris and was an attractive and handsome young woman of about thirty years The physicians think probably she will recover but her pretty face is horribly burned by the acid Her H Boone now of felt fcr her hereV her old home Blackberries Daily Order your blackberries and sugar from us We receive nice fresh berries every morning Place your order the evening before and we will deliver early next morning Phone 7 O EDWARDS Bourbon Official Honored Charles E Butler returned from Grayson Springs where he attended the Kentucky Circuit Clerks Associa tion The meeting was very and a State organization was perfected The delegation of clerks that left Lexington with Mr Butler were all honored at the convention Mr Butler was elected one of the members of the executive corn mittee as was Mr Marshall of and Mi Allen of Harrodsburg W T Fox of Winchester another one of the party was elected vice P of Appellate JDis trict Miss QUie Robertson the ac complished Deputy under her father at Carlisle was unanimoiisly elected VicePresident the Appellate District J vJi WATCH LQST Sunday night on Higgins or Seven h gtteet a openfafee gold watch black hands blue pin in ring of watch Finder will return same to 603 Will iams street and receive reward 252t ELTDA GALAMEEE WHeat Wanted i Before selling your wheat see us or call phone No 84 We buy at all stations on F C L N rail roads We will store your wheat an our warehouse at Cehterville or at Millersburg or iri our elevator at Paris R B HUTCHCKAPT y LiON you drink beer drink the for Beer and you take no chances tf T F BRANNON Agent Wyatt Wins V Thirteen of the eighteen members members of the Fleming County Dem r ocratic Committee declared John D Wyatt the regular nominee for the Legislature vice Paul Heflin BOURBON FLOUR is ground from Indiana wheat testing sixty pounds t Every sack guaranteed to give satis faction Call on your grocer for it E F SPEARS SONS Decides Against National Banks Appellate Judge Paynter has dis solved the injunction obtained by the American German National Bank of Paducah and others restraining Aud itor Hager from including his tax as sessment list certain funds invested in United States securities The court holds that if the contention of the plaintiffs was upheld national banks would be practically exempt from State county or municipal taxes The decision of Judge Paynter is of farreaching importanc3 though the amount immediately involved only approximates At Greatly Reduced Prices Porch furniture and hammocks at greatly reduced prices atJT lIt Sterling hal several is in f enthusiastic seven f t the Fi Sixth f BEERIf bestcall t j 7 100000 J Hint 1t D ci f separated reconciliation mother Mrs Lexington is t her bedside Sand Frankfort ient N avenue ladies and Li itt i tons 9- e Lucien Young Escapes Death Lucien Young commander of the United States gunboat Bennington wrecked at San Diego Harbor Friday morning is a former Kentuckian He has a brother Dr F 0 Young siding at Lexington and the late Ccl Dick Young of this city was also a brother Only a few minutes previous to the accident he had been rowed ashore to keep a business appointment As soon as the appalling catastrophe was over Commander Young tele graphed his brother at Lexington as follows LuciEN YOUNG This disaster calls to the last time Commander Young narrowly missed death off the coast of North Carolina when he volunteered to leave the rapidly sinking cruiser Huron with a life line to find shore After swimming about for hours his i efforts were rewarded and many lives were saved For this act of bravery Congress voted Oommander Young a gold medal with which to replenish his wardrobe j The Kentucky Legislature also him with a gold sword and an honorary membership in its body When the accident occurred Young was on his way to Panama on business He had previously made the trip and only eight months ago was transferred to the Benning ton return voyage MARRIAGES Zh the Court room Saturday I Mr Claude Lucky and Miss Mollie Hubbard bqth of Millersburg were united in marriage by Squirt A C Ball of the Millersburg precinct I IirGeorgetown on July 16th 0 James and liss Bessie Kieefe were united in marriage by the ReVJ K Nunnelly t I The engagement of Miss Corinne Blackburn daughter of Senator Blackburn to W H Gale of New j York is announced The marriage will take place early in the fall TJrtf of Miss Ora Slaughter of Eminence Ky to Mr j Leon Frankel of Louisville was at an engagement dinner given Sunday at Miss Slaughters when friends from Louisville Lexington and Paris were present Miss Slaughter will be remembered of the graduates of the high school several years ago during her school days at the home her aunt Mrs A J Winters gineering at State College for several years but who re signed to accept a more lucrative position with the B F Sturtevant Co of Chicago as their consulting agent at the Louisville office Stray Cattle I found on my place last Tuesday get by proving property and paying advertising bill BTJCKNER Opening of The Grand k BY THE FAMOUS JEWELL KELLEY STOCK CO ONE MERRY WEEK COMMENCING Monday July 31 NEW PLAYS NO WAITS BETWEEN ACTS OPENING BILL A FATAL STEP a play made famous by Miss Effie Elsler One lady free with each 30c ticket if purchased before 6 p m Monday night Prices 1 0 20cf 30c seats go on sale 3 days in advance at Oberdorfers Drug Store I I I r I near l upII I I I I and1500 1 i I for 0 I Lu 3 0 r announced home aLone Sh visited of asp the HIGH 0LASS VAUDEVILLE R served I i r T ea mind presented Government er 4 Lexington five stray cattle which owner can 19 4 = All Goods Marked in Plain Figures One Price 1VA1L Jit Fashions fieadquartees THAT TOTALLY DIFFERENT 04 P J CLOTHING FOR MEN at e e S Iiiii f I = = Oe goat Off Proclaims the When the man is wearing a P J it proclaims him a man of intelligence of judgment of good taste There must be a degree still better than the best Its expressed in the Clothing world by P X Skeleton Coat and Troasers 750 to 1750 Suits 410 to J t man I I JT t Three Piece 25 I I == == SHOES MEN LIKE From past experience know that the Kor rect Shape shoes are satisfactory to men o taste Good styles comfortable fitting wear ing qualities unsurpassed and priced reason It is a guaranteed Shoe If anything breaks down or goes wrong you can get your back or a new pair Summer styles inr high or loV cut black and tan areherer Come in and let us fit your feet A 350 A PAIR I 2J we able money I i ThAT PARKER E Paris Ky its B JAM i- I Y uiftt F rn1t e I OiL ea o o6f e Opecial Prices on ffeacti o- eliear Sarmentsf 30 Ladies Wash Shirt Waist Suits in white and colored linens and white muslin trimmed with em broidery All go at onehalf the regular marked price 5o 4uMl 2 400 Suits now 200 3 yp Suits now 8 Silk Suits in Shirt Waist Coat Blues and Browns K v 2500 Suits 2000 Suits X ip pbv t 1500 Suits v 75Pf t- v Suits now 625 3JM6hair and Cloth Skirts that sold at 5 and 6 each r Choice now 325 r r p Shirts and Children sold 25 to 5o Qts a yard are now offered at from 15 to 25c yd A big lot of remnants of Silk Linens and Wash Goods kinds will be on remnant tables at bargain pricesv unti all are sold r LAWNS TO CLOSE OUT i5c quality now 10 cts f I ip ct quality now 8 1 3 cts r4 v r Jv A Lades o 1Jq 3 O i now 50 75 an styles fs i o t t t j L now 2 o i J ISpe s good suitable for making t fall lt c 0 no i f z PTPPPPPPPPPPPP llC00 EI- FRANK c COS i 6oo Suits Suits I I Bac now I2s o 5 now 12 i white Shirt Waists I a f 4 m t + v- r l f DEWHURST 236 W MAIN ST KENTUCKY BASE BALL GOODS FISHING TACKLE c everything in the Athletic Line Bicycles Sundries Repairs PIE BAI2BES2 SHOP b Proprietor Cold and Hot Baths JF YJ3 CHAIRS 3STO WAITS QIY Firstclass Barbers Employed Fresh Candies Ms Candies of All Kinds Nuts Fruits Etc have the best Pudding Etc tobe Bii in the world U S j vf Kinds of Seasonable f Vegetables fllladaii From Europe Will Be a Leading Feature of Tnt Courier Journal TioDL be many other attractive all going to makev a complete newspaper MAIL RATES Daily 600 and Sunday 1 year 800 Weekly 1 year 100 COURIER JOURNAL OOv Louisville Ky JSy Special Arrangement You Can Get 1M BOURBON NEWS AND THE BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY Jk oto j And r I 6 GIUWfORD9 E aam i Always HomeMade J We Cakes 01 lt II 1 BrUG8 Bellry Wattersons Letters DURING 1905 I There CourierJournal 1 year Week1COURIERJOURNAL r LEXINGTON a 6 i r 9 i T-F Phi ub R F y t r = = 250Is for cash subscription only Allsubscriptions under this offer must be sent through THE BQUBBON News office FAR SUPERiOR tsfinB Witch Hazel Cold Cream o Unlments is the new product Paracamph chemist has succeeded by scientific in combining number antiseptic oils thereby apreparation called Paracamph Fifcii is the fash remedies contains nomorphine sor opiates but acts as magic in u Swellings Neural jgfa Catarrh Cold the Head Sore Throat Croup Sore Chest SkinTroubles SoreFeet all forms of Swellings and Issilaxamations Heals quickly Burns Cub and Bruises scars by all good druggists in packages and li i3ErafacturersThe Paracamph Companyj I wasviLIej Kentucky U S A S Varden Son Special Agents combination r T 0 iCm household mil G T its t w p Aiotusmlle itsnewproduct A I f from Nerv Paroatra 3Lssfc SCeraliood IiI1 1GYOU ufIer t IlfiIGlt or x t ncy J Em i 1DaJ Shrunken tc r NERVERINE Made This Change DR MOTTS PILLS i WE GUARANTEE- to euro you or refund money and we stand our guarantee Sold at 1 fox C Boxes for 5 r Youthful Errors eveUse of Tobacco or Opium Sent Gallo receipt of ICAXi Cleveland olio OBBSDOKPEK The Druggist lfIO T1 s t r T 1 P i THE BOURBON BOTH PHONES 124 NO 4 BROADWAY PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY SWIFT EDITOR ONE 200 SIX MONTHS i PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Entered at the Paris Kentucky Postoffice as Secondclass Mail Matter Established in J88J 24 Years of Continuous Publication Display advertisements 100 per inch for first time 50 cents inch each subsequent insertion reading notices 10 cents line each Issue reading notices in black type 20 cents line each issue cards of thanks calls on candidates and similar matter 10 cents per line v Special rates for big advertisements Paris Ky Tuesday July 25 1905 REPUBLICAN leaders throughout the State aye especially active in perfecting the organization of tlieGf 0 P A deter mined effort will be made in all the counties to elect as county officers as possible in the hope of tire election boards In nearly all the bluegrass counties conven tions have been called to select full county tickets At in order they believe to get control of the county arid municipal offices a fusion with the independent and disgruntled elements of the Democratic party has been effected Will overlook Bourbon in the desperateness of their desire to gain control of the State upon which they have cast so much odium and disgrace V The Democratic ticket in this county is one of the strongest ever presented consideration of of old Bourbon headed by that peerless Democrat alid able young lawyer Denise Duudou for County Judge and with running mates for the other offices of men of unquestioned honor honesty and ability from Sheriff down to Constable The Democrats of Bourbon can enter the Campaign this fall with every confidence in the of the principles for which they stand Happily the Republican organization of Bourbon is divided against itself Torn by the strife arising from the scramble for Federal pie they present two different factions each a bitter antagonist of the other Har mony and united effort is impossible within their ranks ters now stand It will not do however for Bourbon Democrats to feel that they have a walkover ID is reasonably certain treat the county will according to its timehonored policy elect the full Demo cratic ticket but the NEWS desires to impress upon every the necessity of a perfect organization by precincts to the end that every voter may be urged to go to the polls and do his full duty and with such an be found safely Democratic by several hundred niajoriibyi 7 CLOSE by and through part of our city flows beautiful Stoner sometimes raging and dangerous from rising waters but usually calm and peaceful It affords the city an abundant of water for all purposes and has within its bosom an in exhaustable and undeveloped water power for manufacturing purposes It is however as a pleasure and fishing resort that this winding stream becomes so attractive Scarcely a day passes without its usual quoto of boating parties ladies and children some of whom reside within the confines of our own city but many are from Lexington and adjoining towns They come some to enjoy a day fishing along its banks under the spreading branches of huge oak and sycamore trees others mere ly for the enjoyment derived from a boat ride up the winding stream As however as the boating parties pass under the ail road bridge and especially on Sunday when most of our visitors are along they are horrified to see for many hundred yards along the Banks scores of small boys in bathing who make the trip for tile boating parties anything but agreeable one They swim out to the boats attempt to throw the occupants out splat ter them with mud and water and with their vulgar language and hideous yells make their presence very objectionable Ladies are shocked by their many immodest pranks and sayings and the pleasure of a delightful ride up this beautiful stream seems to be at an end In addition to what we enumerated the boys many of whom are nearly grown indulge in shooting craps Only a few days ago a gang of boys killed a number of spring chickens belonging Mr Douglas Thomas cooked them an improvised stove and enjoyed a delicious chicken fry Is there no law to punish no watchful officer to arrest this dis reputable gang and render our beautiful Stoner a delight ful pleasure resort 0J action of the City Council suspending Officer Toolin for thirty days is in the direction of a efficient police force It was the first offense of Mr Toolin as brought to the attention of the Police Committee he had been on the force for a number of years had until recently made a good officer and the direlec Lion of duty followed by the prompt a good effect upon the force in the future ulK r NEWS to01 t YEAR I f per many controlling Louisville as y the the people its mat I Democrat t supply men all haves to over o TIE I ucc L c CHAMP AND WNER i per i r count the to success organization Bourbonwill S Creek soon i reek more ie remand wallhave z 1 F 2A i r a 1 Y = THE ONLY MACHINE MADE FOR uTTINQ HEMP b They will save you twothirds the cost of cutting and do the work satisfactorily They have been tried in thir county for the past two years and have proven a success see them v SOLD ONLY BY Paris Kentucky WATCH THIS SPACE tR ANNOUNCEMENT OF OURX Annual Benefit Sale SH O EIS In this Sale you can buy the Very Latest and I Best Style Shoes Manufactured a f I Give Away Prices I j OUn j Hemp 4 Machine 1 1 I I t t t 1 I Calland j I J S WilSon Bro I I I Second I I I OF Jt 1I i I I I 1 SEE peering 55 I i All 350 Tan WalkOvers Shoes and Oxfords will be sold for All 3 and 350 P Ford Ox fords for Ladies will be sold for c I A lot of 2 250 and 3 will be sold in this sale for Oxfords I I X275 225 150 I I I Great lisS S aUd- 1r ChIldren SlIppers I Freeman Freeman I Main Street z z Kentucky If I Redlletiolisin 1334 Paris j p1 J 1 ti ikI T f STOCK AND CROP The Richmond fair begins today R E Bedford to George Hosack of Virginia a pacer by Bodinedani Vasco for 500 Harry Stanhope of South Elk horn sold to Haggins Logan 2000 bushels of wheat at 90c Will Bramblette of this has shipped East 500 hogs averaging 220 pounds for which he realized 3c C J Daniel bought 250 ewes at 350 to and sold 4000 bushels of bluegrass seed to J S Wilson Bro at 75 cents per bushel B B Marsh sold to Mr Slack of Maysville a mare for 300 to Mrs Zeke Arnold of Coyington for 300 and a horse to Dr M H Dailey for 150 Jacoby of Hutchison Meshed his wheat crop of fortyfive which made forty bushels to the acre yule market last week amounted to 4338 hogsheads divided as follows 1200 hogsheads burley 3078 dark tobacco The highest price paid for burley was 21 The extreme hot weather from Monday to Friday caused many fields of tobacco and corn to wither badly A heavy rain fell Thursday in the north and east sections of the county and again on Friday refreshing showers cooled the atmosphere and revived vegetation The imported stallion Bossing ton 22 years old died at Nantura Stock Farm Saturday night He was a halfbrother to the great Ormonde and was the sire of Traverser and other good race horses The late F B Harper paid 12000 for Rossing ton at auction in Lexington in in 1887 C L Ryley of Midway has bought in Woodford and Jessamine about 70000 bushels of wheat He bought Chas Nuckols crop of 3500 bushels grown on his farm near at 95c f o b at Midway Mr Nuckols averaged 30 bushels per acre John D Howard on about 20 is said to have gotten an aver age yield of 50 bushelsv To Niagara Falls Darnel M Bowmar editor of the Woodford Sun will take a select party to Niagara Falls Toronto and Buffalo Thursday August 17 All expenses of a weeks trip only 24 from Paris Write Mr Bowmar Ver sailles for particulars BITS OF BYPLAY v0 Scarehead Spacer I haye been trying to think unique caption for the column of wedding announcements y Editor Head it Rumors of War The Only Fear careful said the grafter The will turn Well let him turn retorted second grafter What care as lie doesnt turn States A Lesser Evil Mrs Giffle Going to send your son to a German university But arent you afraid of that awful student duel ing Mrs but we prefer that to football Have You Been Whitewashed In times of peace declared the orator the sword makes an excel lent pruning khife And the big stick murmered to make a firstclass handle for a whitewash brush Not Experience A judge in a southern town of hearing a case where colored had been arrested for beating her child cruelly and who after hear ing all the facts of the case was to pass sentence remarked- I dont see how you could have the heart to beat your own child that Way v a pause the woman answered Look here Master Judge is you been the mother of a black like that v no answered the Judge Well then how do you know how to Ii sold 4 r I t I fM 2t J I c y Better be worm the v long evidence SpinksYes 11 I the reflective citizen seems Kentucky about i i tre tone Y one acres tl Louishogs- heads Lexington t Midway acres sofia first dow so 1 woman After ever rascal Why pi MASTERS SALE REAL ESTATE BOURBON CIRCUIT COURT Trustees of the Associatiate Reform Pres byterian Church at Hinkston Bourbon County Kentucky on Petition By virtue of judgment and order of sale sell at public outcry to the highest and best at the court house Saturday August 12th 1905 at about the hour of n oclocka m the following described real estate towit A certain parcel of real estate lying in Bourbon county Kentucky beginning at a stone il poles 20 links south 60 east from the southeast corner of the new meeting house near the thence south 45 west 10 poles to a stone thence north 45 west 22 poles to a stone in the public road thence north 45 east 10 poles to a stone thence south 45 east 22 poles to the beginning containing I acre and 60 poles conveyed to said Church by Win Steele Deed Book 0 page 288 Bourbon County Clerks office TERMS Said sale will be made upon a credit of six 6 and twelve 12 months for equal parts of the purchase money for which the purchaser will be required to execute bond with good surety to the undersigned Master Commissioner and bearing interest at the rate of six percent per annum from date until pail and JudgmentsWitness 1905 RUSSELL MANN M C B C C TALBOT Attorneys for Petitioners 2128411 BOURBON CO UND BOURBON CIRCUIT COURT BESSIE CURRENTS STATUTORY GUAR DIIN c ON PETITION By virtue of a judgment and order of sale made and entered in the above styled action on the 24th of March 1905 and an amended order of sale entered in said action on the 26th day of June 1905 I will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder on the public square in Paris Ky on Saturday August 12 19IJ5 at about the hour of 11 a m the following described real estate TRACT No 1 Situated at Shawhan Bourbon county Ky beginning at a thence south 87 east 5 poles thence north 31 east 10 poles to a point in said pike corner to lot No 2 allotted to Catherine A Batterton thence with the of No 2 north 37 west 92 poles to said lot No 2 in the line of lot No 3 allotted to Margaret A David and Amanda Smith thence with the line of lot No 3 south 52 west 134 poles to a stone corner to lot No 3 thence south 33 east 45 poles to Thomas Currents corner thence north 32 east 2 poles to a gate post thence south 45 east 26 poles thence north 80 4 poles thence south 22 east 26 poles to the beginning and containing 8 acres and 2 poles TRACT No at Shawhan Bourbon county Ky beginning at a gate post and in line with Thomas Currents line thence with the said line south 32 east 12 poles to a stake corner to Will Turners thence south 3 west 25 poles to a cor ner in the Ruddells Turnpike thence south 87 east 38 poles to a point in the in front of T E Moores residence thence north 22 west 19 poles thence south 80 west 4 thence north 45 west 4 poles thence north 45 west 26 poles to beginning containing 5 acres and 38 poles Said tracts will be sold as a whole sale will be made credits of six and twelve months for equal parts of the money for which the purchaser will be re quired to execute bonds with security to the undersigned Master Commissioner interest at the rate of six percent per annum from date of sale until having the force and effect of judgmentsWitness my hand this 17th day of July 1905 RUSSELL MANN M C B C C MCMILLAN TALBOTT Attorneys for Plaintiffs I OF styledcauseon countyKentucky iATES SALE OF I I o lock Turnpikein I lire I 2Situated lot TERMSSaid se 18251 r- I f- i A McMI CLAN east sues d d g EXCURSION NATURABRIDGEKY SUNDAY JULY 3Qth ONLY 150 Round Trip Special train leaves Paris 1010 a m returning leave sra tural Bridge 53O W II HARRIS Agent D JORDAN TA I lief Dr Williams Indian Pile Oint prepared for Piles and Itchins of the private parts box is warranted By druggists by mail on re ceipt of 50 cents and 100 MANUFACTURING CO Prop Cleveland Ohio OBEROURFEP THE DRUGGIST BOURBON GIRCUIT COURT E H Brannon Admr Puffs Vs Michael A Brannon c Defendts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale made and entered in the above styled cause on the 1st day of July 1905 at the June term of the Bourbon Circuit Court I will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the Court House door in the city of Paris Ky on Saturday Aug 5 1905 at about hour of 11 oclock a m the following described real estate LOT No house and lot situ ated on the corner of High and streets fronting on High street 34 feet more or to middle of the alley which separates Lot 1 from Lot No 2 then running eastward towarn Main street 73 feet 9 inches more or less then running northward toward Seventh street 34 feet5 inches more or less and along Seventh street westward to intersection of High street about 73 feet 9 inches LOT No 2 Adjoining Lot No 1 and fronting on high Street about 35 inches and extending back eastwardly about 73 feet 9 inches on either side about 34 feet 9 inches on the eastern boundary On this prop erty is a nice 3rorm cottage with fron and back porch LOT No certain lot in the City of Paris fronting on the Paris and Georgetown turnpike 53 feet 3 inches and extending back therefrom with the of the African Baptist Church on one side 107 feet the line of Long Michael Murray on the other side to line and is 48 feet 10 inches in rear on Wain wrights line LOT No certain town lot in the City of Paris designated as Lot No 5 on the plat of Addition said plat being on record in Bourbon County Clerks office said lot fronts on High Street 50 feet running back at right angles from street 150 feet and bounded on the North by No 4 and on the South by No 6 Lot No 3 will be offered in parcels and then as a whole and the best accepted therefor Said parcels are as follows house and lot on Eighth Street adjoining the African Baptist Church lot and on street about 31 feet extending back 107 with the line of said Church lot and then running with what was Wainwrights line 14 feet and Eighth Street and on the East side about 97 feet 2nd House and lot adjoining first parcel fronting 30 feet 6 inches more or less on Eighth Street running with lines to what was Vain Wrights line and along said line in rear 34 more or less with stable in rear TERMS Said sale will be made upon credit of six and twelve months for equal part of the purchase money for which the purchaser or purchasers will be to execute bonds with good surety payable to the Commissioner and interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date of sale un til and to have force and effect of judgment v r RUSSELL MANN AT C B C C J J WILKCAMS Atty for Plaintiffs TO VIA 0 S I F1E Williams OlntIUClltWil1 cure Blind Bleeding and IL the tumors allays the at once acts as a poultice instant reo inept Master9s SaleI OF 6itu PrOD6rtu c Kytowit1The 3A thelot Wainwrights 4A 1stA them undersigned r J y 9 s 3Dr IndianPiis- i Itching absorbs gives the Seventh feet bid = GREAT HORSE SAlE SiJURDAY JULY 29 1905 300 Head at Auction PER CHER O N CLYDESDALE COACH BRED and INDIAN PONIES tures which arrived too late for our sale on July 12 1905 J F COOK CO Union Stock Yards Lexington Ky besthorses MOTTS o RESTORATIVE CURES ERVOUS n Tfco world admires men who are In physicalmental and hervo force men of ambitionpersonal magnetism the true typo of perfect manhoodTO this the first is good Nerves which gIve capacity for and Calm NerVss ness Prostration Sleeplessness troubles duoto over work habits and ether causesSlakes rich healthy blood and repairs wasted nerves freePrice with a guaranteo to refund If not cured or benefited PEFFEH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U S A Bottles 5Oc For Sale by W T Brooks first Seashore Excursion SEASON 1905 TO ftTLftNTlGGITY Ocean City Cape May or Sea Isle City VIA BIG FOURL S Ml S Ry and Lehigh Valley Route Through Cleveland and Buffalo THURSDAY JULY 20 1905 14 for the Round Trip From Cincinnati O Return limit 12 day including date of sale Good for stop at Philadelphia and Niagara also at Westfield with agent immediately on arrival For full information and particulars as to rates and tickets etc call on WARREN J LYNCH Gen Pass and Ticket Agt Cincinnati 0 J E REEVES Gen Southern Agent Cincinnati O Seashore Excursion TO ATLAMTICOITY CAPE MAY SEA ISLE CITY REHOBOTH AND OTHER ATLANTICCOAST POINTS AUGUST VIA Stopover Privileges on Return Trip at Baltimore and v Washington EXTREMELY LOW RATES TICKETS GOOD 12 DAYS Vestibuled Trains Elegant High Coaches Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars Com panys Dining Cars Ask agents for descriptive folder con taining time of trains list of hotels etc or address O P jfficCAUTY G P A Cincinnati mentor lIvIngPEFFERSHervous Memory Vital Wc t I returning address I I I THURSDAY 10th BOSW I I I o I I d healthy Small ae T Back- Seat an = = TONSORIAL ARTISTS shaves should shave with us e shave quick we shave clean TO shave right Five polite barbers em ployed You can always va turn OAHALB OS L N TIME CARD i In Effect April 9 1905 ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TR 3 SJa3 PARIS iFrom Lexington Ky 531 a m From Tenn 528 a m loCincinnati O a m Froni Lexington Ky 745 a so to 0 a m From Rowland Ky 743 a m loMaysville Ky 755 a in From Maysville Ky a m toKy 750 m From Cincinnati 0 1058 a in ID Knoxville Tenn 1110 a m From Maysville Ky 325 p m loRowland pmFrom Knoxville Tenn 330 p loCincinnati 0 p From Lexington p m From Cincinnati 0 533 pmy loLexington Ky p m From Lexington Ky 610 p m ioKy 620 p m Solid Comfort Travel Means TIlE HENDERSON Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Between ST LOUIS If you contemplate a trip or a cbasgeof the near future Get dieHenderson Route Habit It is the comfort line and a comfort able train in traveling is always a good hahit to At least give us the opportunity ofnam you rates We the train service the free chair cars anil the rates What more do you want GEO L GARRETT Traveling Pass ArtTn ij cujiri HENDERSON ROUTE Louisville NEW LINE OF THE FAMOUS No Name f 1 catch t I I 7 a m Ky 3 33 r toKnoxvilleLexington LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY SEEKERSRATES L J General Pas Agent Ky Ever one who w I 40 LexingtonKY IlL t ROUTE I TS and I Oat Just Received LARGE STCTCK OF THE FAMOUS DOUGLAS SHOE TWIN BROS Old Feathers Wanted the highest cash price for old feathers Phones 303 E T 234 THOMAS BROS V BOGAERT J E KNOCKS VICTOR BOGAERT Manufacturing Jeweler and Import No 135 W Main Street Lexington Kentucky Importing Belgium I will pay the highest market price for old and new feathers Address A T Fordham Hotel 201mo Paris Kyt I I I We will pay 4 HouseBrussels wANT D r I a 9 I H LUCAS i PENNYROYAL PILLS They overcome Wejtfc ness irregularity and Tin r ann pawof menstruation They are LIFE SAVERS to atwomanhood development of organs and body 33o known remedy for women equals them Cannot do Isfc a BOX BY MAll Soldby druggists DR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO banish a C1eyelands OhiG For Sale by OBERDOKFJSB The Drug rist Y t t i i r- z tJ U tY 2 lM J ft fiJe i ik o Q J 1 tftI J1 I b- I i I v qr- IZ P4 1 i 4- tr = + = = Jucker 5c Co deductions in AND OTHER SUMMER GOODS jflso Bargains in men and Boys Suits WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE CRAWFORD SHOES FOR MEN Rummans Tucker Department Store Paris Ky McCormick Mowers v f and Hay Rakes Always Satisfy w Nothing Better Made Nothing Easier Handled Sold Only By R J NEELY r i Vs I rJrJ 1 lc I lJig lJatistod I 1 Q i T I I i 1 Itt 1 1 I jfr I I 1ry1 1 1 J i J v 9um na H awn Cos 1- I = FRESH FRUITS Pine Apples Lemons S- x Peaches Bananas Jt Watermelons on C P COOK CO GEO W DAVIS HJNERAi DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBAIMER DAY 137 NIGHT 399 r I i 1 Oranges IIJ t t 1 Ice S J I t IS i f tIJ fr t S L- w a irS BOTH ITT = + + Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of W 34th St New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes1 I had salt rheum or eczema for years but nothing would cure it until I used Bucklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c at Oberdorfers drugstore WANTED Plenty of sacks will receive at either end of town E F SPEARS SONS No the WalkOver Shoe is the tf FREEMAN FREEMAN BOTTLED BEER Try our Bavarian Bottled Beer The best made Only 5 cents per bottle Recommended for family use tf FRANK SALOSHIN Ever remark that the better you do work for some people the less they seem to like it On the other hand we have one customer who is never satisfied unless we give him a botch Newly Cleaned The Elite Barber Shop Carl Craw ford proprietor has been cleaned and renovate throughout Expert tonsor ial artists are on hand to wait on the trade assuring all patrons of quick service iiiiiTiiiiii 1 1 1 1 1 in iTJiramn 1 1 HI nirr nn miia I L H LANDMAN fi s- s the residence of s- i Mrs Smith Clarke 505 High St TUESDAY August 8 05 ARGUMENT best I job tf i1- mlIIItIIlJiumIJuitl1II1 1 illlllmllJJJd y WHEAT f DR- At t Mr SUMMER SPECIALS from now till tie end of Summer you will finHv3 v Sln every department goods at low prices J policy to enter the Fall with new y demands this special price The price cutting affects Carpets Draperies Wall Paper and Art alike with something special in every depart ment j rep ction I r- y ry- N r Our season stockr a furniture Gods F wwNy e ri45y A The Souths Best Popular Priced Attraction The above label is stamped upon the Jewell Kelley Stock Co which will be seen at the Paris Grand Opera House all next week presenting a great line of new plays and highclass vaudeville The is said to excel in its work and leaves an en viable reputation in the South where the very name of the company is a household word Jewell Kelleys name in the South is a guarantee of fair and honest dealings Every play is just as old plays under new titles but each play is produced under it correct title The manage ment never breaks a promise to its patronage produces what he adver company advertisedno MR JEWELL KELLEY tises and gives a show where woman and child gets their moneys worth It is the principle that succeeds and combined with energy and ambition talent and hustling ability explains the success of this talked about and wonderful attractionOn opening night A Fatal Step will be presented Ladies will be admitted free upon the usual con ditions Jprovided ticketsare purchased before 6p m on Monday At the Saturday matinee Little Lord Fauntleroy will be presented with Baby Edna in the title role The little lady will hold a reception upon the stage after the last act IP C Change of Time Commencing Monday June 5 19Q5 the morning train on the F C Ry will leave Frankfort at 620 a m of 650 as heretofore and will leave Georgetown at 712 a m This train will connect with trains onKentucky Central for Carlisle Millersburg Maysville Cynthiana Falmouth and Cincinnati The West bound morning train on F C will leave Paris at 830 arriving at at 904 a m connecting with the local Southbound train on the Q C and arrive at Frankfort at 1120 a m LION who drinks beer should always insist on having the famous Lion Beer tf T F BRANNON Agent ALL photographs and engravings used in the History of Paris and Bourbon County will be made free Let us publish a picture of your in the book everyman instead BEEREverybody t f J Georgetown business y StS DEATHS Mike Carmody aged fifty years died at the residence of his sister Mrs Noah Sagaster near this city Saturday at 1116 oclock p m Mr Carmody was formerly a merchant ef this city but moved to Indianapolis Ind fourteen years ago He to visit his sister about ten days v thinkingthat the trip would be bene ficial to his health The hot weather effected him very much and he rap idly grew worse He leaves six chil dren the youngest being eleven of age all residents of Indianapolis He was a half brother of Matt Oar mody and Mrs Mike of this city The remains were sent Indianapolis where the interment took place Sunday Allie D Mann son of the late Rev Milton Mann of Carlisle died at Salt Lick Bath county Thursday morning aged 30 years He was married about two years ago to Miss Willie May Banfield of Rowan county who survives him Mr Mann was for A a number of years a resident of Paris li and made many friends who will learn ij with deepest sorrow of his passing away He was a brother of Mrs Geo V Taylor and a halfbrother of Mr Fletcher Mann of Paris and Rev E G B Mann of Lexingtsn Burial at Carlisle Saturday The remains of little Miss Marion Saulsberry of Flat Lick Knox county accompanied by her parents Mr and Mrs E G Saulsberry on the 530 a m Knoxville train Saturday and were interred in the Paris cemetery Saturday after noon at 3 oclock Services at grave by the Rev Dr E H Mrs Saulsberry is a sister o Drs M H Dailey of this city and W G Dailey of Millersburg l i K Miss Viola Hutchison aged 19V years died at the home ofher parents i Mr and Mrs Howard Hutchison Jacksonville Saturday Funeralv v services were held yesterday at Silas church conducted by Mr Moores the Methodistt minister of Georgetown Burial in Jacksonville cemetery The pall bearers were Misses Minnie Cummins Gertrude Cummins Minnie Fitzaker Artie Dodson Ella Dillie Marshall Mamie Allison Hattie Cummins The sevenmonthsold son of Mr and Mrs Charlie Collins died attheir home near town on the Redmonpike Sunday Burial yesterday afternoon in the Millersburg cemetery Daniel Lamont who was Secre of War under President Cleve1 land died at 915 oclock Sunday evening at Millbrook N Y his country residence after a brief REMEMBER you getno old stock or styles when you purchase your Shoes of Roberts Anderson All Shoes at cost Our Summer Sale was a have to continue through this week 4 2t 1 Morgans Men Reunion V Morgans will hold their anhuaLvK reunion at Parks Hill Nicholas Ji county on Tuesday and Wednesday y August 15 and 16 The railroad will J4 make a cheap rate and board and Ji lodging at the camp is only 125 per j x day If you attend once you mlifef want o go again P I years She to 1 arrived the fjt r j Y Evans f 1 l ij J t such 1 lastweek A TwIN BROS t men i t ir L L I t f v came ago i 4 Rutherford near l and Yr tar y xill- ness Low success that we decided X r r X rkjJe- a + f L k 1 t 2 p iF Z5Wifri3f 4 I 7T I N JIHi e k i 7- z A f I3 + THE BOIEBON NEWS TUESDAY JULY 25 1905 NOTICEWATER CONSUMERS Numerous persons are violating the Title which limits use of hose to two hours per day and forbids use of hose from 9 p m to 5 a HI These rules vill be strictly enforced PARIS WATER COMPANY tf N Mitchell Supt OLD goods or old styles at Roberts Andersons All new and fresh but all low shoes go at cost Road Supervisor Appointed Yesterday Judge H C Smith ap pointed Hon W A Morris Road Supervisor of District No 1 vice Geo R removed Shoes at Cost All Shoes reduced to cost at Freemans tf Residence Sold Dr Theodore Sallee has sold his residence on Winchester street to Mrs Sallie Barnett for 1250 cash MUST make room for fall goods Roberts Anderson are selling all summer goods at cost GoCart for Sale A rubber tired gocart in good con dition for sale cheap Apply at 504 High Street New Cornet Soloist Miss Ollie Pigg the gifted cornet ist of Lexington has secured the position of cornet soloist at the Chris tian Church in this city She will be gin her work on the first Sunday in August CITY and country people ALL buy their shoes from Roberts Anderson They are selling their Oxfords at cost A New Sewerage System Work on Lexingtons new system will soon be under way A representative of the firm contracting for its construction is now in that city to make the necessary surveys It is KEEP your feet cool with a pair those elegant low Shoes that Roberts Anderson are selling at cost k Prisoners Taken toJTrankfort The four prisoners convicte at the X June term of the Bourbon Circuit taken to the penitentiary Sat urday by Sheriff W W Mitchell They were Harry Higgins 1 year Charles Lee 3 years Charlie Parker if year and Geo Sparks 2 years latter three are colored QUICK sales and small profits are yhyJRoberts Anderson sell NEW at the same price as others ask stock rv Fresh FIsh J We will receive a nice lot of fresh morning We them to suit customer Phone us your order delivery is H MARGOLEN yx LADIES and Misses Oxfords black or white at Roberts Ander sons They are going at cost pvv Two Freights Rave Headon Collision c 1 On Saturday morning about 7 oclock itwas demonstrated that two trains cannot pass on the by a headon collision near Escon dida about eight miles south of this city on the Main line of the iL and N The collision resulted in large loss of money to the company but luckily no one was seriously hurt although Fireman Smith and Brake man Perkins were severely bruised up The wreck occurred on a straight stretch of track which enabled the crews of both trains to see the inevi table and jump Both engines were derailed one rolling down a ten foot embankment lying upside down Three cars of coal two of lumber were demolished the broken twisted cars and contents being piled in a heap 7 The wrecking crew of this city was soon on the ground and in three hours had a track built around the Misjudging the time by one of the engineers was the cause the wreck r GALL on Roberts Anderson for a pair of those handsome J M Ox No Ashur t r t A I of J tf this he j r i i l sametrack I wreck of 1 you can get at IIJ iiI c f l1 s 4 Freeman sewerage excavation were The Shoes old clean h Prompt fs 1 tan 3 s fords them cost ky + 0 Carter Sr ibjyiriln Springs for short stay a j J P I McCarthy has returned from Lick Springs Ind J B McChesney left for Louis ville Sunday on business trip Geo McNamara left yesterday for Grand Rapids Mich Fletcher Mann made a business trip to Flemingsburg yesterday Mrs H L Terrell and Miss Sena visited in Winchester Sunday Frank J Keith and children are visiting relatives at Corbin Ky Miss Laura Williams of Mt Ster ling is the guest of Miss Milda Mc Millan A J Winters spent Sunday with his family who are visiting at Lena Raymond of Cynthi ana is the guest of Miss Bessie Ed wards Misses May and Bernadette Bran are visiting in Lexington and Georgetown Mr and Mrs J M Wood of Winchester were guests Sunday of Mrs Mary Stivers Mrs L Lieberman of Washing ton D C is the guest of Mr and Mrs L Saloshin C ExSquirej of Ruddles Mills is seriously ill with paralysis Prof M G Thompson yes tarday for a trip to Flemingsburg Sharpburg and Maysville Mrs James Ewing of James burg Ind is visiting Mrs Jesse Tur ney and Mrs C C Leer of Kan sas City is the guest of Mr and Mrs W P Wornall in county Joe Ewalt left yesterday for Louisville to inspect King Solomon Chapter No 5 F and A M Mrs R N Lightfoot of Snorters Ala is the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Settles of near North Middletown John Brophy Geo Wyatt J W Thomas Jr and Nathan Bayless Court at Oynthiana yesterday Mrsc Newton Mitchell arrived Joseph Hospital urday eyening in much improved condition P J Millett arrived Saturday and spent Sunday at his stock farm Ma John T McClintock wife and daughter of New are here his sister Mrs C N Fithian and other relatives Miss Nellie and Georgia Fithian are spending the week with the of Mr W F Cantrill near Jack sonville this county County Attorney Denis Dundon Dundon andthe bright little Virginia Mr and Mrs John L Trundle of Stamping Ground and Misses Bessie and Eleanor Haynes of Fern Bank 0 are guests of Mr and Mrs John A Bower on Higgins avenue Miss Amanda Yerkes gave an dance last evening in hon or of her guests Miss Jane Gaitskill of Winchester and Misses Ethel Rice and Rebecca Duke of Maysville Miss Ella Foote of Lexington Miss Flora Rea of Frankfort and Miss Birdie Brown of Dayton who have been guests of Mr and Mrs William Sauer returned yesterday to their respective homes Dr Louis Frank and son Master Silby of Louisville arrived here afternoon at 4 oclock in the Doctors automobile having made the trip in eight hours They come via Shelbyville Frankfort and Georgetown Dan Alex Baird J A Schwartz E J OConnell Hill Newt Current and George T Lyons leave on August 5 for Little Current Ontario Canada where they will spend three weeks fishing Har vey Gillard of color will them to look after the camp Henry Mock of Ponomo whtSis visiting Messrs 0 A Williams of Shawhan was in the Saturday Mr Mock was formerly of this county having mov ed West in 1860 This is his first visit to his native county since leaving and says the change in Paris is something marvelous i t7 r pERSONALS J J is Rio t Eminence Mi s non r Leroy Ballenger left I Miss Elizabeth Wornall hom yesterday York visiting Springsto Peed GeoM city f r y t at French Mrs L attended efromSt Sat family impromptu yesterday accompany Cal and Joseph y w y = = A Geb B Castle wlio the Warren Bros Bituminous Street Jo of Boston Mass with headquar ers at Cincinnati was in the city Fri day He said they were putting down 600000 square yards of his street in Cincinnati besides having forces at work in fortyseven different cities throughout the country We would like to see this firm come here and rebuild Main street f Miss Lizzie Horine of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs Thcs Moran Mrs M B Adair who has been visiting relatives here for several weeks returned to her home at Mt Sterling yesterday Mrs Mary Welsh and daughter Miss Mary and granddaughters Misses Margaret and Camille of Cen terville are visiting Mrs Richard ODonnell at Cincinnati Mayor Ben Perry and wife will go to Lexington this morning and join the K of P excursion from that city to Natural Bridge Quite a number of Knights from here will also go from a three months business trip to the South and Cuba While gone he sold lljOOO worth of Blue Lick Water He leaves today for three months trip through the West MENS and Womens Tan Oxfords at cost at Roberts Andersons New System of Graft Unearthed In Kentucky A special from Lexington in Sun days Enquirer tells of a new system of graft just been unearthed in Kentucky involving some prominent names which we give in full viz A sensation in connection with an alleged system of graft employed by certain revenue agents for the State at large is on the eve of exposure here by State Inspector Henry B Hines and it is said the dragnet will catch one of the bestknown residents of Lexington who it is alleged obtained a large sum of money by fraudulent means The investigation which it is said will result in a being issued next Tuesday was started by Sheriff Woodson McCord of Clark County who discovered the illegal transaction in connection with a suit for back taxes which was filed against the Ford Lumber Company of Ford Ky The discovery was when Robt Thomas the manager tender ed to Sheriff McCord 360 the amount of a judgment against the company with a penalty of 20 per cent added Sheriff McCord refused to accept the amount on the ground that it was en tirely too small for the amount of taxable property owned by the com pany as recorded in the books of his office Upon his refusal to accept the amount McCord was informed by Manager Thomas that he had pad 1000 on the side to a revenue agent to have the small judgment rendered and he felt that the judgment coupled with the extra amount was to cover any amount he might owe for taxes This also seemed reasonable to Sheriff McCord as none of the 1000 had been turned in to satisfy the taxes he at once State Inspector Hines with the result that an investigation was set on foot Inspector Hines went to Winchester and took the testimony of Manager Thomas and Sheriff McCord and announced that he will have warrauts issued for the party guilty of securing the money by such illegal and irregular methods It is claimed by people here that the system employed by some of the State revenue agents to secure money and stop prosecution of the suits for back taxes has netted them thousands of dollars during the last few months but now that the investigation has at last been started it is said one of the biggest graft scandals heard of in the State of Kentucky will be by the State Inspector State Revenue Agent A M Harri son of Lexington is the agent re ferred to and says he will show a clean bill at proper time He is the agent who recently brought a num ber of suits here Bourbon Farms for Sale I have two good Bourbon county farms for sale One of 430 acres the other 200 acres Write for informa tion JOHNDULEY 27june6mp Maysville Ky Wheat Sacks Plenty of wheat sacks Will pay highest price for wheat You can unload your wagons with ease and quickness at our elevator Call 84 either phone for prices 4tf R B HUTCHCRAETV 4 I I A P Allis returned yesterday I warrant mad sufficient I I bait I exposed j r represents now consulted ever + inen Soods i deduced fPrtce Embroidered Voiles Mohoir and Novelty Cotton Goods reduced price 15c yard Fifty of Wash Goods worth up to 25c yard Reduced price 10c yard u V Come quick if you want some of those beautiful White Shirt Waists at j White Silk Fans at very special prices 12 c Ribbed Vests 8 iv T V 50c Ribbed Vests 25c r 125 and 150 Wrappers choice 98c Kimonas at cost i 150 Umbrellas choice 98c v All Hamburgs at reduced prices vv 3r i52953J MAIN STREET PHONE 297 co c I 1 7 J J 1 Ir ED TUC mRThe St nct II 5J liz t t 25c y costSt r Ws 4 I4 iIF I cant sell BETTER goods for LESS money than other dealers then I dont expect to get you valued orders for you I II FURNITURE CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS WALL PAPER LACE CURTAINS fvr WOOD MANTELS and everything else may need in housekeeping A few specialties that I am sole agent for Old Hickory Lawn Furniture The most attractive made 3 The North Star Kefrigera or Cork lined The best on earth Globe Wernicke Elastic Book Cases Superior to all others The Gold Medal SweepersCleans fail Special Attention to Interior Decoration I Undertaking in all its branches Embalming scientifically attended to fI I I iJ S you f i AMBULA 7C 1ti1ti1r + The Fair The money saver is the money make Buy your goods here and you become both at the same time Satis faction assured You absolutely run notrisk in buying here any goods that do come up to your expectations either in price or quality we take back This Wednesday only shape tumblers finely finished and polished 29c a set Thursday only 2quart granite iron cooking kettles each 10c Friday Iron Wash Basins UK inches the top lOc each Saturday colors Beads 10c a string Fly Traps 5c each Floor Mops lOc white enameled Steel Soap Dishes with drainer 10c one gallon Cooking Crocks with bail each 5c THE FAIR no onlyGranite across onlyAll I r week Colonial Notice to Contractors Sealed bids win be received by theundersigned at the Committee Room Court House Paris or mailed to the undersigned until 12 oclock noon Thursday August 3 1905 cordance with plans and specifications of Architect Roe which can be seen at the office of County Judge Paris Ky or in the office of Architect Roe Lexington Ky The right is re any or all J HOWELLChairman Court House Building Com New Doctor Dr Theodore Sallee has fitted up a suit of rooms over Vardens where he can be found when not engaged y ofthe drugstore professionally h i t I r r i 1 r r 5 ti a + c flu rr iT1I i IP RCELAThe Only Preparation Made Excluisvely for Cleaning Enameled Iron Bath Tubs fe AND OTHER ENAMELED WARE ALSO ALL PORCELAIN WARE Do not clean your Enameled Bath Tub Wash Bowl Sink or Porcelain Ware with gritty acid substance as it will positively ruin the enamel in a short time This is a fact Ask your plumber or any dealer in plumbers supplies about it PORCELA is positively guaranteed to remove all dirt grease rust or other stains unless same is caused by faulty or damaged enamel without the slightest tendency to injure the enamel J1 TELEPHONE 180 Blue Grass Traction Company Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 to 9 p m except a ji i and S p m Leave Paris for Lex ington every hour 7 a m to 10 p uit except 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to II p m except II a m i 8 and 10 p m Leave George town for Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leaves for Georgetown at 330 Leaves Georgetown at 10 a MI Leaves Lexington for Paris at u35 a m Leaves Paris at 145 P m Freight rates alsa special rates for ex cursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tick ets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main street Lex ington Ky E T Phone 610 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER President L 0 GUNNEllY PImnficr pf tt a m t I r from m I n 1 f Y L T L Leave p t r 4 A NIGHTS REST f GOOD Speak for it 1 she cried to doggie For she knew in her That German Syrup homes treasure Could impart qThe greatest tonic on earth is a good rest nights and the exhaustion of a are dread dangers of thfe poor consumptive But fear of night when a few doses of Dr Boschees German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely from or sweat Free in the morning is made by taking German JWe know by the experience of over thirtyfive years that one 75cent bottle of German Syrup will relieve or cure the worst colds lung that even in bad cases one large bottle of work wonders 12 qTwo sizes 25C and 75c All druggists For Sale by G S VARDEN CO GOOD CHEAP best 2 gallon whisky sold in Paris the Norwood brand For sale by T F Brannon tf WANTED I will pay the highest cash price for feathers 24tf FOEEEST B THOMAS terrible bronchialor troublesand ofconsumption WmsKyThe er boy expectoration certain Having secured the services of E Power expert Concrete man who understands the working of Concrete in any shape or form we are prepared to do all kinds of Concrete work such as build cisterns Verandas foundations c In fact anything that you may want built of concrete All Work Guaranteed If you are contemplating having anything done in the concrete line let you an estimate on same Y We have on hands at all times crushed rock coarse rock and screenings Hedges Adair BOTH PHONES 253 I r J I f i JII walks fence posts curbing steps D r j I f r jj J 1 1 11 Iotjins fences I c us makel- M S 1p A iT 4 CHRYSTAL GO COMMISSION MERCHANTS and Provisions Private to Chicago New York New WILSON BUILDING Paris Ky BOTH PHONES 60S I StoKs BonOs Grill Gottonc e I I i wires Orleans TWIN BROS GREAT SUMMER SALE COMMENCING SATURDAY JULY 8 ONE WEEK Greatest Bargains Ever Displayed at any Sale Come Early while Stock is Complete fwin Bros Big Dry Goods and Shoe Department r J Main Streef Paris Kentucky X V rtl t i f e cj ojC I k t 9R r ra JOURMN NEWS SWIFT CHAMP EDITOR OWNER TUESDAY JULY 25 1905 MILLERSBURG MrJ G Smedley left Monday for Louisville on business If you want seed wheat call on Peale Collier Co before buying Mr John B Vimont went to Cyn thiana Monday on business Miss Harmie Stitt of Paris was the guest of Miss Bettie T Vimont the past week Savage and family Mr Roy Endicott returned Satur day from a visit to Owenton and Drennon Springs county Saturday- Dr M H Dailey and wife of Paris were guests Sunday of Dr G W Daily and family The dog tax will go into effect Tags can be procured from T P Wadell town clerk Mrs C B Smith and daughter Martha are visiting their uncles A and B at Hutchison Mrs Louis Rogers and family of Cane Ridge spent Sunday with her father J G Allen and family Mr O P Carter wife and babe of Paris were guests of Mr and Mrs Ashby Lee Saturday and Sunday Mrs B C Horton and babe re turned Friday from a months visit with parents at Bristol Tenn Miss Smith of Maysville will be at Hotel Bourbon tonight for the pur pose of organizing a dancing class Look at the Troy Farm Wagon when you pass our oltice PEALS COLLIER Co Mr Patterson of Lexington visited his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Patterson from Saturday to MondayProf C Fisher failed to strike water at 120 feet and is boring another well Mr Cox of Cynthiana is doing the work Mr Albert and Miss Myrtle Self of Lexington were the guests of Miss Virginia Wright from Saturday to Monday Dr I D Best and bride were sere naded Thursday night by their young lady and gentleman friends The couple have received a number of handsome bridal presents The union meeting began Sunday night at M The ministers of all the churches will assist and a good choir will furnish music Every one is cordially invited Mr and Mrs Ed Saulsberry and three children of Flat Lick are guests of her brother Dr G W Dailey and family Mr and Mrs Saulberry their daughter at Paris Saturday WHEAT WANTED Will pay highest price Plenty of sacks Will your wheat at reasonable terms AgentHome Give It a Trial Physical Culture for the face Our new Electric Massage drives away wrinkles and eradicates blackheads from the face A trial is proof ELITE BARBER SHOP SUBSCRIBE now for THE BOURBON NEWS for six 100 and get a copy of our illustrated magazine free FOR FAMILY UsEiOrder a case of Lion Beer from T F Brannon None better for family use tf Sunflower Philosophy Atchison Kan Globe All of us put our big apples on top of the basket The trouble with most of us is that we lob them over and nobody cares to yell rotten It is a womans idea that a man should ask his mothers permission until the day he asks his wifes A man knowns he cant put his hand into the ice water but he will pour ice water into his stomach Look on the bright side you will not get cross wondering where your wife put the bed covers before she went away If a man sits in the same room with a baby that is sound asleep in its crib he thinks he should have the credit care of it v THE AID 1 largetobacco Lexingtonis I CherryGrove y Ed buying months j t today y market forking tir CANNED CORN As Long As They Last L SALOSHIN 11 i C l 1CO s I I if AT 1 Ii 7g C t nfill II I ere n I I 11 I J 7usthc1zoc Er11NEJ T I When contemplating the erection of a MONUMENTt- o those departed come and see our large and beautiful stock of new and artistic work the largest in Central Kentucky Also a collection of and attractive DESIGNS JIU exclusive Fine Lettering by Pneumatic Tools Ow Specialty WM ADAMS H SON Lexington Ky FOR MOWERS TEDDERS RAKES CULTIVATRS Hemp Machines c ON They Handle the Osborne Make Bourbon Lumber Wfice and Yard opp E 15 freight Depot stock of Rough and Dressed was never so complete Lumber for the interior ILUMBERIthat is well seasoned and that will give satisfaction The best Lumber a csaw ever saw Shingles Sash and Doors Estimates Furnished I si HAY S I I L I iI CALL I PEED DODSON I I e j1F 1 JI J CO9 6J Our I f Lourbon umber f c 1 q 7 S 1 t 47 S t 8 1III I Lumber 1 Company = 0 J it v HERE AND THERE The Winchester Water Company has completed a 450foot dam and is laying three miles more of mains At Havana on account of existence of yellow fever at New Orleans has been declared against that placeThe gross earnings of the L and N for the second week of July were CSTGG IO an increase of 97880 the same week last year j E Wood and A H Sympson are applicants for Postmaster at Winches tel to succeed Mr R R Perry who announces that he will be The funeral of fortyseven of the victims of the Bennington disaster was held Sunday the interment ing in a common grave in the old military cemetery near San Diego It has been announced at San Fran cisco that Chinatown will have an eight or ten page morning daily paper printed in the Chinese language It will be the only such morning paper pablished outside of China When the CentralPark playgrounds are completed late this summer Lou isville children will have a playground that will have cost over 350000 and will be the its kind in the United States Mexico bought 137 locomotives and 23308 tons of steel rails from the United States in 11 months of 1904 calendar year This is an increase of 70 locomotives and 21000 tons of steel rails over the corresponding period of 1903 More than 1000 Japanese turned out at Seattle Thursday with music and fireworks to welcome Buron Komura the Japanese commissioner who arrived on the steamship Minne sota on way to the peace con ference The quarantine situation affecting New Orleans is not serious in that it applies only to persons believed to be relieved by the establishment of de lines of all rail roads where travelers who desire to go to quarantine territory may re main five days and secure certificate of noninfection from the Marine Hos pital service The remains of John Paul Jones was transferred yesterday from Admiral Sigsbees flagship the Brooklyn to a temporary resting place in a vault on the grounds of the Naval Academy at Annapolis The ramains were taken to the shore on the naval tug Stan dish and were conveyed to the vault in a hearse The only ceremony will be a brief Scriptural reading by the chaplain of the academy Preparations for the peace are progressing rapidly at Portsmouth N H and by Aug 5 the date on which the are expected to arrive everything will be in readiness for their recep tion The Washington Government and the State of New Hampshire are cooperating in making arrangements for the comfort of the conferees Insure with W O Hinton He lias the right kind o insurance CURE FOR HAY FEVER Clarke Co Say Hyomei Will Give Under Guar antee The season fever is almost at hand and many people feel that they will be obliged to go away in or der to avoid the sneezing watery eyes and other annoying symptoms this disagreeable summer disease N Clarke Co wish us to when Hyomei is used as a pre or a there will be no They advise daily treat m rat with Hyomei for two or three w eks before the usual time for appearance of hay fever If this is done the attack will be However if the preventive ti eatment is not started soon enough a id the disease makes its appearance it ie Hyomei six or times daily relief will be given at once There is no stomach dosing when Hyomei is used Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit its medicated air reaches the minutest air cells killing all germs and soothing the irritated mucous membrane The complete Hyomei outfit costs extra bottles 50 cents It is the only treatment for hay fever sold by Clarke Co under a guarantee to refund the jfit does not give satisfactionax f 1 quarantine be this tentioncomps onthe plenipotentiaries ReliefSold forhay f announce- tl at ye cure hafever the rated but 1 over reappointed finest of conference t five anual prey seven clad V healing money a Extremely Low Rate Announced vii Southern Railway Extremely low rates are via the Southern Railway from Louis ville for the following special occa sions 2925 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return August 11 12 and 13 account Fraternal Order of Eagles Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col andreturn August 29 to September 2 inclusive account Na tional Encampment G A R 1585 Athens Ga and return July 8 and 15 account Athens Summer School 665 Ohattanooga Tenn and re turn Sept 16 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion anniversary Chicamauga 6150 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 7250 Portland Ore and return going or returning via San Francisco and Los Angeles frecnient dates dur ing July August and September ac count Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 6650 San Francisco or Los An geles Cal and return August 6 to 14 inclusive 7250 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return fre quent dates during July August and September Cheap homeseekers tickets to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Texas North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 18 Aug 1 and 15 Sept 5 and 19 Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Station For ad ditional information folders sched ules etc address A R COOK C P T A No 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGEKFOKD No 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis W H TAYLOR G P A Washing ton D C DONTWllTUntil ypur poultry yard has suf fered a great loss from Cholera but keep a supply of FOTHERGILXjS Poultry Powders on hand to prevent the spread of the disease Price 50c at your Druggists I announced 2300 Oklahoma I l I I I 1 battle round- trip a DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Mayor JAMES M OBRIBN For Police Judge r E T HINTON o For Chief of Police GEORGE 4 For Councilmen First Ward W H Webb James and James Taylor Second C Parrish Thos Brannon and John M Duvall Third Ward T P Woods For Circuit Judge ROBT L STOUT v vv of Woodfqrd county For State c of Clark For County judge v DENIS DUND0N For Sheriff E PfLAKKp 1 For County J v V V BD PA i For County Attorney T E MOORE JR t ForKepresentative J HAL WOODFORD C i For Assessor HENRY For Jailer1 T j C i r GEO W JUDY For School Superintendent i F L For Surveyor i- V BEN F BEDFORD For Coroner WM KENNEY i r1 Justice of i Paris Precinct v Fletcher Mann Mill ersburg E P Flat Rock J H North Middletown I C Anderson Clintonville J P Howell Hutchison Claybrook Centerville J T Barlow Ruddles Mills Take For Constable j Paris PreciricS Jos Williams B Dempsey WardD f j ECTON c TON f 1 0 CAYWOOD i j Thomas on I E Keller r y v r HILL Senator P county i Clerk 5 i For Peace P = = LOST A brooch with diamond in center Return to NEWS office and get reward Advertisement of Bargains See advertisement on page 2 of Freeman Freeman Shoes at cost tf J f i pearl 5000 TELEGIPK NEEDED Annually to fill the new positions created Railroad and Telegraph Companies We want MEN and LADIES of good habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R R ACCOUNTING We furnish 75 cent of the Oper ators andiStation Agents in America Our six schools are the largest exclu sive Telegraph Schools IN THE WORLD 20 years and endorsed by all leading Railway officials execute a 250 bond to student to furnish him or her a posi tion paying from 40 to 60 a month in east of the Rocky Moun tains or from 75 to 100 a month in States west of the Rockies IMMEDI ATELY UPON GRADUATION Students can enter at any time No vacations Forfull particulars re garding any of our Schools write to our executive office at Ciucinnati 0 Catalogue free The Morse School of Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Atlanta Ga Texarkana Tex Buffalo Lacrosse Wis Cal i At the old Steve Jackson place High Street Paris Ky Horses fed at reasonable rates Hitch 10 cents We make a specialty of breaking horses and colts Call around and get our terms Some other things we will tell you when you call SCOTT HICKS Props ProM Your Home every N Y SanFaancisco Hth n t o FGQ 1 a One less burglar will visit your Home if introdubed to one of our upon his entrance We have just received new line of the best of firearms Revolvers Ranging in Price Froifi TO 82500 All popular makes such as Colts Smith Wesson etc always in stock also a nich stock of all of KNIVES to select from Saws lawn mowers and scissors sharp ened keys fitted locks and trunks All work guaranteed W C DAVIS memV I Time Saved is Money Made See us before selling your wheat We can save you time in unloading your wagons as we can unload 3000 bushels per Oan save you money if ou wish to store wheat Plenty of sacks Highest price See us before selling Paris Milliflg Co REVOLVERS 0 200 i kinds IWHw J- l1 ji I I hour to j II I o 1J oa I repaired market 1 BO U R B Q N FOR YOUNG LADIES I j COLLEGE General and Preparatory Courses Attractive home atmosphere Good social and Christian influences Thorough drill on examination papers preparatory to admission into Eastern Colleges High and healthful location Large and beautiful campus The aim is to cultivate the intellect anti heart develop a sound and prepare the student for the higher Christian and social duties of life Opens Tuesday Sept 1905 For catalogue apply to M G Thomson President 5th bad t AAAYO SERE USE thehurfe millions each Year Comforts FIRST AID TO THE INJURED the most remarkable remedy the world has ever known for the cure aches and kinds by external application A charm ing combination of soothing cooling and Camphor Safe clean and sure No No narcotics Immed iate relief from Neuralgia Rheumatism Sore Throat Colds Croup andhealschildren ask for it EVERY BOTTLE OVJ ARAIMTECBCO to do exactly what we claim or money refunded Trial size 250 family sizes soc and 100 THE PARACAMPH CO LOUISVILLE KY for Sale by G S YARDEN e SON Attention Farmers BLUE GRASS SEED WANTED SORGHUM HUNGRARIAN PEAS AND MILLET FOR SALE Chas S Brent Bro Both Phones 14 Maysville and Louisville PRESSED BRICK ALWAYS ON HAND Get our Estimates on Your Jot We Jjf t 4 Can Save You Money V I 1 1 WE SELL Sand and Cement oof U S A IIi4 il3 KMB cow I I PA3lIS EENTUCBY f rYri 1 1IlDJ q r I I II i 00 lime d drugs w f i 1 Sir t f 1 a Jw i r a- r rn l f 0C RED11 W Main St Paris Ky v I i t s Home Phone 510 I Phone 673 E Tenn 71 I jJcc j f t 1 ii 0 JIu I K i I SUMMERFOOTWEAR t I 1 I 1 h ii i N tl x g- 3v t a affil WEATKEItrw- f O IA ENDLESS VARIETY V v- v low Gut Shoes just the thing for these hot days ladies and Misses Shoes and Slippers latest styles at theory lowest prices Having purchased a retail dealers entire stock at 50 cents Oil the Dollar is now arriving we will guarantee the greatest Shoe Sale in Paris and at prices that will surprise Sale commences Saturday July 22 1 and continues for 30 days All Reading brands of Shoes go this sale quality unequaled and values that competition can not meet Sale commences Saturday July 22 at 7 a m open even ings till 8 p m Saturdays till n p in inspect the offered and be convinced N EFFRON Sample Shoe Store I I tens r k andwhich ever help tfe1n r Ca land to 2 i IAN i s l r H c oculist will be at A J Winters Cos on Aug 10 1905 200 WHISKY I sell the best 200 per gallon whisky sold in Paris A xtf FRANK Watermelons on Ice If yon want a nice red juicy water melon that is ice cold call us up we always have them on ice Phone 481 It H MARGOLEN Wheat Wanted Mr c F Didlake will have charge of our wheat business in East Paris Call him up and get prices We will also receive at our warehouse on South Main Call and get your sacks early Ask PEED DODSON i StepLadders We are showing a complete line of step ladders all sizes and all prices The best brand made 114t LAVIN CONNELL Professional Cards l f SA SHIN II I Ii r forprices I j t o i OcuLIsT Bowen the fork r 4 i Jh l 4 PARIS oS KENTUCKY i G afi DENTIST Office No Broadway 00 T Mc1UILLAN FURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER ETC v DAVIS Funeral Furnishings and calls for Ambur lance to Promptly Day Phone 137 Night 299 WM KENNEY W K DUDLEY Drs Kenney Dudley Office Opp Fordham Hotel T f 8 to 930 OFFICE HOURS 130 to 3 7 to 8 p m SEftSHORE OUTING Atlantic City VIA THE SCENIC G O ROUTE Chesapeake Ohio Ry Thursday Aug 3 Baltimore and with Stopover Privilege Returning 14 from Lexington v Winchester Mt Sterling and r Morehead returning until August 14th in elusive Through Trains Without Change Engage Sleeping Car Space Now Enquire of our Agent for lull par or write V PassAgtH W FULLER Gen Pass Agt Washington D C G W BARNEY Lexington Ky r r i pm t 163 H i Thr Philadelphia Dist Pass A I s t Jt turllfSf 1fl J r r arm PHONES 86 r i r Good 1n y n 9 Elder JMcLaclin3 pastor the Christian Church at Shelby ville preached at the union services at the Second Presbyterian Church in this city Sunday night He is considered one of the brightest young ministers in Kentucky His sermon on this occasion was eloquent and a masterly effort The singing by the special choir was as fine as ever heard in our city Mushrooms are a delicate edible They have not been considered of much force or value other than to tickle the palates of epicures But a new use for them has been found raising a chnrch debt of 7000 A big lift one would think for a delecate vegetable like a mushroom one that melts in the mouth at the touch of saliva The Christian church of Columbus Ind will turn the into a dark place for raising mushrooms The pastor claims by such means the mortgage on the churchmay be lifted Rev Dr Varden returned from Michigan Friday and preached Sun day in Madison connty for Rev G W Shepherd who is attending the Baptist World Congress in London Tomorrow evening at the church instead of the regular prayer meeting service Miss Sue Ford who has been a missionary in Cuba will give an interesting talk Twentyfive Dollars Reward Twentyfive dollars reward for return of my black mare that strayed away or was stolen four weeks ago She is about 12 years old PEARCE PATON Good Sale of Corn Welsh Bros of on yesterday sold 400 barrels of corn to G R Berberry of Centerville 250 per barrel They also sold to John Mansfield of Scott 15 fat hogs at 5 cents PARTIES desiring sleeping car space on the Atlantic City Excursion via C 0 August 3rd should as sleepers are fast filling up McCarthy Board offer you safe insurance against Fire Wind Acqi Health and Plate Glass Breakage a specialty bonds for persons holding positions of trust official or otherwise Office at Deposit l Bank DRINK DIXIE THAT GOOD BEER TRY IT AND SEE AT Turney Lucas t D D Connor Current Cos LEXINGTON BREWINa CO f t the t make now of Burglary Fi r f t t t j f i l RELIGIOUS off basement Methodist near Centerville a reservations T dent Loss r r a Casualties of Bennington Explosion The casualties resulting from the boiler explosion on the gunboat Ben nington may number as many as 125 The cause of the disaster is still un known but the men who were injur ed say that for months past it has been the talk of the ship that the boilers were defective Capt Young says that there were no visible defects in them so far as he knew Rear Admiral McRoe chief engineer of the navy gives it as his opinion that high explosives were responsible for the catastrophe Prospecting For Lead JaEErSjperer of Lexington and M Goldsmith of Chicago who some large smelting works were here last Friday and visited the farms of B B Marsh and C M Clay and inspected the lead veins which have been partially developed Mr Goldsmith proposes to select the most promising vein and says his will explore it to a depth of 500 feet Shoe Bargains i Bargains in Shoes at Freeman Freemans tf Bxr Ashurst Removed The trial of Road Supervisor Geo R Ashurst was resumed in Judge very able argument closed for the court The Magistrates then retired and rendered a verdict of guilty and removed Mr Ashurst as Supervisor The Magistrates voted 6 to 2 as fol lows Not and Anderson We are informed Mr Ashurst will appeal the case and that it will next be tried before Judge R L Stout at November term of Circuit Court Hager Declares Lucas Has No Authority Auditor Hager declares that State Revenue Agent Frank A Lucas has no authority to make collections of back taxes on land mortgage notes Lucas affirm that he has full authority to make such collections and that the I I r represents company 0 morningCounty DejarnettHopkins GuiltyIngram the personal I CLARK COUNTY FAIR Elks of Clark County will hold their Annual Fair on AUGUST 9 10 11 Bigger and Better than Ever No Objectionable Regular Old Fashioned County Everybody Go and Take the Rates on all Railroads For Catalogue or Further Particulars write to V LEE EVANS Winchester Ky BLUE SERGE COAT AND PANTS rI I The I J I FeaturesA I FairLet ChildrenReduced I L elII 1- i I I p 1 OOOJ r Worth I13T STRICTLY ALL WOOL FAST COLORS Straw Hats in Endless CLOTHIERS 405 Main Street Paris KentuckyI Variety PRICE 00 Im LET US MAKE YOU AN ESTIMATE FOR THAT Concrete Pavementwill beautify and enhanse the value of your property and the cost is small Hi 3y f- im ROCK LIME IN BULK i BUILDING SAND AND PORTLAND CEMENT5 STUART OBBIBN Directly Opposite L N Freight Depot ii1 tftl1fj t L 1r j i tI r tl mtl i 71 m II t IrJ J t WIIITE f i Jt I n4 I I rIlf t v 1 jf J7Sjfi I s Is1 9 J 1 i f i f t l 1i i J tZi l1 H 1 J Xr f t flc 1r I 1ter r r Ir-t fl JI 1 ql I r y irI a Z a t i bk t l r r ll r r r I r l rll r 1 I r r r rrt SS + = C