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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- r l A J- li i W 0 h I br 11fJ 1 llTHE BOURBON Ut fl 1jT Y r w i t4i d Vs ftW J 4l fF i t Cf2i7 3 Zffr I i f f 1e 1 J 1F 7 r- a i fl EWS1 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR VOLUME XXX PARIS KENTUCKY FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1910 NUMBER 67 1 11 7 I R Suckling Mules Wanted Bring your sucklincr mules to Walter Clarks stable at 3 30 p m Saturday August 20 and I will try to buy them at N H RANKIN S Manicuring 35 Cents Shampooing 25 Cents Work done promptly and satisfaction guaranteed auglGtf East Tenn Phone 669 CheeseImported Switzer Pimento New York Cream Neufchatel Lunch Meats Lunch Tongue Veal Loaf Sliced Beef Deviled Ham Corn Beef Kippered Herring Boned Chicken Lobsters Shrimp Boned Turkey Columbia River Alaska Salmon Imported and Domestic Sardines PHONE 179 JInnie Logan N Eanghorn ffoivatt Special Arrangments By special arrangement the Blue Grass Traction Company will be able to handle the immense crowds that will attend the Bnurbon County Fair September 6 to 10 inclusive No in on the part of the patrons of the fair this year will be suffered as every proivsion will be made to facilitate the handling of the crowds and from the grounds Foresight The man who makes money in real estate is the man who can anticipate the needs of the future Such a per son knows that when the L N im provements are completed firemen and engineers will begin ana end their days work at the new round house Conductors and brakemen will begin and end their days in the new upper yards These men will want houses near at hand That why lots in Highland Place on Sixteenth and Cypress streets will be a good in vestment 10 tf Notice to Contractors Sealed bids will be received at Road Supervisors office Paris Ky until Saturay August 20 1910 for erection of concrete abutments for bridge ove Johnson creek near Ky at which time all bids will be opened and contract let to lowest and best bidder By order of committee 0 B LLOYD B F SIIPP FARM WANTED I would like to lease a farm of from two to five hundred acres T H ROBINSON 123t Winchester Ky conveniecne to I w irk s Clint nvJ1le The ROBNEEL Has anticipated your every need in the Grocery Line Your hard earned dollars will possess the greatest pur chasing power at our store Give us a call f The Grocery Store of Quality T c LENIHAIN Prop CUT PRIEES Spring and Summer Clothing Straw Hats at Half Price Fancy Sox worth 25c Negligee Shrits 79c worth 1 PRICE CO Clothiers and Furnishers Paris Kentucky i11 jp iiIiitII iiir i WI J c t I I It It It 11 0 It I 11 6 r I Le e e I ILAST CALL 1 19c I I Ie- t F t 1 stJijf i tP 7 1 f it ft t7 r 0 r SGL V ill ode o e o e Hi i T VI I I T i 1 11w ii111ii- i4w 75 = = = Cj W Turners Murder The following letter has been re ceived in Paris in regard to the mur der of C W Squire Turner in Hot Springs Dear Sir Brother I wish to ac knowledge your cordial letter of the 12th and to give yoi such further particulars as I can of the foul of Brother C W Turner and of the steps we contemplate to secure the just punishment of From the best information I can Brother Turners connection with the Purnell family was perfecly uf any wrong intent While here a ago he became acquainted with them and stopped with them at the Savoy Hotel On this visit he met Mr Purnell at the depot and very naturally accompanied him to a small er rooming house which Purnell is now runningIt that Purnell had some trouble with his wife over the division of the sale price of the Savoy Hotel a mere matter of cash she having pocketed the full proceeds of the sale and was watching her actions pretty close Brother Turner accompanied Mrs Purnell to a place of amusement a few nights before the murder Purnell says he warned Turner not to go with his wife again However this may be on the evening of the murder Brother Turner asked a young lady in the house to go with him to the picture show for some reason she declined and Mrs Purnell said Illgo with you Brother Turner told her that he did not care to take her and gave some excuse in a tone not heard by the others She insisted however Illgo with you anyhow and in a measure forced her company upon him Upon their return Purnell who had for one hour been lying in wait in a darkened room opposite the ffront commenced Brother Turner who was heard tto say before he fell Dont shoot me Purnell I havent done anything all the time walking away from the as sassin Purnell shot six times four shots taking effect Death was almost instantaneousPurnell man of questionable character and his wife about the most unattractive woman one could imagine She is about 45 years old six thin in poor health near sighted and one cannot conceive of any grounds for the jealousy which Purnell claims as his justification Upon bearing the circrastances I at once wired and secured the at tendance of Brother J P Henderson for many years States Attorney for this district to attend the inquest and assist in the prosecution We would be pleased to hear your wishes in the matter We can rely on the Jocal Elks also fur assistance Although our lodge is a weak one financially and has many calls upon its resources I think the brethren will concur in my opinion that our duty de mands that no stone be left unturned to secure justice for Brother Turners murderer and the foul slander with which he seeks to justify his cowardly and wanton act Private School Mrs Lizzie Walkers private schoor will open Monday September 5 You patronage solicited Terms reasonable SpeciaLattention given to music 7 Dr Mathers Dentist Try Dr Mathers Dentist ten years Webers Military Band for the Fair One of the most pleasing features of the Bourbon Fair which is to in this city September 610 inclu sive will be the is to be furnished by Webbers Military Band of Cincinnati Last rear the musical program greatly pleased the patrons of the fair and the officers of the so ciety this year secured the services of Weber and his celebrated band to furnish the music Death Result of His Own Act That the lamentable death of Mr Ernest A Hornbook whose lifeless body was found in the reservoir at Lexington early Monday morning was the result of own act was the finding of the Coroners jury Dy Acting Coroner Ben D which completed its inquiry Tuesday morningThe viewed the body Monday afternoon and examined several wit nesses and adjourned until Tuesday morning to complete its The witnesses who testified on Tuesday morning were J C Bailey of 123 avenue 0 O conductor who discovered the clothes of the missing man on the bank and W and Al Rumsey who toots the body from the water Following the testimony of the wit nesses the jury returned the follow jury find the before to be that of E A Hornbrook 41 years and from the testimony we find that he came to his death on August 15 1910 from in the reservoir near Lexington Ky and that it was his own act The funeral of Mr Hornbrook was held Wednesday afternoon at 4 family residence in Lexington Rev Porter of the First Church The pallbearers were F B Carr John A Warren O JB Wilker son J A Willis 0 V Sullivan A 8 Farley Ken Walker M H H r obtain low saying doorstepped out and shooting feet tallvery you J uptodatel beheld ling verdictWe b officiating r Y i ti z r jlt Yf c murder innocent x M empanelled investigation Railroad 1 iL- rat t- yfi f I Wouldnt your warderobe be vastly improved by the addition of a smart suit of fancy material Wouldnt We have just such a suit at just the price you want to pay and we are just waiting the opportunity to show sijjjJSj you and convince you v 2SfzM I m Straw Hats Cut in Price to Onehalf Mitchell Blakemore 1 JJ Mlifi 4 w IrWTi 3 i itIl 11J EJ 1flJ I IIt you pleased to secure such a suit at small outlay II J I II z f 0 U T FIT T ER S TO MEN Ii m 1 fIE a jl XJI 1 Jce r i33JJiEEE i iE-r r 1 I 11 Ili I I1 I 11 fir tJ reen itLI be yi1I r xl tLr t t1 1n IIn vi1 aC IE aC i- + piiiiiniriiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiuiiiui iuir y i The Ladles Store Ladies Wash Suits ReducedSfotmm Onehalf Regular Price 500 Suits v 750 Suits 1000 Suits 1 200 Suits JSOt Suits 2000 Suits 2500 Suits 250 Now 375 Now 500 Now 600 Now 750 Now 1000 1250 Big Bargains in 4 All Summer Goods H r COME AND ii pPSt iii uin riniii i uH r imuiEii fct Od Ir f 00 2 II II II II 1111111 IInrUUI 11tQ L FRANK CAg illt I E a I I II11 SJ11 ow os II e r I 7i II 7 f IIu f Now E I I c It 1t JSEE c i I1 4 a Frank no Paris Ky f t 1lJ hI e 4tf III III11111 III I u1111U1i ui 4 IIifi R 1i 4 r IPw It c1i i i 1 y i 1t r a r e r L ViIrE L r lulllllrlllidrillIlH1u1II11u1111n11unln11iuLuItr i iVeS r4 1 6- 4a a ti F N rata w t t == = = = = = = = = + + THE BOURBON NEWS KENTUCKY AtJG 19 1910 Jrtu C rr 4 j PART sit Wins No 179 There may be those who think they have a peculiar foot demanding a custammode shoe g The illusion is banished to the p- Jfetileton Shoe I which is so constructed and in such variation of sizes that any foot can be fitted jl Geo M cWillamsf The Shoe Man Bourbon Laundry DAVIS FUNK Props Telephone No 4 Office Opp Postoffice t if 11 11 IlI l l Fir 1 I J 1Ir ij 1- f t t tr lL i t i t oJi 4 i7 fJ 7 iiIiiI iiIiI1iiIiiiieIt I t 1 t w I tlJU T- Js Berry j apt i lrk I i I v i F k t 11 j li A P rticular Service Particular People They are pleased with our laundry rest of course Systematic thorough fpainstaking work us to your laundry out the f day we it and its quality is guaranteed Give fttus a trial order Youll not regret it f FIb workthe I tel Bourbon Laundry Kentucky A Nice Quiet Fourth tt r I tr rt PariSt JiJII iiI r f c I r 9 caa be had if you know how Just come here and get the tools you lack and spend the day doing those little jobs yofi have been longing to get at Youll find the tools and too This stcye enjoys and earns a firstclass reputation for both quality and economy allright I tb ice hardware COWRY TALBOTT Paris The Little Girl ofToday 1 c Kentuclcv I kk I a Tit Ii Thats why we treat even the littlest girl with consideration She never gets scolded for bringing home poor meat if she gets it at this market We keep poor meat at all so we couldnt give it to her if we wanted to which we dont So send your little girl tf you can not come yourself Is the housewife of the future don t BALDWIN BROS tn i f Corner 7th and Main Where to Buy An Automobile tf tl fTJ I mC JIIJt i rt E tIlr II IU J a Will never be in doubt again after you have made your here for you get quality for your money here Make it a point to see the BUIC any way We dont care what com parisons you make The more you compare the surer we are that you will come here in the end to purchase purchase IIERKES KENNEY fvv V Jv h VVf i pV iV V Vt J t 5 O4t jJXji3r ft Sii isxv f Y I j r J iiit 1f 1t1 t fj ii i v fi11 tr arcs en tie t i 6 i Se i 1 1 4 THE BOTH 124 SO 320 MAIN STREET SWIFT CHAMP EDITOR AND OWNER Entered at the Paris Kentucky Postoffice as Secondclass Mail Matter Established in 188J tf Years of Continuous Publication Display advertisements 100 per inch for first time 50 cents per inch each subsequent insertion reading notices 10 cents line each issue black type 20 cents per line each issue cards of thankscalls lineSpecialPUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ONE YEAR 00 SIX MONTHS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE OlN NEWS I I 100 PHONES Nice Melon The directros of the Standard Oil Company Tuesday declared a regular six per cent dividend for the quarter which walls for distribution to the Standard stockholders of six million dollars Wont Need a Crutch When editor J P Sossman of Cor nelius N C bruised his badly it started an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthless Then Bucklens Arnica salve healed it thoroughly Nothing is so prompt sure for ulcers boils burns bruises cuts corns sores eczema or piles 25c at Oberdorfers Thirty Nine Persons Drowned The Spanish steamer Martos foun dred Tuesday morning off Tarifa on the African east opposite Gibraltar at the entrance to the straits after a collision with the German steamer Elsa Thirtynine presons were of whom thirtytwo were passengers The survivors were landed in Gib raltar A dense fog prevailed at the tmie of the collision Nine victims were first cabin passen gers The other 23 passengers who perished were in the steerage quickly with water The steamer however managed to keep afloat Visit the Empress Visitors to Cincinnati should ifail to attend the performances at the Em press Theatre This beautiful Home ol Vaud ule is situat d on Vine sue t near Ninth and is giving tne nesc show ever seen at popular is also the only absolutely fireproof theatre in Cincinnati The acts are the best which can be secured from the American and European field and are booked direct from the Sullivan and Considine offices in New York opens the season of 191011 on Sunday afternoon August 28 1910 Three preformances will be given daily Outoftown patrons will be given every attention and strangers are invited to make the thaetre their meetirg place The prices are 10 20 and 30 cents Daily matinees best seats 10 cents Here is a Remedy that Will Cure Eczema tions trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when V T Brooks drug store guarantees ZEMO a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid skin of the germ life that causes the trouble In over 2000 towns and cities in agency for ZEMO and he win tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment ZEMO is recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on infant or grown person Will yod try a bottle on our recommendation W T BROOKS DRUG As the World Advances The luxury of yesterday is the com mon commodity of today and the necessity of tomorrow Warrants Served on Soft Drink Dealers The Richmond Climax says War rants were issued and served Friday on every dealer in malt meade in Rich The warrants charge a vie rattan of the local option law by sell ing intoxicating liquors Some weeks ago Chief of Pmlce Jas Allman secur ed samples of the concoction known as malt meade near beer etc and sent from the report of the Chemist These charged with violating the law were in Police Court Saturday morning and pleaded not guilty to the On account of absent witnesses the were set for trial Tuesday August Large Plumbing Contract The plumbing contract for the office buildinffig of the L ringer the efficient plumber of this city he wasselected over the largest firms Kentucky and Ohio he having the luwest and best bid This building will be quite a large one and quite an ornament to Covington and the plumb ing contract is quite a large one This shown the residents of this community that it is useless to go to the larger cities for work of this kind when Mr Merringer is on the ground and is a boy beat for eigners on piices and workmanship e f dro wned I bytheI I not I I experimenting America the leading druggist has the J I STOREI Lexintgonfor cass 30 1 Nrail shortlycongratulated LouisvilleLeixntgon 45jii iI Yi i 1tj i i fS Jnf The Empress and can w 4- h = i Arkansas a Reverie by Opie Read The years flown swiftly since the old Arkansaw Traveler days and on the site of the squatters cabin there towers a college and on of the hoy that sat in the ashhopper dividualism underscored with a heavy with Dryden to believe that what we gained in skill we lost in strength For poetry and heroic characters men in every age have turned the past but in Arkansas romance and characters were contemporaneous The cotton field in bloom the melan choly cypress brooding sentinel the dreamy waters pf the bayou the joyous mockingbird worshipping a which he had melodied the song of negroes away off chimes from the belfry of happy souls the quaint old planter sitting on his veranda humorous un your mouth over sir Where stands his rambling old house now stand a cotton mill Do you see that dead relic an orchard away over yonder on the hill Beneath its decaying boughs the old man sleeps And do you hear those men laughing out there in that automobile The gradson has just re peated one of the old fellows stories The young man has just returned from the State He knows Op d and can splutr tinuar but ne has no imagination The old man was the troubador the young chap is only an elocutionist I recall one night at a neighborhood recepti n given in of a foppish poet whos fame native to Vicktbjrg stretched thinly up and down tne Mississippi Among the guests was cla man who now sleeps beneath the dead apple tree Sophomores would not have accepted litu as a scholar nut philosophers would have looktd upon him as one of their guild lie did not kncw many books tut anong those of his inti mate acquaintance were Swift ann Shakespare The River Poet resented his nterary opinions surely with mildness and deco rum and turning upon the old man snarled at him Colonel he said with a sneer perhaps you dont know as much about such matters as I do much as you think you do Think Idol Old man I have writ ten more poems than you ever read Yes you have written more poems than anybody ever read Opie Read in Arkansas a Reverie in the National Magazie fur September Big Catfish Caught J E Stcpp a fishreman living near Boonesboro Monday morning landed a catfish from the Kentucky Kiver which weighed 51 pounds The fish is four feet long and almost a foot in width across the jaws Mr Stepps boat to which he attached the line holding the fish was capsized twice and he had to swim ashore Not to Be Trusted A society made up of men who obey they have to is worthless Florence Nightingale Dead best kowu and probably the most beloved woman in the world died Satruday at her home in London at the age of 90 During the Crime war in 1854 this woman oragnized a bend of furty trained nruses and for fourteen months labored in the camps and on the battle fields where there were English soul diers The work she did on those battlefields of Southern Europe was unprecented then and has probably never been equaled since When she came home after the war the English people made a pruse of over two hundred thousand dollars and presented it to her and she promptly turned the entire sum over to a hosptal to be used fjr the train irg of utner nurses Two aco the city of London celeb ated h r tightyeighth birthday by conferrin upon her of the city tte first time that was ever done in the case of a woman not of noble blood Only once before had it been given to a woman It wi s given the Bareness- tSurdetteCoutts who gave millions tD the poor of London The city council had voted 300 with which to buy a handsome silver casket in wiicn to present the illuminated scroll upon which thee resolutions were printed Miss foind it out and the resolutions put in a simple oaken casket worth about ten dollars and gave the other four hundred ninety dolalrs tc charity She has long been an invalid and her death was not unexpected She was a wonderful and one of the brightest pages of history is a record of her heroism and selfsaciifice dtr ing the war of the Crimea t fr t jCKYZt have U I lawyersread Faulknersfiddle placetoskilland lam constrained I romance to I passersbyGet down come in an pay your re youtheapple tree the only remaining of Univr rsiy honor I A has because Florece Nightigale the yeas Night nagle an J over sunrise somewhere Fielding expressed mud up tne woman n Remedies aye Needed Were we perfect Which we not medicines would not often be needed But since systems have be weakened impaired and broken down through indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages through countless generations remedies are needed to aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise acquired weaknesses To reach the seat of weakness and consequent digestive troubles there is nothing so good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov native medic 4 our stomach erv a slvcerio emmnonnd extracted from are cove final roots sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users Weak Stomach Biliousness Liver Complaint Pain in the eating Heartburn Bad Breath Belching of food Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal Derangements the Discovery is a timeproven and most efficient remedy For Stomach after The has on its outside wrapper the s You cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a holic medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION not though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach liver and bowels Sugarcoated tiny granules easy to take as candy Have you the Question ofCOAL on your mind We come into this World all naked and bare Life is full of trouble and care When we die we go we know not were i But it is better to buy our COAL here Than to use the other fellows COAL there f DODSON PARIS KY Bluegrass Seed See Us Before Selling Will Pay the Highest Market Price Ohas S Brent Bro PARIS Both Phones 14 KENTUCKY Jas W Arkle Agent For Indian Refining Company Use Royal Gasoline in your automobiles Burn Blue Grass Oil in your lamps Use v vfT Dixie Gem Coal1 in your cook stove and your grates PHONES Office 178 East Tenn Residence 257 East Tenn The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND THIS YEAR X 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL States Resources Exhibited DAILY RACES FIREWORKS WATISI LO AND HIS BAND Free Attractions Uptodate Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD Per further Information writs J V NEWMAN Secretary 320 Paul Jonss BWg I SV E a F R E E PE R F U M E- ED PINAUD for a sample of the latest ED PINAUDS An exquisite aristocratic extract wonderfully lasting Send 4c in stamps to pay post nee and packing Laree bottle retails 75C ounces ot the finest of perfumes Askyour American Offices today for saXnple enclose jc Parfameric ED PINAUD DX PINAUD BLDG N Y substitute for even r t I I G L II I W C r J I L lt t i I 1 t h ARKLE CO NIGHTS LOU ILL eet DEPT c tars nonaico I ac 4 1 RATES SEPTEMBER 14 15 Is I7 wRrt E TODAY TO Paris craze retal and our M r X f 4 TS = r 4 THE BOURBON NEWS PARIS KENTUCKY AUG 19 J t l 1910ZIndustry Grew With Nation In 1787 the first really successful glass factory in the United States opened in Boston Pittsburg broke the industry nine la ter and from that time on it spread rapidly as the nation grew Bad Enough The men nave enough other foolish notions without caring much for glass dishes Atchison Kan Globe AUCTION SALE OF Whisky In accordance with the provision of Section 4778 of the Kentucky Statutes Julius Kessler Co will on Tuesday August 30th 1910 sell at public auction on the pre mises of their Paris Distillery Paris Kentucky the following described whisky or so much of it as may be necessary to pay the license thereon and the expenses of the sale Five 5 barrels of Sam Clay whisky serials 102595 to 102599 produced in April 1901 at Pais Distillery No 77 Paris Kentucky Amount to be realized 26855 and ex penses of the sale and cost of adver tising Owner C D Coons Depew N Y Five 5 barrels of Sam Clay Whisky serials 103015 to 103019 inclu sive produced in April 1901 at Paris Distillery No 77 Paris Kentucky Amount to he realized 25710 and ex penses of the sale and cost of adver tising Owner Conrad Schenk Jr Syracuse N Y Warehouse charges are in default for more than one year For further information inquire ofH G BOOTH Acting Superintendent 12 3tF Paris Ky l was years cu n I inclusive The Celestial Empire empire is derived from Tien Chau that is the heavenly dynasty meaning the kingdom which the dynasty appointed by heaven rules over The inhabitants are called celestials because they are subjects of that empire Enough Said Irascible Old Gent to schoolgirl who has collided with him When you run Into people like that you should say I beg your pardon Girl There wornt no need I head what you Refreshing Streams How often a man has cause to thanks for enthusiasms of his friends They are the little foun tains that run down from the hills to refresh the mental desert of the de spondent Henry Van Dyke Hon A man may be a great success in and never rise above the title of Mr but it does not take long for almost any kind of ji man to become Hon in Globe Heres the Meanest We nominate the Philadelphia man who robbed his mothers bed for money with which to buy as the meanest onriest most nondeserving Waterproof all the wild storm your sister Maggie went out with her throat all bare and Brother Rain wont hurt her Shes got a rubber neck Life Uncle Ebens Wisdom Its a lucky thing fob de human race said Uncle Eben dat de Ten Commandments wasnt loaded down wif phraseology like de laws de legis lature passes Good Advice Since thou art not sure of a minute do not throw away an hour Franklin saIdSydney return business politicsAtchison booze gloriousStates MotherIn exposed Celestial Bulletin 1 East Tenn Telephone Co For reliable telephone service both local and LONG DISTANCE use the East Tennessee Bour bon County Exchanges at Paris Millersburg North Middletown Little Rock and Ruddles Mills When you have East Tennessee service you HAVE telephone service The East Tennessee Telephone Co INCORPORATED INCORPORATED L 6c N TIMETABLEIN EFFECT FEB 2 1910 AT 1159 P M TrainsNo FROM 34 Atlanta Ga Daily 526 am 134 Lexington Ky Daily 523 am 7 Ky Except Sunday 720 am 29 Cynthiana Ky Daily Except Sunday 725 am 10 Rowland Daily Except Sunday r 807 am 40 Lexington Ky Daily Except Sunday 813 am 37 Cincinnati 0 Daily 940 am 3 Maysville Ky Daily 1005 am 12 Lexington Ky Daily 1005 am 33 0 Daily 1010 am 26 Lexington Ky Daily Except Sunday 1140 am 25 Cynthiana Ky Daily Except Sunday i 125 pm 9 Maysville Ky Daily Except Sunday Y 315 pm 188 Ky Daily 322 pin 38 Knoxville Tenn Daily 325 pm 5 Maysville Ky 525pm 30 Lexington Ky Daily Sunday 530 pm 39 Cincinnati 0 Daily Except Sunday 540 pm 132 Lexington 7 J 6 19 pm 32 Jacksonville Fla Daily 6 27 pm 14 Lexington Ky Daily io27 pm 31 Cincinnati 0 Daily 1040 pm Trains DepartNo TO 84 Cincinnati 0 Daily 533 am 4 Maysville Ky Daily 530 am 7 Ky Daily Except 726 am 40 Cincinnati 0 Daily Sunday 820 am 10 Maysville Ky Except V 820 am 29 Lexington Ky S 944 am 37 Tenn Dally fr 945 am 33 Jacksonville Fla Daily 7 10 1 5 am 133 Lexington Ky Daily 10 18 am 6 Maysville K Daily V 1145 26 Cynthiana Daily Except Sunday T 1145 am 7f 25 Lexington Ky Daily Sunday v 130 pm 11 Lexington Ky 1 330 pm 38 0 Daily 1 I 335 pm 9 Rowland Daily Except rf V 548 pm 39 Lexington Ky Except Sunday v T 5 50 pm 32 0 Daily I 1 U 632 pm 8 Ky Daily Except Sunday 685 pm13 Lexington Ky Daily i 635 pm 30 Ky Daily Except Sunday r 645 pm 131 Lexington K Daily 1048 pm 31 Ga Daily 1050 pm IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 1 1910 Trains Ky Daily Except Sunda Frankfort Except Sunday J t J f Trains 7 r 8 15am 350 e Arrive I t r tII c e r f amt h n tIncln a 1 U I Jr 0 TJadETABLEI hi C r l lFROM i pm D i f r lA tNo riJ TO t Daily Excep J 1itJiK D 1 II ill ry a1 y fFf11q JI r 1 AI h LJ 1 JjI i r t riveNo Frankfort v 945am Except Sandal2 ii1a = = DONNA IS AN AMERICAN IPRIMA Miss Edna Showalter colorature soprano who will alternate with Mme Bernice de Pasquali in the title role of the JonesFloridia popular romantic opera Paoletta during the run of the Ohio Valley Exposition at Cincinnati Aug 29 to Sept 24 SOUTHERN GRAIN AT THE BIG EXPOSITION Agriculturists Alive to Its Great Opportunities Cincinnati 0 Special agriculturists are alive to the op portunities which the Ohio Valley Exposition to be held in this city from August 29 to September 14 is holding out to them From all of Dixieland come reports of county fairs and other industrial pro jects at which are shown the prod ucts of various sections of the differ ent states and in every instance there is a decided desire on the part of the management of these to secure specimens of grains and other agricultural products to be submitted to the Committee on Southern Resources of the Ohio Val ley Exposition having in charge the assembling of exhibits for the big Southern display Only a few days ago there were exhibited at the Statewide Immigration Convention at Jackson Miss extraordinary samples of wheat and other grains grown in Covington county Miss and other sections of the state now devoted largely to the cultivation of grain These samples came in the shape of threshed grain and also in the way of grain in the sheaf giving an idea of the general growth of agri cultural products Immediately after the convention these samples were submitted to the Southern Resources Committee which will have hundreds of these specimens from which to select the classiest samples for the Ohio Valley Exposition Yazoo county Miss is another section of that state which has been sending extraordinary example of grain crops to the various state con ventionsMeanwhile Ohio Valley farmers are slow to see the advantages of exhibiting their crops at the a fact which will give additional prominence to the Southern exhibit r Southern sections enterprises Exposition some MUSICAL FEATURES TO BE PROMINENT Cincinnatis Big Exposition Will Cater to the Masses Cincinnati O Special Lovers of music whether it be of the kind that has a leaning toward the classic or whether it be of the popular that is whistled on the streets or played on the street piano will I have the gratification of knowing that their appetites in this line will be gloriously satisfied at the Ohio Valley Exposition which will be held in Cincinnati from Aug 29 to Sept 24 In the matter of romantic music i which will appeal to the lover of ar tistic harmony as well as to the seeker for melodies that strike favor ably the untutored ear the popular romantic opera Paoletta which will be given in connection with the Ex position will offer all that can be the score of this composition being unusually beautiful and not too heavy to miss the masses Solos duets sextets and chorus numbers of rare beauty are part of the music of the piece and as these will be in the hands of the leading American artists music lovers of all classes will find a rare treat in the opera The orchestral features of the also will be a prominent por tion of the opera the leading musi cians of Cincinnati and vicinity hav ing been engaged to interpret the instrumental portion of the In the amusement section proper there will be two or more band stands lo cated in the center of a rest section where visitors may seek recreation after a tour of the buildings and be regaled with the latest selections in the popular as well as the classic field The principal restaurant of the Exposition will have among its attractions a European concert band the leader of which is said to outdo Sousa Creatore dr any of the other famous leaders the matter of gymnastics I I I I j desired i i score ill nature I production special ACT SETTINfi OF NEW OPERAI I The above picture shows the stage setting of the magnificent fourth act of the popular romantic opera Paul Jones and Pietro Floridia will be produced on the opoaing night of the Ohio Yailey Exposition Monday Aug 29 at Music y T Paolettaby i fj which Hall Cincinnati vg 04 4 m j y f f invFy7 Crn Job Printing WORK DONE WHEN PROMISED Good Work Done Cheap Cheap Work Done Good c TAE J9B THE NEWS Are prepaired to do the best of Printing on short BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS CARDS ATALQG POSTERS and n fact everything that is printed Orders for Engraving such as Wedding An nouncements Invitations c c RORS 8F I I I noticesuchas L BOURBON f Let us figure with you on on your next work Our facilities are the best having just installed one of the latest Chandler Price Job Presses come around and see it workOur type is new and modern VvVV Zee Bourbon flews 104 Issues a Year fort 200 Advertising rates reasonable and made known on application I fades I r improved 4A S t 4 THE SjJ1RBO 19 I9IO r r J c 1tc Ti II NEWS PARIS KPNTIICICV AIW ll tdx It I DontJ t Fail to ff I See the f It t iIi S L11t Bourbon Farmers Institute The Bourbon County Farmers Insti tute convened in the circuit ccurt room Wednesday morning at eleven oclock and after organizing and elect ing officers for the ensuing year ad journed until the afternoon Mr A S Thompson was elected President and Attorney David C secretary Upon reassebmling the in stitute was addressed by Mr Nicolls of Bloomfield Ky his subject being The Govrenment of Cholera Serum Mr John Blair a prominent farmer of Nicholas county was the speaker his subject being Mistakes we Farmers Make 1l j next I i t f i jcS k Cline- jl tiives a Woman Confidence If a woman is not altogether good looking and still has a nice babysoft skin a rich perfect complexion it gives her confidence in herself It makes her charming and makes ycu forget any defects in her features Improve your complexion by becom ing a patron of our establishment where it is the ambition of our ex rrperts to make women beautiful MRS M A PATON I I r I I Sheriffs Sale OBOURBON QUARTERLY COURT The National Pipe Co Robin sonPettet Co 1 Robinson Pettet Co 2 Straus Dolly Varden Chocolate Co The B Moos Co 1 The J B Moos Co 2 v Power Grocery Co Plaintiffs Case3 C W Turner Defendant ORDER Pursuant to an order directed from the Bourbon Quarterly Court in the above styled consolidated causes I will on September 6th 1910 at 10 oclock on the premises lalely occupied by said Turner upon a of 4 months time with surety bearing 6 per cent interest from of sale or the may pay cash and stoo the following property towit 22 piece boxes of cigar 65 full boxes of cigars 110 boxes of cigarettes 6 jars of tcbacco 7 piece boxes chewing tobacco 5 piece boxes smoking tobacco 4 boxes of smoking tobacco of bulk Lot of candies in boxes Lot of chewing gum Lot of cards Lot of 1 Deers System of bookkeeping 1 cash register lice1 soda fountain with glasses silverware etc I sideboard 1 ice shaver 7 tables 20 chairs 1 hat rack 1 imitation palm 1 gasoline engine 1 dynamo 1 heating stove i gas tove 2Pr scales Lot of rushed fruit Onehalf barrel of ihccQlnt v pans buckets etc 3 show cases 1 wall case 2 ice cream freezers 2 gas tanks Also miscellaneous items of mer chandise A Attest DENIS DUNDON J B Q C A S THOMPSON Sheriff of Bourbon County 9 t t j j I I i VSConsolidated t I tome a m approved purchaser interest spo ns i J I u r i r t I I c N I I 7 SLot T Ihi j i C rbonaters I 4 Lot of Jr4 H 4 I I B cit r to College of President has years la ud halting also 32 yean educating 20000 men women for success now K SMITH fcexIagtMi Ky Incorporated IE Be 4driWDdl1J1t i r i W1LEUR K UULLEII i bolversi uercani- j i 5J AERIAL BOXINGMATCH BOOKKEEPING Bu ineu TYPEWRITING jy rid RELIGIOUS Services will be held at St Peter3 Episcopal church Sunday by Rev J M Maxon Prayer and sermon at Elder C S Brooks of New Castle who more than twenty years ago was pastor of the Christian church at Ruddles Mills this county will preach Sunday to his old congregation and at the evening hour he will fill the pulpit of Elder Carey E Morgan at the Paris Christian Church Elder Brooks whu wil be a guest of Mr and Mrs George W Waytt is a brother of the famous evangelists Brooks Bros who con ducted a few years ago a great revival service at the Central Christian church in Lexington Toney Sold to Chicago Fred Toney the big who performed the wonderful feat last year of pitching a seventeeninning nohit game has been sold to the Chicago Cubsof the National League The sale was officially announced mornine by the man g3ment of Win htssr team and is not a scare story uch as was the Philadelphia sale last season In giving out the news of the sale of Toney the Win chester management stated that the price paid for him is the highest ever given for a player bought from a class league The deal was closed by a been watching the big Squirrel Kill er weeks Auction Sale OF BEAUTIFUL Building Lots Paris Ky Having purchased the old Mclntyre tract of land on Cypress street we extended Sixteenth street straight through the property and subdivided it into a number of building lost fronting on both Sixteenth and Cypress Streets These lots are within five blocks of the City SchoLl with good pavements all the way and no railroad or tracks for the children to cross to school They are one block from the street car line and two blocks from the junction of the where great improvements are now in progress When these are com pleted the Round House Master Mechanics Office Yard Masters Office Telegraph Office Repair Shops and tracks where freight trains are made up and back up will all be located in the new upper yards Hence the majority of the railroad men in Paris will begin and end their days work nearer to these than to any other building lost on the market Sewer water mains gas electric lights and all other modern improve ments are accessible in this new More new homes are being built more concrete pavements be ing laid and general improvements is more rapid in this neighborhood than in any other part of the city At present seven handsome are in course of construction in sight of these lots and more are in straightened and widened Sixteenth street laid Concrete Pavements on both sides of Sixteenth street set out shade trees and in short spared no expense in our efforts to make these lots the most attractive h me sites in Paris We will conduct an auction sale on the premises Tuesday Aug 30th at which time everything offered will be sold without reserve or bybid cash balance in monthly payments of 10 each with deed executed when one third has been paid or onethird cash balance in one and two years or purchaser may pay all cash and stop interest REUBEN HUTCHCRAFT JR Col Geo D Speakes Auctioneer Watch For the Pony 10 45 a m and evening services at 730 scout from the Chicago club who has Wl IN have beautiful streetcar ingoing f E and J n R R addition resident s contemplationWe I I 2 p m TERMS85 D S HENRY P i4 Ji I Tuesday- 2 n 55 S PARIS GRAND t11 ATTBE TONIGHTI ii I t iI ne BASE BALL TUESDAY In an exciting game at Richmond Tuesday the Bourbonites came out with the best of the argument snatch ing victory from defeat in the ninth inning The game was loosely played and a seesaw affair after the third session Thft timely hitting of the Bourbon ites counted much for the victory and Winchell officiated Bourbonites while Wills and Knox filled the same position for the Pio Score Richmond 00030130 0 7 Paris 0010301038Batteries Paris Winchell Poole and Thau Richmond Wills Knox and Thoss i3 Rich 5 8 Richmond 7 Struck Wills 5 by Winchell 7 by Knox 1 by Poole 1 Base on balls off Winchell 2 Wills 3 Poole 1 Stolen bases Olson Kuhl man Kaiser McKernan Sarifice hit Maloney Olson Whittaker Baird Winchell 2 Two base hits Kaiser Baird Bramblage Three base hits Kaiser Hit by Duuble play Thoss and Olson Left on bases Richmond 5 Paris 2 Umpires Hanley and Hogan WEDNESDAY With four runs behind in the ning of the seventh inning the Bout bonites pulled out of the hole and won from the Lawmakers in the game at Frank kfor t Wednesday afternoon by a score of 7 to 6 In the first six sessions the Bourbon ites had been unable to get a man around all four stations but when they came up in the seventh the aspect changed and five tallies were counted Two more were counted in the inning following and in their half the Lawmakers tallied twice The sensational work of Poole 1 the last half of the ninth was respori sible for the victory achieved by Bourbonites Scheneberg had given passes to the number of two and first and third stations were occupied with no outs Poole was sent in to stem the tide of the onslaught of the Lawmakers and so sensational was his performance that the side was retiree without a man reaching home The three batters were retired on strikes Score Paris 0 0000052 0rT Frankfort KScheneberg Poole and Thau Frankfort Yerkea and Mc Ilvame and Bossing Errors Paris 1 Frankfort 1 HitsParis 9 11 Earned runs Frankfort 1 Paris 3 Two base hits Harrell Barnett Yerkes Swartz Beard Scott Home Bases on balJs off Scheneberg 3 off Poole 1 off Yerkes 1 off 1 Struck out by Scheneberg 7 by Poole b Yerkes 2 Wild pitch Yerkes Pass ed ball Thau Hit by pitcher b 1 Sacrifice hits Thau Harrell Stolen bases Angemeier Swartz Harell 3 Time 210 Morton THURSDAY Poole ers ErrorsParis mon HitsParis outby pitcherWills Time220 I suddenly th th 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 BatteriesParis Frankfort runThau 4 HoffmanHoch UmpiresHanley and Y 1 3 ekes 1 I s Possibly from the thought that Hermann would grace thePark with his presence yesterday alternonn by the many foolish pranks of the tfrisky Colts and they added anothe contest by thelnarow margin of gone run With the same air of confidence that has been the factor in many the Bourbonites went at the enemy with a snap and kept plugging away until the last Colt popped a high fly to right field in the last session Never showing any signs of weakening they pelted the mighty Vallandingham and over the lot but in only two sessions were they able to get all the way around but each time a run was counted an the contest finished with the league leaders one the best of the argumentIn both sides had been re tired in order but in the second Meyeis led off with a bounder that was too high for Williams and McKernan could not get the ball to first in time Sinex sent tim up a peg on a sacrifice and Ellis pdt d the ball for three bases scoring Meyers In the session following the Bour bonites evened up Tnau sent a sting er along the ground to left and took second on Williams sacrifice Kuhl man flied out to Viox and McKernan after fouling a few sent the ball into scoringInstung the choppy drive to Meyers that bounder his knee The ball rolled into foul McKernan was well on the road to home Kimbro came to his senses and the ball to Haynes but the slide the Paris manager upset thecatcher in hIs recumbent position he made effort toriab Kaiser at second but without result Goodman Scott and Barnett hit into outs In the seventh Chapman led off with single but was left at third when the out was made In the session fob McKernan hit a slow one to hut got by the first sacker be he could get the ball Then fol a council of war in which two of the fielding club gathered the umps but what was said one in the stand and bleachers eyer knew McKernan was given base Kaiser had died and Goodman hit to right Garry opportune Lexingtonli vely t attempts I waiting r he titMeYer J I ff hot f nd n ast ore round o but after tlSS 55 next two were easy Several times the visitors on third but the necessary hit was not forthcoming as Williams was with his bingles and in only one inning were they able to get as many as two in a row was the star with the stick hitting safely three times out of times at the pan Today the Borubcnites go to Winchester when a double header wall be played with the Hustlers Score Paris 0 0 1 OO 1 0 0 x 2 01BatteriesParisLexington Vajlanaingham and Haynes on balls off Wiliaims 4 off Valland ingham 2 Eain d mns Paris Meyers ginex Um pires Lindsay and Bohannon Oak Tobaccco Sticks We have just received two carloads of the best oak tobacco sticks ever shipped to Paris They are going fast Phone your order TEMPLIN LUMBER CO Lu cas Held to the Grand Jury Arraigned in Police Corut on a charge of assault and battery Desha Lucas was before Judge E B January Wednesday and waiving examinia tion was held to await the act of the Bourbon county grand jury at the Novembber term of the Bourbon Cir cuit Court in the sum of 100 bond Lucas is charged with assaulting was the outgrowth of a misunderstand ing between the two parties when Lu cas was a member of the upmiring staff of the leagje which resulted in his dismissal from the service as an official of the league- A few weeks later Lucas secured position with the Kitty League an the night before he departed from Paris it is alleged he met President Ussey in the Turf Exhange Cafe and after some words of abuse assaulted the President Tuesday Lucas returned to Paris and upon his arrival in this city wa placed under arrest upon a warrant charginggave bond in the sum of three hundred PoliceCourtleased from custody Waiving h s right for an examination he was held to the grand sum of 100 which he gave A jury was summoned to try the case of Wm Bryan charged with a breach of the peace and after the in troducton of witnesses a verdict was returned assessing the defendant the sum of 750 Judge January ssessed a fine of 750 against Tiltcn Banister for disorderly conduct Sandy Wsrford for being drunk was fined 10 Fanny Fields and Mollie Harshaw both charged with provoking an assault were fined hadmen LexingtonoutbyWilliams 2Lex WilliamsTime2 OQ BlueGrass alike aech L gt Lueill 1 conduct was fined 750 the charge against Rosa Eaton for the same f offense was dismissed and New Target Record is Made A new amateur record was made Wednesday afternoon on the range of the Bourbon Gun Club when Mr Joseph H Kemper of Lexington won the Blue Grass making a total score of 124 birds out of 125 grounds Wednesday The honor of winning in such com pony went to Joseph H Jumper for iineily of Mt Sterling now ton and a member of theFayette Gun Club His runner up was Thomas H Clay Jr of Austerlitz this county and a member of he Fayette club Mr Keiuper missed his ninety seventh tsrget at swift right quarters and finished with ninetynine out of one hundr d Mr dropped his sixteenth bird and finished with an qual number to his credit Ihe management directed them to shoot off the tie at 25 targets Mr Clay however lost his eighteenth and twentythird targets and the race white Mr Kemper smashed the entire frame of twentyfive The Bourbon Fair Much progress has been made in the arrangements leading to the holding of the Old Bourbon Fair in this the sixtyfourth annual exhibition which takes place September 610 in clusiveThe list is a liberal one and the arena being unsurpassed for an exhibit of the stock especially the speed rings for harness and saddle horses the attendance this year is like ly to surpass that of any former ex hibitipn The grounds present an attractive lawnlike appearancce and with the exhibition only three weeks off the management are bestiriing themselves in the effort to have everything in readinessThe Bourbon Fair is noted as be ing held among as generous and hospi table a people from all over the One of the features of the fair for many years has been the ex cellent table service at the spacious dining room and this year will prove no exception as the ladies of the Methodist church will have charge of the service tqeBlueBourbonGun Clay IAfi I Blue- Grass SiS4 Two Performancesf 745 and 9 oclock I If fAJu J j I I t 0 JJtt ii a Tr 1 I Heres the Latest Manger Porter of the Paris Grand s constantly oA the alert for the very novelties in vaudeville For he is givi g a reproduction of the latest New York sensation The acts he has presented this season Tne at consists of two boys boxing with heavy glovts while suspended ten feet in the air and opportunities for laughable situations are numerous This act is an added attraction there being also the two regular acts and the two reels of moving pictures There is no doubt but what Manager Porter has aught the popular fancy with his management of the Grand The patronage he is receiving is some thing remarkable and is in the history of the house Tomorrow night he gives away a novelty in the shape of a couch mock It is something that can used in the house on the porch or the lawn Two season tickets to Bourbon Fair will also be given away one to a lady and one to a gentleman Here is something that will be ap by every base ball fan There is no lady who attend the ball games and is interested in seeing Paris win the pennant who would not be proud to own the bat with which First Baseman Barnett made the two home runs on last Sunday at White Park The happy owner will take it home decorate it with pink ribbon and hang it in the parlor After much persuasion and a great sacrifice on the part of Mr Barnett Mr Porter has secured the bat with which he made the two home runs and will give it away on Saturday night to some lucky lady fan who holds the winning numberMr trade mark and all for ten cents tells the whole story and is really the secret of his success A big show for little money Decorated Automobile As an added attraction the Bourbon for the handsomest decorated automo bile on Wednesday September 7 the second day of the fair Average of Eighteen Cents Asked The beginning of the most gigantic transaction in the history of Kentucky marked the calendar Tues at Lexington when the out samples resenting one hundred and twenty pounds on the floor of Central warehouse and offered to take cents all around or approximately twentyone million in the using Burley tobacco inspected the types No time was the Committee which that a reasonable time would be allowed for the buyers to enter bids as to quantity but it was the time to communicate headquarters and in a position to submit proposals the terms of the sale committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids so a sale can not closed until official action by this body is taken y e i d r f h latest tonight guarantees L the I I unprecedented offering I I itBuyers Executive Wednesday i 0 ham- Sb orB Burle re th announce wit SixtyFourth Annual Fair The sitxyfourth annual fair under the auspices of the Bourbon County Agricultural Society will be held at the grounds of the Society in Paris five days commencing September 6 Big premium list and many other at tractive features Elected Second Vice President o At the business meeting of the Elks Reunion Association in session at Frankfort Wednesday Judge Denis Dundon of Paris was elected to the office of Second Vice President of the Association LOuisville was chosen as the place for holding the Third An nual Session Middlesburo and Bow ling Green were warm contenders The feature the days program was Wanted A pony trap A poly to HARRIS SP BAKES Concedes Pennant to Paris Club 1910 Ihe Leader its reason for followingFor fans all over the Blue Grass League circuithas been trying to some definite of theirhonor 2t thatParisgives over his records thoroughly announc ed the standing Wednesday morning giving the a special on the same ahead of the Colts who are their coveted flag They are without a doubt the class of this organization They have the hitters the pitch era while en tht field they play a hard itTheyball the race for second position is a leagueteams Paristocinchbet McKernanknows e Frankfort1 r b 2 5 j i All Around Town The is one of the best known men of affairs in Paris and is as busy as a bumble bee amid the clover blooms And in addition to that he is fond of the female sex that is being a married man he admires his wife Well the Judge because of his many important business engage ments and the general demand upon his time doesnt care to be trifled worst to fool with him is just after the noon lunch hour But one of the local telephone girls put one over on the busy Judge re uf business demanding his attention also a memorandum which read Call up 234 U I wonder who that can be from mused the Judge as he picked up the telephone book and turned to the in x dex He looked over the pages withgrowing impatience and slamming the book down grabbed the receiver off the hook Number came caressingly over the wire but it didnt soothe the ex asperated Judge I want 1134 U but I cant find itin the book said the Judge as he hurriedly made another search of the book Twothreefour U repeated the operator There is no such number as that I think you must be mistaken re plied the Judge witn his usual gal lantry in dealing with the softer sex for I have a notice for such a and I amsure it must be important But I know there is no SUCh num ber said the operator Well said the Judge please give me information I am going to have this matter looked into at once Information Whats want ed rippled over the wire into the Judges waiting ear4 I have a notice to call up 234 U and the operator tells me there is no such number She surely must be mistakenWell she has informed you cor rectly answered Information You have read the call wrongly Look at it again and you will see that it is The Judge slammed the receiver into the holder grabbed his hat and was It happened at a very fashiqnable social function given very recently atthe home cf very prominent leader in veryfashionableThere was gathered there a very select circle of society devotees in cluding young buds growing springs and withered and of course welldeveloped young the upper regions stops only at the waist lie and leaves rothing much to at As she passed a group of buds one turned slightly and re marked to her companion Isnt that new gown of Mrs sa dream They say young is so very devoted that everything he makes goes on his wifes back The young woman to whom the re mark was addressed and who had been actually gasping in astonishment at the of feminine charms as revealed by that daring new gown said with a smile Well poor fellow he certainly must be making very little then Fine Melons Fine shipment of Rock Ford cante lopes watermelons On ice at all Phone in your order T LENIHAN lfi2t Robneel Grocery I i i generally jokeonthe middaylunch call Hello numberLines beforehe themOnemat kably astoundingFrench guess di8pl y r I Ordered Sold dispose of the franchise of the Shelby yule base ball team at a meeting q the Blue Grass League held in Lexington Monday The meeting was held in the offices of the Lexing ton base ball club in the Com pany Building At the same meeting the games which were to been played at Shelbyville were transferred to the towns with which teams they were to have been played Winchester was scheduled to atShelbyville on Tuesday Wednesday aid Thursday and was to have played there on Friday and Saturday of this week but the five games were transferred to the other two Shelbyville I FranchiseS BlueGrassf 1UrQ + The Paris franchise was bought forthree hundred dollars but a fanchisein the Blue Grass League is now worth more than that However Mr Kuhn is willing to take for his franchise and team and there probably three of the towns asking for the fran chise are anxious to get it Maysville appearsto have slightly the advantage and may become the sixth member ofthe circuit A dispatch from Maysville yesterday said J J Greenleaf representing the Blue Grass Base Ball was there Wednesday and sold the Shelby villa franchise to J W Sherman Am and Preston D Wells of Mayaville team and tie 500 I fthis hallgame will Qe played betr n 1t tW 1j 2 transfer city Next Sunday the first thp Frankfors = I jj a tk f r THE BOURBON NEWS PARIS KENTUCKY l9 1910 1 IAUG f d tf t r ti- k t ItiE BOURBON NEWS PARIS CITY TAXES DUE City taxes for 1910 now in my hands for collection Office first National Bank STAMPS MOORS 19tf City Collector Church Supper Thee will be an ice cream at Mt Carmel church Saturday night August 20fch On Ice Fancy melons m ice C P COOK CO Accepts Position Mr Board has accepted a position at the soda water fountain of B Mitchell Picture Moulding Let us frame your pictures Swellest line of moulding to select from ever exhibited in Paris Come in and see samples Work done quickly It PARIS CO Qualified as Administratrix Mrs Nellie Honey Turney Wed nesday qualified as administratrix of the estate of her late husband C W Turner For Preserving Nice lot of damson plums crab apples and preserving pears Phone y ur SAUERS New Bookkeeper Elected Mr Wm Grimes son of Mr John rJ Grimes was elected bookkeeper in the Bank Tuesday vie Mr Thomas Allen who i promote to the vacancy caused by the death of Mr E L Harris Its No Joke When we tell you we are offering sure enough bargains in paper this month we mean just we say Come and let us show J T HINTON Fair Dinner The ladies of the Methodist Church will serve dinner daily at the Bour bon Fair Pi ice 50 cents Thes ladies are noted for the fine dinners they spread If you attend the fair let them serve you Chicken Thieves Make Big Haul Thieves visited the chicken house 01 Mrs C J Barnes on South Main tsreet Monday night and made off with thirty fine chickens The thieves are supposed to be negroes residing in the colored subrub of Calysville Attention School Children Lunch boxes tablets pencils pens ink etc for the school Come in and let us fix up for school T LENIHAN 192t Robneel Grocery Coal Cars Derailed In a Monday night on the L N between Lair and Shawan five coal cars were derailed and traffic was delayed for five or six hours The northbound through freigh was depour ed from Paris to Maysville and hence to Cincinnai over the C o Beauiiful Our line of and rugs is the most exquisite ever shown in Paris The are right too HINTON Fined for Violating Liquor Law In Squire L J court yesterday Jordan Richardson cDlored was fined 200 for selling liquor in the negro suburb of Claysville without a license Bsby Show The Baby Snow at the Bourbon Fair never fails to attract the ladies as well as the men The show will be held on Saturday September 10 the last day of the Too Much Parks Hill The Nicholas Advocate says Sun day J R Neal of Paris stopped over here on his way to Parks Hill and atter walking up Sycamore street to the residence of Howard Veatch to take off his shoes and stock ings preparing to take a snooze Po Harvey was notified Neal came down Monday and pair bis fine Sweeptakes for Saddle Horses horses carrying with it premiums to the amount of 200 for horses of this class will be a feature Many other handsome premiums are offered among them the 20 premium for the fancy turnout How About a Swing If you want a swing now is the time to buy while we are closing out our line at cost They must sold at once to for fall goods J T HINTON Make No Mistake Buy a lot in the new subdivision on Sitxeenth and Cypress street build a house and rent to some of the railroad employees in the new yards Increased force makes a large demand for houses men good pay and rent amounts to 15 to 20 per cent or the investment These lots bf sold without August50 at 2 p i 1 is jtwlLERS KENTUCK lt B OK It Agrictl ural j wa l H freightwreck J T proceeded sand dollars Bourbon These m tf E SILVEBSMtTt15r I r are will r serve C 1- P8 + t in fl I PERSONAL MENTION ville guest of Miss Clara Bella ONeil on Mt Airy Avenue t Mrs Grover Baldwin will be taken a Lexington hospital Saturday for an operation for throat trouble Mrs J J Davidson and Mrs John Gray left Wednesday to visit Mrs J Gilly and Mrs Carey E Morgan visit to Mrs Adams and Mrs Samuels Richmond Mr and Mrs A S have returned from Amarillo Texas where they have been on a visit to MrJ Henry Thompson Mr Perry McCord our efficient to undergo a surgical operation Misses Nellie and Nancy Lewis of Gallatin Tenn have been of Miss Mary Barlow Nelson are visiting in Frankfort Mrs Everett Ham of San Cal is spending the summer with her and Mrs EB January on Houston avenue and with G W Clarke have taken rooms at the Hotel Windsor Misses Gilbert and Margaret Lavin and Mary Elizabeth Dean of Paris are the pretty little guests of their aunt Mrs Margaret Sullivan in Lex Mr James Pendleton of Paris was taken to the Good Samaritan dospital at Lexington afternoon and operated on for appen dicitis He is reported as doing nicely There will be a meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of tne A O B on August 22 at the residence of Miss Nellie Schwartz on high street Mr Oscar Schimdt and wife lave returned from thier bridal tour in the South and have taken board with Mrs Maria Bedford on High street Mr Schimdt will finish the season with tleParis Base Ball Club Carnival Attractions The amusement committee of the amusement company for the week of the Bourbon is to be held in Paris September 610 inclusive The grounds will be brilliantly illuminated at night and will preset a daylight appearance Many new and upto date attractions will be on tne Move to Lexington Mr S H Stivers and family yester home Mrs Stivers recently sold her residence on Higgins avenue to Mr J F Trisler and is contemplating the purchase oi a home present they will take up their resi dence on Harrison avenue Mrs Stivers will accept a position as cutter with one of the leading ladies establishments in Lexington Mr Stivers will continue in the capacity of local correspondent for the Lexing ton and will spend most of his time in this city Their daughter Miss Ruby Stivers holds a position as stenographer at Hamilton Colelge Third Day o the Bourbon Fair The third day of the Bourbon Fair will be one of the biggest of the week Thursday there will oe many premiums among which will be the Directors Premium of 200 for the oe t saddle mare or gelding This offer never fails to bring out the fin horses ever exhibited at a fair in Ken tucky The Bourbon Fair begins Tues day September 6 and will contiue t e remaider of the week Horse Killed by Car The interurban car to arrive in Paris Wednesday night at eight oclock strcuk a horse near the Bour bon County Fair Grounds killing the smashed and the front end of the car otherwise injured The motorman said he was going at a high rate of speed and did not see the animal until he was on it Oldest Fair in the State The Bourbon Fair is the oldest fair in the State The sitxyfourth annual exhibition will be given on September 610 inclusive It was better last year than ever and promises to excel in every respect this year Exhibitors should write the Secretary at once for entry blanks Band Concert Tonignt The Paris Military Band will give the third of its series of four concerts tonight at oclock p m in front of the court house The following numbersa re on the program for this evening Moose Waltz Come Be My Sunshine Dearie March Washington Military Serenade Sweet Dreams Ragtime Wild Cherries Waltz Carrissmt Medley Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly Intermezzo Sweet Isabella Barn Dance By Light of the Silvery Moon Waltz If Youwont Be Good to Requests visitingvisitingher Miss Byerof Eminence is the KansasCity sonMaster I Louisville children Societyhave Midway Lexington A t tailoring promises due usefor I I 730 MarchThe Overture March c 3 3 t i Fran- Cisco n tong 1rdne5da Nair rrhich offered the HomeMy Old Kenticky v 1 9 r oS 1Itm w 1t TheCheese for Making SandWiches I j 1I 5 Cents Jar tiI lt WItI I w r In It l U J111 ee e e I t rr orNrnonta r rr l l1 I j f fJn 1 1 jfw u 1 J1J l1 1J 4a 4 4pJtc4Pp- a f 20 Per Cent TI Discount on I Belt Pins j if We have placed on rour entire line of Ster 3 ling Silver and fine T Gold Filled Belt Pins at 4 T 20 per cent less than r our usual low prices f See Our Window 1 Sbowing many f Designs ALWAYS RELIABLE t Jlttratiu sales a 4 4 + + + + + + u i 1TJ i1 1 4 PpR + + ++ Farm For Sale PRIVATELY A fine Blue Grass Farm of 184 acres one mile of the thriving town of Berry Farm L N Railroad also on pike leading from Berry to Robinson Good 9 room house good tenant house of 3 rooms 2 extra good tobacco barns which will 20 acres Also good stock barn Well watered and fenced An extra good farm Apply to JOE H BERRY Berry Ky For Sale One fourseated trap also close car riage Both in perfect condition be seen at any time Will sell if sold at once Apply to address the undersigned MRS M SKILLMAN 192t Lexington Ky Dairy Products for Sunday J H BATTERTON tf F E T phone 11 Oak Tobacco Sticks We have just received two carloads of tobacco sticks ever shipped to Paris They are going fast Phone your orders TEMPLIN LUMBER CO or 1 i anddairyI I the bestoak r t r I = Big Reductions on All r Summer Goods S Goods x Lawns Madras Shirt Waists c Come and Save Money WEd Tucker ci 1 I I t I tI i et e I 1111 1111 lIelielielle i isi i i ii su SWash f S f HINTON r y i J Ia l so esi sNwrr eNi L Last Call On awn Swings T Refrigerators PORCH SHADES i Also Included in This Sweep Funeral Directors and Embalmers Ambulance Fumigating TELEPHONES Day phones store 36 Night and Sunday phones W O Hinton residence 56 J T Hinton residence 22 J B Dempsy Home Phone 286 j T i t e tIHINTONeNI The Crystal If You Want a Good Refreshing Drink firape Lemonade Egg 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TURNERSucce- ssor to 0 R Turner Co DEALER IN GOOD COAL Now is the time during the early season to fill your cellar or coal house to meet the requirements of the cold weather sure to come this wiuter My prices are low for the very best coal Ynur orders respectfully solicited C R TURNER In rear of Dow Block Opposite Hotel Windsor Paris Ky East Tenn Phone 58 Last Bargain Sale I This Season I Saturday Aug 6th I AT Twin Bros I Department Store 1 RoomSize Rug Given Away to Lucky Customer Chances Free- R I TWIN BROSf Two Big Stores in One Cor 7th and Main Paris Kentucky Miens Suits Are Ready are lust as anxious to see them as we are are to have you Schloss Baltimore ClothesT- he line that is unrlisputedly preeminent in American Readyto Wear Clothes for Men andU i Young Men Wfv1 v t All the othertfyeivt Spring Menus Wear is Ready from Shoes to Hat Twin Bros j e i ft eI Ji i ain II wm WNiWWii WWNl iW 11 r j i i I i jf t wmimHM I vi Ij t tIi I I II III I I 1I tJi- i Now you Iif II II tIi Via M 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do know a lot about it keep still also or folks will think you Herald Took All His Money Often all a man earns goes te doc tors or for medicine to cure a liver or kidney rouble that Dr Kings NewLife Pills would quickly cure at slight cost Best for Qua indigestion constipa malaria and debility cj2c at Oberdorfers Dont Let Em The defects of the understanding like those of the face grow worse as we grow older Rouchefoucauld 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that is at least one dreaded disease that sci nce has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarra Halls Catarrh Cure is the only cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease re quires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the thereby destroying the foundation of the patient strength by building the constitu Lion and assisting nature in doing its work proprietors have so much faith in its that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials J CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills con stipation 0 1 v xvHn l issOmething normallyand requirements laxativeconstipationcomplaints naturally with this remedy They became con dyspepsia Laterhaving doctorsaddress never croupInfallible fish dontBoston stomach tin F t 4I cu biliousness Address CHENEY F MdrYa Y a e s =+ i What it Achieved By LOUISE B CUMMINGS Copyright 1910 by American Press Association i Ed Archer and Molly Doyle were as children one of those couples we like to read about but the stories of whose loves are rarely finished by marriageThere something enduring about the affair between Ed and Molly At any rate it lasted till Ed went away to college and that is about as long as child loves usually last Ln this case there was nothing on either side to indicate that during lids col lege course love was smoldering in j his breast or that of his child love j There was no correspondence between them and if either ever thought of the other no one besides themselves knew it They missed each other when f Ed returned for the only vacation he spent at home and when he was grad anted as a civil engineer a position ready for him of which he at availed himself Therefore they did not meet from the time he began i his till two years after he had been bucking against the world When they did meet Ed was paying attention to a young widow of means His mother was not well and he left his work and his charmer to pay the mother a visit While at home he called on Molly Doyle Now it happened that Molly and Eds widow had a mutual friend So when Ed appeared Molly knew all about his intentions or at least what appeared to be his intentions She came down to meet him with a letter in her hand After reeling him she threw the missive on a table It was addressed and stamped ready for the mail Molly wrote a large hand and it didnt require a to read the name of the person for whom the letter was intended one could decipher it from across an ordinary sized room Molly was not especially cordial She did not let it appear that she ex pected any return of that sweet inter change of sentiment which marks a child love Ed made approaches to ward speaking of It but met with no encouragement The conversation turned upon Mollys friend who was also the widows friend and this led to some mention of the latter but Molly did not speak of her as a mat ter of interest to her or her visitor If she had any feeling about the widow she didnt show It Eds call lasted a couple of hours When he arose to depart he asked Is the letter on the table for the mail It is Let me post It for you I office on my way home Thank you very much She handed him the letter He put it in his pocket and took leave The next evening he called bringing with him some flowers Molly sot tened a little at the gift When he spoke of how many flowers he had given her when they were children she said that now he spoke of it she re membered them very well By the bye said Ed on leaving you last evening I was so with the pleasure of meeting you again that I forgot to post the letter you committed to my care I have brought it back to you thinking that after the delay you might wish to re consider sending it There was an odd look in Mollys eye and a faint tinge of color in her cheek Instead of looking disturbed over Eds forgetfulness she rather pleased Tonight as you pass the office will do as well she said and spoke of oth er matters The next evening Ed called again This was three evenings In succession He brought her a more substantial gift than flowers a glove box hand somely inlaid She received it gra ciously It is for atonement he said Atonement for what A bad Again I have for gotten to drop your letter in the mall She gave him a forgiving smile what else could she do after the aton ing said Oh It doesnt matter Put it in as you go by tonight You are very kind not to scold me I shall keep my mind on It from the time I leave you On the mailing or the letter The letter This evidently meant something more than the words for Ed spoke them with his eyes fixed on her in tently and she dropped hers to the floorDuring the next call Mr Archer made Miss Doyle he made no of the least until he to go He brought her a gift but kept it in his pocket till his visit was finished He had a great deal to say about their childhood indeed than he had to say about the eight or nine that had passed since during which he bad made no effort to communicate with her to see her Indeed on this latter subject he maintained a discreet silence It was near midnight when having told her that he bad loved her ever since he was a boy and could never love any one else be took out his gift a ring and slipped it on her linger She made no objection since she had consented to a betrothal Before leav ing he threw the letter he had again failed to post on the table it contain a Yes or a Xo he She opened Jt and displayed a I I lance I the engrossed giftand mention letterat daysmore years or Did viIff ltcrrr f 7 Y i studies microscope indeed pass looked memory arose sheet ofblank paper K C = THE BLACK HAND Origin of NarfJe of This Group f paring Criminals According to the United States service the Black Hand Is a title common to innumerable groups of criminals operating under the direction of some secret central government These men are blackmailers using murder arson kidnaping and bomb throwing as punishments for those who will not submit to their iniquitous demands Black Hand is iu short a handy name for a brand of crime pe culiar to Italian criminals who are suc cessful iu it of the tempera ment of the foreign immigrants a ml their inborn dread of the extortionist Whether the central government which guides the Black Hand society is lo in the United States or in Italy Is something which neither the Italian nor Ameruau authorities can discover United States officers say the uame of the American Black Hand emanated from Chicago about ten years when one of the first of ninny myste rious murders in the Italian quarter remained unsolved The victim of the murder had received a warning that death would follow his failure to a specified sum of money The letter was embellished with a crude drawing representing a fist clutching a dagger The fist and daggengave the name Black to become familiar to every citizen of the country and the sinister sketch was soon a source of terror to all law abiding Italians Wide World Maga zlne A SAMOAN BEE Trapping the Game With a Leaf Chain Haifa Mile Long A Samoan fishing bee is a unique sight to witness Cocoanut leaves are gathered in abundance and secured doubled and tripled end to end to form a long prickly chain round in appearance and about tbree in di ameter These leaf chains are often woven to a length of half a mile When the chain is complete all the men of that particular village turn out en masse with paopaos or Samoan canoes When the tide is high the chain is stretched across some convenient place supported by natives in their i the lId Handlater FISHING fet their secret because ago contribute unpleasantly or snapi Tytjuius rv the will The 6 cpanut seine is then submerged and slowly forced shoreward the prickly points driving the fish them When the point is reached where the chain can rest upon the bottom und still protrude slightly from the water the natives after securing the ends to the beach retire and wait for the tide to recede leaving the fish high and dry It is found that large are driven and caught in this mariner but since they are capable of jumping the barrier they are dispatched with spears at once The catches of fish thus made are sometimes enormous and often number thousands Los An geles Times The Flag o Denmerk C the year 12V1 tint Waldemarof Denmark wbeu leading his troops rV battle against the sauC thought he saw n hright light form of n srross in the sky He held Mils appearance to he a promise of divine aid and pressed forward to tory this time he had tlm cross placed oil the flag of his country and called it the Dannebrog that is strength of Denmark Aside from legend there is no doubt that this flag with the cross was adopted by Den mark in the thirteenth century and that at about the same date an order known as the order of Danuebrog was instituted to which only soldiers and sailors who were distinguished for courage were allowed to belong The flag of Denmark a plain red banner bearing on it a white cross is the old est flag now in existence For 300 years both Norway and Sweden were united with Denmark under this Housekeeper A Handsome Scheme Certain clever persons are promo ting a movement whereby palmistry will end uivorce What do they pro pose to do have the husband and wife hold hands Applied Learning The AbsentMinded Professor My tailor has put one button too many on my vest I must cut it off Thats funny now theres a buttonhole too many Whats the use of arithmetic Sourire i t plfOpflOlt lI r f jr l f often t j- iil i j i 4 the ti i 7 t the 5i I i1 Y 1fi c if i j i ftt J I t w shallowness S before f fish k- In Livonia i urn in sir From flagS rt Msk r A = CANCERS CUREDI guarantee a cure in case I undertake Reference any citizen Of Paris Address me at Paris Ky jx r tjifJ tq4- D r W R SMITH LOCK BOX 531 t f 2 A letter from Mr Allen Hanna of Shelby County Ky a nephew of j late Hon of Ohio states that is entirely cured of thecer on the neck and highly recommends Dr W Nark can j thellama Are Different From All Others When the late Walter A Wood his first mow er in 1852 it was upon a principle entirely different the floating frame described so fully in our catalog All manufacturers of il its a WOODdraftonebut cant use itunderdraft is with the floating frame construction which is to A Wood Mowers We feel justified in asserting that 6T our mowers are easiest INS draft handiest to operate least expensive to in repair and longest mower leads on mower it will the farmer VsfV to buy There are many other good points J J Write for it today Yerkes Kennev GEO W DAVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER BOTHPHOKES DAT137 NIGHT 299 distinguishes b GOOD in our 4 fii FORSALE BY 4 c c J- A j l t rf I J t i f c a 4 1 Q illustrated and s a rr- ti i I aL r ycj 4 = + THE PARIS KENTUCKY AUC 1 1910NEWS i f c y BOURBON L Joe G Mitchell Insurance Agent At Geo Alexander 4 Cos Bank Old Reliable Companies Insurance against Fire and Lghtning Your Rolicited r i I KILLS Dont let this most destructive infectious diseases get a grip on your flock A few drops of r ofall I BOURBON POULTRY CURE in the drinking water cures and prevents Cholera Limberneck Roup existing forms of poultry diseases and puts fowls in prime condition for egglaying One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this on hand For Sale by V T Brooks oOaug Hot and Cold BATHSHot Everything neat and barbers always ready to wait on the trade No long waits You are next MA KAHAL andother j WE MANUFACTURE Granite and Marble Monuments Best of material and workmanship us figure with you Paris Monumental Works JhJams UFalieH Works and office S Main St E T Phone 734 Curtis Overby BARBERS Successors to Carl Crawford All White Parbers Hot and Cold Baths The Public Re spectfully Solicited Curtis Overby DEMOCRATIC TICKET CongressJ uf Scott county We Want Your Jobwork You will want have it when you see our samples and hear OUR PRICES Call at this office when in need of anything in the line of PRINTING oiiurt lime Exposure Moving pictures dfr the flight of In sects have been made with JiT I lLet r r t t fjrrf 3 Chairs S r I U tot tIJ 1 tI r 1 J d ati or 4 t ij fdidM l 1tit c 0J If 1 js Iv xp sure i SCOTTS EMULSION is the only emulsion imi tated The reason is plain its the best Insist upon having the worlds standard flesh and strength builder ALL DRUGGISTS The Dollar The Record believes in keer ing money at home and spending it with home merchants It says Just a dollar on a mission spent rakes a lot of people glad each time the coin is spent You Jay it to the butcher for the meat to give you strength he takes it to the grocer from it goes at length for some pretty bit of ckth or lace his better half to buy or help to get her sum mer nat to make her rival high dry goods man sent on the coin to pay the market bill and though the coin is often spent it stays a dollar still and every time tis spent at home some act of good is done in booming local industries its bound to make them run Cut if you take the shining coin and break the local chain the chances are that from afar twill not return again If once it passes out of town the butcher and the baker the grocer and the dry goods man and the car penter the wagon man and black smith the shoe man and the printer everyone vill lose the chance to touch the coin ere the setting of the sun Just k ep tie litte coin at home just keep it moving well and every time it changes hand somebody sgood twill sell That single little dollar has thus a wondrous power to make some hoay happy a dozen time an hour It pays the bill and wards off ill and neer its power r laxes to soothe the doctor buy the coal and pay for clothes and taxes Interesting Paragraphs 1 Horse breeding in Russia is entirely under military supervision The adulteration of food n France is said to result in a profit of 100 a year There are more than 400 wireless stations in the casts of the maritime nationsThe York State botanist claims there are 200 species of edible mush rooms known in that State Cadets at the United Services col ege at Windsor England are taught the principles of aeronautics Camels fight with their necks and knees each one of a batling pair try ing to choke his adversary The oil tree produces alternate crops a full yield generally being fol lowed by a scanty one the next year It takes from 5000000 to 8000000 eggs a year to supply the demands of the calico printers of the United StatesFollowing Philadelphias example New York established a free per manent exhibition of building materi alsA Virginian has a farm where he captures wild geese while young clips their wings and raises them for market A new sanitary mouth piece for tele phones is made flush with the case to avoid germcatching cornersA ironing cabinet holding and closing into samll when not in use is a Phila invention It men two years to break the old British battleship Thunderer which has been condemed for the metal she contins Wyatts Annual Summer Tours The following personally conducted summer touts in charge of Mr J D Wyatt of Falmouth Ky are well worth considering by anyore make a trip this summer Niagara Falls New York Steamer to Norfolk Va Washington Pitts burg Cincinnati beginning with sup per at Sinton Hotel Cincinnati on Sept 20 all expenses paid 15 days Trip 6750 Niagara Falls and side trips Satur day August 13 All expenses paid Tour City New York Philadelphia and Washington August 18 Fifteen days expensas all paid Tour tour the New York feature and two meals on train 4250 Tour days tour s ame aa tour 1 except Wsahington feature and meals on train and supper in New York Children under 12 years sit less on all tours Tour day trip One week at Atlantic City Railroad fare hotel transfer etc Write for further particulars and circulars describing tours to J D WYATT Sept 20 Falmouth Ky Quite True 1 have to face the fact mused the fashionable photographer as he looked over some recent pictures that there are some very ugly features in this business Human Nature When a man is appjauded for doing or saying a smart thing he tries so hard to score again that he becomes a nuisance Atchison Globe Rise to the Occasion It is a commonplace that we can not answer for ourselves before we have been tried But it is not so common a reflection ana surely more consoling that find deal better and braver than we thought RV LjSteyenson Scottsits ShElby whom he 000000 ha all the compass delph ns will jt kel00 intending- to 25 1Atlantic 5500 2Same except 3Twelve 4650 4Nine 33 I I ft 1 transmitter we usually ourselves a great ssiit1t 5 MSI BELIEVE IT When Paris People Tell It So Plainly When public endcrsement is made by a representative citizen of Paris the proof is positive You must believe Read this testimony Every btckache sufferer every man or child with any kidney trouble will find profit in the reading Mrs J T Martin Eleventh and Mam streets Paris Ky says Kidney trouble in my case was brought on by a fall I re ceived two or three years ago My back ached until I thought it would break and sharp twinges often shot through my kidneys I tried various remedies but could not find relief un til I procured Doans Kidney Pills at Wilsons drug store After using them one week I felt like a different woman and 1 was soon completely cur ed I gave a statement for pubilca don in 1903 telling of my experience and at this time I am glad to confirm all I then said in praise of Doans Kid ney Pills I think more highly of them than ever For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other STOCK CROP AND FARM NOTES The News reports Georgetown court as follows About 200 cattle on the market here yesterday A strong feeling was in evidence for the best grades Yearling and short twoyear old steers sold from to 54 per hundred Calves brought from 18 to 20 per head R H Anderson bought trom J M Jones 27 TiPad of extra good feeding steers averaginhg 1035 at 550 The Flemingsburg Gazette sys Chas Fox of Danville Fri day and bought C M Flemings consisting of fifty head They will weigh about 1500 pounds each will go sometime next month Price not learned but supposed to be about seven cents per pound or better This is the largest bunch of heavy in the county The large metal and concrete storage house of th Burley Tobacco Society near Flemingsburg has been completed and accepted from the con tractors The new building has a capacity of 3000 hogsheads and at the present time contains about 1300 hDgsheads with more coming in at the rate of about 50 hogsheads per day HE GREETED THE CZAR i Experience of Nicholas II With a Pa risian Street Arab On one of his visits to Paris Nicholas II was left alone for a moment in his carriage The czar was delighted at the feeling of freedom arid ease out of the window with all the zest of a schoolboy playing truant he saw before him one of those pictur esque street arabs who seem to sprout between the paving stones of Paris This particular specimen seated against the railings with his nose in the air was whistling the refrain of the Russian national hymn Suddenly their eyes met The street boy sprang to his feet He had never seen the em peror but he had seen his photograph and the likeness was striking Suppose it is Nicholas he said to himself greatly puzzled He resolved to make sure without delay Walking up to within a yard of the carriage and bobbing his head he shouted in a hoarse voice to the unknown foreigner Hows the empress Picture his satisfaction for in fact he thought that it was only a good jokewhen the stranger replied with a smileThank you the empress is very well and is delighted with her jour neyThe boy lost his tongue He stared at the speaker in dismay and hen raising his cap stalked away slowly very slowly to mark his dignity Nicholas II afterward often amused himself by scandalizing the formal set around him with the story of this pri vate interview with a true Parisian McClures Magazine A SERIOUS PLAY The Author Was Willing Though to Turn It Into a Comedy The gallery god no less than the patron of the padded chair aspires to write for the stage 1 have a vivid remembrance of the first of all the plays submitted for production at the New theater in New York It was from an employee in a local railroad station probably a baggage smasher and i shall betray no confidence in re cording that the authors name was MurphyThough Mr Murphy called his work a play it was in reality only a scenario It entitled Jims Wife The plot was as follows In the first act Jim had no wife but lie took his girl to a dance danced In act second came the great scene The scene was caused by the fact that Jims girl danced with another man Jim felt impelled to kill him but he refrained reflecting that such things did not occur in the best circles and would thus be socially unpleasing to The curtain fell on his act of self sacrifice in not killing the other dancer In act third there was still more action Tims girl rewarded him for his delicacy by marrying him Final curtain Mr Murphy seemed weighed down by a fear that his was too serious for the New theater In his letter be saidi If you would rather have it a comedy 1 will send you the jokes I bave a few jokes too Cprbin WeII woman 4bO washEre cattle nd cattle I Looking I I las ActionThey play 1I r t- t t it foS Known his lady Join in oids Vork 4 = A Solution By JANE FINCKNEY BENNETT Copyright 1310 by American Press Association Please consider our engagement broken she snapped Have you considered it broken What do you mean 1 mean have you thought over the of a broken engagement between us We have been engaged for a month all our friends know that we are lovers Were lovers Supposed to be lovers Thats more lil e It Now suppose we announce that off between us People will natu rally be curious to know the reason it is none of their business But they will make it their busi ness 1 shall tell them that I have been very much disappointed in you what shall 1 say about it What you like 1 shall say i discovered that I am unworthy of a girl with so much amiabilityThere no reply to this What is to be considered in the matter is whether you contemplate renewing our engagement after it has once been broken NeverVery so far so good In that case i am free to engage myself to whosoever I please And it is my privilege to do the sameCertainly Tomorrow eening we dine at the Spinglers Naturally I shall be expected to take you in to This will be embarrassing for both of us Had you not better send word to Mrs Spingler that our Is oft She pondered a few moments toying with her engagement ring which she had pulled off her finger then said Mrs Spingler is a very prying woman and a frightful gossip Shell wish to know all about how it and if she is not Informed will give her own version of it to every one present and every one not present That is one of the points to be con sidered or rather was one of the points to be considered Its too late now You have dismissed me and said that you will never recall me We are both free to marry some one else There was a pause here She slipped the engagement ring over the point of her finger as though afraid he was about to take it away Then she said The breaking of our engagement Is one thing its announcement to the world is another Is it necessary that we should announce it through Mrs SpinglerWe give it out today to some one else It seems singular that you who have so many times sworn that you loved me cant bear the idea of sit ting beside me for an hour or two at a dinner party What would we talk about The weather I suppose No thank 1 dont go to din ners io talk about the weather But let us leave this subject of the dinner and agree upon a reason to give our friends for our quarrel We will give them the true one of And that is Your horrible treatment of me Please frame a statement of it Oh you are better at stating things than I am Frame Any version you give of it will be to me Very well I shall put It in this way It started it Ive forgottenWhy it was something about wasnt it I cant remem ber what started it I only know that you acted horribly Well then we will put it in that way Well say that we cant remem ber what the quarrel was about but I acted horribly That would be considered very silly of us Silly of you 1 fear Not if they knew how horribly you have acted What did 1 say or do Everything that was disagreeable Name one Oh how bothersome you are How can I tell you what you said when I cant remember what it was about 1 suppose then we are to announce to the world that not being able to remember the cause of our quarrel it is impossible to give a cause for the breaking of our engagement That would be too ridiculous for anything People would laugh at us Upon the whole I think you were ou said that its none of why we have agreed to part We will give no reason Do you think that would be No I dont But since Ive not been able to suggest any feasible cause my self Ive fallen back upon your own suggestion There was no reply to this only a stolid stare at the floor while the of the engagement ring contin ued Come he said presently I leave it all to you Decide what course we shall take Name a way out of the dilemmaThey sitting side by side She dropped her hand on his She had lipped the engagement ring back on ijorfinjrer He put his arm about her iwUst her to her r rAiWoihans soltitJoni hefsaid WOnalls II t 2 consequences all- is And dinner engagement happened you it yourself startedwhat aboutfunny I I peoples business possible fingering friadHs ed i1J tJ ifj v Y J 7 j 1 courseS satisfactory S tilt 1 him 5ce1- t His Idea Matter The dear old songs they used to sing began the sentimentalist lYes replied Mr Lowbrow Ive heard about them Jwy private opinion is that we appreciate them because dont insist on singing them Speed Not Exercise Walking we are told is a ex than riding in an auto mobile The trouble is that a great many of us are not looking for exer else Fame Before Virtue The thirst for fame fs greater than the thirst for virtue for who would As to EvenHanded Justice Talk all you please about exact jus tice to all it happens every day that a big dog chases a little dog away after the little dog has found its first Atchison VardenSon Let us fill your Prescripti o n s pure drugs and prompt service Druggists t of the t people to 1 ercisebetter I awayits Yarden a Son anymore good Globe- S One of the Many Popular Shapes That We Are Showing- A moderately priced one too If you are looking for The Hat youll find it in our pres ent handsome display of smart millineryWe made extra efforts this season to reach the idea of every woman and feel confident of your securing satisfactory purchase here Mrs Corne Watson Baird GUTENBERGInvented and Since His Day I TYPEhas done more for the worlds advancement I than any other thing Our type will ADVANCE YOUR BUSINESS Let Vr Do your IFrinting CINCINNATI And Return ft Sunday Aug 2t Trains leave at 7 50 and a In Returning leave Cincin nati Station 700p FARE 150 Tickets gooclon special trains date of sale only cV BASE BALL Cincinnati vs Chicago Zoological GardenHilITiis Theatres c For further information call om W H HARRIS D S JORDAN T A MIRRORS RESILVERED BY i C G SCHWAR Upholstering i Repairing Refinishing- I have just received a new line of samples for jHome Phone 255 v iVT J Charles lason Forsyt 1 Offers his services to the of Bourbon and surrounding counties Satisfaction guarantee or no charge charge made Specialty made of Live Stock Real Estate and Bank Twentyfive years experience left at THE BOURBON office will receive prompt attention MISS JESSIE BROWN Art Embroidery c Materials v Dolls and Fancy Novelties E Tenn Phone 716 Professional Cards Harry E DENTIST Opposite Frank I Co i WM KENNEY Drs Kenney Office ODOIFordham Hotel TO j 4 li VIA IJ l1li i tf m ROUNDTRIP i A i t rJ1 i I Y I l Math r I W DudIey JiZl Excursioij41 1 Agen H SS upholstering covers AUCTIONEERS Stock K DtmLzr OFFICE HOURS DR 8 to 93013 mj 130 to 7 to 8 pm i 3p m I v t 3 C PHONES 136 6 A B KELLER PRACTICING PHYSICIAN Offices in AericulturalBuildiu1 Kentucky IL Paris S JJ ATTORNEYATLAW i WTJlTJTA1US JtJti rfoom 1 Elks Building 15 When you seek ECONOMY ask merchant to show you this Sl Compare it with one that iosts S2r see wherein lies the difference It d not lie in the wearinft quiliii s urt n l in the t le me fit TIll urta1 ont of pmc cmsiJ b more than miuli1 in largest factories of their kind tI flrln h the III worl C Kenyon CO2 lnion Square Y 1 S T 555i5 5SS555 NEWS PARIS KENTUCKY AUCL m JVI 7j THE BOURBON 1JMILLERSBURG ITEMS Mrs Sallie Best and daughter Miss Nannie Louise Best and Mr and Vila t ifiieuuuavc uiuycu Rest flat the former from the home of Mr J A Miller and the latter from the property of Mrs A J Lamb Miss Margaret Stannard who has 1 beEn visiting friends at Bloomfield called home Wednesday on ac uuni hunt Miss Ella Fleming who con to grow weaker The following concrete sidewalks ompleted last week and opened no pedestrians Sunday On Trigg Squire E P Thoamson fashal Joe Williams and Mr Jesse in front of their houses Miss Fanria Layson in front of her proper ty o cjoied by Mr C W Collins Miss Lizzie Vimont in front of vacant lot Mr Phillips Maher in front of his occupied oy Messrs William lEaiker and William Insko Mr the iinens Insko in front of his house on Main street Mrs Russell Mitchell in from of home and vacant lots James Robinson colored while driving from the colored camp meet trcunds Sunday collided with t other vehicle in front of Mr J G Allens home running the shaft of the other vehicle through the jugu ar- j artery of his horse doing no damage 0 other horse or vehicle Robin taons horse was unharnessed at once and Dr Herbert hastily summoned the animal bleeding to death before the doctor could reach the scene The horse was valued st 250 The occpants t of the other vehicle managed to get away before they were recognized Miss Insko has accepted a sposisibn of day operator of the Home Telephone Exchange dur ing toe absence of Miss Ethel Collins Woik with Miss Insko is new and the subscribers should bear patiently with her The person who stands at the phone or sits at the desk calling for a number knows nothing of the work of the busy fingers on the board and if the operator does not get the pasty by the time you are geting the number or name you enter a complaint The larger part of the failures to get the person asked for is f not the fault of the operator Give Miss Insko a little and courtesy and she will do bier part in giving you what you ask Mists Margaret Miller and Eliza Ebeth ConwayHwho have been the 1 r ll 1Lij01 R into the las of the critical condition of her timlEs I l I 1 t P n I c j t I ant I 1 I tot 11 I 0I i n t J f r r f 11 JI j I o it once 11 i r jiP t were avenue Wils i l r r r V Curly Bourbon I nit for + guess of their Mr C W Cor for left Tues day for their home in Atlanta Ga Mr and Mrs Leroy Endicutt moved Monday to the property of ol Mrs Ada Miller en street and Mrs E P Thoma son from the home of Mr Bert Mc Clintock Mrs 0 W Ingles entertained a nuber of her young lady friends Thurs day evening from four to six with a shirt waist lawn party in honor of Miss Vorees of Pueblo Col It was a pleasant occasion Refreshment were served Miss Kizzie May McDaniel entp tained a number of her young frip Thursday evening with a lawn I 1 from eight to twelve in honor of her guest Miss Vorees of Pueblo Uoi The grounds were beautifully illumi nated with lanterns and torches Re freshments were served Mrs U V W Darlington of Huntington W Va sold her farm Thursday one mile North of town on Maysville pike consisting of 65 acres through her agent Mr Chas Martin to Messrs D E and Dan Clark on Wednesday for one hundred an eighty dollars per acre They will plat the front of the farm in convenient lots for suburban homes Mr J W Mock was in Cincinnati Tuesday and Wednesday on business Mrs Martha Vimont is among sick Mr Ashby Leer was in Louisville Tuesday anu Wednesday Miss ValetteMcClintock of Paris is the guest of relatives here Mr J B Cray left Tuesday for a few days business to 0 wings ville Mrs Wright of Maysville is the puest of her daughter Mrs C C Chanslor Mr J H Carpenter attended the Burley Tobacco sale at Lexington Tuesday Fine Farm is Offered for Sale Attention is directed to the adver tisement in this issue of Mr N H Berryof Berry Ky Mr Berry will disoose of his property privately and will locate in the South The farm is provided with all conveniences and is said to be one of the bust in Harrison county ringt n ks vacatedbyMr s th trip I aunt several wr 4 Arrested for Beatfis t Board The Lexington of Wednesday said On a warrant sworn out by b M Turpin a boarding of Paris Ky Deputy Sheriff Jasper Wil son yesterday afternoon arrested Roy Keller who has Kaen employed by the Consumers Ice Compay on a charge of a boarding house keeper Keller was taken to on the six oclock interurban car last and will there answer the charge Deputy Sheriff Wilson has another Warrant of the same character 1o serve but as he had not executed the papers he did not give out the name of the defendant Keller was brought to this city where hs parents who reside near Hutchison aJjusted the matter with the Paris boarding house keeper and he was given his liberty Odorless Refrigerator The Odorless Refrigerator the best ever in Paris Call and examine 29 tf KING REDMON President Ussery Overruled President W C Ussary has been overruled by the board of directors of the Blue Grass League in his decision affecting the game between Winches ter and Richmond on July 4 which was forfeited by the latter President Ussery went into tthe merits of the controversy in his decision the game played over again cision of the board gives to one additional game in the won column and to Winchester on the additional game in the lost column CLINTONVILLE ITEMS Services at the Clintonville church next Lords Day August 21 at 11 oclock a m and 715 p m Morning theme Making a Wise or a Bad Choice Timothy 69 But they that are minded to be rich fall into a temptation and a snare and many focl ish and hartfl lust such as drown men in destruction and perdition and have pierced with many sorrows Evening theme The Face of Him Who is Whiter Than I text Matthew 311 He shall baptize you n the Holy Spirit and in fire whose fan is in his hand and he will thoroughly cleanse his threshing floor and he will gather his wheat into the garner hut the chaff he will burn up with inquenchable fire Bible school 10 a m W F Supt Mrs Varden Shipp organiast R S Darna by Secretary BUt r d evening J andordered Christian Herald hous Richmond Make Your Money Doi Double Servicet You can do it very easily when you attend our Jagt GREAT SHOE SALE now going on fi Our entire stock of Summer Footwear has been of cost or j Make it a point to visit our store tomorrow j for yourself the wonderful bargains we are offering I rffWI m liif l lijf lWJ t t 1W hYflt tt Bh I Ir r It VimII H j WI 1 reducedregardless i 1 ands e j IIt 1 H 4 ii j4I value Saturday f Special For Saturday Mens Famous Walk Over 4 Oxfords at This lot contains 75 pairs of very fine and dressy Oxfords pat ent and plain leathers Of course the sizes arer broken but all size are in the lot B 811 I 85IIII In lIi y I r Isf t I t I 1r Specials For Saturday Childrens Patent Leather Three strap and Buckle Roman Sandals worth 75c sizes 1 to 5 at 49c Infants Vici Kid Ox fords worth 50c sizes 19c broken t Specials For Saturday Ladies 2 and 250 Oxfords and Pumps in Patent Colt Vici Kid and Gun Metal Sale Price 149 Ladies 150 Oxfords Sale Price 99c II i Ii I I I There Are Hundreds of Bar gains Too Numerous to t Mention DAN COHENIK 336 Main Street Paris Kentucky AT THE BIG ELECTRIC SIGN 1 II f JJta j t 11i 7 11 t fJ I 1t J fIiIIL 1 o 1 i 0 j tLf j1 i 1 4 J 4 I 1 y L = Death Charles Dean The death of Mrs tiharleDean of HOllY Springs Mississippi which oc cured 4 after a protracted illness brought orrow to so done to many of those in other states than that of her lifelong home and nativiy touehter of Major Addison Craft of Holly Springs and his wife trances Breckinridge Young of Danville Major Craft graduated in the celebrated class of 1855 from Center College at Danville Ky and was a gallant and efficient officer in the Confederate army His wife was a daughter of the Rev John C Young the distinguished and well loved of Center College and was here a graduate of that institution of learning Mr Dean in her girlhood dayd had often visited her aunt Mrs E H Rutherford for whou she was named in her home in Paris where Dr Rutherford was for many years pastor of one of the Presbyterrian churches in that city Mrs Gelon H Rout of Versailes and Mrs Rutheford Douglas were also aunts of Mrs Dean Seven years ago she was married to Mr Charles Dean a young business man of Holly Springs and has since been the lovedand cherished wife and daughter and sister of a home in which love ruled and happiness was the result of mutual and tender devo tion Major Craft diea almost a year ago his wife having died when their girlBesides Dean leaves two sisters Bessie and Cornelia Craft Bright intellectual and lovable she made many friends and these with many of those connect ed by ties of blood and mar riage and very many who loved her dearly now mourn that she has passed from the scene so this life on earth and yet are comforted by the hope that she has entered upon that blessed immortality which lies beyond the grave Ponys Neck Broken A singular accident prevented Phil lipp Scanlon the three an a halfyear old son of Mr and Mr3 Andrew C Scanlon of Richmond Ky whu got the beautiful Shetland pony given away by the Blue Grass Fair manage ment on Childrens Day Saturday from enjoying his good fortune for before the animal could be gotten home it was killed by being thrown from an automobile in which it was being taken to Madison county The accident occurred just as the machine was leaving the fair grounds in Monday afternoon Seventh District Republicans Meet At a meeting of the Seventh D isti ict Republican Committee held in the Phoenix in Lexington Monday morning it was decided that the com mittee shoul held another meeting in Frankfort Saturday September 7 at which steps will be taken to select a Republican candidate for Congress from this district The meeting was presided over by Judge H Clay Howard and the fol lowing members were present Messrs G W Stuart Bcurboi Charles H Berryman Fayette George L Banes Franklin J S Henry William J Manby Oldham John P Hutchinson Owen J H C Sinclair Scott Sam J Robert proxy for C W Parrish Wcodfcrd Messrs Barnes Manby and Hutchin son were appointed on a conference committee to work with chairman lay in mapping out a line of procedure for the meeting to be held in Frankfurt First Day Will be Pony Day The day of the Bourbon County Fair will be pony day A number of attractive rings and premiums will be the offreing Aside from this here till be other rings The first day too is designated as childrens day which in addition to the pony display will make it enjoyable The bourbon Fair begins September 6 and continues for five days u Mrs ntlibutedl f Th rsday andfriendsi I Rutherford withher Hotel n Blau knell first of Mines Lexington MATRIMONIAL The Lexington Herald says Only yesterday was news re ceived here that Mr Arthur M Sip brecht and Miss Nellie Geogie McGin nis both of this city were married last Thursday at the BrownProctoria Hotel in Winchester The young cou ple have been sweethearts for some timebut their wedding was a surprise to their parents and friends to whom nothing had been said concerning it Mr and Mrs Siebrecht returned to Lexington Sunday but will make their home in Paris until September when they will return to this city to live Mr Siebrecht is a son of form er Deputy Sheriff William S Siebrecht and for three years was at the Princess and Star Theatres He is now pianist at the Paris Opera House Mrs Siebrecht is the daughter of Mr Asa McGinnis of North Broadway News to friends in this city of the marriage on August 18 of Miss Nellie Long of Long Beach Cal to Mr Clarence E Moyer The bridetobe is most pleasantly as the handsome and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs E C Long The marriage will be solemnized at the home of the brides parents and the young couple will make their home in Long Beach The past wish es of many friends in Paris go with them A marriage license was issued Tuesday to Mr Ira G Fryman and Miss Cora B McClure DEATHS Mrs Kate Smith widow of the late Col M Holly Smith of Mt Sterling died of heart trouble on Wednes day night Mrs Smith is survived by one son Mr Robert Smith of Ohio and two daughters Mrs Mary Miss Lucy Smith of Mt Sterling Mrs Smith was a sister of Mrs G C Thompson of near Paris The deceas ed was a lovable Christian woman and held in the highest esteem by a large circle of friends who will deeply re gret to hear of her death The and burial will take place in Mt today J th f I hascome Grig sand funeral remembered Sterling The Best Brands You may try the world over and you get better whisky than the kind we Clay Poindex ter and Van Hook all bottled in bond We can prove it thered a Isepfc T F BRANNON FOR SALE Whitman hay press as new Only been used about thirty days Apply to 24t M J MURPHY 1r p 0 p 1t I r sellSam reason J 1 1 f l t could 7 h i I t d TT FLOUR x the kitchen and the dining quality of the flour gets the full extent of the tests The flaky loaf is the delight of the cook and pleases the housewife It is the result of the use of PURITY This is the reason Purity is the Best They are happiest who use PURITY in their homes J The Paris Milling Co Between the 1 1 J roomthe c 0 I I I I r Two f t xr y Sacred Music You have never known the full beau ty of until you have heard them on the Victor Come in and hear your favorite hymns sung by noted soloists and fa nous choirs Victors 10 to 250 Terms to suit DAUGHERTY BROS I rT I 1I j- i I sacredsongs J j Ii j I I r f i t I I is VictorI L = Harvesting Machines J I rj OF r J a1P111111111fl1111H1191H1111Hfli11 IHt1i1f11flf1flRIRHltltltttllt iheIcCormeck Fine y = t Binders lowers Fakes Leaders Twine Repairs Etc E g Cor Fourth and High Streets Paris Both Phones 34 E fedd IBourbon Orae and Supply Y y ct1L 11 uunlUUUU UUU l U U ArU il l UUUnlitr ers Caia + =