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THE BOURBON NEWS PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR VOLUME XXX PARIS KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 1910 NUMBER 100 irfj 9 d 2 t t l- T ti j ctt i r Y ii 7 VERY r o Rt n I L r is 1 + + CLINTONVILLE ITEMS Services at the Clintonville Christian chrucli day by school at 10 a m praYEr and song All thw children of the neighborhood Ask for Old John Poindex Whisky None better 4t Buggies at Low Prices Forthe next thirty days we will sell any buggy in our house at ten per cent off for cash Come and look them over 15 tf YERKES KENNEY Real Bargains I I have to offer you at bar prices one of the nicest fines ofFRUITS CANDIES NUTS FIREWORKS brought to Paris Come rind see for yourself We will be glad to show you PHONE 179 ton Howard Llder Sanders as follows 11 a mO PmaChristmas yourfriends er iti t gaini dyer 71 r + The Winter Solstice Wednesday was the shortest day in year The sun in its apparent journey South reached the tropic of Capricorn the extreme Southern limit HOUSE Of QUALITY Try The House of Quality for Christmas in jewelry 9tf SHIRE P1THIAN Slumber Chairs Do you know that lazy hURband of yours would like to have one of those street slumber chairs Christmas J T Hinton sells them Slippers for Gifts from make elegant Christmas pres ents 16 2t GEO McWILLIAMS Rockefeller Contributes Ten Million It has been announced that John D Rockefeller has made his final gift to Chicago University with a contribu tion of ten million dollars to be paid in ten annual installments beginning January 1 This sum makes a total of approximately thirtyfive million dol says he believes the school should be supported and enlarged by the gifts of many rather than a single donor His representatives on the board of trus tees have resigned Comforts Go to J T Hintons for your com forts Biggest line and lowest prices None Finer or Better For a nice box of candy see T LENIHAN I r I journeythe cozyhouse givento Your Christmas Money Goes Fartherest at The ROBNEEL A Few Suggestions Dressed Turkeys Chickens and Ducks Country Ham Fresh Pork Fish and Oysters Celery Cranberries Lettuce Parsley Dried Figs Peaches Apricots Prunes Apples Grape Fruit Oranges Lemons Bananas Apples Malaga and Catawba Grapes Candy and Nuts Bulk Mince Meat and Plum Pudding Sole Agent for Stones Cakes and Pies The Grocery Store of Quality T C LENIHAN Prop 7itI4 iIt0 J 1 m l- L tj i t1 3 J if W i it t w 1 0LLLI1L L 11 e e e 333 33333 0lii tl I i 1 r Exercises at Public School An interesting program appropriate to the season will be rendered at the Public School auditorium this morning beginning at 1015 oclock The patrons and the public are cordially in vited to be presentPROGRAM Music High School Orchestra the High SchoolDevotional Exercises Elder Carey E MorganPiano Rustle of Spring Sunding John Price Christmas Pupils of IB Grads Song Santa is First Grade Recitation Elizabeth Wheeler Grade IIA Recitation Christmas Gleanings Seven pupils of Grade IIA Song Christmas Pupils of Sec ond Grade How We Celebrate Christmas Four Girls of Grade IIB A visit from Mr and Mrs Santa December Pupils of Third GradA Recitation If I were Claus Gray Elrod Fifth Grade Time Has Come Pupils of Sixth and Seventh Grades and High School Note to Friedman Sixth Grade Recitation A Christmas Camp on the San Gabrel Maragret Douglas Eighth Grade SongT Christmas Story Jerome Chapman Eighth Trade Original Essay A Sane Celebration of Buchanan SeniorsThis program animated by the Christmas spirit will be worth Let the people encourage the chrildren by being present Holly Decorations We have a nice lot of loose holly and beautiful holly wreaths for Christmas decorations Phone us your order 20 2t LOGAN HOWARD A Nice Christmas Dinner Dressed turkeys dressed chickens and dressed ducks oysters celery everything to make a nice Christmas dinner T LENIHAN Dressed Dolls Fine dolls toys and novelties for Christmas v 134t MISS JESSIE BROWN Four Men Acquitted Not guilty was the verdict returned Wednesday by the jury in the socalled night riders trial in which Roy Mer rick Spunk Creekmur Frank Murphy and Vilas Mitchell were charged with the murder of Axiem Cooper last summer on trial at Eddy villeThe jury was the case Tues day and reported Wednesday morning that it could not agree It was return ed to the jury room and shortly reap geared with a verdict acquitting the accused Turkeys Ducks and Chickens Get your order in early for turkeys ducks and chickens 20 2t C P COOK CD OPEN AT NIGHT My store will be open at night until after the holidays J T HINTON I ChorusHoly Nightby RiddleSix ClausThird Grade- S ng I anta SongChristmas RecitationA SantaEvelyn ChristmasMargaret hearing f j Claus Coming Special Prices on Suits and Overcoats for Men and Boys Are Useful Xmas Presents olt fe IIIr Ii MOJ f2 l i J Y jv f f9t W N1 t If I Iij I IIi m I xk Silk Neckwear 25c SQC and 1 75c 1 Silk Suspenders in nice boxes 75c 1 150 Silk Sox SQC and 1 all colors Combination set of Tie and Sox to match 50c 75c and 1 Combination set of Suspenders Arm Bands and Garters 50c Linen Handkerchiefs 5c 10c 15c 2ac and 60c White Initial Handkerchiefs 6 in a box for 50c White Initial Handkerchiefs 6 in a box 150 o f l I Silk Handkerchiefs plain or initial 25c 50 iQ I Gloves of all Moca Silk Lined Furs Work Golf for Men and Boys 25c to 500 Fur 1 250 3 and 4 Fur Gaps at 50c and 1 Men and Boys Hats from 1 to 5 Umbrellas 1 150 2 250 and 3 Boys and Girls Umbrellas 50c arid 75c Underwear of all kinds Shirts special patterns 50c 1 and 150 Mufflers of all kinds Suit Cases from 125 to 750 kindsKid Caps et I p wm Come Early and Get Your Pick Will Lay Them Aside PRICE CO Clothiers m It lt I J 1S m II Bill 1 1Jii iI f 2 z tJ Ifi 1iti Ji n J- I r it SUS- c L4 i T sKt y wi n 4 r n WHAT SHALL I GIVE HIM I FOR CHRISTMAS Is rather a perplexing question with you we I can make the selection an easy task for you Man or boy will appreciate any of the following I I1IIf I c I I nowbut I 1Ij n Mems Overcoats Mens Suits Silk Neckwear Handkerchiefs Fur Gloves Shirts Sweaters Silk Hose I t UnderwearNegligee 0l Boys Overcoats Boys Suits Umbrellas Traveling Silk Suspenders Mufflers r ShoesSmoking Jackets Bath Robes I ISets C f Manish Kid Gloves and Silk Stockings for Ladies W Our Holiday stock is now its very best Jawaiting for to come in I the articles you desire to give as Christmas gifts Prices Extremely Reasonable You will agree with us that they are when you see what beautiful wearing apparel you can get for Men and Boys Mitchell Blakemore Paris Kentucky OutfitterstoMen WE a you iands lect 1 Il KNOW r Sc s I FRANK CO The Ladiest Store os VWfer Our Stor Santa Claus Jffe Christmas for jll J Com In and take a Look Big Reductions on AU Readyto Wear Garments tor Ladies Misses and Children Suits for Ladies and Misses j Ladies Cloaks of All Kinds Special Prices on AU Separate Skirts Niiiiniimiiuiiiiri imimiiiminiiiimtnm I 11 and os 18 i b d rr Ii JS ttuarLiJt II Silts II 11 I tIIi iZ II 1 j i 5I I Muffs Scarf 1rrI ig Which Can Make I I a Pleasing SeleCtion 1 FRANK COII 11 t8 t J q J I v i X t IL y Isy Stock From S Lflhlctrens Loats- z Furs and You Y IIII1IIILI1111111II111lfllfllilN11i11111111111111IlPIl111M UIINPNII 111MU4117 0 t 44 = = = = = = = = BOURBON DEC 23 1910 r n q J 4j 4 THE PARIS 1 l- k i- it r r KENTUCKY 71NEWS 64 There may be those who think they have a peculiar foot demanding a The illusion is banished to the Tfettleion which is so constructed and in such of sizes that any foot can be fitted Oeo M cVVillams The Shoe Man Take a Tumble r WinsNo 1 1 4 cSlze variation I I I J j- It marpnichols1 r custommode shoe I + + To the fact that cheapness alone is not economy You can pay too little as well as too much for gasoline engines You dont do either here We handle only merchandise of quality and sell it at prices which comparison will show are as low as such machinery ca i be bought for any and lower than most other places charge for the same grade reliable YERKES KENNEY For Your Christmas j Paris Kentucky I dinner you find lots of good things on our shelves to make merry with for the holiday sea son We will have highgrade mince meat for your pies the finest quality plum pudding just like homemade new Leg horn citron fancy dates cocoa nut macaroons coffee highest grade table butter Queen olives and everything in staple goods BALDWIN BROS Two Big Sto es Corner Seventh and Main and South Main LOCKSTHE That do not a prison make are no the kind we keep Ou locks bolts etc are toe kind that stay locked and bolted They are not toys but are adequate for the protection they are intended assume Come and get the real kind Our prices are moderate strongand tY o XOWRY TALBOTT Paris I Bourbon Laundry DAVIS FUNK Telephone No 4 Office Opp Kentuckv L7 ji Props Postoffice 333333333333E- I H u i + A P rticular Service Particular People are pleased with laundry course thorough painstaking work us to get your laundry out the quality is guaranteed Give us a order Youll not regretit Form workthe Iwe it and its IiiI I Bourbon Laundry Paris Kentucky IIc iE Ee EEEEE eEE M at f I I P Iv vw THE BOUEBON NEWS BOTH PHONES 124 NO 320 MAIN STREET SWIFT CHAMP EDITOR AND OWNER Entered at the Paris Kentucky Poatoffice as Secondclass Mail Matter Established in J88J Years of Continuous Publication Display advertisements 100 inch for first time 50 cents per inch each subsequent insertion reading notices 10 cents per line each issue reading notices in black type 20 cents per line each issue cards of thanks calls on candidates and similar matter 10 cents per line Special rates for big advertisements PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ONE YEAR 200 SIX MONTHS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE I I i I r g 100 Jesse James Kentucky Double There is hardly a school boy in Ken tucky who is not familiar with the his tory of the exploits of the James brothers who for terrorized various sections of the United States by robbing mail trains banks and citi zens Associated with them were the Younger Bob and Jim were finally convicted and given long terms in the peniten tiary at Stillwater Minnesota But that Jesse James had a double who lives moves and has his being in Allen county and whose resemblance to the Missouri bandit was so striking that he was once convicted and sen tenced to a prison term for a crime committed by him is not so well known but it is true nevertheless The recent publication regarding the effort to be made to induce the Feder al Government to make of the Mam moth Cave a National Park recalled the story to an old timer who recited it in the following language The James boys were often in Logan county after the close of the Civil War and had a rendezvous on Red river near the town of Adairville Travel to Mammoth Cave was then en tirely overland fr6m Cave City and so heavy was the traffic and constant the viistors that Mr McCoy proprietor of the Mammoth Cave stage made an im mense fortune out of the traffic One of his most trusted helpers and lieutenants was P W Oepp who for the past dozen years has been chief Mr Depp turned over to his chief 1600 as the result of one days travel to and from the cave Some years ago Mr Depp completed a perfect fac simile of the old stage coach which figures in the famous robbery It was a miniature coach and was placed on The bandits evidently learned of planned a raid On the morning of the robbery the stage 1 ft Cave City with only four Judge Roundt ee and and the other a citizen of Alabama Considerable booty was taken from the victims among other valuables a gold watch belonging to Judge Koundtree nd a diamond ring oeionging to his made good their es cape and for several days no arrests arrested a man whcse name was Thomas Hunt and whose birthplace has been credited to county un a charge of being implicated in the robbery Hunt was carried to Gibs gow as the robbery was committed before the stage crossed the Barren county line and lodged in jail Con siderable trouble was experienced in getting the victims of the robbers to Glasgow to testify as the Kentucky law at that time made provision for the payment of mileage for witnesses from a distance The two Southerners had already lost heavily by the robbery and declin ed to return to Kentucky at their own expense to against the accused The Kentucky Legislature assembled while Hunt was in jail awaiting trial and the law on the statute books allowing mileage to witnesses is traceable to the roboery of the Mammoth Cave stage At last all four of the witnesses appeared in court and Hunt was placed on trial Three ofthe witnesses positively identified the prisoner as the man who acted as pokesman for the robbers but Judge Koundtree was not so positive He said If the prisoner is the man who acted as spokesman fr the bandits then my faith in my own recollection is very much shaken though he strongly resembles the man Hunt refused absolutely fo make any move to clear himself of the charge beyond denying any knowledge of the robbery Ihe case was given to the jury and a was soon reached giving Hunt a term in the Frankfort peniten nary Before he was transferred nowtver Bob Ford shot and killed Jesse James in Kansas Mo and in the vest pocket of the dead bandit was fojnd tne watch which was taken from Judge Rqundtree on tne morning of the robbery A picture nf Jesse James was printed in the Courier Journal and the Mt Sterling jurist who never believed guilty went to the capitol where Governor Preston H Leslie issued a pardon for him The resemblance of the men Hunt and James was so striking and perfect that a photorgaph of each when close ly compared would readily be taken for two pictures of the same man A more striking illustration of mistaken identity was perhaps never chronicled in a court justice and only for the treachery of Bob Ford Hunt would have worn the garb of a convict for a crime with which he had no Ky Re publican Paupers in England Wales There are ov 291000 paii in England and brothersCole Youngerwho StLouisI robbing paS EngetsI daughter of Mt Ky and i two Southernersone from Tennessee daughterThe celebrated imp on t connectionHartford nd r il s j 1 1 L C year penitentiary now directly verdi City indoor hers YYht1 4ttT- M I e s + j I Is There a Santa Claus i I Once a little girl wrote this letter to the Editor of the New York Sun Dear Editor I am eight years old Some of my friends says that there is no Santa Claus Papa says If you see it in the Sun its so Please tell me the truth Is there a Santa Claus Virginia 0 Hanlon Virginia Your little friends are wrong They have been affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age They will not believe unless they see Yes Virginia there is a Santa Claus He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exists and you know that they abound and give to your lite its highest beauty and joy Alas how dreary would be the world if there were no Santa Claup It would be as dreary as if there were no Virginias There would be no childlike faith then no poetry no romanceto make tolerable this exist ence We should have no enjoyment except in and sight The eter nal light with which childhood fills the to hire men to watch all the chimneys on Christmas eve to catch Santa Claus but even they did not see Santa Claus coming down what would that prove Nobody sees K Santa Claus The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men ever see Nobody can conceive or im magine all the wonders that are un seen or unseeable in this world You may tear apart the babys rattle and see what makes the noise inside but there is a veil covering the unseen world which not the strongest that ever lived could ever tear apart Only faith love and romance can push aside that curtain and view the picture the supernal beauty and glory beyond Is it all real Ah Virginia in all this world there is nothing so real and abidi g No Santa Claus Thank God he and he lives forever A thousand years from now Virginia nay times ten thousand sears now he will continue to make glad the heart of childhood Danish Proverb He bears misery best who it most Wanted His Percentage Captain Kidd Whats the trouble Cant you make the prisoner walk the plank No cap he absolutely refuses to be a part of the spectacle unless we guarantee him a percentage of the re I ceiptsrPuck Free Sample Aids OU Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of years causes the human system to undergo many changes chief of which is in the di gestive organs It becomes harder and harder to get thebowels to move and regularlyand in consequence many elderly men siltfer not only from the eating and similar annoyances It is firstnecessary to keep the bowels naturally A violent cathartic oris not only unnecessary but harm ful and will do the workjust as well have got through experimentIng with salts and and waters ofvarious kinds and have convinced then try Dr Syrup tonic that is especially to therequirements people anybody druggist who sell you a bottle for fifty centsor one dollar but If want to make bottle free of This remedy is ra family name and address on a postal card building Monticello III i I I souse extinguishedI if tel headachebelching of all and to tone digestive muscles so as to get them to do their work I I I After that they do only temporary good at best mUd gentle laxative andchildren and yet is enough forour It succeSSfully a quarter ot a cen n test of it before spending any move I displaCing all I other of medication cure anlike Mr 0 F Wishers fmore and Mrs Carrie Cutlers of325 N Notre Dame street BendInd are now never withouthouse They have it know 111grand value to ot the I Dr Caldwell personally will be pleased I to gIVe yoU zany desire tothe stomach liver or free Of charge Explain ahe to yoU detail I For the free ootherwise For either the dectorB Ri CaJd J J I fancy poetry l liver iron hides Lieutenant nioving picture f you you Caldwellof stomach andd bowel ofIll it th tested every member for or family pertaining your case inletter reply in you 1 address is A a Y r Strong Heatifo Women If a woman is strong and healthy in womanly way means to her but little suffering The trouble lies in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted for motherhood This can be remedied Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Cures the weaknesses and disorders It acts directly on the delicate and important organs concerned in motherhood making them healthy strong vigorous virile and elastic a motherhood ofwomen Favorite Prescription banishes the indispositions of the period and makes babys advent easy and almost painless It quickens and vitalizes the feminine organs and insures a and robust baby Thousands of Haya testified to its marvelous merits It Makes Weak Women Strong It Makes Sick Women Well Honest druggists do not offer substitutes and urge them upon you as just as good Accept no secret nostrum in place of this nonsecret Tltr contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habitforming or injurious drugs Is a pure glyceric extract of healing native American roots 4 ofexpectancy rill it women tr W t Y a foxRIDGE AH the talking we can do in of FOX RIDGE will not convince you superior quality half so rapidly as a sample load v PARIS KY 1 AM IN THE MARKET FOR CHRISTMAS ir y wvvvy Highest Price r are ijk Chas S Brent Bro Both Phones 14 PARIS KENTUCKY Jas W Arkle AgentFor Indian Refining Company i1 Use Royal Gasoline in your automobiles Grass Oil in your lamps Use 1111 Dixie Gem Coal vyaw cook stove and your grates 1 ARKLE 3a v tPHONES Office 178 Residence 257 East Tenn M Importer and Manufacturer of FINE FURS I Furs For Holiday Gifts f i Opportunity is knocking at the door of every prospective buyer of can afford to miss I r lowenthals Holiday Safe of Pine Furs fWe offer a line of Furs A great variety of small articles valued at 250 and upward and a display of at all prices to 200 article is in all fashionable Furs and thewhole collection is rich in such things as give lasting pleasure andp satisfaction to those who own wear v jifc Repairing and remodeling at reasonable prices t fe- M LOWENTHAL Furrier Lexington Kentucky Fayette Phone J87YJ Im favor I I IWc DODSON I 1 L u f if fat I Jj t i j f t iI Bu e I I j 1 t 4 j East Tenn F 4 II LOW TI1AL 1 I 1 1 J i t f Jl I It T 1 t t- F TURKIYS Paid those that P l A a II S afi Iii 1111illIa s 9- J THE BOURBON PARIS t 10 Q I i MEWS L 1 q r KENTUCKY DEC 23 1914 jswmnnm Job Printing WORK DONE Good Work Done Cheap Cheap Work Done Good 8 r1 fZ rcrWHEN PROMISED r r it TREJ9B OF THE NEWS Are prepaired to do the best of Printing on short notice such as BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS CARDS ATALOG POSTERS and n fact everything that is printed Orders for Engraving such as Wedding An nouncements Invitations c c Let us figure with you on on your next work Our facilities are the best having just installed one of the latest im proved Chandler Price Job around and see it work Our isrv new and modern the Bourbon 104 Issues a Year forYi V 200 Advertising rates reasonable and made known on application IF BOURBON r I r J I e r rI J f r J 1 tJ i F rI v r t UI l1li r tr Pressescome f oft J 0 2 aGe f T i f flews i V 1 r ai j j j R g R OffS z r type t S h 4 EI 14L- s = = + He Offers a Seat to a Lady In an Ele vated Car Unexpected This said Mr Goslington I confess is rather puzzling to me but inclined to think that I get left in it The elevated car In which I rode home late yesterday afternoon was as usual at that hour crowded and so as usual I hung on by a strap But a few Stations along the man in front of whom I had been standing got up and went out leaving a va cant seat which of course I might have taken but which I did not take for a step or two further back in the car there was standing holding on by a strap a young woman talking with a young man who was standing near her holding on by the next strapWhat I did was to indicate to this young woman that here was a seat for her at which she turned and stepped across the car as I supposed to occupy the seat that I had thus left for her But just what she did was this Sitting down on one side of this seat she edged along a little further on that side thus making her next neighbor there a woman move along a little and thus providing half the seat vacant and now she invited the young man with whom she had been talking to sit down beside her which he did all this leaving me to stand there completely ignored in front of themSitting down as she did she dis commoded the person the woman sitting next to her and crowding in to sit beside her as he had to do the young man with her the person sitting next to him Thus this lady would appear to have proceeded when opportunity came with entire disregard of every body but herself seeking with ut ter selfishness solely her own com fort and pleasure or so we might have thought if it were possible to think ill of any woman which I do not but while the situation was a little puzzling it certainly did seem as if she had sort of made a gump of me dont you York Sun The Aztec Calendar The Aztecs of Mexico had a of their own and one copy is en graved in stone and now preserved in the National Museum of Mexico Fiftytwo years constituted a cycle with the Aztecs Each year had 365 days There were 18 months of 20 days each and five additional days that were considered very unlucky and were devoted to human sacrifice The month was divided into four weeks of five days each The days were such names as Rain Mon key and Small Bird and each day of the month had a name Whole phrases were used for the names of some months Much Power from Niagara Power generated at Niagara Falls is to be distributed all over Canada Bids have been asked on 10000 tons of structural steel for the Cana dian government The steel is to be used for towers which will support the cables used in transporting the current Already power generated at Niagara is being sent to a distance of more than 12 miles and it is the intention of the Canadian govern ment to increase this distance says the Scientific American Towns in every direction about Niagara will be supplied Womans Suspicious Reticence Are women beginning to talk less in the hope of thus better pleasing men If so while commending the motive we would unhesitatingly question the method The mere music of their voices as contrasted with the raucous male note easily counterbalances any possible disparity in the Ideas expressed Upon all grounds we cry out for loosening of the delicate tongues now so strange ly and so suspiciously stilled Even to China Land The equalrights wave has reached the shores of China and it is that a number of wives in Canton have left their husbands saying that they will no longer be subject to them The wives have had the worst of however as the law gives power to imprison them and they have had to suffer the consequences of their rash resolves Work of Zambesi Missions- A pamphlet recently issued by Andrew Murray gives a brief survey of missions south of the Zambesi There are 31 different missionary organizations at work ministering to over 10000000 people The stu dent volunteer movement in South Africa has put 84 young missionaries in the field Thoughtful Bride She was quite demure and he looked all right They were on their honeymoon and the train had just emerged from a long tunnel Sitting up and arranging her front hair she exclaimedOh tell me Is my mouth on straight Danger in New York Roads There is an average vof seven car collisions a day on the steam sub way elevated and railways of New York V vi1 J In the progress of each mans character Tie will the Jesson of life who is skillful in the ethics of friendship Emerson III GO INGTOMS juR lam heir thinkNew calendar 1896 r Ethic eS e lned iit i f 7i J I k I Outcome discommoded reported it-s since r r surface of Fritridslrip 4 4- ra M tl I4 M RECORD JOHP 8T HSIOTOH Alleged Origin of Thackerays Story of the 22 Foot Leap Three college athletes have had an ideal shattered by reading a para graph in a speech that Sir G Trevel yan made in London before the Circle at a recent dinner These men in addition to being ath letes are devoted to Thackeray and The Virginians There is a reference in that book to the prowess of George as an athlete particularly as a broad jumper This is to the effect that Washington was able to jump 22 feet which considering that it was away back in the eighteenth cen tury some leap Although the best American record now is 24 feet 7 inches it has not been standing so long and in the early days of American athletics 22 feet re markable performance in the broad jumpThese three used to pride them selves on knowing about that per formance credited to Washington and they pointed out how in 1876 and for three years following the American championship was won by leaps of less than 20 feet and that from 1880 to 1885 inclusive the champion did not do 22 feet al though close to it on several occa sionsSo they used always to tell folks who asked about great broad jump ers that Washington held the Ameri can record from 1752 to 1885 What shattered all this was the following from the Trevelyan speech- I was present at a dinner where Thackeray discoursed to a delightful audience of young people about The Virginians which he was then writ ing and which seemed to fill his mind to the exclusion of everything else Among other matters he asked us all around the table what was the widest jump any of us had ever known and when we agreed upon twentyone feet he said Then I must make George Washington jump one foot more A Little Devil in the Heart An insane devil lurks in the heart of even the most sainted woman it is the little devil that makes a young wife ask her devoted husband which of the two he would save if she and her mother were drowning writes William J Locke in his story Simple Septimus in the American Magazine It is the same little devil that is respoisible for infinite men dacity on the part of men Have you said that to another No of course he hadnt and the wretch is instantly perjured My immortal soul says the good fellow instantaneously converted into an atrocious liar and the little devil cooes with satisfaction and curls himself up snugly to sleep Uses of Irish Peat Consul Henry S Culver of Cork writes that the peat beds of Ireland may yet become a valuable asset in the countrys Industrial development other than for fuel if as is now claimed upon the authority of an Austrian experimenter the fibres of the remains of the reeds and grasses of which peat is composed be utilized not only for papermaking and carpets but for weaving the fin est fabrIcs as well The claim is put forth that the fibre is elastic and dur able and being a nonconductor of heat the cloth manufactured from it is as tough as linen and as warm as woolen liidiuGestion Here is a story the bishop of Lon told John Morley the other day says the Philadelphia Inquirer They were holding an exam in an East end school and the teacher was the chief products of the Indian empire One child recited a list of cosmestlbles Please miss India produces curries and pepper and citron and chillies and chutney and and Yes yes and what comes after that Please miss I dont remember Yes but think What is India so famous for Please m Indiagestion Hens Hatch Fish Chinamen have a way of tricking liens so that they assist In the hatching of fish FiSh eggs are care fully placed in an egg shell which Is then sealed and put under an unsus pecting hen In a few days the spawn Is warmed into life and the contents of the shell are then cast Into a shallow pool where the completes the work J 5 Demand for Artificial Flowers Makers of artificial flowers in New York city are receiving an unusual number or orders from all parts of the country for the fall and winter trade Most of the supply for the nation comes from New York where more money is spent for the manu facture of imitation flowers than in any city in the world Picking Out a Job Work observed the reflective is all right if you get to suit your indivi dual needs I for instance wouldnt object to calling out the stations on an Atlantic liner Spread Happiness Is not the first duty of those who are happy to tell of their gladness to others All men can learn to be happy and the teaching of it is easy Italian Proverb Little dogs start tile hare out great catch it J r r Publishers wasa I roman r I don explaining I I deadbeatwork the sort f i i ft Ki r Washington was ISt cart r sunshine t other can ones JIrw j y a KlMhC1f ti he iFbtiaer the the Spelling It never occurred to me that there could he two ways of the word hunk said the scholarly appearing person who was studying the sporting section of the newspaper But I happened to a Memphis newspaper the other day and as a head to a speech made by Commissioner in Tokio recently I read Loomis Hands Out the Bunc Now without endeaving to go Into the merits of the case so put I want to say only that the headline meant that Mr Loomis was accused of softsoaping the Japanese he ad dressed The only other authority for the spelling of the word comes from the sporting cartoonists whose work study carefully They are unanimous in spelling it bunk appears to me that the South ern version is based on a belief that the word is a diminutive of bun combe The Northern spelling may be due to the belief that a person who may be bunked is a person of sleepy or dopy nature who might as well be lying in a bunk wrapped in slumber Therefore when a per son is bunked he is rendered sleepy That is merely conjecture The lust of the Earth Expecting a visit from the super intendent of an adjacent Sunday school one Sunday afternoon one enterprisng teacher anticipating the line of questions which would be asked of the scholars selected a boy from her class to answer each ques Lion As she had figured it out the visitor would first ask the pupils the question Who made you and the pupil was of course to answer God The next question was to be Of what to which the answer was to be Of the dust of the earth Unfortunately between the time Sun day school was called to order and the visiting superintendent had tak en the floor the first pupil was tak en sick and obliged to go home The teacher did not have the opportunity to readjust her force and when the first question was asked the second boy thought it a good opportunity for him to get his answer and get It off his mind so to the question Who made you he answered Of the dust of the earth Oh no said the visitor God made you No sir He did not said the youngster The little boy that God made has gone home sick and I am the dust of the Famous Epicures In the ceiling of the dining room in Neros golden house on the Palatine hill were compartments in laid with ivory which revolved showering perfumes and flowers on the guests Flowers were presented to the guests by slaves They were crowned with wreaths Usually after one course the tables were removed and others placed before the guests Throughout the meal drinking con tinued until the banqueters fell un der the table stupefied In those days men lived to eat Great gen erals spent fortunes accumumulated in years of warfare In gratifying their appetites Lucullus on one din ner with Cicero and Pompey spent 50000 drachmas or 7000 Plthy lus who was famed for the delicacy ind originality of his dinners wrap ped his tongue in linen when not using it That he might better ap preciate flavors of the viands he had it cleaned with fish skin before Time to the Hundredth of a Second Of the many new devices that modern inventions has recently given to the world perhaps there is no more ingenious contrivance than the electrical chronometer the product of a Parisian brain by means of which an automobile race can be timed even to the onehundredth of a second One of these instruments is placed at the startingpoint of the race and another at the finish the two being connected by a charged wire When the start has been a current of electricity is immediately setthrough the line which deflects a needle making a dot upon a paper on a revolving drum At the finish another dot is made upon the paper the exact time may then be discov ered by means of the scale which connects these markings Memory of Animals The elephants memory is pro verbial said F Martin Duncan F Z S at the New Gallery Photo graphic Exhibition but that of oth er beasts of the jungle is hardly less noteworthyTigers captivity always remem ber a kindness and recognize a friend even after the lapse of mouths Lions which have been in a zoological gar den for years have also been knowu to show signs of abject fear when visited by native hunters from the country where they had their early home London Daily Mail Surely the Limit A friend was once talking with a crazy woman when a stingy nian passed by Do you see that man said she with cunning smile You could blow his soul through a hum mingbirds bill into a mosquitos eye and the mosquito wouldnt wink Vices find Virtues Dp not consider any vice as trivial and therefore practice it do not consider any virtue as unimportant and therefore neglect it kil UiIi U c No hern Loomis I earthJudge dining mad f J S i 1 f 4 JT fiJ BUNK the tatter Heather zany spelling pickup SIt I Sonar r rk a H I Tla NY Thbkghtfiilt of Clerk An amusing incident occur a hotel a few nights It that a farmer from Jersey who was unusually ignorant of city ways went to the hotel with fcU son The father retired early out the son went out to see the toWn At 123o oclock the farmer went down stairs and inquired of the night clerk if the boy had retired yet was told that he had not Th father went back to his room Alb hour later he again appeared the clerk and said v Haint Jack in yet Again he was informed that lad was out The old man made several subsequent trips and still his boy was among the missing at 330 oclock the farmer trudged wearily down the stairs and asked again if his boy had returned No hes not in yet replied thet night clerk Waal I guess he wont come in then Guess you neednt wait up any longer d j er1 J r J ii Ha th Finally fEMI d appears South k before i UNKIND Mr Ruyters Kramp a poet When B write far Into the night I find great in getting to Miss Cutting HIntz Why dont yois get up and read what youve written Not That Kind of a Man At a banquet of the Farmers Union at Shawnee Okla a satirical speech bv Irwin S Mason of Salisaw stock farm was well Enough then so Mr Masons ended enough of this lying talk of the farmers meanness and ness and talk makes the farmer out to be the kind of a man whod complain if his wife eloped in the spring with the hired man that he wouldnt have cared much if she had only eloped in the fall instead so that hed have spared the expense of wintering her i The Xew Primer See the young with happy look He presented a pretyty girl with a pound box of candy and now he isIT How long will lie be 11 with the pretty girl another young man plong and presents tier with a uound hex ViX The Price bill of There are several items in it that I dont understand at alL Lawyer I am perfectly willing to explain it but the explanation will cost you 100x After being taken in to see nis baby sister Henry aged four very noncommittal A little laterhis mother sent for him and said Henry what do you think new baby Why mother he replied very seriously shes all brown wrinkled Ill bet you got stuck witlte an old one Pendleton What are the great est wishes of a medical What are they 2 Pendleton To put Dn before hiss mvn name and Dr after the of other people In the game of life abservecS the literary editor it is always I wish you wouldnt call life agame interrupted information editor Why not Because it introduces rife of chance In the great oC creation I wish you wouldnt speak oft creation as a scheme irritably the literary editors introduces the idea that creation isa frameup i Some men are so queer r And are going to tell me oe one particularly queer one Yes Its Mr Barberton Tins wife used to beg him for nickles dimes and naw hes cheerfully Say dad why did mother Browning club She isnt mteifesteiE in peotry is she Nope but the club meets on Fri days and she hasnt anything do on Fridays But will your father give cow sent worry about that Fatheriisr going tbtvaste time opposing 1 summer engagenientj Is this pictiircrlike your ther V Tilly Of course not sill It ik liKe father when he has his pi ur taken Puck t ill T MV a V tiiif V f I I the I hard narrownessthiS that bee I I I Until I ClientThis exorbitant f 1 four KeferGive itup s the L arid Jay f hi or lon f i iiVi 1 jIi t g Tjt J 4 h difficulty sleepS received son man the comes two yom s rs new was ant two student f name j ides scheme interposed That t you alimonyjour the else todT S not r filly fIr NPyt yiu fit t = ii iiiMniMff iiii1Wi iiiir THE BOURBON NEWS PARIS CKY DEC 23 1910 faty r- tt l TELEPHONE H J Baker For Cakes Let us supply your Christ mas necessities in the way of nice fresh cakes We bake daily Phone us your order for black white and yellow fruit cakes made of strictly highgrade materi als 20 25 and 30 cents per pound H J GROSHE Cor 8th and High Sts I e e- I II I I I 1 Ii I I Li r ra- F t t L r + Message Bound on Gooses Neck Fred Walton a hunter of Granite City Mo killed a wild goose recently and message telling of boundless wealth sickness and privation of abandoned hope was found bound to its neck The message lead July 8 1910 120 miles due north of White Horse Rapids on Pine Creek I have been sick since June 15 and I feel certain I am going to tile My right arm is broken above the elbow due to falling from the side of the mountainI hardly walk and although there is flour in my cabin I have no way of cooking it as my condition is such that I cannot do the work Back of my cabin two hundred yards up the gulch where I have deg there is a body of almost solid gold It will never do me any good Winter will be here in a few weeks and if I am not found then I will die from freezing There is absolutely no hope for me George Powers Just the Thing at Lenihans Before buying your lady friend a box of candy see Lenihans line A Suitable Gift The and Conklin fountain pens Just the thing for Christmas presents 6 6t CLARKE CO Carriages at Cost Two glass front wagons for sale a actual cost for cash 15 tf ERKES KENNEY I I bestParker I before l Dont You Miss The Star Clothing Douse Big Bargains are Offered During Christmas Trade in Clothing Shoes Trunks Valises A 25 Busy Bee Graphophone For Sale Cheap for Cash J ELVOVE6- 0S Main Street Paris Kentucky Christmas Goodies See Our Stock Before Buying Candies Nuts Dates Raisins Oranges Bananas Grapes Apples Best Quality Prices SHEA C0 Phone your orders Both Phones 423 BARGAINS The inclement weather has forced us to offer Cut Glass China and Brass Goods atTgreatly re duced prices Come and get the benefit I FORD CO Paris Ky rW r O t eIIIIIIII IIIII e i I I I I I J Lowest I I g W t L t t f i i t R a t t BAR 1 4 fti1 g i IiI a ji a j a wi itI i i t Figs Etc i a 1 i- r rkr rtr rltr riz r rttr r r rlsey a Hand Painted 4 a 4 4 4- ti K Sy 4 t i IIQS i f s 1 V t Kr + + + + + + + + + ++ + ++ ++ ++++++ 1911 Crops Burley tobicco growers of Ken West Virginia Ohio Indiana and Missouri in conference at adopted an agreement to pool their 1911 crops Mass conventions will be called in each of the states for Decem ber 30 to elect delegates to a general meeting on January 5 when officers will be elected and a general effected More than one hundred thousand growers producing in of three hundred million pounds of tobacco an nually are affected by the new orga nization its promoters assert inas much as the agreement adopted pro vides that no tobacco shall be raised in 1912One of the provisions of the new organization will limit the salary of any officer to 5000 a year Delegates to the meeting tdeclared that one of the potent reasons for the collapse Joj the Burley Tobacco Society which failed to engineer a pool of the 1910 crop was the salary of 25000 paid to its president Clarence LeBus Fruits Candies and Nuts We have the finest fruit and more of it than anyone in Paris Our raisins and nuts are the best 2t C P COOK CO Fancy Baskets Fancy baskets filled with fancy fresh fruit 20 2t BAIRD TAYLOR Xmas Candies If you want a nice fresh box of candy get Nunnellys at VARDEN The Finest Fruits If you are looking for fancy apples oranges and bananas you will find them at 17 2t BAIRD TAYLORS Negro Charged With Triple Mur der Three charred bodies found in the ruins of the burned home of J L neat Hester N C of a girls hair discovered in a clot of blood in the yard led to the arrest of Nathan Montague a young negro on charge of criminal assault murder and arson The negro was rushed to Durham for safekeeping and will be transferred to the state penitentiary following an inquest Sam Clay j Sam Clay whiskey at two dollars per gallon- L SALOSHIN Cor 7th and Main rear of Baldwin Bros Gtocery 28 oct to jan 1 Box Candies Leave your order now for that If VARDEN Gents Presents Pipes card cases and wallets for Christmas presents at Clarke Cos 66tj Carpedien Society of State j The Carpeuien Literary Society of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond gave a banquet Saturday evening December 17 to its members and friends The English Room was used and was beautifully decorated with blue and white A brief but interesting program was rendered by the Society after menu were served The banquet was a pronounced success and an event remembered by the members as well as the numerous friends of the Society All students from this county anticipating entering the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School are cordially invited to become members fo the Carpedien Litreiry Society Ask for the blue and white Insure with W O Hinton Prompt paying non union i companies tf Ask for Old John Poindex ter Whisky None better 4t I A Nice Present See those uptodate work tables at J T Hintons Any woman that ever get one something new i Holiday Fares via Queen 4 Crescent Route Excursion tickets will be sold De cember 15 1617 21 22 23 21 25 31 j 1910 and January 1 1911 Good until January 8 1911 Call on nearest agent for particulars or write H C KING P T A 101 E Main treeat Lexington Ky Turn to Page 5 word of J T Hintons big advertisement He saves you money r 1 20 tf I andstrands I I I I AlwaysfreshSONSI j I I whichrefresh I I I I I a neeule would be tickled to death I I I j t I Readevery Will Pool Lexington organization excess a SONS Sanders ito returning i Eating Further Back The recent drop in the price of pork has enabled many of us to do as the old darky of whom we once heard says I all jobs around the town where he He was especially about springtime when the women wanted their yards cleaned up and flower beds made and frequently ac cepted pay In the shape of a meal or some little gift from the family lard j er After a good many years trial he succeeded in getting a pension to gether with considerable back pay j He immediately changed his method of him word by her husband that she had a few little jobs and if he would come and do them for her she would give him a nice jowl Scorning the offer Henry replied Thank ye boss but you go and tall Miss Same Ise eatin a little furder back on de hog now Choicest Fruits Etc Phone us for choice fruits candies nuts cranberries and oysters- A B LOVELL r I an exchange Henry was man of I I thatjI 41li diUit J t a lived G f 7S f = E T PHONE HOME tadk PJ Now offers for your inspection the largest and most complete up to J date Jewelry stock in Paris We are showing this year the latest J in Sterling Silver Plate and Leather Goods Our goods Jdependable and guaranteed and our prices defy competition We you to call and inspect our stock and prices and be convinced T We Offer Here a List of Gift Suggestions GIFTS fOR LADIES GIFTS FOR MEN GIFTS FOR CHILDREN it N HMy 288 THE HOUSE OF AllfV tare i N N N PHONE i = + + = Belt Pins Bracelets Brooche Pins Card Cases Cuff Buttons Chatelaines Cloth Brushes Cologne Bottles Combs Cuff Pins Hand Bags Hat Pins Jewel Boxes LaVallieres Watches t x x + Lockets Locket Chains Manicure Articles Necklaces Photo Frames Purses Puff BoxesRings ThimblesUmbrellas Vanity Boxes Veil Pins Toilet Sets Writing Sets Fobs Manicure Articles Match Boxes Military Brushes Pocket KnivesPipes Scarf Pins Safety Razors Shaving Sets Shirt Studs Smoking Sets Toilet Goods Umbrellas Vest Chains Watches Watch Fobs We Urge One and All to Buy Early x and avoid the rush Any article purchased now will be said aside 4 until Christmas SHIRE PARIS KENTUCKY i i 1 jJ FITHIAN t 4 s 4 + + + + + + + +++++++ +++ + + ++ Less Danger When Phones are Used Telephones for train dispatching on the Knoxville division of the Louis ville Nashville railroad have now been in service for more than two months and officials say that are even more successful than hoped for says the Knoxville Journal and Trib une v This is the first railroad that has ever displaced the old telegraph sys tern with telephones in Tennessee and probably in the Southeast but already other roads whose officials have seen this divisions lines in service are con templating inaugurating the system 1 The advantage of using telephones in train dispatching are numerous There is said to be much less danger of orders being misunderstood spoken than when sent by code It is also possible for a man to become a dispatcher without having to study for years on the telegraph code and this in itself is becoming a great item for railroad officials to worry about for it is said to be almost impossible for the railways to find as many competent dispatchers as are needed Another advantage is that at small side where no night dispatchers are kept a train crew can forward or messages should there be some thing wrong with their train and the danger of wrecks can in this way be lessened During the past six months a great many improvements other than the telephone dispatching system have been made on the Knoxville division of the Louisville and Nashville rail way and it is now one of the most modern divisions of railroad in the south All switch and signal lights have been changed and colors are now being used for signals which are less liable to be mistaken by train crews A number of new engines have also been placed in service en the division hile numerous other minor improve ments have been made they I I I I stations I receive OPEN AT NIGHT I My store will be open at night until after the holidays HINTON What She Wants If you want to make yourself strong with that girl send her a fancy box of that candy we have on display Lowneys Docher Bros Daggets etc All sizes and all prices JAS E CRAVEN Oranges and Apples Apples 40 cents per 20 cents per dozen special price by money 16 3t MAfcGOLEN Get Our Prices Dont fail to get our prices on oranges by the box forj Christmas we can save you phones 163t SAUER J T I peckoranges I yourChristmas 1 i 3 i t t moneY 6oth t 71t fy Ash Trays Cases Cloth Brushes Hat Brushes Cigarette Cases Cigar Cases Cigar Cutters Collar Buttons Cuff Buttons Desk Articles FlasksFountain Pens Grip Tags Rings Lockets CanesCard Broomsk FULL TO OVERFLOWING Are the housewives in their praise ofPURITY FLOUR They say that it is most cer tainly indispensable when yon want to do superior baking Of course you can use other flour but do you get good results The Paris Milling Co Notice to Stockholders The stockholders of the Agricultural Bank of ParisKy are hereby notified that an election of directors for thee 1911 JNO J McCLINTOCK Cashier J VV DAVIS President I i I officeinI HELP WANTED Gooddairy man with family of wife boy and girl that can do milking Will furnish house Phone or address 93t AYM FARRIS Paris Ky LOST White female setter dog black and white face speckled on body Liberal reward if returned to T F BRANNON 2 tf Paris Kyt Announcement During Dr Petrees absence from her for her Christmas vacation Dr Lula Markham of Lexington Will make visits to Paris and will treat in nesday arid Friday 2027 I offi appointmentthree i t i tiS r v Bracelets KnifeFork Spoon Sets Beauty Pins Brushes Combs Brooch Pins Sets Bib Holders Toilet Arti cles Lockets Locket Chains Necklaces Pencils Pens Pen Sets Rings Napkin Powder Boxes Drinking Bar Pins v Rattlers X ups 1 y t Notice Stockholders There will be a meeting of the stock holders of the First National Bank of Paris on Tuesday January 10 19 in the office of said bank between the hours of 9 a m and 3 p m for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year C M THOMAS President Notice The of Bourbon Bank ParisKy are hereby notified that an election of directors for the year will be held at the office in the batik 19101SB WOODFORD President Notice to Stockholders The stockholders of the of Paris are hereby notified that an election of directors for ensuing year will be held at the office in the bank on Monday January 2 19il C K THOMAS JOS M HALL President DECORATIONS Cut Flowers Holly and Holly Wreaths Evergreens of all Kinds Decorations for Wed dings and Parties Funeral Designs a Specialty Phone us your Order and Shall Have Prompt J Attention Paris fireen Houses John Christman Prop 6Wi ensuing Dfposit HOLIDAY 1 I I 1 1 I I J r 4 i i r Kr Stockholders on Y Banks Cashier ra ls I Y t itt t Y yf F- kY L t j c IllWSj t tP4J lf Y Ir y Ii THE BOURBON PARIS KENTUCKY DEC 3 SEE OUR SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY OF MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY AGIFTTHAT 15 MEMBERS OF THE 7J tU X II tliZ 91b rnicke 1 j 2 SURE TO SUIT ALL FA ILY ELASTICBOOKCASES 4 7 = = Painted Plates Worth 1 Cut Glass Open Nights 1See Those f Hand t t i for25C Big Cut in j j P 97 H r 1 y f + h See Those Reproduced Colonial j Tables At Special Prices I j I811 SIIOtti11G a Most tJ Excrsive Line of j Brass Beds1 t Priced Q Ii Open Nights I I 1f ry4 tl a k tj J fl m71 i m lr QII1 Jt 1r I J i4 o a j n 7 r z X fa I f t l 1 Especially 4T ta a- y 5 1 a Your Husband Son or Brother Wants a Slumber Chair Shaving Set Shaving Stand Chifforobe Costumer Easy Chair Open Nights R55S J Morris Chair I D r 2A ii L T Your Wife Daughter or Sister Wants a Brass Bed Davenport Leather Couch Kitchen Cabinet Dressing Table Work Table Vacum Cleaner Carpet Sweeper Piano Bench Nights r Y i j J Open A Big Reduction For Today and Tomorrow In Any of the Above Articles Come One Come Jill for 1 Jim Offering Big Inducements J T HINTON Open Nights f J JJr f f u 7 S0 7 ffP 1 A f ri1 7 7 1 t i itic4tc c ri Special Today and Tomorrow On Any RUG In the house ALSO Any Desk Cedar Chest Shirtwaist Box Music Cabinet Open Nights i Prices J- I I I I lI a 1 J 7 i f1 s J j a L in J Christmas t Presents is Complete ll1 j Good TIling f O r Have You Seen MyJ Pof 1 JI PICTURES tJ tDelightful Presents r f Cli Qpen gnts J 1 j1 iy 9 or 4 t tit r i Ify t 1 llw kw fit tJ fl r trt f tt I ortJ tfr r II t I i b ii QI t J t ti i1 H 1 ri p J1 tr i 2Ti Conic ToduY for I a- iMY Line Every Ni e T pr w hiR x 3- 1Y r- Y k I i IHJE BOURBON NEWS PARIS KENTUCKY DEC 1910 a- If It rt a z c I i r T 2- r VVp t 23 5c N TIMETABLEIN EFFECT FEB 2 iato AT P IVL L i I 11 59 Trains ArriveNo FROM Atlanta Daily 13i Lexington Ky 7 Maysville Ky Daily Except Sunday 29 Oynthiana Ky Daily Except Sunday v 0 Rowland Ky Daily Except Sunday 40 Lexington Ky Daily Except Sunday v 37 0 v3 Maysville Ky DailyEx2ept Sunday r 12 Lexington Ky Daily 33 0 Daily 26 Lexington Ky Daily Except Sunday 25 Cynthiana Ky Daily Except Sunday i 9 MaysviLle Ky Daily Except Sunday 18S Lexington Ky Daily 38 Tenn Daily 5 Maysville Kv 39 Cincinnati O Daily Except Sunday S Loouisville Frankfort Daily Except Sunday r 30 Lexington Ky Daily 32 Jacksonville Fla Daily V 14 Lexington Ky Daily 31 0 Daily Trains DepartiNo TO 34 Cincinnati 0 Daily 4 MaysviUe Ky Daily Except Sunday 11 Lexington Ky Daily Except Sunday 7 Frankfort Louisville Daily Except Sunday 40 Cincinnati 0 Daily Except Sunday 16 MaysviUe Ky Daily Except Sunday 29 Lexington Ky Daily 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Louisville Daily Sunday 1 Frankfort Ky Daily Except Sunday 3 F ankfort Ky Sunday Trains Arrive o DailyExcept DISSOLUTION NOTICE The firm of Kenney Dudley has been mutually diRsolved Dr W K Dudley will occupy the old offices at 51U Main street and Dr Wm Kenney N will occupy the office rooms at 514 Main street All persons knowing themselves indebted to said firm will please call and settle at once WM KENNEY 116t W K DUDLEY FOR SALE Foos Jr 2horse power gas engine in good condition Reason for selling will install electric motor Cost 125 Will sell for 60 cash Apply to THE BOURBON NEWS POR RENT Tvc story brick residence with nine looms halls porches pantry and all necessary outbuildings Good loca tion Apply to p i JDH3NIS DUNDON STRAIGHT SALARY PAID Leading Fraternal Insurance Union Offers Excellent opportunity for energetic white man to handle its business in and around Paris Ky Must have good qualifications as to ABILITY HONESTY and CHARACTER and ibe capable ot advancing to a District JDeputyship Previous experience not require Write giving full particu lars qf self with past record and pres ent position Address in strict SUPREME COMMANDER GENL 414 First National Bank JBidg GovingtonKy Joe G MitchellL Insurance Agent At Oeo Alexander Cos Bank Old Reliable Companies Insurance against Fire and Lightning Your solicited i c t t 9 t r rV r I iJ I confidence i I t 815am 350 pm 622 pm 1010 pm 700 am 735 am 945 am 555 am h 2V RARE CHANCE Big Pay for Solicitors nimulAllnn THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER is offering Five Thou sand Dollars in cash premiums to solicitors in addition to a liberal commission that more than ample to pay ones expenses besides af fording a living profit while en gaged in the work of soliciting sub scriptionsTHE ENQUIRER is How style chuck full of reading most acceptable to any wellordered home Each issue contains a by Pastor Russell an essay by Dr Madison C Peters a serial and short stories natural history gen eral news and special record of litical and national affairs that are of interest to all people cut patterns for ladies and youths and miscella neous matter all of high moral in fluence from all commercial centers and veterinary columnsThe aim being to present the reader with an exceptionally good family journal of superior merit free from all matters that an justice and truth To circulate such a paper all wellmeaning persons can benefit their community and add their mite in the upliftingof civic and political thought and action Any person lady or gentleman with leisure hours desirous of doing a good turn for the community at time payment by writing to THE ENQUIRER Cincinnati O JInnie Langborn- Manicuring 35 Cents Shampooing 25 Cents Work done promptly and satisfaction guaranteed auglGtf Phone 669 i I I I I is atwentyfour page magazine paper sermon po- I I alsomarketreports tagonizemorality earning fair should apply at once fpr particulars EastTenn the same GEO W DAVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EIBA1IEK 137 NIGHT 299 I BOTH PHOYESDAY y 1 o S T VVT c VVV A HOLE IN HIS COKF1N Through It Col Butlers Triumphant Pigtail Should Protrude Thomas Butler a Colonel in the army of the United States early in the nineteenth century died In New Orleans in 1805 in the midst of his celebrated controversy with Jell Wilkinson regarding the wearing of his queue Col Butler insisted on wearing his hair in the old fashioned style in disobedience to Wilkinsons orders According to Pierce Butler in his recently published biography of Ju dah P Benjamin while the dis pute was still raging Butler died and left directions that a hole should be bored in the head of his coffin and that he should be borne to the grave with his triumphant pigtail prortruding in defiance The family tradition s that these directions were carried out Only the Truth A virtue carried to may be come ridiculous To such action one may well preach Be temperate in all things even in virtue Amelia Opre the English authoress was not content with any half measures as is shown in a letter from her quot ed in Quaker Pictures by Wilfred Whitter Mrs Opies course of con duct is to be respected as x from her conscientious nature but fictionreaders may congratulate themselves that her opinions are not universalBefore she became a Quaker she wrote fiction After her conversion she was asked to contribute a story to a magazine Her answer to the editor ran as follows Thou knowest or ought to know that since I became a Friend I am not free to what is called to make a story I will write a fact for thy perusal or any little matter of his tory or truth or a poem if thou wishest but I must not lie and say such and such a thing took place when It did not Dost thou understand The Ozark Mountains The Ozark mountains form a pla teau region from 1200 to 1800 feet above the sea level extending with gradual upliftings from the southern part of Illinois into Mis souri then sloping down enters Arkansas and Indiana Territory and extends into Kansas The highest point is Pilot Knob in Iron county Mo The hills are in separate peaks or knobs and not continuous ridges The irregularities which show making processes as existing are not visible here The Ozark mountains or Ozark Plateau belong with the oldest mountain regions of the world and denudation is slowly but surely re moving the once lofty mountains The plateau belongs to the Tertiary period but Pilot Knob and vicinity belong to the Palyaeozoic age North of the Ozark slope and south of Mississippi river is an old flood plain On the southern slope are large for ests Remedy for Choking I Raising the left arm as high as you can will relieve choking much more rapidly than the act of ones back said a physician and it well that every one should know it for often a person gets choked while eating where there is no one near to thump him Very frequently meals and when they are at play children get choked while eating and the customary manner of relieving them is to slap then sharply on the back The effect of this is to set the obstruc tion free The same thing can be broughc about by raising the left hand of the child as high as possi ble and the relief comes much more quickly In happenings of this kind there should be no alarm for if the child sees that older persons or get excited the effect is bad The best thing is to tell the child to raise its left arm and immediately the difficulty passes away A Dead Bird Samuel Butler the witty but ec centric author of Erewhon which means Nowhere and of many other remarkable and books Is now more read than during his lifetime He died in 1902 In one of his notebooks he tells this incident which must have amused the great Charles Darwin Frank Darwin told me his father was once standing near the hippo potamus cage when a little boy and girl aged four and five came up The hippopotamus shut his eyes for a minute That birds dead said the little girt Come along Early Railroad Station The oldest structure in the world originallybuilt for a railroad station is the now disused L N depot in Lexington Ky It was begun In 1S33 From the northwest corner of this building the first passenger railway car west of the Alleghanies started on Its daily run to Frankfort It has been used for almost three quarters of a century and stands as a landmark to remtnuVMhe present generation of the old order of things in Lexington and central Kentucky Will Find Cure for Leprosy- It is estimated that there are 3000000 lepers in the world but the cure of leprosy is now regarded as being within measurabledistance Tradesmen That Serve Royalty More than 1200 English trades men are this year entitled to use the royal arms over their shopfronts excess mountain th thumping is parents I I proceed- Ing at VV suggestive some JREASOSS OF THE DKUtiUi r For Not Having in Stock the Thing Called For by the Customer Druggists are unaccountable folk surely he other day a man was looking for a certain patented article and tried five drug stores in turn in the same neighborhood before he was successful Naturally in the stores where he failed the offer of something just as good was made but that wasnt the thing that hit him hardest In the second store the druggist said I did have that stuff in stock but I never had any call for it The only people who ever asked for It were the agents of the company and they were around here all the time to see if we had it in stock So I gave it up In the next store a block away the druggist said Yes I did keep that once but when I ran out of the first supply I never could get the company to send any morO I was looking out for the wagon all the time but for three weeks at a time they never sent it up here so I got tired of waiting Now I dont keep it You can tie them but you cant beat them Blushing a Sign of Sense Sir Arthur Mitchell K C B of Edinburgh who knows much that is strange about dreams laughter and other commonplace human charac teristics has just advanced the con soling theory that blushing is achievement of which every one who can blush should be proud He says it requires brains to Hush Idiots cannot blush neither can animals Arthur calls to the fact that tiny infants do not blush although they learn to at an early age just as soon in fact as the brain begins to exercise its tions In blushing he says the mind always must be affected It is and only a bodily expression of mental state It Is a natural thing for a blusher to say that he bad tried not to blush No blushes of his own free will The blush arises without call and vanishes almost as quickly Neither for its coming nor its going is there any exercise of volition It is controlled Sir Arthur says solely by the brain and is a pQsitIve sign that there is an active brain there The Absent Mindedness of Genius The absent mindedness of great thinkers is a well known When Morse had completed his wonderful telegraphic system he con fessed to a difficulty which appeared to him almost insurmountable As long as poles can be used he sail to a friend one day it is easy But what must be done when we come to a bridge We cannot use poles there and the wire would break of its own weight without some sup port Well replied the friend why not fix the wires to the bridge Morse looked at him thoughtfully for a moment and then exclaimed I never thought of that Its the very thing This instance of mental concentration on one lead ing idea to the exclusion of all others is almost as remarkable as that told of Sir Isaac Newton who cut a hole in his study door to allow his favor ite cat to come and go freely and then cut a smaller one for the of her Advertiser Evolution of Marriage About the fact that polyandry or the marriage of one woman to men was once a widely estab lished usage there is no room for doubt Caesar found it in Britain and Tacitus is authority for the statement that it was practiced among the Germans of the early times It is impossible to be exact about the chronological order of the various forms of marriage In all probability the primitive state man was one in which marriage did not exist except in Its plural charac ter when all the njen and women in the community were regarded as equally married to one another Then probably came polyandry followed by polygamy which was finally re placed by the present which may well be called in comparison with the length of time that human society has ex isted Not By Spirits Alone A red nose is by no means a sign of drunkenness and is as common among teetotalers as tipplers is responsible almost more than anything else for red noses while excessive tea drinking is apt to play havoc with the complexion in general and with the nose in par ticular Sometimes the congested nose is a sign of some serious of the heart or it may point to a sluggish circulation The habit of Inhaling cigarette smoke and puffing It through the nostrils may contrib ute to the external wealth of color A Golfing Hint Now what shall I do inquired the beginner having run through the gamut of his clubs Try it advised his caddie who had been an interested spectatorofthe orgy Dangerous Propelling Power The use of alcohol for propelling power In automobiles is being In some cases of speed mania the suspicion is that there has been an of it Deeds Alone Count A good intention will no more make a truth than a fair mart will good shot Spurstpwe an Sir attention unc Individual use kittenDundee of forma system recent IndI- gestion disorder kicking dIs- cussed over m kea 7 always Instantaneously phenomenon several Se ONE PLACED EACH STATE AND DESIGNATED FOR ATTEMPT Board of Trustees Will Give It Test in 48 Second Class Offices Washington D C The board of trustees of the savings bank system has approved a list of forty eight secondclass postoffices at which the plan will be given its first trial the list includes one office for each state and territory The list they formally approved was selected after careful investigation by the postal officials with a view to the first test of the service as thorough as possible under the limited appropriation of 100000 provided by congress which includes all the and equipment including the engraving and printing forms certifi cates bonds clerical assistance etc Owing to smallness of this ap propriation it has been impossible to establish postal savings banks during the first year in the large city post offices of the country Communities were chosen in which the conditions were exceptionally favorable for the development of a postal savings mostly indu rial centers where wage earners will be especially bene fited by the kind of banking facilities affordedA patronage of the service is expected by the officials from foreign born Americans in these cities who are now remitting considerable sums to their native countries usually in the form of money orders Many of the places selected particularly those in the west are not adequately provided with other saving institutions- It is probable that the plans devised for the new postal savings system will be given at least a months trial tire original fortyeight offices before others are added to the list although it is expected that the number of will be largely increased before the end of the current fiscal year The offices designated follow Bessemer Ala Globe Ariz Stutt gart Ark Oroville Cal Leadville Col Ahsonia Conn Dover Del Key West Fla Brunswick Ga Couer DAlene Idaho Pekin 111 Princeton Ind Decorah Iowa Pittsburg Kans Middlesboro Ky New Iberia La Rumford Me Frostbufg Md Nor wood Mass Houghton Mich Bern Minn Gulfport Miss Carthage Mo Anaconda Mont Nebraska City Neb Carson City Nev N H Rutherford N J Raton New Mexico r Cohees N Y Salisbury N C Wahiuton N D Ashtabula 0 Guynion Okla Klamath Falls Oregon Dubdis Pa Bristol R Ncwberry S C S D Johnson City Tenn Port Arthur Tex Provo Utah Montpelier Vt Clifton Forge Va Olympia Wash W Va Manitowoc Wis Laramie Wyo TILE PASSING OF THE HORSE The consumption of horse beef is in creasing with great rapidity in Europe and it is suggested that even if some genius should build an electrical stor age battery so cheap so convenient and so efficient as to relieve the horse and the mule of their jobs as beasts of burden they would still be bred as cattle and swine are for their flesh as a foodstuff That the horse will no longer be as a beast of burden ere this century is half fulfilled seems prob able Then the grain and hay fed him and the pasture on which he grazes will be at the disposal of other farm animals unless the appetite of man shall demand the fleali ofthe horse as food Of course the horses will be bred for racing or for the carriage and the saddle v vehicle will be supplied with power and that it will cheapen production enormously enabling a single farm hand to do more work in a day plow complish though each were aided by a team of horses or mules If that consummation shall be realized we ought to hear much less complaint Your story is good said the pub Usher to the author who had called to learn his fate but there is one ting about it that i cant authorYouchapter instead of the last said the publisher Why is that women from knowing how the story I have just ordered such a sweet frock It is cinnamon and thereisa hat to go with it trimmed with Strikes me you ought to have that at the grocers Yes tir said the Brimstone man j I argued with Iiigersoll for V four hours and made him admit that a man could be in hell And the jriinstpnc man didnt un 4erstand listener laujfted I f 0 I Thorough t postal making expenses th business offices idji Berlin I Deadwood required perfectedpredicted haulingthan wehear understand thatisthelast stockingsor- dered 1 l le POSTAL MANLS TERRiTORY in- Grafton ISV A Home Coming Although a murderer Hans Olsen1 was a commonplace he had a wooden leg or an old mother the papers might hay worked up some public interest Jf not enthusiasm in his behalf Twt aa it was the jury returned a verdict of manslaughter and Hans without the aid of counsel even foundhim self sentenced to seven years penal servitude and was delighted Seven years instead of twenty Fdrthafc was what he had expected Your wife wishes to see youl Hans Olsen was standing lostitifa thought when the policeman ehtered and announced Marie Strangely enough he had forgotten about In his excitement and now that he was reminded of her existence all the pleasure of relief left him Marie Jjfe It was all he could say wardly and shyly shook ith her fgjjSeven years she sobbed not to see you for seven long yeara and we have been married olily six months Yes it does seem like parting dear when you put it thafc way A man need not change iu seven years unless he likes woman he finished witha You must go away he continued there is enough in the savings bank to keep you for a year Go to some quiet country place My people wont know you Call your self Mrs Hansen That will be suj ficient But after the first year Ill work I can live on little very little indeed v And if the little is not there It shall must behVshe cried Goodbye Hans I but Ill wait for you and as 1 for give now so will I keep my for Come at any time you1 will be welcome always They shook hands and separated Hans Olsen went to Vridslose anti Marie to Aarhus and each thought this world a hell But time passes even in jail and in due course Olsen began to count the days to his release He had served nearly six years and though a little doubtful as to what would be made for good he hoped to be free at the end of the sixth year It was characteristic of the mans frame of mind that he should ro solve to call on his wife unexpect edly He found her address audf fate having ordained it that he should be released from Vridsloese the money he had earned proved more than sufficient to pay the rail road fare In the train he worked himself up to a high pitch of excite mont He pictured his wife oblivious of his existence enjoying the society of others If she has unfaithful he hissed Ill kill her There was no response to his taps on the cottage door and he pushed it open somewhat im patiently and found himself in square room of comfortable if mod est appearance A fire was burning brightly and it was evident that someone had just tended it A small table was set prepared for tea and Hans Olsen noticed with a queer sensation that the occupant of the cottage was expecting a She cant have known J was coming he muttered and the longer he regarded the cups and plates the harder his thoughts becameBut Ill kill her if there is sun other he cried out aloud as he went outside to see if she was coming He caught a glimpse of a womans dress among the trees and rushed back into the house waiting tremblingly behind the door for his wife She entered enough but the moment she caught sight of his passionate face she started back and screamed Oh so you are surprised he cried catching her by the wrists and peering into her face Why is it really you Hans she exclaimed in relief but his face hardened Who is the other he growled You could not have been expecting me She guessed his suspicions and all woman in her was roused as with a wrench she freed herself think I have been un faithful she said in a low tone Thats what you have been suspect Ping all these years while I was working day and night to keep None of that he commanded Who is the second cup for Perhaps you have an idea she replied with flashing eyes If you do not tell me Ill kill you he cried grasping hereby the shoulder With a little cry of pain she sprang away You coward The reproach maddened him and seized her by the throat Mamma A shrill voice preceded its owner into the room but the moment the small boy entered he stood dumb with Hans Olsens hands fell to his Thats the second person Marie moaned listIng her tearsUin d face Your wIll be C in a few weeks Oh what a The nan stood helpless watching i I indlvfdiigJ i f6 h r1 i hand airing buta groan beit mustgq iit f totally been f i c lightly Youyou 1e mamma sIde sonhe coming 3i i j HaL and lie you allowance behavior repeated a guest terror ier dumbly t THE BOURBON NEWS KENTUCKY DEC j J I O PARIS rP w 23 191 0 f The Holiday Trade 9 Old Whiskies Wines Brandies c For Use in the Home Clubs and for Medical Purposes Let us fill order from the following BOTTLED IN BONDFull Quarts Sam Clay John Poindexter Van Hook Old Taylor Old Louis Hunter Rye A Keller Limestone 4yearold Wigglesworth and VanHook Whisky 200 per gallon proof 100 7yearold Sam Clay 300 per gallon 7yearold VanHook 300 per gallon Extra pure Mountain Brandy Extra pure Peach Brandy T v Extra pure Apricot Brandy Full line of Imported Wines prompt attention JOHN JOHNSON Cor Tenth and Pleasant Sts PARIS KENTUCKY I SALE EXTRAORDINARY Besides Our JHighClass We are offering four car loads of new work of beautiful and artistic patterns of the best of materials guaranteed in every par ticular Part of this shipment was and has been delayed by labor in the quaries The other the stock of of Adams Wallen Paris Ky is the largest stock of marble and granite monuments in the State and the best we ever knew to be offered at such prices all of our en forced removal Wm JIdams 142 NBroadway Lexington Ky Both Baldwin Packing Co The Model Packing Plant Respectfully solicits your patronage All pork products prepared under the most complete sanitary arrangements to be fonnd in any plant in America We ask you to try our Sausage then you will want the other good things we produce For sale by all I firstclass grocers and dealers Co Paris Kentucky are Still Selling the Same Line None Better Than And Certainly None Cheaper See us for Hardware Roofing Pumbs handmade riveted Stove Pipe and all kinds of Cooking Utensials Give Me a Trial King Rcdmon Main Street Paris Ky II4M For I I IJ I IBond Lillard I I call or mall us your order itwill I ia jH H I I 1VJ C Ua4E T B 1i is t tt onaccount 1 l II II II i BaldwinPacking jI 1- e II sTOVES Ve Malleable Rago 1 A t ip l I Z g your 3 2 Either phone rand receive 4 w i s f tockRe ular it son- S f s 1 j J 1 f fH- I J z + = Goodwill Toward All Men By ETHEL BARRINGTON N sharp bleak gusts the wind swept fitfully through Main street shaking from their van tage points on roof and porch great pointed icicles that hung in glistening like prisms on a chan delierIn the road thick snow had array crystal packed and hardened while the air with the jingle of bells alike sleighs and runnered wagons At its head the thoroughfare widened to split in four directions and in one of the triangles thus form ed rose the Brick Hotel It was an ex posed spot one to be avoided in rough weather affording as it did full scope to the wind to play mad pranks even nt its wildest to sweep unfortunate pedestrians before it like dust before a giants broom Yet on Christmas eve Marls Favor returning from the office where the rush of holiday work had detained her far beyond her usual hour paused wondering what attracted the crowd of her fellow townsmen She crossed to the outer edge of the gathering in the roadway and by a flaring torch held by a companion of the man who was speaking she saw a street preacher Goodwill towards all men was the text he preached Goodwill not alone towards those in our beloved and Immediate circle not alone to wards such as we hold in careless tol erant regard but goodwill towards all whether they have done us good or evil turns For the advent of the Christchild brings with it a brooding spirit of peace to a sintossed Which among you cried the preacher his voice risen to accusing note which among you were all se crets known would not be found to cherish and foster the memory of some special wrong suffered perhaps years ago that you hold back and when you pray Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us In the second story of the hotel one of the windows had been raised and Marls feeling that curious sensation which is caused by an intent regard glanced up to encounter the concen trated gaze of the mistress of the hos telry who leaned a little distance be tween the parted shutters Maris with sullen color mounting to her face the look power to turn aside being negatived by some strange force In the eyes that compelled hers She and the woman who once had been as a mother to her only to slam the door of happiness in her face con tinued to stare across the heads of the preacher and his listening audience The older woman leaned a little farther and with imperative finger beckoned the girl to enter the hotel The action broke the spell and Marls with a defiant negation of the head turned to pursue her way Maris The girl could not have told or not her name had been actually spoken or was merely a silent cry a part of the compelling influence she had experienced Nevertheless her steps lagged and though yielding had been far from her will she presently turned about and entered the Brick HotelThe door was open the sittingroom warm with fire and lamp and Rachel Castle stood listening her face turned towards the door So the preacher man forced you to think of me three years of si lence The girls voice quivered un der the burden of mingled feelings conjured up by the meeting He made the moment opportune corrected the other I have thought of you always Well say your say and let Co Mrs Castle moved towards the fire pushing forward a chair You have grown hard I should scarcely know you If it were not for your eyes and hair Come sit here Marls I cannot stand very long now Unwillingly Maris took the chair Indicated while Mrs Castle seated herself opposite In the searching glare of blazing logs the girl could not fall to remark the change in the other the figure had become wasted the face pinched Her heart stirred uncomfortably Despite their quarrel Marls owed much to Rachel Castle the charity of the Brick Hotel had saved her girlhood the poor houseYou have been ill she asked For a year you did not hear The girl shook her head and her eyes wandered over the room voting the almost imperceptible changes that time had wrought and welcoming the salient features that lived in her mem ory the bookcase the horsehair sofa the marbletopped table with its case of stuffed canaries many of whom she had fed In life and last of all the mans photograph on the mantel set in Its heavy silver frame She seemed to look long but In reality after the first moment she could distinguish no single feature for the hot blinding tears that she would not suffer to fall Ben hasnt said Rachel Castle following her eyes only im vibrated I world I after me I cb3 ced ls f tit 6 decorating except returned whether from mariner as you have done Hes grown hard and a bit reckless The girl moved restlessly in her chairI be going Its pleasant to have you Marls The woman ignored the suggestion We always did sit together en eve if you remember Then as Maris offered no comment Mrs Castle drifted into memories of small intimate happenings their past daily life of festivities and social merriment that marked such seasons as the present one I used to fancy that life would be always the same she continued her voice low with the restraint she put upon herself Maris her thin hand bridged the space between their chairs and softly touched the girls knee You cant have lost all your sweetness You aint so hard as you would pretend to me Doat The girl rose abruptly turning her back deliberately to the photograph in the silver frame When we parted I thought you hard selfish I kept my resentment alive burning deep down in my heart I wouldnt let It die just as that preacher down stairs said When theres a thing like that in your soul the little shoots of tenderness of that keep a womans nature sweet are nipped and starved You are right I am changed But tonight for the sake of what you did when I was a forlorn motherles girl Id like to shake hands Wait She thrust and clasped her hands behind her back as the elder woman rose a tender suffusing her pallid face and con tinued in a strained and breathless sort of voice You thought because Ben was your son you had a right to decide his life you thought because you had befriended me you could dic tate my life too I see now that there was force in both arguments At Christmas of i i unjustand longing charity = And Rachel Castle Stood Listening Her Face Turned Towards the Door the time the hurt was too deep I had been only the creature of your char ity where I imagined myself all but in blood a daughter You were watched you always though I never let you knowCourageous What gave me cour age to face the world after you had cast me from your home It was the knowledge that it was not in power to take Ben from sent him away myself He followed you then Rachel Castle sank back into the armchair She had not known Its so long ago the girl told her mindI take him the I fact j that I must always be in your debt My dear you have wiped that out forever and with a yearning that would not be denied the elder woman reached out her arms to the girl A shrill whistle caught the others ear the sound for which she waited I The express from New York must have deposited Its homecoming I some minutes before and was again flying through the darkness tb its destinationI be sure that you still cared she whispered her fingers boy eying above the bowed head Change you know is the one thing we old folks have to learn to reckon with How could 1 change Maris lifted her head in quick resentment but what she beheld In the close bent face silenced her am the one who has changed Marls I acknowledge now that having brought you two together I should have abided by the But I was ambitious for my boy I that is past In separating you two I have built a bar rier between myself and my only son voice was no more than a thread of ask you to give him back to me There came a quick step on the stair outside and in the doorway stood Ben Castle a little blinded with the sudden glare Mother he said and leaving Marls where she crouched upon the rug Rachel Castle moved swiftly him she cried the old j Christmases to have you home Ben clinging to his broad shoulders with both frail hands as she kissed- i him again Ben I want you to speak to her j Before she closed the door she saw her son drop Into the chair where she i had sat and lifting the bowed figure of the girl crush Tier hungrily agalnit leis heart I CoprrJarht in v I I courageousI I meI 1 Pridewounded vanitythe I I I TrueI wantedbut I Marisher soundI I towards and I n i j a your passengers consequences 4 Ben Its like 4 t ftliftRVYvi21q IDaefclt a ta 4 Christmas comes but once a year and when it goes Im glad of it mis quoted Mr Anthony Riggs looking sourly at the toe of his slipper As Anthony Riggs lived all alone in the big house there was no one to reply to his unpleasant remarks Downstairs in the kitchen his one servant clattered noisily about her work Everywhere else in the house it was very quiet And there is no silence like that of a great house which has once known the joyful clamor of a large and happy family Years ago Anthony had had a love affair but it ended most unhappily The girl had married another man and Anthony Riggs had been left to develop into a morose old bachelor and not so very old at that but once a year and Ill try to get as far away from it as I can misquoted Mr Riggs once more as he kicked off his and his shoes When he was buttoned tightly into his fur lined ulster and his sealskin cap was pulled down over his ears there was nothing to be seen save a pair of very bright brown eyes and an nose Once in the snowy streets Anthony Riggs found himself nearer to Christ mas than he had been before The shops were overflowing with holly wreaths and branches of mistletoe toys and games and candy and nuts Beautiful gifts were displayed in the windows and many happy expectant faces were pressed against the plate glass panes Please sir said a small voice at Anthonys elbow cant you give me a job carrying your bundles What bundles frowned Anthony Your Christmas youre going to buy sir said the little boy respectfully- Im not going to buy any replied Anthony quite fiercely Heres something for you go and your own gifts and dont bother me He thrust a dollar bill into the eager little fingers and strode on of the curious glances of those who had overheard his conversa tion with the little lad A glittering window full of jewels threw a flashlight on his memory It was in that same shop he had once purchased a ring for Mary Wood The ring had been returned to him and he had flung it into the farthest of his desk It was there now He turned away and sauntered In front of his own church friendly hands drew him into the brightly lighted basement of the edifice where the annual Christmas bazaar was In progressIhete was a merry throng of men women and children moving to and fro among the booths devoted to the sale of fancy articles toys and candy Supper tables occupied one end of the room and in an obscure corner a for tune tellers tent was made of gay shawls In the middle of the room stood a gigantic Christmas tree load ed with gifts wrapped in tissue Ten cents will ep title you to a gift rom the tree explained his guide I dont like presents said An thony grimly Deacon Smithers smiled quizzically Very well suit yourself Anthony There is the fortune will predict a hppy future for you There is the supper table that insure you a good the your money and take your choice He moved away and left Anthony Riggs standing pale and cold in the midst of the happy crowd Perhaps it was because he did not know what else to do that Anthony awaited his turn at the fortune tell ers tent and once within its dim he felt foolishly aware that the future held nothing for him that he did not know The gipsys dark head was con cealed in the folds of a lace mantilla from the flowing sleeves of her red velvet bodice two slim brown arms and hands flashed out and caught his large hand The lacedraped head bent over his palm You han had much sorrow said the tipsy in a low musical voice but of it has been your own Do the things I shall tell you and will live to be and see your dearest wish gratified Anthony smiled sardonically And the three things I shall do he asked The day after tomorrow is day Tomorrow night you must make three persons happy Find three persons who are poor and needy and sorrowful and take them to your home and provide them with a bountiful dinner have gifts for them and when they have gone away blessing you then you may receive a gift What be I dont want a gift I hadnt kept Christmas for years protested Anthony placed some money on the table Time you l Itaitr Christmascomes slippers aristocratic 1 presentswhat unmindful on I tellerperhaps she Hill mealand boothspay u very ube j 1 I I reached for presents buy corner paper recesses much making PPy Christmas yourself will 4it then forgety i C i = pr you will your ckamo KoC 2J being hajpy And stay AWim hand arrested his going v Yes Anthonys voice 1 COld r Be sure to have that ringUn reads vp may need it And the next instant Anthony found himself elbowed out of the tent by Impatient waiters at the door and without another glance about the dec orated room he left the church and went home much perturbed Of course Anthony Riggs knew that the fortune teller could be none other than some member of his v church who was familiar with more or less of the detail of his life and habits He was surprised at his own lack of indignation because his pri vate affairs had been discussed by a stranger indeed he almost felt a L glow of gratification that he was still numbered among those to whom something wonderful might happen Ill try it anyway said Anthony j that night as he blew out his candle It can do no harm i It is a simple matter to make poor people happy Anthony Riggs found it so The day before Christmas was marked by a series of galvanic shocks for the servant maid in the basement of Anthonys fine house Before night the pantries were filled with delicious viands and the smell of spices and mincemeat pervaded the house Anthonys three persons became six for it was so easy to add another one and still another to the little company he had invited They were old men and women and they enjoyed the feast of good things with a pleas ure that made Anthonys heart ach as it had never ached since the day when Mary Wood had sent back his ring At last he sent them home in laden with the remains of the dinner and with many gifts that would add comfort to declining years t The best gift of all was that Anthony Riggs had promised nqt to forget would be their benefactor till they had passed into the hands of the great benefactor When he was alone in the brightly lighted parlor with the blaze of the chandelier falling on the silver threads in his black hair Anthony thought 1last I I verY Q nessyou j I c J I themhe Y lose r y was 3 i i 1 carriages = And Meant What You Happiness Would Como to Me of the bitter years he had wasted years in which he might have made many persons happy The of good deeds was warm in his heart this night and he forgot that there was not one to offer him a gift with loving words He had received the greatest of all love an gratitude of his fellow men The door softly opened and wom an crept in small slender with dusky hair and dark eyes shining like stars Antnony Riggs did not look up Ha had forgotten that the fortune teller had promised him a gift that night On his little finger was a small set with a single pearl Anthony visitors voice low and musical Mary Wood said Anthony and then with a glance at the black lace draped about her head he added You were the fortune teller last night And meant what you promised that happiness would come to me It has come Anthony she falfef drawing near to him We were so and the years have been long I am free now thjr said you needed me and that night when I saw your bitter face I knew you needed the influence of a greater love than mine before we met Anthony Riggs took his sweetheart into his arms I have found greater love Mary and its root i pity My love for you will be better and worthier because of my love poor and needy And tomorrow1 1 morrow you will marry me and my Christmas gift In truth7 Yes said Mary Wood And so Anthony Riggs slipped th little pearl ring on her finger Copyright 1910 f A Way Out of It Anna was making Christmas pre ents Oh dear this doesnt look irfc said j tattle Helen looking on rein a sympathizing tone r Oh auntie you CM S YouYou PromisedThat 1 reward giftsthe a ring The waa I Yes youyou mistakenyou Iand forth i I 1 j 1ri Ii ii flwje f 4e I woman hoarsely the a become she Rytn Well rise soiie one a z srrightai y- v THE B0tJSBM mm i RK I8tU K jil n t DEC 2I are sure to please the entire family And after all the familys interest is each ones interest The gift is sure to please Are here many many of them and we truly want you to call and learn how well prepared we are to fill your Christmas Then you Z l t I I wants 1 Xrnas Gifts What would be nicer than a Dining Table just like cut 185O I c 7 tj f j You dont have to go to New York or Chicago or any of the big cities to get the best Christmas present in the world a Victort Come in and Set us show you our stock of Victor Talking 1750 25 3250 40 60 and VictorVictrolas at 75 100 200 and 250 We also have a complete line of Edison Phonographs 1250 up Kodaks 5 8 10 12 1750 20 and up Brownie Cameras 1 2 3 4 7 9 10 and 12 I Machines 10 I I 1 = Buffet China Closet Dining Chairs Morris Chair Something the whole family would be pleased Rocker just like cut 650 f Sideboardor II f S 4 with H Leather SEE OUR LINE OF PARLOR SUITS Davenports Library Tables Hall nice for Xmas presents that will last PARLOR SUITS 2000 up to 6000 SEE THEM Rackseverything A WHEELER FURNITURE CO Corner Main and Third Sts CHAS GREEN Mgr Opp Court House F I I i a- Z VWNAges of Woman If any one had written a seven ages womans speech surely most of the parts would have been played by Mar garet Chanler AldrIch who has been a prominent figure in municipal movements and national causes for a good many years Mrs Aldrich has turned poet and is to issue shortly j volume of poems called Sonnets for Choice There are exactly fifty these verse forms in the promised Work1 and their subjects range from the varying aspects of nature in this part of the world at the different sea Wdhs to sonnets addressed to such men as Shelly Agassis and Pasteur while emotions also come within their rv Irony Lost Case for Lawyer In his early days at the bar the late Lord Bowen prosecuted prisoner who crawling downstairs with his boots off and carrying portable property The I evidence was so overwhelming that Bowen ventured to indulge in a little irony and remarked on the of the prisoner in removing his shoes thus disturbing nobody and in selecting only solid silver articles from the plate basket so that the family had enough forks and spoons left for break fast The jury was so impressed by these extenuating circumstances that it acquitted the prisoner Bowen never employed irpny again when addressing rf Ventilation an Art In Chicago The fine art of ventilation in Chica go Is stilt making long strides Several large firms which occupy whole floors now have the big windows swing from left to right on the prin ciple of passenger car ventilators The position of the windows can thus according to the passage of the wind and cleaning the panes is made easy But the ordinary window washer can still do arctic wonders with the oldfashioned vertical sash in- v any office building Best Things Worth the Price The best thins all too cheaply purchased by a lifetimes tniL mm n I I fit I I betterment a of i the scope I had been caught in a house at night I I aJury t be l AI 4 1ft c o b L e r y F p thoughtfulness jrt f fIrI w 1eott areN Xy F F 4 VY h = The Home The Recipient Why r 1 i HSIafr5T7 Make Note You dortr need to chase after Saivta Glaus Victor I 25Other styles 10 to 250I LITERATURE OF ALL THE FREE ON REQUEST DAU GH ERTY BROSI c t ABOVE Slowly 4rlJliry Q ti Jt- Il t r fd Iii c fc made Tough tasty thoroughly and slowly custom made Each pair made to wear style correct and quality uppermost A careful wearful shoe for boys and girls that is without competition A dictionary with every pair sizes yz up Ask your dealer SHOE C- St Louis U S A j 11 li I WEDTUEIMERSWARTS lt if fJ 4F f MANY TAilORS DECEIVED More Than 1000 Exclusive Samples Get Into the Wrong Hands A piece of cardboard covered with square samples of woollen cloths for mens and womens suitings might not seem o the average man a very valuable article yet elaborate schemes to get hold of such sample cards are planned and sometimes carried through A couple arrived recently at the best of the Philadelphia hotels and set out to visit all the leading tailors The man wanted a winter outfit of a comprehensive character While the woman was just as interested in ac cumulating a winter wardrobe of the tailor made variety Occupying large rooms in the hotel there was no to believe that the two were anything other than they themselves So when they gave the number of their suite in the ho tel the samples were forthcoming After several days had passed without the expected orders the tailors began to send to the hotel for information The answer returned was that the two had given up their rooms and left the day before No samples were to be found The number of inquirers became so large that they were referred by the hotel clerk to police headquar ters More than 1000 samples of cloth had been sent by the tailors to the couple Investigation showed their purpose when in the Broad street station were found two wood en packages they had checked there tilled with sample cards from which the cloth had been torn away The couple had succeeded in ac quiring possession of the best sam ples of the firms that deal in the high class exclusive patterns Of course they will sell their patterns to the cheaper firms that endeavor to reproduce them Even a bolder effort to get the samples is reported from Chicago There two men rented a store in which to open a tailoring business of a high priced character and sent to the manufacturers for their samples The samples were sent but no orders ever came Later inquiry from the manufac turers showed that the firm had no further in its career than taking the store for a month Its object was plain of the best designs were turned out by the cheap mills Origin of the Black Hand There was a historical foundation for the name black hand accord ing to Everybodys Back in days in Spain there was La Mano Xera a secret society which fought the government and the the church It passed and the se cret societies of southern Italy were its heirs Twenty years or more ago a false report was raised in Spain that La Mano Nera had been revived The story lingered in the brain of a Herald reporter and one fine day he attempted to rejuvenate waning interest in a puzzling Italian mur der case by speculating as to the coming to life of the black hand among Latin immigrants in The other newspapers seized on the idea eagerly and kept it going Just So Every man has his price remarked the moralizer Perhaps he has the demoralizer but it isnt every man who has his market Copenhagens Deer Copenhagen Dehma the aci Best of any city in the world Its I represented I i I exclusive got when some rejoined If i Y t rit has tea isabout4 t r ljf reason Inquisition America Park i park acres r 0 Charles Mason Forsyth AUCTIONEER Offers his services to the of Bourbon and surrounding Satisfaction guarantee or no charge made Estate and Bank Stock Twentyfive years experience Orders left at TIlE BOURBON NEWS office will receive prompt attention Hot and Cold BAT ji Hot and cold baths Everything neat and barbers always ready to the trade No long waits You are next M A KAHAL i Specialty made of Live Stock Real It S waiton 4 counties 1 11 I John White Co LOUISVILLE KY Established 1837 J u l do FURS and HIDES 01 COMMISSION for taw Special Winter Tourist Tickets On Sale Daily to Points in Alabama Central America Cuba Florida Georgia Louisiana Mississippi Mexico New Mexico North and South Carolina Porto Rico Tennessee and TexasLong Limited and Liberal StopOvers Special RoundTrip Homeseek ers Tickets on Sale 1 st and 3rd Tuesdays Each Month to The West South West and Northwest also to points in Alabama Louisiana and t For rates routes etc cell cmwrite W H HARRIS Agent or D S JORDAN T A Finding Easter Date Easter day is always the first Sun day after the full moon which hap pens upon or next after the twenty first day of March and if the full moon happens upon a Sunday Easter day is the Sunday after Easter day therefore can never fall earlier than March 22 nor later than April 25 Giving Him Fun Information I A member of an eminent St Louis law firm went to Chicago to consult a client When he arrived he found that he had unaccountably forgotten the clients name He telegraphed his partner What our clients name The answer Brown EL Yours is Allen B v i 10 I t I p 9 1f N m b h 14 r Walter I r r J71 1 i VIA t L r K l Mississippi I h f A k fr r a r e i read William r BOURBON NEWS PARIS KENtUCKY DEC 23nI THE 1910 HE BOURBON NEWS GOODS OF QUALITY EVERYTHING FIRSTCLASS Stated Conclave There will be a stated conclave of Coeui de Lion Commandery No 26 K T on December 1910 at seven p m for work in Red Cross PLAIN FIGURES Everything marked in plain figures at A F Wheelers furniture store Choicest Fruits Etc Phone us for choice fruits candies nuts cranberries and oysters A B LOVELL A Present Worth While A pair of Crawford Shoes woud make a sensible present RUMMANS ELLIS Attention Foresters The Fore tis will meet Friday night This will be an important meeting the election of officers and matters J A RICE Chief Ranger Toilet Goods Sterling silver toilet goods in the new engraved and engine turned effect 9 If SHIRE FITHIAN Holiday Decorations Three ornaments and tinsel at cost Beautiful holiday decorations 13 4t MISS JESSIfc BROWN Great Great bargains in everything at J T Hintons for today and tomorrow Foot Bridge Torn Away j The foot bridge beneath the Louis yule Nashville railroad bridge span ting Houston creek has been torn away by workmen preparatory to the ection of the new steel the concrete piers of which were complet ed about two weeks ago The Proper Thing- A box of beautiful writing would be the proper thing See PARIS BOOK CO Injured in Railroad Accident At Loraine Ohio in an accident the Baltimore Ohio rairload Dock Stegall formrely of Paris had his leg cutoff and shoulder brother of Mr Benj Stegall of ParIS He is a married man CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES Christmas novelties from The Real Thing j J T sells real Christmas No trasheverything useful Fire Works Nice line of fireworks get them BAIRD TAYLOR Live Bird Shoot Today The Fayette G n Club will a live bird shoqt at its range near Lex ington today It is expected that not championship race at Ryland on 2 will attend CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS i Read over the suggestions for Christmas in Price Cos advertisement All are suita ble and acceptable gifts j Goods Delivered- J T Hinton delivers your Christmas presentslwhere you want them deliver FREE Every purchaser of 60 furniture etc at A F Wheelers furniture store will receive a fine j machine with six records free j In Paris After 14 Years Absence Mr Frank Saefek1 of Woodburn j Oregon accompanied hy Mr M W Neary a prominent banker of Spokane were Friday at the name ivanufacturers their place of business being over the shoe store of Davis hompson Isgrigg Mr Saaefeld since marcried and is engaged in fruit growing in Oregon This is his first visit to Paris since his departure 14 years ago and he was surprised to note the growth and improvement that taken place in Paris OPEN AT NIGHT My store will be open at igKt until after the holidays J T HINTON I I j i fit i 2 J t I t i j f I Bargains I I I I paper and I i I I left broken He is a son of Mr Rufus Stegall I 9tf SHIRE IiTUIA i here tl2t i have j Jess than five hundred wIll be trapped during the day The shoot will be a practice affair unless desire to arrange matches between themselves Messrs Ward Clay and Bedford of Paris who are probable entrants to the TriState I I 1 1 I I t I I f I l 1 worthof I l belLr Li rr fj Iljf I Is I has t i if I ft iJi r i t i t on- t and 50c up at I presents j 0 4l individuals January I 1 E talking I A ash IttLd a e Y Caboose and Car Burned Wednesday evening about nine oclock the fire department WES called out to an alarm from Box 32 fire originating from an overhated stove a caboose in the yards of the L N railroad consumed that and a car loaded with railroad ties The caboose was on a siding waiting to be attach ed to a train that v as about to leave for the South when the fire was covered Tne yard crews experienced great dicffiulty in getting other cars out of danger The members of the freight crew who were preparing for the trip lost all of their clothing in the fire Fire and Tornado Insurance tf Thomas Woodford Mince Meat and Plum Pudding Your Christmas dinner not be complete without Ferndells mince meat and plum pudding 20 2t C P COOK CO Ask for Old John Poindex ter Whisky None better 4t Vacum Cleaners Get one of those Vacum Cleaners at J T Hintons If you dont like it you can send it back During Holidays- The Public Library will be ciostd from December 25 till January 2 on account of holidays O Appropriate and Beautiful A box of Cranes beautiful paper would be the real thing Come and for yourself PARIS BOOKCO Horse Radish Homemade horse radish Telephone s S3t SAUER For Christmas Christmas house slippers and shoes Ve have them at bargain prices DAN COHEN Fancy caskets The prettiest and nicest bas kets of fruit for Christmas presents can be found at Fees All sizes andprices See th window display OPEN NIGHTS Visit our big store it will be open every night includ Christmas eve for the convenience of Christmas shoppersNunnellys Candies Nunnellys fine box candies fresh by express tf VARDEN SON Nice Assortment For the Christmas trade I have a nice assortment of nuts and candiesG tf CHAS Goodies for Christmas Turkeys chickens oysters celery cranberries T LENIHAN Both phones 234 Open Nights Our store is open evrey night now until Christmas Select your presents now and have them laid away untilyou are ready for them 13 4 1 J T HINTON Will Close Monday SPEARS SONS J Si WILSON BRO STUART OHRIEN C R TURNER W TEMPLIN LUMBER CO PARIS MILLING CO RELIGIOUS Christian church Christmas ser vices will be as folows Morning at 10 solluntary selected All Hail the Power of Jesus Name invocation anthem The Hills of Palestine Ashford hymn To Us a Child is born prayer hymn Oh Come All Ye Faithful announcements offertory anthem Joy to the World Fearis sermon by the pastor Elder Morgan Text Christ and the Children a service at seven oclock Elder Mor gans sermon will be something to think about at the end of the year The morning program of music will be repeated Servicps at Episcopal church Sun day Christmas day at 10 45 Fancy Baskets The prettiest and nicest fancy of fruit for Christmas presents can be found at Fees All sizes and prices See the window display Fountain Pen Would please the boy We have them from SI up PARIS BQOK CO WATCH THE WINDOW Watch our window for Christmas gift suggestions 9tf SHIRE finilAN SPECIAL PRICES TODAY See the Mission Rockers in my window at 350 Special prices for today and tomorrow HINTON 0 A di i will I see y 1 i ing V closetheirholidayYERKES KENNEY CDODSON I J I I 45organ Hymn scripture Christmas sermon communion Night baskets J T iFu 1 2 a U PERSONAL MENTION Mr and Mrs Kiser were vis itors in Cincinnati Wednesday Mr Helen Forsyth of ville W Va is here guest of relatives Mr Chas E Butler returned Tuesday from a two weeks buianess trip in Texas Mrs J Z DeHart her guest for the holidays Mrs Dora Fitzger ald of Leanon Dr Ben Prank of York Tuesday night to spend the holi days with relatives Mr Jasper Offutt of near Paris is able to be out after a ten days ill ness of stomach truble Dr Clara B Mathews will tonight for Lafayett Ind to spend the holidays with relatives Mr Reuben Hutchcraft of College is the guest of his par ents Mr and Mrs R B Hutchcraft Mr and Mrs William M Shobe of Salem N J are guests of the lat ters parents Mr arid Mrs J H But ler Misses Ellen Towles and Marill Talbott students at Margaret Hall College Versailles returned home Thursday Mr Thomas Herrin left Wednes day for Danville Illinois where he will make his future home with his uaughter Mrs A J Rice Mr and Mrs G C Thompson will leave the first of next week for Fort Worth Amarillo and San Antonio Texas to spend the winter Messrs Norval and Edward Brewer of Whiteland Ind will he the guests during the holidays of Prof and Mrs M G Thompson Mr and Mrs W B Stephens and children of Bugman Oklahoma are the guests of Mrs Stephens sister Mrs D Mcfcarlan on Vine street Mr Raymond McMillan a stuJent t the Louisville Dental College is at ho re to spend the holidays with his j Mr and Mrs Henry J Schwartz of Indianapolis will arrvive Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays with Mr and Mrs Jacob Schwartz on High street Misses Frankie Clark of this city and Nettie Wasson of Miilersbufg will spend the holidays with Misses Lou Banks and Mary Boone in Win chester Dr A J Skillman and nd class mate Dr Guy McChord of Tenn are guests of the formers par ents Mr and Mrs C M Skillman at North Middletovn Mr Oscar student at Transylvania University in Lexington arrived Wednesday to spend the holi days with his parents Mr and Mrs W O Hinton Miss Nannie Clay a student at Ursaline Academy Brown county Ohio is spending the Christmas holi days with her father Mr Brutus Clay at Austerlitz j Mr and Mrs W Tuesday from the West where they visitd their sons Robert Clark at Hot Springs Ark and John T Clark at Phoenix Arizona Misses Nellie Fithian Fannie j Ingles and Elizabeth Crutcher teach i ers and Misses Nell CiUtcher and Augusta Rogers pupils Caldwell I College Danville are at home for the holidays Mr and Mrs Phillip Terry and son Robert of Mexico City Mexico today to spend the holidays ith the formers sisters Misses garet and Beatrice Terry at home corner Main and j in this city Col L P Young who has been the guest of his son Mr J F Young at Little Rock has returned to his home in Lexington Colonel Young will leave next week for Tulsa Okla for a two months visit to his son Mr Albert Young Misses Birdie Wollstein and Goldie Saloshin students at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music accompanied by Miss Hazel Straus of Cincinnati will arrive home today Miss Straus will be their guest during the holi days Mr and Mrs B F Adcock will celebrate Friday the seventh anni versary of their marriage with a six oclcck dinner at their home on Cyp ress street have as their guests Mr and Mrs Oliver of Ohio and the following from Mr and Mrs Harry Turney Mr and Mrs Cavlin Bedford Mr and j Mrs Frank Ramsley and Miss Annie Woodward Mrs Adcocks sister Mr and Mrs Adcock and two children Mary Martin and B F Jr will go to Winchetser Sunday to spend Christ mas day with Mrs Adcocks parents Mr and Mrs J M Woodward SPECIAL PRICES TODAY See the Mission Rockers in my window at 350 Special prices for today and tomorrow HINTON Exclusive Agency We have the excluisve sale of the 8Ws rings with the guarantee the stones will not come out 9 tf SHIRE FITHIAN j j t liP Barbour the hasas I New arrived I Harvard I I I I ther Mrs Sallie McMillan in East Nashvill I Hinton H Clark i I OL i I i j willarrive MarI I Telfth lstreets I I I I I I wil Flyrln I j I J T t leave Inc Paris returned Winchester A Nice Christmas Dinner Dressed turkeys dressed chickens dressed ducks oysters celery every thing to make a dinnerr T LENIHAN Robneel Grocery Toys at Cost Toys at cost MISS JESSIE BROWN For Pumpkin Pie Order one of fine homegrown pumpkins to those Chriatmas pies of We htivf fine 10 3t SAOER niceChristmas 134t tsetf13Ict some j I 1 Q ones T mClintqck Divorce Smt The Lexington of Monday contained the following Monday morning when Circuit Court met no decisions were rendered by Judge parker but the divorce suit of Mrs Maggie Rogers McOhntock vs James D McClintock was discussed at some length by the court though no order was entered in the case suit is fur a separation and was filed in the court some months ago and after a thorough consideration of the case Judge Parker said he that no ground for a divorce had been shown but as to whether or not there was shown even a ground for separation would be cided later Should a separation be granted Rachel the threeyearold daughter uf the parties will be given to the CUR tody of each the care being divided equally as to time She will remain in the care cf her mother until the final order in the case is made No cause of separation is shown in the great mass of testimony taken un less it be that of incompatibility of temper and in all the evidence filed there is no reflection on the character of either cf the parties to the suit Judge Parker said that in his a better solution of the case could be made by the parties themselves and their attorneys and he requested that the counsel in the case take up the matter for consideration with that in view While a separation might be grant ed if it were shown that either would suffer any humiliation or disgrace from living with the other there is no such this case there being no suggestion of that event I think this case can be adjusted and these people ought to live The child will be better off in a real home with her father and mother than in an artificial home that a court of chancery can her Judge Paiker said The evidence in the case was dis cussed at some leugh and if theparties cannot agree then a judgment will be rendered but Judge Parker indicated that he would very much prefer that the matter be adjusted without fut ther consideration from the couri but in case a reconciliation carl nut be effected a judgment will tie render ed early in the coming year Store Open oi Nights Our store will be open every night until after Christmas Lots of Christams gifts to select from 20 2t PRICE CO Dickens and Scott Complete sets of Dickens and Scott novels at greatly reduced price PARIS BOOK CO J W Hayden Elected Clerk The City Council met in regular se sion last and hy the unani mous vote of the Board J W Hayden was elected to fill the office of Clerk made vacant by the death of Mr A C Adair The Board also elected a health serve during the year The new board is composed of Dr C J Clak Monroe Mansfield and Dr F P Campbell Will Close Monday The blacksmith and general repair shop of Samuel Kerslake Son will be closed on Monday December 26 for the Christmas holiday The shop will For Xmas Trade celery and cranberries for Christmas at Chas Clenclenins G tf Judge Howard Heceives President Taft Wednesday decided tQ appoint Judge H Clay Howard Paris as Minister to Peru Minister Combs who at present holds the ap pointment has asked to be transferred Judge Howard has been in Washington for several days where he was mentioned for the District At torneyship He will arrive home to Cut Flowers All kinds of cut flowers fpr wed gotten on short notice from us We solicit your orders 9 2t JO ARDEN Musical Supplies Violin Guitar and Banjo strings and rosin Also a Baehm Harmonicas at MOREHEAD MUSIC CO 016 Main street FOUND can have same by applying at News office proving property and paying charges 23 2t Five Men Leader uTe assure d opinion object showingin together createfor boardto i regularOysters I I I Iof I prominently dinKs parties funerals etc can be t complete uf I andHigh handsome evening ensuing Appointment line Wed = Earn 65 to 125 a Month Five men wanted to be Chauffeurs Repairers and Demonstrators Per weeks or 10 weeks evening Write for Illustrated Automobiling With Pay Y C A Automobile School 701 Walnut St Cincinnati 0 dec233teot r w I repairingand M i t 1 t t r 4 c GIFT SUGGESTIONSi i Read the advertisement in another column of our for gifts Any of the articles be appropriate and would be appreciated 6tf SHIRE FITHIAN Things You Must Have Select your needed supplies from our line line of fresh canay nuts figs and grapes 20 2t BAIRD TAYLOR Toilet Articles See our line of perfumes toilet ariicls and manicure sets for GUt f CLARKE CO Save Money Dont buy your Christmas presents until you see J T Uintons useful and ornamental offerings He saves you money Real Irish Crochet Irish crochet medalions fb Christ mas presents 13 4t MISS JESSIEB ROWN Box Candies Leave your order now for that VARDEN SONS if suggestions mentionedwould I u Christmas Alwaysfreshtf j I AHwrt Ins liq r List EiNf the Holidays I California Port Sherry Virginia Dare white and red i Reislingr sour wine v v rSt Julian Angelica SJf Jamaia St Croix and Mflforql Rums rCA Menthe Mumros Extra Dry Champagne v King William Scotch Whisky Gordons Dry Gin Chaurtreuse white and green v Sam Clay Whisky G 100 per quart Poindextpr Whisky 8 years oTtf 125 vl Wholesale agents for WiedemansJa Famous IJeers ALBERT LYONS 120 Main St 2i no jf Path Sly That Good Candy Try a pound of that good candy that is on sale at Bruce Holladays It is aBa Holladay famous last year as candy makers 25 tr Christmas Goodies All kinds of goodies for the children Christmas such as candle figs dates nuts oranges apples etc prices before you cart save you money SAUEB 1 r I I I I IBurgundy I c years oW the same kind made the li C f f G tour buywe 163t 9 w 1 that u Christmas Shopping J Holiday Goods Now Ready All the New Things on Display 2 Do your buying early before the goods are picked over and before the rush We are show ing an immense stock of Dressed Dolls And thousand of articles in the Dry Goodsaihd Notion line that will make pleasing gifts for old and young v f W Ed Tucker An Unusual Display Of Christmas Toilet Ware Is Now on Display in Our Show Window See This Elegant Assortment of Comb Mirror Sets Manicure Sets etc Make Your Selec tion Now and Have it Reserved Until You Are Ready For it Our stock of Diamonds Watches Gold Jewelry Fine Gold Filled Jewelry Cut Glass HandPainted China Brass Novelties Leather Goods Umbrellas and Canes Fountain Pens Electric Portables etc much larger than usual and offers an unusual opportu nity for the selection of desirable and de pendable gifts The quality of our goods is unquestioned and our prices the lowest Jewelry Tea Spoons Etc are put up in handsome Christmas boxes and fasten holly seals making a most attractive package All early buyers will get the ben eft of these See them they ought to bring you our way elelellflll lIeIIIIIIIIII I I I S ee t Toys e i i11111111 1111 1IlIellell e t 4 t f i ii Brushand ir 4 r is tAll t ted t t fr J I a S S Q- a a j I 4 S 4 4 4 t k f 4 4 5 4 = ++ + + ++++++ ++++ + + + + + + THE BOURBON NEWS PARIS KENTUCKY DEC 23 0 u tv y 61 1U 1 910r r Westralniter Chimes r a c i 1 TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschede Hall Clock timepiece a tubular chime and an article of furniture for home office or institution appeals alike to utility refinement and musical taste The perfect movement insures correctness of time the solid oak or mahogany case with classic lines conforms to good taste and the melo dious tubular chimes sounding the hours and quarters after the peals of Whittington or Westminster serve as a pleasing reminder of the passing hour The fifty styles give ample choice in design size and price all showing the moons phases in the dial arch sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co of this city and will send alog on request Gifts by Mail You can purchase gifts of Diamonds Sterling Silver Sheffield Plate Gold and Silver Jewelry Mantel Clocks Etc Correspondence Department at moderate prices Correspondence solicited Silversmiths Jewelers Goldsmiths The Frank Herschede Co Her chede Building Fourth Street East Cincinnati Ohio asa Ware illustratedcat I throughour i i f i i F i I i f Ii MIRRORS RESILVERED C Q SCHWARZ Hotel Upholstering Repairing Refinishing I have just received line of samples for upholster ing i Home Phone 255 J East Tenn 392 Iii BY f I 1 i covers i iL1 It Dow BIdg Opp Windsor 1 r I i I anew i i 75 to 750 I VardenSon Let us fill your Prescripto n s pure drugs and prompt service Wen 8 Son Druggist Many Varieties of Stamps There are at the present time over 21000 varieties of postage stamps in the World I I Attention1 Ladies Special Low Prices this Week In Ladies Misses and Childrens Suits Dry Goods Skirts Dress Goods Cloaks Silks T Waists Blankets Shoes Comforts Millinery V Etc v TWIN BROS Two Big Stores in One Cor 7th and Main Paris Kentucky Still Going On Vv Dont Forget the 1 v i Cash Raising Sale Is Still Going on at TwinBrosClothingand Shoe Department Simons Old Stand II I II W iJI II III II I I 1 N 11 II I 1 1H Ir l Jl L r l Ir t 4 I x r r 7i t 4- f i i i I art i a = ITALIAN CHEAP UK Railroad laborers Able to Get Along ou Less than 10 a Month x That Italian laborers save more at the same wages than any other European immigrants is a statement made in a report of the department of commerce and labor The reason is easily found says the York Sun A great majority of the unskilled laborers in this country are in railroad construction and simi carried on where there are no ac commodations for boarding and lodging the men boarding camp thus becomes essential to the contracting company- In the case of men of all nationali ties except the Italians a fixed charge is made for the boarding and lodging of each man The Italians however insist on buying and cooking their own food Investigation of the records of a contracting company employing many laborers of various in railroad construction showed that the actual cost to the company of groceries provisions and payment for cooks waiters fuel light etc at its boarding camps was 19 cents a meal or 399 a week for each man The men were charged 18 a month for board and lodging The Italians at the camps of the same company lived mostly on maca roni sausage cheese sardines and bread being the staples and the others used very sparingly The average monthly expense of each lab orer was as follows Twentyfive and onehalf pound loaves of bread at 8 cents 2 thirty pounds of macaroni at 7 cents 210 sau sage sardines and cheese 150 lard 90 cents Most of the Italians in addition to that amount spent an average of 3 a month for beer cheap cigars and tobacco which with the expense of 1 a month for shanty rent brought the total cost of living up to about 10 a month A Womans Heroism History has presented few exam ples of greater heroism than that of Mrs S J Rooke the telephone operator of Folsom N M who when warned by a resident of the hills to flee for her life from the flood speed to engulf the valey rejected the to save herself and em ployed the hour that intervened be tween the warning received and her own death by drowning in calling up Subscribers by telephone and ac quainting them of their danger More than 40 families have already their lives saved through the magnificent courage of one frail woman whose lifeless body with the telephone headpiece still adjusted to her ears was found 12 miles down the canyon Spurious Superiority Dr Johnson said of a certain Mr Kendrick Sir he is one of the men who have made themselves public without making themselves known That is to say all his fame rested on attributes he did hot own but pos sessed only as the jackdaw In the fable stuck the peacocks feathers In his tall He Could Not Quite Remember Voltaires plaint The necessity of saying something the perplexity of having nothing to say might have found an echo in an audience ad dressed for the third time in one service by an old gentleman famed for his readiness to speak I was thinking while sitting here of the words of the poet said he I cant just remember the words and the name of the poet has gone from Youths Companion Ends Winters Troubles To many winter is a season of trou ble The frost bitten toes and chapped hands and lips chilblains cold sores red and rough skinsprove this But such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial con vinces Greatest healer of burn boils piles cuts sores eczema and sprains Only 25c at Oberdorfers mosey New Th lone opportunity acknowledged me r employed nationalities Finding a fourleaf clover means finding good luck Using a Cloverleaf manure spreader insures perfect fertiliza tion for your soil Perfect fertilization means bumper crops You want them and we want to have them You can have them if you will come to us and get a Cloverleaf manure spreader It is the best spreader on the market and if you call we will explain wherein it excels If you are not just exactly sure what machine you want to buy call anyway and we will explain why the use of a manure spreader will increase your profits and why a Cloverleaf manure spreader will save you money We are saving a catalogue for you Wont you call and get it today b tt l f I 1 f I i I Garage and Supply Company Ir x r r you r i- BOUPhOD Saved From Awful Death How an appalling calamity in his family was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayettville N J R F D No 8 My sister had consump tion he writes she was very thin and pale had no appetite and seem ed to grow ever day as all remedies failed till Dr Kings New Discovery was tried and so com pletely cured her that she has not been troubled with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of For coughs colds la asthma croup bronchial trouble it has no equal 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Oberdorfor A Tree That Weeps During the driest months of the Rhodesian September and October a tree called by the na tives Mukololo exudes moisture in large drops from its topmost leaves and gives the traveler who happens to be standing in the immediate vicinity the Impression that a shower of rain is falling When the natives see one off these trees dripping they say The Mukololo is weeping for Even during the hottest day the tree weeps copiously Strand Crystal Gazing In Africa crystal gazing seems to be common Mr Lang cites a case from Madagascar where a woman is alleged to have seen a French vessel on its way thither and to have recognized its occupants weeks before the ship was In sight of land The Africans of Fez used a vessel of water and at the present day a pool of ink is In use in Egypt The Philosopher of Folly Eating food to keep it from spoil ing says the Philosopher of Folly Is converting ones self into a reduction plant Banks On Sure Thing Now Ill never he without Dr Kings New Life Pills again writes A N Y They cured me of chronic constipation when all others failed and debility 25c at Oberdorfers hemorhage- all yearAugust b r i t domestic Schingeck 647 street Buffalo jaundiceindigestion W gain r f Have You Tried It There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at the drug store Have you tried it not we urge to do so before your troubles have obtained such a hold on you that nothing will drive outEven now it may be nearly too late But try it any how If anything can you Cardui will It has helped in thousands of cases where other medicines had been tried in vain Why should it not do the same for you l Take tti CARDUI The Womans Tonic My daughter Octava would have been in her today had it not been for that fine medicine Cardui writes Mrs Laura Lawrence of Drennon Ky Nothing I tried helped my daughter until she had taken Cardui I had sent for the doctor when I thought of your medicine and got a 1 bottle When she had Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use on the bottle Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn totSHcialliutructions and 84page book Home for Women rI W recommendCardui sent free t 7 Treatment 1 = BREWED FROM T CHOICEST PUT UP IN CASKS OF 6 Doz Large Bottles or 10 Doz Smell Bettlet in CASES of 2 Doz Large Bottles or 3 Ooz Small Bottfot Write for Prices and how to Order You violate no Law by keeping UON BEER in your home for your own use ADDRESS LION BREWERY The BREWING CO CINOINNATI O i Hlt IttAn mport Pfi OR r IiP It i anal 1 = = = East Tenn Telephone Cm INCORPORATED rV For reliable telephone both local and LONG DISTANCEuse the East Tennessee Bour bon County Exchanges at Paris North Middletown v Ruddles Mills ifPWhen you have East Tennessee service you HAVE telephone service The East Tennessee Telephone CeT INCORPORATED ttAMAMMINW C R TURNER Successor to O R Turner Co DEALER IN GOOD COAL Now is the time during the early season to fill your coal house to meet the requirements of the weather sure to come this winter My prices are low for the very best coal Ynur orders respectfully solicited C E TURNERI- n rear of Dow Block Opposite Hotel Windsor Paris Ky vV Tenn Phone 58 I v4T Wff fffm m service Sf Sr iiimWiiwWW Wd I P J j fL y J irl cE f1 Est it 0 A itf 11I mt4i I f 1 illersburg Little Rock and I I cellar or cold Y r THE BOURBON NEWS PARIS Simon D INCORPORATED Great Reductions in Ladies and Misses Tailored Suits Coats Skirts and Millinery Red Fern Corsets at Cost to Discontiue the Line Shoes at Cost to Discontinue the Department Full Line of Beautiful For Christmas 0L 23 1910 t t w iM TI2e KIU Offers 1 I j I KENTUCKY DEC r iNTiT N i Ni iN- a Sfore Paris I T F i f Articles c The Simon Department Store f ee t raus Co SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS Something that Will Please Every Member of the Family Toys Dolls Etc For the Children Special Reductions in Suits for Ladies and Misses Furs Muffs and Scarfs at Bargain Prices Kaufman Straus Co tJ I I rrI I Xaufman j I i J ow t l 1 It a I I I vi I 8c I 1 LEXINGTON Central Kentuckys Graatest Department Store 1 Physicians Advisetire use of a to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested jfood from gettinginto your system The latest product of science is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable gentle Tellable and of a pleasant aromatic taste Velvo acts on the liver as well as on the stomach and bowels and is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation indigestion sick headache feverishness colicflatulence etc Try VF 1biliousness f it VELVO One of the Many Popular Shapes That We Are Showing A moderately priced one too If youar e looking for The Rat youll find it in our pres pint handsome display of smart millinery have made extra efforts this ssason to reach the idea of 1 every woman and feel confident o your securing a satisfactory Mrs Coriie pnr0hase here c 0 f tI t j arson rd rI Cr d u- r LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP MISS JESSIE BROWN Art Embroidery Materials Dolls and Fancy Novelties E fail Puia 716 Curtis Ovelby BARBERS f Successors to Carl Crawford I Chairs 3All White Parbers Hot and Cold Baths The Public Patronage Re spectfully Solicited Overby e J w Curtis LET US BE YOUR SOLICITOR Our Printing Will HELP YOUR TRADEi Every Kind of Commercial Law and Social Printing In Up to Date Styles When In Need of JobtuorK Call at TM Office Importance of the Letter Letters are the very nerves and arteries of they are the vital spirits and elixir of love which in the case of distance and long absence would be in hazard to languish and quite molder away with out them friendshipnay 1 ifr r Keally Kind Mother telling the history of our first parents Eve ate the fruit and she gave some to Adam mamma How kind of her A Hard One Wife You promised that if I would marry you my every wish would be gratified Husband Well isnt it I wish I hadnt mar ried you I of DollYOh WifeNo And NO WORK THERE The husband looks aa though he were overworked It was in school The children were studying the stationers table Twentyfour sheets one quire Twenty quires one ream The teacher asked Who tell what a stationer is Two little boy raised their hands John said the teacher A stationer is a man who keeps a station said John confidently Frank tell me what you think- I think a stationer is er he declared confidently Why do you think so Frank ask ed the teacher curiously Because I dont know anyone else who would have twentyfour sheets Limpy had to splits up twice as much wood as usual afore th old lady would gimme a handout Blinny Bob Whats th cause of it Limpy Th increased cost of livin I spose Householder to street musicians No I shant give you anything You play all out of tune Cornet confidentially Well Ill tell you ow it is sir Theres some of em as a grudge against others and does it o purpose Butler Lady Gray and the new Mrs the cook up first Jorkins Lady Gray can wait but the cook Judge to barber sentenced to death If you have a last request the court will be glad to grant it Barber I should like to shave the prosecuting attorney Horrors Is he after my diamonds No madame He only wants to borrow a can of gasolene German By three hings we learn play and wine All He Was Worth Once there was an Indian named Big Smoke employed as a missionary to his fellow Smokes A white man encountering Big Smoke asked him what he did for a living Umph Big Smoke me preach That What do you get for preaching get ten dollars a year Well the white man thats damn poor pay Umph said Big Smoke me damn poor preacher I DoctorYour political Can a BillI Limp I FrostShow wontLife I menlove Iso i 1 t 1 t 1 madam Y backdoor Proverb f a i d + Incorporated NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial of Scotts Emulsion in a very short time It not only builds her up but enriches the mothers I effects milk and properly the child Nearly all mothers who nurse theirchildrenshould take this splendid food tonic not only to keep up strength but to properly nourish their childrenFOR BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send 100 name of paper and this ad for our beautiful Savings Bank and Childs SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Just Had to Do It See here said the judge to the garrulous prisoner who was acting as his own attorney youll have to cut out those interruptions I wont allow you to waste the time of the court But your honor rejoined the what else can I do Ive got no lawyer to do it for me Enemy of Rattlesnake No resident of Arizona New Mex or Texas would kill a It is firmly believed that the bird is the deadly enemy of that monster of the desert the rattle snake The accepted tradition is that the roadrunner and the are deadly enemies and that the rattlesnake fears the roadrun ner beyond anything else How True Homely women angle for men says the Philosopher of Folly but a pretty girl depends on her curves The Test of Civilization The quality of the bread which a nation eats is the true index of the grade of civilization Bakers Weekly Wants to Help Some One For thirty years J P Boyyer of Fertile Mo needed help and couldnt find it Thats he wants to help someone now Suffering so long him self he feels for from back that Electric Bitters work for such troubles Five bot tIes he writes wholly cured liver trouble blood dis orders female complaints and mala ria Try them 50c at Oberdorfers I nourishes theirown prisoner road runnel rattlesnake appetitelassitudewon- ders m heartyIts e r P8IiSKgI I N Something to Remember Bear this in mind love ar never burned until after youve mar ried the girl and sometimes not then Detroit Free Press Alphabetical a strong egotistic tendency in modern literature Yes when a man to be start tingly emphatic he used a big D Now he uses a large I Margplens Lard Make your wife a Ares ent of a can of lard per pound in 50 pound cans until December 26 Margolen Paris Ky Professional Cards Harry E Mathers DENTIST Opposite Frank o Dr Wm Kenney PARIS KENTUCKY Office 514 Main Street PRACTICING PHYSICIAN Offices Rooms and 5 Elks Paris Kentucky WII IAMS ATTORNEYATLAW zoom 1 Building IAn Shift Formerly wanted 1 1212c I I I L II I C S E T 13fi Home f E T 334Residence HQme 334r IDR A H SELLER 4 Bldg J J I letters r liz 12c f 3 J f F Office Phones 138- r 4 r WINTER TOURIST TICKETSTO AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTSON SALE DAILY VIA IQUEENCRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING MAY 31 1011 FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL ON ANY AGENT QUEEN ft CtEMENT MUTE OH WRITE fi C KING Passcaeer and Ticket Agent Mala St LEXINGTON KYV FLORIDA t1j i 1 I I lOll j ff ioff l J l T UNTIL i C I- u R i r JTHE BOURBON PARIS KENTUCKY DEC 23 ISIO 0 c 0 NEWS ii IT BAKING POWDER It i1I t RoFrI mailed free RoyalCook Tells How to Make 178 Kinds of Cake Cakes of all kinds for all people are with f bestmade SPECIALLY FINE FOR LAYER GAME Sewed Man in Mule Skin Burt Brown of Gun Lost Ga had the unusual experience of being sewed up six in a mules carcass Brown and several companions were returning hone by a country road when suffering from the effects of too much liquor collapsed by the near the carcass of a dead mute The practical jokers seeing Brown stowed him away Pitching up the hide with stringy The sleeping man finally awoke and 3 roadside It your address immediatelyon began yelling Two men came up and hearing shrieks cut the stitches and let Brown out cold and badly frightened Candies Nunnellys fine box candies fresh by expresstf VARDEN SON Christmas 6 tf CHAS CLENDENIN N tinnelly s TurkeysIl Beginning Saturday And Continuing Week Of course you are going to give some one a House Slipper for a Xmas presentNow is your chance Come to us for your Xmas Footwear purchases the difference We have the finest assortment of House Slippers and Shoes for Men Women and Children at the lowest prices I J I 1 I 1 andsave I I Next 1i F j t I 3i Mens Shoes Mens Custom made Shoes in Box Calf Gun Metal and Patent Colt button and lace 4 value i Special 299 styles Button and Lace 350 value Special 249 Mens and 3 values Special 199 and 224 I 1 I I quality t I 275 O I i M z1 s Mens House Slippers Mens Black and Tan soft Kid Opera Slip pers 150 values Special 99c Mens Black and Tan high grade Slippers handturned soles Special 149 Mens Slippers 175 value Special t24j Special Offering In Xmas Footwear McGinn Was Not Murdered At Tuesday the jury investigated death of Dennis L McGann better known in the base ball world as DanMcGann returned a verdict that he came to his death from a bullet wound in his heart iniflcted by his own hand in his room at Hotel Second and Jefferson streets on December 13 The inquest was conducted by Coro ner Ellis Duncan For the Holiday Use hook whiskey at 2 00 per gallon This whiskey is 100 proof JOHN JOHNSON 15 tf Tenth and Pleasant Sts Good News The ladies will all be glad to know that Miss Holladays home made can die sare now on sale at Bruce Holla days 25 tf Fancy Baskets had a look at those we are showing The exquisite line ever brought to Paris Price 25 cents to and up and dont think that we havent the good things to put in them either fur we have 20 2t JAS E CRAVEN Has Teeth Made of Hickory In Hart county reisdes a man that claims the distinction of being the oldest mail carrier in the United States and now he asks the Govern ment to retire him on a pension This man is Frank Forbis who is ninety years of age rand has been carrying the mail from Munfordville to CUD Run a distance of fifteen miles daily for half a century During his life has lost only three teeth and has worn false teeth made out of seasoned hickory They aro cut by him so as to fit about the other teeth They last for several years and when they wear out he makes others The aged carrier filed his application for a pension a few d ys ago For the Holiday Use During the holidays we are offering fouryearold Wigglesworth and Van hook whiskey at 200 per gallon This whiskey is 100 proof i JOHN JOHNSON 15 tf Tenth and Pleasant Sts Louisville that offeringfouryearold youhave5 I T coroners the most Store Open Evenings Till Christmas 1 tI I L J 1 Womens Mouse Sliders Ladies Nullifiers in black brown blue and gray 1 79o Women extra handsewed valueSpecial 99c Womens fine house Slippers Special 124 Special 125 trimmed fine Nullifiers Womens Shoes Womens latest style footwear All leathers included Button and lace Special 224 Womens 3 and 350 ShoesSpecial 249 Childrens RubberBoots red tops just the thing to give the little ones for Xmas Special 159 Misses and Childrens Jockey Boots 99c to 249 j I I I I I + SPECIALMens and Womens Alligator and Plush House Slippers 39c Give Him a Present of a Pair of WalkOver Shoes They Are Long Remembered COHEN336 Main Street Paris Kentucky a iB SIGN Iilli T- II o- l I J I 1 f r4 Ar l1E1iiBIG bEG PIC 1 s u t SS DANr i f- Y E wlarl antr r aa r arl f = + Young Man Drowned at Millers Tuesday Taken from Stream Early Next Day WAS NATIVE OF MADISON Remains Taken to Richmond for Burial Thursday Happen ing in Millersburg The body of Price Todd aged 21 years who was drowned in Hinkston creek Tuesday afternoon about 5 30 oclock was recovered Wednesday morning at an early hour following an ineffective search which continued far in the night Tuesday Todd was residing with Mr J E Mann and had been stripping tobacco for him in the barn of McClin tock Mann resided on farm of A T Vimont and Todd in company with Harry Mann after the days work was done was teturning home It was much nearer to reach home by cross ing the creek they believing that the ice was yet firm They attempted to cross bacK of the property of Dr T R Hurt in the bend of the creek Todd was walking a little in advance of Mann and had gotten out about twenty feet from the shore when the ice broke with him Mann called to him to hold on to the ice until he could procure a pole Todd in his frntic efforts to extricate himself made several attempts to get out on the ice Mann returned with the just as Todd went down the last time His cap was still floating on the water The alarm was soon given and in a lit a large searching party was on the scene The ice was broken the creek dragged but as the night was cold with no light except lanterns the search ineffectual and was about nine oclock The search was renewed Wednesday morning Messrs J D Bradley and 0 M Thomas went out in a boat and tying four hooks on a long line began dragging It was soon found that one of the hooks had taken hold of some thing On drawing in the line it was ascertained that the body had been found and the hook had caught in the right trouser leg It was taken at once to the under taking establishment of Mr Joe Mock where it was prepared for buri al and was taken to Richmond Thurs day morning leaving here on the 9 Ml train where it was buried Thursday afternoonMr a native of Madison county and has resided in and around MillersbuIg for the past two years For a time he resided with his sister Mrs Arthur Rigg until the family moved to the country For several months he has been in the employ of J E Mauna Mr J H Shcptaugh has returned after touring Colorado for a month If you want a nice get ittat 13 2t Messrs J M Batterton and Vimont Lyle of New York City arjs of their aunt Mrs Sue Sanduskv We have a nice line of fancy candy in boxes See them you buy LOUIS VIMONT Miss Louise Warford of Campbell riagerman college Lexington is at home for the Christmas holidays Dont fail to see our Christmas window before the best is gone 13 4t AARON McCONNELL Miss Burroughs will enter tain a number of friends Monday evening at six oclock Our floors are crowded with Christmas goods Open at nights TOE W MOCK Miss Mary McDaniel who is teach ing near Lexington will arrive Satur day for the Christmas holidays We have a large line of queensware and Louise cut glass Price right 13 2t LOUIS VIMONT Messrs Ernest and Chas Fisher are at home from Henry Emery Col lege Va for the Cnristmas holidays Mr and Mrs J M Alverson of Frankfurt will arrive Friday as the guest of her father Mr J G Allen and family- I am prepared to do your engraving 13 4t AARON McCONNELL Miss Dorothy Peed who is teaching in the graded schools at Birmingham Ala will arrive Saturday for the Christmas holidays Mr F F Hurst and family will leave Saturday to spend Christmas with her parents Mr and Mrs Ed ward Cochran at Elizaville The M M I closed for the Christ mas holidays Thursday Most of the student body left Friday for their homes Both M M I and M F will reopen on January 3 Mrs Richard Lyle Buffington of Huntingtcn W Va arrived Monday to spend the Christmas holidays with her sister Mrs W M Miller Mr Buffington will arrive this evening Miss Bessie Purnell who is teaching the graded at Paris with her mother and sister Mrs Martha Purnell and Miss Mary Agnes for the Christmas holidays Messrs Clark Leer A J Thaxton and Carrollton Ball at home irom entucky State University Lexington are at home for the holi days The M F C closed Wednesday afternoon trains and the early trainsThursday morning few leftWednesday morning Amity Lodge No 40 F A M will its annual election December 27 All members urged to be present After the election oysters will be served in the h TOO DSBOOYR ECOVERED burg j Peep droppinghimpole I tlewhile as W as I can I VI MONTS I I D fore 132t I I I I styledesigned C in is are holidaysMost t j a t abandoned doll guests Fannie 1 schools hold uesda evening are w fl dining hall f the temple after which smoker will he enjoyed inter speraedri by several addresses The for lowing program has been arranged J B Cray toastmaster subjects The University of Masonry Rev T W Watts The Duty of the Lodge to its Sink and Destitute O R Rankin The Little Things that Count M P Collier The Goat W V Shaw Handing Lemons R M Caldwell Make a useful Christmas present this year such pocket knife bak ing dish coal vase set of carvers Rogers table knives and forts bug gy rohes and other articles at The Hardware Store These will give all years pleasure 20 2t Mr and Mrs M D Hurst of Eliza ville will arrive today to spend the Christmas holidays with their sisters Mesdames Elizabeth Stirman and S H Endicott Miss Judith Beeding of Cincinnati another sister will also arriveWhile you are enjoying the pleasure of giving make us by paying your account which has been due since last January 23 3t SMITH WADELL Mr A T Moffitt and family Mr and Mrs D E Clarke accompanied by their broter and sisterinlaw Mr and Mrs W T Clarke will spend a por tion of the Christmas holidays Christmas day with their parents Mr and Mrs James Clark at Sharps burgBest line of watches charms lockets tie and beauty pins brooches cuff and collar buttons rings brace lets souvenir spoons ever shown in Millersburg and cannot be duplicated elsewhere 13 4t AARON McCONNELL Irwin Taylor of Rochester N Y guest of his daughter Mrs R S Sanders from Saturday until Monday leaving on that day by his daughter Miss Bel Taylor who has been in the Sanders home for several weeks for Florida where they will spend the winter If you would pay us your account which have been due since our books were closed since last January you would increase your selfrespect and make us feel even more kindly toward the world DRS MILLER SMITH Mr and Mrs Clarence Plummer of Hazen Ark were guests of relatives here Tuesday and Wednesday going to Paris where they will spend the Christmas holidays Mrs Plummer was formerly Miss Lucy and for a time last year was night operator for the Bourbon LHome Telephone Company Mrs Ed Boots aged 27 years died Wednesday at 7 p m at her home of pneumonia Mrs Boots has been in failing health since last April with tuberculosis but until within the last ten days she has been able to go about the house doing all of her indoor work Tuesday she seemed to contracted a deep cold which into pneumonia but her condition was not thought to be necessarily critical minutes before she died she complained to her hus band of feeling cold and numb saying she could not see A physician was hastily summoned but she expired be fore he arrived Mrs Boots before marriage was a Miss Martin and her family resides in Bracken county near Augusta She by her hus eralt his morning at 11 oclock at the residence Burial in Millersburg came tery Home Made Candies Miss Holladays celebrated hove made candies now on sale at Bruce Holldays 25 tf Watch the Window Watch my show windows for that Christmas present- J T HINTON Dr Mathers Dentist Try Dr Mathers Dentist ten years Fancy Cheese Pineapple Edam Pimento and New York cream 20 2t G P COOK CO short t I Was Day Abouttwenty issurvived rangingin I I uptodate t asa including have developed = Just in time for Christmas VictorVictrqla XI 100Yo VictorVictrola X 75 Bloodino Blood arid Kidney Tablet cure Diseases by curing the The Corporation Boston Gentlemen V Kindly send me six boxes of Bloodlne Blood and Tablets They have helped me sore than any remedy I have ever old ruptured suffer much from Kidney and Bladder I have only a doseslef of the box you sent me so kindly send Tablets promptly V Thomas Taylor Adams III People to Freeze in Million Years Men will freeze to death ori ItheV equator millions of years hence ae cording to Dr Harvey Wiley Whio forsook the subject of in in addressing the Secular League at Washington this week and discussed the question Is man to ultimately starve or freeze Dr Wiley said he believed the earth was slowly cooling and that the pIe of the distant future must freeze though he declared for a million years at least humanity would not suffer from lack of feed or fuel In the frigid days that are yet to come according to Dr Wiley the windswill serve as fuel Froin my knowledge ot the lawsof electricity he said and from prac tical experiments already being made 1 prophesy the currents of air wHich have been agents of desti tp man will yet be harnessed for his pre servation Xmas Candies If you want a nice fresh box ofccan dy get Nunnellys at VARDEN See Sauer for Prices vilf Special prices made for Sunday A schools for fruits ancf candies u Look in the Window Look at my window x j T HINTON SPECIAL PRICES TODAY See the Mission Rockers in my window at 350 Special prices for today and tomorrow J T HINTON Box Papers The finest lot of box papers foe Christmas presents such as Cranes and Kurds none better Just the thing for gifts 66t CLARKE Co Christmas Fruits Give me your order for apples oranges bananas and Ma Iga grapes Christmas My stock is first class p 6 tf CHAS CLENDENIN The Best Whiskeys Etc fprithe Holidays The best whiskey in the for the price take your choice rsBOTTLED IN BOND Foindexter made in 1902 per qfc 125 Poindexter made in 1904 100 Sam Clay made in 1902 1 25 Sam Clay made in 1904 per qt 100 VanHook 7 years old qt 100 We sell the best per whiskey that can be had anyplace Choice wines cordials etc always on hand Lion Beer in case lots of S pints 200 per case r Let us have your order for the holi days M 9 5t T F BRANNON Fine Fruits and Candies The finest fruits oranges bananas grapes apples figs dates nuts and all candies for Christmas Ifyou want something nice see us Prices to suit all pocketbooks 20 2t JAS E CRAVEN Cr Kidney i Blood ne i fail few h i I t r W I pea uctian I or 1J tf y 7 163t J i s r t i f per 74 qt fl2 00 ft dozen cJ i cause Mice t germs food t r SONS r SAVER hF C fS r world ry per t per kinds of XIV 150 VictorVictrola r Three new styles of the famous Victor Victrola at less prices than JhisAinsJrumehfe has ever sold before iy f3Sure to be good news for people it More good news Well arrange easy terms to suit your convenience if you dont want to pay cash i r f rr many r r christmas y DAUGHERTY BROS Victor t