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0 t THE THEBOQRB IBOIJRB BOURBON N NEWS vS l PARIS A I s r KENTUCK NTY c DEC DE 30 3 30 1010 1910 f I >
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I t Of Ollnterestto Interest to Paris Readers ReadersOT
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For months Paris citizens have seen
in seenin in these tbesecolumnR columns enthusiastic praise of
Soan Doans Doan residentsWould S Kidney idney Pills = by byParis Paris residents
Would these
prominent people recom recomlend ¬
mend lend a a jeraedy that tbathad had not proven re ¬
liable reliable Would they confirm their theirstatements theirstatements
statements after years had elapsed if ifpersonal ifpersonal
personal personalexperince experience had not shown the theremedy
remedy to be worthy of endorsement
No Ng endorsementNg hadthan Qstronger stronger proof of merit can be had
than cures ures that have stood the test of ofy
y time The following statement should
carry caryconviction conviction to the mind of every
Paris everyParis reader readerMrs readerMrs
Mrs J W Huffman 115 115N N Main Maini
i street street Paris Ky says I gladly g ladlY
corroborate orrob rate the public statement I Igave
gave in 1905 in an which I I made mad the thE fact facti factL
Kidneyi i known that I had used Doan Doans s Kidney
i t Pills Pilt with satisfactory sa tiS factory results r I had hadtj
tj sharp pains pa Pains ns across cil S9 IP P11 back and a d kid kldneys kidHeys ¬
L neys and at times waS so s miserable W r Qle
1 ° p that Icould I could hardly attend at lend t6 my work
Headaches and dizzy iz y spells were also aso alsoeommvr
eommvr ommon Doan Doana Kidney itliley Pills pHt removid remov f3mov
a f3mova xd d aIr t these th h hs ellt s symptoms of disordered d disorder lsordedidneys d
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For sale by all dealers Price 50
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DEATHS
S The Hon H n John D Young aged
87 Mondayight years died at Ml Sterling Monday Mond y ynight
night n ight of general genera debility Judge
Young JudgeYoung was widely known and andmany many manyyears manyyearss
years ago was wasprominent prominent in Kentucky Kentuckyaffairs Kentuckyaffairs
affairs He was born in Bath county countywhere countywhere
where he was three times elected electedCou electedCounty
County Cou ty Judge and served as deputy dt deputysheriff > puty putysheriff
sheriff sheriffJudge
Judge Young was elected to Congress Con COIgresB ¬
gress from the district now known as asthe asthe
the Ninth in 1867 but his seat was was wascont wascontested
contested cont sted by Samuel McKee and
Young BndYoung was ousted Later he was wasagain wasagain
again chnsenfas the Democratic can candidate candidate ¬
didate was elected and served one oneterm oneterm
term at WashingtonJudge Washington WashingtonJudge WashingtonJ
inlaw Judge J udge Young was well versed in
law was a fine writer and had written writtenmany writtenmany
many historical sketches of Eastern E st rn rnI
I Kentucky KentUlk EasternKentucky He was noted for forh hi hiq rug rugged
ged rugrged honesty his hi loyalty to his friendsand friends friendsand
and his charity Judge Young was the thegrandfather thegrandfather
grandfather of Chapman Young of
Louisville ofLouisville He had been be n a member of ofa ofa
a Masonic lodge for almost a lifetime lifetimee lifetimeHe
He l lifetimel e was Wl a buried gri iq it Mt Sterling Tues Tuesday Tuesay ¬
day d ay ayliiClt
Ms M Eugenia i1ugeniaHume Hume Hume died in in Inmend Rich ltu1hmond =
mond Tuesday following an illness of ofn1y f
only nly a few days aged seventyfive seventyfiveShe seventyfiveShe
She was a sister of the theyJate Jate Jate Major MajorCurtis MajorCurtis
Curtis F Burnam and is is an n aunt of offormer offormer
former Chief Justice A R Burnam Burnamof Burnamof
of Richmond Two daughters and one cneson oneson
son survive Mrs L H Herrington Herringtonand Herringtonand
and Mrs Harvey Chenault of Rich Richmond Richmond ¬
mond and Ed Hume H ume of Louisville LouisvilleWilliam
William Gipson Eads residing on onthe onthe
the Fords Mill road is dead of the in infirmities infirmities ¬
firmities of old age in his seventy seventyseventh seventyseventh
seventh year Mr Eads was The Ihefat thefattier
father fat eI of fourteen children nine of ofwhom ofwhom
whom four sons and nd five daughters daughtersand daughtersnd
and a nd his widow survive surviveMr
Mr Eads was a member of the thePresbyterian thePresbyterian
Presbyterian church The funeral funeralservices
services will take place at the Presby Presbyterian Presbyterian ¬
terian church at Beards in Scott coun county county ¬
ty on Friday afternoon at 1 oclock oclockThe cl ck ckThe
The interement will follow in the thechurch th thchurch e
church yard yarnSacred
Sacred Concert at the Comet CometManager CometManager
Manager R S Porter of the Comet CometTheatre ComeTheatre t
Theatre > has made arrangements with withthe wit h
the Rev W V T Tichborn or Colum Columbus Columbus ¬
bus Ohio Ohio to present at the Comet CometTheatre ComeTheatre t
Theatre on Sunday afternoon January
1 1 the beautiful beaut ful Biblical Biblicalbtory atory tory in mov moving ¬
ing pictures of The Marriage o oEsther of ofEsther f
Esther This is i one of the prettiest prettiestanj prettiesani t
and most interesting of Bible stories storieswhich storieswhich
which has been presented in the differ different ¬
ent nt moving picture picturehousea houses throughout throughoutthe throughoutthe
the country on Sunday afternoons during during dur ¬
ing the past few months monthsand and the themana managers mana managers ¬
gers of the Comet were enabled t tsecure to tosecure o
secure it only for one afternoonThe afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe
The first performance will willbegin begin at a t
130 oclock sharp and will last for 45 45minutes 4 4minutes 5
minutes During the run of the pic pieture picture ¬
ture a program of sacred music will be berendered b brendered e
rendered including The Holy City CityA
A small admission fee of five cents centswill centwill
will be becharged charged to defray the expen expenses expenses ¬
ses sesThe The Rev Mr Tichborne Tichb rne is usin usinhis using usinghis g
his share of the receipts to qualify qualifyhimself qualifD Y
himself through a college education to tobecome t tbecome D
become a missionary missionar to China
Insure with W W 0 Hintpn Hinton HintonPrompt
HintonI I
Prompt paying non union unioncompanies union unioncompanies
companies tf tfLiquid I
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Liquid Eggs Confiscated Coni ConfiscatedNine scated i I iI iI
Sine ine tons of liquid eggs were w re seized sezf seizedTuesday
I Tuesday by Federal officers in the cold cullstorage I
storage plant of the Met Merchants chants Ke tiefrigerator Refrigerator
CityThe frigerator Company in Tersey City CityI I
The warrant of seizure which was is issue issue3 ¬
sued sue 1 by a United States Commission Commissioner ¬
er de descTibes defCl cribFs ibfs the eggs as filthy anddecomposed and anddecorrposed
decomposed The Jersey J rsey City Boardof Board Boardof
of Health H ath will be asked to destroy destroythem destroythem
them The egg were consigned from fromChicago fromChicago
Chicago ChicagoA
A Speedy Cure for forConstipation
Constipation estionLiver Biliousness Dyspepsia Indigestion Indi Indiestion estion
Liver Complaints Tired Feeling Fcelin Had Taste in inthe inthe
alldiseases the Mouth Bad Complexion Nervousness N enousness and all
diseases of the Stomach Liver Liveran and Dowels LowelsBloodinc
U Bloodinc Liver Pillsact Pills pm pmact i iact
act Rently t ently yet thoroughly upon upon the bowels liverstomach liver liverstomach
stomach stomachand and digestive organs The pill pills in oles olesand old oldand
and chronic cases of cpnstipaion consupa consnparton ion and indigestion mdigestionact
act it t once without griping nor do they leave any anyunpleasant anyunpleasant
unpleasant aftereffects nor form a constant habit habitof habitof
of purging produced by other cathartic remedies remediesIt
44 4 Bloodlne Liver Pills pm pmrest Pillsrestore
restore rest re the deranged deran ed and torpid liver to its itsnonnal itsnonnalcondition normal normalcondition
condition and healthful action Remove and m pre prevent ¬
vent constipation by securing a natural natur11md and regu regu ¬
lar regular operation of the bowels and relieve those un unpleasant nopleasant ¬
pleasant symptoms which attend a diseased or ormorbid ormorbid
morbid condition conditionofjhe of oLthe jhe liver stomach stomarhand and bowels bowelsTo bowelsTo
To assist la i1attainihg attaining this thisend end the following sug suggestions suggestions ¬
gestions are offered offeredREMARKS offeredREMARKS
lortheir REMARKS Everyone who uses pills for fortheir
their largedoses action on the liver should know l now that large
doses rarely prove prove as satisfactory as small smallones ones
Large onesLarge doses simply purge and pass out of the sys SS SStem ¬
tem system usually leaving the bowels constipated and andleldom andseldomn
tcldpnv leldom removing the cause cause of the trouble or or im ¬
prove haprove prove rov the general health On the other hand llandsmall handsmall
small doses develop the thcalterative alterative cffert of themedicine the themedicinei
medicine medicinei medicineido do not irritate or constipate the th bowelsbut bowels bcwelsbut
but gently gent gentiX gentiXstimulatee f fstimulate stimulate the liver and prevent the theaccumulatIon theaccumulatton
accumulation of bile by directing its flow into the theproper thechannels
proper channels Therefore Therforeitiadvisable it is advisable to tocom com commence ¬
mence properece ece by b taking not over one or two pills at bed beltuna bedttme ¬
time and an increase dose as necessary
necessaryPORTLAND
PORTLAND MB
GENTS MBGENTS I find findcour your cour Bloodine Liver Pills Pillsu Pillsuthe Pillsthe
the themost most effective pill I Iever ever used They cause causeno causeno
no griping or constipative after afterefect effect as most liver liverpUb
P1 P1MRS pUb hi liverhi M W Yours truly trulyMRS trulyI trulyMRS
MRS AMADA RICHARDSON
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Notice to o Stockholders Stockhold oc o rs rsThe
The stockholders of Bourbon Bank BankParis BankParasKy
Paris ParasKy Ky are hereby notifiedth notified that t a aelection an anelection n
election of directors for the ensuing ensuingyear ensuingyear
year will be held at at the oiEce in the thebank th thbank e
bank onJMonday o n Monday January 2 1910 1910S s
S Sl Ei EiBEDFORD E BEDFORD Cashier CashierB
B WiUDI WOODFORD + RD President
Notice to o Stockholders StockholdersThe
The stockholders stockbodersof of of the theDfposit Deposit Bank Bankof Bankof
of Paris are hereby her by notified that an anelection anelection
election of directors for ensuing year yearwill yearwill
will be held at the office in the bank
on Monday January 2 2 19th 1911 0 s
H v C K THUMASCashier THOMAS rHOM fTafihio C ier ierJOS
JOS M Mk HALL > President
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MATRIMONIAL M MATRIMONIALJ MATRIMONIALA J TIUM p NlAL
A marriage license was issued
issuedTuesday
Tuesday PearcePaton by County Clerk Pearce
CartflrandMiss Paton to Mr DeBBieE Bessie E Carter Cartflrand and and
Miss Bessie B ssie WilsonMass Wilson
Miss Stella Kane of Cincinnati Cincinnatiand Cincinnatiand
and Lexington Mr Henry Lancaster of Lexing L exing ¬
ton were married in that city Tues ¬
Tuesday
day Mr Lancaster Lancast r is a brother of
ofMr
Mr Chas Lancaster of this cityTuesday city cityTuesday
LouisvilleMiss Tuesday Tuesday afternoon aiternoonin in in Louisville
Miss Ethel Carr of Lexington daugh ¬
daughter
ofParis ter of Mr F P Carr formerly of
Paris MrHouliban was united in marriage to Mr
Houlihan of Louisville They were
the werethe guests of honor Wednesday night
at nightat the Seelbach ata at a reception given
i by givAnby Mr Houlibans friends The young
people youngpeople NashviHeto will go directly to Nashville
to live Ii ve
liveThe
BooHeNeson The marriage of Miss Mary Boolie
HJesse Nelson of this county to Mr John H
Jesse of Versailles was quietly cele ¬
celebrated
brated Wednesday afternoon at the
thehome
JW home of the officiating minister Dr J
W Porter in Lexington
It was a beautiful simple wedding
weddingin
in in the presence of kinsmen and friends friendsand friendsand
and for the occasion the attractive attractiveroom
performed performed room oom in which the ceremony was per per ¬
formed was beautifully decorated with withplantil withplants
plants and flowers
The bride was wascharming wascharming
charming in a tailored suit of blue blueclot bluecloth
cloth clot with black picture hat trimmedwith trimmed trimmedwith
withplumes with plumes and andshe she wore a graceful gracefulcorsage gracefulcorsage
corsage bouquet of lillies of the val va valey ¬
ley valley Immediately after the ceremony
they ceremonythey left on the Southern train for a dwedding awedding
wedding ontheir JJ i trip of ofseveral several weeks ardon a 1 on
their inVersaiIles return will make their Home ome in
Versailles
VersaillesFirst
First irst arrangements were made for a
large alarge church wedding wed ifig but on account accountof account accountof
of illness in tne family plans were werechanged werechanged
changed The bride is one of Bourbon Bourboncount Bourboncountys
countys count s most attractive and popularyoung popular popularyoung
young women She is the daughter of ofthe ofthe
the late Mr and Mrs RObert Nelson Nelsonand Nelsonand
and has hasmade made mad her home since childhood childhoodwith
with Mr and Mrs Sheldon McDonald McUonaldof
of Bourbon She is pretty and accom accompHshed accompushed
pushed and much loved by a host of ofdevoted
ofdevoted
devoted friends and admirers admirersMr admirersMr admirersMr
Mr Jesse J esse belongs to a prominent
family prominentfamily of Versailles = s and holds a po position position ¬
sition with the Growers Tobacco Com Company ¬
pany in Lexington LexingtonMany LexingtonMany
Many friends have good wishes and andcongratufations andcongratulations
congratulations for the couple and andthey
they were remembered with numerous numerouhandsome s
handsome presents presentsOmnibus
Omnibus Claims Bill Passes PassesThe
The omnibus claims bill has passed passedthe posse possethe
the Senate and is now pending in the theHouse th e
House Claims Committee Senator Senat01Bradl SenatorBradley
Bradley Bradl y has made inquiries on the theHouse
House side and nd believes it will pass passthat pas pasthat
that body and be approved by the thePresident
President before adjournment adjo rnment Among Amongthe Amon
the list of Kentucky claims is a sum sumof su
of 600 to the th Baptist church and an dn d et
1215 1 215 to the First Presbyterian Presbyterianchurches n
churches of Paris ParisAsk
Ask for Old John Poindex Poindexter
ter Whisky None better 4t 4 t
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RELIGIOUS s
At A t the Baptist church Sunday the tb tbRev e
willI Rev RevJ J P Watts of Georgeton will willpreach wilpreach 1
I preach preachat at both the morning and even evening
ins servicesServices services 1h
Services at the Episcopal church churchSunday churc h
Sunday morning at 1030 10 30 and after afternooon afternooon
nooon at 4 oclock conducted by Rev RevJiM Re ReJLM v
JM JiM Maxon MaxonServices
Services at the First Presbyterian Presbytprianchurch Presbyteriachurch
church Sunday morning at 3030 JO 03 03oclock 30 30oclock
oclock will be conducted by Rev R RS R
S Sanders pastor of the Millersbur Millersburchurch Millersburg Millersburgchurch Rat
church There will be no services servicesnight at atnight
night the thechoir choir and many manymember many members membersdosiring memberdosiring
d dosiring ° siring to attend the musical serviceat services servicesat
at the Christian church churchMay
May Object to Crop Next Year YearJudging YearJudging
Judging from the views expressed e eapreese eapreeseby > prefserl prefserlby
by several prominent men affiliatewith affiliated affiliatedwith
with the Burley Tobacco Society whohave who wh o ohave
have talked since the tobacco conven cunvetion onvertion ¬
tion in Lexington last week there is isone i ione
one clause of the committees report repo repowhich rt
which hich dods not meet me t their endorse enc1orset endorsement ¬
ment t and which if finally adopted and andput an anput
put into the jrlPtfortn rl tform to be promugat promugated promugaed
ed by the delegated d > egatec1 convention called calledto calle calleto
to meet in in that city on January 5 ma maprove may mayprove
prove a troublesome obstacle in th thway the theway e
way of the hoped for working agree agreement agreement ¬
ment hetween the independent and the thepool th thpnol
pool adherents whose crops are now Lin Linthp ti tithe in
the Bui Burley ley Tobacco Tobaccodocietys Societys pool poolThis poolThi poolThis
This Thi is the clause that recommends reclmmendsI
no pooling pColingof of the th 1911 crop and the theCUtl th thcutting e
I cuts cutting ing out of tho 1912 crop by order ordering ordering ¬
ing that no nQ tobacco be grown grown that thatyear the theyear
year yearIt It is argued that if a crop is grown grow growin
in grownin in 1911 1911even even if a pool is is formed by byunion a aunion
union of all interests that there will willbe wi wibe 11
be enough Burley tobacco raised cu cuside cut outside t 11t
side of the pool in Kentucky Indiana IndianaI IndianOhio
I Ohio Missouri and West Virginia Virginiawhich Virginiawhich Ii Iihas
which added ad ed to what the tobacco trust lrusthasaready tru truIi s st
has hasaready already bcught this year on the theopen th thopen
open market mark t to supply it for at least leasttwo leas leastwo t
two years I Iyet yet Land and under these th se ci cir circumstances ¬
cumstances cicumatances nothing would be accom accomplished acco accoplashed accom ¬
plished by cutting out the 1912 crop cropwhile cro
while bythe the 1909 and 1910 crops held by b btho
the poolers would have to be sacricfied sacricfiedif sacricfieif a
if disposed of at all alltir allGood tir r
Good Week Weekat at the Comet CometChristmas CometChristmas
Christmas Christmas week at the Comet CometTheatre Come ComeTheatre
Theatre has been one oneof one Jof ofexceptianal ofexceptianalfeatures of exceptional exceptienfeatures
features and in spite of the few days daysof day dayof
of disagreeable Iweather weather the little littletheatra Litt Litttheatre
theatre has enjoyed the most remark remarkable ¬
able week in the history of ufoits its shorexistence short shortexistence
existence A delightful land and enter entertaining entetaming ¬
taining selection of motion pictures
and songs have been the offering offeringTwo off offeringTwo ri ng ngTwo
Two features added to the the Comet Cometfew a afew
few weeks ago havefhad the effect of ofinducing
inducing a great number of people to tobcome t tbecome
become regular patrons Little or no nocomment n ncomment
comment is necessary as to the enter entertaining ente entetaming r ¬
taining qualities of Mr Metcalfe in inthe i ithe
the illustrated songs and Miss Nell NeUMarcum Ne NeMarcum
Marcumwho Marcum who presides at the piano pianoThe p piinoThe 1no 1noThe 1d
The former formereach each day is to be heard heardin hear hearin
in a new and uptodate song and andmaking is ismaking
making a decided hit in each selection selectionWec1nesdayevtning
Wednesday Wec1nesdayevtning evening Casey Cas y Jonestook Jones Jonestook
took the th audiences audienc s by storm and he hewas h hwas
was compelled Jmpell d to respond to several severalenchores sever severenchores al
enchores enchoresThe
The playing of Miss Marcum Mar um is a adistinctive adistinctive
distinctive feature in in itself andx and the theaudienc th thaudiences
audienc audiences sar aradeligbted deli btEd with the ap appropriate a apropriate
propriate and well well rendered rendered music musical 1
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