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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, JAN. 3, 1910.
THE BOURBON NEWS.
Woman s Power
Woman's most glorious endowment is the power
to awaken and hold the pure and honest love of a
worthy man. WhctJ she loses it aad still loves on,
no one in the wide world can know ihe heart agony
she endures. The woman who suffers from weak
ness and derangement of her special womanly or
ganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of
a man. Her General health suffers and she loses
BOTH 'PHONES, 124. NO. 320 MAIN STREET.
There may be those who think they have a
peculiar foot, demanding a custam-mode shoe.
The illusion is banished to the
which is so constructed and in such variation
of sizes that any foot can be fitted.
SWIFT CHAMP. - - Editor and Owner
Entered at the Paris, Kentucky, Postoffice as Second-class Mail Matter.
Established in 1881 2$ Years of Continuous Publication
her good looks, her attractiveness, her amiability
and her power and prestige as a woman. Dr. R.V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.Y., with
the assistance of his staff of able physicians, has prescribed for and cured maay
thousands of women. He has devised a successful remedy for woman's ail
ments. It is known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is a positive
specific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, regit
lates, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No honest dealer will
advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,
SICK WOMEN WELL.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate aad streagtkea Stomach, Ltver aad Bowalm.
Display advertisements, $1.00 per nch for firs time; 50 cents per inch
each subsequent insertion; reading notices, 10 cowts per line each issue;
reading notices in black type, 20 cents per lino each issue; cards of thanks,
calls on candidates and similar matter, 10 cents per lizfe.
Special rates for big advertisements.
Published Every Tuesday awdx Friday.
Geo. M cWillams,
The Shoe Man.
fL.OO SIX MONTHS
.Payable in Advance
Take a Tumble
To the fact that
alone is not economy.
pay too little as well
much for gasoline engines. You
don't do either here. We
handle only merchandise of re
liable quality and sell it at
prices which comparison will
show are as low as such
machinery ca i be bought for
any where and lower than most
other places charge for the
YERKES & KENNEY
Parcels Post a National Need. He Stopped Mis Paper.
The deuand for an extended ParceJs The ediror of the Martin MaiL ha
Post has become insistent ; it will ne the following to say ::
longer be denied, says an editorial t borne time ago a cranky sort of in
writer in "Success Magazine.' Re- dividual came into this office and stop
newed agitation for the elimination of , ped his paper because something in it
the annual deficit in the Fost-Umce did not exactly suit his fancy.
Department has revealed the folly of i
permitting the express companies to
rob the postoffice of a source of large
income by conveying small parcels.
The recent strike in New York and vi
cinity during which the business of
our greatest city was partly paralyzed
by the refusal of tha express compa
nies to meet the moderate demands of J
their employes, emphasized the neces- I
sity of rescuing this important public
We hay f.equintly met him oz&the
streefr since then and it is amusing to
note the lock of surprise on the old
fellow's face when he realizes that the
editor is still in existence, regi rdtess
of the fact that we are no longer get
ting his dollar.
"Some day, however, and it will
nof.be long, that oid gerrileman wMl
turn up his toes. His heart will De
stilied forever. There wills be a dis
function from the hands of a private .play of pretty posies and crepe, and
monopoly that is not responsible to the neighbors and friends- will follow
the people. The complaints which the his lifeless clay out to the Silent City
Interstate Commerce Commission at
Washington has received from shippers
throughout the country, constitute a
demand for immediate relief from the
extortions of these companies. The
people are determined that we shall
have a cheap immediate and general
Parcels Post a real Parcels Post.
All the talking: we can do in favor of FOX RIDGE
willjnot convince you of its superior
qualify half so rapidly as a
You Don't Need
Cook Book in
youngest and most
order to get np a
enced housekeeper can obtain
at this grocery everything f r a
dinner from soup to desert, no
article of which will require
expert knowledge or long time
to prepare. Take a look at our
canned goods and fancy grocer
ies. They are wonderful helps
to young housekeepers.
Earthquake in Greece.
An Associated Prress dispatch from
Athens, Greece, Thursday said:
"There was a violent earthquake in
the province of Elis today, causing
i heavy damage to buildings. Ihe
Government has sent help.
"The province known as Elis, is on
the West coast of the Peloponnesuds,
and contains the valley of Olympia.
The capital is Pygros. Pyrgos has a
populflfon of 12,700, and consists
mainly of one long street crowded
with warehouses. It is the largest
town but two in the Peloponnesus
Bath Farmers Slow in Stripping.
Two Big Stoi cs, Corner Seventh and Main and South Main.
That "do not a prison make'
are noc the kind we keep. Ouj
locks, bolts, etc., are tue kind
that stay locked and bolted.
They are not toys, but are
strong and adequate for the
protection they are intended to
assue. Come and get the real
kind. Our prices are moderate.
LOWRY & TALBOTT
and lay it to rest in the deep, dark
"An obituary will be published irv
thi&paper. telling what a kind hus
band, loving father, good neighbor, be
loved citien, and how progressive and
public spirited he was which the rec
ording angel will look over for chari-
iy a saKe ana in a snort time ne will
"As he lies out there in (he cold,
cold graveyaru, wrapped in the j-ilent
slumber of death, hejwill never know
the last kind word spoken of him will
be the editor of the paper which he so
"Have you, gentle reader,, ever
paused a moment to think that your
editors whoever he may be will some
day write your obituary."
W. C DODSON,
Bath county, with over 6,000,000
pounds of tobacco, has sold less than
one-sixth of her crop and less than
half the amount sold has been stripped
and delivered, a condition unprecedent
ed in the county. Farmers generally
are aimint? to striD their own tobacco
because they say their cr6p"vri8"- aM"
ready cost them more than they havf
been offered f r it. They are also dis
posed to take their own time, giving
as a reason that tney do not intend to
take the prices offered for it, even if
the proposed organization .for pooling
dops not materialize.
Healthy New England.
New Zealand has about the lowest
death rate In the orld.
Ends Winter's Troubles
To many,, winter is a season of tnou-
bie, The frost bitten toes and hugrs,
chapped hands and lips, chiibiains,
cold sores red and rough skin-pjove
this. But such troubles fly. before
Bucklen's. Arnica Salve. A trial con
vinces. Greatest healer of burns,
boils, .piles, cnts, sores, eczema and
sprains, Only 25c at Oberclorforfs..
Sived From Awiul Death.
I Bourbon Laundry
DAVIS & FUNK, Props.
Telephone No. 4. Office Opp. Potoffice.
QflS tl MtyYvaam
Help Your Public Library.
"Here are a few suggestions," says
Alys Gordon in Woman's Home Com
panion for January. "You have a
quantity of old magazine? ; some rainy
afternoon have a clipping bee, get the
children to cut out the pictures, leav
ing the name, another day mount them
on heavy paper of a uniform size and
give them to the library to loan to the
"Post-cards are also most valuable
and have filled many a gap ; think of
the library, if you have any of inter
est. "If you can tell storie3 to children,
offer your services to the librarian ;
that will cieate a new interest.
"It is the same way if you have any
special collections, such as etchings,
prints, photographs, book-plates, chi
na, or old fashion plates which are
now stored away. Offer to loan tbem,
to the library and be there one or two
afternoons to explain them to the cas
ual passer-by or to persons interested.
If you have a garden or a greenhouse,
remember the library, for nothing
adds so much to the friendliness of the
place as flowers.
"If you haven t thought oi the mat
ter before, remember it is your libra
ry, and the more you use it the great
er chance it will have to prove its. use
fulness and importance to the general
welfare and uplift of the community."
Butted Through Wire Fence.
A P rticular Service For
They are pleased with our
laundry work the rest of
course. Systematic, thorough
painstaking work enables us
to get your laundry out the
day we promise it, and its
quality is guaranteed. Give
us a trial order. You'll not
The Elizabethtown-Newa tells- of an
encounter between Sam Payne and a
vicious buck. Mr. Payne- has fre
quently visited in Nicholasville where
he has many friends who will enjoy
the "story:" "One day recently
i while Sam Payne was out hunting he
was on Roy Edelin's place near tovn
and climbed over a wire fence to cross
a lot. Mr. Edelin had a vicious buck
confined in this lot and as soon as he
snied Sam he made fur him. Sam took
to the fence but before he could
it the buck had him and began butting
him furiously. He finally butted
Sam's head through the wire fence.
As he attacked hira in the rear, the
fence would give as the buck would
make a furious assault upon a tender
point of Sam's .anatomy, then as he
would swing back he would butt the
buck. Sam finally had to call for
help. Mrs. JDdelin saw his 'dilemma
and called to her husband to run to
Sam as 'the buck was butting his
brains out After much difficulty
the unfortunate hunter was '.extracted
from both the buck and the
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How a.n appalling calamity in his
family waa prevented is told by A. D.
McDonald of Fayettville, N. O.j.R. P.
D. No. 8 ''My sister had consump
tion,'.' he-writes, "she was vezy thin
and Rale,, had no appetite and I seem
ed to grow weaker ever day, , as- all
remedies failed, till Dr. King's- New
Discovery was tried, and so comr
pletoly cured her, that she hae nob
been troubled with a cough since.
Its the best medicine I ever saw or
heard of." For coughs, colclv,. la
gripue asthma, croup, hemonhage,
all bronchial trouble it has rva. squall
nOc. and $100. Trial bottle- tree
Guaranteed by Oberdorfer.
Wounds cannot be cured unless
thay are probed. Livy.
Matches Long in Use-..
Matches were being made at the
beginning of tne sixteenth century.
What mother is not: 2ooking for
something that will help; her children
in the little ills of lice, something
for the stomach trouble and the
bowel trouble? Long ago she prob
ably has become convinced that a
child cannot readily, swallow a pill
or a tablet, and that tr "break them
in half and crush them" is an annoy
ance; that usually theyr work too drasti
cally, and are nauseating and too pow
erful for the little one-s stomach.
Any mother who wlil take the trouble
of sending her name aad address can ob
tain & free samplo bottle of a, remedy
that thousands of ot&er mothers are using
and now paying for.. This remedy is Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Bepsln. and the offer of
a free trial bottle is open to any mother
who has not yet used it. Having used
It and convinced yourself that it is what
you want, you can obtain it in the fu
ture of your druggist at fifty cents and
one dollar a bottle, just as so many
others are doinjg. the free sample being
simply to convince you of its merits. It
is the best way to begin on It. Mrs. 1
Davis of 187 "W. Harrison street. Chicago,
and Mrs. Mary Belford. 1710 Coke street,
Louisville, Ky., both started with a. fre
sample and now they write that they
have never been without a bottle In tha
reach ! bouse since.
it is unaouotediy a great family rem
.edy. as it is adapted to all ages, being
mild and pleasant to take and yet thor
oughly effective. It is especially the
ideal remedy for children and women and
old Tolks, who need something pure, mild
and natural. It has the advantage of be
ing a thorough laxativo and yet contains
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Ohas, S. 'Brent & Bro.
Blue Grass Seed
Brth 'Phones 14.
" Arkle, Agent
For lni ' -t Company.
Use Royal Gasoline-in yo urn Blue
Grass Oil is your lamp Use
Dixie: Gem Coal
in your cook stove arid your grates.
PHONES: Office, nSEast Tenn. $esidencQ. 257 East Tenn
ionic properties. use it for the most
stubborn constipation, indigestion, liver
trouble, sick headache, sour stomach
and such complaints with a guarantee
that it will cure.
Dr. Caldwell personally will he nleased
to. give you any medical advice you may
desire for yourself or family pertaining to
the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely
iree oi cnarge. J xpialn your
case in a
,.-.; letter and he will reply to you in detafl.
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fence. He hats refused to talk about name and address on a postal card or
it. but! we notice a? he Esita down Ihe otherwise. For either request the doctor's
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The Largest Stock in the City to Select From. ?
Repairing and remodeling at reasonable prices.
ML LOWENTHAL, furrier,
Fayette Phone 687-Y.
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