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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTlCKY, JAN. 3, 1910 .
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A NATION SAVED
"I am going to take the stump,"
declared Mr. vMerriwell, in a low
"What stump?" asked Mrs. Merri
"The great stump of American
education," said Mr. Merriwell, be
coming oratorical. "The nation i3
rotten to the core. The gieat com
" are happy digging ditches,
raising corn and dodging automo
biles," took up Mrs. Merriwell.
"You'd better let them alone."
Mr. Merriwell was set in his pur
pose. The campaign was in progress.
Mr. Merrhvell's appointment was for
the densely populated eleventh ward.
He found awaiting him probably a
thousand Lithuanians, Czechs, Hun
garians, Slavonians and and Finns.
As soon as he mounted the goods
box fro'm which he was to declaim,
other hundreds of Greeks, Bohem
ians Syrians, Armenians and Turks
came running up. Mr. Merriwell
bowed in his most pleasing manner.
"Pipe de swell guy!" cried a shrill
voice in front of him.
Mr. Merriwell smiled benevolently
and waved his right hand in an en
compassing gesture. "Friends, fel
low citizens," he began, in a voice
into which he endeavored to put
feeling, "I am for the man in har
ness, the man with the hoe, the
There was a roar from the assem
blage. "We don't care a ting about
yer men with hoes and bridle," cried
an auditor. "Are youse for Gas
House McConnell? Are youse for
Slippery Heel Dineen? What yer
tink of de wharf gang?"
Mr. Merriwell did not cease to
smile benevolently. He raised his
large fat hand, palm outstretched
for silence. It was well that he did
so. In his early days Mr. Merriwell
had been a splendid sand-lot base
ball artist The outstretched hand
was just in time to S5J-e and neatly
hold a far-flung turnip.
"Good ketch! Out at first!" shout
ed the crowd,
Mr. Merriwell, in an effort to be
funny and carry the crowd, bit into
the turnip. Days had passed since
it had been a good turnip. He
frowned and choked and spat all
over a swarthy Sicihclian directly
"Ah, looka ouat! Spitta lika da
spreenkler!" sputtered the outraged
Mr. Merriwell, still game, raised
both hands and began anew. "The
time has come" he shouted
vigorously, when he was interupted
by a strolling street piano perform
er. When all good citizens should
pause to think" shouted Mr.
Merriwell at the top of his tnin, treble
"Sling-clang-cling, ting-tang, tee
ooh!" chimed the noisy, gaudy
piano. The crowd clapped hands in
glee. A hundred joung Americans
in the making danced and shouted
about the street piano. Someone
kicked the box on which Mr Merri
well stood wildly gesticulating into
the crowd he sprawled. By the time
Mr. Merriwell reached the car line
his face resembled a water-splashed
"What is this large, blue spot,
dear?" asked Mrs. Merriwell, as she
tenderly dressed his wounds."
"I think a Chinaman did it," ex
plained Mr. Merriwell.
"Ah, the brawney hand of labor,"
murmered Mrs. Merriwell. "And
what is this?"
"I believe that was a cabbage," he
"The fruit of American industry,"
murmered Mrs. Merriwell . "And
what about the country?"
"Let the country go to Tophet!"
growled Mr. Meriwell. "Ouch, be
easy that's tender!"
The Wrong Recipe.
"What's the matter, dear?" asked
Mr. .justwed as he came into the
house and found his wife eiylng as
if her heart wou'd bieak.
"I'm so discouraged," she sobbed.
"What has bothered my little
"I worked all the afternoon matt
ing oustards because I know you were
so fond of them and atd" (here
she began weeping hysterically again.
"And what darling?"
"And they turned out to be spong
Hubby Why didn't Johnny shovel
off the walk?
Wifey (apolaatically) Th poor
bor's back was so lame I hadn't the
heart to make him do it.
Hubby Huh! Where is he now?
Wifey I don't know, I'm sure. I
guesa yes, that's he over iheie with
the Brown boy, rolling those big snow
balls to' make a fort.
He Sought Light.
"You are charged with trying to
commit suicide", said the magis
"I was driven te It, your honor, by
"By a woman, eh?" mused the mag
istrate. "Did she refuse you, or did
she marry you?"
Scrofula disfigures and
causes life-long misery.
strong and lively when
given small doses of
0 c uu rc u
every day. The starved
body is fed; the swollen
glands healed, and the
tainted blood vitalized.
Good food, fresh air and
Scott's Emulsion con
quer scrofula and many
other blood diseases.
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SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St., N. Y.
We are Still Selling the Same Line None Better Than
And Certainly None Cheaper.
See us for Hardware, Roofing, Pumbs, hand-made
rivetedJStove Pipe and allj kinds of Cooking Utensials.
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A moderately priced one, too'.
If you aie looking for "The"
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handsome display of smart
We have made extra efforts
this season to reach the idea of
ever7 woman and feel confident
V)f your securing a satisfactory
Mrs. Corne Watson Baird.
oaiawin racKmg o., i
"The Model Packing Plant," I
Resnectfullv solicits vour Datronacre.
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
MISS JESSIE BROWN
Dolls and Fancy Novelties.
Curtis & Overby,
Successors to Carl Crawford
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Hot and Cold Baths.
The Public Patronage Re
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For sale" by all i first-class grocers
Baldwin Packing Co.
L. Se N. TIME-TABLE;
IN EFFECT FEB. 2, 1910, AT 11:59 P. M.
Foos Jr., 2-horae power gas engine
ip good condition. Reason for selling
will install electric motor. Cost $125.
Will sell for $60 cash. Apply to
TH& BOURBON NEWS.
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At Geo. Alexander Co.'s Bank,
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Teacher (at the mission Sunday
school) The verse reads, "And the
prophet rent his- clothes." Johnny,
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Johnny I s-pose he didn't have the
price to buy 'em.
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for cooking a rabbit?'1
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