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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, BKENT UCKY, ,JAN. 3, 1910.
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TUBULAR BZLL CHIME
The Herschede Hall Clock as a timepiece,
a tubular chime, and an article of furnicurefcr
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 cl-sstc
lines, conforms to good L.ste; and the melo
dious tubular chimes, sounding the hours and
quarters after the pcal3 cf 7:ai:inlcn cr"
Westminster, serve as a pleasing reminder of
the passing hour. The fifty styles give ample
choice in design, size, and price, all showir.3
the moon's phases in the dh arch. We pre
ales agents for The Herschede Hail Clock
Co. of this city, and will send iilustn.cd cat
alog on request.
Gifts by Mail. You can putchf.se gifts
of Diamonds, Sterling Silver, Sheffield Plate,
sQc4d and Silver Jewelry, Mantel Clock's, Etc.,
Jf0 GhT Correspondence Department at
rrioderte kric, -.Correspondence solicited.
The Frank Herschede
Jferschttfe Buildingr, Fourth Street, East
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$7S to $750
C. G. SCHWARZ.
Pew BPdg, Opp.Windsor Hotel
I have just received a new
line of samples for upholster
Home ' Phone 255.
East Tenn. 392.
Let us fill your
Prescriptji o n s .
pure drugs and
Hardee i Son.
Many Varieties of Stamps.
There are at the present time over
21,000 varieties cf postage stamps In
I Attention, Ladies!
Special Low Prices this Week :
In Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Suits, Dry Goods,
Skirts, Dress Goods,
1 TWIN BROS.,
Two Big Stores in One Cor. 7th and Main
Still Going On!
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Don't Forget the
Is Still Going on at
Clothing'and Shoe Department
Harry Simon's Old Stand,
Aunt Nancy's come," Nannette
announced to her bohom friend in y.
choked vvoice, "and ofall the trights!''
"What do you :nin?" asked her
"Well," hesitated Nannette, "of
course she's as neat as can be ,but her
clothes look as if they were made for
"If it's only her clothes you needn't
veny," remarked the bosom friend.
"You don't have to wear 'em."
"It's not only her clothes! ' shrieked
Nannette. "It's her notions! They
are simply appalling.
"For one thing', she objects to my
name," explained Nannette, indig
nantly. "The veiy first thing sue did
after taking a comprehensive view
of the family was to stare at me
through her spactacles steel-rimmed
ones, at tiut and ask: 'Is this one
Nancy, my godchild?'
"Dad, who is as proud hs fan be of
his enormous family, looked a little
sheepish at that.
" 'Y-y-yes,' he stuttered. 'We had.
her chastened Nancy, of course, bu j
she has taen a fancy to be called
" 'Hirmph!' said Aunt Nancy."
the accastomed hour, that hor.id Torn
the customed hour, that hoi rid. Tom 1
had to bellow out, 'It's Nan's Tutday
night beau, Aunt Nancy. Parlor's pre- !
empted for tlie evening" I
,;u 8hoMjave -;a her stare.
m . - understand, Maria,' she
aSKed, fixing pofcr mother with her
eye, 'that this child has visitors from
whose company her parents and her
brothers and sisters are haired?"
" 'Times have changed, Nancy, said
dad, looking silly."
"Aunt Nancy came into the parlor
before Charles sat down," said Nan
nette. "Aunt Nancy," repeated Nannette.
"Wasn't it awful? I had been so
afraid of something of the kind. She
planted heiself in the only straight
backed chair in the room and, sitting
bolt upright, gave me my orders:
" 'Now, Nancy, intioduce to me your
"Well, before I knew it, they were !
talking together in a most animated i
manner. 1 don't know when I have ,
seen CI arles so in erested. It was
strange talk to mo. loo, for, as dad
says, I have neglected to cultivate
"They talked ah" t literature, art,
politics and e'.t.. .lence, and 1 had ,
to sit there Wu dummy and listen
to them . Een while he was hold- j
ing my hand to say good-night he was
looking at and talking to Aunt
"New, what do you think of that?" j
"I think you'ie lucky that your Aunt
Nancy is too old for Charles to marry,'
said the bosom friend.
Finding a four-leaf clover means finding good luck.
Using a Cloverleaf manur spreader insures perfect fertiliza
tion for your soil. Perfect fertilization means bumper crops.
You want them, and we want you 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.
Won't you call and get it today?
and Suppiy Company. I
The Fire Escape.
They were country reople, pure
and simple, but they had read tie j
home papers and .nought they were
educated up to all the improvements ,
of the day.
When they visited Washington, D.
C, they went through the navy de
partment and saw the models of some
of the new battleships.
Pointing to the companion ladder
hanging over the side of one of the
ship.-, she asked her better half what
"Oh," he icplied, "tfctat's the fire escape."
Not That She Knew Of.
"Did your new cook bring any cre
dent ialfe with her?"
"Gracious, no," said Mrs. Nurich,
as she dropped her diamond neck
lace. At least we ain't discovered
none, and, anyway, kerosene always
"Whats the matter with that ama
"His peaches have the ellovs."
"Se he's got the blues."
"Doesn't our friend Sipherton ob
ject to these constant r'morc that he
is going to resign?"
"He ought not to," answered Sena
tor Sorghum; "those rumors are
about the only things that remind the
public he is in office."
"They are threatening," said the
city clerk, "to hang you in effigy."
"Let 'em," replied the mayor, who
declined to become excited. "They
threatened to hang me in Arizono
once, and I'm not going to let a lit
tle thing like this scare me."
"You should be ashamed of your
self," chided the caller in the luxur
ious offices of the Boston Real Es
"Ashamed of what?" asked h
agent with the smooth tongue.
"Why, you told t-hat woman the
lot you sold her would be just the
place for her,, husband, and you know
it is under water."
"Well, why shouldn't I think it
wou'rd suit him? Didn't I hear her
call him 'duckieT
"I say, me good man," queried Al
gernon Perceval Montmorency as he
entered the drug emporium, "have
you aw a good hair wenewah that
I could aw use on me moustache,
"Yes," replied the druggist, "but we
have something s ill better for your
purpose. It is called 'Blank's Hair
Lawyer "Am I .o understand that
your wife left yocr bed and board?"
Uncle Bphraim "Not 'actly, boss.
She dun tuk man bed an' b'o'd along
idf herj.'.... '
"7 Upholding a Boss' Dignity.
"The 'boss' who disdains to accept
an occasional hint from a subordi
nate is bound some time to have his
egotism come a cropper," remarked
Walt McDougall, the "dean of Am
erican cartoonists." "I once had a
controlling interest," he went on, "in
an up-state amusement park. Tho
venture wasn't panning out well fi
nancially, so I resolved upon a strict
examination into the methods of the
"Bright and early one morning I
arrived at the park, where 1 found
several workmen engaged in the con
struction of a new 'feature.' Nearby
sat a man, idly watching. Ah, this
was indeed suggestive of lax system!
" 'Come with me, sir!' said I
sternly to the workman.
"He followed, without a word.
" 'Mr. Jones pa' this man off,' I
abruptly ordered the manager, when
we arrived at the local othce.
" 'But, Mr. McDougall , be
gan that oflicial.
" 'That will do,' I replied with in
creasing indignation. 'Give him a
day's wages at once!'
"When the fellow was paid and
had vanished with amazing celerity,
"Now, sir, perhaps you can give
me some reason for hiring such
" 'Why, Mr. McDougall, he was
finally able to explain, 'that fellow
was never in our employ; he was
merely a spectator!' "
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TIME TO GO.
He Would you marry a man for hla
She I wouldn't marry you for all tht
money In the world.
Hard to Tell.
"Oh, dear!" sighed her husband's
wife, "I can't find a pin anywhere.
I wonder where all the pins go to,
"That is a difficult question to
answer," replied his wife's husband,
"because they are always pointed in
one direotion and headed in an
He Golf is an awfully fine exer
cise, don't" you think?
She Oh, yes! Why, R makes
the men so strong in their arms
that one can scarcely breathe!
Taking Up His Offer.
Man Well, it's just this way. If
I buy you a new coat I'll have to
wear my old one another season.
Wife You sweet, generous
Brother Ekaw "How am yo son
gittin' along in his new job as a Pull
Brother Smoot "Fine, sah! Dat
boy kin make a few passes and put
mo' dust on a pusaon dan he brushes
off, and it didn't take him two weeks
to learn to slam a do' in de way dat
nobody but a railroad man kin slam
it. Yassah, Cla'ence is aho' doin'
Bast Tenn. Telephone Co,
For reliable telephone service, both local and
LONG DISTANCE, use the East Tennessee. Bour
bon County Exchanges at
Paris, Millersburg, North Middletown, Little$Rock and
"When you have East Teniieirse service you
HAVE telephone service. "
The East Tennessee Telephone Co
O. R. TURNER
(Successor to O. R. Turner & Co.)
Now is the time, during the eariy season, to fill your
cellar or coal house to meet the requirements of the cold
weather sure to come this winter. My prices are low for
the very best coal. Ynur orders respectfully solicited.
C. R. TURNER
(In rear of Dow Block, Opposite Hotel Windsor, Paris, Ky.)
East Tenn. Phone 58.
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