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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, JAN. 3, 1910,
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Jiaufman, Straus & Co.
The Semi-Annual Event at
Kaufman, Straus & Company's
322-324 West Main Street
This Sale Begins on Tuesday,
January 3. 1912, at 8 O'clock
in the Morning.
No floods Sent On ApprovalNo Goods Reserved or Laid Away Unless Bought.
Kaufman, Straus & Co.,
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FViPUrTTM kY - Central Kentucky s uraatest L'eparlmcnt Mor
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A FAIR EXCHANGE
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SALE EXTRAORDINARY! j
Besides Our RegularStock of jHigh-Class
3V otxt tt :a: e: 3o" t s
We are offering four car loads of new work of beautiful and artistic
patterns of th- best grade of materials, guaranteed in every par
ticular. Part of this shipment was ordered last Spring, and has
been delayed by labor troubles in the quaries. The other is the
stock of of Adams & Wallen, Paris, Ky. This is the largest stock
of marble and Tanite monuments in the State and the best we
ever knew to be offered at such prices, all on account of our en
Wm. Jldams Son
42 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky.
Hugged Wifev too Hard.
Jay Harr Jordan, a telegraph opera
tor, was fined $200 Friday in Kansas
City for hugging his wife so hard as to
break twoof her ribs. Jordan was at
rested on complaint of his wife, who
told a policeman that her husband was
cruel to her.
"We have been married just a
month," Jordan told in court. "A fort
night ago I tried to kiss my wife. I
grasped her firmly to give her one
good kiss. She tried to squirm away,
and in the squirming cracked two ribs.
"A week ago she heard a girl say I
was a nice looking man. That was the
beginning of our quarrels, which end(-d
with my wife calling the officers last
night. Now she claims :that I broke
her ribs on "purpose." After hearing
the wife's side of the story he was rin
GEO. W. DAVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EHBALHER. !
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with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as
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disease. Catarrh is a blood or uncon
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It was prescribed by one of the best
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and is a regular prescription. It is
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Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
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The Secret of Youth
Do you ever wonder how you can remain youtfg,. of
why other women older than you, look younger than you do?
The secret can be put in a few words: . "Preserve
your health, and you will preserve your youth.'
By "health" we mean not alone physical health, but
nerve health, as, sometimes, magnificently strong-looking
women are nervous wrecks.
But whether you are weak physically or nervously,'
you need a tonic, and the best tonic for you is Cardui.
It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems.
It helps put flesh on your bones and vitality into your nerves.
I believe hi trusting a man when I
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A Girl''s !(.
A girl's Idea of a trousseau Is to
have enough clothes to wear without
buying anything new for tit least
OUGHT TO KNOW'
The Woman's Tonic
"My mother," writes Mrs. Z. L. Adcock, of Smith
vflle, Tenn., "is 44 years old and is passing through the
change of life.
"She was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly.
My father stepped over to the store and got her a bottle
of Cardui, which she took according to directions and now
she is up, able to do her housework and says she feels
fifce t ntw woman." Try Cardui in your owncase.
. UaWMffctfr fpt. dtaiwof Medici XX 3wot. Tei
hi SlrfJufittm. Mill pm fcmfr. "HttTwtfwf fcrWof.qfct.
mam W V
mA my mm wrm&
"Truth, crushed to eartk, shall
riie again.' "
"Well, you're thrown it dowm tlmw
VMiouga to know."
Farmer Bphraim Brown perched
upon the rail fence of his horse pas
ture and hewailed the two great sor
rows of his life. In the distance,
plodding leisurely down the lane, at
tached to a rope fceld by Squire Jef
ferson Ramsey, was a cow that gave
unbelievable quantities of the richest
creamiest milk. Brown longed and
yearned for her as a man longs and
yearns but once in life.
The other- crowning sorrow of his
life stood nearer. It was the sorrel
-filly he had .bought the week before
from Elder Hezekiah Tilford. She
looked like a winner all through. But
on each occasion as Farmer Brown
had hitched her to a vehicle she had
kicked the dashboard into the next
Squire Ramsey had the famous Jer
sey at the end of an extraordinarily
long rope and he walked so carefully
and skittishly that Farmer Brown
"Mornin", Ephiaim," saluted the
owner of the cow. "Are you as plum
set on my Jersey as you useter be?"
Farmer Brown thoughtfully combed
out his potnarchal whiskers. "Oh, I
duuno," he said, noncommittally.
The Jersey cavorted around and
Squire Ramsey cried out with un
necessary vigor. "Sough sough there,
I say!" As the cow quited he looked
shamefacedly at his neighbor. "Betsey
'lowed as how we had too many cow
critters," he explained. "Thought you
might want to swap somethin' or
Farmer Brown strove to conceal his
wild joy. He spat leisurely at the
grazing sorrel and plaited his sheik
like beard. "I got a might good hoss
there," he observed.
Squire Ramsey proceeded to ex
amine the grazing sorrel. As he
passed behind the animal Farmer
Brown cried out. "Stop, you ding
dumbed fool! Don't go back there!"
Then as the squire showed his sur
prise Farmer Brown made a diversion.
"Let's have a look at the Jersey."
He began to pat and poke the sleek
cow; the cow fidgeted about and
Squire Ramsey went suddenly white.
".Turn pin jackrabbits!" he cried. "Let
that cow alone! Sough, Dolly, sough
now sough ! "
With both owners somewhat suspi
cious, yet eager, the trade was quick
ly consummated and farmer Brown,
suldenly generous and with a twinkle
in his eye, offered the loan of a
"I'll let you hitch her up, squire,"
he said, "but you'd better sit in the
back end, 'cause that's the kickingest
hoss in Jasper county."
"All right Ephrlam," retorted
Squire Ramsey, with a grin, "and
you'd better handle that 'ere Jersey
with mitts, 'cause she's done swallow
ed six sticks of dysamite."
"Great worm-eaten hoss collars!"
cried Farmer Brown.
The squire, still grinning, clam
bored into the buckboaid. Instantly
the sorrel mare released her hind
feet as if shot from a catapult, hurl
ing the dashboard into the clover
field. The sorrel began to back and
"Rustling fodder stacks!" cried the
squire in terror. "Keep that volcano
of a horse away from that cow." He
was too lete. With a final triumphant
effort, the sorrel plumped her hind
feet into the fat sides of the blue rib
bon wonder. There was a roar, a
puff and a soft thud and splatter.
Farmer Brown, hurled backward
against Squire Ramsey, looked in
vain for his newfound cow. Half a
mile uown the lane the wonderful
kicking sorrel sped madly, the ruins
of the buckboard strewn along the
line of flight.
Hjl Cold Romance.
"I was driving across the country
in Pennsylvania one winter's day
years ago," said the man from Bos
ton, "when a blizzard came up. I
ought to have put up at a farmmouse,
lii-Jf P'M&ifjL 8lnS unl Jt grew
dark, Snd then came upon a young
woman who had met with an acci
dent. One runner of her sleigh had
broken down and her horse had give
out completely." - -
"And of course, you went to thd
rescue?' was asked.
"I could do no different. We were
both all bundled up and we had little
to say. I turned her horse loose,
piled the sleigh to one side and
drove on. Within a mile we ran In
to a big drift and were stuck. The
girl didn't know where we were any
more than i did. It was snowing bo
one couldn't see five feet I blanket
ed the horse, gave the girl all the
robes and my big ulster to boot, and
tiien began to tramp up and down to
ke'ep from perishing. I have always
thought it wag a gallant and consid
erate action on ry part."-
"And the girl tt you do this?"
"She did. That was the long night
of my life. It was years and years.
I had my ears' and' toes and heels
frost-bitten. My heols itch to thia
day. Morning came at last" and the
"And then what?"
"Then two things happened. Onr
vas the discovery of a farmhouse not
ten rods away and the other was tha .
the girl had no sooner emerged from
the robes where she had nestlec.
warmly all night, than she gave mo
a wild look and exclaimed:
" 'Oh, Lord, but what an awfully
homely young man!"
"And then she fled into the farrr
house and I purrued my journey. M."
cold romance ws ended."
Tacher "Where do the sponge's"
Bright pupil "From-the noble fas
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It's also positively guaranteed for
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Rule of Contrary.
"Ma. you send me to bed when I am
not sleepy and make me get up when
I am sleepy!" complained little Tom
my. Red Hen.
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) Home 136.
residence j Home
Twc story brick residence with nine
rooms, halls, porches, pantry and all
necessary outbuildings. Good loca
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DR. A. H KELLER,
Offices, Rooms 4 and 5, Elk's Bid's.
Paris, .... Kentucky
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