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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, APRIL 18, 1911.
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A Treat For All Classes WhoSmoke.
An Idol Cigar in hismoutli for
his own delectation, a few in
his pj'cifc for his friends, is to
be accounted one of the blest.
Resort, therefore, all ye who
are fond of a goodsmoko, to
the cigar and tobacco empori-
the sign above
The Crystal Ice CreamParlor,
B. K. ADAIR, Prop.
By C. H. ZUBEK.
Over in Paris thay have the peculiar
idea that white men should not batter
each other up in the prize rh:g. and
that this sort of thing should be limit
ed to the sable exponents of the art of
self defense. Consequently, lights be
tween colored men are better patroniz
ed than are the scraps of the white
pugilists. Joe Jeannette and Sam Mc
Vey, two of the best of black Ameri
can scrappers, have already acquired
fortunes by their series of battles at
the French capital, and Sam Langford,
the "Boston Tar Baby." is over there
now to get his share of the shekels.
Whilp .Tnhnsnn isn't doinc anv talkine
fnr nnhiiVation behind the Drison walls will be invisible to the United States,
of San Francisco, where a penchant but visible to Asia, Philippine Inlands,
for speeding his auto landed him. it t is Australia, the Northern pare of New
unid that -s snon as he sets out he'll Zeland and on the Pacific ocean.
also hie to Paris for some of the easy
munej. Meuiiwuue, cue ,iuc ia e.-
ting better for white lighters in i way oiaoie
America, indicating a more liberal ,
snirit on the Dart cf city officials i
The people of Paris and Bourbon
county will have the rare chance to
witness a total eclipse cf the sun dur
ing1 this month, the phenomena coming
on the 28th, and will be visible frohi
three to six o'clock in the afternoon.
The southern, sutheastern and south
western states will come in for a direct
view, but the northern section of this
country will be excluded. Local as
tronomers are preparing for a treat
while Old Sol is thus shaded. The
eclipse will also be visible to Mexico,
Central America, the western portion
oft he West Indies the eastern half of
Australia, New Zeland and the Pacific
ocean, the path of totality extending
from Aukland, Australia, across the
Pacific ocean almost to Centrral
America. An annular eclips of the
sun will occur on October 2. which
The stomach is a larger factor in " life, liberty and the pur
suit of happiness" than most people are aware. Patriotism
can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dys
peptic "is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils." The man
who goes to the front for his country with a weak stomach
will be a weak, soldier and a fault finder.
A sound stomach makes for good citizenship as well as for
health and happiness.
Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and
nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use of
Dr. PJERGES GOLDEN MEDIGTiL DISCOVERY.
St builds up the body with sound flesh and
The dealer who offers a substitute for the "Discovery" is
only seeking to make the little more profit realized on the
sale of less meritorious preparations.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps
for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical
Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
GEO. W DAVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER.
BOTH 'PHONES DAY 13 7; NIGHT 299.
Clay Brothers. 6f Bourbon have
shipped their racing string to Louis-
r, , , .,, r . ' ville, where the imposing bunch of
Kentucky will see most of the racing , rova, b d horses is now gathered at
Were you dissatisfied with your
CINCINNATI AND RETURN
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Workiiio: in the Garden
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is a real pleasure if you i ave
the right tools. We have a
complete Hue of the best gar
den implements in the world.
They are made for real service
and to make work easy. Come
and get ans'outfit. It will help
you make a better garden with
less labor than you ever did before.
in the United States during tne pres
ent summer. The season, which opens
next week, will includfi dates at Lex
ington, Louisville and Latonia, and is
I expected to bring out a better class of
horses than has been seen on the Ken
tucky tracks in many years. This is
due to the fact that the owners have
no other places to race them except on
the Canadian circuits, and thsse will
be too cold ior a month or six weeks
to make the sport really attractive.
Taken in all. however, there will be
less racirg in the United States
this season, both on the running and
the harness tracks, than in many pre
Versailles Without a Hotel.
The Oneal House closed its doors to
the. public Monday evening and for the
first time within our recollection Ver
sailles is without a hotel, says the
t Wn.odford Sun
i J. B. Wakefipld. who has been mana
I ger of 1 he Oneal House since 1U0S has
decided to qit the hctel business ana
will locate near Shrsvepon, La.,wnere
he has rented a plantation. Mr. Wake
field is now in the South and Mrs.
Wakefield and their children will join
them there snon. They expect to leave
Verasilles this week.
The controlling interest in the hotel
property is owned by Mrs. Mary Evans.
M. J. Hughes, brother of Mrs. Evans
and also her agent, said that the hotel
would be rented or sold at once, either
privately or publicly.
"Come along to Led. Etnel. I'm sure
you wouldn't like to keep the Lord uy
all night, just to listen to you."
Douglas Park. The star of the string
is Ocean Bound, conceded to be the
yreatest four-year-old filly now in
training After two years old she
won the Astoria. Spinaway. Vernal
i and Criterion Stakes, and last season
she won eight races, including the La
' Ladies' and Swift Stakes. Her mile in (p
1 :37 2-5 is the track record at Sara-! i?
toga, and in the Swift Stakes, when
she ran seven furlongs in 1 :25 4-3, she
( beat the noted colt Dalmatian
' Ocean Bound has wintered splendidly'
and has grown some, as well as spread
, out a lot since last season. She has
; had a long let-up. not having been
t seen under colors since she won the
Criterion Stakes at Latonia last
1 tall. She will be herstable's standard
bearer in the rich Clark Handicap in
Louisville this spring, and is sure to'
give, an excellent account of herself
in that big race. Clay Brothers have
1 some nice youngsters, and the stable
is, allaround, most promising this season.
Best the earth producesand every lump guaranteed.
Oodson & Denton
McCreary Puts Up Fee.
Former Senator James B. McCreary.
Democratic candidate for the nomina
t on for Goveinor of Kentucky, in the
primary elpction to be held July 1'
under the primary election laws of the
State of Kentucky, to day deposited
with J. Horton Fitch, treasurer of the
Democratic State Executive Commit
tee, his assessment or entrance fee as
a candidate for the Democratic nomi
nation for Gorernor.
LOWRY & TALBOTT
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Novel Court Decision.
Damages cannot be recovered by the
administrator or the children of a man
who dies from the result of drinking
whishey, notwithstanding the whiskey
is sold in local option territory or the
man who dies is an inebriatp, unless
j notice is given to persons selling whis
ky of the man s inebnacy.
This law was construed for the first
time anywhere in this kind of a case
Wednesday wher the Court of Appeals
affirmed the judgment ot the Mercer 1
Circuit Court in the case of Fred Brit
ton's administrator. Hubert Britton
and Marshall Britton against H. E.
Samuels. It is alleged that Samuels
in February 1909, had furnished Fred
Britton with spirituous liquors and ad
mixtures thereof which he drank and
from the effects of which he died, it
The Princ:p! Thing.
Bobby (to Auntie, an energetic suf
fragette) I s'po'se. auntie, the first
thing you'll do when you get to vote
will be to put a tax on us bachelors?
Chas. .8. Brent & Bro
Caldwell's Boone County White
Field Seed and Oats,
Dr. Haas' Hog Cholera Remedy. ,
HA$. Su BRENT BRO.
Both 'Phones 14.
DAVIS & FUNK, Props,
Telephone No. 4. Office Opp. Postoffice.
Physicians Meet in .Versailles.
B etween forty and fcrty-five doctors
were in Versailles Thursday to attend
the ixty -first quarterly meeting of'the i
Kentucky Midland lviedical Society.
Dr. W. C. McCauley, of Versailles, i3
president of the association. Among
those who tock part in the program
are Dr. R. H Davis, Dr. H. E. Tuley
and Dr. Louis Frank, of Louisville;
Doctors E. B. Bradley , M. S. Davis,
D. W. Barrow and C. C. Gurr, of Lex
ington ; Dr. C. G. Daugherty, of Paris,
and Dr. F. M. Beard, of Shelbyville.
The visiting physicians were enter
tained at dinner at the Y. M. C. A.
building, the dinner being served by
the ladies of the Civic League.
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They are pleased with our
laundry work the rest of
course. Systematic, thorough
painstaking work enables us
to get yonr laundry out the
day we promise it, and its
quality is guaranteed. Give
us a trial order. You'll not
of the Shoe
is the inner sole ; the outer sole is the shoe's life.
The Stetson is good all the way through from in
ner sole to outer sole a high grade shoe for high
The Dickey is a snappy Stetson creationan ex
clusive shoe for particular men. It is a high toe
shoe, but not extreme.
Come in and let us give you
freedom from fretting feet and
nerve worry by fitting you with '
a shoe that combines comfort
with style. One pair will make
-you a Stetson booster for life.
Mitchell & Blaktmon.
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will tell you it is certainly of
fine aroma. And a cup of it in
the morning will prove that it
tastes even better thaa it smells.
Rich,, golden brown in color,
with plenty of body, but no
bitter taste, it is a coffee fit for
a king. Be good to yourself
and try a pound.
Two Big Sto. cs, Corner Seventh and Main and South Main
East Tenn. Telephone Co.
For reliable telephone service, both local and .
LONG DISTANCE, use the East Tenuessee. Bour-
bon County Exchanges at
Paris, Millersburg, North Middletown, Littler Rock and
"Whenyou have East Tennessee service you
HAVE telephone service.' '
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Stetsons cost more by the pair, but less by the year:
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