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title: 'The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, May 26, 1911, Image 6',
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MJMri wi fint-daM one-way and round-trip tickets.
UqwN of local ticket agent or write
1. H. WWer. Gen 1 Agent Paaeenger
Dept. 416 Walnut St. Cincinnati, O., for
f wliiir iafonnation.
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3r?SiSftho enclosing Tit Ccata in
Un of Men from -whatever cnuse : how pro
SS : how cured; aUo Blood Poison, it terrib e
resalt; iu conqiwror by medical clenre I n its
latent andaiott remarkable victory, PJJJF
flnpi of thU awfml malady and making it quickly
and easily carable. Write 'or "d';rrTF
Adrlreaatha Dr. DOLLE ISnTITUlt-.
Faraow for almoet a ecore of year in Cincinnati
m a Specialist to Men.
Of Puis CifY SchMlTirListllMtk
' Sliht lucre isc in Atteatance.
We are authorized to announce Sid
.ney G. Clay as a candidate for Rep
reentative in the Legislature from
Bourbon county, subject to the action
of the Democratic party.
To Use Solder.
Solder will not adhere to any metal
until that Is about as hot as the melt
ed solder. In order to solder on to
any thick, heavy article either that
must be heated or .a copper heavy
enough to carry and hold much heat
must be used.
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AT RIGHT PRICES 1
LUMBER, LATHS, K
SHINGLES, POSTS, V$
SffiSHES, DOORS, K
BLINDS, HHRD AND (8
SOFT COAL, X
AGENTS FOR u
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BUY OUR LUMBER.
For durableness, goodness, dryness, soundness, it can't be beat. f
No better lumber ever grew. m W
We have the stock, it's sound and dry; YL
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MA We figure low, and that, you know. ug
2i Means everything to you! JL
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Have Stood The Test
ifettleton Spring Styles
For thirty-two years Nettleton shoes have
stood for true economy to the man of mod
erate means, and to the man of wealth the
best that money could obtain.
In style they are a little in advance of
other makes. We have the Spring line of
Nettleton Shoes and Oxfords in patent leath
er, black and tanRussia calfskins and glaz
They are here for your inspection at a
time that suits your convenience.
No more'tickets given on raffle until further notice
Meet us Face to Face!
-and we will show you the nobbiest line of S15.00
-Suits ever shown in Paris. Every one of these Suits'
is hand tailored, cut right up to style, and represents
the high class goods of Schloss Bros. & Co., (Clothes
"Beautiful). We show Spring Styles in
Stetson Hats; N
Hawes von Gal, best $3 hat in the world;
, . French Fine Shoes $3.50, $4 and $5;
-, Twin Bros.'' Special Shoes, $3.50 and $4;
Full line of W. L. Douglas & Co., Shoes;
High Grade Trousers $2.50 to $6.50;
Men's Suits from $7.50 to $25.
Note Our Window Display of $15.00 Suits.
' Clothing and Shoe Department:.
.We ate glad to report some improve
ment in the attendance in the white
schools forjthis month. Daily attend
ance is 494, just 16 more than last
The colored schools lost 2 in attend
ance this month. Everything is in a
prosperous condition and the largest
promotions in the history of the schools
One hundred and ninety-seven have a
place on the honor roll, which follows:
Clav Alexander 92, Eva Chappel 96,
Irene Collins 93, Anne Rutherford Dun
can 96, Emmaleen Kearns 95, Kathleen
Lovell 95, Julia Masterson 95, Mary
Masterson 92, Frances McCarthy 96,
Beulah Quinn 95, Elizabeth Hule 91,
Hilda Taylor 94, Allene Thomas 91,
Henry Scott Clay 90, Cartney Kenton
9J, Charles Padgett 96, Lawrence
Owens 95, Charles Owens 93.
Isabel Atlas 90, Catherine Hatcher
90, Nancy B. Wilson 94, Elizabeth
Johnson 90, Lila Lenox 90, Elizabeth
Longan 93, Helen Speakes 90, Elmer
Burnett 91, Robert Cromwell Meglone
92, Herbert Meyers 92.
Dora Wagoner 93, Virgil Mann 92,
Margaret Ewalt 92, Bessie King 90,
Ella Louise Keal 92, Anna Leeds 92,
Mildred Brannon 90, James McCHntock
93, Norbert Friedman 92, Hume Payne
92, Annie Lee Burns 91.
Marguerite Highland 93, Verna Tur
pin 93, Sidney Linville 95, Julius Her
rick 93, Elizabeth Wheeler 93, Lillian
Towler GO, Geraldine Herein 94, Mattie
Lee Scott 91, Collins Hall 92, Hugh
Scott 93. Robert Hall 92, Myrtle Day 91.
Aera Bishop 93, Minnie Borland 91,
Rene Clark 91, Eunice GifFord 93, Bes
sie GifTord 94, Lellie Kenney 92, Clara
Hartley 93. Christine McCord 95, Bob
Morris 90, Helen Rippetoe 94, A. T.
Rice 92, Bessie Sproule 93, Lena Snapp
90, M argaret Speakes J)2, Agnes Tur
ner 93, Dorothy Tingle 93.
Ida Mae Anderson 92, Ruth Hamil
ton 90, Martha Settle 96, Mary Smith
90, Ida Mae Snapp 92, Madge Taylor
96, Yancey Milton (Jhappell 90, James
Hardy 90, J. W. Hayden 92, Herman
Hennegan 91; Samuel Mastin 94, JPaI
mer Mvers 90, Stanlev Richard 91,
Stanley Rule 92, Herbert King 90, Ed
ward Sparks 91.
Grace Snapp 93, Bessie L. Snapp 90,
Charlotte Phillips 92, Preston Bales 94,
Cornelius Jams 91, William Mclntyre
90, Lutie Crowe 95, Edward Myers 94,
Elizabeth Snapp 95. . ..
Thomas McCHntock 91, Elise Varden
93, Faronie Heller 94, Harold Hufnagle
94, Ina Mattox 91, Edna Snapp 95,
Edith Harper 91, Blanche Chapman 91,
Leonard Tully 90, Bryan Jones 93.
Elizabeth Clark 93, Mabel Templin 93,
Maude Taylor 98, Willie Rice 93, Cary
Vallette McCHntock 91, Amy Rairden
91, John Brannon 91, Luther Bishop 92,
Ralph Huffman 92, Catharine Meglone
93, Gladys Snapp 90, Stanley Price 90,
Thomas Parker 90.
Julia Fitzgerald 96, Edith Bobbitt 93,
Mary Bratton 93, Elizabeth Galbraith
92, Elizabeth Hall 94, Ethel Harper 93,
Mattie Hughes 94, Mary Kearns 92,
Gertrude Lusk 92, Roxie McDaniel 90,
Frances Settle 94, Leila Speakes 92,
Evelyn Friedman 94, Sallie Crow 94,
Mary. Lynch 90, Minnie Kiser 92, Basil
Hayden 94, John T. Redmon !3,Fithian
Rye 90, Norwood Stitt 91. Clyde Jlich
ard 90, Bessie O'Neill 94.
Sarah Thompson 94, Vella Mastin 91.
Elizabeth Hedges 90, Barnett Winters
94, Marion Douglass 93, Willie Mastin
94, Ava Neal 90, Marian Cram 90, Cath
erine Patrick 90, James Ellis 90.
Christine Bramblette 92, Ellen Henry
z, Katnenne Kenney 91, Alease Hel
ler 91, Gertrude Slicer 98. . Grace Mc
Cord 98, Lina Crowe 98, Edward Mc
Shane93, Eugene Elder 92, Robert
Mitchell 98, Tom Kearns 95, Charlie
Freida Heller 99, John Price 99, Mar
garet Buchanan 98, Winn Lisle 96,
Manerva Rice 94, Helen Desha 93,
George Rassenfoss 93, Earl Galbraith
91, Katherine Rassenfoss 90.
Elsie Heller 99, Duke Brown 99, Clar
ence Harney 98, G. C. Thompson 98,
Oliv.e Taul 98, Clara Chambers 97,
Ethel Wood 96, Earl Dickerson 95,
Maude Fitzpatnck 92, Mary Hayden
Eli Friedman 99, Edward Myall 98,
Sello Wollstein 95, Wayne Cottingham
95, Hazel Duvall 94, Edna Keller 93,
Jake Saloshm 93, Sarah Meglone 92,
Joseph Letcher 92, Gertrude Turpin 92,
James Thompson 92, Ethel Rice 91,
Ruth Chambers 91, Beatrice Chapman
90, Coleman Renick 90.
Dennie Kennedy 96. Arleona Kuster
94, Nora Shannon 93, Allen Smith 93,
Amelia Kuster 92. v
Touring Car $1 ,000
F. O. B. Detroit
POWER To go anywhere.
RELIABILITY None ever wore out.
ECONOMY-Easy on tires and fuel.
APPROVEDBy 25,000? owners.
Fore-Door Model $1100; Roadrster Model $1000; Detachable Demi-Tonneau $1050
Bourbon Oarage & Supply Co.
Cor. 4th and High Sts., Paris, Ky.
Curtis & Over by,
f Successors to Carl Crawford
3 Oliairs 3
All White Parbers,
Hot and Cold Baths.
The Public Patronage Re
Curtis & Overby.
Let us fill your
pure drugs and
Varden & Son.
Big Advertisement Annomicing
Commencing June 10.
i TWIN BROS., I
Two Big Stores in One Cor. 7th and Main
Paris, Kentucky g
A Just and reasonable modesty does
not only recommend eloquence, but
sets off very great talent which n
man can be possessed of. It height
ens all the virtues which It accom
panies;, like the shades in paintings.
It raises and rounds eery -figure, and
makes the colors irore beautiful,
though not so glarfns they would
CHARLES W. HECK.
H0LLIBAY dc SETTLE
Garriufle and Repair shod at Paris. Ky-
Invites the Public Patronage.
' Twenty-five years experience in the business. m
Everybody Wants a Home
-Yet many have an exaggerated idea of the cost of building one. So they keep put
ting, their money into the landlord's purse.
If you would like to build a home of your own come and see us.
We Will Give You Free Estimates
' We will show you how you can build a nice, cozy, comfortable, little home at moder
ate cost. And will show you how you can pay for it. After that we want to show you
our complete line of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors and Interior Trim, such as
goes to make up a good home. We'll be glad to see you.
Paris Lumber & M'f 9q Company,
- . Incorporated
Yard at Office,, " :.
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