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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, APRIL 30, 1912
Establish 1392) BY A TRUE SPECIALISE OR MEN. (Established J892)
There is absolutely no jmtrtiworlc nlioat tlio rt'sults of tlie course of treatment I
give for encli of the iesise: I it:iL a t eela.lty, or oon after 'beginning my
treatment every syajnloiu tZ dlscaso dla;jear3 cml the trouble never returns.
LGWELT CHARCE3 !! QUICKEST CURES
That Stay Cured
A CDIvT AZ-J CURE
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ficreaw4! I toui.i'fuvc it. jirou-SMonal" reliability are the many
cured, tatSid juiU-jnts I l'.K.is. v.i.it'h j.rovcs that my treat
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Nervousness, W ee.::.. Landing lower.
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DR.C. L DOLLE, Men-Specialist
, 525 WALNUT STREET,
Between 5th and nth Aviwcf,
(Near Fountain Sq.) Cincinnati, O.
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nili. 1, In-1. rjte m'L'I mc free one of your books
' V'J'O Pick forilfa;" elo Question Blank, as I deiire
t eirils my c to j ou Icr the purpose of taking
t -vatni, ii I diyids you can euro me and your
s m Ijw chough to SUit cc.
D.WIS & FUNK, Props.
Telephone No. 4.
Office Opp. Postoffice.
A P rticular Service For
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
Not Intentional Crime.
"You are charged with poisoning
this lady's pet dog. I shall deal se
verely with such ingratitude. She
"jtestifies that she had just given you
fa mince pie." "I didn't do it inten
tionally, judge. I did feed him a piece
pf de pie."
Knowledge Must Be His Guide.
As the Spanish proverb says, "He
who would bring home the wealth of
the Indies must carry the wealth of
the Indies with him." So it is in
traveling: A man must carry knowl
edge with him if he would brng
home knowledge. Samuel Johnson.
THE BOURBON NEWS
Established 188130 Years of Con
Published Every Tuesday and Friday
One Year $2.00 Six Months. .$1.00
Payable in Advance
Entered at Postoffice at Paris, Ky.,
as mail matter of the second class
Display advertisements, $1.00 per
inch for first time ; 50 cents per inch
each subsequent insertion. .
Reading notices, 10 cents per line
each issue ; reading notices in black
type, 20 cents per line, each issue.
Cards of thanks, calls on CBndidates,
obituaries and resolutions, and simi
lar mat! er, 10 cents per line,
Special rates for large advertise
ments and yearly contracts.
The right o? publisher is reserved
to decline any advertisement or other
matter offered for publication.
Space is a newspaper's stock in
trade, its source of revenue.
Steel Trust in Politics.
That the Steel Trust is willinc to
spend money to elect men to public
offices who are willing to serve it after
they get into office, is again being
2 When Theodore Roosevelt was presi
dent of the United States he permitted
the Steel Trust to absorb its principal
rival, the Tennessee Coal and Iron
company, ihis permission to violate
the law was worth millions of dollars
to the Steel Trust, because it practi
cally assured the trust a monopoly,
leaving it free, by the simple process
of tightening the screws on the public,
to extort most any pi ice it desires for
The absomiion of the Tennessee com
pany by the Steel Trust was in direct
violation of both the spirit and the let
ter of the law. No one denies this.
Not even the attorneys for th& Steel
Trust contend now.oi ever did contend,
that the deal was legal.
This is not the only favor Theodore
Roosevelt did for the Steel Trust, 'or
did the harvest trust at the request of
George W. Perkins, then partner of J.
Roosevelt's commissioner of cornor
ations investigated the harvester trust,
found it illegal, but at the suggestion
of Mr;. Perkins, the report was not
The most exhaustive search of the
records during the years that Roosevelt
was President fails to show the pass
age of a single measure that even in
the most remote manner affected the
monopoly and the huge dividens of the
Steel Trust. Hundreds of such meas
ures were introduced into both the
House and the Senate while Mr. Roose.
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Will stand more hard use and abuse than
I amy Sight: roadster ever built. The idea 3
car for the busy man. The best finished,
best bi5s8t9 simplest and strongest car of
Perfectly Noisless, 26 Horse-Power, 30x3 1-2 Wheel
Sliding Gear, Selective Type Transmission,
Three Speeds Forward and Reverse.
YERKES & PRICHABJD
Both 'Phones 66
velt was President. Each and everyone
was chloroformed and killed in com
mittee. And Mr. Roosevelt . never
raised his voice in protest.
Mr. Roosevelt is now a candidate for
office. Every politician in the land is
aware that he is spending more money
to obtain delegates than any candidate
for the Presidency has spent in this
country in the last quarter of a
century. Where is this money t coming
from? Let us see :
Eton Huntington Hooker, treasurer
of the Roosevelt league, has j.ust tiled
with the secretary of state of New
York a list of contributors to the
Roosevelt tfund. This sworn affidavit
reveals that in the city of New York
alone George W. Perkins, organizer of
the harvester trust and directors of
the Steel Trust, spent $15,000. Frank
A. Monsey. the'largest individual hold
er of steel stock (common) in the
country, contributed $15,000 more.
Thirty thousand dollars of steel trust
money spent in a city of one state
alone, and there are 47 stateB in the
union ! This 'sworn statement shows
that in New York City $59,126.75 was
spent to get about 15,000 Roosevelt
votes, or practically $4 a vote.
SenatorxSteohenson spent only half
as much per vote in Wisconsin and it
was declared that he thus dobauched
American standards and should not be
permitted to occuDy a seat in the
The point to this article, however, is
that the steel trust stands by its
Chief Executorer Issues Order.
Col. Green R. Keller, editor of the
Carlisle Mercury has issued his fifth
annual proclamation for "rat killing"
as follows :
"Every house holder in Nicholas
county is urged to celebrate May 1 by
killing every rat possible. There is
nothing so destructive as rats.and they
cause the peoplemillions of dollars of
losses every year. You can save many
do'lars bv making them scarce. Don't
regard this as a joke, but get busy and
kill every rat about youi premises if
"G. R. KELLER. Chief Rat Killer."
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Great Eubolik at Lexington.
Jan Kubolik, wisard of the violin,
world's greatest musician, with the
New York Symphony Orchestra, con
ducted by Walter Danrosch, America's
foremost leader, will appear in a
grand double bill at the Lexington
Auditorium, Wednesday night, May 1.
Those two attractions, each the great
est of its kind in the world, combines
to make Lexington's annual May Day
musical festival one that offers music
lovers the moat sublime treat of the
Kubolik, will appear -at the Audi
torium in the second to last concert
to be given in America, as he is now
completing his third tour of this coun
try, prepnratory to sailing for South
America. While it is doubtful if this
genius of the violin will ever again be
heard in America, that he certainly
will never again be en tour with the
famous New Yor Symphony Orchestra.
Kubolik, with his four famous vio
lins costing $91,000, insured for
$60,000, Jhis $85,000 hands comes to
Central Kentucky while he is attain
ing the pinnacle of success, the idol
of five continents, criterion for all
Special arrangemnts will be made
for music-lovers of Paris who wish to
attend thia concert May Day in Lex
ington. Interurban cars will leave
Paris "and Lexington at hours con
venient tu Bourbon county, citizens.
The scale of prices for "this concert
is as follows : Box seats $2 50; Re
served seats, Lower floor S2 Bal
coy $1.50. Standing room and admiss
ion $1. Mail orders, accompanied by
cash or checks, will be filled in the
order received. Everyone is especi
ally urged to be prompt in securing
their reserved seats, as the rush wiil
be tremendious when the seats .are
placed on Jsale at Jthe Hippodrome
office on Wednesday, April 24, at 10
A. M. Patrons are urged to be seated
promptly at 8:15 o'clock, as no one
arriving late will not be seated until
JDon't be surprised if you have an
attack of rheumatism this spring.
Just rub the affected parts with
Chamberlain's Liniment and it will
soon disappear. Sold by all dealers.
Go to Buck's.
For a nice bath, hair cut or shave,
go to Buck's barber shop. Three first
clap? barbers. 13 tf
Why He Was Late.
"What made you so late."
"I met Smithson."
Well that is no reason why you
shonld be an hour late getting home
"I know, but I asked Jhim how he
was feeling, and he insisted upon tell
ing me about his stomach trouble."
"Did'you tell him to take Cham
"Sure, that is what he needs."
Sold by all dealers. -
A BLOOD BfEDiCSNE! WITHOUT AIoCOHOL.
Recently it has besn deSnitly proven by experiments oa animals that alcohol
lowers the germicidal power of the- body and that alcohol paralyzes the white cor
puscles o the blood and renders them uaame to take up and destroy disease germs.
Disease germs cause the death o over one-half of the hurcn race.
A blood medicine, made entirely without slcchol, wlrich is a pure glyceric ex
tract of roots, such as Bloodroot, Queen's rcoi, Golden Seal root, Mandrake and
Stone root, has been extensively sold by druggists for the past forty years as Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The refresh. t& influence of this extract is like;
Nature's influenso the blood is bathed in the ton.f which gives life to the blood
the vital fires cf the body bum brighter end their increased activity consumes tha
tissue rubbish, which h-s accumulated during the v:;;tcr.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, the founder of the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute, and a physician of large experience and
practice, was the first to make up an Alterative Extract c
roots, without a pariicle c a'.cohol or narcotic.
' "It 13 with fas greatest of plcnsure, that I write to let you know of
the grcst benefit I received Iron the use of your medicines and self
traatment at home," vritea 133. Y M. IISYE3, of Ladysmith, B. C. " I suf
fered for three year3 from a running sore. Consulted four doctors hut
,? they failed to mend or give relief. Finally I wa3 told I was in consump-
vv, tion and would have to consult a, specialise concerning my ear. that the)
;. dead bone must be cut out before the wound would heal. A kind friend
advised me to write to Dr. Pierce, which I did, and after seven months
useof the treatment the sore is nealed, and 1 enjoy better health than I
ever did. 1 dressed the wound with Dr. Pierce's All-Healing Salve and
took the 'Golden Mei.ical Discovery and 'Pleasant Pellet3' for my
troubles. I shall alwuys recommend your medicines.
Mas. TTrarns. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver and bowels.
GEO. W. DAVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER,
BOTH'PHONES DAY 13 7; NIGHT 399.
Why not you join the great army of
customers and burn
-Now isthe time to try a load.
East Tenn. Telephone Co.
For reliable telephone service, both local and : -LONG
DISTANCE, use the East Tennessee. Bour
bon County Exchanges at
Paris, Millsrjbarg, Nirlh M iddleto wn, -Little11 Rock an
"When you have East Tennessee service you
HAVE telephone service."
Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph
8 am Paying from 50c to 75c
eacSi for Sheep Hides.
Tallow and 5 1 -4c per lb.
8th Street, . PARI3, KY.
Call East Tenn. Phone 374
NEW - BARBER - SHOP !
Hot and Cold Baths,
Manicuring 35 Cents,
Shampooing 25 Cents.
Work done promptly and satisfaction
East Tenn. Phoe 669
Children's Work a Specialty.
Joe. G. Mitchell,
Against Fire, Tornado and
Lightning. Tw0 old reli
able, prompt paying companies.
LOWRY & TALBOTT
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
will not be yours unless you'
fit's with fc&Airfir SV MSSfk&f
in Your KitchenJ
f Come in and see them. They
are the best made. A