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THE BOURBON NEWS, VARIS, KENTUCKY, JUNE 25 1912.
Wanted a New Sensation. j
Bald One I would give anything
for your splendid head of hair. Woolly .
One Would you, really? Bald One .
Yes, I would like to go to the barber
shop just once and ieel that I was
getting my money's worth New Or
A. S. Thompson,
Is strictly pure made and kept at
Is sure death to bugs kills every
Is the most satisfactory Paris Green
Is uniform in strength and quality
protects the crops always.
TUso Arsenate of Lead, Bordeaux Mixture and Lime
Sulphur Spraying Materials.
C. A. DAUGHERTY.
Give Us a Triai on Our
That You Pay $12.50 Elsewhere.
Sole Agent for These Brands
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Reed Cushion Sole, M OPQ
Selz Royal Blue A1 vO
J. H. Josselson.
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j Curtis Henry & Co., !
Groceries, Dry GoocJs9
Freski (V2eats9 Etc.
Best Meats in Paris.
Country Produce Bought,
CASH OR TRADE
The Sanitary and Pure Food Store.
No Fiies. AH Vegetables Kept
Inside. No Street Display
All Goods the Best
Prompt Delivery to
CURTIS HENRY CO.
I Cor. 1 4th
Sight for Familiar Objects.
A familiar face and form may be
recognized at from fifty to one hun
One Place Where Living s 'Jreap.
In the Blue Nile region in itgypt a
native laborer can live very comfort
ably on six to eignt cents a day.
$10(y as BANK
and you want to check out
10,000 cents .
You grow corn under the old meth
ods. You cannot secure over 65 per cent
of the nutrients at the best, t Corn is
handled at less cost into Silo you get all
you put in, and the Silo itself costs not
to exceed one-third per ton that of any
other form of construction. '
B J l j n serves a lifetime.
ilea leaar mo gss,
Staves made by the oldest company in the business.
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Agent, Paris, Ky.
at cur store
Street, Paris, Ky.
All Parts of City.
Paris Takes Fast Game from
With Hauser pitching to his old form
and his teammates behind him hiiting
andlfielding brilliantly the Bourbon
ites'took the husky Pioneers into camp
at White Park yesterday afternoon,
winning by a score of 5 toj 1, in a fast
and snappy contest.
The visitors were barely saved a shut
out when in the fourth inning they put
over theii only run of the game. Hau
ser was very effective throughout, al
lowing but four hits, two of which
came in that session and which were
rpsponsible for the only tally regis
tered by the Richmond team.
The local aggregation put up a bril
liant fielding game, going the entire
nine sessions without a misplay.
man. liarreii, LiOcko ana jtiaroia
starred at this, accepting many diffi
cult chances. TheBourbonites touched
Myers, a former member of the Paris
team, for seven safe hits, ail of which
counted in tha run getting. The Rich
mond twirler was very unsteady at
stages and his failure to locate" the
plate resulted in five passes.
The Bourbonites took the lead in the
first tinning, when three hits in succes
sion counted two runs. In the third
another was added when Harrell walked
stole second and on an error by Roth
advanced to third, scoring cn Haines'
wild heave. In the fourth inning.
Roth the first up for Richmond hit
safely and was followed by a single
by Black. Hauser's wildpitchallowed
Roth to score from third.
The Bourbonites added their fourth
run in the seventh. After Hauser had
gone oat Kuhlman and Harrell singled
in succession the former scoring on
Locke's out to left. The last run came
-r-r 11 T- t- I TT . .
in the eighth inning after two
were down when Volz walked and
scored on Kanes' two-bagger to right.
Tomorrow the Pioneers will be the
attraction at White Park. The
sion will be Indies day and all
attending will be admitted free.
The Peris management last
released catcher Kane and announced
that D. S. Hicks has been signed and
will be here to-day to take his place
behind the bat
Hicks recently caught
for the Cincinnati U. S. League team
and'since the team disbanded has been
in that city. Last year he led the
Mountain State League in hitting. He
was a member of the Paris team two
yars ago. Since leaving Paris Hicks
has shown a remarkable improvement
as a receiver and will be a valuable
acquisition to the Bourbonites.
The rain and hail storm pat a stop
to the game between Paris and M.
Sterling in this city Friday, afternoon
after the contest, had gone but one
inning. The game gave every promit e j
as being one of interest as both teams j
started off well. i
Saturday afternoon at White Park
the Lawmakers administered a shut
out to Paris, winning by a score of 6
to 0. The game for six innings was
one of the prettiest Feen on the local
ground, this season, but in the seventh
inning the Bourbonites went up in the
air and victory was easy for the vis
itors. Ladwig pitched a good game
for Paris, allowing but five safe hits,
while Wahl for the visitors was at his
best allowing but three, hits and fan
ned seven of the opposing batsmen.
The Lawmakers added "another to
their long line of victories over Paris
when on Sunday they walloped the
Bourbonites on the Frankfort grounds
by a score of 11 to 2. Applegate,
Hauser and Harold were used to stop
the heavy hitting Lawmakers without
result. Manager Gfroerer, of Frank
fort team was struck with a pitched
ball and his jaw fractured. Weitzel
a Frankfort boy did the pitching
for the Lawmakers and the Paris
batters were onlv successful in get-
ting four safe drives off his delivery.
the new Iceberg refrigerator
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ators ; every size and of best makes.
My assortment of lawn and porch
furniture is unequalled. A splendid
line of rugs, carpets and wall paper to
select from. Call and look them over.
Prices most reasonable.
J. T. HINTON.
STOCK, CROP AND FARM NOTES.
Commissioner of Agriculture ;
Newman Friday let the contract for the j
erection on the State Fair Grounds of
a pavillion in which instruction will be '
given during the State Fair on live
stock and at which iive stock bred and ,
raised in Kentucky will be on hand for '
For Friday Only
clothing of any kind, a
Ice Picks oc, Shelf Paper 50
sheets for oc, handled Granite
Iron Baking Pans, 6-qt. size,
Magic Solder, mends Rubber,
Granite, Tin, etc., a package 10c.
No heat required.
Porch Seats 5c, Tin Milk Pans
3 for 10c. All sizes.
The new Indian Tuner Bell SI.
Alarm Clodks, special Friday
Cake Plates, Vegetable Bowls,
Meat Dishes, big assortment,
beautifully tinted arid decorated,
your choice only 10c.
Toilet Paper, 10 rolls for '25c.
EJrst quality Granite 12-qt.
size Preserving Kettles, each 35c.
Carlisle Suffers Another Big
One of the most disasierous fires in
the history of. Carlisle broke out Sun-
I day night about 11:0 o'clock in the
I livery stable of James O'Neill, on
: Main street, and befo; the flames were
under control at 12 :30 o'clock, property
! roughly estimated at a value of $25.
000 was destroyed. The fire was with
) in a block of the Nicholas county court
. house, but at no time was this build
The fire department was srrtly taxed
iu uyiijum tne names, imz cm x neroic
work and successfully gained control
of the confiagation within an hour
after it started.
An ann(nl ivp? msr'o tn fho Pui-io
1 department for assistance and it was
the intention of the local" firemen to
take the engine together with a good
supply, cf hose to Uip scene and render
all assistance possible to check the pro
gress of the flames. The Louisville &
Nashville had provided a train lor the
transportation of the apparatus, which
was tpken from the engine house at 11
o'clock and was being hastened to the
freight depot when a telephone mes
sage from Carlisle announced that the
services of the Paris deuartment were
The cause of the fire is unknown.
No accidents occured that endangered
human life although a great crowd
gathered to witness the flames, which
were in the business section of the
Sunday School Convention.'
The Bourbon county Sunday School
Convention was held in this cit.v Fri
day, wth President Geurge W.' Chap
man presiding, The devotional exer
cises were led bv Rev. J. S. Simms,
pastor of the Methodist church, where
the convention was held. The minutes
of the last meeting, which was
last year at the Baptist church in thi
city, were read by Mr. Houston N.
Rion, Secretary and Treasurer of the
Miss Maude Dance and Mr. lVaughn,
of Louisville, two State workers, were
present and addressed the convention
along the lines of Sundav school work.
The addresses were helpful and improv
ing the members of the tassociation'
who were, in attendance. The local
workers who contributed ood ad
dresses were Rev. E. M. Lightfoot,
Rev. J. S. Simms, Rev. W. E. Ellis,
Messrs. H. A. Power and D. Y. L.
The nominating committee comnosed
of Rev. E. M. Lightfoot, Rev. W. A.
Swift, of Millersburg; Mrs. T. M.
Funk, reported the following names of
officers for the ensuing year, which
were duly elected : G. P. Fisher, Mil
lersburg, President; J. W. Jones,
North Middletown, Vice President;
N. H. Rion, Paris, Secretary-Treasurer,
also the following superintendents
of the departments: Elementary, Miss
Belle Taylor Judy, Millersburg; ad
vanced, Mr. Henry A. Power; adult.
Mr. L. C." Reynolds ; education. Prof.
Geo. W. Chapman ; visitation. Mr. L.
A. Soper, Little Rock; organization,
Mr. C. O. Hinton ; temperance and
purity, Dr. F. L. Lapsley ; mission,
Mrs. Laura Ford.
British Like Cuban Cigars.
Cuba's best customer for cigars is
Great Britain, which takes sixty mil
lion every year.
Trophy Stake to Be Ran Wednes
Latonia. which has been the scene of
many a big turf struggle, will have
for its closing Jay, next Wednesday,
the biggest event of the meeting in the
Cincinnati Trophy Stake. The best
two-year-olds in the country are enter
ed in this event, and there will be a
bitter struggle for the historic cup on
next Wedresdav. As in the Derby the
cracks of the East and West are array
ed against each other. First comes J.
M. Camden, with Helios, the winner
ol the Breeders' Futurity at Lexing
ton and the Harold Stakes at Latonia ;
then comes G. F. Busehmeyer, of
; Louisville, with Hawthorne, a gelding
, who performed in marvelous style up
, to his last three races, havng won nine
.races up to that time, taking another
i 'Friday. H. K. Knapp, one of the pill
! p.rs of the Eastern turf, will be repre
sented b.v Yankee Notions and Palan
quin, both stake colts. Then there is
' H. C. Hallenbeck, Eastern millionaire,
j with a pair of crackerjacks, Hobnob
and Frederick L., both speedy as they
j make them- Then there are a pair of
! fillies. Christmas Star, owned by
Catesby Woodford, and Star of Dan
ube, owned b" J. C. Milam, both Ken
! tucky horsemen. There are still over
1 130 others, and one of the dart ones
will come from" the barn of E. R.
Bradley, owner of the Idle Hour farm.
It is figured that at least one dozen
will go to the post for this event, and
! one of the gretest races bstween two
5 ear-olds will be witnessed.
' Helios and Hawthorne will carry top
weight, and as the route is five and a
half furlongs.it will be a trving ordeal
for the youngsters. As it is the elos-
ing day an especially high class card
will go along with the Cincinnati
', Trophy, and the day will be one to be
It has been many years since so
I many good two-year-olds popped up.
i There always was one goon one, per
I haps two, but never ten, which are in
fnv vpnniiMno--the firstAfliSht- and just a Jbit of bad
j Preparations have been 'made for a
monster crowd, and it is expected that
the attendance mark made on Derby
Day will be wiped out.
The cup is a beautiful piece of gold
and silver work, and costs $500. In
addition the winner will get something
over $3,700 if the -twelve horses go to
the p.si, in inking itthe most valuable
two-year-old event in the cnuntrv.
The stockholders of the, Paris Base
Ball Club are called to meet in the
county court room at the court house
Wednesday evening, June 26, at 7:30
o'clock, for the purpose of discussing
the base ball situation in this city ard
to devise means by which the team
may exist. This meeting will be one
of vital 'importance and all stock
holders are requested to be present.
An invitation is extended to all the
local followers of the game to attend
' J: W. BACON, President.
Tait Choice of the Convention.
With nearly 350 of the Roosevelt
delegates declining to vote and hasten
ing away at adjournment time to tend
er to Colonel Roosevelt the nomination
of a new party, the fifteenth Republi
can National Convention, at the end of
a long and tumultous session Saturday
night renominated William Howard
Taf t, of Ohio, for President, and
James Schoolcraft Sherman, of New
York, for Vice President. Taft!
received 561 of the.1.078 votes in the I
convention, or 21 more than a ma
jority. The decision of the Roosevelt people,
under the direction of their leaders, to
retrain from voting, left no other
candidate near the President. The
announcement of President Taft's vic
tory was greeted with cheers rom his
adherents and groans and hisses from
When it became absolutely certain
that Mr. Taft would be nominated
without great difficulty, the leaders in
control of the convention decided to
give him as a running mate his com
panion on the ticket in 1908. -
All others dropped from . the race,
and Sherman was" the only candidate
regularly placed before the convention.
Amotion from New Hampshire to
make the nomination by acclamation
was declared out of order. There were
many scattering votes on the roll call
The convention, ramid much con
fusion, adjourned sine die. At no time
was there an indication of a walk-out
by the Roosevelt delegates. They ex
pressed their revolt by silence.
Former President Roosevelt was
nominated for President on an inde
pendent ticket in the dying hours of
the Republican national convention in
which he met defeat. No Vice resi
dential candidate was named. The
tollowers of Colonel Roosevelt trather
jei in Oichestra Hall, less than a mile
Irom the,Coliseum, and pledged their
support to the former President. In
accepting the nominaton Colonel
Roosevelt appealed to the people of all
sections, regardless of party affili
ations, to stand.with the founders of
the new party, one of whose cardinal
principles, he said, was to be "Thou
shalt not steal." The informal nomi
nation of Colonel Roosevelt was said
to be chiefly for the purpose of effect
ing fa temporary organizntion. Be
ginning when a call is to be issued for
a State convention in Illinois, the
work of organization will be pushed
forward rapidly, State by State.
The following invitations have
been issued :
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wollstein
invite you to be present at the marriage
of their daughter
Mr. David M. Bachrach
on Wednesday at noon
July the tenth
Nineteen hundred and twelve
1126 Pleasant street,
R. S. V. P.
Mr. J. K. Redmon announces the
engagement of his daughter ,Ida, to
Mr James Febger Lea, of Philadelphia.
The marriage will take place the latter
part of the summer.
Miss Eva M. Crouch, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Crouch, of
near Little Rock, was quietly married
to Mr, Redmon Gossett, of Harrison
county, at Louisville, a lew days ago.
by Rev. E. L. Powell. The news of
their marriage was quite a surprise
to the friends of this popular cojple,
who will go to housekeeping at their
country home in Harrison county.
When, there is order, there must be
mind, and Where there is mind, there
must be a sense of justice. A. Conan
We All Know the Kind.
"It was an interestin' game," said
Bronco Cob; "but it had to break up."
"Wasn't it perfectly fair?" "Yes. But
it got irritatin'. We had one of them
protestin' fellers settin' into it. One
of them fellers that can't hold less
than three aces without thinkin' the
deal ain't square."
Boosters will Arrive in Paris
This is the day for the Boosters
from Cinicnnati to put in their appear
ance in this city and from all accounts
plans have been completed to give the
visitors a royal welcome.
On a previous occasion the Cincin
nati business men had planned to make
a visit to Pans but on April 26. the
date set for their arrival here, a heavy
rainstorm prevented a procrram which
had been prepared from being carried
out and since that time a trip to the
towns in Central Kentucky which they
failed to visit has been under consid
ertion. The Boosters are coming about one
hundred and fifty strong and they will
represent almost every branch of trade
iin the Queen Cit.v. . Mr. W. O. Hin
ton, President of the Paris Commer
cial Club has issued an urgent appeal
to all the business men of Paris to turn
out and greet the visitors.
The special train carrying the boost
ers will'arrive in Faris this afternoon
at 2 :45 o'clock ard tha business nun
will be in Paiis about two hours. It
is plar.1 ed to li:ive a committee to go
to Cynthiana at noon today to meet
the visitors and accompany (hem to
Paris Tfce local business men will
meet at the. ccurt house and headed by
the High School Band will march to
the depot. On the return they will
be accompanied by the boosters headsd
by Weber's band. The march will be
made to the court house when the pio
cram which has been arranged will be
carried out. Hen C. M. Thomas will
deliver an address cf welcome, which
will be followed by an address of sev
eral of the visitors and the program
wll also include a concert by the band
which will accompany the boosters.
It is desired that all of the Paris
business men .arrange to be at the
court house at 2 :15 o'clock when" the
march to the depot will begin.
Bryan May Make (Fight Against
William J. Bryan may be the candi
date named by the Progressives to
make the fight against Judge Alton B.
Parker, of New York, for temporary
chairman of the Democratic National
That was the plan that was being
considered by the Bryan and Wilson
forces shortly before the .National
Committee met to name the tempo
rary chairman and set le the contest
Seeking to prevent the election of
Judge Parker," supporters of Gov. Wil
son instructed Robert F. Hudspeth.
National Committeeman from New
Jersey, to vote for Senator-elect Ollie
James, of Kentucky, an avowed Champ
-Mr. Bryan said he would not take up
the fight on temporary chairmanship in
the National Committee and that it
would be fought out in the convention.
Members of the National Committee
may decide to pass upon the question .
of ratification" of the selection of
Judge Parker without debate.
It was stated authoritively this
morning that the friends oi Judge
Parker had 31 votes out of the 52 on
the National Committee.
Senator-elect Ollie James, of Ken
tucky, talked for some time with Mr. -Bryan
today, after which Mr. James .
made it known that he was not a candi
date for temporary chairman and was
of the opinion that his name would not
be presented to the committee.
JAMES WON'T BE A CANDIDATE.
BALTIMORE, MD., June 24.-Tha
National Committee at 2:15 this after
noon apcointed a commtitee of two,
Chairman Mack and National Com
mitteeman Hall, of Nebraska, to con
fer with W. J. Bryan and Alton B.
Parker and their supporters with a
view to preventing a fight on the floor
of the convention over the selection of
a temporary chairman.
This action was taken after friends
of Bryan had served notice on the
National Committee that if the recom
mendation for Judge Parker is sustain
ed they will nominate Mr. Bryan on
the convention floor to oppose Parker
for the honor.
After Judge Parker had been placed
in nomination before the committee
several speeches for and against his
selection were made. No other nomi
nations had beerf made when the com
mittee appointed Mack and Hall and
adjourned until 7 o'clock to-night.
The Kentucky delegation at a meet
ing today announced their intention of
supporting the choice of the National
Committee for temporary chairman
despite the fact that Senator-elect
Ollie James of that State had been
suggested as a candidate by the Bryan
forces against Parker. After the dele
gation in caucus had adopted a reso
lution pledging support to the Nation
al Committee, James announced that
he would not be a candidate for the
PROGRAM OF CONVENTION.
Tuesday, 12 o'clock Noon Conven
tion called to order by National Chair
man Norman E. Mack; call for con
vention read by Secretary Urey
Woodson; opening prayer by Cardinal
Gibbons; National Committee select
ion for temporary chairman announ
ced by Chairman Mack; introduction
of temporary chairman and his ad
dress; roll call of States for represen
tatives on Committee on Credentials,
Permanent Organization, Rules and
Order of Business, and Platform and
Wednesday Convention called to
order by temporary chairman ; open
ing prayer ; report of Committee on
Credentials (this report fixes the per
manent roll ot tne convention) ; re
port of Committee on Permanent or
ganization; speech Ly permanent
chairman; report of Committee on
i Rules and Order of Business ; report
of Committe on Resolutions (this re
port is the platform of the party) , or
der of further business of convention
fixed by Rules Committee.
Thursday Call to order by perma
nent ciiairman; opening prayer;
sDeeches placing Presidential candi
dates in nomination ; roll call of States
to record their votes for candidates ;
continued until one candidate receives
two-thirds of votes ; speeches placing
Vice-presidential candidates in nomi
nation; roll call of States until selec
tion is made; announcement of mem
bers of new National Committee; ad
journment sine die.
So, There s No Such Thing.
Nobody ever possesses a luxury,
for a luxury is a thing that one is not
able to have.
RATS MAKE NEST OF MONEY
Firemen After a Blaze Discover $5Q
in Celling of New York
New York. Fire Commissioner
Johnson has sent to the treasury de
partment for redemption $50 in bills
of the denominations of one, two and
five dollars, which firemen discovered
hidden in the ceiling of a house in
Pearl street after a fire. Rats had
formed a nest of the money and all of
the bills were chewed by the rodents
and otherwise mutilated.
The money, after it is redeemed by
the treasury department, will be
turned over to the firemen's pension
fund unless it is claimed by Jacob
Meyer, who owns the house.
Bicycle With Wings Files.
Paris. France desires to promote
the science of flying without motor
At Juvisy recently the bicyclist La
valade by the use of a bicycle which,
had been converted into an "aviatte"
by adding a sort of wing, "flew" three
feet seven inches, according to the
He cleared a cord stretched from
the ground at a height of eight inches,
but most of the spectators were in
clined to designate the so-called
"flight" a jump.
The experiment was preliminary to
a contest here for a prize of $2,000 of
fered for an "aviatte" flying 33 feet-