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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY,. JUNE 25, 1912.
Notice to the Public.
Ttxs well to anticipate the possibil
"Str f typhoid fever. Then, boil all
srec used for domestic purposes,
jk put yourself on the safe side.
ccnce of prevention, etc. Presume
'Htr ?ater supply to be bad until
CSpaie know it to be good. This can
asfr be-brought out by analysis.
ZOZZ "a: H. KELLER,
Ttf City Health Officer.
The Soft Answer.
She (with irritation) Qh, your con
duct is enough to make an angel weep.
He I don't see you shedding any
And Poor Cheese, at That.
The milk of human kindness of
some people, when churned, would
make limburger cheese.
"Ce Borne of Comet Tootwear'
1 IiAy I
if A A 1
This Week and I
The volume of business this
has broken al! previous
The phenomenal sales the past
weeks have left us an accumula
tion of a great many short and
broken lines and this w6ek!wil! be
There will be plenty of
gains thrown on bargain table that
will delight the most
White Shoes and Slippers,
The Ideei Summer
Um XWe have the largest assortment in Ladies', Misses'
and Children's White Shoes in Pumps in Canvas and
"White Nu-Buck. AU the newest styles.
We Save You Money on Your Shoe Purchases.
if 336 Main St., Paris, Ky.
Dr. C. C. Fisher was at Paintsville
from Saturday until Monday.
Miss Frances Burroughs left Thurs
day for a visit to relatives in Missouri.
Mrs. Ralph Boner, of Falmouth, is
the guest of Mrs J. M. Mason.
Mr. Chas. Berry and Miss Edna
Mason were visitors in Lexington,
Several from here attended the
Sunday school convention at Paris,
Miss Ruth McClintock left Monday
for New York, ,and will sail Wednes
day for Europe.
Col. C, M. Best returned Sunday
after a ten days' sojourn at French
Lick Springs, Ind.,
Dr. C. C. Fisher and family attend
ed the Epworth League Conference at
Cynthana during the week.
Mrs. Anna Jefferson -left Saturday
for a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Reynolds Becraft, at Paris.
Mr. E. ,C. Hawkins and fmily leave
today for an extended tour of Okla
homa. Kansas andColorado.
Mr. Malcom Linville, of Peru, lnd.,
was the guest of his father, Mr. J. H.
Linville, Sunday and Monday.
Miss Ruth Stirman, who is attending
the Normal School at Richmond, was
at home from Friday till Monday.
J. G. Smedley and daughter, Mrs. C.
B. Smith, returned Friday after three
weeks' visit to relatives in Texas.
Mr. Aaron McConnelJ entertained
the members of his Sunday school
class with a fishing outing yesterday.
Misses Sadie and Edna Clarke and
niece. Miss Alberta Moffit, left Mon
day for a visit to relatives in Okla
homa. Master'Hamlet Collier and little sis
ter, Martha, of Paris, arrived Thurs
day as quests of their grandmother.
Mrs. Mattie Purnell.
I am prepared to do all kinds of
pressing and cleaning. Prompt scr
vce and low prices.
25-4t " REIDLEY GREEN.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Allen have re
turned after a few days' sojourn at
Olympian Springs, where Mr. Allen
went as a delegate to the Banker.'
Eld. Thof. Smith and family have
moved to the home of Miss Anna Con
way for the summer. Miss Conwav
will visit during the gtime, and is now I
with volnfivoa in Ti iic I
Mr. and Mrs. Comer, of Paris, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Collier,
Thursday night . Miss Sue Mitcnell,
of Harrodsburg, was the guest last
week of Mrs. 0. II. Collier.
Mr. R. S. Chanslor was operated on
at the Good Samaritan Hospital. Cin
cinnati, Sunday morning, and reuorts
from his bedside indicate that the'oua
ration was a success. Mrs. E. M.
Thompson and Mr. C. C. Chanslor,
sister and brother, are with him.
Mr. Walter Ammerman.'who recent
ly graduated at State University, Lex
ington, has accepted a position with
the Marsh, Cleary & White Construc
tion Co., of of South Brodie, Mass,,
and left for bis new field of labor
Thursday. Mr. Ammerman is one of
our most prominent young men, and
after taking his degrees at the Uni
versty there were two positions open to
him, the other in North Carolina.
Complaint Filed Against Railway.
A supplemental comnlaint was tiled
with the .Railroad Commission Satur
day by the Kentucky Distilleries and
Warehouse Company against the L.
& N. railroad, asking that 11,738 i i
overcharges on shipmencs of grain
and other commodities be refunded
to it. The original complaint asked
that $17,000 be refunded, and the
11,738 asked for Saturday in addition
to the 17,000.
Turner In The Race.
Charles C. Turner, of Mt. Sterling,
filed petitions yeslerd-Mv a' Fjankfort
to make the race for the Democratic
nomination lor Appellate Judere in
the Seventh District. Mr. Turner ser
ved as olficial reDorter of the Mont
gomery court for six years, and is one
C i.1 i 1 . -
ui uie auiesu lawyers in wie state.
Paris Boy Seeks to Reach Home.
A dispatch from Savanah, Ga., Sat
urday was as follows : "His last ten
cents gone, homeless and without a
place to sleep. Henry Hodges, an
eighteen-year-old lad, has apnlied to
the police and the Associated Charities
for lodging until he can secure
sufficient money to take him to his
home at Paris, Ky.
"A victim of tuberculosis of the
bone of the left leg near the knee, the
youth still locks the world in the face
with a ready smile, without pessimism
"Two and a half years ago Hodges
Iftt his home in Kentucky to seek a
living for himself and means of sup
porting his widowed mother. Eighteen
months auo tie went to Tampa to work
yt hi trad; t house painting. Six
ins nths bii tr-e di ease, from which ke
wat Hireadv suffering in a mild form,
became afute. He was taken to a hos
ni nl for cmui i is diseases, where in
ord -r to av i-- other limbs, it was
decided to take off his left arm. In
this condition the hospital turned him
out on the world.
"With a pitiful small sum of money
in his posession the boy started to
work his way home. His money last
ed until he reached Savannah, and here
he spent his last dime for food. With
nothing left in his pockets and star
vation staring him in the face, he was
forced to apply to the. charities of the
city for aid.
"Crippled in arm and leg, there is
little he can do to earn a living. He
has been advised to write home to his
mother for funds, but she is m string
ent circumstances herself and the boy
hates to apply to her. He hopes rath
er to be able in some manner to work
his way through. The boy refuses to
beg on the streets.
"Kind-hearted people have rallied to
the assistance of the lad A consider
able purse has already been made up
for him. The police, whose guest re
has been at the barracks Eince reach
ing Savannah, hope to obtain reduced
rates for him over the railroads."
CINCINNATI'S Greatest Store
invites you to call and make
yourself at home when in Cincinnati
V3 ' . s
T.he Mabley & G arena Go. Fountain Square, Cincinnati -
We place at your disposal our waiting
and rest rooms and every other conven
ience contained in the buildings'.
Meet your friends heres check' your bag
gage, use our information bureau all this
service with our compliments.
Immense Line New Wall Paper.
Call at my store and pick from the
large new spring stock of wall paper
just what you want and need and have
it put on now and avoid the spring
rush. Expert decorators ready to do
J. T. HINTON.
Twelve candidates for membership
in Pans Tent, Knights of the Macca
bees, went to Lexington last Wednes
day night, where the second and third
degrees were conferred upon them by
the degree team of the LexingtGn
lodge No. 20. A large number of the
members of the local tent attended
One farmer reports loss of S400 by
hog choiera. Use Laughlin's Hog
Remedy and you won't lose a hog .
fe'or sale only bv
CHAS. E. BUTLER & CO.,
18-4t Opp. Court House, Pans, Ky.
Human Skull Unearthed.
While engaged in excavatjng for the
foundation of the Doyle buildinz, near
the corner of Main and Eighth streets,
Friday afternoon, w.orkmen unearthed
a human skull. The cranium wa3
iound at a depth of fifteen feet and
w?.s badly crushed by the nick of work
men. Close to the skull were found
several portions of the vertebra of a
human. The skull was very thin and
showed very high cheek bones, indi
cating thai it was a part of the skele
ton of an Indian woman. The teeth
of both the lower and upper jaws were
remarkably well preserved, and from
the condition of the skull it was evi
dent that it had been buried tor a
great many yeavs. Kain which fell
shoitly after the grewsome find was
made compelled the workmen to stop
digging, and as soon as work can he re
sumed an effort will be made to un
earth other portions of the skeleton
which are believed to hb in the vicin
ity of where the skull waafound. .
WS IMF MIT
W7E live, we grow old, and the LAST YEARS
W should be free from CARE, instead of burd
ened with weight of having to provide. This should
have been done in youth by the practice of frugality
and a live BANK ACCOUNT.
United States Depository for Postal Savings.
We pay 3 per cent interest on savings accounts
DEPOSIT BANK OF PARIS.
Capital lOO,000 Surplus $30,000