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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 11, 1912
JOHN HAUCK S
All Brands of Bottled in Bond Goods.
Private Stock Whiskies, 8-year-old, 1 1 0
Proof, $1.00 per Quart.
Iiauieh aim uciuiGiiicu
Your Fall Shoes
They are new, seasonable and rea
sonable. The assortment is made up
of the best styles of the world's best
Shoe makers. The scope is so broad
and the size ranges so complete you
will find your size in any make you
We have also a full line of Misses',
Children's and Boys School Shoes in
Gun Metal, Patents and Tans.
465 Acres of-Well-Improved Bourbon
For Sale at Auction!
Desiring to return to Europe to reside iierinanently, have " decided to
dispose of all my real estate in America, and have therefore placed my farm
lying in Bourbon county in the hands of Harris & Speakes to be sold at pub
lic outcry at the court house door in Paris, Ky., on
n Thursday, October 10, 1912,
at 2 O'Clock p. m.
"The farm is situated about six miles east of Paris, on the Iron Works
pikp, and contains 465.81 acres, and is perhaps better known as a part of the
J?ord farm. It will be offered, in three tracts, then as a whole, and the best
TracD No. 1 Contains 210 acres, more or less, of the best land in Bour
bon county, 200 acres being virgin soil, with an abundance of timber, such
as walnut, oak, ash, hickory, etc. It is well watered with ponds and never
The improvement; consists of a handsome two-story brick residence
"with all modem conveniences. The first floor has six rooms, 20 ft. square,
double hall 12x20 feet, large, well-lighted kitchen, pantry, back hall, both
complete and porcn around entire rear of house. Four rooms and hall on
second floor, good dry cellar under entire house, up-to-date furnace and
cistern at door. It is handsomely finished, convenient and comfortable. It
lias a stone barn 120x60 feet, with 14 box stalls, concrete floor and tougue
and grooved, loft. This barn was built at a cost $9,400, and is without doubt
the best in the country. Artisian well at bara; servents' house ; splendid
meat house; ice house and framefarm barn 72x44 feet, cistern at same.
Tract No 2 Contains 150 acres, lying on the east side of the Iron Works
pike ; all in blue grass for eight years ; residence of five rooms ; large barn ;
ice house, meat house, cistern, never-failing springs, good fencing.
Tract No. 3 Contains 15 acres, more or less, in cultivation, broken
from old blue grass sod two years ago; unimproved; plenty of water; fenc
ing fust-class. Good frontage on pike and splendid-building site.
This farm is without do-ibt one of the best in the county, being well sit
uated and very fertile. It will produce anything that can be grown in this
climate. It is in an excellent neighborhood, convenient to churches and
schools. Any one in the market for a fine Blue Grass farm'should attend
Positive sale. Sold subject to survey. Possession March 1, 1913, with
astral seeding privileges this FalL
TERMS One-tbird cash, balance in two equal payments, in one and
two years, deferred notes bearing interest at 6 per cent, fromdate until paid.
W. A. LANE.
For further information -address Ed. Turner or Harris & Speakes, Paris.
3y., who will take pleasure in showing the farm to prospective purchasers.
COL. GEO. SPEAKES. Auctioneer.
Notice To Stockholders.
A call is hereby issued for the re
rnaining ninety per cent of the stock
subscribed to the People's Bank pay-.
able to the undersigned on or before
Saturday. October 12, 1912. All
stockholders are requested to comply
4 3t SILAS BEDFORD. Cashier.
Vaccnum Cleaner For Rent.
Electric Vacuum Cleaner for rent at
SI per day. An excellent machine
which will do everything claimed for
it. Ca 1 or telephone
MRS. LEER STOUT,
4 3t Seventh street.
I havejust secured a new barber
from Chicago and am orepared to give
the public first class service. Give me
a call. Shop is equipped with electric
ftfns to keep you cool. Three first
das barbers. My bath tubs are al
wavs'ready. !Aug2tfj:a'BUCK FREEMAN.
The Shoe Man
Marriage is a delightful thing; but
it is not, and never can me. a duty;
nor is It as a duty that men and
women have hitherto zealously prac
ticed it Agnes Reppller, Lltt. D.
First Week-End Guest "Would you
ask our hostess to lend us the mo
tor?" Second Week-End Guest
"Good heavens, no. I'd as soon think
of asking her for a piece of string!"
Almost a Miracle.
One of the most startling changes
evre seen in anv man. according to W.
B . Holsclaw, Clarendon, Texas, was
effected years ago in his brother. "He
had such a dreadful cough." he writes,
"that all our family thought he was
going into consumption, but he began
to use Dr. King's New Discovery, and
was completely cured by - ten bottles.
Now he is'sound and well and weighs
217 pounds. For many years our fam
ily has used this wonderful remedy for
coughs and colds with excellent re
sults." It's quick, safe, reliable and
guaranteed. Price 50 cents and ?$1.
Trial bottle free at Oberdorfer's.
THE BOURBON NEWS
Entered at Postoffice at Paris, Ky.,
as mail master of the second class
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HON. WOODROW WILSON,
of New Jersey.
HON. THOS. R. MARSHALL,
HON. J. CAMPBELL CANTRILL,
of Scott county.
Up to the People.
The present campaign for the elec
tion of a Democratic President differs
from all others in recent years. Here
tofore the money necessary for the ex
penses was supDlied by men of large
means, who were anxious for the suc
cess of the party, and maybe, in some
cases, from those who thought they
could use it to their own advantage.
This order of things has been chang
ed. Governor Wilson has ahsolutely
refused to accent contributions from
corporations, great interests or other
questionable sources, determined, if
elected, to take the high office with
clean hands and under obligation to
none save thcgreat common people.
The necessaryexpense3 of the Presi
dential campaign are very great.
Money is needed to provide speakers
and literature to inform the voters of
the issues of the campaign. This
money must come, ifat all, from the
people who now have the opportunity
to return to their own. The other par
ties are being financed bv the interests
as "usual. The Democratic party
must depend on its members who are
earnestly solicited to contribute to the
extent of their means or inclinations.
A dollar, if you can afford no rnore ; a
hundred ora thousand, if you are able
and anxious that the people shall rule.
Send any amount that tbe spirit moves
you to the Secretary, Hon. W. O.
Davis, of the Democratic State Cam
Daign Committee, Tyler Hotel, Louis
ville, and it will be promptly acknow
ledged. The time is short, the demand
is urgent. Remember the old adage,
"He gives twice who gives quickly,"
and send your contribution at once.
Never did the great common people
have such a chance to come to their
own as now. The big interests have
for years been financing- thejcampaigns
and then claiming the right to dictate
to the successful candidate, in which
they have.generally been successful.
Governor Wilson positively refuses
to acceptany of their money, but is
looking to the people to furnish the
necessary funds for the expenses of his
campaign, so thai when elected he ean
take the office amenable to none but
In hiB splendid address to tlie editors
j at Louisville last Saturday, Cnaiiman
Johnson N. Camden, of the Democrat
ic Campaign Committee, laid special
epmhasis on the people taking advan
tage of their opportunity and by help
ing to pay the expense ot the cam
paign, keep the rich men from doing
so, and give the demagogues no chance
to inafime the masses against the rich.
It will increase their love for coun
try and be a test of enilghtenea gand
patriotic manhood. If 'they fail to do
so the nexCcampaign.may ;see the old
order of things resumed. "Let us,"
as Mr. Camden says, "on our part up
hold Woodrow Wilson and see that Jhe
is not left to the humiliation" of asking
his personal friend3 to pay him out of
A Good Move.
Every Federal pensioner residing
in Bourbon county, as well as other
nortions of the country, will be glad to
learn that the government has decided
to' mail checks direct from Washington
and eliminate the voucher system of
payment. This will save the "boys"
the trouble of . acknowledging their
signatures before a notary or" public
officer. They will also get their checks
I earlier andnot have to wait for the
return of the voucher. ft, .-fct
Tona Vita Brings it Back to
Worn-Out, Half Sick
One of the principal sympthoms of
nervous troubles is a feeling of dis
couragement. A man or woman 'suffering with
nerve exhaustion feels so worn out
and miserable most of the time that
they become hopeless and depressed.
Life doesn't seem to be worth liv
ing. Tona Vita has been pronounced by
physicians to be the most reliable and
successful tonic and nerve food
ever sold to the nublic. It is building
up many thousands of run down, ner
vous men and women and restoring
them to health and happiness.
If you are a sufferer "from nervous
breakdown try this great tonic, and
a" you feel your health, strength and
ambition return, you will be changed
in mind as well as body. Life will
seem like a different thing to you in a
few weeks' tiine.
Tona Vita is sold by Chas. E. Butler
Cause of High Cost.
The Republicans and the Bull Moos
ers try to make the people believe that
there is no connection between the ex
cessive tariff and the high cost ot liv
ing. Moody's Magazine, an authority
on economics, prints a table to show
that in ten years prices only increas
d 7.7 per cent in Europe, while in
America the average was 54.3 per cent
with the nrices on some articles in
creased over 100 Der cent. The tariff
and the trusts are chiefly responsible
for the high cost of living. Vote for
Wilson, Marshall and the Democratic
nominees for Congress with assurance
of a reduction of the one and the sub
jection of the others to the laws of the
land, instead of being a law unto them
selves. J. W. Copeland, ot Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had a
cold, and before the bottle was all us-
Jed the boy's cold was gone. Is that
not better than to pay a five dollar
doctor bill. For sale by all dealers.
In Mammoth Cave.
The attention of our readers is
called to the advertisement of Mam
moth Cave in this issue of the paper
for October 16. Fall is the best time
to see this subteranean wonder, crops
are all housed and seed time is over,
which makes it an opportune time for
our country peoDle to leave home. 2t
Take Time for Breakfast.
Common sense indicates that break
fast should be a substantial meal,
enough time should be allowed to eat
the morning meal at leisure and en
joy it. The manner in which some
people gobble down their breakfast is
becoming only to an ostrich. It is
one of the great reasons for the ex
istence of what is sometimes called
It Looks Like a Crime
to separate a boy from Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve.His pimples, boils, scratches,-
knocks, sprains and bruises demand
it, and its quick relief for burns,
scalds or cuts is his right. Keep it
handy for boys, also girls. Heals ev
erything healahle and does it quick.
Unequaled for piles. Only 25 cents a.t
Fruit and Ornamental.
Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb. Peo
nies, Roses, Phlox, etc. No agents.
Growers of what we sell. Free cata
logue. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS.
11 lm Lexington, Ky.
Stock, Crop, Farming
Havingrented my farm I will, at ten
o'clock a .m., on
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30, 1 912
offer at public sale on the premises,
on the Cynthiana pike, about three and
one-half miles from Paris, the follow
ing stock, croD and implements:
About 200 young breeding ewes,
bred October 1 ;
2 milch cows ;
3 spayed .yearling heifers and two
steer calves ;
1 nice chestnut filly, 3 years eld, by
Forest Uenmark 153;
1 nice bay filly, 3 years old, by Ger
man coach stallion ;
1 bay colt, 2 years old, by My Star;
1 bay fillv 3 years old, by Sir Dixon ;
1 thoroughbred driving mare ;
About 60 acres of corn in shocks.
If purchaser desires, will furnish
without charge about 70 acres of grass
to feed on until March 1. 1913 ;
1 manure spreader-1 seed drill ;
"12 horse power with circular saw
and pumping attachment ;
1 McCormick binder: 1 cultivator; 1
1 dump cart; 1 hay baler; 1 ..cutting
.1 potato.digger; 1 potato planter.
TERMS All amounts of $20 or less,
cash ; above this amount, 6 months
credit,with negotiable note, bearing
6 per cent interest ner annum.
E. F. CLAY.
Geo. DSpeakes Auctioneer.
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Why Have "STervss?
JThis is the reason why women have ." nerves." When thoughts begin to grow
cloudy and uncertain, impulses lag and t'az warnings of pain and distress are sent
like flying messages throughout limbs and frame, straightway, nine times in ten, a
woman will by the cause of the troub!e to some defect at the point where she first
felt it. Is it a headache, a backache, a sensation of irritability or twitching and
uncontrollable nervousness, something mu3t be wrong with the heed or back, a
woman naturally says, but all the time the real trouble very often centers in ths
womanly organs. In nine cases out of ten the seat of the dificulty is here, and a
woman should take rational treatment Xnr its care. The local disorder and inflam
mation of the delicate special organs cf the se;i should be treated steadily and
Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that c prescription made
from medicinal extracts o native roots, without the use cf alcohol, relieved over 90
per cent, of such cases. After using this remedy for many years in his private prac
tice he put it up in form of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make it
easily procurable, and it can be had at any store where medicines are handled.
Mns. Lila B. ILurcnxs, of Zons, V.i., writes: " I had been failing in health
for two year. mo.t of the time was
Doctor Pierce's wonderfui medicinea."
weakness was my trouola ana l was getting very r.aa out. xaanKs to uoctor
's medicines, I am well and strong aiain. I took only tnroe bottles ot avor
rescriDtion.' and used the 'Lotnn Tablets.' I have nothing but praise for
TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASA?h"T PELLETS FOR LIVER ILLS.
For Sale by Miller &
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: v "v rJ-'-i. 1 ' j ' 1 1
That You Try Our
It will give satisraction from the start.
Why not begin to-day burning it?
Dodson & Denton
Cumberland telephone ana telegraph Company
For reliable telephone service, both local and
LONG DISTANCE, use the Cumberland Bour
bon County Exchanges at
Paris MillersburgNorth Middletown, JLittle Rock and
"Vhen you have Cumberland service you
. JHAVE telephone service.' J
Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph
AUTO FOR HIRE
Special attention given to
parties desiring to hire auto
mobiles. Call on us for!
Best equipped transfer line
in the city. Special atten
tion given to all kinds of
hauling. Moving is our
Livery, Feed and Sales Stable.
Eighth Street Both Phones.
Some Good Advice
To the People.
t Don't sell your old feathers un
til you find out the prices, You
can call us and we will look at
your feather, or if you live in
the counrry send us a samnle. I
will let you know what they are
worth, borne old leathers if they
have been well cared for are as
good as new. We pay market
price for new feathers.
8th Street, ' PARIS, KY.
Call' East Tenn, Phone 374
not; able to attend to my household duties.
KNGW THE GENUINE.
LOOK FOR THE STAMP
"CORTRIGHT" Re-. U. S. Pat. Off.
and accept no substitute, if ycu want a roof that
will la3t as long as the building, and never need
repairs never need attention of any kind, except
an occasional coat cf paint.
3. Fire-proof Storm-proof Lightning-proof
Best, Millersburg, Ky.
Hot and Cold Baths!
Children's Work a Specialty. "
J J. WmLTAMS,
Room 1 Elks Buildine.
Dr. Wm. Kenney,
Office 514 Main Street.
Office Phones j f1
Residence T" 3-.
DR. A. U1 KELLER,
Offices, Rooms 4j and 5, Elk's Bldg?
Paris - Kentucky