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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 15, 1912
ALWAYS ON TAP
All Brands of Bottled in Bond Goods.
Private Stock Whiskies, 8-year-old, 1 1 O
.Proof, $1.00 per Quart.
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Yotsr Pall Shoes
1 nev are new
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.
DAVIS & FUNK, Props.
Telephone No. 4. West 5 Street
m u n k aa -
seasonaoie ana rea
The Shoe Man
We Take Pleasure.
in "oing up the finest shirt
waists or anything in the
laundry line. That is whay
made ihe Bourbon Laundrt
famous fo fine work and it
dever goes beck on its repu
tation. If you are particular
about how your linen is
laundered, your custom is the
kind we want as we like to
BanR of Park
THE BOUf BON NEWS
Entered at Postoffice at Paris, Ky.,
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HON. WOODROW WILSON,
of New Jersey.
HON. THOS. R. MARSHALL,
HON. J. CAMPBELL CANTRILL,
of Scott county.
Prophet Without Honor.
President Taft says that the Demo
cratic policy as to the tariff will put
an-end to propserity, shut down the
mills and factories and produce a pan
ic worse than that of 1907. But this
prophet of evil is joined to his idol of
a high protective tanfffl, which he
claims is the cause of the country's
great propserity whereas, as a matter
of fact it is in spite of it. Prosperity
is due to record breaking crops and
other natural causes. To tax the peo
ple for the benefit of the trusts and
not to pay the expenses of the govern
ment economically administered is a
crime. The people have stood it
as long as possible and have determin
ed to punish those responsible for it
by, electing a Democratic President
and a Democratic Congress.
A Plague on Both.
Governor Wilson does not hesitate to
charge that Colonel Roosevelt "did an
illegal thing in order4to build up an ir
resistible power," as he terms it, in
permitting the Durchaseby the United
States Steel Corporation of the Tenne
ssee Coal 'and Iron Company. The
Colonel says the power of the trusts
can not be destroyed, but it should be
controlled as much as possible by ,'a
commission. In other words tne trusts
must be asked to be good. It is option
al with them whether they will or not.
With Colonel Roosevelt coddling the
trusts and Taft showing his willing
ness to put ud with them as long as
they put up for his campaign fund,
and both shouting for a high protec
tive tariff, the people who suffer under
the burdens can well exclaim "A pla
gue on both of your houses." A vote
for Wilson and the Democratic nomi
nees for Congress will put the seal of
your condemnation on .such practical
ly legalized robbery.
Sacrifices to Curiosity.
" It can not be truthfully asserted
that the appalling lists of death due to
aviation has-been wholly in the inter
ests of science. Men who have fallen
to their death while expenmenting in
the field of aviation are entitled to all
the credit due to men who risk life in
the interests of scientific research.
But a majority of the victims have
met death while exhibiting themselves
to the public, not as'scientists but as
8homen. In response to a morbid de
mand of the'public for new thrills they
have taken long chances for a price,
not for the joy of discovery. Their
deatha are due to the same cause that
impels death defying feats under can
vas. The general public wants to be
thrilled. Americana deprecate the bull
fight, and have put the prize fight un
der the ban. But, after all, isn't it
just as bad to demand that men shall
risk death in order to supplv the thrill,
as it is to demand the blood of bulls or
to delight in seeing two human ani
mals, trained to the limit of physical
perfection, nummel each other to a
pulp under the glare of electric lights
in a roped in arena.
It Looks Like a Crime
to separate a boy from Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve.His pimples, boils, scratch
es, 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 healable and does it quick.
Unequaled for piles. Only 25 cents at
Taft on Third Termers.
That the third 'term movement is
not founded on any one principal or
for that matter on iny principle at
all, but merely for the gratification of
one man's ambition and venegance;
that it would go to pieces if its re
markable leader should die; that its
crazy quilt plattorm is madeip of any
thing and everything to catch votes ;
that ft is more socialistic than any
thing suggested in the countries of
Europe, .and that it is destined to de
feat are some of the charges that Pres
ident 'Taft brings against Colonel
Roosevelt and his so-called Progressive
party. That these charges are true
few will deny but almost as strong an
indictment can be found against the
Republican party which has fostered
the interests at the expense of the
people, wrung taxes from them on the
necessities of life and pursued a policy
of making the rich richer and the poor
poorer. It has sinned away its day ot
grace and just as sure as November
comes the unworthv servants will be
scourged from the temple.
In a speech in Louisiana, Colonel
Roosevelt said, "We are through once
andfor all with the Republican par
ty." That is one thing to his credit.
The whole country seems tending that
way. The G. O. P. is thoroughly dis
credited. Its life is well nigh spent.
When it lived it lived in clover and
when it dies November 5 it will die
all over. Democracy's day is brightly
India's Coal Production.
India produces twelve million toni
of coal a year.
The belief is general that Wilson
and Marshall will be elected. This
confidence, however may prove our
undoing. Democrats shouldnot, how
ever, be confident to the extent of re
laxing any effort. Get busy and keep
very busy until the election booths
Farm for Sale
On the 23d day of November at 2
o'clock we will offer for sale to the
highest bidder the Old Lloyd Farm of
256 acres on the Salem turnpike, 'one
and one-half miles southeast of Ger
mantown in Mason county. This farm
has been in continuous possession of
the Lloyd family since 1832. It has
had careful management, has always
been a famous tobacco farm, and is
now in a high state of cultivatiou.
This farm can be divided to advant
age and will be offered for sale in par
cels and as a whole. There is a good
two-story dwelling, a tenant house,
all necessary outbuildings, barn room
for 25,000 pounds of tobacco, a never
failing and well distributed supply of
stock water, and fencing in good con
dition. The place is one and one-half miles
from churches and schools on a good
turnmke that leads to the stable door.
This farm pays a good per cent farmed
on the tenant system and is desirable
either astan investment or as a home.
For further information apply to Dan
H. Lloyd, Germantown, Ky.
EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS.
Fruit and Ornamental.
Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb. Peo
nies, Roses, Phlox, etc. No ;agents.
Growers of what we sell. Free cata
logue. H. P. HILLENMEYER & SONS,
11 lm Lexington, Ky.
Stock, Crop, Farming
Havingjjrented 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 old, by
J Forest Denmark 153 :
1 nice bay hlly, 6 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. LMSpeakes Auctioneer.
fhis is the reason why women have
cloudy nd uncertain, impulses lag and tSie warau?s ot pam ana distress are senc
like flying messages throughout limbs and f-ame, straightway, nine times in ten, a
the cause ot the trouble to some delect at tne point wnerc sne hrst
felt it. Is it a headache, a backache, a sensattcn or irncnoiuiy or rsnccning and
uncontrollable nervousness, something must be wrong vith the head or back, a
woman naturally says, but all the time the red trouble very often centers in the
womanly organs. In nine, cases out cf ten the seat of the difficulty is here, and 3
woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The iocal disorder and inflam
mation of the dolicats special organs of the sex should be treated steadily and
Br. Fierce, during a long period cf practice, ojnd that a prescription made
from medicinal extracts cf native roots, without the use c alcohol, relieved over 90
per cent, of such cases. After using this remedy for .r.any 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 whre medicines arc handled.
Mrs. Ltla B. JLuvrcrxs, of Zou TaM writes: ,: I had been failing in health
for two years most of the tir.ic was not able to atteml to my household duties'.
Female weakness was my trouble and I was getting very bad but, thanks to Doctor
Pierce's medicines, I am well and strong a',-ain. I tool: only three bottles of Favor
ite Prescription,' and used tho 'Lotion Tablets. I have nothing but praise for
Doctor Pierce's wonderful medicines."
TAKE DR. PIERCE'S
good wood shingle, and in some places
Roofs put on 26 yean ago are as good as
for Sale by Miller &
y ,' . ( 7Mw,PsJt7TZiJl.,wfrf,i,t w ai mey
-Wff be clair
King "Coal" Says,
Better Buy Now.
Dodson & Denton
Cumberland telephone ana telegraph gompmy
For reliable telephone
LONG DISTANCE, use
bon County Exchanges at
Paris, MillersburgJNorth Middietown, Littler Rock and
" When you have Cumberland service
JHAVE telephone service."
Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph
Hot and Cold
Hot and cold baths.
Everything neat and clean. Polite
barbers always ready to wait on the
trade. No long waits You are next.
M. A. KAHAL.
Some Good Advice
To the people.
. 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 sample. I
will let you know what they are
worth. Some old feathers if they
have been well cared for are as
good as new. We pay market
price for new feathers.
8th Street, PAKIS, KY.
Call East Tenn. Phone 374
Insure with W. 0. Hinton.
Prompt paying non - union
"serves." When thoughts begin to gnrrr
PELLETS FOR LIVER ILLS.
OVER OLD WOOD
dirt no bother, and when once
make a thoroughly storm-proof
proof roof, neither of which can
icd for the wood shingle.
As to price they cost no more than a
they cost much less.
new today, and have never needed repairs.
Best Millersburg, Ky.
service, both local
Polite Service. -
Children's Work a Specialty. "
J J. WHitiTAMS,
Xoom 1 Elks Buildine.
Dr. Wm. Kenney,
Office 514 Main Street.
Office Phones T' 1?S"e
TR. A. H KELKEK,
! Practicing Physician,
4 and 5, Elks Bld'gJ.