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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912
Saturday, November 2, 1912,
at two o'clock p. m., I will offer at
public sals mv residence on Pleasant
street. House has reception hall, two
large bed rooms, dining room, pantry,
Tom for b?th, kitchen, cellar, city
water in house, pump from cistern in
k.tchen, good cellar. Lot 108x59
front, more or less, house freshly
painted, slate roof.
TERMS One-half cash; balance in
1 year at 6 per cent interest.
MISSJANNIE M. WRIGHT.
George D. Speakes, Auctioneer.
G6nL $1,000 to $100,000
W. KING & SON,
125 Chcapside, Lexinston, Ky.
Master Commissioner's Sale
De isit Bank of Paris - - Plaintiff.
s. Notice of sale.
W ".. Hester. Mrs. Germany Burnett
ai her husband, E. F. Burnett
,idor and by virtue of a judgment
of the Bourbon Circuit Court "rendered
in tne above styled action at the June
1912 term the undersigned Master
Commissioner will sell at public auc
tion to the highest and best bidder at
the court house door in the citv of
Paris, Ky., at about the hour of 11 a.
Monday. November 4, 1912,
the following described property:
A certain lot situated on the corner
of Nineteenth street and Brent street,
m the city of Paris, Ky., and desig
nated on the plat of the Fair Grounds
Addition to the city of Paris as Lot
No. 23, and more fully described as f ol
lows: Fronting on Brent '.street 55
feet and is 71 feet in'rearjalong Louis
ville and Nashville Railroad, and north
of said lot is 121.5 feet, south line is
129 feet heing the property conveyed
to Mrs. Burnett by Brennan &c, by
deed of record in the office of the Clerk
of the Bourbon County Court, deed
book 97, page 4, to which reference is
Said sale being made to satisfy a
judgment of the Deposit Bank against
W. C. Hester &c, for $1,225 with in
terest at 6 per cent per annum from
May 8, 1911 until paid and also the sum
of $15.40 insurance paid by plaintiff
and the costs of this action amounting
Said sale will be made upon a credit
of six and twelve months for equal
parts of the purchase monev, the pur
chaser being required to execute b id
tor equal installments of the purchas
nrice with good surety to be anprcvoi
by the Master Commissioner, payable
to said Commissioner, beariinir u tnr
est at the rate of 6 per cent, per an
num from date of sale until naid and
to remain a lien upon the picprty un
til fully paid and to have the force and
effect of a judgment.
c. a. McMillan,
Master Commissioner of Bourbon Cir
15 22 29
Stock, Crop, Etc.
On Thursday, Nov. 7, 1912,
I will sell at public auction at the
Walker Muir farm, five miles from
Paris on the Clintonville pike, at ten
o'clock, the following described prop
About eleven hundred shocks of
4 brood sows to pig January 1,
10 tons of oats,
1 stack of hav,
2 sows and piirs,
1 pair mules,
1 extra good;buggy mare, six years
1 two year old gelding by J. W.
1 yearling filly by E. P. W.,
1 weanling colt by E. P. W.,
1 weanling filly bv Rythmic,
1 brood mare, 9"years old, in foal to
1 sorrel gelding two years old, by
E. P. W..
1 fthree year old gelding by Pat
Washington, nxtra good looker,
1 four year old gelding by J. W.,
1 gelding. 7 years old, a gocd driver,
2 cows and calves, one cow will be
fresh;December 1, good milker, one
cow will be fresh January 1,
2 yearling steers.
All kinds of farming tools, consist
ing of two good farm wagons and
frames, three wakling and one riding
. 2 McCormick mowers,
1 McCormick bull rake,
1 sulky rake,
1 cutting harrow,
1 Black Hawk corn planter,
1 horse clipping machine,
1 steel tire buggy,
1 rubber tire bugy, good as new,
1 set brake harness,
1 set buggy harness,
llsolid comfort breaking plow,
3 Jard kettles,
1 hoc trough,
2"sets wagon gear,
4"sets of plow gear.
All household furniture, also chick
ens and turkeys.
It James McDonald, Auctioneer.
The Danger After Grip
jea often in a run down system.
Weakness, nervousness, lack ot appe
tite, energy and ambition, with disor
dered ilver and kidneys follow an at
tack of this wretched disease. The
greatest need then is Electric Bitters,
the glorious tonic, blood purifier and
-0. ...,.. VMm ouuiiirtuij, uver anu kiu-:
nevs. Thousands have proved that
mey wonaertuJJy strengthen the
nerves.build up the system and restore
to health and good spirits after an at
tack of grip. If suffering try them.
Only 50 cents. Sold and perfect satis
faction guaranfri by Oberdorfer.
When men strive for posts of trust,
they must be somewhat post-like them
selves, and stand steady. Herbert
Stop That Ache.
Any ache or pain in any part of the
body can be relieved with Shinp's
Quick Relief Liniment. $100 reward
if it fails and the purchaseiprice is not
reufnded. Try Jt.and see. 50 cents at
Notice to Creditors
BUURBON CIRCUIT COURT.
Jessie iS. Barton, etc. - Plaintiffs,
vs. Notice to Creditors.
Virgil Barton, etc. - Defendants.
All persons having claims againsl
the estate of the decedent, J-Joshua
Barton, are hereby notified to present
the same to the undersigned, proven
as required by law, on or before the
25th day of November 1912.
Notice is further given that by ex
press order of.the court all claims not
so proven and'presented will be barred.
chas. a. McMillan.
Master Commissioner BourbonCircuit
October 15, 1912.
15 3 wks
Notice to Creditors
BOURBON CIRCUIT COURT.
John T. Burgess' Executors, etc.
vs. Notice to Creditors.
Williamsburg Institute, etc. -
All persons having claims against
the estate of John T. Burgess, deceas
ed, are hereby notified to present the
same to the undersigned, proven as
required by law, on or before the 25th
day of November, 1912.
Also by express order of the court,
all claims not so proven and presented
will be barred.
chas. a. McMillan,
Master Commissioner Bourbon Circuit
October 15, 1912.
15 3 wks
112 West Main St.
Music For All Occasions
185 and 638; Old,
Only such music will
be supplied afs will be
a pleasure to our pat
rons and a credit to
every day. Post-mortem
examinations often show
that tuberculosis had been
arrested by strengthening
the lungs before the germs
You can strengthen your
resistance -power by taking
Scott's Emulsion. It con
tains available energy in con
centrated form, which quickly
nourishes all the organs of the
body. It repairs waste makes
rich, active blood and supplies
energy to the starving cells. Its
timely use enables the body to
For stubborn colds and
bronchitis nothing compares
with Scott's Emulsion.
Refuse substitutes insist on
Scott & Bowne, Bloomfield. N. J. 12-67
HIGH TARIFF VS.
"Protection" That Increases
Price ot Everything
TAXES YOU HAVE TO PAY,
No Escape From Extortion of Repub
lican Tariff Law In Any Corner of
the Household or the Farm.
Here are some of the rates of tariff
taxation in force as a result of the Re
publican party's violation in 1909 of its
pledge to revise the tariff downward
and of President Taft's vetoes when
Democrats did reduce these duties.
Does the consumer wonder why the
cost of living is high!
TAX ON THE PAHLOR.
Carpet, wool C6
Carpet, cotton or flax BO
Carpet, ingrain 64
Carpet, tapestry 64
Furniture, plush 9o
Furniture, "wooden 35
Looking glass, common 45
Window curtains 50
TAX ON THE BEDROOM.
Common wooden bed 35
Commonest blankets 93
Feather beds ... CO
Wooden chairs 35
Cast iron bed 35
TAX ON THE WARDROBE.
Flannel underwear 91
Ready made clothing 65
Hats of wool 85
Knitted goods 95
TAX ON THE TABLE.
TAX ON THE KITCHEN.
Commonest glassware CO
Commonest chinaware 5
Average cutlery 65
Commonest stoves 45
Commonest tinware 45
Common yellow ware 45
Scrub brushes 40
THE FARMER'S PLOW HORSE IS
. TAXED FROM HIS EARS TO HIS
Bolts 17 to 50
Trace chains 45
Washers 6 to 10
Grass rod 45
Heel pin -. 45
Plow lines hemp 19 to 25
Plow lines flax 22 to 80
Plow lines cotton 45
Plow lines leather 35
Horseshoes 6 to 23
Horseshoe nails 11 to SS
THE DRIVER OF THE PLOW IS TAX
ED FROM HAT TO SOX
Hat of fur 47 to 1SG
Hat of straw 33
Hat of wool 35 to 100
Leather gloves CO
Sheep gloves 39 to 81
Kid gloves 39 to 81
Shirt, cotton 50 to 64
Drawers, cotton 50 to 64
Stockings, cotton 30
Stockings, selvedged 50 to 65
Coat 40 to 75
Coat, wool 65 to 94
Ready made coat 50 to CO
Ready made clothing 45 to 82
Collar buttons 50
Bone buttons 50 to 107
Horn buttons 6S to S3
Ivory buttons 50
Pearl buttons 57 to 113
HIS WIFE IS TAXED AS FOLLOWS
Woolen knit underwear 50 to 98
Woolen cloak 68 to 80
Woolen jacket 68 to 80
Woolen shawl 92 to 10
Woolen plushe3 50 to 110
Dress goods 70 to 159
Gloves, leather CO
Gloves, schmaschen 39 to 60
Gloves, sheep 39 to 81
Gloves, kid 39 to 80
Stockings, knit 30
Stockings, selvedged 50 to 65
Jewelry , CO
Dress facings 52 to 78
Cotton ribbon 45
Silk ribbon 50 to OS
Fur hats 47 to 86
Straw hats 35
Wool hats 35 to 100
Waterproof cloth 54
HIS CHILDREN ON ALL THEIR
CLOTHING ARE TAXED AS HE IS
AND ON THEIR DOLLS 35 PER
Jumping Jacks 35
Firecrackers 97 to 227
Sugarplums G6 to 100
Chewing gum 29 to 69
False faces 35
Castor oil 35 to 98
Last tho Baby.
Should there be a baby in the family
he or she is not forgotten, but pays 2S
per cent under the guise of "infant's
food." His coffin pays 35 per cent and
the hearse 45; flowers for the grave, 2.")
per cent, while the Bible and the hymn
books used at the burial are taxed 23
We Also Do
Sick headache is caused by a disord
ered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and the head
aches will disappear. For sale by all
New Street Car Schedule.
SCHEDULE OF THE PARIS CITY
CAR IN EFFECT OCT. 1, 1912.
Station No 55
7:00 a. m.
7:30 a. m.
8:00 a. m,
8:30 a. m.
9:00 a. m.
9:30 a. m.
10.00 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
11:30 a. m.
11:55 a. m.
3:00 p. m.
3:30 p. m.
4:30 p. m.
5:30 p. m.
6 :15 p. m.
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i You Want the Best
rjw ooai uarci
Have opened a Coal Yard at the Dow
I Rich Mountain Coal I
Kentucky Jem Coal
. I I I l 111 I V I 1 I
Last longer and furnishes a greater amount
of heat than other coals.
O. R. TURNER
Opp. Hotel Windsor Dow
WM. FARIS, Proprietor.
Jersey; Milk, Cream
Nigra t and Morning.
East Tennessee Phone 98
Home Phone 98
New Shoe Shine
The popular Elevator Boy and
Janitor at the Agricultural
Bank, has opened a Shoe-Shining
Parlor in the hallway of the
Bank and will be glad to wait
on the public in this section of
Your Patronage Is Solicited.
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.
FlaaJirs '2ju RsaJ-tar, ?7CJ
Don't be alarmed if somebody tcTb yen you can buy an automobile
for less money than the $750 &'idebaker--landers "20." You can, but
you better not. The Flanders "20" corresponds point by point v;ith the
best and highest priced cars col J. Cheaper cars at every vital point are
built on ideas Ions ago discarded for good cars. Don't take our word for
it. Make com.parisons and sse.
The Studebaker-Flanders "20" is a scsarvsl a high grade modern car
at a low price. If you pay less j cu buy much less. And 'the cheaper car
today will cost you far more -n the long rcn. The competing car isn't
sold which the Studebaker Cc: oration, the greatest automobile manu
facturers in the world, couldn't reproduce for less money; but we won't
build a cheap car, because the ir.me "Studebaker" means the best for
If you are content with a car that runs today and dies tomorrow,
don't buy the $750 Flanders "20." It will wear for years. Remember
this the Studebaker-Flanders "20" will outwear 2 to 1 any other car
under $1100 and give you double satisfaction, confidence and comfort
into the bargain.
Wc can prove it CsTid fcr ncua cztclogtte
v"i r -. ? "" i ""- "V
ffourbon Garage & Supply Company.
1 I I I -j t-n -M1"OOT
Building E. T. Phone 58
Low Round Trip Homeseek
To points in Alabama, Florida, Louis
iana, Mississippi, Arizona, Arkansas,
Missouri, New iMexico, Oklahoma,
Texas and Kansas on sale first and
third Tuesday of each month, return
limit 25 days from date of sale.
Round trip Winter Tourist iickets to
all principal winter resorts in the
South on sale Oct. 15th to April 30th,
1913, final return limit May Slst, 1913.
For further information, apply to
W. H. HARRIS, Agent,
J. K. SMITH, T. A.
IU Insurance Agent
Life, Accident, Health,
Liability, Fire, Wind,
. a .
Biggest and Best Paying Companies.
Give Old "Nub" a Call.
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