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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, NOVTMBER 8, 1912
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Australlrn Desert.
jftraIa's :.crthcrn territory is the
oi ..-. u.pccpled tract of habit
at. J la:.d on the globe. It is six times
the ;.rca of the state of Victoria. The
ccuLt-y is fertile, and is watered by
numerous splendid rivers.
There could be no hetter medicine
ci Chamberlain's Cough, Remedy.
Xiv children were ail sick with whoop
rr courH. One of them was in bpd,
k'J hieh fever and w as coughing up
I cd. Our doctor gave thm Dham
U r.ain's Cough Remedy and the first
dote eased them, and three bottles cur
ed tbem," says Mrs. R. A. Donaldson,
or Lexington. For pale by all dealers.
Queer Catch From the Sea.
Oae of the queerest deep sea crea
tures ever seen in the vicinity was
brought in a few days ago by a fisher
man of Venice, Cal. It is ve feet
in length, black and green mottled,
with a tail like that of a shark. It
has a dorsal fin and-four feet, shaped
like those of a parrot. Its mouth re
sembles that of a Gila monster, while
its head is a replica on a large scale
of that of a California horned toad.
Don't waste your money buvina
strengthening pasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Dam
pen a piece of flannel with it and bind
it over the affected parts anc' i; will
relieve the pain and soreness For
8le'by all dealers.
Jane Austen Unpopular.
It has been pointed out with "omc
surprise that the late W. S. Gilbert
had a strong dislike for Jane Austen,
but a correspondent of the New York
Evening Post reminds us that Mark
Twain had a similar antipathy. He
said once that "a library that does not
contain Jane Austen's works is a good
library, even if it hasn't another book
in it."
Sible Was Put Into Rhyme.
Versifications, not only of the
Psalms but of the other books of the
Bible, were numerous in the sixteenth
century. One of the most pi clitic
versifiers was Wiliam Hunnis, who.
under such fanciful titles as "Seven
Sobs of a Sorrowful Soul tor Sin,"
"A Handful of Honeysuckles," "A
Hiveful of Honey," etc., published a
number of rhyming versions of Gene
sis and Job, which .are now worth
their weight in gold to the biblio
maniac.
Stop That Ache.
Any ache or pain in any Dart of the
body can be relieved with Shipp's
Quick Relief Liniment. S100 reward
if it fails and the puTchaseprice is t ui
reufnded. Try it and see. 50 cents at
all druggists.
STRAYED.
A'two year old steer, dehorned and
branded on right hip with "C' has
strayed from my place on the Winches
ter nikp. Informatiun leading to re
covery will be rewarded.
1 3t S. BROOKS CLAY. 1
Home Phone 2046 Paris, Ky.
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.
MAX MUNICK,
8th Straff. PARIS3, KY.
Call East Term, Phone 374 '
S
OR WILSON.
Plurality OverTaft Is 613, While
City Returns 274 In Favor
of Democrats.
'MOOSE" IS A POOR THIRD.
Perfect Organization in County
suits In Great Victory
In Bourbon.
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The election in Paris Tuesday'passed
off quietly and resulted in a sweeping
victory for Wilson and Marshall'. The
total vote of Wilson in the county was
2.364. President Taft received 1,751.
and Roosevelt 419. Wilson's majority
over Roosevelt was 1,945.
The result was fully up to the exnec
tations of the local campaign mana
gers. The false reports sent out by
the Republicans to the farmers to the
effect that if the power of government
was taken from the party in office that
dire calamity would befall the country
had the effect of keeping a "large ma
jority away fiom the polls but in the
face of ibis report and considering
there were three candidates in 'the
field, the victory in Bourbon was grat
ifying. Wilson's plurality over Taft was (513
in the county. In the city Hie Dem
ocratic candidate received a total of
&23 votes, while Taft received 449 and
Roosevelt 167. Wilson's plurality in
the city over Taft was 374 while his
majority over both Taft and Roose
velt was 207.
Mayor J. T. Hinton, chairman ot the
Hourbon County Campaign(Jommittee,
who has been untiring in his efforts
since the opening of the campaign,
had the situation well under control
and with the aid of an efficient corps
of assistants rolled up the excellent
majority fur the Democratic candi
dates. VOTE OF BOURBON COUNTY, FOR
PRESIDENT, NOV. 5, 1912.
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Paris No. 1 115
Paris No. 2 191
I.ris No. 3 133
P:.-is No. 4 173
P.uisNo. 5 120
i'aris No. 6 91
Millersburg No. 1 147
Millersburg No. 2... 115
Ruddles Mills No. 1 194
Ruddles Mills No. 2 86
Centerville No. 1 145
Centerville No. 2 66
Little Rock No. l. 164
Little Rock No. 2... 87
N. Middletown No. 1 209
N. Middletown No. 2 48
Clintonville No. l.. 116
Clintonville No. 2 29
Hutchison No. 1 73
Hutchison No. 2 62
Totals 2364
Wilson's plurality
over Taft -".- 613
Wilson's plurality
over Roosevelt1945
1751 419
For Neatness in Clothing.
London has adopted a French Indus-
try which aims at neatness. It is that
of the "stoppeur." The 'word refers to
the art of mending clothes. In Paris
the "stoppeur" is well and favorably
known. Supposing a gentleman tears
his coat or burns a hole with his cigar
ette in his trousers, the garment is
conveyed to the "stoppeur," who in
-wine i.i sterious way reconstructs the
material. In some way they seem to
weave in the stuff, joining up threads
of a bit of cloth cut from another
part.
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Out, Nervous
od Oisccne
Tona Vita Will Bring Back Your
Strength and Ambition
Almost at Once.
No time like the present to get well.
If you are run down, with little
strength or ambition, don't put off dc
ing something about it another day.
You owe it to yourfamily.your friends
and yourself to throw off this dull,
dragging nervous condition.
Tona Vita is what your system needs.
This great medicine is now recogniz
ed as the national tonic and is endors
ed by physicians generally.
Tona Vita will build ou up in a few
weeks time. Don't be nervous, de
nressed, half sick a day longer. Get
it today. If you have lost fiesh weigh
yourself after taking it a week. You
will be astonished by the weight you
have gained.
Tona Vit is sold hy Chas. E. Butler
Co.
MILLERSBURG ITEMS.
v Mrs. Emma T. Long is visiting her
son, Mr. Bryan Long, at Indianapo
lis, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Judy
Monday after a two weeks
her dauchter. Mrs. K. R.
at Parker, Ind.
returned
vis-it to
Vaught.
Mrs. J. H Carpenter and daughter, j
Mrs Leslie Shrout, of Qwingsvilie, '
have returned from a visit to Mrs.
Chas. Friend in Tecumsen, Okla.
I will have a corn show at my store '
from Friday. Nov. 15 tc 25. Two ore-.
miums will be offered. See me for
further particulars.
2t JOEL W. MOCK.
Mrs. W. F. McNamara and hand-,
some nitie son. wiJJiam, jr., nave le
turned to their home is Oshkosh, Wis.,
after a month's visit to Mrs. W. F.
Carpenter.
" M esdames WGT"Dailey "and" W rrT.
Parker, who have been under treat
ment at the St. Joseph and Good Sa
maritin hospitals in Lexington are at
home much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Galbraith, who
were recently united in marriage at
Lexington, returned Monday from
their wedding tour and are guests cf
her sisters, the Misses Chanslor.
Mr. E. B. Taylor, who is at present
receiving instruction in the mechanic
al department of an automobile estab
lishment at Cincinnati. Ohio, was at
home from Saturday until Monday.
The Ladies Ad Society of the Chris
tian church met Wednesday afternoon
with Mrs. C. H. Jones. Notwith
standing the inclement weather nine
teen ladies were present. Anjnterest
ing program was rendered, culminat
ing with a.dehghtful lunch of substantiate.-
In the annual meeting of the Ken
tucky State Grand Chapteroit he Or
der of the Eastern Star at Hopkins
ville recently, Mrs. Linda Benton, of
Millerbsurg, was made Grand Arder.
Mrs. Benton is one of the most popu
lar and prominent Eastern Star work
ers in Central Kentucky. She came
here only a few months ago and is
separated from her local Lodge at
Broadhead. But her zeal in the work
still continues and we know no reason
why she should not organize our Ma
sonic ladies into an Eastern Star
Lodge. She is brilliant and accomp
lished and thoroughly conversant on
the work
Another Millerbsurg couple surprised
their friends by marying in Lexing
ton Wednesday afternoon. Miss Maria
Smith and Mr. James II. Burroughs
were united in marriage Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Elder Maik
Collis in Favette Park, Lexington.
While it was generally known this at
tractive young couple were sweet
hearts and would be married some
time in the fall, it came in the nature
of a surprise, inasmuch as many
thought it" would not be for several
weeks. Miss Smith is a lovely and
accomplished young lady and a niece
of Mr. and Mrs. V. L . Barton, with
whom she resided. She is a graduate
of the K. F. O. S. anp is a young lady j
of many accomplishments. Mr. Bur-.
roughs is a orominent young business
man. holding the position of teller in
the Farvmers Bank at this place. He
is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bur
roughs and belongs to one pf the prom
inent families of Kentuckv. He is a
graduate of State University and is at
present the Superintendent of the Sun
day School at the Christian churcn.
He is ayoung man of rare business
Qualifications. He is also pa9t muster
of Amity Lodge No. 40 F. and A. M.
This young couple are prominent; in
social circles and have a large circle
of rfiends in this and other States.
After a wedding tour of ten davs they
will go to housekeeping in Millersburg.
Escapes an Awful Fate.
A thousand tongues could not ex
press the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox.
of Joliet, 111., tor her wonderful deliv
erance from an awful fate. "Tyuhoid
pneunlonia had left me with a dreadful
cough," she writes. "Some times
had auch awful coughing spells I
thought 1 would die. 1 could get no
help fiom doctor's treatment or other
medicines till used Dr. King's New
Discovery. But I owe my life to this
wonderful remedy for I scarcely cough
at. all now." Quick and safe, its the
most reliable of all throat and lung
medicines. Every bottle guaranteed.
50 cents and 1. Trial bottle freee.
Evidence.
"Do you really believe, doctor, that
your old medicines . really keep any
body alive?" asked the skeptic. "Sure
ly," returned the doctor. "My pre
scriptions have kept three druggists
and their families alive in this town
for twenty years." Harper's Weekly.
AMUSEMENTS.
ROBERT B. MANTELL IN SHAKE-
SPEREAN PRODUCTIONS AT
'LEXINGTON OPERA HOUSE.'
Mr. Robert B. AlanteJl. the foremost
exponent of Shakesnerean roles comes ,
to the Lexington Opera House Friday j
and Saturday and Saturday matinae,
November 8 and 9. !
Upon this engagement Mr. Mantell '
will present on Friday evening, No-'
vember 8. King Lear. At the Satur-1
day matinee November 9, he will pre-'
sent the Merchant of Venice. On Sat- J
urday evening, November 9, Richard
ill. i
Mr. Mantell carries a complete scen
ic production for each of these plays
together with a selected company of
forty-five players. ';
Orders for seats sent to Manager!
Scott, accompanied by a remittance
will receive prompt attention. , The
prices are lower floor, $1.50; balcony, j
50, 75 and 1. Sale of seats will open I
Wednesday morning November 6. 3t
What Texans Admire
is hearty,!vigorous life, according to
Hucb Tallman. of San Antonio. "We
find," he writes, "that Dr. King's
New Life Pills surely put new life and
energy into a person. Wife and I bp
lieve they are the beBtmade." Excel
lent for stomach, liver or kidney trou-
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Teacher "What is a weather
vane?" Pupil "Why why, it's a
chicken on a roof.." Judge.
New Street Car Schedule.
SCHEDULE OF THE PARIS CITY
CAR IX EFFECT OCT. 1, 1912.
Leave Leave
Court House . Station No 55
6:5 a. m. 700 a. m.
7:15 a. in. 7:30 a. m.
7:45 a. m. 8:00 a. m,
S:15 a. m. 8:30 a. m.
S:4o a. m. 9:00 a. m.
9:15 a. m. . 9:30 a. m.
9:45 a. m. 10.00 a. m.
10:15 a. m. 10:30 a.m.
10:45 a. m. 11:00 a. m.
21:15 a. m. 11:30 a. m.
11:45 a. m. 11:55 a. hi.
12:05 p.m. 12:20 p.m.
1:15 p. m. 1:30 p. m.
1:45 p. m. 2:00 p. in.
2:15 p. m. 2:30 d. m.
2:45 p. m. 3:00 p. m.
3:15 p. m. 3:30 p. m.
3:5 p. m. 4:00 p.m.
4:15 p. m. 4:30 p. m.
4:45 p. m. 5:00 p. m.
5-15 p. m. 5:30 p. m.
6:00 p. m. G :15 p. m.
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Rich Mountain Coal
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Last longer and furnishes a greater amount
of heat than other coals.
C. E, TURNER,
Opp. Hotel Windsor Dow
Jersey Milk, Cream
and Butter
Promptly Delivered!
Nignt and Morning.
East Tennessee Phone 98
Home Phone OS
New Shoe Shine
Parlors.
The popular Elevator Boy and
Janitor at the Agricultural
Bank, has opened a Shoe-Shin-1
ing Parlor in the hallway of the
Bank and will be glad to wait
on the public in this section of
the city.
Your Patronage Is Solicited.
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Fruit andOrnamcntal.
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.
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you better not. The Flanders "20" corresponds point by point with the
best and highest priced cars sold. Cheaper cars at every vital point are
built on ideas long ago discarded for gocd cars. Don't take our word for
it. Make comparisons and see.
The Studebaker-Flanders "20" is a marvel 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 mere in the long run. The competing car isn't
sold which the Studebaker Corporation, the greatest automobile manu
facturers in the world, couldn't reproduce for less money; but we won't
build a cheap car, because the name "Sludebaker" means the best for
your money.
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.
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