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I Entered at Postoffice at Paris, Ky.,
as mail matter of the second class
Established 188130 Years of Con
Published Every Tuesday and Friday
One Year. . .200-Six Months. .$1.00
Payable in Advance
Display advertisements, 1.00 per
inch for first time ; 50 cents per inch
each subsequent insertion.
Reading notices, 10 cents per line
each issue; reading notices in black
type, 20 cents xer line, each issue.
Cards of thanks, calls on candidates,
! obituaries and resolutions, and simi-
I lar matl er, 10 cents per line,
Special rates for large advertise
ments and yearly contracts.
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.
The right o? publisher is reserved
to decline any advertisement or .other
matter offered for publication.
Space is a newspaper's stock in
trade, its source of revenue.
Phones 301 The Shoe Man
vv - . ft
I bouroon Laundry
D.WIS & FUNK, Props.
Telephone No. 4. West 5 Street
We Take Pleasure.
in oing up the finest shirt
waists or anything: in the
lanndry line. That is whay '.(
made ihe Bourbon Laundrt w
famous fo- fine work and it Cl'j
dever goes buck on its repu- :!f
tation. If you are particular f?
about how your linen is t
laundered, your custom is the
kind we want, as we like to
ourbon Laundry ,
& Paris Kentucky
The PoslmasterGeneral is quoted as
sayingthatbut for the cost of carry
ing franked political mail during the
primary caniDaign the postofiiee ac
count would have shown a surplus of
more than a million dollars' instead of
a deficit of. Jl, 781, 000 "for the fiscal
year of 1912.
The franked matter, it appears, con
stituted about 4 per cent of all the do
mestic mail handled during the fiscal
year and aggregated 310,245,000 pieces,
weighing 61,377.000 pounds. Had all
the purely political matter been elimi
nated this enormous burden of mail
would hava been greatly reduced.
There can be no reasonable objection
to the franking of important docu
ments, such as department and bureau
reports, bulletins and other publica
tions that are of general interest. Nor
will anyone question the use of the
frank for official correspondence or the
transactions of government business.
There is no good reason, however that
the mails should be, clogged with pub
lications prepared solely for campaign
purposes and sent out in unlimited
quantities, free of postage. A great
deal of this sort of business was in ev
idence during the recent ."presidential
campaign and such matter was mailed
under franks that could notbv any
stretch of the imagination come under
the designation of public or official
documents. Much of this matter is
made frankable by insertion in the
Congressional Record. In this wav
the government bears the expense ot
printing and circulating campaign
documents and the Record is padded
to undue proportions with pxtrpneous
This abuse is chargeable to no one
partyTsince membersof aljparties are
guilty'of it and have persistedj in it
for years. Postoffice Department offi
cials very generally have. recognized it
1 'and protested against it. A Demo
cratic administration pledged to re
trenchment and reform should be able
to do something toward restricting the
franking privilege to legitimate uses.
, L0DGB NEWS.
At the regular meeting Tuesday
night of Paris Nest No. 1744. Order of
Owls, an elaborate banquet" was serv
ed, the occasion being the first annu
al election of officers of the order.
The banquet was presided over bv Dr.
A. H. Keller, who acted as toastmas
ter and a number of toasts were re
sponded to. The following officers
were reelected : Past President. Dr.
Wm. Kenney ; President, Pearce Pat
on ; Invocator, W. C. Gentry; Secre
tary, P. J. McCord; Treasurer. VV. A
Wallen; Warden. L. L. Harp; Senti
nel, J. T. Alexander ; Picket, G. M.
Turney; Trustees, A. L. Slicer, J. M.
Brown, Robert Link ; Physician, Dr.
A. H. Keller.
The annual election of officers of the
local tent of Maccabees was held Mon
day night, resulting as follows : Com
mander, :A. C. Cassity; Lieutenant
Commander, W. C. Gentry ; Resord
Keeper, F. B. Thomas; Chaplain,
James Pendleton; Sentinel, Jack Ows
ley Sergeant, B. F. Stegall ; Master
at Arms, J. W. Fowler; Master of
Guard, J. W. Taylor; Picket. Everett
Gifford Trustee, R. B. DicKeison,
elected for long term of three'years.
The installation of officers will take
place the first meeting in January. r
Order of the Eastern Star No. 167
held a meeting Tuesday afternoon and
elected the following officers: Worthy
Matron, Mrs. Everett Peterson ; Wor
thy Patron, Dr. A. H. Keller, Associ
ate Matron, Mrs. Millard Highland;
Secretary, Mrs. C. A. McMillan;
Treasurer, C. A. McMillan; Conduc
tress, Mrs. Frank Bryan. Associate
Conductress, Miss Lizzie James. The
officers will be installed at the regular
meeting on the night of Tuesday, De
It is announced there, will be no
meeting of the RebekahLodge held
Aitention Tobacco Growers.
When in to sell yourjtobacco remem
ber we serv? lunch at all hours. Open
day and night. Nice clean rooms' at
reasonable prices. In rear of Bourbon
Tobacco Warehouse Co. "yt lrf
3 2t S. M. TURPIN.
Move on Now
says a policeman "tol'a street crowd,
and whacks heads if it don't. "Move
on1? now,'" says the big, harsh mineral
pills to bowel congestion and suffering
follows. Dr. King's New Lite Pills
don't bulldoze the bowels. They sent
ly persuade them to right action, ana
health follows. 25 cents at Oberdor-fer's.
NATURES III A."VFS. .
Nature's laws crc perfect if only we obey them, but disease follows disobedi
ence. Go straight to Nature for the cure, to the forest; there ere mysteries there,
some of which we cap fathom for ycu. Take the bark of the Wiid-chcrry tree,
with mandrake root, Oregon grape root, stone root, qceen's root, bloodroot and
golden seal root, make n soieutific, gh eerie o?.tract of then, with jusi the ri$i
proportions, end you have
g3GCTOt P5EB3GE7S GCL3S2?5 RSES&fCAL BBSCOVEBY.
It took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance o two IcarnedVchemists and pharma
cists, nzr.ny months of hard work experimenting to perfect
this vegetable alterative and tonic extract of the greatest
I.2. C. T Pjlvtley, of liilvllle, Ca!if.,writes : " I wish,
to tell you that I have used your ' Golden Medical Dis
covery ' in iay family for twenty years. AVc have had a
doctor called in but once during that time. I have a lamHy
of ten children, all well and hearty, for which, to a great
extent, we owe thanks to you and your Golden Medical
Discovery ' and ' Poilets,' which we use when sick."
C. "W. Pawled, Esq.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate
stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules.
mmMLMARE FIREPROOF !&&gs9
otorm-proor, too, because they interlock ana overlap in such a way that !ne
finest driving snow or rain cannot sift under them.
Best roof for country buildings, because they're safe from all the elements.
7 They'll last as long as the building, and never need repairs.
Por Sale by Miller & Best, Miliersburg, Ky.
Coc Agricultural Bank of Paris.
Man in the Kitchen.
When mere man really tries he not
infrequently proves himself, not sim
ply a good cook, but a culinary genius.
The superiority of the expert man chef
over the best ot women cooks is suffi
ciently attested by their contrasting
But tew men ever try seriously to
master the art of cooking. Deep down
in their own minds they are quite con
vinced that thev could master it were
they to put forth the effort, but few
of them see any real reason for trying.
The result has been that the man in
the kitchen is usually wholly out of
his element. Lacking experience he
also lacks confidence and if he tries to
help he or.lv succeeds in proving him
oelf an unmitigated nuisance.
A popular New York cooking school
has set aside one evening each week
for imparting instruction to a class of
men. This shows that there are some
Wn who not only want to learn to
cook, but are willing to confess their
interest. They may he the rare ex
ceptions, but it. would be well for men
and well for women, too, if more of
the former were to start in learning
at least the rudiments of the art.
Then, instead of being nuisances when
they invade the kitchen, they would
become truly, useful. It is also likely
that with sufficient experience to
show them how easily mistakes could
be made they would be less inclined
to find fault when the finished product
is set before them. Cooking schools
for men are institutions that deserve
encouragement, especially from wives
who suffer much mental anguish be
cause of the grumbling of uneducated
and unappreciative husbands.
Henry W. bavage is sending his
enormous production of the dramatic
spectacle.;." Evervwoman," which was
the sensation of New York for nearly
two years, to the Lexington Opera
House for two nights, December 13
land 14. with matinee 14. The organi-
aztion includes one hundred and fifty
people, carries a SDecial symDhony or
chestra, and travels by special train.
The company plays bier cities only as
only the iarcest stages will accommo
date the scenic and electrical effects
and so much time is required to load
and unload the vast production that
no engagement of less"than two nights
can be considered bv the management. J
The organization played last week in '
Cincinnati to the largest receipts in I
the history of the Lyric Theatre. .
"Everywoman" is really a cumbina-
tion of three separate cotnuanies. viz:'
drama, ooera and musical comedv. it
is said to represent an eiuenditure of'
upward of sixty thousand dollars. j
There are acres of scenic effects, one
of the most notable ot which is a rep-
resentation of Broadway, New York, j
at midniirht on New Year's eve, justi
as the old year is passing out and the f i tt mt . i
new year is corning in. Seats may be j ftim "-e wl" reply
reserved bv mail, special ittention ;
being paid to out of town mail orders. !
The prices will be from 50 cents to 2 '
at niht and from 25 cents to $1.50 at;
the matinee. The regular box oflice'l
sale will open Wednesday mornine.
December 11. Call New Phone 958.
No Clinkers. 1 per cent ash.
Lots of Heat.
m. 24 mn ar uzl'Su t? wr nm remu o -rrpcik. tm iijjihhb -.
A fl N M 58 73 ra P3 tt ra T3 cm. SW Wf PI TO
who has one, what wonders the Cumberland Telephone works for
ri Mkt n ! ii w j in in wLi-.u -
$50.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH
For your spare time Experience not need
ed. Want an active man in this locality.
To introduce us to your friends. We pay
largest cash benefits when sick, injured,
and at death, for smallest cost. Free-Insurance
and Cash-Bonus offer to first ap
plicant from this place. Write quick for
THE I-L-U 835, Covington,
Sells My Products 4. Protects the Home
Gets Best Prices 5. Helps the Housewife
Brings Supplies 6. Increases Profits
7. Pays For Itself Over and Over N
Seven cardinal raasons why YOU should be interested and send
to-day for booklet.
For information, call manager.
Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph
OF LOCAL INTEREST
Some People We Know, and
Will Profit by Hearing
This is a purely local event.
It took place in Paris.
Not in some faraway place.
You are asked to investigate it.
Asked to believe a citizen's word ;
To confirm a citizen's statement.
Any article that is endorsed at home
Is more worthv of confidence
Than one you know nothing about,
Endorsed by unknown people.
Mrs. Laura L. Lair, 1022 High
street, Paris, Kv., says: "When I
used Doan's Kidney Pills years ago
they completelv cured me ot kidney
trquble and I gladly confirm the testi
monial I gave at that time. I had
rheumatic trouble, and my kidneys
were irregular in action. I suffered
from backaches and headaches and at
times was dizzv and nervous. A
neighbor advised mo to try Doan's
Kidney Pills and I did. They made
me strong and well and I have had no
return of kidnev trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan'e and
take no other.
701 -703 Main St.,
Invites you to inspect their hand
some and stylish display of
FALL ORY GOODS,
DRESS GOODS, MISSES
and LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
CLOAKS, SHOES, DRESSES.
Please Call. Always several! to
shew our goods.
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