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1 PARIS, KUin?TJOKY , H '
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SWIFT CHAMP,
Publisher
Entered at Postoffice at Paris, Ky.,
as mail matter ail $ he fsecdnd classj
Established 188130 Years of Con-
" tintfeus Publication
ublished Every Tuesday and Friday
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I Ladies and Gentlemen j
I Your Fall Shoes!
Arc Here
One Year. . . .$2.00 Six Months. .$1.00
Payable in Advance t
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ADVERTISING RATES i
Display advertisements, $1.00 er
inch for first time ; 50 cents per inch
each subsequent insertion.
tReading notices, 10 cents per line
each issue ; reading notices in black
type, 20 cents jjer line, each issue.
Cards of thanks, calls on candidates'
6bituarle& and resolutions, and simi-
j lar mat! er, 10 cents per line,
Special rates for large advertise
ments and yearly contracts.
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They are new, seasonable and fea
sonable. 1 he 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 'ariy make 'you
desire. "' ' - ' : '
We have also va full line of Misses',
Children's and Boys' Scho'oi:Shoes in
Gun Metal, Patents and Tans. , -
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The riglit 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.
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We Take Pleasure.
in "oing up the finest shirt
waists or anything in the
laundry line. That is whay
made ihe BourboTn Lauridrtr.
iamous jo nne worK;ana' ic
t'abion. 'If ybu are particular f
about how your
laundered, your custom
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Santa Claus Mail.
One of the numerous embarrass
merits that Christmas always brings
,to,t;n2 postomce deDartment ( is now,
beginning .to manifest itself. The
first of the many letters thac children
confidently and- expectantly send 'to
banta Claus are now appearing"in ,the
mail noxes. ,
For the past few years it has been
L the, custom of the department to send'
these letters to charitable organiza-'
tionhs prepared and willing to investi
gate individual cases and to gladden
j the hear,ts of poor children who have
so trustingly besought the old "saint
not to forget the location of their par
ticular chimneys on Christmaseve.T
While in the large majority of cities
fnd towns tnis plan can be followed
without entailing much etxra labor on
the part of postal employes, experi
ence has proved that in some places it
materially adds to an already heavy
burden of work. In large cities where
the letters. are nurnbered, not by the
hundred but byjthp tnousand, their
sorting and delivery to numerous char
itable organizations .means much addi
tional work. "?P J
This year there has been talk ol a
general order that would classify all
letters addressed to Santa UJaus as un
deliverable, but it is a step that Uncle
Sam,, knowing hpYV, much childish un
happnesssuch aV'rdy mjghlfbring,
rfesita'teirto take.
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"Rhe White Squawi" whiclrZach.M.
arris will present at the'Paris 'Grand
on Wednesday, December 11, was Wiit
tenby D.ella. Clarke, an actregs)fproni
inent under Chas. Ffohman's "inanEge
ment until her demonstrated abilitv as
a playwright as well as player carried
lifer into a notjier 'sphere:'; Few-pjays
of recenttimes haTve shown as much" of
heart interest as "The White Squaw.'..'
Over and above all else, it is a whole
some play apdfurie that rnust find "" an
anpeal whenever; a. nature exists and
acknowledges sentiment. Tlje scenes
are laid in the wilderness of Michigan
about dq hundred yeatsago. Antoine
jCampeau of Montreal, his wife and
(their two little daughters,? JLeah and
Octavia, were among the earlier of
the hardy settlers who blazed their
way through the forests that, are De
troit'andjts flourishing adjacent' terri
tory. "Leah is- dark, indicating her
French ancestry on the fathers side,
while Octavia has the golden hair and
blue eyes of her Jnglish mother.
Campeau goes on a hunt one day, al
lowing Leah' to accompany him. He
is slainib.v a wild beast' nd 'the, child
is rescued by an Indian, Michabo,. who
with his wife, Ampata.'rears the child
to believe she is a Redskin and their
own.
It is w'hen Leah! now known' as Nea
mata, has grown to womanhood that
the play opens. Octavia has also ar
rived at woman's- estate and, each
unaware of the other's existence.
Through the workings of fate the iair
haired sister has become the promised
wife of4a fur trader, Bruce Marshall,
whose duties lead,nimi to the section
where Michabo's tecee " standi. He
mets Neamata, takes "a kindly interest
in her and teaches her to speak Eng
lish.' In return Neamata falls in love
witn him. Prior td this Neamata has
been taughjt?the French ' language bv
Jacques Causer, a French. Canadian
tranper and he has fallen in lovet With
the girl he supposes to he an India'n.
Qctavia arid, her, chaperone Visit' the
locality and the two ister's, unknown
to each other, rare brought face to
face.. It is from this maze of condi
tions that a dramatic chain is Woven
without a hnk : massing5 to m,ar its
completeness, beauty and in'tei'est.
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Bourbon Laundry,
Paris Kentucky.
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Money in The J
IBank Means a
Merry Christmas.
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It means that you are assur-
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ed of" a Merry Christmas, be
cause with money in the Bank
you can draw on iOoiT ainy
thing you wish'ak Christmas
Gift tony member of your,
family or your friends.
Start a Savings account jwith,
us as a Christmas gif t f orxyour ?
boy or girl. It serves a double
purpose, as a gift and to1 teach"
them economy and thrift.
Bargains by Mail.
In less, than a month the parcels
jost system will be in operation. The
postoffice dpeartment is hard at work
preparing for it. but. at least so far
as surface indications go, there 'is
nothing to show that the public is also
preparing to reap the advantages that
can be derived from the establishment
of this cheaper means of transporta
tion of small packages. - 'f
The prevailing notion is that'"tne
parcels post 13 entirely, an experiment
and must therefore be I approached
slowly and cautiously. Inreality-it is
an experiment only so far """as this
country i concerned. In Euroto anri
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every convenience
Depositors.
3per cent, interest paid on
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& AaB PiUs to bowel congestion and sqft'e'ring
especially in the United Ongdorn ijt
long ago passed the'experimentage.
The Uritish people have learned
how to use the parcels post , to tne
best advantage. They have fjjppcljiA
it a meansot bringing produce, and
cdnsumer-in closer touch; AIltHe;
Lpndon newspapers daily: carjryC jcpj-,
umns of "small advertisements iToffej-ing:
to e'rfd. innumerable products 0 ! tHe
farin,, the dairy, the orchard, tbepoii
tty'yBrdnd the fisheries V'to?anyi ad
dress postpaid." fy.in
Sooner or later similar advfertise-
ments will doubtless appear irTnieri-
can countries. Bargainsjjby ma)) j are
as likelyjo be aDpreciate by oar: peo
Die as by our British cousins. !n?eri
ican consumers are so ready ancb anx
ious for them that if any -considerable
t'ime' should elapse between the;Yinau
guration and the offering of fiafgitins
of this kind there will be gencra'l'dis
Hnpointment. It is up to the ifiieri
can producer to show how ent'expris
lhgand how adaptable he is and ihow
. . r tit rum 1 1 iii in 1 hi 1 nnn 1 B mil nmnii
quickly he can take advantage of an
inovaiion calculated to bring increase
jto his bank account.
'sM AT.'LEXINGTON.rRafe-
Henry VV. bavager is 'sending his
enormous production of th e dramatic
spectacle. "Evervwoman," which was
the sensation of New York for nearly
two years, to the Lexington Opera
House for two nights. December 13
and 14 with matinee 14. The orcani
aztion includes one hundred and fifty
people carries a sDecial symphony or-
chestra, and travels by special train.'
The company plays big cities only as'
only the largest stages will accommo-.
date the scenic and electrical effects
and so much time is required to load,
ana unioaa me vast proauccion mac
no engagement of less than two nights
can be considered by the management.
The organizalion played last week in
Cincinnati to the largest receipts in
the history of the Lyric Theatre.,
"Everywoman" is really a combina
tion of three separate companies, viz:
drama, opera and musical comedy. It
is said to represent an expenditure of
upward of sixty thousand dollars.
There are acres of scenic effects, one
of the most notable ot which is a rep
resentation of Broadway, New York,,
at midniehc on New Year's eve, just
as the old year is passing out and the'
new year is coming in. ' Seats may be
reserved by mail, special 'nttentmn,
being paid to out of J own mail order?.
The prices will be 'from 50 cents to 2
at nitfht and from 25 cents to $1.50 at
the matinee. ' Thejregular'box office
sale will open Wednesday '"morning,
December li: Call New Phone 958. fii
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t Strength in Cheerfulness., ,
Wondrous is 'the strength of cheer
fulness altogether 'past calculation its
powers 'of endurance. Efforts, to be
permanently useful, must be uniform?
ly joyoliij laspiri'tll sunshine, gracej
ful from'very gladness.Y'bedutifiil be
cause fcrigbjt.-jCaiilyle. " ' , !' ,
" A Des Moines man had an attack of
muscular rhematism in nls shoulder!
A;friend advjsed him to go1 'to Hot
"Springs. ' Thdt meant ah- expense of
$150 'or more. He 'sought 'for a quick
er and cheaper way1 to 'cUre" it anci
'found it in' Chamberlain's TLirfiment..
-THree-days after the first 'atiplic&tioh
of this liniment he was- well. ' ' For,
sale by all dealers. '" ' 5- ' ' i,i
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$5a.oo;Irq $ioo.ooai month
'For your spare 'tJiifte--Exp erience nt need
ed. WaMt1 in active' man ifi thislidality.
to 'introduce us to your friends.) f we pay
largest .cash, benefits whe sick, ipjured,
, and at- death,, lor, smallest- cost. . Free-In-
surance and Cash-Bonus, offer to firsjt ap-
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THE 1-IiTjI.jS;1 CdviWtvnKy.
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trial. Vfhc'y
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saysvaawncemanto a street crpw'd,'
and whacks head& if it don't. - .Move
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. and Orchestra.
,112 West MaiaSt.
LEXINGTON KY.
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