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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 24, 1913
New Fall Suits Arriving
Walter Jones and Company, in a Scene From 'Baby Mine," Which Comes
To The Paris Grand, Wednesday, January 29th.
Scene in the "Servant in the Houe' Which Will .Be
At the Paris Grand, Monday, January 27th.
Residents of Paris Cannot Doubt
Woat Has Been Twice
In gratitude for relief from aches
and pains and bad backs from distres
sing kidney ills thousands have duo
lioly recommended Doan's Kidney
Pills. Residents of Paris who so tes
tified years ago now say the results
were permanent.. This testimony dou
bly Droves the worth ofiDoan's Kidney
Pills to Paris Kidney 'sufferers.
Mrs. J. T. Martin. Eleventh and
Pleasant streets. Paris, Ky., says:
"All I have ever said praising Doan's
Kidney Pills was entirely correct and
Isconfirm my former public endorse
ment of this remedy, "it permanently
cured me of kidney trouble. The
trouble alarmed me and I tried many
medicines. I did not get relief how
ever until I tried Doan's Kidney Pills.
They improved my condition in every
way and I can certainly say they are a
pieparation of merit."
For sale; by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
"A person should think twice be
fore speaking." "Perhaps so, but if
some people were to think twice be
fore speaking they would be so ex
hausted they couldn't speak." Bir
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On approved Municipal, Railroad Corporation
BONDS AND STOCKS
THE THOMPSON - BROWN CO.
MERCANTILE LIBRARY BUILDING, CINCINNATI, O.
Business Men's Barber Shop,
(Next to Bourbon Bank)
3 - CHAIRS - a
"We are to relieve the distressed,
put the wanderer into his way, and to
divide our bread with the hungry,
which is but the way of doing good to
ourselves; for we are only several
members of one great body. Seneca
"the;servant in the.house."
One of the most striking figures
seen'on the stage in recent years is the
DrainjMan, the elemental and primi
tive being in "The Servant in the
House," the sensationally successful
play by Charles Rann Kennedy, Jwhich
is to be be presented at the Paris
Grand on1 January 27, by Victor E.
Lambert and one of the most perfectly
balanced actingorganizations now .ex
tant in this country.
The Drain Man is n outcast, who
has been cast off by his brother, an
English clergymar. and who sinks
lower and lower in the social scale un
til he becomes a scavenger. He is a
victim of ingratitude of the world, a
creature who has been kicked and
butteted about'so much that there has
grown in his heart a fierce hatred xot
the world and those who people it.
He"is almost a giant in stature, a
great hulking shaggy man with eyes
that blaze with bitter resentment and
a voice that sounds like the roar of
some mighty animal.
He enters the house of his brother
with black passion in his heart.mtent
upon finding his little girl whom the
same brother has kept from him.
Before he sees his brother he meets
with Manson, the mysterious servant.
who is also his own blood brother, but
who is keening his identity secret that
he may influence for good those in the
house who are in need of help.
The mysterious servant transforms
the Drain Man into a useful member
of society and implants infchis heart the
spark of brotherly love. He teaches
him the glory of labor and shows him
that the cleaning up of drains is a nec
essary occupation. In the end the
Drain Man finds genuine pride in hiB
task and glories in the thought of his
WALTER JONES IN "BABY MINE"
"Baby Mine." Maragret Mayo's
laugh play, is announced as the offer
ing at the Paris Grand on Wednesdav,
January 29, with Walter Jones in his
original character as Jimmy and the
JNew York Company.
No play in recent vears has created
more laughter thanfthis sparling cotce
dy. Miss Mayo confesses that she got
the idea for "Baby Mine" irom a
newspaper clipping which stated that
thousands of husbands are fondling
babies in the belief that they are their
own.' With this basic idea, Miss Mayo
has fashioned the funniest play of re
cent years. From the moment the hot
headed husband leaves home in a tow
i ering rage and when later a comfort
; ing female friend of the wife suggests
: that he be lured bask by a telegram
J announcing that at last he is the fath
er ot a bay boy, "Baby Mine" takes
i on all the aspects of a screamnigly
funny comedy that knows no let up in
its laughing department.
A year in New York, eight months
in Chicago and nearly two years in
London is but a brief record of the
Love of Books.
Book love, my friends, is your pass
to the greatest, the purest and the
most perfect pleasure that God has
prepared for his creatures. It lasts
when all other -pleasure fade. It will
support you when all other recrea
tions are gone. It will last you until
your death. It will make your hours
pleasant to you as long as you live.- ,
Mail Carriers Will Fly.
' This is an age of great discoveries.
Progress' rides on the air. Soon we
mayrsee Uncle Sam's mail carriers fly
ing in aM directions transporting mail.
People take a wonderful interest in a
discovery that benefits them. That's
why Dr. (King's New Discoverv for
coughs and colds and other throat and
lung diseases is the most nopular med
icine in America. "It cured me of a
dreadful cough," writes Mrs. f J. F.
Davis, Stickney Corner, Me., "after
doctor's treatment and all other reme
dies hadf ailed." For coughs, colds or
any bronchial aflection it is unequaled.
Price 50 cents and $1. Trial bottle
free at Oberdorfer's.
Mix a pretty girl with a holiday boy
and soak them in moonlight till mid
night.' Squeeze into a tiny corner of
the pier. Stir well with the music of
love waltzes. Serve with an engage
ment ring. Marquis of Queensberry.
A penguin oil industry is to be es
tablished at Macquarie Island, about
half way between Tasmania and the
Antarctic continent. This island, 25
miles long and five wide, is estimated
to contain probably 80,000,000 pen
guins, so that the stock seems almost
The Paris Grand
ONE WFEK, BEGINNING
Musical Comedy Company.
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Schloss Bros., Sc Co.,
Hand Made Suits
Are Here Direct
Hands. . .
We are showing the nevvPlumr
Carnation, Grey and Browns, the
prices very reasonable, 15 to $25.
All Wool Fall Suits, newest
shades at. . . .$10, 12.50 and 15.
Our Fall Line of Haws Von
Gol Hats Douglass Shoes and
Tiwn Bros., Special Shoes are ar
The showing we are making
for Fall is in every way up to the
highest class, our prices are more
reasonable than elsewhere.
TWIN BROS., CLOTHING DEP'T.
L Wollstein, Proprietor.
L. dc N. TIME-TABLE
IN EFFECT DECEMBER S, 1912
- To.INight's Bill
Change of Program Nightly.
A bright and snappy musical melenge
introducing many novelties.
PRICES, 10c, 20c, 30c.
Daily 5.21 am
Lexington, Ky., Daily o.laam,
Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunday V 7.35 am
Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 7.38 am
Rowland, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 7.55 am
Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday, 8.12 am
Cincinnati, O., DBily . . -.S.50 am
Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday - --. -10.20 am
Lexington, Ky,, Daily . 10U5 am
Cincinnati, 0. Daily , -, 10V24 am
Lexington, Ky. r Daily Except Sunday '., -12, 0 am
Cynthiana, Ky.r Daily Except Sunday 310 pm
Maysville, Ky.,. Daily Except Sunday - 3.15 pm
Lexington, Ky.. Daily - 3.33 pm
Knoxville. Tenn.. Daily 3.25 pm
Maysville, Ky-, Daily 5140 pm
Cincinnati, O , Daily Except Sunday. - -a 55 pnu
Lexington, Ky., Daily .6,13 pm
Louisville & Frankfort, Daily Except Sunday 5.50 am
Jacksonville. Fla., Daily 6.18 pm
Cincinnati, O., Daily 100 pm
Traixis IDe-pstrt - t
bi Cincinnati. O., Daily 5.28 am
4 Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday. ..5.35 am
29 Lexington, Ky.,. Daily Except Sunday. ...7.47 am t
40 Cincinnati, O., Daily Except Sunday i ...5.20 an:
10 Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday ..8.20 am
137 Lexington, Ky., Daily - 9-57 am
37 Knoxville, Tenn., Daily 9.55 am
33 Jacksonville, Fla., Daily 10.24 am
133 Lexington, Ky.-Daily -. "... 10.29- am
6 Maysville, K., Daily 12.0o pm
26 Cynthiana, Ky. , Daily Except Sunday . 12.04 am
25 Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday .3.33 pm
38 Cincinnati, 0-, Daily 3.4o pm
9 Rowland, Ky., Daily Except Sunday o.o2 pm
39 Lexington, Ky.. Daily Except Sunday &07- pm
32 Cincinnati, O., Daily 6.23 pm
8 Maysville, Ky., Dailv Except Sunday &2Q pm
30 Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 6.35 pm'
31 Lexington, K., Daily - 10.55 pm
la Atlanta,. Ga., Daily... 10.57 pm
IN EFFECT OCTOBER 3. 1911.
No. N FROM
2 Frankfort, Ky., Daily Except Sunda ....8.13 am
4 Frankfort, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 3.30 pm
8 Louisville & Frankfort, Daily Except Sunday 5.50 Dm:
Trains IDe;pa,rt s
no. to ;
7 Frankfort & Louisville, Daily Except Sunday 7.43am
1 F ankfort, Ky. Daily Except Sunday 9.53 am
131 Frankfort, Ky Daily Except Sunday 5.55 pm
What Makes a Woman?
Hot and Cold Baths at All
No Long Waits..
Share of the Public
London Largely Built on Marsh.
Abundant evidence as to the marshy
nature of the ground upon which a
large part of the city of London was
originally built is still to be discover
ed in such names as Fenchurch
street, Finbury and Moorfields.
One hundred and twenty Dounds,
more or less, of bone and muscle don't
l make a woman. It is a good founda
tion. Put into it health and strength
and she may rule a kingdom. But
that's just what Electric Bitters give
her. Thousands bless them for over
coming fainting and dizzy spells and
tor dispelling weakness, nervousness,
backache and tired, listless, worn out
feeTling. "Electric Bitters done me a
ronrld nf cmnrt " TOritPS F,li7.j Pnnl. I
Depew, Okla., "and I thank you withi When you want a reliable medicine
all my.heart for making such a good i or c,0Ufi,h or cold take Chamberlain s
medicine." Couch Kemedy. It can always be de-
Only 50 cents. Guaranteed by Ober-, Pended uPn and s Dleasant and safe
dorfer. " t0 take or sale by all dealers.
"Shall we admit Wombat to our Sub
limated Order of the Kibosh? He al
ready belongs to seven secret socie
ties." "I'm in favor of admitting him
if there's enough of him left to work
our ritual on." Kansas City Journal.
Bv virtue of Execution No. 1060
directed to me which issued irom the
Clerk's office of the Bourbon Circuit
Court in favor of Eliza H. Johnson
against Thomas C. Johnson, I .will on
Monday, Feb. 3, 1913,
between the hours of 11 o'clock a.
in., and 12 o'clock, noon, at the court
house door in the city of Paris, Bour
bon county, Kentucky, exnose to pub
lic sale to the highest bidder the fol
lowing property or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's
debt, interests and costs, to wit:
A certain house and lot of ground
fronting 50 feet on Williams street in
Paris, Ky.. and extending back same
width 145 feet to the line of Oliver
Jackson and iH the same property con
veyed by M. A. Paton by deed record
ed in deed book 84, page 110, Bourbon
County Clerk's office, levied UDon as
the property of Ihomas C. Johnson
and sold subject to a mortgage of T.
P. Wood for $110 with interest from
December 15, 1903, at the rate of 6
per cent per annum.
TERMS Sale will'be made on three
months' time the purchaser to execute
bond with approved surety payable to
the undersigned. The amount to- be
raised on day o sale is $328.79 and the
cost of this action, $51.98.
Witness mv hand this 14th day of
A. S. THOMPSON
Sheriff of Bourbon County. Z
Lard Special New Art Store!
Try a Bucket of Our Open
Kettle Rendered Lard. Guar
anteed to be the Best Lard
SO-lb. Can $7.00
10-lb. Bucket.. 1 .SO
The Best on Earth.
I have opened an Art
Store next to Mrs. M. A.
Paton. New and fresh
stock of all kinds of
Pillow Cases, -
Novelties of all Kinds T
Stamping Done on Short
guaranteed to be the
Developing Great Industry.
The steel entering into the manu
facture of automobile -wlieels during
last year amounted to 13,000 tons in
this count?? alone.
W. KING & SON,
Cheapside. Hexlngton,. Ky.