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IHh BOURBON NWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 28, 1913
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Your Fall Shoes
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.
Entered at Posfcoffice at Paris, Ky.,
as mail matter of the second class
Established 188130 Years of Con
Published Every Tuesday and Friday
One Year. . . . $2. 00 Six Months. .1.00
Payable in Advance
Phones 301 The Shoe Man
MVIS & FUNK, Props.
Telephone No. 4.
West 5 Street
We Take Pleasure.
in o oing up the finest shirt
waists or anything in the
laundry line. That is whay
made ihe Bourbon Laundrt
famous for- fine work and it
dever goes bBck on its repu
tation. If you are particular
about how your linen is
laundered, your custom is the
kind we want as we like to
FOR POLICE CHIEF.
We are authorized to announce J. C.
Elgin, Sr as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Chief of
Police of the city of Paris, subject to
the Democratic primfry, August 2,
We are authorized to announce W. F.
Link as a candidate for Democratic
nomination for Chief of Police of the
city of Paris, subject to the Demo
cratic primary August 2.
We are authorized to announce Ben
Bishop as a candidate for the Demo
cratic nomination for Chief of Police
of the city of Paris, subject to the
Democratic primary August 2.
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
We are authorized to announce J.
Walter Payne as a candidate for the
nomination for the office of County
Clerk of Bourbon county, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary
August 2, 1913.
We are authorized to announce Mr.
Pearce Paton as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Clerk of
Bourbon county, subject to the action
of the Democratic nrimarv Ane-nat 9.
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FOR POLICE JUDGE.
We are authorized to announce Thos.
J. Holliday as a candidate for the nom
ination for the office of Police Judge
of the city of Paris, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primary, Aug
ust 2, 1913.
As a Sales Agent.
I sB icuiLurcii DcinK i
I of Paris.
We wish to thank our
friends and patrons for
the liberal patronage ex
tended to us during the
past year, and wish them
a happy and prosperous
Remove the tariff tax from meat
and sugar to lessen the burden of tax
ation now being borne by the poor,
and place a tax on the incomes of the
rich'who are not now bearing their due
proportion of the government expense.
This promises to be a feature ofthe
legislative program of the Democratic
63rd Congress. Questions asked by
witnesses before the Ways and Means
Committee indicated that meats and
sugar may go on the free list. An in
come taxTtomake up for gthe' loss of
revenue from the tariff on meats and
sugar will soon come into existence as
a resulifof the ratification of the in
come tax amendments the constitu
tion by the necessary three g fourths of
This program should spell some r
duction in the cost of living. The
wholesale price of sugar in London,
where there is no tax on sugar, aver
ages two cents a pound less than in
New York. The same thing is true of
beef. The cables frequently report
that American beef, on which the
transportation has been paid across the
Atlantic, is being sold on the block in
London two cents a pound less than in
the "United States; This shows how
these tiusts have been taking advan
tage of home consumers who they have
at thei mercy because of the Payne
Aldrich tariff law.
Naturally the sugar trust and beef
trustwill not approve a policy of free
sugar and free meat, but the sugar
trust and the beef trust will not be in
the saddle in Washington after March
The New York Journal which ha3
from "time to time carried in its col
umns valuable and iustiuctive edito
rials regarding the country editor in a
recent issue published the following:
We repeat that advertising in coun
try newpsapers, prcperly utilized, is
the most valuable advertising in the
world for its cost. We urge advertis
ers to take advantage of the opportu
nities offered by the country newspa
pers. We add, incidentally, that we
don't own and never expect, to own
any country newspaper or to have an
interest in a country newspaper.
A country editor with five hundred
circulation or more for his daily or
weekly can talk to five hundred good
typical American families.all purchas
ers, all desirable customers.
Every publisher of a country news
paper should be, through his advertis
ing columns, the trusted and valued
agent and promoter of at least ten
great industrial merchandising con
cerns. The country publisher is alone able
through his columns to sell every
thing. His readers buy everything
that is for sale from .nails to pianos,
from pills to automobies. They buy
paint'and roofing and stoves and lamps
hundreds of commodities that the
city dweller never buys.
There is not a community in the
United States in every one of which
ten or even fifty great American mer
chants and manufacturers would not
gladly hire at high pav a competent.
earnest representative able to talk ev
ery day to five hundred or more fami
And every business like, hardwork
ing country publisher is such an agent,
able every day tor each the consumers
that nobody else can reach.
The country newspaper is the best
of all advertising mediums.
And the publisher's profits should be
not less than six dollars annually for
every copy of the paper sold.
Little by little the advertisers will
come to learn the value of the country
newspaper and very rapidlyjet us hope
the country editors will come to learn
the value of which they have for sale
and will demand andgetj;hefr share of
the national prosperity, acting as na
tional industrial and commercial rep
resentatives, and not merely as the lo
cal mouthpieces of local merchants
barely able to euDport themselves.
The publishers that really protect
the people the hard working owners
and editors of the fifeen thousand or
more country dailies and weeklies
must unite to protect themselves and
get their share of national prosperity.
They must free themselves from th9
idea that the country editor is the pri-
vate'property of the local druggist"
groceryman, butcher and hardware
They must give good and faithful
service to their local business men,
and at the same time good and faithful
service to the great mass of so called
foreign advertisers. Thus their pros
perity will be'doubled and quadrupled
and their capacity for usefulness ac
cordingly. The country editor with a thousand
circulation can make himself worth to
the community at least six thousand
dollars a year. He can make his pap
er earn that if he chooses to do it."
He must be his own master, not rul
ed by local merchants oi politics rec
ogniizng only his readers as clients,
customers, advisers and equals.
Mre You Blue and Worried ?
Nervous ? Some of the time really ill ? Catch cold easily and frequently sefcr
from biliousness or headache ? The reason is that your system does not nd -g
of the ooisons in the blood; just as impossible as it is for the grate of a s ove to rid
itself of clinkers. The waste does to us exactly vfcac me cunsen, uu w u ,
make the fires burn
its burning at all
rest, nor is food
W until enough clinkers Jiava accumuiaccu unu uupii
. Your liver 13 siuggisn you are UU1IU1JW.-W..., ""-7- --.-- ,
appetizing. In this condition illness develops. Doctor Pierce s
. - i a t -.- t-j'-f rrt nnni- 'iv'::i 11: iiit-ci"1
Golden Medical Discovery eradicates ins puzsui u -, - " "a
ative extract made from bloodroot, golden seal and mandrake root, stone and
qWs root, without the ze of olcchcl. No matter how strong the constitution
q ' the stomach is apt to be " out of kilter at times ; in conse-
y queries the blocd is disordered, for the stomach is the labo-
IO UtdVlUwkVtaj -.- -
i-ofr-.- for tff mnRtnnv: manufacture of biocd.
Mns. BENJ.BLAZS, of Port Dover, Ont, Box 8- $?
been a greet cufferer for years from throat trouble, tok!5?
female troubles, bloating censtipstionand nervousners-at xnes 1 wand
be in bed, then able to be up again. Was tinder many diff erent doctora
care, and would get better for a little while, then I would go down wig
chronic inflammation all through me. For nineteen years I baa una
poison in my blood. After tryinir nearly everything I gotj worse l reaa
in The People's Common Sense iledical Adviser of Dr. PeweS2
Medical Discovery and Dr. Sase's Catarrh P-emedy. I have taken the
Golden Medical Discovery' and "Pleasant Pellets,' and have used I fivo
bottles of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. I am now able to do mywraa
and walk with pleasure. I feel like a new woman. I enjoy everyttiuX
around me and thank God for letting me live Ions enough to find some
thing that made me well again."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver and bowels.
D Need it in Your
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who has one, what .wonders the Cumberland Telephone works for
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Seven cardinal reasons why YOU should be interested and send
to-day for booklet.
For information, call manager.
Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph
Lloyd's Great WorE
Mr. Meekton's Mean Idea.
"Why did you insist on having your
wife join the Suffragette Club?" "Be
cause," replied Mr. Meekton grimly,
"I want to see that Suffragette Club
get all the trouble that's coming to
Persons troubled with partial paral
ysis are often very much benefited by
massaging the affected parts thor
oughly when applying Chamberlain's
Liniment. This liniment also relieves
rheumaticjpains. . Forale by all deal
Ancient mariner (at the first foot
ball game) Where's the tackle wo
hear so much about? Smart Land
lubber Don't you see the lines all
over the ground? Judge.
We off erjevcry convenience to our
3 per cent, interest paidon
I toe Agricultural IBank of Paris S
First Bear Dance.
What, though I am obliged to danc9
a bear, a man may be a gentleman
for all that She Stoops to Conquer.
Talleyrand could write a short let
ter. When a woman wrote to inform
him of the death of her husband, he
simply replied: "Chere Marquise,
helas." And among official dispatches
there is that of Sir George Walton,
who, after an engagement with the
Spanish fleet, wrote: "Sir: I have
taken or destroyed all the Spanish
ships as per margin. Yours, etc." And
a later instance was the complaint of
Cecil Rhodes that Dr. Jim had upset
the apple cart.
Hon. James T. Lloyd has let it be
known among his friends Lthat he will
not stand for re-election to the chair
manship of the National Democratic
Congressional Committee. Mr. Lloyd
has served as chairman of this impor
tant committee six years, through
three' Conerressionalelections, which is
longer than any Democrat was ever
honored with the place.
When Mr. Lloyd, who comes from
the first Missouri district and has long
been one of the Democratic leaders of
the house, first took hold of the chair
manship of the Congressional Commit
tee the Republicans were in power in
bothjbranches of Congress and seemed
likely to be for several years to come.
Mr. Lloyd inaugurated a plan of close
co-operation with Democratic candi
dates'for Congress thai was more syB
te maticr and effective than any policy
that has ever been worked out before.
Then he built up one of the largest
Democratic news .syndicates in the
Mr. Lloyd felt the people were not
getting the Washington news from the
Democratic viewpoint, and he deter
mined to supply it to them through the
country press, not only during cam
paigns.b ut all the time. Ever since
Mr. Lloyd has been chairman of the
committee the country Democratic
newspapers have been furnished with
a wekely Washington letter of Demo
cratic news. The publication of these
letters has been of the greatest help
to the Congressional candidates. Mr.
Lloyd also originated a statistical bu
reau to gatherdata for the newspaper
letters as well as the Congressional
candidates. Mr. Lloyd has devoted
much hard work to the cause and feels
that thetime has come now that the
Democrats are in the ascendancy for
some good man to step in and take his
Corner Seventh and Main Sts.
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