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1HE BOURBON NEWS,, PARIS; JOSNTUCKY, FEBRUARY. 4, ,1913
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I Your Fall Shoes I
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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
desire.
We have also a full line of Misses',
Children's and Boys' School Shoes in
GunMetal, Patents and Tans.
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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
New Year.
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Depositors.
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Laundry
West 5 Street
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in ''oing up the finest shirt
waists or anything in the
laundry line. That is whay
made ihe Bourbon Laundrt
famous fo fine work and it
dever goes brack 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
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1 HE 'BOURBON NEWS
PABIS, KENTUCKY
SWIFT CHAMP,
Publisher
Entered at Postoffice at Paris, Ky.,
as mail matter of the second class
Established 188130 Years of Con
tinuous Publication
Published Every Tuesday and Priday
One Year. . . .$2.00 Six Months. .1.00
Payable in Advance
ADVERTISING RATES
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, zu cents per line, eacn issue.
Cards of thanks, calls on candidates,
obituaries and resolutions, and simi
lar mat! er, 10 cents per line,
Special rates for large advertise
ments and yearly contracts.
The right of publisher is reserved
to decline anv advertisement or other
matter offered ior publication.
Space is a newspaper's stock in
trade, its source of revenue.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FOR POLICHJ 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 primrry, August 24
1913.
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 nominationfor 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 primary August 2,
1913.
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 ot Paris, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primary, Aug
ust 2, 1913.
Educators Apprehensive.
Back of the announcement that Pres
ident McFarland of the KentucKy Ed
ucational Association will appoint a
special conmmittee to draft and sub
mit to the'association at its meeting
in Louisville, beginning April 30, an
"educational policy" is a' story that
the school men of the State are aD
prehensive that the agitation for re-
itrenchment in State affairs will be
diverted by politicians to the hurt of
the educational campaign.
The decision to draft a systematic
policy was made at a meeting of prom
inent school men, the head of one of
the big educational institutions and
one or two Louisville men. who have
been active in furthering the campaign
against illiteracy. They met in Louis
ville at a hotel, and, it is said, all of
them agreed that not only is there
danger of the schools being made to
bear the brunt of. the retrenchment
nut there are signs that some politi
cians in their desperation will en
deavor to save the privilege hereto
fore enjoyed by their favored friends
bymakinga big showing of economy
in educationaljexpenditures.
The danger, as they see it. is the
more acutebecause there is always to
be expected a reactionary tendency
after popular enthusiasm has reached
the highjpoint attained, as it has in
the campaign for educational advance
ment that has been going on in Ken
tucky for several yeara. Under "cover
of this, they believe, politicians can
undo much that has been accomplish
ed and hamperfurtber progress unless
the school teachers and trustees stand
together to hold what has been gained
and keen public sentiment in their
communities in support of the schools.
This feeling emphasized the import
ance of brjngingjthe trustees into the
Kentucky Educational Association,
and vigorous efforts are being put
forth to urge them to attend and or
ganize as a department ot it. Thev
will have a "round table" of their own.
immeaiate promems out this question
nf thwartinc pfFnrtn 'in iniura kn
, schools will be taken up by the entire
membership of the association. One
session Wilbe devoted to it. All de
partments will adjourn their confer
ences, and the situation will be laid
barejn. the general meeting with the
submission of the "educational nolicy."
By thattime, it is expected, infor
mation concerning reported plans of
the "econemy" will be collected from
various sources, and some olain
speeches are anticipated.
Superintendent of Education Barks
dale Hamlet issued a call for every
educator in ' Kentucky to meet in
Frankfort April 2, 3 and 4lor the pur
pose ot forming an organization to
plan an attack on'the alleged reaction
ary politicians. Hamlett says steps
roBst be taken at once to form an or
ganization to counteract the move
ment that threatens educational advancement.
Phone Merger May Jail Through
The services of Attorney General
Garnett were requested Friday by a
committee of citizens of Woodford,
Jessamine, Scott, Bourbon and Fay
ette counties, who visited Frankfort
to aid them in a suit to test the consti
tutionality of the recent act of the
Legislature providing for the merger
of competing and parallel telephone
and tplfieranh lines, with the consent
of theFihcal courts and the City Coun
cils of the various cities and .counties.
The committee comprised Thomas
Smith and S. R. Burbridge, of Bour
bon county ; Claude Williams, of Wood
ford county ; Charles Marvin, of Scott
county ; Wood Browning and Sanford
Lyne, Jessamine, and John Vance, of
Fayette.
These committeemen represent sev
eral thousand telephone subscribers
of tho East Tennessee Telephone
Company and the Home Telephone
Company who object to the consolida
tion of these companies in the counties
named, which include the cities of
Paris, Georgetown, Lexington, Ver
sailles and Nicholasville.
Attorney General Garnett was not
in Frankfort to confer with "the Jcom
mitteubut the committee wasadvised
by Assistant Attorney General Logan
thah tho act is unconstitutional and a
oni- TOiU he hrouerht to dissolve the
merger.
To Stamp Warrants.
In the Franklin Circuit Court Fri
day Judge.Stout held in the case of
Newman, Commissioner, vs. Khea,
State Treasurer, that the Treasurer
must , stamp as interest bearing tall
warrants issued by theauditor for (ap
propriations made by the last Legisla
ture. An appeal will.be taken.
He also decided that the bill provid
ing that the State shall pay the pre
miums on the surety bondj given by
State officers invalid because Jby over
sight the Lieutenant Governor failed
to'sign it, though the Senate Journal
shows he did sign it. g&u.
The Price of Meat.
If you could get'three times as much
meat from your butcher forty-eight
ounces to'the pound some one would
say a good word for that butcher and
we would get good meat. Today there
is more reason for having good "light
than good meat,' for we are offering
three times as much at the same cost
with' Tuncrsten Lamps. .Electricity
gives a clearer, steadier, more whole
some light than any other illuminant,
and the Paris Gas and Electric Co.,
Inc., will wire your home at cost.
Write, phone or call for full informa
tion. Luke.JMcLuke Says
The world is growing "better. Male
sopranos and side whiskers are getting
scarce.
Women are dyeing Tmore than they
used to, and the high cost of living is
held responsible.
The spring hats are to be plain.
But if a woman can aftord a Bird of
Paradise she is going to near it, style
or no style.
No woman can hold up her dignity ir
she has a busted corset garter.
Ghickens'and eggs all look good on
the surface.
Every wife keeps her husband'o old
iove letters to prove that he was in
sane when she married him.
Before marriage He-insists that He
is a Devil and she insists that he is a
Saint. After.marriage she insists that
He is a Devil and He insists that He
is a Saint.
Another reason for the high cost of
living is that too many expert farm
hands have gone into vaudeville.
No matter how mannish a suffrag
ette tries to be a bargain sale will
always get her goat.
Nowoman ever drove a man to drink
by keeping her mouth shut.
E As a rule the man who only has one
coat has enough dandruff for six coit
collars.
A good fellow usually makes a bai
husband.
Some women are so wrapped up in
Great Work that they haven't time to
Bew a button on Hubby's clothes.
As a remedy for the divorce evil
why not cut the words "love, honor
and obey" out of the marriage cere
mony and insert the word "support."
Cincinnati Enquirer.
Knew His Man.
Gibbs "That's a pretty rocky-looking
umbrella you have there, old
man. I wouldn't carry one like that,"
Dibbs "I know you wouldn't; that's
the reason I carry It when you're
about." t.M-?-
Just Before the Battle.
"Would you marry him if he were
ne?" "I'd marry any one that asked
me, If I were you." Houston Post.
Politico.
By placing the proper number ot
coins in the slot the political machine
may be operated.
Kentucky. Traction and
Terminal Co.
Winter Schedule Interurban Bi
visions, in Effect Oct. 1, 1912.
All cars run week days and Sunda3rs
except those marked with an ex (x),
which run only on week days.
Lve. Lexington
for Paris
x6.00 a m
Lve. Paris
For Lexington.
6.45 a m
7.30 a m
8.15 a m
9.00 a m
9.45 a m
11.15 a m
12.45 p m
2.15 p m
3.45 p m
5.15 p m
6.00 pm
6.45 p m
8.15 p m
10.45 p m
:x7.30 a m
x9.00 a m
6.00 pm
7.20 a m
x8.00 a m
8.50 a m
10.20 a m
11.50 a m
1,20 pm
2.50 p m
3.30 p m
4.20 p m
5.00 p m
6.'00 p m .
7.20 p m ,
9.10 p m-
11.C0 p m -
JL " WOMAN'S- WISDOM. ,
cough perhf the 'croep or whooping cough. Sfa dwaotTNut to for ti
doctor when perhaps the trouble does sot amount to muck. uMny
that -medical book her father gave her, The Common ese Medical Adrr, fcy
K V Pierce, M. D. She says " jut the thing to find out what is the mttr wk
the litde dear." Two million households in this country own one and rt s to
be had for only.31cm stamps-1,000 pages in splendid cloth buadtng. A good
family adviser in any emergency. It is for eUker sex. This is what aaay woeo
write Dr. Pierce-in respect to his "Favorite Prescription," a remedy which kw
made thousands of melancholy and miserable women cheerful and happy, by curg
the painful womanly diseases v,hich undermine a woman s healtk and strength.
Mv desire is to write a few lines to let you know what
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Mr. Brown, an Experienced tailor, will have charge of all tailored
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sewing, and the worst of all nursed three children who had
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