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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 14 1913
This company accepts first mortgage loans on farms,
when duly approved as security for money loaned. "
We are, therefore, always glad to hear from those
who own real property, and who require funds for build
ing or other purposes, or who are contemplating the pur-,
chase of new farms; and we are, as a rule, prepared to"
advance such funds, if the property is of recognised value
and the desired loan relatively reasonable.
It is always requisite that there shall be a wide mar
gin between the market value of the property and the
amount of the loan for which the property is offered as
We aim to be as liberal as possible in all cases, how
ever; and those who seek loans of this character will do
well to consult with us. Write toN the following address
Union Trust & Savings
We Also Do
Gua r a n teed
, Kentucky Traction and
Winter Schedule Interurban Bi
visions, in Effect Oct. 1, 1912.
All cars run week days and Sundays
except those marked with an ex (x),
which run only on week days.
x6.00 a m
7.20 a m
x8.00 a m
8.50 a m
10.20 a m
11.50 a m
1.20 p m
3.30 p m
4.20 p m
5.00 p m
6.00 p m l
7.20 p m
9.10 p m
11.00 p m
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
6.45 p m
8.15 p m
10.45 p m
X7.30 a m
X9.00 a m
6.00 p m
$100 Reward $100.
The readers of this paper will be
leased to learn that there is at least
one dread disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that
is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
nly positive cure now known to the
Medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
institutional disease requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
ure is taken internallv, acting direct
ly upon the mucous surfaces of the
system, therebv destroying the foun
dation of the disease, ard giving the
patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in do
ing its work. The proprietors Have so
much fai(h in its curative powers that
tkey offer One Hundred Dollars for
any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
" Address F. J. Cheney '& Co., Toledo,
Sold by all druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. Insure with W. O.
Prompt paying non
No Need to Stop Work.
'When the doctor orders you to stoD
work it 8lagcers you. I can't, you
cay, You know you are weak, run
down and failing in health day by
day. but you muse work as long as you
can stand. What you need is Electric
.Bitters to give tone, strength and vig
or to your system, to prevent break
down and build you up. Don't be
vweak, .sickly or ailing when Electric
Bitters will benefit you from the first
dose. Thousands bless them for their
glorious health and strength. Try
them. Every bottle is guaranteed, lr
satisfy. Only 50 centa at ObtiLOrl-er's.
i$ ! Studebaker
Co., Maysville, Ky.
In looking at cars and studying the
specification remember that the Stude
baker Company will this year will
build automobiles to the value.of $65,
000,000 and that our factories are the
largest and best in the world. There
are 88,000 Studebaker automobiles now
in use in this country and giving gen
eral satisfaction. Out of this exoeri
encp. nnd confident in the wideRnrend
approval ot these thousands of owners,
we have gone further than ever before
in producing extraordinarily high
grade cars at low prices.
Consider that back o every automo
bile we build, is the untarnished Stu
debaker reputation for honest manu
facture service to the owner after he
We would call to your attention the
extraordinarily clean and modern
motor design, which carries motor con
struction to the highest point of engi
We would ask you to notice the at
tention tu details and the remarkable
way in which even the slightest incon
venience for the driver has been
Concerning quality of steels, careful
machine work, the heat treatments to
give steel requisite hardness and
strength, and all the vital features
which even detailed specifications can
not make clear, remember that our
facilities for accomplishing these
essentials are the best in the industry,
and that upon our assurance to you
that these matters receive the most
exact care and test, rests the entire
It is public confidence in Studebaker
methods and in Studebaker promises
thatmake this organization the great
force which it is.
THE STUDEBAKER CORPORA
TION. For sale by
BOURBON GARAGE & SUPPLY CO
It Can't Be Done,
in a while we sit down and
if ever a toastmaster called
on a man who got up and admitted
that he was a speechmaker. Detroit
No Sympathy There.
Goodfellow "I'm sorry to say my
wife has an aggravating habit of in
terrupting me in the middle of a sen
tence." Binns "Humph! You are
fortunate to be able to get so far."
Brightening Flower Pots.
Flower pots frequently fade into a
dingy color from their original hright
and cheerful brick red. They may be
easily brightened again by putting or
dinary red ochre in water until it is
about as thick as paint, then painting
the flower pot, which absorbs the
color and holds it.
To Pop Corn.
Very often corn will not pop quick
ly, even over a very hot fire. If you
will put the corn to be pojpped In a
sieve and pour cold water over it, not
allowing the water to stand on the
corn, it will not only pop quickly, but
the open kernels will be larger and
lighter and more flaky than they oth
erwise would have been.
"'Julius .Glenn, the Whandaodle
at Opera. House
- . '' .
TAX VALUES FIXED
County Board of Tax Supervise
ors Complete Work-
The lists as finally fixed by the
Bourbon Board of Tax Supervipors
show a healthy increase in-the valuation
of taxable property in Bourbon county.
The board raised the valuation on
the 183.137 acres of land five per cent,
over the list values, making a totai
valuation of 310,916,660. tThe above
slight increase was made by the Board
in order to keep the State Board of
Equalization from further raising-land
values in Bourbon county. This places
an average valuation of about $55 per
acre on all lands in Bourbon county.
The total assessed valuation of all
taxable property in Bourbon was plac
ed at $16,276,180. This ie an advance
over the assessment of 1912 of $771,
745, and ib divided as follows:
Value of lands, $10,916,660.
Value of town lots, $2,794,030.
Bonds, money and notes, $1,125,520.
Value of all other nprsonality, $1,
616,720. ASSESSED VALUATION BY PRE
Flat Rock $1,800,235.
North Middletown $1,909,145.
Below will be found the assessment
in detail as follows:
Total number ot acres of land, 183,
137. Valued at $10,916,660. -
Number of town lots, 3,031. Valued
Value of diamonds. $9,765.
Watches and clocks, $2,070.
Gold, silver and pated ware, $1,725.
Steam engines, boilers, etc., $2,250.
brick, stone, etc., $25.
Wine's, whiskies, brandies and mix
Stocks of goods and other property,
Pronerty held for another for the
purpose of Bale on commission or
Value of all other property not men
Amount of bonds. $59,520.
Notes secured by mortgaee, $314,015.
Other notes. $404,385.
Cash on hand, $134,485.
Cash on deposit in banks, $100,440.
Cash on deposit in other corpora
Stocks in corporations doing busi
ness in Kentucky, $1,600.
Stocks in foreign corporations, $19,
600. Number of thoroughbred saddle and
standard bred stallions, 18. Valued
Number of thoroughbred saddle and
standard bred mares and colts, 189.
Valued at $15,075.
Number of stallions of common
stock. 31. Valued at $4,500.
Number of geldings, mares and
colts, 3,740. Valued at $184,325.
Number of mareB and mule colts,
1,184. Valued at $106,770.
Number of jacks, 33. Valued at
Number of dogs, 1,179.
Number of jennets, 34. Valued at
Number of registered bulls, 8.
ued at $305.
Number of registered cows and
calves, 62. Valued at $1,750.
Number of bulls, cows, calves -and
steers of common stock, 10,541. Valu
ed at $322,040.
Number of sheeD, 26,687. Valued at
Number of hogs, 8,758. Valued at
Value of agricultural implements,
Value of agricultural nroducts, $34,
985. Wagons, carriages, etc.. $71,685:
Value of slaughtered animals $25.
Value of iron safes, $635.
Household and kitchen furniture,
Manufacturing implements, $13,555.
Pianoforte and other musical intsru
Raw materials to be used in manu
Value of manufactured articles, $2,
600. Value'of paintings. $170.
Value of libraries, "$40U.
with: Black Patti;
" . . . .
A Traveling Agricultural Display
"A seventy-five foot
I products of the Great and Fertile Northewst. Prepared and sent out by
I the Northern Pacific "Railwav to SHOW YOU what is beiner raised bv
prorperous farmers and fruit growers in the rich States of Minnesota, Wiscon
sin, North Dakota. Minnesota, Idaho, Washington and Oregon.
In this car you will see what you could do if you were located along the Scenic
Highway in The Land of Fortune.
You could farm by intensive methods on irrigated land, or you could "dry
farm" on non-irrigated land. You could raise fruit, vegetables, poultry and
daily products, making money and enjoying life just as thousands of people are
doing out. in this marvelous country.
This Exhibit Car, which you are cordially invited to inspect, will be at
L & N, JJepot, Paris, Ky February 18.
Scenic Highway M.
Paris, - Kentucky.
New Shoe Shine
The popular Elevator Boy and
Janitor at the Agricultural
Bank, has opened a Shoe-Shining
Parlor in the hallway of the
Bank and will be glad, to wait
ton the public in this section of
Your Patronage Is Solicited.
Low Round TripHomeseek-
To points in Alabama, Florida, Louis
iana, Mississippi, Arizona, Arkansas,
Missouri, JNew Mexico, Oklahoma, i
Texas and Kansas' on sale first and
thirdJTuesday of each morith, return
limit 25 days from date of sale.
Round trip Winter Tourist iickets to
all principal winter resorts in the
South on sale Oct. 15th to April 30th,
1913, final return limit May 3lst, 1913.
For further information, apply to
.W. H: HARRIS, Agent,
J. K. SMITH, T. A.
Figure It Out.
Mrs. Towne "Have you had this
set of china long?" Mrs. Subbubs
"Let me see; I've had it just four
girls and a half." Philadelphia Rec
For a sprain yoii will find Chamber-
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the pain, rpmoves .the. soreness and
restores Jthe part to a -healthy 'cpndi-i
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Tell Your Friends
If you cannot visit the car, write to
State or section you are interested in. We
illustrated booklets to your home address.
L. J. BRICKER, Gen'l Immigration 'Agent, St.
A. M. CLELAND, Gen'l Passenger Agent, St.
1 The Louisville
Enjoys the Largest Circulation in Ken-
. tucky Because it is the Best Newspaper
in the State and the People Know it.
NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS!
Besides giving the public the most re
liable market reports, as well as gen
era! news, The Herald's special fea- '
turesjmake it pre-eminent among Lou
Special attention is called to Herbert
Quick's masterful articles which are
now running serially in The Herald
On Board the Good Sbip earth
(Back numbers of these articles free on request to all
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