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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913
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i lw a neauny conuiuoH.
' Liquor Bill Passes Senate. ,
The Senate Mynday night by a
viva voce vote passed the Webb Liq
uor Bill, already passed by the House
as a substitute for the Kenyon-SheD-pard
The Wtbb bill would prohibit 'ship
ments of intoxicating liquors from
one State to another when intended
to be received or sold in violation of
the law ot the state tu which the
shipment is made.
The House concurred in the Senate
bill Tuesday, which differs from the
bill pdbsed by the House only in num
ber. A report that President Taft
will vetu the measure created a stir
mong Democratic Senators and Con
gressmen. The friends of the measure are wor
ried because thev fear that it will be
impossible to pass the bill over the
President's veto. This means, of
course, that the question would be
revived and injectad into the Wilson
administration. It is believed that
twc thirds of the House would vote to
override the President's veto of this
measure, but there is small chance
that thelsentiment in the Senate is
strong enough to accomDlish this end.
IE the President vetoes the bill it
will be on constitutional grounds. He
is said to share the views of those,
including the Kentucky membeis,
who took that position.
In the Senate debate Senators Suth
eiland and Eoot. both Rioted constitu
tional lawyers, took the same view in
opposing the bill aa that of Senator
Paynter in his speech attacking the
The President is said to believe the
measuie unquestionably is unconstitu
tional, and that its passage by Con
gress simply shifts the burden ot re
sponsibility for its final defeat from
the shoulders of politicians in the Su
Ti.e substitution of the Webb bill for
the Kenyon-Sheppard bill came at the
close of urolonged debate, and was by
viva voce vote, no recall being de
A quaint little incident is related by
a French war correspondent, which
sheds light on the enthusiasm and
nervousness with which the Greeks
entered upon their war with Turkey,
When the mobilization orders reached
the little town of Chalkis, all owners
of horses and mules hastened to com
ply, but there were no soldiers to es
cort the animals to Athens, where
they were urgently needed, the mili
tary being already on the frontier.
Thereupon the mayor of Chalkis set
an example, which was followed by
two or three of the oldest lawyers,
school teachers, doctors and hotel
keepers. All these notable and
learned men put their dignity on one
side, and turned themselves for the
nonce into grooms and stable lads.
After two days journeying they
gravely marched in procession through
the principal streets of Athens, lead
ing their beasts, and nobody laughed,
'Which, indeed, there was no reason to
All the Difference.
A tale is being told on a certain rail
road division about one of its conduct
ors that is, they tell it when he isn't
around something like this: At a
station, which is a near-city one, a
young lady got aboard the train, and,
the car being crowded, sat with an
other lady earlier aboard. When the
"con" came around she smiled and
bowed, and he returned her greeting
politely, but in a distant fashion. A
second time Misg Young Lady tried
the gushing act with no luck. Then
she complained to her seatmate. "I
can't imagine what's the matter with
Conductor Blank. We've always been
such good friends, and today he hard
ly seems to know me!" "Perhaps it is
because you are sitting with me ""said
I the other lady. "Oh. I hardlv think
that could make any difference," ob
jected the flirtatious one. "I don't
really see how" "It might, easily, I
think; you see, I'm his wife!"
Hero In Humble Life.
A pathetic case of a dying man's
forgetfulness of self occurred the oth-
i er day at the village of Old Colwyn,
North wales. A sewer was being
built .when a portion of the trench col
lapsed. Two men were buried under
the earth. The surveying staff, four
doctors, and seme others were quick
ly at work, and hearing the faint cries
of the entombed men labored heroic
ally to remove the heavy mass" of soil
in time to save life. An elderly man
named Lloyd was first pulled out,
and between the gasps he was heard
to say: "Never mind me, boy. Look
after the other man." He died while
the rescue work was still going on.
After arduous labor the second man,
Morris Edwards, was reached and ta
ken to the hospital.
It is the fashion in England to at
tach to houses names that in many in
stances are absurd or misleading as
"Applecot," where the only trees are
firs; but, as this London Chronicle
story shows,, fitness and humor some
times govern the choice. A retired In
dian civil servant, on his return to
England, yielded to e his wife's impor
tunities, and said that she might have
a new bouse. "But mind," he empha
sized, "it must not cost above three
thousand pounds." It cost double that
amount, as houses have a way of do
ing, and when it came time to name
ttie place, the owner had considerable
fine masculine feeling to put into it;
so, not wholly in memory of India, he
called it: "Mysore Place."
! Daily Thought.
The domain of beauty is more ex
tensive than the domain of the. physi
cal worId exposed to our view; it has
no bounds but those of entire nature,
Por sale byjalli&na of-thes8oul voA genius of man.
1 5c, Two For 25c
5c and 10c Store
For Thirty Days
And also Putting
same on WaiSs.
Must Have Room
for New Stock.
National 5c andlQc Store
Man to represent us in rural dis
tricts. Salary and expenses to resDon
sible Darty. Address"
G. A. GRANANHAN,
Lock Box 180, Lexington, Ky. ,
Unless sold privately before I will
sell at auction on Monday, March 3, on
the public squard Shetland pony, cart
and harness. Call E. T. Phone 275 for
td MRS. FRANK BRYAN.
Two extra good Jersey heifers,
fresh and one will be in ten days.
SIDNEY G. CLAY,
7 3t E. T. Phone 726.
Stock, Crops & Implements
Having sold my farm, and intending
to locate in Ohio, I will seirat public
auction, at Maplehurst, on
Wednesday, February 19, 1913.
beginning at 10 a. m., the following:
1 large 6-vear-old mare mule;
7-yr-old Mare pony, gentle, well
1 4-year-old Western gelding, good
all-around horse as ever on a farm ;
.1 3-year-old chestnut gelding, byLo
canda 2:02, dam by Earlmont 2:09;
53 Southdown ewes;
20 yearling Southdown bucks ;
2 No. 1 Jersey milk cows;
10 Duroc brood sows :
10 young Duroc stock hogs ;
1 top buggy, rubber tired ;
2 road wagons ;
1 2-horse wagon ;
1 Deering mower;
1 Deering lawn mower, 1-horse
Bull lakes; sulky rakes; tedder,
Baled ryestraw ;
1 Baldwin upright piano ;
Some other household goods
A lot of poultry ;
Other articles too numerous to men
tion, including a lot of implements
such as are usually found on "an up to
W. A. BACON,
Maplehurst Stock Farm.
R. P. D. No. 4. Paris, Ky.
E. T. 'phone-152.
Geo. D. Speakes Auctioneer. 31-6t
New Suits Arriving
v - '?Vj. ' f '
"WHl JSCItLOSS MOS 6 tO I v.,
TWIN BROS., CLOTHING DEP'T.
L. Wollstcin, Proprietor.
L d N. TIME-TABLE
IN EFFECT DECEMBER 8, 1912
Trains Arrive ' "
Atlanta, Ga., Daily 5.21 am
Lexington. Ky., Daily 5.18am
Cynthiana, Ky. , Daily Except Sunday 7.80 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 9.50 am
Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 10.20 am
Lexington, Ky Daily 10.15 am
Cincinnati, O., Daily .10.24 am
Lexington, Ky. , Daily Except Sunday 12.00 am
Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 3.10 nm
Maysyille, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 3.15 pm
Lexington, Ky.. Daily 3.33 pm
Knoxville.. Tenn.. Daily 3.25 pm
Maysville, Ky., Daily : 5.40 pm
Cincinnati, O. , Daily Except Sunday 5.55 pm
Lexington, Ky., Daily 6,15 pm
Louisville & Frankfort, Daily Except Sunday. 5.50 am
Jacksonville. Fla., Daily ." 6.18 pm
Cincinnati, O. , Daily 10 :50 pm
34 Cincinnati. O., Daily 5
4 Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 5,
29 Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 7
40 Cincinnati, O., Daily Except Sunday 8
10 Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 8
137 Lexington, Ky., Daily .x. 9
37 Knoxville, Tenn., Daily : 9
33 Jacksonville, Fla., Daily 10,
133 Lexington, Ky., Daily 10
6 Maysville, K., Daily 12,
26 Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 12
25 Lexington, Ky. , Daily Except Sunday . 3,
38 Cincinnati, O., Daily 8. .3,
9 Rowland, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 5,
39 Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 6
32 Cincinnati, O., Daily
8 Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 6
30 Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 6.
31 Lexington, K., Daily '. . .10.
13 Atlanta, Ga., Daily 10.
No. 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 pmii7
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
Are You a Cold Sufferer
Take Dr. King's New Discovery.the
best cough, cold, throat and lung med
icine made. Money refunded if it
fails to cure you. Do not hesitate
take it at our risk. First dose helps.
J. R. Weils, Floydada.Texas. writes:
"Dr. King's New Discoveiy cured my
terrible cough and cold. I gained 15
pounds." Bay it at Oberdorfer's.
The State Board of Equalization
Monday organized with the following
members : Edgar Renshaw, first dis
trict; R. G. Cary, Second District;
John W. Lewis, Third District ; Thos.
P. Craicr, Fourth District; M. J. Mea
gher, Fifth District; J.T. Earle. Sixth
Sixth District ; John F. Howes, Sev
enth District. Henry Boaworth, State
Auditor, is Chairman ex-officio.
Kowan Saufley, of Stanford, was
elected Secretary and William Walker,
of Clinton, and James Dale, of Shel
byville, were elected assistant secreta
ries. Tombstone Inscriptions.
In tombstone inscriptions a man is
not upon oath. l)r. Samuel Johnson.
Mothers Can Safely Buy.
Dr. King's New Discovery and give
it to the little ones when ailing and
suffering with colds, coughs, throat or
lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless,
once used, always used. Mrs. Bruce
Crawford, Niagara, Mo., writes:
"Dr. King's New Discovery changed
our boy from a pile, weak, sick boy tp
tha picture of .health." Always helps.
JEJoy it t Oberdorfer's.
Schloss Bros., & Co.,
Hand Made Suits
Are Mere Direct
rrom The Tailors
We are showing the new Plum,
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.
.57 am .
OCTOBER. 3. 1911.
New Art Store!
I have opened an Art
Store next to Mrs. M. A.
Paton. New and fresh
stock of all kinds of
Novelties of all Kinds
Stamping Done on Short
guaranteed to be the
mrs. tU. 6. Board
per FARM LOANS!
W. KING & SON,
125 Ctteapslde. Lextfixton Ky-