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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, JUNE 6 1,913
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New models and exclusive patterns are
shown at all times in our display of Women's
footwear. Every pair of these Shoes also
show elegance of finish and grace in each par
ticular line. We can give you fitting qualities
in Shoes which cannot be excelled, and as to
service, it need only be said that our Shoes are
made by the best Shoe makers in the world.
We can give them fo you in width's as narrow
We invite your inspection.
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DWIS & FUNK, Props.
Telephone No. 4.
GEO. W. DAVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER.
BOTH'PHONES DAY 137; NIGHT 299.
M. A. CAHALv
Tolite and Prompt Attention
Hot and Cold Baths
AVe Thank You For a Share of
Trees Trees Trees
"Fruit and Ornamentals, Strawber
ries, Shrubs, "Hedging. Grape?. Aspar
agus, Rheubarb, Roses, Peonies,
Everything for Orchard, Lawn and
H. F. EIILLENMEYER & SONS,
'A WIRED HOUSE
The Shoe Man
Lai im tifi.ui
We Take Pleasure.
in '"oing up the finest shirt
waists or anything in the
laundry line. That is whay
made ihe Bourbon Laundrt
famous fov fine work and it
dever goes heck 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
Kentucky Traction and
Lve. Lexington Lve. Paris B 8
for Paris For Lexington.
x6.0U a m 6.45 a m
7.20 am x7.30 a m
x8.00 a m 8.15 a m
8.50 a m x9.00 a m
10.20 a m 9.45 a m
11.50 am ") 11.15 a'm
1.20 p m 12.45 p m
2.50 p m 2.15 p m
3.30 p m 3.45 p m
4.20 p m 4.30 p m
5.00 p in 5.15 p m
8.00 p m v COO p m
7.20 p m 6.45 p m
9.10 p m 8.15 p m
11. CO p m 10.05 p m
x Daily Except Sunday.
Take Plenty of Time to Eat.
There is a saying that "rapid eating
is slow suicide." If you have formed
the habit of eating too rapidly you are
most likely suffering from indigestion
or constipation, which will result in
serious illness eventually unless cor
rected. Digestion begins first in the
mouth. Food should be thoroughly
masticated and insalivated. Then
when you have a fullness of the stom
ach or feel dull and stupid after eat
ing, take one of Chamberlain's Tab
lets. Many severe cases of stomach
trouble and constipation have :
been cured by the use of these tabletsy
They are easy to take and are most
agreeable in effect. Sold by all deal
ers. J' ' - , . " '
! HE BOURBON HEWS
i PARIS, KENTUCKY
Entered at Postoffice 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
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, 20 cents per line, each issue.
Cards of thanks, calls on cBndidates,
obituaries and resolutions, and simi
lar mati er, 10 cents per line,
Special rates for large advertise
ments and yearly contracts.
The right of publisher is reserved
to decline any advertisement or other
matter offered for publication.
Space a newspaper's stock in
trad source f revenue.
The News is authorized to make the
I following announcements, subiect to
the action of the Democratic Primary
August 2, 1913:
For State Senator
HON. J. Wllili CLAY
For Commonwealth's Attorney
VICTOR A. BRADLEY
For County Clerk
J. "WALTER PAYNE
For Police Judge
R. S. PORTER
THOS. J. HOLLIDAY
E. B. JANUARY
GEO. M. KISER
J. T. HINTON
JAS. M. O'BRIEN.
For Police Chief
J. C. ELGIN, Sr.
W. F. LINK
GEO. M. HILL
GEO. W. JUDY
W. O. BUTLER
GEO. D. SPEAKES. v
"W. O. HINTON.
"W A. "W ALLEN.
R. M. GILKEY.
L. B. Purnell,,Deputy.
JOHN S. WIGGINS.
Win. Lynch, Deputy.
For County Judge
c. a. McMillan.
For County Attorney
ERNEST MARTIN, Paris
L. J. FRETWELL, Paris
rA. L. STEVENSON,Clintonville
"W.F. TALBOTT, t
W. G. McCLINTOCK, Deputy
J. O. MARSHALL, Deputy
Kentucky Fair Dates.
The following are the dates fixed
for holding the Kentucky fairs in 1913
as far as reported:
Mt. Sterling, July 234 days.
Harrodsburg, July 29 4 days.
Madisonville, July 29 4 days.
Uniontown, Aug. 5 5 days.
Taylorsville, Aug. 5 4 days.
Tri-County Fair (Carroll, Gallatin,
Owen), Saunders, Aug. 6 4 days.
Danville, Aug. 6 3 days.
Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug. 11
Mt. Vernon, Aug. 6 3 days. -
Winchester, Aug. 6 4 days.
Berea, Aug. 7 3 days.
Fern Creek (Buechel), Aug. 12 4
Leitchfield, Aug. 12 3 days.
Henderson, Aug. 12 5 days.
Brodhead, Aug. 13 3 days. "
Perryville, Aug. 1& 3 days.
Vanceburg, Aug. 13 4 days.
PARIS, AUG. 195 days.
Hardinsburg, Aug. 193 days.
Lawrenceburg, Aug. 19 4 days.
Shepherdsville, Aug. 19 4 days.
Erlanger, Aug. 20 4 days'.
Stanford, Aug. 203 days.
Ewing, Aug. 213 days.
Eminence, Aug. 21 3 days.
Elizabethtown, Aug. 26 3 days.
Shelbyville, Aug. 26 4 days.
London, Aug. 264 days.
Nicholasville, Aug. 26 3 days.
Florence, Aug. 27 4 days.
Germantown, Aug. 27 4 days.
Alexandria, Sept. 2 5 days.
Fulton, Sept. 2 5 days.
Frankfort, Sept. 2 4 days.
Somerset, Sept. 2 4 days.
Bardstown, Sept. 3 4 days.
Barboursville, Sept. 3 3 days.
Tompkinsville, Sept. 3 4 days.
Franklin, Sept. 4 3 days.
Hodgenville, Sept. 9 3 days.
Monticello, Sept. 9 4 days.
Morgantown, Sept. 11 3 days.
TRADING AT HOME ,
BENEFITS THE BUYER.
Of all the problems and perplexi
ties that beset the Lexington .mer
chants, there is none so baffling and
at the same time so exasperating ,as
the practice of frading with the itener
ant merchants who periodically visit
Within the past month out of town
merchants have been having displays
at some one of the hotels in Lexing
ton which they do more or less during
the year, and their show rooms are
crowded with Lexington people, who
without malicious intent, do Lexington
merchants a great deal of harm. Last
week the Leader received an adver
tisement from a prominent Louis
ville dry goods firm announcing a dis
play of goods to be held at 'a
Lexington hotel, which they wished
inserted in the Leader and for
which they were willing to pay the
highest price the Leader charges
for advertising. But the advertise
ment was refused by the business
manager of the Leader, because he
realized what it would mean to the
Lexington merchants, and knew that
the display of ready to wear garments
bought in Lexington at a less cost than
the foreign merchant could afford to
sell them, as he has in addition to J
his regular expenses, the extra ex
pense of travel and hotel bils for the
employees traveling with the display.
These foreign merchants do not pay
one dollar of Lexington's taxes . They
do not subscribe one dollar to the
many charities which Lexington mer
chants are daily asked to subscribe
to, and to which they always gener
ously respond. They do not pay one
foliar out to any Lexington person
for salaries. They come to Lexing
ton, stay two or three days, and de
part, carrying away $1,000 or $1,500,
and never spend outside of their
hotel bills one cent toward the up
keep of the city or for the benefit
of any citizen.
The problem is not peculiar to'Lex
ington. It besets every city which
has a prosperous, discriminating class
of buyers and a progressive, accom
modating, enterprising class of mer
chants. If the money which is sent out of
Lexington to buy goods were merely
to buy articles which cannot be ob
tained here, or to secure values ma
terially better than a dollar will buy
here, the merchants would have no
cause to complain.
The above statement is putting the
case very clearly and very mildly.
Every business man in Lexington
pays for the privilege of supplying
the people with their useful needs. He
employs" clerks and other help from
among the local home people. He
contributes in taxes rents, salaries
and donations, an immense sum every
year to the welfare and prosperity of
the community, and his only return is
through the vofume of his business.
There are goods to beobtained by
mail, at prices far below the prices
offered by local dealers. This does
not mean that the local merchant is
being undersold. It merely means
that if the local merchant carried
goods of this quality on his shelves,
where they could be seen before pur
chase was made, they would lie for
ever unsold. The Lexington mer
chant has the same access to the
wholesale markets that any dealers
of reputable goods have, and -he can
not afford to put in his stock goods
that will not bear inspection, or which
when sold, will bring discredit upon
the business which he is striving to
The home merchant is ever ready
to meet your urgent necessity. When
the eye is caught by the invitation to
visit a display or inspect a special line
of shoes, dresses, waists, hats, etc.,
is not the home merchant entitled to
an opportunity to meet the new de
mand? That is all he asks.
The reader can readily see Advocates
of buying at home are reaching out
daily in their effort to attract paurons
from adjoining towns. That which is
applicable to Lexington can also be
applied to Paris. Our merchants are
capable of competing with the mer
chants of Lexington in the quality of
goods, cheapness and in quantity of
Follow the policy advocated by the
Lexington newspaper an BUY AT
HOME, thereby helping home enter
prises and keeping money among home
people. Few if any Lexington peo
ple spend their money in Paris. Why
should the people o fthis city turn
their money into Lexington enterpris
es or spend it with Lexington mer
chants, where it will remain. Trading
at home benefits the home people as
well as the home merchant.
Can't Keep It Secret.
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
Tablets is daily becoming more wide
ly known. No such grand remedy for
stomach and liver troubles has ever
been known. For sale by all dealers.
ONLY ONE BEST.
Paris People Give Credit Where Crjedit
People of Paris who suffer with weak
kidneys and bad backs want a kidney
remedy that can be depended upon.
Doan's Kidney Pills is a medicine for
the kidneys only, and pne that is back
ed by willing testimony of Paris peo
ple. Here's a case:
M. Holleran, 200 W. Seventh street,
Paris, Ky., says: "Sometimes the pas
sage of the kidney secretions were real
painful. I had backaches, too. I used
much medicine, but was not benefit
ted until I took Doan's Kidney Pills.
They soon made me feel better and
Mr. Holeran is only one of many
Paris people who have gratefully en
dorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your
back aches if your kidneys bother
you, don't ask for a kidney remedy
ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills,
the same tha tMr. Holleran had the
remedy backed by home testimony.
50 cents at all stores. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, New York.
"When your back is lame Remember
Seeking Health and Strength
For those ills peculiar to women Dr. Pierce
recommends his "Favorite Prescription" as
A medicine prepared by regular graduated physician of unus
ual experience in- treating woman's diseases carefully adapted
to work in harmony with the most delicate feminine constitution.
All medicine dealers have sold it with satisfaction to cus
tomers for the past 40 years. It i3 now obtainable in liquid or
sugar-coated tablet form at the drug store or send 50 one-cent
stamps for a trial box, to Buffalo.
Every woman may write fully ar.d confidentially to Dr. Pierce,
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., and may, bs
sure that her case will receive careful, conscientious, confidential
consideration, and that experienced medical advice will be given
to her absolutaly free.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liv
er and bowels. Sugar coated, tiny granules easy to take as candy.
Some Hot Neflus.
We will in a few days receive a car ofSemi
Anthricite Coal. It has the Pocahontas fracture, is
a much harder Coal therefore comes a better
preparation, and is an ideal Furnace Coal.
is you are interested in a first class furnace
Coal, come to the yard of
Dodson & Deo ton
The Home of Good Coal
Yards, South Main St. Coth Phones 140
Now,;is the time to lay
1. Sells My Products
2. Gets Best Prices
3. Brings Supplies
7. rays .bor ltseli Uver and Overj &sU
Seven cardinal reasons why YOU should be interested and send
to-day for booklet.
For information, call manager.
Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph
50 Fine and Stylish Sample Suits for Ladies and Misses, val
ues $15 and $20, to be sold, special at $10.90. All Women and
Made by the best manufacturers in the country to demons
trate the high character of their production.
After the suits were displayed we immediately bought them
at an unusual advantage, and now we price them awfully low, at
The excellent tailoring perfection of fit and quality, of mate
rials of these suits and the low price will make a grand purchase
Call and see them at
We are agents for Pictorial
Bon Bon and W. B. Corsets.
Roofs put on twenty-six years ago are as good as new to-day, and
have never needed repairs. What is the result? Why practically
every other shingle manufacturer is trying to imitate it, so be not deceived
look for the words "Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat Off." embossed on the
corrugation. It is put there for your protection. Accept no substitute.
Best & Hawkins,
in your Winter Goal
ASK THE FARMER
who has one, what wonders the CumberlandiTel
ephone works for him. He will reply:
. 4. Protects the Home1'""
5. Helps the Housewife
6. Increases Profits;
and Main Sis.
Patterns, Buster Brown Hose,
Designed and Patented
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