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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KY., JUNE 6, 4913
4j'. !pARLESS 14-YEAR-OLD THIEF
210 W. Main St., 2
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Nimble Youth Keeps Room in Hotel
Facing Station House While He
Robs London Homes.
London. Fourteen charges of shop
breaking and robbery,' to all of which
he pleaded guilty, were preferred at
Nottingham children's court against
Charles Goodwin, a rosy-faced Leices
ter boy, aged fourteen, who was de
scribed by the police as "a regular
Charles Peace." The boy was re
manded to a special court for all the
charges to be investigated. It was
stated that Goodwin in six weeks ob
tained $250 in the city while living in
a hotel facing the -chief police station.
! Able to climb like a cat, Goodwin's
method was to break into premises
from the roof, and it was while on the
roof of a cafe that he was captured.
At one shop he removed the slates
and bored through rafters and ceiling.
1 The boy was absolutely without fear.
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Men's and Ladies' Panama and Straw Hats Cleaned and
Reblocked to your satisfaction.
We CaH For acid Oeliver Work.
Call up E. T. Phone 40.
Paris Odorless Cleaning Co., Sam Levy, Proprietor.
White Kid Gloves Cleaned, short, 10c; long 25c.
CONVICT IS SEEN TO SMILE
Has Not Spoken in Three Years Is
Under Sentence of Death His
Stockton, Cal. "Silent" Carson, the
convict, who was brought to this city
for investigation by alienists, and who
has not been known to utter a word
during the three years that he has
been under sentence of death for par
ticipation in a "prison break, is report
ed to have smiled -at one of the hos
pital attendants, and this may break
down the obstacle that has prevented
his execution on a charge of murder.
Physicians .who have had Carson
under observation say this is the first
display of any emotion on his part
of which they have record, and that
conclusions heretofore accepted as
proving him insane may be reviewed.
Carson is being subjected to a new
and original system of investigation
by several physicians. -.
Banker Pays Up Old Claims.
Kansas City. Willard P. Holmes,
president of the Security Savings
Trust company, when it failed in 1892,
has settled all its debts, $63,536. Aft
er 21 years he has been able to pay
back what depositors lost, refusing to
take shelter behind the provisions of
the bankruptcy law. As fast as he
could earn money he turned it over
for dividends on the claims against
the dead b ik.
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Hoine Phone 290
Truck Replaced Three Teams
OF CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS
' Now for Yoor Spring Cleaning
' 9x12 Wiltina Seamless Velvet Bug, $35.C0,
. ' now $25.00
jx12 Axminster Rus, S32.00
1 now -
9x12 Seamless Brussels Rug, S20.G0,
xlO Crcx Eugs, 12.00,
(III A- F. Whee!ar Furniture Oo , j
iwf Main and Th!rd Sfs CKAS GREKN Mr' Parl3j Ky f
In eleven months this three-ton KisselKar Truck covered in actual service
4,760 miles at a fuel cost of $1.08 per day. Manned by a driver and one helper,
it replaced three teams of horses. The average daily burden was 37 17.20ths
tons. It carried an average load of four tons one ton overload but in the en
tire period named, was laid up only two and one-half hours for repairs.
"We can recommend the KisselKar Truck and assure that it lives up to its
guarantee," writes Thomas E. Fleischer, manager of the Sheboygan Lime t Works.
Two and one-half hours for repairs, carrying over 37 tons per day is a record worthy
of notice. KisselKar Trucks cost little to maintain and are economical to operate because
the problem is solved in KisselKar construction.
Note these striking KisselKar features Simple engine eay to operate reserve power
excess capacity differential lock preventing one drive wheel absorbing all the power on
slippery places, and stalling the truck four speed transmitters geared up fourth speed
permitting high speed when desired without racing engine ; 15 to 20 per cent, lower fuel
consumption than average trucks light spring suspension for power plant, heavy spring
suspension for load gauge that weighs load greatest accessibility easy control larger
brake drums, and extra powerful brakes special bodies designed to meet every need.
DEER HERD IN A STAMPEDE
1 500 lbs.-1 -2-3-4 and 5 Tons
In the range of capacity, 1500 lbs. to 5 tons, you can find just the type that fills your
requirements and with the KisselKur Truck goes the KisselKar Service, which is the
manufacturer's guarantee of satisfaction.
KisselKar Service means taking off your hands all of the mechanical details.
A special service building is maintained in this city for the benefit of KisselKar owners.
The KisselKar service is a broad and comprehensive arrangement between manufacturer and
owners that cares for the car, maintains efficiency, retards depreciation and minimizes up
keep. This service is a valuable consideration in the purchase of a power wagon. Investi
Ask us to analyze your present horse haulage ss compared to motor haulage. The re
sult will be interesting.
Send for free book showing KisselKar Trucks in actual use in your line and many other
lines of business.
The Following Lines of business Have Recently
Bought Kissel-Kar Trucks
Iron and Steel, Lumber, Textile, Milling, Giocery, Dry Goods, Dairy, Furniture, Fruit, Commission, Trans
fer, Bus, Hotel, Caterer, Brewery, Building Supplies, Contracting, Plumbing, Canning, Oil, Telephone,
laiindry, Bakery, Confectionery, Ice, Coal, Farming, Hardware, Ice Cream, Creamery, Produce, Crock
ery, "Undertaking and to municipalities Fire, Health and Police departments. .We make them to suit the
needs of any business.
O. R. HUKLE,
51 3 West Main Street,
Hunter Is Supposed to Have Turned
Dogs in Inclosure and Started
Animals on Wild Career.
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licks In central and eastern Missouri
J have a fair chance again to come into
their own, unless fourteen deer which
escaped from the William Meyer farm,
near Hollow, in the western part of
St. Louis county, are recaptured. A
herd of twenty-five denizens of the
woods belonging to John Cafferata of
Delmar boulevard was stampeded by
dogs and all but eleven scaled the
Cafferata and three of his friends
have left for Gray Summit, Franklin
county, where they hope to form some
scheme of capturing some of the herd
and returning them to their fold.
They have been heard from in many
sections, but the owner never hopes
to regain all of them.
He received a message from Japan,
Mo., twelve miles from Cuba, on the
Little Bourbeuse river, that two of
his pets had been seen there. Forty
miles out in Franklin county more of
the deer were seen, and at Labadie
and on toward Union, Mo., farmers
have sighted some of the flock. Caf
ferata does not know what method he
can employ in capturing them alive if
he can find them.
The deer were shipped from a
friend in Maryland recently and sent
to the Meyer farm for safekeeping,
after the fences had been built unus
ually high. Some former deer hunter,
presumably, turned his hounds into j
the inclosure in order again to feel
the thrills of a real buck chase. '
One of the animals was' tangled in I
the top wires of the fene'e as he j
scaled it and thrown in such a way j
that its neck was broken. Another
broke a hind leg in getting over the
fence, and still another was crippled
so it cannot travel fast.
For two or three days the deer re
mained together in the vast acres of
almost primeval forests north of Al
lenton and Pacific, but the interfer-.
ence of dogs from neighboring farms
is supposed to have scattered them.
One of the crippled animals is being
held by a farmer near Melrose, in.
western St. Louis county.
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The Tri-State Butter Company,
After Four Years cf Discouraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
Cams to Rescue.
Betwen Cynthiana and Lexington,
from Oldsmobile Autocrat car. A
.liberal reward will be paid for its
R. V. BISHOP,
Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows : "1 suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, i could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times, I would have severe pains
In my left side.
The doctor was called in, and his treat
ment relieved me for a while, but I was
scon confined to my bed again. After
that nothing seemed to do me any good.
I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com
menced taking it. From the very first8
dose, I could tell it was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman'stonic. It has helped
more than a million women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and should
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom
mend it. Begin taking Cardui today.
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Advisory Dept.. Ousunooa. Te8.. ior Cftcuttl
Instructions On Our eae aadfrt-naw hnolr 'Huu''
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