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THE BOURBON XEWS, PaRIS, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER- 9,19! 3.
A BRONCHIAL COUGH
is wearing and dangerous because the inflamed,
mucus-filled tubes interfere with breathing and the
fresh air passes through that unhealthy tissue.
Probably no other remedy affords such prompt
and permanent relief as Scott's Emulsion; it
checks the cough, heals the linings of the throat
and bronchial tubes and strengthens the lungs to
avert tuberculosis. This point cannot be empha
sized too strongly that Scott's Emulsion has
been suppressing bronchitis for forty. years and
will help yOU.
Be careful to avoid
I. C. U. R.
Looking For a Place Where You
Can Save Money in Buying
Here is the place that can save you from 25 to 50
per cent, on all your wants. We carry a fuli line of
Men's, Boys9 and Children's Ready-to-Wear
Consisting of Suits, Overcoats, Odd Pants, Hunting
Coats, Etc. A full line of Men's, Ladies' and Chil
dren's Footwear. Ladies' Suits, Cloaks and Skirts,
Misses' and Children's Dresses. A nice assortment
of Holiday Jewelry and many other items too nu
merous to mention, in which we can save you
meney. Be sure and make this store your head
quarters when you come to town.You will be con
vinced when you give us a trial.
STAR CLOTHING MOUSE,
J. ELVOVE, Prop.
Our Call Home Phonel360
TO FULL P0BCHBSEB8!
v: If you are looking for a good
Suit or Overcoat
treasonable prices for Fall and Winter, here is the place
.to get one.
We made a lucky purchase of Men's Suits and Over
coats that would retail at $15, $18 and $20, but we are
Coffering them as a special inducement for
We also have a full line of Schloss Bros.' guaranteed
, -ta ilored Suits for $15 to $25, Emerson Shoes at $4
nd $5, also Stetson and Hawes Von Gal Hats.
Other lines of merchandise can be had at a price that
will please your pocket-book.
TWIN BROS., CLOTHING DEP'T.
L. Wollstein, Proprietor.
MHfc AND hides
l Um ' HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
M FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES
j W P Weot on Cemmittion. Writs for price
" lilt menuonlag this ad.
JOHN WHITE & CO. SSSSfii.
Let us Make that Last Winter's Suit or Overcoat
Look Like New.
You will be surprised when we send your clothes home,
and will wonder why you have not tried usbefore.
AH Work Guaranteed Satisfactory
Men's and Ladies' Panama and Straw Hats'.Cleaned vand
Reblockedjto your satisfaction.
We IaII ForJ and Deliver Work.
Call up E. T. Phone 40.
Paris Odorless Cleaning Co., Sam Levy,"Proprieto
a Willie xviu veuves uieaueu, snori, uc; long zoc
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BCnbPHONES DAY 137: NIGHT 299.
substitutes and insist on SL-U 1 1 a.
A handful of raw pig iron, weighing
about five pounds, is worth five cents.
From it 60 table-knife blades can be
made, of a value of $15. Converted
into steel watcli springs, there can be
about 110,200 of those tiny coils made
from it. They sell for $1.75 a dozen,
which would bring the neat, sum of
$16,070.83 for the five cents' worth of
raw metal. Browning's Magazine.
Sir John Lubbock, the scientist, has
shown how long insects may live if
preserved from accident and harm of
all kinds. The greatest age attained
by an insect, as far as known, was
that reached by a queen ant, which
lived until August 8, 1888, when she
was nearly fifteen years old. Another
queen of the same species died after
a life of thirteen years.
Mummy eyes, as they are called,
are taken from the bodies of Bolivian
mummies, but bear no resemblance to
the human eye. They look like glass
shells with gilt inside, and in spite of
their being solid, they are delicate and
very easily broken. "When exposed to
dampness the gilt appearance is lost
and they resemble a piece of yellow
Important, Though Unnoticed.
We are apt to underestimate the
force of unorganized conviction in
politics and religion. Milk costs a
city as much as water, for all that its
supply is unfocussed, so little im
pressive in any way. The milk has
nothing monumental about it, but the
lofty aqueduct is not of more ac
count. Seeking to Improve Telephone.
Because the microphone of a tele
phone transmitter becomes more sen
sitive in rarifled air, German electri
cians are trying to make a practical
application of the phenomenon.
Always a Way to Do It.
Mrs. Exe "Some husbands win
their wives by sheer audacity." Mrs.
Wye "Yes, and man others by
HOW TO BANKRUPT DOCTORS.
A prominent New York physician
says "If it were not for the thin
stockings and thin soled shoes worn
by women the doctors would prob
ably be bankrupt." When you con
tract a cold do not wait for it to de
velop into pneumonia, but treat it at
once. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is intended especially for coughs and
colds, and has .won a wide reputation
by its cures of these diseases. It is
most effectual and is pleasant and
safe to take. For sale by all dealers.
Can You Believe This?
Nature's most deadly antipathy
seems to have been overcome. A rat
was killed in a pro'duce company's
plant in Missouri and left four young
rats, which the cat has "undertaken
to bring up, meantime not neglecting
her duty of keeping the place clear of
all adult rats that come in sight.
"A short time ago I contracted a
severe cold which settled on my lungs
and caused me a great deal of annoy
ance. I would have bad coughing
spells and my lungs were so sore and
inflamed I began to be seriously
alarmed. A friend recommended
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, say
ing she had used it for years. I
bought a bottle and it relieved my
cough the first night, and in a week
I was rid of the cold and soreness of
my lungs," writes Miss Marie Gerber,
Sawtelle, Cal. For sale by all deal
Left Charlie Guessing.
"Charley, dear," said young Mrs.
Torkins, "what'-is a four-flush?" "Why
do you ask?" "Mother used the term
in conversation this afternoon and I
couldn't make sure whether she was
talking about you or a game of
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as they can
not reach the diseased portions of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is nearly
always caused by an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumpling sound or
impaired hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, deafness is the result,
and unless the inflammation be tak
en out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by Catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case, of deafness (caused
by catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for .cir
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
S,old by druggists, -75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. (Dec.) (adv)
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TRAINING COLT FOR A FAIR
One of First important Things Is to
Teach Young Animal to Behave
Himself and Be Quiet
(By PROF. E. L.. POTTER, Animal Hus
bandry, Oregon Agricultural College.)
In showing horses at county and
state fairs and horse shows, especially
in showing colts, It is important that
the animals be trained for the occa
sion or they are unlikely to show
One of the first things is to teach
the colt to behave himself and be
quiet, so that he will not get excited,
tear around, and "act up" like a
naughty child before company, when
led into crowd.
The next step is to teach the colt
to continue still when it is required.
Then it must be taught to stand in
the proper position, with his feet
squarely under him, his front feet side
by side, and his hind feet also side by
side, his head up and ears forward.
This will not only require training;
it will mean that the owner or atten-
Pure-Bred Clydesdale Stallion.
l dant will need to be constantly on
tue looKout to see mat tne annual
maintains his position. One frequent-1;-
sees at county fairs men bringing in
good horses, and standing with their
hands in their pockets while allow
ing the horBes to stand down on one
side with their heads at one side, in
no way showing off their points as
good horses. Neither the owner nor
the horse in such case shows at his
The horse led into the show ring
should always have a good bridle, and
never should be brought in with just
a halter, as it is impossible to handle
a horse pioperly without a bridle.
The colt should be taught to lead
properly to show his action to good
advantage. He should learn to walk
or trot up by the side of the attendant
and pull forward on the lead rein, not
bapkward. The attendant should
hold the horse with but one foot of
rein between his hand and the bit.
In trotting the colt to the bridle it
should be taught to step up in good
shape, and pull forward on the rein
instead of backward. In teaching the
colt to trot for show, the attendant
must run beside the horse's shoulder,
always keeping step with the horse.
An attendant who stumbles along in
his own gait cannot be expected to
make the horse travel" at his best.
Attention to these points will make
a world of difference in the appear
ance of the horse in thering. It will
make a poor horse look better, and
prevent a good horse from appearing
PIGS AT MARKET MATURITY
Time May Be Determined Very Large
ly by the Character of Feed and
Manner of Feeding.
From a market standpoint a ma
ture hog is one that has either tem
porarily or permanently ceased grow
ing and taken on the form and finish
required by the meat trade. The time
at which a pig comes to maturity may
be determined very largely by the
character of the feed and the manner
Pigs may be brought to market ma
turity anywhere between the ages of
6 to 9 months. Early maturity is
brought about by feeding an excess
of non-nitrogenous foods or by sudden
changes from nitrogenous to non-nitrogenous
foods. By feeding an excess
of such a fat-forming food as corn
meal, the pig does not have a suffi
cient amount of protein nutrients to
continue its growth, and so begins to
lay on fat.
It is a very easy matter, however,
to carry early maturity to extremes
because under the conditions neces
sary a pig will not grow as large or
as rapidly, and so his gains will be
more expensive. The thing to strive
for in pork production is to bring the
pig to maturity at the time he i to
be marketed and not before.
Feeding Young Pigt.
After the pigs are two weeks old
they may be turned into the lot togeth
er, where they may be fed without
being disturbed by the sows.
Variety of Feed.
Young growing pigs crave a variety
of food., and it can usually be- given
to them in slops better than in any
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II 19 U fJULUCUK. II UOIUK& fru-i
to accept dru&s or alco
holic mixtures when nature
craves nourishment to tepair
the wasted body and restore
the vigor of health.
For forty years the best phy
sicians have relied on the whole
some predigested nourishment
in Scott's Emulsioiiwhichis totally
free from alcohol or opiates.
Scott's Emulsion sharpens
the appetite renews blood
nourishes nerves strengthens
bones and restores the courage
of health to make life bright.
Scott's Emulsion sets in action
the very forces that promote health;
it is pure, rich strength.
Tyranny Over the Mind.
I have sworn upon the altar of God.
eternal hostility against every form of
tyranny over the mind of man. Jef
ferson. lew Barbershop
Children's Work a Specialty. -
KENTUCKY TRACTION & TERM
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Daily except Sunday.
' BUCK FREEMAN
First- Class Barber Shop.
Three Expert Artists; No
Hot and CoIdBaths.
Main t. - Opp. Court House
Try Buck's Coal Oil Shampoo.
Kindness, courtesy and punctuality,
Endeavor we to give you.
Less money, good quality,
Long weight; and any
Encouragement we appreciate. J
Ring 715 and 106 and we will1
'Send your order and our thanks.- t
I Keller Grocery Company I
Dr. Wm. Kenney,
PARIS, KENTUCKY. ' ''
Office 514 Main Street. . r
Office Phones jl1
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Residence j Home 3.
DR. A. B KELIJER,
OfflceB, Rooms 4 and 5, Elk's Bid g
Paris - - Kentncij-
J J. WTLTilAMS,
Room 1 Elks Bnildine.
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid On Time
Vour Deposits Are Guaranteed
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UNION STATE BANE
Capital $100,000 r
Pully Paid v
Special Rates-fr Excursions.
Round trip Winter Tourists to alB
principal winter resorts in Alabama
Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Missis
sippi, South Carolina and Havana,.
Cuba, on sale daily Oct. 1, 1913, until
April 30, 1914, with final limit May 31,.
1914; also to principal winter resorts
in Texas and New Mexico, on sale
daily Nov. 1, 1913, to April 30, 1914,.
with final limit May 31, 1914. Liberal
stopovers allowed on all winter tour-'
ist tickets. Also low round trip"
Homeseekers' tickets to points in Ari-
zona, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri,.
New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Ala-
bama, Florida, Mississippi, Colorado,.
Kansas, Montana, Nevada North Da- 1
kota, South Dakota and Cliforniaoa
sale first and third Tuesdays of each.
month, final limit 25 days from date?
of sale, stopovers allowed in Home-:
1 seekers' territory. For further infor-;V
j mation, call no or address, -
j W. H. HARRIS, Agent. 1
T. K. SMITH, T. A.