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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KY., DECElgBEft ? 13
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JHfrrtMOTH CAVE NATIONAL
SPARK BILL TO BE PUSHED
Kvery effort will be made by Repre
sentative R. Y. Thomas, Jr., of Ken--tucky,
during the regular session of
Ikis Congress to procure the enact
ment -of the Mammoth Cave National
Park Bjll. Mr. Thomas reintroduced
-tkat measure, calling for an appropri
ation of $1,000,000, and it was re
ferred to the House Appropriations
Committee instead of the Indian
Aifiiirs Committee to which, it was re
ferred during the last r6gular session.
Tie Third district Congressman mam
talks ''that it was an error of refer
ence when the bill was snt to the
.Military Affairs Committee last year,
a& he hopes for greater success for
it ia the hands of the Appropriations,
Considering the fact tliat human be
ings have always been perfectly lovely
about showing other people how to
do their work, the marvel 'is thai: the
new profession of scientific manage
ment didn't break out sooner. The
Cynic, in American Magazine.
Way of Woman. -y
No' woman cares to face an emer
ceacy without first ' powdering hejj
Faults Common to All.
On the whole we make too much of
faults. Faults? The greatest of faults,
I should say, is to have none. Thom
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Rod Building Subjects to Be
Discontinued in Lexington
"The average girl's idea of a man
is what every healthy man wants to
kick" From The Gay Rebellion, by R,
Few Fireproof Domiciles There.
More than half the dwellings in New
South Wales are built of wood.
I N STRUCTION F R E E.
Oc per Month and Up
efe is no telephone on your
'rite for our free booklet
how you may get service at
MERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
122 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA
Object Is To Improve Effici
, ericy of RoacT Engineer
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State University, Lexington, Kent
tuckv. will open a short course in
j Highway Engineering, January 5th to
17th, 1914, for the benefit of people
who are interested in the Good Road
problem of the State.
No tuition will be required for this
course ana tne expense outsiae ot
railroad fare should not be over $10.
It is hoped that every County Engi
neer will take advantage of this oppor-1
tunity to improve his education, and
thereby better the road condition in
his county. Men who expect. to be
come County Engineers or Road
Builders should avail themselves of
this opportunity to prepare for an ex-i
amination before the State Highway
Commissioner. Special instructions
will be given to men expecting to take
the County Road Engineer's Examina
tion. The mornings will be devot
ed to lecture work, men of the high
est reputation in their special line of
work have been secured for these lect
ures and it will be worth while of any
one interested in Highway Enginer
ing to attend these lectures.
The afternoons will be devoted to
practical field and office work, such
as the use of transit, level, plotting
profiles, laying grade lines, and mak
ing estimates of cost for various kinds
of work. -
The State of Kentucky has spent
millions of dollars on her roads; if
these roads had been constructed of
material and by methods approved by
experienced road builders, they would
have been a source of pride and pleas
ure both to those who built them and
to the Commonwealth, instead of hav
ing brought censure on all who were
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Connected WlUl ut wunv a.uu auucu
greater opposition to all Good Roads
It is with the view of equipping
men with a better knowledge of road
building that the University has de
cided to give this course. Each lect
ure will be from thirty to forty five
minutes in length and after each lect
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Wednesday Dec. 10.
Sale starts at 1 0 o'clock. Here are a few of the
items' that will be on sale:
Large Size Dish Pans,'
Stew Kettles, Etc.
This will be one of the largest granite sales this year,
so don't fail to attend.
Don't Forget That We Are Headquarters For
Christmas Toys and Novelties.
Give Us a Call.
National 5 and I0-Cent Store.
SALE OF MANUFACTURERS SURPLUS
At Prices Positively Reduced One-Third to More Than One Half
from Actual Values.
The recent warm weather caused all manufacturers to be overwhelmed with surplus stocks, caused by
cancellations, etc- These stocks had to be turned into cash at once, so we took advantage of the conditions
and bought tremendous quantities of high class merchandise at rediculously low prices.
These sensational values, together with our own readjusted stocks, are now on sale proportionately reduced. This
important event is without Question the greatest bargain-giving sale of the year.
1 We Have Divided These Garments into Six Lots.
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All $ 1 5.00 and $ 1 5.00 Suits at .
LOT NO. 2
All $20, $22.50 and $25 Suits.
LOT NO. 3
All $27, $30, $35 and $40 Suits
LOT NO. A
All $15.00 Coats at
LOT NO. 5
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LOT NO, 6
All 35.00 Coats at
$7.50 quality at;
OIE LOT Of GAGE BROS.' SOFT VELVET
HRTS, WOrth $2.50, $3, 3.50 a!l QO
Gome Earlv for tlie Best
Sielectibris and tell your
friends about ttiis great
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