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THE BOURBON NEWS PAtflS; KY., MAt 12; 1941
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GENIC POLISH MOP.
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Makes it easy to clean and polish your fjoors
woodwork and furniture. Reaches the hard-to
C. A. DAUGHERTY
Woodland Stock Farm
Headquarters For Draft Horses
. Buster B.
Dark Bay '"Horse, Weight a,700.
Sired by Imported Glitter 58803.
Dam by Imported Queen 41490.
$10.00 TO -INSURE.
B. is a coming four-year-
old a&d a ypung stallion
of masked 1
size and condition. He is
thatjwill appeal to your fancyami, you
"will make no mistake
in breeding to
Horses Will Make the Season of 1914 at Woodland Stock Farm.
Ajwmt 7 miles north of Paris on the Cynthiana ; pike. Money . due when
colt? Is foaled, mare transferred or bred to other stock without my consent,
lien, retained on, all colts until .season money is paid. Care takea to prevent
acc&Jents, but f no responsibility assumed should any occur.
t STERLING HINKSON," Lair, Kentucky.
Fine Spring Clothes
For Men and
Best Hats at Lowest
i vv Prices
TiWIN BROS., CLOTHING DERT.
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The Joseph Candioto
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'Black Percheron; Weight 1760.
$10.00 TO INSURE.
f BURLEY is a splendid specimen of
the dratt horse and his get have
proved to be of the very best. There
is a steadily growing demand for the
class of horses produced by Burley,
both upon the farm and .in the cities.
They can stand ntprei work 'thari the
average horse. He is 8 years old, a
beautiful black, well formed, and of
the -class5 Ahat catch.es- the, eye", n se-' ;
lectmg a horse to breed to pick one
whose, produce cpmmands the, best
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Paris a? Full"StockalliM'6dels..WeSell ;i
This preparation, is intended especi
ally for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains and like ailments. It is a fa
vorite with people who are well ac
quainted with its splendid Equalities.
Mrs. Charles Tanner, Wabash, Ind.,
says of it: "I have found Chamber
lain's Liniment the best thing for
lame back and sprains that I have
ever used. It works like a charm and
relieves pain and soreness. It has
been used by others of my family as
well as myself for upwards of twenty
years." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For
sale by all dealers. ' '
Mother can pose around the house
in a see-more petticoat all day and
Father won't know she is alive. But
if isome. other woman wears a silhquet,
on the street Father will wallr'all
over seven people while he is trying
to get an eyeful.
As far as I am concerned there
isn't anything to prevent a man who
dips around like a mokey at a tango
party from carrying a powder puff and
dolling up between "dawnces."
A NEAT BARBER SHOP.
Mr. Carl Crawford has opened up a
new and cozy barber shop at the cor
ner of Fourth and Main streets. New
furniture, sterilizers, hot water heat
ers, etc. Mr. Crawford and another
capable barber are in charge and are
ready to take care of the wnts of the
particular men. Mr. Crawford invites
all his old customers and the general
public to visit him in his new place.
KEEP THE BOWEL
Dr. King's New Life Pills keep the
stomach, liver and kidneys in a
healthy condition. Rid the body of
poisons and waste. Improve your
complexion by flushing the liver and
kidneys. "I got more relief from one
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills than
any medicine I ever tried," says O. E.
Hatfield, of Chicago, 111. 25c, at
Sphere are too many men in the
world who believe that their own
wives' and daughters are pure, but
that all other women will bear watch-
FOR A TORPID LIVER.
JI, have used Chamberlain's Tablets
off" and on for the past six years
whenever my liver shows signs of be
ing in a" disordered condition. They
have- always acted quickly and given
me tlie desired relief," writes Mrs.
Ft 'H. Trubus, Springville, N. Y. For
sale by all dealers.
Every time you see a skinny lad
sit down in a street car and hoist his
pants to his knees so you can see his
passionate silk sox, we quit laughing
at what the women are wearing.
Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Rochester,
N. Y., was a victim of sick headache
and despondency, caused by a badly
weakened and debilitated condition of
her stomach, when she began taking
Chamberlain's Tablets. She says: "I
found them plasant to 'take, also mild
and effective. ,In a few weeks' time I
was restored to my former good
health." For sale by all dealers.
The reason some folks do not get
their prayers answered is because
they ask for more than the Lord has
UM 1JI LfJk
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One application soothes and heals a rough
a cure. Eczema, LryMpelas. letter, Ulcers am
all skin, diseases leld to its curative properties.
Sue a box. At all Druggists.
Send for free aiitile anil liook, Health and Beauty
JOHNSTON. HOLLO WAY & CO..
I Spring Garden it., Phila., Pa.
Vtf vale oil
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A crisp, clean, nutri
tious food. For
where. Fresh in the
age, 5 cents. .
The funny little name
of the famous little
ginger snap that puts
fresh "snap" and
"ginger" into jaded
appetites. 5 cents.
The natural sweet
ness and nutriment
of the wheat are re
tained, giving them
a delightful flavor,
Bay biscuit baked by
ilways look for that name
CHILD CROSS? FEVERISH? SICK?
A cross, peevish, listless child, with
coated tongue, pale, doesn't sleep,
eats sometimes very little, then again
ravenously; stomach sour; breath
fetid; fetid; pains in stomach, with
diarrhea; grinds teeth while asleep,
and starts up with terror all suggest
a Worm Killer something that expels
worms, and almost every child has
them. Kickapoo Worm Killer is
needed. Get a box today. Start at
once. You won't have to coax, as
Kickapoo Worm Killer is a candy con
fection. Expels the worms, the cause
of your child's troubles. 25c. at your
(May) , (adv)
Jf the Mexicans and the Japs only
knew how many times a night they
are whipped to a franzle in our Snake
Developer Dispensaries, they would
crawl in a hole and stay there.
COUGHED FOR THREE YEARS
"I am a lover of your Godsend to hu
manity and science. Your medicine,
Dr. King's New Discovery, cured my
cough of three years' standing," says
Jennie Flemming, of New Dover, O.,
Have you an annoying cough? Is it
stubborn and won't yield to treat
ment? Get a 50c. bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery today. What it did
for Jennie Flemming it Avill do for you
no matter how stubborn or chronic
a) cough may be. It stops a cough and
stops throat and lung trouble Relief
or money back. -., 50c and $l.Q(Lat,
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You can't keep a Reformer down.
You can giyQ,.hini1,a 99-1 b,eating at
the ,.poilsr,,blac,kenj hs ,eyeunland k.ick
fiis dome in. -But .when he recovers
Consciousness ) jjej jwU , ge;j: up! t and , ahT)
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X TAKING NO. CHANCES.
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We'ttansgress-'Nalure's la-vvfl, ttfeKLiv'er
strikes, then we opiit or neglect until
we ache or sicken. ? ,
LlDosenfthedarfimed-iip bile. Keep'it.
I looseuwith $he,.or& time-tried May Appier
J Root. (Podophyllm.) PodODhvlhn with
the gripe taken out is called
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made upJiisfinindjoiplay safe. Vj
There are all sorts of people in the
world, including the man who is sore
because the train isn't wrecked when
he takes out an accident policy before
making a trip.
The old-fashioned wife who used to
darn her husband's socks now has a
daughter who darns her husband
when he wants his socks mended.
The trouble about the fast young
man is that he is never going in the
right direction. "
It isn't the way you look at other
girls that makes your wife mad; it's
the way you don't look at her.
You can always flatter a married
woman by telling her that she doesn't
Railway men in Germany may only
belong to such societies as are ap
proved by the management.
Friend Wife is usually a pretty good
old scout. How many men would stay
at home until they had to move the
furniture in each room once a week
to keep from getting the Jerries?
Every time butter goes up one cent
per pound Father has to come up to
the Dutchman's place at the Corner
and spend $2 indignating about the
Robber Syndicates and the Porch
A man doesn't have to be a coward
to be afraid of his wife. The man
who isn't afraid of his wife when he
has done something he shouldn't
haven't done hasn't much of a wife.
Some day when we get so that we
will tell the truth about things there
will be a lot of tombstones in
scribed: "He Never Blamed the
When we do not like a man we go
around and say so to every stranger
we meet. But, somehow or other, we
never think of telling the man him
self.. After a girl has been engaged four
times and failed to make the hook
stay put, she always looks as tliough
she was dodging the Dog Catcher.
The old-fashioned man who used to
buv eold bricks now has a son who
wants to see the blue prints before he
will invest a dime in United States
You can always bet that the lad
who whines that he is being kept
down is always the last one-up.
The world is growing better. The
stock of Male Sopranos isn't nearly
as large as it used to be.
First Popular Price Ex
enrsiun of the Season
To Cincinnati and Return
For the Round Trip
Special train leaves Paris, Ky., 8:20
returning leoves Cincinnati
Fourth Street Station 7:00 p. m. For
further information call on
Low round trip Summer ourist
tickets to all principal tourist points
in Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia,
West Virginia, Canada, Michigan,
New York, Vermont, California, Colo
rado, Montana, Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Washington and Oregon, on sale daily
May 15, until Sept. 30, with final re
turn limit Oct. 31, with very liberal
stop-over privileges. For further in
formation call on or address
J. K. SMITH, T. A.,
W. H. HARRIS, Agt.
Sunday, May 0, l9Rj
$1 .50 i
The telephone goes hand in hand with good ;
The telephone overcomes many of- the obsta
cles of bad roads and makes it possible for the
farmerand other rural residents to transact ,busi-:
ess in 'the' city arid with neighbors when the1
roarpasslg f : '
Progressive" farmers arei insisting upon: QSod
roads and telephones. These two agencies of
modern civilization are doing more than all others -.
toward, eliminating the isolation of country life. -You
can have. at telephone in your home at very
small cost. Send a postal for our free booklet .
giving complete "information. ., .;:
PARMERS' LINR DEPARTMENT
and Telegraph Company
The Man, Who
Pulls Teeth With
Mr. A. D. Brown, the man who used
to pull teeth with his fingers on
stock sales days at Paris. Kv.. and
whose work was the talk of the whole
Last fall this same Mr. Brown "
came to Paris on Court Day and ad
vertised a medicine known as
Brown's Snake Oil Liniment, and left
it for sale with Chas. E. Butler & Co
druggists of Paris, Ky. Since then
Mr. Butler has sold hundreds of bot
tles of this wonderful medicine, and
makes the broad statement that it
has produced more cures than any
medicine that was ever sold through
his drug store.
L,ast court Day Mr. Brown intro
duced on the streets, through Mr.
Butler's drug store, a medicine knowa
as Brown's Native Herbs in Liquid
Form, and a great many bottles were
sold under a positive guarantee that
it would cure all forms 'of Stomach
Trouble, Constipation, Catarrh, Indi-..
gestion, Dyspepsia, Water Brash,
Rheumatism, Kidney and Bladder
Chills and Fever, Diseases common
Its introduction into every commu
nity has been followed by some of
the most remarkable cures. Brown's
Native Herbs in Liquid Form, is
guaranteed to cure Constipation. In
digestion, and to set the stomach
right. It matters not of how long,
standing the disease may be. It at
the same time tones up s the entire
nervous system, gives strength and
vigor to .those who are weak, sick and
nervous. To prove all this we ask
you to go and have a talk with Mr.
Butler at his store, buy a bottle of the
Native Herbs, and if it is not just as
we recommend and advertise it, you
can go back to Mr. Butler and he will
give you your dollar just as cheer
fully as he takes it. Brown's Native
Herbs in Liquid Form and Brown's
Snake Oil Liniment, remember, are
sold under a positive guarantee. Try
Cisco, leaves his
Delmont, San Fran
pet dog $25 a month
The Oklahoma State Free Employ
ment Bureau in six years has found
work for 53,000 persons.
COUNTY COURT DAYS.
Below is a list of the days County
Courts are held each month in coun-
ties tributary to Paris:
Anderson, Lawreceourg, 3d Monday. "
Bath, Owingsville, 2d Monday.
Bourbon, Paris, lst Monday. "
Boyle, Danville, 3d Monday. V
Breathitt, Jackson, 4th Monday.
Clark, Winchester, 4th Monday.
Fayette, Lexington, 2d Monday.
Fleming, Flemingsburg, 4th Monday
Franklin, Frankfort, 1st Monday.
Garrard, Lancaster, 4th Monday.
Grant, Williamstown, 2d Monday.
Harrison, Cynthiana, 4th Monday.
Henry, Newcastle, 1st Monday.
Jessamine, Nicholasville, 3d Monday.
Lee, Beattyville, 4th Monday.
Lincoln, Stanford, nd Monday.
Madison, Richmond, 1st Monday
Mason, Maysville, 1st Monday.
Mercer, Harrodsburg, 1st Monday.
Montgomery, Mt. Sterling, 3d Monr
Nicholas, Carlisle, 2d Monday.
Oldham, Lagrange, 4th. Monday. .
Owen, Owenton, 4th Monday.
Pehdleton, Falmot,tn, 1st Monday
. Powell, Stanton, 1st Monday. -Z
Pulaski, Somerset, 3rd Monday.
Scott, Georgetown, 3d Monday.
Shelby, Shelbyville, 2d Monday.
Wayne, Montecello, 4th Monday.
Woodford, Versailles. 4th Monday.
-155 North Broadway,
urrlies of all kinds.
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For Sale by All Druggists.