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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KY.
TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1517.
The Bouirbon News
Established 1881 35 Years of Con
the highway, it offends ,by being out
of place, and it does not help to sell
blished Every Tuesday and Friday.
e Year $2.00 Six Months. .$1.00
Payable in Advance.
Loafing -in College.
Dr. T. M. Balliet, dean of the peda
gogy school of New York University, '
told the National Educational Associa
EAT WJTHOUT FEAR
OF INDIGESTION OR ;:'!'& fll 1 1 III t 111 HI 1 II 11 1 1 i-tl lllinmi WfH !
SOUR, c ID .STOMACH y " '
Instant Relief! Pape's. Diapepsin'
Ends -Your Stomach Dis-'
tress. Try It!
Con. C. M. Best was in Cincinnati,
Sunday and Monday.
Miss Mnrirnrp.t- "R. ninrfrp ip- i Wonder what upset your stomach
tion a few days ago that present dar Tlmrsday for a business trip East. which portion of the food did the
5-1VIFT CHAMP, Editor and Owner, college terms are "four years of loaf- Mrs. Mclntyre, of Simpsonville, is damage do you? Well, don't bother.
ing.'This agrees with an article by a the guest of Mesdames S. H. Endicott If your stomach is in a revolt; if sick.
(Entered at the Paris, Kentucky, colege undergraduate recently printed and D. M. Kurst. gassy and upset, and what you just ate
Postoifice as Mail Matter of the in The Outlook, which savs college Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ilice, of Hutch- nas iermeiueu anu turneu sour; neaa
Any erroneous reflection upon the
courses are so easv that students slip n, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. .dizzy and aches; belch gases and acids
tin-nun with mti wrir Peterson, Friday and Saturday. and eructate undigested food; breath
through with little work
i et many students, apparently per
character, standing or reputation of ,. . " , , ' . . .
tv nor5,n r. Z. oh whinii fectlv truthiul, say they have to work
may appear in the colujnns of THE
BOURBON NEWS will be gladly cor-
hard to pass tests and keep out of
conditions. The parent looking for a
reoted if brought to attention of the good college for his boy or girl feels
editor. puzzled to know which point of view
ADVERTISING RATES i The briSht student may get the sub-
'stance of a lesson in ten minutes,
Disnlav Advertisements. S1.00 ner over which the duller fellow would
Quite a number of our younc men foul, tongue coated just take a lit-
attended a dance at Carlisle, Friday tie Pape's Diapepsin to help neutralize
night, most of them taking in the re- acidity and in five minutes you wonder
ccption at the M. C. first. ,what became of the indigestion and
Mrs. R. C. Bonar and daughters, distress.
Misses Louise and Dorothy Bsnar, Millions of men and women to-day
were guests of relatives at Falmouth, know that it is needless to have dys
from Friday until Monday. ,pepsia. A little Diapepsin occasional-
' Born, on Friday, to Mr. and Mrs. ly keeps the stomach sweetened and
Gano Duncan, a son. On Saturday, to they eat their favorite foods without
Elder and Mrs. C. O. vossaboom, a son, fear.
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 candi
dates, obituaries and resolutions, and
similar matter, 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
first born, christened
work an hour. By dodging studies boom.
like mathematics and the classic Ian- Mrs. A. S. Best, Misses Olive Fish
guages, which call for steady grind, er and Mary Louise Bruce have return
many Ions hours are saved. d from Ft. Thomas, where they at
tended tne Missionary convention oi.
the M. E. Church, South.
If your stomach doesn't take care of
your liberal limit without rebellion; if
your food is a damage instead of a
help, remember the quickest, surest,
most harmless relief is Pape's Diapep
sin, which costs only fifty cents for a
i large case at drug stores. It's truly
With ten minutes hurried reading of
,..., ' it . , . ' Miss Florence Yimont remains wonderful it stops fermentation and
ment, .political economy, the student very much the same Mr. j G Alien 'acidity and sets tilings straight, so
with ready wjt and lacile speech is some better. Mr. R. L. Powell is gently and easily that it is really as
might make a far better showing than able to be out again, though not able t tonishing. (adv)
the slow tongued grind. to resume his duties at the store.
mi jr i lit il ! i: ' T T f1 PtlflnmiHi Vino vonfnil I ..
ine irequem cases ime mese mui- xvev. iv. v,. uuiuowuu o xvei; .judging trom title average sermon
.a . . . ... I -.-w . - .,..- - -,, r , il Mllf.llIU llfllll IMir. a-LVr-l rij t "T
matter for publication. t ihn f-inn.. r mnnv oiopf.vo the nronerty of Dr. W. M. Miller, on i,in,.0rori nntro.iovc tim ri,in;- ic nn
Annrmnoomontis fnr nnlifirpl rfTirr " -nt:i, i.. ,1-::.,;.,, tUn Unmn i-f tt. i . J . v .
be accompanied by
The educator "with scholastic tastes injh treet' ad-Jinin& the home of M:
may think each student is selecting
the course that accords best with his
own needs and gifts. But probably the
majority of students pick the easy
i A college should not be satisfied
J. C. Leer, and he and his wife will
move to it from Owenton in the near
Mr. and Mrs. Bailes DeBelle, of
Ewing, were guests of their daughter,
Mrs. Mabel Courtney, enroute to their
home, after a visit to their elder
tured some of our best political
Wp are. authorized to announce tho
good 'Democrats below as candidiates " ts v-ork unless careful thought jdaugl;ter Mrs. Ge0rge Jeffrys, at Lex
at the Democratic primary on August is given to each individual student. ington
.4, iiy, to mi me onices to wnicn it ne is supping aiong on easy courses,
FOR STATE SENATOR
LEE W. WAINSCOTT,
A BR AM RBNICK,
C. M. THOMAS
the authorities need to hand out some John Jones, colored, who has been
real intellectual wood-pile for him to at St. Joseph s Hospital, Lexington, for
saw and split. Few parents send 'f ral weeks, was brought home
A. . . , dav night. He was chauffeur for Dr.
their boys to school to spend ,y; G Dailcv and was seriously injur
tlieir time with their feet on ed iu an automobile accident several
ithe piazza rail of fraternity houses, oi 'weeks ago
eating and sleeping on the ball i
Go easy, boy. A lot of handsome
women are not so blamed handsome
after you look them over a dozen
times. And a lot of the homely wo
men are not so blamed homely after
you get used to them.
YOU NEED A SPRING LAXATIVE.
WILL G. McCLINTOCK,
TjUi Doe Marshall and Bob Gilkoy
L. A. SOPER,
W5tk D. E. Clarke and L
Dr. King's New Life Pills will re
move the accumulated wastes of win-
jter from your intestines, the burden
A. S. Venable began a pro- oi the blood. Get that sluggish spring
meeting at tjie Presbyterian 'ieeling out of your system, brighten
church Sunday, assisted by Rev. Wil-'your eye, clear your complexion. Got
son. Evangelist of the Ebenezer Pres- that vim and snap of good purifie-i
bytery. The meeting will continue i healthy blood. Dr. King's New Life
THE NEWS has been asked several through the week. Services every af-j Pills are a non-griping laxative thar
NO MORE FREE SEED.
times by interested
aids nature's process. Try them to
night. At all druggists, 25c.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
DAVID D. CLTNE.
parties as to ternoon at 2:30; evening 7:30.
vlipthfr nr iinf fhr rlictrihiitinn rf mr. I
'den seeds wouid be kept up by "the ! Miss Lucy Jones sang at the Meth
finvprnmpnt. nd winner the Pi.,n. ( ooist Church Sunday morning, to the
r AWri- ii i 'delight of all who heard her. Miss I a steamship wreck in Scotland was j
C. Ashcra.t gressmen would continue their time Jons ,s tadng a special . in theP batterv n a sailor.?
honored privilege of sending seeds to voice at the Cincinnati School ofip0cket electric lamp," which was said i
uieir consuiueuxs. we uave leanieu . ATiisie. .inri is showinc marked lm- tn hnvo n rrr tiri Mm onmnn
Every Woman Who is Interested in Seeing the
New Styles For Spring is Cordially invited to At
tend Our Remarkable Style Show, which 'fakes Place
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
March 19th, 20th and
The newest, finest and most favored styles in Gowjis,
Wraps, Tailored Suits. Dressy Suits, Coats, Sport Clothes,
Blouses, Millinery, Skirts, Sweaters, Petticoats, Silks,
Dress Goods, Children's Coats and Dresses, and Personal t
Furnishings and Accessories, will be impressively dis-
played so that you may gain a full knowledge of what are
to be the correct fashions for the approaching Spring
Season in Women's and Children's Wear,
J. B. CAYWOOD.
MISS MABEL ROBBINS,
GEO. W. JUDY,
JOHN H. DOTY,
C. T. MASTERSON,
W. O. BUTLER,
JOHN W. KING.
J. W. HART.
i FOR ASSESSOR
Df Paris, with Jno. J Reunion, of North
Mickiletown, as deputy.
Are you a bad back victim?
Suffer twinges ; headaches,
Go to bed tired get up tired?
GEO. D. SPEAKES,
of Paris. wKh Le R. Craven, of Little , kidneys
,' upon reliable authority that, since the ' nrovement. She returned to her du
home gardening movement began (ties at Cincinnati, Monday.
throughout the country as a means of , T, annual Senior and Junior r(?.
J meeting the increased cost of food, the ception of the M. C. was held Friday
Department of Agriculture has beer ( evening from 8 to 11. It was one of
swampted with hundreds of thousands 'the events that has been looked for-
of requests lor free seed. Officials of ward to for for a number of weeks.
Department have informed us that, The young ladies, as well as many of
there will bo no further free distribu the visiting ladies, were handsomely
tlon of free seed to the general pub-!Swned for tne occasion Flowers
j. jwere in greater profusion than in any!
of the Dast receptions. The floral dec !
'orations were elaborate, and every
thing as far as possible was carried
'out emblematical of St. Patrick's Day,
as were also the souvenirs. Hie re
ceiving line, which was long, was sta
tioned in the drawing room, with Dr
C. C. Fisher at its head. The orches-
dizzy i tra was stationed iu the rear of the 1 1
iront nan, anu sweet iuusiu vm uk
pensed during the entire evening
A clean face and clean hands make
the hours brighter.
That So Many Paris People Fail
! Recognize Kidney Weakness.
no seehowyouar-G jixedforcoal!
uo to oeu urea get up ureu ; i""-" " " ;-- -----
It's surprising how few suspect the There were more than tour hundred
dnevs j invitations out, most ot which were ra j
Rock, at Dojmty.
Tf'o ciiT-rric?nir lirrv fou- Vnn wlinf SPOnueQ tO. All OL
fjQ towns were represented, the floor
Kidney trouble needs kidney trea-isPace was crowueu, anu guebta iuovu
FOR POLICE JUDGE
CLAUDE R REDMON,
J. W. BROWN.
P. A. THOMPSON
HARRY L. MITCHELL
1 Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kid
1 Have convinced Paris people of their
Here's a Paris case; Paris testi
from room to room with difficulty.
Merriment was continuous from the
time the first guest arrived until the
last departed. The inclement weather
did not deter the crowd. The dining
room was a thing of beauty, and the
decorations were artistically arranged.
Painting the Roadsides.
Kidnev sufferers hereabouts shouli Cut flowers and (potted plants were in
rea(j jt evidence everywnere. ine reiresu
Mrs. Chas. McCord. S. Pleasant St.. ments consisted of individual cakes
Paris, says: "I have ued Doan's Kid-!rolded lce lilies and mints. It to?
nv Piii n H?ffamr,t ncinn ptone of the most pleasant receptions
tine them from Oberdorfer's Drug ever ueld L1 !-he col.le6e
StrkY-o nnrl I liavo fminH fhom i erklon ailU. .HTS,
did medicine. Whenever my kidneys are to be congratulated for the man
have bo?n irregular in action or when , ner conducting it.
my uacK nas been weak ana lame, l
March annov vou an v.
Fisher, wlio was in charge,
have always found that a box or so of
Doan's Kidney Pills proves sufficient
irt rtiir-n tA nP tVli nttnnl-
About this time of year many mer-j Price 50 centSf at aU 'aeBLleT8m Don'fc
fthante used to be organizing cam-.simply ask for a kidney remedy get
jmigns for decorating (?) the road-'Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
sides for many miles around with their I Mrs. McCord had. Foster-Milbum
adTertising. As soon as the spring i Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (adv)
mud had dried out, they had their
texns and men out erecting and paint
ing signboards along the country highways.
Very much less of this sort of
"work will be done the coming spring
Mrs. Quincy Burgess was a visitor
in Lexington, Thursday.
Hutchison now lias three stores,
paving all doing a thriving business.
Mr. M. R. Jacoby, who has been
seriouslv ill, is somewhat better.
AMERICAN AIR FLEET BEGUN I Miss". Emma Jacoby and Mrs. Clyd
jRice are the guests of friends at Lex
Good intentions are the
stones on which many a man slips up
Thf Knvv is nnw rpopivinc Virli f- inptnn
rfT "ml VYT I r-ftH4 inc if ItArt nl-Anvin1 nlin I . ..
a H.ca xl xiao slujcu anu- the construction of a monster Zep,pe- Mrs. Herbert Carnck ana son,
setter. The merchants found out that Un.iype dirigible to be built at a cost Forest, have returned from a visit to
it did not have advertising value, and aT)T)rovimatine- half a million dnlHr .friends at Winchester,
they were spending their good money ?fP " fTm -nn L , a A Mr. Ennis Jordan purchased from
for nothing , It is to be fully oOO leet long and equal !Mr Wright Mondayt at Lexington, a
One objection to this outdoor adver-t0 any f the monsters now in service , five-year-old Shetland pony,
tiring fMt it XnTtoZS in the EuroPean war zone. Orders' Mr. victor Snell will close out his
fi. S V detsced have also been iven for 200 smaller stock f ds here on Saturday.
nd shabby. Even a neatly painted ornniin ,.occoic iMin. io MnH, oi nt. mihifo. auction.
4m if nvnn.n,l 4n o ; A J..nl ubu . vjv,. invuuiub uij;iuuv,d, - , r
ZaY WBru - 1UIV "uu uuaw triplanes and smaller dirigibles, most
oula; look ancient in. a single season, i , . v. , T i. , A
7,7.1 . . .. lof which are to be completed at an
It Twould convey an appearance of dm-1 . , . , . . , ,,
rinr tht ,,, Toff Lni oaiJ.1 date as a beginning to the aer-
Sng for the store that erected it Boys 0nautic .flf which is to be placed on M Lf Miiiersburg, spent the week-end
ould use it as a target and jokers !a par th otller world powers in thlsjwith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
-would take paint and alter over words lamiui, at uieir nvmv uwi oua wuuu.
4t, v,r - I M-rs- M. E. Carpenter ana sister,
nrJt ; . u. ,. 4 ,, RANK FOOLISHNESS.
Tm most serious objection to these
signs .-was the public animosity thac'j You occasionally see it stated that
they created In many States legisla- j colds do not.-result from cold weather.
tioo has been enacted against them. This is rank foolishness. Were it
3n others various associations have!kue colds would be as prevalent in
taken the matter up, and have made it midsummer as in midwinter. The
a buesiness to wreck roadside signs, t micr,obe that causes colds flourishes
,A !,, !,,,,. .o, ,.,:!.., i.-.;m damp, cold weather. To get rid
confident that they were within thei.- of a teke Ghamberlain's Cough
X-Ci.l ngllUs. M?PTTiP(lv Tf 15 pffppliml nnrl ic iicrViiv,liic nmo in rinvtnn C nftor
---.v.. J. ..w -w .Vww. ..v ,. .1., i.i, 1XW.UU . lJ K.V.., W, -.
Mrs. Theo. Berkley and daughter,
Lillian, have returneu to their home
after a visit to friends at Lexington.
Mr. Byron Smith, a student at M,
Miss Anna Bagg, have recovered from
a recent illness. The trained nurse
who has been attending them, has
Mrs. Robert Bell is now teaching
the Dudley school, Miss Carolyn Wat-
kins, the regular teacher, having re
signed and returned to her home at
Mr. Willis Jacoby has returned to
a ton. of the coal we're sell
ing arcl snrid Winter on his
way. Fur ward, March!
Gt the dependable ''Hot
W. C. D0DS0N
An Elaborate Program of Fashion Entertainment
Has Been Completely Arranged for Your
Particular Style Guidance.
Select Musical Concerts Tuesday Morning and Afternoon
Do you fully realize the importance of this Spring
Opening Event and what it means to you? Your attend
ance will not only proclaim you as one of the style lead
ers, but it will give you the opportunity to see the newest
of the favored fashions in what will long be remembered
as the most remarkable Style Performance ever attempt
ed. In no other way could you possibly gain such a com
plete knowledge of what will be the most fashionable
things to wear.
We again invite you to attend our wonderful opening.
All are welcome.
Elaborate Floral Decorations.
Wolf, Wile & Co.
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VULCAN 3Er PLOWS
I !ie Vulcan Plow Co., Ewrme, w. j ;
V EromSatf-srri- , JTTf XWHv Tr " AM,
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V .j ---rssrfaVtXes?00-?!
You Don't Have to
If You Use a
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to"- 5 v
rc-1r?:irsLi; :ii-'j'-ri-r--sfs-tsi-. Sa
Well Finished, Strong Durable, Light Draft.
Rib Strengthened Mold, Full Chilled Shinpiece, Interlocked
Point, Land and Standard. Point has Face Ch-13, Wide Edge
Chill, Long Snoot Chill, Patented Extension and is the
STRONGEST and MOST DURABLE Chilled Poinfcmade.
Whw buying a Plow, consider Quality First, Price Second
FOR SALE BY
1HG Simple iaCL IS tnaL liie peODlf rfrnmmpndPfl hv npnnlp -wVin invninlo5cant vicit in hicj TinrpntQ Mr nnfl
r J ., . . Mrs. George Jacoby, at their home on.
ieCaced by advertising. When they ' cuired, and know its real value. 01-J the Paris pike.
co mtside of the towns, they like to i tamable everywhere.
see country scenes and open air life,
aad -want to forget ajwut business.
Tlie ginbo&rd is a reminder of com
mercialism. If erected on a man's
jrface of basiness, it would not be ob
jected to, if neatly done. Placed on
When all run down you
mothing more on tick.
Candv is iroinsr unK but the manufac
turers can get around the high price1
1 rrtnlrinrr o11 en 1. Vrk.1..
v. iuuiuf, mi-viaj ouwacis xxaxuui.
J A portable railroad has been invent-
can. cet ed for temporary use, mads of inter
locking sections which, can be laid
either in straight lines or curves.
W 7 'fit
)1a Ma mm
Cop. Fourth and Pleasant Si
This is the day that reminds lihe
eagle' bird of when it used to scream.
A beautiful line of Garlands on dis
play. Come In and look them over.
Paris Gas & Electric Co.
-. (Incorporated) -
Our Vulcanizing Department
is equipped with steam vul
canizer and run hy an expert.
m Heated Garage
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
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