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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7," 1922
1 THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTDCK1
TUCKER, (L. H.) OF PARIS FOOT BALL TEAM
PULLING POLITICAL BONES
DON'T GIVE YOUR FRIEND "A
The public man that makes a
The giving away of a drink of "break" has a hard time to outlive
liouor is in violation of the 1920 it and is apt to be often reminded
prohibition law, the Court of Ap- of the blunder by a perverse public,
peals held in reversing the decision' Not only this butt often it has hap
of the Shelby Circuit Court in the pened that a candidate for office
case of the Commonwealth vs. Tom owed his defeat to an unfortunate
"Wells. sliP of ye tongue.
Wells was indicted on a charge When a Kentucky .Congressman
of giving one-fourth of a pint of referred to a former Russian prov
liquor to Lason Roberts in Shelby jince now independent-'as "Lythoon
county last January. The trial , ia," he gave utterance to something
court is said to have sustained the thatJ will be remembered and re
demurrer to the indictment on tne . called long after his office acts are
ground that the indictment did not : forgotten.
charge a public offense or in other! Still fresh in the minds of the
words that it was not unlawful for . public is the blunder of a Kentucky
a person to give away intoxicating ! Senator who when presented by ad-
The opinion, which
miring women at a speaking ap
pointment with a bunch of chrys-
down by Judge Charles Moorman;1 anthemums, unfortunately referred
states that the seventh amend- !"to the posies as "beautiful roses"
ment to the Kentucky Constitution, and dilated on their "fragrance."
which prohibits the manufacture, Although it happened tiwenty
sale or transport of intoxicating , years ago the "break" of a well
liquor, does not restrict the power known State politician and stump
of the Legislature in dealing with speaker is not forgotten. In an
the subject of- intoxicating liquor, oratorial flight he got his Hamlet
but leaves to the legislature "a rea- twisted and inadvertently substi
sonable discretion in the selection 'tuted "Broncho" for "Banquo" in
of the method and means of prohib-' the celebrated lines of the play.
ltmg the use ot intoxicating liquors p0r a long time the sobriquet
for beverage purposes." "Broncho" clung to him.
A Shelby county candidate once
brought down the crowded court
house when in making a sarcastic
rflfnronofl r an rrTrTi o "ha "null-
Tnrhictrirms "mpn nnrl wnmpn i
wanted to retail the genuine at-Td" a much-used phrase by saying
kins Products in city territories. ! now "let the 'galded' jade 'winch.'"
Exceptional opportunity to tie up J o
with oldest and largest company of j RHEUMATISM
its kind. Our hustlers average in- 77""-
mmp is Si .10 an hour. Are vou do-' Do you know that rheumatism
ing as well? If not, write to-day cured s0 tnat 70U can be
for free samples and particulars.
THE J. R. WATKINS CO.,
Dept. 82, Memphis, Tenn.
MEMORIAL STATUE TO PRESI
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your own good self again?
It has been done not only once,
but in almost every case by nature's
i great Remedy, Radio-Active Mlwo
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Moderate Rates. Write for litera-
MIWOGCO MINERAL SPRINGS,
(10-tf) Milan, Ind.
posed $10,000 memorial statue to J o
be erected to Mie memory of the TOBACCO POOL OPPONENTS CIR
late President Emeritus James K. f CULATE UNTRUTHS
Patterson of the University of(
Kentucky, has been raised by the It is being circulated by the en
alumni of Denver, Colo., according emies of the tobacco pool that the
to a letter received at the Universi-' officers of the Association are paid
ty from Chas. R. Brock, of Denver, enormous salaries, and tire expenses
who is chairman of the Patterson will eat up the larger part of the
memorial fund committee. No gen- growers' money. All this is being
eral appeal has yet been made to. told to dissatusty the individual
the alumni for contributions. poolers. It has been -proven that
this present plan- of th Association
is far the cheapest to market to
bacco both for the seller and buyer
than any plan in the history of the
trade. Remember, this plan has
eliminated the spectators, middle
men and hordes of hangers-on in the
trade. There is now only" one buy
er and one seller.
Over $5,000 in Prizes
FAT AND FElfNG CATTLE
SH8W AND SALE
Bourbon Stock Yards
November 23 and 24, 1922
30 carloads of choice Kentucky
and Tennessee fat steers.
25 carloads of Prime Baby Beeves
fed by the Boys' and Girls' Clubs
will compete in the Junior Agri
cultural Club Exhibit.
Liberal prizes will bring many
carloads of fancy feeders.
25 Registered Hereford, Short
horn and Angus bulls will be of
fered from Kentucky's leading
BOURBON STOCK YARDS CO.
Educational and Interesting.
Plant This Fall
Fruit and Shade Trees
In fact, everything . for Orchard,
Lawn and Garden. Our illustrated
catalog this year is the most com
plete nursery hook erer issued In
the South. It is free for the asklnff.
He F. Hilleraeyer & Sens
BLUE GIASS HWM1IES, '
COMMENDS PAPERS FOE BIBLI
Commendation of the newspapers
of the country has been voiced in a
resolution adopted by the Federa
tion of Churches of Greater Cincin
nati. More than 1,200 newspapers in
this country, including many of the
dailies, have shown a remarkable
spirit of co-operation in the publi
cation of the selected portions of
the Bible, generally at the head of
Mrs. Drusie Bedford Spears, of
Iowa, is a guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Woodford, Sr.
Miss Iva Roberts has returned
from d visit to her parents, in Flem-
Hugh Brent, little son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Brent.-is confined to
his home with an attack of diphthe
ria. Prof. Ritchie, superintendent
of the Corbin Public Schools, was a
business visitor in Paris Friday and
' Miss Elizabeth Johnson, .of
.Hamilton College, was a guest of
Miss Mary Ellis from Saturday to
Miss Minerva Stockton has re
turned to her home in Maysville af
ter a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W.
Davis, Jr., in this city.
Mrs. Nathan Bayless, Sr., is a
patient at the Good Samaritan Hos
pital, in Lexington, where she was
taken Friday for treatment.
Mrs. Logan Bryan has return
ed to her home in North Middle
town, after a visit to her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Coons, in George
town. L. A. Soper, who has been very
ill at his home on Fifteenth
street, from blood poisoning, is im
pioving, and is thought to be out of
Mrs. Spears Moore has return
ed from a visit to her sister, Mrs.
J. W. Wise, in Cincinnati, who is
gradually improving from her re
cent serious illness.
Mrs. E. T. Oldham has return
ed to her home in Stamping Ground,
Scott county, after a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. R. Parrent, at their
home on Houston avenue.
A. M. Houston, who has been a
patient at the Massie Memorial
Hospital, for some" time, where he
underwent a serious operation, has
returned to his home in this city.
Mrs. Lizzie Clay, Mrs. Thomp
son Tarr, Miss Birdie Clay Webb,
and John M. Clay were recent
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Kimbrough, near Cynthiana.
Prof. E. T. Proctor, formerly
principal of the Paris High School,
was a guest of friends in this city
several days the past week, return
ing Sunday to his home in Paducah.
Rev. O. B. Crockett, pastor
of the Paris Methodist church, was
in Louisville several days the past
week, in the interest of the educa
tional work of the Methodist
Reynolds Letfcon and Jesse R.
Letton, of Paris, attended the ban
quet given at the Lafayette Hotel,
in Lexington, Friday night by the
Kentucky Shorthorn Breeders' As
sociation. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. McCurdy
entertained very informally with
rook at their home on Pleasant
street as a courtesy to their guest.
Miss Lucille Franks, of Talladega,
Mrs. Katherine Reading has
returned to the home of her sister,
Mrs. Newton Mitchell, on Duncan
avenue, after a month's visit with
friends and relatives in West
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ardery,
Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ardery,
Jr.. attended the football game at
Lexington Saturday afternoon be
tween University of Kentucky and
Miss Margaret Hill, who spent
the week-end with her mother,
Mrs. Daisy Margolen, returned yes
terday morning to her school duties
at the Kentucky College for Wo
men, at Danville.
W. H. Harris, formerly of
Paris, now freight agent for the L.
& N. at Lexington, is in Milan, In
diana, on a visit and will spend
several days on a fishing and hunt
ing trip before returning.
At the election of sponsors for
the cadet battalion of the Univer
sity of Kentucky, held in Lexing
ton, Saturday, Miss Margaret Mary
Lavin, of Paris, was chosen as spon-
soi for tine Second Platoon, Com
Miss Alma Louise Goldstein,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Goldstein, of Paris, who is attend
ing the Cincinnati Conservatory of
Music, was one of the soloists re
cently at a radio concert given in
the Crosley Radio Studio, Cincin
Mrs. C. E. Wilson, who has
REV. B. M. BRIDGES
GIVES FACTS IN
It is doubtful if there has ever
been a madicine endorsed by so
many ministers of the Gospel as
has Tanlac. Indeed, there is scarce
ly a faith, creed or denomination in
all the land in which one, or more,
of the clergymen has not publicly
expressed their indebtedness to the
Premier Preparation for the bene
fits they have derived from its use.
One of the latest to speak out in
this connection is Rev. B. M.
Bridges, a widely known and be
loved Baptist preacher, ' residing at
Mooresboro, N. C, whose state
"Tanlac has given me a good ap
petite, toned up my system and re
newed my strength in such a grati
fying way that I am glad to recom
mend it to anyone who is in a run
down condition. For ten years past
I have had such a severe case of
indigestion thati I could not find
anything to eat that agreed with
me. Finally I became very nervous
and could get but very little sleep
"It seems that I took nearly ev
erything trying to get myself right.
I can say from experience that
Tanlac is a splendid medicine and
tonic, for it built me up wonder
fully." Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.
Shoes and Dry Goods
(For the Whole Family)
621 Main St.
E. T. Phone 1234
JOINT DEBATES PAST
Political joint debates no longer
feature campaigns as they formely
did and nowadays it is a rarity for
opposing party candidates to meet
on the stump for a joint discussion
of the issues. Occasionally now
one candidate may challenge his
opponent for a joint debate but
seems understood beforehand that
they will not get together.
The joint debate becomes deca
dent with the extension and devel
opment of the rival party organiza
tions along more practical lines.
Now an objection urged against the
joint debate by one side is that it
would draw a crowd for the other.
Up to 1895, even the candidates for
Governor were accustomed to meet
in joint debate, and in that year P.
Wat Hardin, Democrat, and Wm. O.
Bradley. Republican, faced each
oOher in memorable events at Lou
isville and Eminence.
Not only wasit- customary for
rival party candidates to speak
from the. same platform, but often
they traveled together to fill cam
paign appointments. James B. Mc
Cieary, Democrat, and John Har
lan, Republican, traveled over the
State together as rival candidates
for Governor, stopping at the same
hotel and sleeping in the same
Governor McCreary was very fond
of telling of an incident that hap
pened during that campaign. He
said that he and his opponent had
just retired when Mr. Harlan re
marked: "The next Governor of
Kentucky is in this bed," when the
bed broke down and Mr. Harlan
rolled out on the floor.
"The next Governor is still in
this bed," was the timely rejoin
der of Mr. McCreary, as related by
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IF NEWSPAPERS 'WERE WRIT
TEN LIKE MOVIES
Judge says if newspapers were
been quite ill at the home of Mr. written like movies are shown we'd
and Mrs. Charles N. Fithian, on
Pleasant street, is improving. Mrs.
Wilson lately moved to Paris, where
her husband is the new manager of
Metropolitan Life Insurance
their editorial columns, a federation
"No greater service can be ren- the
dered by the press in the making of Co.'s office.
good citizenship than by mculcat- The annual banquet of Wo
ing a practical application of the ( men's Pan-Hellenic Association of
tanTiin nf thA Master as found in! the University pf Kentucky was
the sermon on he mount," the res
USERS OF ADDING MACHINES
given Friday evening in the ball
room of the Lafayette Hotel, in
Lexington. Miss Louise Connell, of
Paris, members of the Kappa Delta
fraternity, was the toastmaster,
prsiding with grace and ability.
She welcomed the guests and intro
duced the speakers. An interest-
For your convenience we are now
carrying a stock of the best adding
machine rolls and can supply J0! ing ceremony was the awarding of
.. J . 4-t-rmn rpVila
Wltn one or a uozeu ui. nc. - the silver
is a fine linen Dona paper ana aoso
THE BOURBON NEWS,
Alpha tJhap'ter was presented by
i'Miss Connell with the basketball
'cup, which is now theirs to keep,
What the world needs to-day is rT
more faith in human- nature, and the most dellgtnfui and brilliant
lew in he jpower of money.
events of the autumn, about"three
hundred guests being in attend-
We suppose that a, prohibition ance.
oftcer could be called a dry cleaner: (Otfcsr Personals mm Pat? i)
(Reported by Benny Blanks.)
(Written by Samuel Simple.)
(Headlines by Harold Halfwit.)
(Personal direction of Tom Tip
ler, Managing Editor.)
(Linotype work by Steel Stu
pid.) (Proof read by Virgil Vacuum.)
(Make up by Danny Dumbbell.)
(Stereotyping by Sammy Sapp.)
(Press work by Percy Persim
mon.) i (Art work by Larry Languid.,)
(Newsprint by Chargem Paper
(Ink by Gray Gravel Co.)
(Distributed by Union News Co.)
Approved by Bummer Editorial
Beautiful Tribute to Mothers.
A mother was given to man to rec
oncile him to the loss of-immortality,
for it is in her lova that ws-find $
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