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THE BOURBON NEWS, PAIftS, KENTUCKY
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1$2
HERE ARE THE
THAT MAY MEAN
ANY LUMP, espe
cially in the breast
Any irregular bleed
ing or discharge
ANY SORE that does
not heal particularly
about the tongue,
mouth or lips
with loss of weight
TO A HOSPITAL, OR A REPUTABLE
PHYSICIAN AND INSIST UPON A
DON'T wait to see if
the condition will
go away of itself
DON'T use "Patent
Medicines' ' '
DON'T allow advertising
' ' Cancer Specialists ' '
and "Quack Doctors"
to treat you
DON'T be guided by
anybody except a thor
oughly competent physician
DON'T BE ASHAMED TO TALK ABOUT
THE RIGHT WAY IS THE ONLY SAFE WAY
INVEST IN YOUE LOCAL UTILITIES
Robert W. Babson, noted econom
ist, says: "Invest at home. Study
fundamental conditions. Put char
acter before collateral and have
faith in your own community. The
field always looks greener some
other place than at home, but if
you will study the men who have
made themselves wealthy, you will
find that the greater number of
them have all been investors at
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AGED ACCOJJNT BOOK
An old account book of . Slate
Creek furnace was discovered in the
.Circuit Clerk's office a few days ago,
where it had been for more than a
hundred years as an exhibit in a
suit between Col. Thomas Dye Ow-
mgs ana Kobert Wickliffe. The
keeper of this book was an artist in
penmanship. The writing was done
with a quill pen on unlined pages,
every line being perfectly straight
and as eligible as print. This was
back in the good old days when
meal was 50 cents a bushel, beef 3
cents a pound, axes $4 apiece and
whisky 124 cents a pint. The
book is filled with accounts against
people, all of whom are gone and
the names of but few are remem
MICE AND BABBITS START
DAMAGING WORK ON TBEES
This is the time of the year when
farmers and orchard owners must
be on guard to keep their fruit
trees from being girdled and ruined
by rabbits and mice, according to
W. W. Magill, orcharding special
ist of the College of Agriculture.
These rodents often damage trees
before owners know it and in some
cases do more harm than insects.
Fruit trees in some parts of the
State already have been almost
completely ruined by rabbits and
mice. Cleaning the trash and rub
bish away from the trees and .then
placing tobacco stems, newspapers
or woven wire netting around
them is the best way to stop the
damage caused by these rodents.
"Cleaning the trash and rubbish
away from around trees with a hoe
or mattock is a big step in stopping
the damage .done to trees by mice
since these pests make their road
ways under this trash. Woven wire
netting costs more than corn or to
bacco stalks, but it is cheaper in
the long run since it can be used
for seven or eight years while the
corn or tobacco stalks must be re
placed each year. A piece of woven
wire 18 inches high and from 18 to
24 inches long, when bent around
the tree and fastened at the ends,
will stand out far enough to shield
the tree and give enough room for
the tree' to make several years'
growth. The mesh of the netting
should not be longer than one inch.
Trees can be saved by the use of the
wire netting for a cost of about
four cents each. In case a deep
snow falls, trees may be shielded
by lifting the cylinder of wire and
packing the snow at the base of the
tree. This is done to save the tree
from the mice which do "their work
under the crust and the rabbits
which work .on top of the snow.
"If paper, corn or tobacco stalks
are used, they should be tied around
the trunk of the tree, the stalks be
ing stood on end. These must be
removed in the spring, as they fur
nish a good hiding place for in
BLUEGEASS SEEDS BEAT ARABS
Of interest to Kentucky was the
recent horse endurance contest
conducted under the auspices of the
army remount service. After the
300-mile ride the honors went to
the thoroughbred over the Mor
gans, Arabs and other equine
strains that competed in the endur
ance contest that was held in Ver
mont under the supervision of
United States army officers.
Since the superiority of the
thoroughbred horse as an army
mount has been established, it is
expected to prove a stimulus to the
Kentucky breeding interests and
also settles a long disputed point
that has been the subject of much
The late General John B. Castle
man. Louisville, was a great believ
er in the endurance powers of the
American saddle horse. Some years
ago when Homer Davenport, cele
brated cartoonist, brought a string
of fine Arabs to Kentucky, for show
purposes, General Castleman pro
posed an endurance contest limited
to three types and the thorough
bred in order to settle the mooted
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enter the contest his famous saddle
mare, Emily, and he stipulated that
the animal should be ridden by
Lieut. "Wild Bill" Reed, then a
cavalry officer and expert horse
man. After everything was arrang
ed for the contest for some reason it
The officer selected by General
Castleman to have the mount on
his great mare in the endurance
contest was the late Lieut. Colonel
William O. Reed.
"Forget and Forgive."
A proverb which is quoted by
Shakespeare in "King Lear," and
which sums up one of the greatest
and most difficult lessons of Chris
tianity. As W. E. Norris very clev
erly says: "We may forgive and we
may forget, but we can neter forget
that we have forgiven."
Cash Fare. 60c: Ticket Fare. 54e.
Commutation 52 trip monthly book,
$12.00. Tickets, single trip, or in
Quantities, date unlimited, sold be
tween all points at reduced rates.
KENTUCKY TRACTION & TER
Move Child's Bowels with
"California Fig Syrup"
Btgan Business Jan. 31916
Fr&mk P. Kiser, Praddeat
I. L. Wathers, Vice President
W. IT. 'Mitchell, Cashier
Jbo. W. Yerkts, Am't Cashier
Oaa Peed, Jr., Bookkeeper...
Even a sick child loves the
"fruity" taste of "California Fig
Syrup." If the little tongue is
coated, or if your child is listless,
cross, feverish, full of cold, or has
colic, a teaspoonful will never fail to
open the bowels. In a few hours
you can see for yourself how thor
oughly it works all the constipation
poison, sour bile and waste from the
tender, little bowels and gives you a
well, playful child again.
Millions of mothers keep "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup" ha'hdy. They
know a teaspoonful to-day saves a
sick child to-morrow. Ask your
druggist for genuine "California
Fig Syrup" which has directions for
babies and children of all ages
printed on bottle. Mother! You
must say "California" or you may
gat an imitation fig syrup.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME
Now is the best time to select
Christmas and greeting cards while
all the lines are complete. "We have
the finest line of samples to be had'
and will be glad to show them to
you. Come in now.
THE BOURBON NEWS JOB DEPARTMENT.
Lift Off with Fingers
It might frighten folks a bit, but
not make them better, if conscience
used a megaphone.
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young and old
It "melts in your
mouth" and the gum in the
center remains to aid digestion,
brighten teeth and soothe mouth
There are the other
friends to choose, from too:
Doesn't murt a bit! Drop a lit
tle "Freezone" on an aching corn,
instantly that corn stops hurting',
then shortly you lift it right off
with fingers. Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle
of "Freezone" for a few cents, suffi
cient to remove every hard corn, soft
corn, or corn between the toes, and
the calluses, without soreness or ir
DOG GOOD C0MEBACKER
The recent State fox "hunters
meet and the field trials accentu
ated the breeding of foxhounds,
and the dogs are represented in the
chase all over the country.
The late Col. Jack Chinn was a
noted breeder of foxhounds and the
dogs from his kennels were eagerly
sought. Colonel Chinn was wont to
relate an experience in which one
of his dogs figured. He sold one of
his prize foxhounds to a man in
Texas and shipped the dog to him,
but not long afterward he learned
that the dog ha'd disappeared,
probably stolen. Colonel Chinn
thought no more of the matter un
til several months later when one
morning the missing dog turned up
lean and used-up from the long
journey from Texas, which Colonel
Chinn .insisted the dog made to get
back to the "Old Kentucky Home."
Colonel Chinn declared that he
immediately notified the Texas
man of the dog's return and sent
thim a check for the amount he had
paid for the animal, at the same
time telling him that he would not
think of parting again with the
dog that had footed it from Texas
to Kentucky to return home.
One of the biggest bores is- the
one who is always wanting to apol
ogize for something.
How does it happen, that in -a
country of one hundred million peo
ple, honest .and jsincer,e men never
get elected to office, l
Expert and Polite Serrice
EOtf AND COLD BATHS
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IS EQUIPPED TO DO THE RIGHT KIND
OF DRY CLEANING
THE LOAN THAT NEVER COMES DUE
UNLESS AND UNTIL THE BORROWER WISHES TO PAY IT
$66.46 per year on each $1,000 of loan pays both principal and Interest
Ask Judge George Batterton
or Peoples Deposit Bank &
Trust Co., Paris, or North
Middletown Deposit Bank,
Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank
Security Trust Bldg.
F. O. B. Detroit
Behind the Wheel
Driving the Lincoln brings a new sense of
complete mastery of time and roads. Rid'
, ing under all conditions. and at any speed,
' is alTmooth, even flight.
300 operations accurate to one quarter
thousandth of an inch; 1200 operations
accurate to one half thousandth of an inch;
5000 operations accurate to one thousandth
of an inch; mabe the Lincoln the most
accurately built car in the world
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