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1 Tsks " THE BOORBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 16 jt912. Curtis Henry & Co., Groceries, Drygoods, Fresh and Cured Meats, Vegetables, Fruits, Etc. If it comes from Henry's it's all right, because they handle the best and freshest the markets afford. Their store is clean, free from flies, and evrything is handled in a san itary way. When you deal with them you get polite attention and prompt delivery, no extra charge for either. Call either 'phone 442, and they will- be glad to serve you. , ' -'"A CURTIS HENRY COi Cor. 1 4-th and IVflain 9 J L. JmM-wmfim iTirnnfe-BKMTJiiiliil BBEffV'THPMSa? k 1 m $h& es&: &&sh Department Store JEi, Cor. 7th and Main vsmwm. 3 i'JJjf lliL SPECIAL Price This Week Extra Hi ROYALi CORSET All Sezes All Lengths 9C Call in and Examine Them. WOl ' flQH'WSmiz I FREftK FISH PUIS UP A FIGHT New Jersey Fisherman Lands Queer Specimen Five Feet Long After Hard Fight. TWO ROWS OF TEETH The Latest Thing iir Stoves For a iridnisht supper, as for any other meal at any other time, the very latest thing in stoves the best. v-.i . . .. . j- . mat scove-arasis can uu -is a V It Burns Oil No Ashes It Concen trates Heat No Waste It is Handy " )--NoDirt It'is Ready No Delay Hey Pereetion: Oil Cook-stove Tv .rnh-Btes the heat when vou want it and where you want it. It is as auick as gas, steadier and handier than coal, cheaper than electricity. . iTheNew Perfection Stove has Jong, enameled, tnrquoise-blue chimney. It is handsomely finuhed ia nickel, with cabinet top, drop shelves, towel racks, etc Made with 1 , 2 or 3 burners. AH dealers carry the New Pfecton Stove. T s- .1. D L...'il...uwntn Cnrit-Koor aba civea to anvoae sendma 5 casts to cover mailing co. STANDARD OIL COMPANY J tl-m is KaatUClCTI Cticto,l4LwalAtkatCBinlgWAl4JJc il I ' n I The Monster That Is a Cross Between Alligator and "Jersey Devil" Will ' Be Sent to Smithsonian Institution to Be Identified. Philadelphia. Attacked by a myste rious creature, variously described as a "monstrous amphibious animal" and a "furious freak fish," Daniel Miller, a shad fisherman, was rescued from harm by his companion, Harry Taylor, in the Delaware river off Gloucester, N. J. For five minutes after the creature had been hauled into their boat it gave battle. Until Miller became ex hausted he fought the attacks with his fists. Taylor, who was operating the" boat, was afraid to leave his position while the battle waged, for fear the boat would capsize. Miller, who is one of the oldest fish ermen in Gloucester, accompanied by Taylor, set out with nets for shad early this morning. Shortly before noon, when they were preparing to re turn home with their supply of fish, they pulled in the net. As they brought it to the surface the weight became v noticeably heavy. There was a constant jerking at the ropes. At last they were unable to pull the net any higher and lashed it to the side of the boata. When Miller opened the net the creature sprang from the water at him. The force sent Miller sprawling into the middle of the boat. The creature, which had two rows of long teeth, snapped nt him viciously. When the fishermen finally landed their "catch" on land, hundreds of per sons flocked to see the creature. It was taken to Miller's boathouse. Fish ermen who have seen and caught many kinds of fish shook their heads TTIKT BROS. PARIS, KENTUCKY. KWrWIMiM flKWH W 'I i IM M " UHir rH! Frf& fjffV OTf n &m w The Creature Sprang From the Water. when asked what they thought the thing was. The creature measures 5 feet 4 inches from the head to the end of the tail. The tail alone measures 3 feet. The head resembles the head of a large "snapper" and is not unlike that of an alligator. It has twenty teeth, some short and ragged, while those in the front are shaped like a dog's, long and pointed. On its broad dgray back are scales from one to two inches in length, which overlap one another. The crea ture has four feet, like those of an al ligator. . When standing it would be about a foot from the ground. The tail, shaped like a huge cone, resem bles the tail of an alligator. A number of the oldest fishermen believed at first that the creature was a lizard more than two centuries old, while others declared that the thing answers to the description of the "Jer sey devil,' which several years ago gave the entire eastern states a fright. The thing will be kept by Mr. Miller at his bath house and placed on exhi bition for a few days. In the mean time the scientific authorities at Washington have been asked to exam ine the creature and pass judgment as to what it may be. Blamed a Good Worker. N "I blamed my heart for severe dis tress in my lefc side for two years," writes W. Evans. Danville, Va.,- "but now I know it was indigeston as Dr. King's New Life Pills completely cur ed me." Best for stomach, liver ai.i kidney troubles, constiDation, headache or debility. 25c. at Oberdorfer's. The Writer Who Does Most. That writer does the most who gives his reader the most knowledge and takes from him the least time. C. C. Colton; "I was cured of diarrhoea by one dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy." writes M. E. Gebhardt, Oriole, Pa. For sale by all dealers. KENTUCKY TRACTION AND TERMINAL CO. "The Blue Grass Route." Hourly- High Speed Through Service. Paris Lexington Frankfort Division. Lexington after the 8:15 p. m. only Cars leave Paris for Lexington, Ver sailles and Frankfort eery hour on the hour from 6 a. m. until 8 p. m.. and at 10 p. m., the last car going only as far as. Versailles Cars leave Lexington for Versailles. Frankfort and Paris, every hour from 6 a. m. until 7 p. m, and at 9 andll d. rn., the last car going only as far as Versailles. Cars leave Versailles 'for and Paris every 15 minutes hour from 6:15 a. m. until and at 11 :15 p. m.. last car going as lar as Lexngton. Cars leave Versailles for Frankfort every 45 minutes after the hour from 6:45 a. ro. until 7:45 p. m., and at 9:45 p. m. Cars leave Frankfort for Versailles, Lexington and Paris every thirty min utes after the hour from 6 :30 a. m. until 7:30 p. m.. and 10:30 p . m.. the last car going only as far as Lexing ton. GEORGETOWN- LEXINGTON -NICHOLASVILLE Division. Cars leuve Georgetown for Lexing ton and Nicholasville every forty-five minutes after the honr from-5:45 a. m. until 6:45 p. m., and at 8:05 and 10:05 p. m. Cars'leave Lexington for Nicholas ville every thirty minutes after the hour from 6:30 a. m. until '7:30 kp. m., and at 9 and 11 p. m. Cars leave Nicholasville tor Lexing ton every fifteen minutes"af ter the hour from 6:15 a. m. until 8:15 p.m. and at 10 :15 p.frn. Cars leave Lexington for George town every hour on the hour from 6 a. m. until 7 p. m., and at 9 and 11 p. m. No 6 "a. m. cars on Sunday . 17-tf How Much Have You Saved In the Last f ; Ten Years? .- . At 3 Per Cent. r v In Ten Years a Deposit With This Bank of $1,00 a month amounts to $1 38.72 $5.00 a month amounts to $693.72 Start Now Open an Account with Us Today. T- -?,' m flgrkulturl Bank of Pari$ Capital $100,00.00 Surplus $67,500.00 Protection $267,500.00 iZgsaEztzxxxf ssSjI. (US & 'ft m (US f w iff (is Bourbon Laundry D.WIS & FUNK, Props. Telephone No. 4. Office Opp. Postoffice. We Take Pleasure. in "oing up the finest, shirt waists or anything in the laundry line. That is whay made ihe Bourbon Laundrt famous f or fine work and it dever goes heck on its repu tation. If you are particular about how your linen is laundered, your custom is the kind we want-as we like to appreciate e Bourbon Laundry, Paris, Kentucky. as s si I i i I z Kuggs Germs Busy After Thirty Years. Rising Sun, Md Scarlet fever germs that had been in the house for thirty years, physicians claim, are responsible for the illness of Stanley, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther McCardell of New, Valley." Several deaths from the disease have occurred in the house and recently when the interior of the house was altered in the dust under the old wall paper Dr. Ernest Rowland of Liberty Grove found living fever germs. Only Half Body Perspires. Central Village, Conn. An em ployee of one of the factories here, amed Van Nessa, has furnished a puz zling problem vfor the doctors. The man perspires on only one side of his body, the other side being dry as a bone. Asked what Ee thought was the reason for this peculiar condition Van Ness said: "Well, my father was French and my mother German, and' possibly the German dried up the ' l -WW- w ,"n ! 0 FIANDERS - '" j. uUomobUes EM j S I j .m : tBxSoModeCs "CJ.,( ft Mt You Want the Best Not the Cheapest Flanders "20" Roadster, $730 Don't be alarmed if sometcdy tells you you can buy an automobile for less money than the $750 Studebaker-Flanders "20." You can, but you better not. The Flanders "20" corresponds point by point vith the best and highest priced cars sold. Cheaper cars at every vital point are built on ideas long ao discarded for good cars. Don't take our word for it. Make comparisons and see. The Studebaker-Flanders "20" is a rcarvcl a high grade modern car at a low price. If you pay less yen buy much less. And the cheaper car today will cost you far more in the long run. The competing car isn't sold which the Studebaker Corporation, the greatest automobile manu facturers in the world, couldn't reproduce for less money; but we won't build a cheap car, because the name "Studebaker" means the best for your money. If you are content with a car that runs today and dies tomorrow, don't buy the $750 Flanders "20." It will wear for years. Remember this the Studebaker-Flanders "20" will outwear 2 to 1'any other car under $1100 arid' give you double satisfaction, confidence and comfort into the bargain'.- ,, ' h i We ccn prcve it Send for new catalogue The Sfedebaker Corporation Detroit, Mich. Bourbon Garage & Supply Company., m j, N French part pf me." - ? :."