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TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1917.
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KY.
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F.F.Dalley Co. of NewYorkJnc, SftSSr
cT HOGAN'S LETTER TO HIS month I will have to ask you for it the
PAL, MICKEY DARBY, next time I write.
"Your Sister Kate's Husband went
Your letter to hand asking for the to work to-day, afther being idle four
owi of Five Dollars, and I's sorry to years. He has two good years' work
tttv, I can't let ye have it. But afther ahead of him, and if he behaves hini
iropping the letter in the Phost Office, self he will know a lot about making
I made up me moind to let ye have the shoes when he comes out.
money. But I could not get It out "Iverything is awful high here in
xain, to put the money in it New York, especially the Woolworth
"Your uncle. Jerrv McCormick. died Building. Joe Mooney started to walk
ji.t wmV nvpr in Rvnnlrlvn affliPr u to tne toP oC
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HEIR TO THRONE OF RUSSIA
A PROMISING LAD
NEW YORK, March 19. Grant1
uke Nicholas, idol of the Russia:
"rmy, and ranked as Russia's maste
strategist, looms up as a big militar
"ure of the hour in the empire, whicl
has just witnessed a successful an'
almost bloodless revolution and the ab
lication of its emperor.
The relinquishment of the throne b
Nicholas II automatically deprived bin
of his rank as comniantler-in-chief of
Mie Russian armies. The heir to the
throne is an infant, and Grand Duke I
Michael, named as regent, while a sol
dier of repute, is not of commanding
Thus the nation, the Petrograd dte
.patches indicate, is turning to its
most tried and trusted military leader.
Grand Duke Nicholas is reported to
have arrived at the capital and the
probability is pointed to that he will
take command of the troops.
Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch
who has be.en proclaimed Regent o"
Russia by the Duma, is the only
brother of the deposed Czar Nicholas
II. He was born on December 4, 1S78.
and is ten years younger than his
brother. He is reported to have be
come a bitter antagonist to the Czar
ever since the latter refused to recog
nize his marriage to a divorcee som
Emperor Nicholas II was born May
18, 18GS, and succeeded his father, the
late Emperor Alexander III, on Novem
ber 1, 1894. He was married to the
Princess Alexandra Alice, daughter of
the Grand Duke of Hesse, and has
four daughter and one son. The lat
ter, Czarevitch Alexis, is the youngest
child, He was born August 12, 1904.
iong illness, and afther he was dead
the doctor gave up all hopes of his re-
bovery. rue rew dollars ne owes Ale,
it last Summer and
starved to death before he got half
way up. They had to cremate him on
the spot, because the Doctor said ths
h can keep to buy ice when he gets body would not kape until it reached
tne siuewaiK. iney neiu liio wane m
the Elevator coming down, and noth
ing was broken, and ivery body was
to the end of his journey. That is if
he reaches the Place where his wife
j.lvays Wished him to be.
"Before he died the Doctor ordered
Whisky and Lemon every twenty min
utes, and towled his wife to taste it to
see that it was not too strong. I sup
pose that it was a good thing in wan
way that he died, because it will give
the poor woman a chanst to get
"The Irish are all doing well here in
Now York. The Healeys and the
SUanleys own all of the Restaurants.
1 won't mention anything in this letter
?ibout the little Bill you owe me, but
if you don't send it by the end of the
Is My Weather Prophet.
can tell stormy weather days
off by the twinges in my shoul
ders and knees. Rut here's 'an
old friend that 60on drives out the pains
Sloan's Liniment is so easy to apply, no
rubbing at all, it sinks right in and fixes
the pain. Cleaner than mussy plasters and
ointments. Try it for gout, lumbago, neu
ralgia, bruises and sprains.
At your druggist, 25c. 50c. and SI .00.
GERMAN INFLUENCE SEEN
IN GOMEZ REVOLUTION.
LIFT OUT YOUR
Apply a Few Drops Then Lift Corns
or Callouses Off With Fingers.
friendly with each other, because j Nq humbug! Any corn whethei
there was nothing to drink m the car j hardj soft or Detween the toes, will
coming down. It was too bad, because , loosen right up and lift out, without"
you know how poor Joe loved excite- a particle of pain or soreness
"Afther the funeral your Aunt Mag
gie said, The best man in the world
could only live until he died.
"And, by Golly, I believe that's long
enough for Anny man to live. Regards
to the wife, and remember me
youre .passing The Phost Office."
Bourbon Buildinsr Sc
TIRST NAT'L BANK BUILDING
HAVANA. March 19. It has . been
discovered that not oniy was the
Gomez revolution in Cuba backed by
German influences, but that it was
planned to have similar revolutions
simultaneously in Haiti, Santo Do
mingo, Mexico a-nd either Honduras or
Costa Rica, Central America, with a
possible chance of stirring up trouble
in Columbia and Chile.
This drug is called Ereezone and is j A letter written bv Dr. Pelavo
a compound of ether discovered by a Garica to Orer.tes Fcrrara, liberal lead
Cincinnati man. er in Kew York, intercepted by the
Ask at any drug store for a small Cuban authorities, it is said, gives the
bottle of Freezone, which will east butjwllole 1)1()t awav In the communica
a trifle, but is sufficient to rid one's ,on u is S:li(1 n.., thero are assur
ances that German money was used
in the nurcha.se of ammunition and
tender, aching corn or callous. I-' supplies for the rebels and that a com
stantly the soreness disappears anamination of the republics mentioned
I shortly the corn or callous will loosen would have the support and assistance
'and can be lifted off with the lingers. !of Berlin not only during the war, but
, This drug Freezone doesn't eat oir afterward when the victorious Teu-
the corns or callouses, but shrivels tons would be in a position to dictate
Relieve Sore, them without even irritating the sur-'fn thn iTnitPri States.
j rounding skin. ' One or the promises made by Ger-
Just think! No pain at all; no mP mrpnrs was that Germany would
soreness or smarting when applying if gee to it that the Piatt amendment
Rheumatism is "pain only." or afterwards. If your druggist don't . whereby the United States is erapow-
Not one case in fifty requires inter- have Freezone, have him order it for . crc to intervene in case of domestic
nal treatment. Stop drugging! Rub you. (adv) ' (roubles in Cuba was nullified. That
the misery right away! Apply sootn-i 'would mean that the prosperous re
; public would be at the mercy of every
.adventurer powerful enough to start
i feet of everv corn or callous.
whin : put a few drops directly upon any
PAIN STOPS, TRY IT!
Don't Suffer! Instantly
Aching Muscles and Joints with
"St. Jacob's Oil."
DR. VM. KENNEY
:IRST NAT'L BANK BUILDING.
,ing, penetrating "St Jacob's Oil" di
, Knntli. iinnn Vio "tonrlor ennt" nnrJ TP.
,cv "'" ,";; v r.r , ! HOW TH E
jiiei comes insuiimy. ou oawu o wn
I conquers pain. It is harmless rheu
matism liniment, which never disap
ipoints and can not burn the skin
17-rr Fo- Nncn aJ tl f ' a small trial bottle of "St. Jacob's Oil' jamous walk originated
jrv,, -..!., i.vov. -.w. t any dni& store and in.vjUsi a mo- .j used to live in the vicinity of the
.ment you'll be free from rheumatic od Queen.s HeatL in Lambeth. Lon-
Ipain, soreness and stiffness. Don t stamnine-eround
suffer! Relief awaits you. "St Jacob's , don ha t)een y stamping ground
i" wf oe r,i fnr Mn. ,. since I was a baby,' he informs us
Voio liirnVm hnrfcfirhP. snrains and "The Queen's Head
In the April
Stop complaining! Getjpanion Charlie Chaplin tells how hi,
nmniNATED a revolution.
u ' t The letter in question, it is said, will
thp trial of ex-President
woman s Home u-om
be used at
Gomez before court martial.
'CANDIDATES WARNED OF
NEW "CORRUPT PRACTICE ACT."
raljria, lumbago, backache, sprains and !
was a 'pub.
FIRST NAT'L BANK BUILDING
It is highly important for candidates
for office in Kentucky to familiarize
themselves with the provisions of the
passed by the
There was a cab stand near by and an "Corrupt Practice Act,
old character they called 'Rummy' Legislature of 1016.
The handle of a new wire carpet 'Binks was one of the landmarks. He It is compulsory that each canui
beater is raised several inches from had a bulbous nose, a crippled, rheu- date file with the County Clerk or
the main shaft to save its user's hand matic body, a swollen and distorted proper official an itemized satement
from contact with a carpet.
Automobile Hearse or Ambulance!
I desire to announce to our friends that I can, where
desired, furnish an automobile hearse or ambulance. This
method of transpertation is especially desired on long- trips,
the same being made in better time, and at no advance in
cost over the horse-drawn conveyance.
GEO. Y. DAVIS, Funeral Director.
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hi mnnnnHn isn
You may 1ft enjoying the test of health today. There may come a
riege of illness. Ae YOU PEEPAEED P0E IT?
Doctor's bills and enforced idleness are expensive. When you have a
i,v n,it von are nreoared to combat illness.
Can von conceive of anything more tragic than a long period of illness..
without any funds?
Therefore, if You Haven't a Bank
Account, Start One Today
Farmers' & Traders' Bank
pair of feet, and the most extraordt- of expenses incurred dunng his cam
j nary pair of trousers I ever saw. He paign, such as printing, stationery,
I must have got them from a giant, and stamps, stenographers, rent for public
he was a little man. halls for speaking, and all other x-
"When I saw Rummy shuffle his penses incurred pertaining to his elec
,way across the pavement to hold a tion. Such papers must he filed fif-
cabman's horse for a .penny tip, I was teen days before the primary, and also
fascinated. The walk was so funny to fifteen days before tne regular eiec-
me that I imitated it When I showed tion.
tray mother how Rummy walked, she The .penalty for failing to comply
begged me to stop because it was cruel with this law, is a fine in any sum not
to imitate a misfortune like tnat. to exceed o,uuu, or iu oe connneu m
But while she pleaded she had her the county jail not to exceed six
apron stuffed in her mouth. Then she months, or both.
went into the pantry and giggled for j The BOURBON NEWS has been ap
ten minutes. - pointed as agent in Bourbon county
"Day after day I cultivated thai to handle and sell the Thomas Ken
walk. It became an obsession. When- tucky Ele' "' :i Forms, which arc
ever I pulled it, I was sure of a augh. used for ti.is purpose. With these
Now, no matter what else I may do forms it is no trouble to keep an ac
niot ic nmnsinfr. T p.nri never cret awav nnratp p.nrmnt. of expenditures, etc.
from that walk. These forms are reserved and ,protec-
"Not long ago I went on in a New ' ea by law by the Cadiz Record, of
York theatre to say a few words. I Cadiz, Ky.
was in orthodox evening dress. Th All candidates are required to make
audience behaved as though it wa3 these statements, and the easiest and
tongue-tied. So was I. I began to get best way is to purchase one ot tnese
uncomfortable. The occasion was too forms now. The price is ?1.d0. Come
solemn for words. I quit talking and in ami see one, and give us your order,
seizing an inspiration I shuffled off the ye have samples to show, but will
stage with my Rummy walk. The iiave to send in orders to Cadaz for
roar that broke loose in that house st0ck. We are going to send in an
amazed me., I had to shuffle back and oraer next week. Let yours come
then shuffle off again. Then I had to .t, Wie rest.
t The City has added a new Fire Truck
to its equipment to provide adequate and
efficient protection to you.
The County has built modern roads for
your convenience, safety and comfort and
to provide an efficient means of travel and
The Home Telephone
Company has added a new Truck to
its equipment, which, with its other two,
will provide an efficient means of caring-for
the plant which furnishes modern tele
. Have you a HOME PHONE? Join the
modern procession. Call contracts depart
Paris Home Telephone 8 Telegraph Co.
J. J. VEATCH, .District Manager.
W. H. CANNON, THOMAS IL WMITH.
Equipment Manager. Cashier.
If "you men want to make an invest
ment that will make you -from 25 to
1 OO.per cent profit
Come In and Buy An
Overcoat For Next Year
.We dnly have about 50 Overcoats,
and the prices have been cut unmer
cifully. Sizes 34 to 44. Styles will
be good for next season. Saturday
will be a good day to give them the
Spring Suits, Shirts, Hats, etc., arriv-
mcr oaiiv. we, five Blue iraomor
Qloihing and Shoe Dept.
L. Wollstsin, Prtp
DWIS & FUNK, Prop?.
Telephone No. 4. West 5 Street
With all the latest im
provements in laundry
appliances and expert
helpers we are prepared
to do work inferior to
none, and solicit yoor
shuffle on again and talk, and every
word I said drew a roar or laughter
simply because of the shuffle."
THE BOURBON NEWS,
F. P. RISER, President
JNO. J. M.CLINTOCK, Casn e.
WM. GRIMES Bookkepr.
Sixth and Main Street Paris, Ky
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as tfliey cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of .the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed, deaf
ness is the result, and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nme cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrah, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Drugglflto, 75c
- Take Hall's Family Pilla for consti
paHoo. i " : (adr-mar)
Spring brings all kinds of weather
and with it come colds and the re
vival of winter coughs and lioar-s-ness.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will
head off a new cold or stop the old
one, the soothing balsams relieve the
t. thrnnt and heal the irritated tis
sues. Get a bottle to-day and start
treatment at once. At your druggist.
25c. Formula on tne Dotue.
! Sole Agency
1 STACY -ADAMS
SUFFERING AND SURGERY
can be avoided by using
Relieve yourself of this ailment at
home. Easy to use and thoroughly
dependable. Sold only by us 50c and
OBERDORFER, The; Druggist,
$7-o and $7-50
Take Advantage of These Prices $
and Save Money.