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. FRIDAY OCTOBER 4, 1118!
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS. KY.
THE BOURBON NEWS
Eftiblislied 188136 Tears of Con
tinuous Publication
PoHished Every Tuesday and Friday
Per Year. .?2.00 6 Months. .$1.00
Payable in Adavance.
SWIFT CHAMP, Editor and Owner.
gBfttered at the Paris, Kentucky,
Poetoffice as Mail Matter of the
Second Class.)
.Any erroneous reflection upon the
IriMxacter, standing or reputation of
MMf person, firm, or corporation which.
SKrtinCrrfTHffl
appear in the columns of THH
BOURBON NEWS will be gladly cor-
noted if brought to attention of the
ADVERTISING RATES
jDJgplay Advertisements, $1.00 per
Inch for first time; 50 cents per inch
eachsubsequent insertion,
o Reading Notices, 10 .cents per line
ten issue; reading notices in .black
type, 20 cents per line, each issue.
fl Cards of thanks, calls on candi
dates, obituaries and resolutions, and
ixnilarvinatter, 10 cents jer line.
, $pgcial rates for large advertise
ment and yearly contracts.
.The right of publisher is reserved
to'decline any advertisement or other
H&tler for publication.
Announcements for political offices
must invariably be accompanied by.
tibe cash.
- This paper has enlisted
ththe government in the
cause or Amenca xor xne
period of the war
CONSERVE PAPER.
, Beware of building bon-fires nowa
days. They will betray you. A pa
pr famine confronts us and a Tjon
ftiejLs therefore an act of treason.
4'Vastevpa-per," you say? The answer
is'; "There should be no waste pa
per that the junk man cannot salv-
rf Waste paper to-day is worth good
j?xpiey;r Waste paper can be turned
Jntib fhrift. Stamps. Your patriotism
thprefore questioned if you in
idufge in ban-fires. Your smoke and
IJanie will speak louder than, your
words. Protest your loyalty if you
jjhoQse, .but we'll fail to believe while
your sparks fly upward! If, in the
facef,Qf proven .facts you persist in
wanton destruction of valuable ma
terial, do not blame us if we doubt
p?Ut,and act accordingly. Treason
consists in giving aid or comfort to
the A enemy. Every bon-fire is a
Kaiser aid. You sign your own. de
cree, when you apply the jnatech. In
time of war, we are often forced to
jnjak.e.s.hort shifts. Do not ob'lige us
to make a bon-fire a legal act of trea-
6QlL
. Conserve your paper! Do not burn
it!
la te ts
TO AVOID INFLUENZA.
' JnJehe first place don't get it. But
in VTew of the spread all over the
country of the dreaded Spanish in
ilufiiiaa, the United States Board of
Healtlt has issued the following ad
vice: .,
, "The.liealth, department sends out
zr statement in which it gives the
following advice on libw to avoid the
influenza: 'Don't crowd, don't worry,
don't put unclean things, into your
jmoutli, don't eat or drink in dirty
'places; don't eat without first wash
ing the hands; don't expose yourself
q cold or Tret, don't over exert and
avoid all excesses; don't go out if
feeling ill. "
t .Ct.
NOTICE
j OF
MERCHANTS DELIVERY
5 PARIS, KY., Sept. 23, 1918.
In order to comply with the request of the Government
we, -the undersigned merchants, agree to making deliveries
according to schedule below, and not to make any special
-delivery at all:
Delivery No. 1, Commencing at' 7 a. m. Goods will be
delivered in East Paris, Second Street, Mt. Airy, Houston
Avenue, Lilleston Avenue, Higgins Avenue, Henderson
Street, Walker Avenue and High Street South to Seventh
Street-.
Delivery No. 2, Commencing at 9 a. m. South Main
' Street, High Street South of Seventh Street, Cypress
,. Street, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Nineteenth and
? Twentieth Streets, Virginia Avenue, Rosedale and Walker
'Avenues South of Eighth Streets.
Delivery No. 3 Commences at 11 a. m. Pleasant
Street, Stoner Avenue, Scott Avenue, Vine Street, Duncan
Avenue. Henry Addition. Thornton Division. Tenth Strppt.
and 'Winchester Street.
CHAS. P. COOK & CO..
jRMERS SUPPLY CO..
JY BEK CASH STORE,
BALDWIN BROS,
H. MARGOLEtt & CO.,
LOGAN HOWARD,
LUSK & SHEA,
LAVIN
&
STATE BOAEO&HEALTH ISSUES
ifllflUJElfZA WASHING
In view of the prevailing epidemic
of-Spanish influenza, which is caus
ing many deaths in army camps and
as a general warning to the puoiic,
the state Borad of Health has asked
the press to give wide publicity to
,'the following proclamation:
, "Bowling Green, Ky.,
"September 30, 1918.
"Whereas, Influenza, a highly in
fectious disease, in a severe and fa
tal form, is wide spread in the Atlan
tic Coast States, and, being caused
only by the easily recognized Pfieffer
germ, which is spread along lines of
travel, and in communities and fam
ilies, only by coughing and sneezing
people, who ought to be in bed or m
their rooms, has been brought to
twir a nmHaiiv
Kentucky, and, not being an officially
quar.antinable disease, threatens to
and is likely to becojne a widespread
epidemic in Kentucky unless the
prompt and intelligent co-operation
of the people can be' secured in com
bating it, and,
"Whereas, The precautions have
advised, important as to coughs and
colds, are made especially so in the
emergency now upon us for the pro
tection at all times of our soldiers
with thousands being called to the
colors by the selective draft to reach
the camps within the -next few weeks,
as well as for farmers, industrial op
eratives and the noble wojmen daily
laboring for the support and comfort
of our own and the allied armies,
and,
"Whereas, The control of this dis
ease ( if successful, must come from
an educated public sentiment which
will patriotically demand the volun-
! tary and systematic isolation in his
home or in a hospital during tne
prevalence of the disease in any com
munity, of every person who is af
flicted with cough and sneezing, and
especially that such persons shall
not enter or remain in any public
conveyance, picture show, or other
assembly until the disease is under
control, and, that, therefore,
"Be It Resolved, That this Board,
in the discharge of a manifest public
duty and by virtue of authority vest
ed in it by law, hereby urges that all
patriotic people who show symptoms
of this disease, promptly isolate
themselves in their homes, for the
protection of their fajmilies, and that
a mass or two tniCKnesses ot gauze
or cheese cloth be worn over the
mouth, and nose where for any rea
son, such isolation cannot be made
complete; it advises people to keep
away from al places of assembly in
any community where the disease is
prevailing; and it hereby expressly
forbids public funerals for those
dead of the disease and forbids itin
erant shows of every kind from en
tering or making exhibits within the
limits of this Commonwealth. If
these precautions are demanded by
public sentiment and systematically
carried out by every family and com
munity, there need be little cause for
alarm, and the disease will soon be
under control.
"By authority of the Board.
"J. G. SOUTH, President.
"J. D. McCORMACK, Secretary."
las isa lei
BREAKS A COLD IN
PEW HOURS TRY IT !
First Dose of Pape's Cold Com
pound Relieves All Grippe
Misery
Don't stay stuffed up!
Quit blowing and snuffling! A
dose of "Pape's Cold Compound"
taken every two hours until three
doses are taken will end grippe mis
ery and break up a severe cold either
in the head, chest, body or, lijmbs.
It promptly opens clogged-up nos
trils and air passages; stop nasty dis
charge or nose running; relieves sick
headache, dullness, feverishness, sore
throat, sneezing, soreness and stiff
ness. "Pape's Cold Compound" is the
quickest relief know-n and costs only
a few cents at drug stores. It acts
without assistance, tastes nice, and
causes no inconvenience. Don't ac
cept a substitute. (adv)
,., Liquid ,Co(ort.
Alcohol, whefpure, Is greenish In
color, while water is distinctly blue
In. l shade.
L. A
WILMOTH& CO.,
SKILLMAN BROS.,
A. B. LOVELL,
D. M. PLUMMER.
TILFORD BURNETT,
CURTIS HENRY & CO.,
S. T. CHIPLEY, .
CONNELL.
VALUE OF A-I-M INCOMPARABLE
Thousands of Testimonials Show That
Acid Iron' Mineral Har JLknost
Unlimited Possibilities.
Both as an internal and an. exter
nal remedy, Acid Iron Mineral is
proving itself the peer of all reme-
i . TX P4- rn dicQOOOfl ctrtmnntic
SE"Jraair
iar to women is nothing short of mar
velous. We wish" that you could see
the thousands of voluntary testimoni
als we have on file in our offices, you
would not hesitate a .minute longer,
but would at once go to your drug
gist and get a bottle of this wonder
ful medicine, and begin the treat
ment that will help you to health
and happiness.
Head what Mr. W. O. Harper, of
the Soldiers Home in Richmond,
says:
"I suffered for years witn caiarrn
of the stomach, and after using A-I-jin
M. I can now eat anytning i want to
without spitting it up, and I thank
fully recommend it to all sufferers
with catarrh of the stomach."
Remember that there is not a drop
of alcohol in Acid Iron Mineral, and
that it is guaranteed to satisfy you
or your money back.
For sale by Brooks & Snapp; or we
will supply you on receipt of price if
your dealer cannot get it for you.
Ferrodine Chemical Corp., Roanoke,
Va. (adv)
GOVERNMENT APPEALS TOR
PRUIT PITS, NUT SHELLS, ETC.
Poison gas was one of the first
fruits of Kultur. It stings, blinds
and kills. Charcoal of carbon made
from fruit pits and nut shells is used
to neutralize it.
The government needs carbon. It
asks the boys and grils of America to
save:
(a) Peach pits; (b) Apricot pits;
(c) plum pits; (d) cherry pits; (e)
prune pits; (f) hickory nuts; (g)
walnuts; (h) butternuts; (i) shells
of these nuts.
Method: (1) Select a leader or
leaders; (2) give publicity to the
campaign; (3) dry pits thoroughly
in the sun; (4) bring them to a cen
tral collecting station; (5) notify
Chemical Warfare Service, Washing
ton, D. C; (6) bills of lading, ship
ping instructions and bags will be
sent.
Two hundred peach pits or seven
pounds of nuts produce enough car
bon for one gas respirator. Carbon is
made from fruit stones and nut
shells.
B-4 FIRE
Insure with
W.O.HINTON &SON,Agts
$20,000, EIRE DAMAGE IN LeBUS
WAREHOUSE.
Tuesday morning Mayor E. B.
January received a telephone call
from Cynthiana, asking that he send
assistance to that city to help check
a big fire then raging, in the large
warehouse of Mr. Clarence LeBus.
Mayor January soon had a lot of
hose loaded in the big truck and
within forty-five minutes the Paris
fire-fighters were in Cynthiana help
ing combat the flames.
The fire burned the large frame
warehouse belonging to Mr. LeBus,
which is located on the line of. the L.
& N. Railroad, in Cynthiana, together
with a quantity of tobacco, baled
hay, entailing a loss of around
?20,00,0.
Several adjacent building, among
them Poindexter's tobacco barn, ,Mc
Clelland's stable, Hutchison's restaur
ant and office at Raymond's lumber
yard, were also damaged. Five
buildings were afire at one time and
the fire department had its hands
full to prevent a general conflagra
tion. A large brick tobacco warehouse,
just across the alley. from the main
fire, also belonging to Mr. LeBus and
containing 10,000 bushels of wheat
was saved by hard work, only the
roof of this structure being slightly
damaged.
Ss fci la
Fire, Wind and Lightning
Insurance.
Thomas, Woodford & Bryan.
YOUTHFUL OFFENDER AR
RESTED Will Gatewood, a colored boy
aged fifteen, was arrested by Chief
of Police Link and Patrolman Lusk
and taken to jail on a charge of be
ing on premises. Gatewood was dis
covered in a room on the second floor
at the residence of Rev. Father De
Bruyn, adjoining the Catholic
church. He could give -no satisfac
tory reason for being there.
Gatewood has been in trouble be
fore, but was out on probation. One
day last summer he knocked down a
small boy who was carrying an ice
cream freezer full of cream and ate
the cream. He will be given a hear
ing before Judge George Batterton in
the Juvenile Court.
IS )9l TS
SCHOOLS TO HELP OBSERVE CO
LUMBUS DAY.
Columbus Day, October 12, will be
flittingly celebrated this year in the
public ? schools of this State. State
Superintendent Gilbert has issued a
proclamation instructing all the
teachers in the . public schools of
Kentupky to prepare for a patriotic
celebration on that day. His procla
mation follows:
"In. co-operating with and at the
tauest of the National Bureau of
Education and Treasury Department,
we urge all teachers, , pupils and
school officials to observe October 12
as, Columbus Day in celebration of the
discovery of America. You wiir re
ceive sugretive programs and we
know that Kentucky will be found,
as in all other patriotic efforts, at
the forefront in making this day a
memorable success, thus rendering a
?reat service in the nroffnotion of the
hdeals for which our nation, is now
making heroic sacrifice.
fir in a a in t
ftlASTERFUL WARLAYIS "THE
GREAT LOVE."
f Internationally famous as the
world's greatest exponent of the
cinema art, David Wark Griffith is
the creator of the screen's most re
markable triumphs. That his genius
has accomplished more to elevate the
motion picture to its present hirfi
- , --e
apparent io everyone, ms sensa
tional departures in photoplay pro
ductions are film history and the men
tion of his name in connection with
a screen offering always excites anti
cipation for something new in the
way of advanced cinema technique.
Mr. Griffith spent many months in
England and Prance during the past
year and on his return to this coun
try, he produced "Hearts of the
World" which was presented with
enormous success in New York. His
latest offering, which deals with the
great social transformation effected
England by the war, is "The Great
Love," and this will be presented at
the Paris Grand Opera House, Friday,
October 4. The photoplay is said to
be a remarkable one and that it will
attract great interest here is un
doubted.
While the entire story has not been
revealed by Mr. Griffith, enough of
it is Known to enable readers to get
a fairly accurate idea of the theme.
It deals with a young American who
enlists in the Canadian army when he
reads of the German atrocities in
Belgium and goes to England. While
training near London, he meets and
loves a charming Australian girl who
reciprocates his passion.
When this girl falls heir to a vast
fortune, an unscrupulous English
baronet seeks to force her into mar
riage with him, and this affair is in
terrupted by international complica
tions and the operations of German
spies. The girl later finds "the great
love" in unremitting service for
country and the cause of world's
democracy. Many famous English
society women assist in the develop
ment of the story as workers in hos
pitals and muntions factories, and in
this respect the photonlav is said to
be one of the most remarkable ever
produced.
Born at LaGrange, near Louisville,
Ky., Mr. Griffith is the son of the late
Brigadier General Jacob Wark Gri
fith, C. S. A.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in
fluenced by constitutional conditions,
and in order to cure it you must take
an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh
Medicine is taken internally and acts
through the blood on the mucous
surfaces of the system. Hall's Ca
tarrh Medicine was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this
country for years. It is composed of
some of the best tonics known, com
bined with some of the best blood
purifiers. The perfect combination of
the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh
Medicine is what produces such won
derful results "in catarrhal conditions.
Send for testimonials, free.
, F. J. CHENEY & CO., -Props.,
' Toledo, Ohio.
All Druggis'ts, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
. , . (adv-oct)
WANTED
The ijmmediate use of an index
card-filing case or cabinet by the
Woman's Committee of the Council
of National Defense. Please notify
this office.
IRON
We pay highest prices for iron
junk, hides and wool.
MUNICH & WIDES & CO.,
Eighth 'St., Paris, Ky.,
Cumb. Phone 374.
(23-tf)
Administrator's Notice,
All persons knowing themselves
indebted to the estate , of the late
Mrs. Mina M. Howell are. requested
to settle with the undersigned ad
ministrator. , ,.
Those having claims, against the
estate will please have same proven
according to law and present for pay
ment. JAMES M. HUKILL,
( 2 7-3 wks) Administrator.
Wanted Junk.
We pay the following prices for
junk, which we guarantee the best
prices to be obtained anywhere in
the State. Send us your shipments:
Rags, ?3.60 per hundred pounds.
Mixed Iron, $1.00 per hundred
pounds.
Wrought Iron, $1.10 per hundred
pounds.
Heavy Cast, $1.10 per hundred
pounds.
Bones, $1.20 per hundred pounds.
Heavy Copper, 23c per pound.
Light Copper, 21c per pound.
Mixed Heavy Brass, 21c per pound.
Light Brass, 12c per pound.
Lead, 6c per pound.
Zinc, 5c per pound.
Aluminum, 24c per pound.
Boots and Shoes, 7c per pound.
Trimmed Arties, 5c per pound.
Inner Tubes, lie per pound.
Green Salt Hides, 18c per pound.
Green Hides, 16c per pound.
Calfskins, 27c per pound.
Horse Hides, $6,50 for No. l's.
Lambskins, $2.00.
Full Wooled Sheepskins, $3.00.
Shearlings, $1.50.
All F. O. B. Lexington. ,
We also purchase old and new
feathers,' for which we pay the high
est price. , Send us samples. .
HAVE COLOR Iff MS
Be Better Looking- Take
Olive Tablets
If your skin is yellow complexion pall id
tongue coated appetite poor you have
a bad taste in your mouth a lazy, no-good
feeling you should take Olive Tablets.
,Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets a substitute
-forcalomel wereprepared byDr.Edwards
after 17-years of study with his patients.
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are a purely
vegetable compound mixed with olive oil.
You will know them by their olive color.
To haveaclear? pint skin, bright eyes,
no pimples a 'feelingr of buoyancy lijce
childhood days you must get at the cause.
Dr. Edwards Olivq Tablets 'act on jthe
liver and bowels like calomel e't "have
no dangerous after effects. w
They start the bile and overcome consti
pation. That's why millions of boxes are
sold annually at 10c and 25c per box. All
druggists. Take one or two nightly and
ote the pleasing results.
PEtST TOBACCO SALE
The Lexington Independent To
bacco Warehouse had the 'honor last
week of being the first purchaser of
a crop of 1918 tobaccofrom Bourbon
county . The crop, containing fifteen
acres product, was sold by Clay
Owens, who raised it on. the Silas
Bedford farm near Paris. The to
bacco brought an average price of
forty cents per pound, and is of ex
cellent quality.
WE BUY
OLD FALSE TEETH
We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per
set (broken or not.) We also pay
actual value for Diamonds, old Gold,
Silver and Bridge-work.. Send .at
once by parcel post and receive cash
by return mail.
r MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY
Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th St.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
(till29novF)
Public Renting
OF-
Fine Bluegrass Farm on
Court Day
The undersigned will rent at pub
lic outcry on Court Day,
Monday, Oct. 7, 1918,
at 11 o'clock at the Court House
door in Paris, Ky., the fine Bluegrass
farm known as the Sue K. Moran
place, which is located o-n the Pea
cock Pike, aBout 3 miles from
Paris.
This is one of the best farms in
Bourbon county, and contains 300
acres. On the place is a substantial
house containing 6 rooms, a good
tobacco bara that will house 15 acres
of tobacco, plenty of tobacco sticks,
all necessary outbuildings, never fail
ing water.
Forty-five acres now in corn, 30
acres in wheat stubble and 15 acres
in meadow, may all be used for corn
making 90 acres in all for corn.
Forty acres to go in wheat, 10
acres of virgin soil to go in tobacco,
160 acres in grass.
Prospective renters may inspect
the place at any time.
For further information, address
or call on
MRS. SALLIE MORAN QLAY.
M. F. KENNBY, Auctioneer.
(13-td)
Bluegrass Farm
For Rent on
Court Day
The undersigned, as agent of Miss
Letitia Clay, and Committee of
George Clay, will offer for rent, pub
licly, at the Court House door, Paris,
Kentucky,
On October 7, 1918,
at 11 o'clock a. m:, 209.4 acres off
land belonging to Miss Letitia Clay,
and 50 acres belonging to George
Clay, the 259.4 acres to be rented to
gether. Said farms are located on the "Win
chester pike, 5 miles from Paris, and
containing a dwelling, two tenant
houses, other necessary buildings,
never-failing water, and to be culti
vated as follows: 74.28 acres in
hemp or corn, (now in hemp); 90,38
acres in wheat, (now in corn about
48 acres to be sowed with, the wheat
in timothy, clover next spring, and
42.38 acres with the wheat in grass,
clover in the spring, owners to fur
nish seed, and tenant to sow without
charge) ; 21.5 acres to continue in
timothy, and 73.24 acres to remain
in grass. Tenant must cut weeds,
but no trees.
TERMS: Negotiable notes for one
half of the rental price, payable Sep
tember 1, 1919, and on March 1,
1920, with interest from maturity.
The rfght is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
Thei farms will be shown, from Misa
Letitiac Clay's residence, or by the un
dersigned. H. CLAY HOWARD.
FOR RENT.
Nicely furnished front room, cen
trally located. Suitable for either
two ladies or two gentlemen. Use of
telephone and bath. Price $12.50
per month. Call 407 Pleasant street.
(l-2t-pd)
For Sale Privately
Small farm of about eight acres,
more or less, located about 2 miles
from Paris, near Peacock turnpike;
has 5-roojm house good stock barn,
garage, buggy shed, large grist mill,
with 2 sets of 48 in. burs, 1 for corn,
the other for wheat; and all other
necessary out-biuldings; 4 acres of
good tobacco land, with sticks and
house room.
O. L. FREY,
Office: Cumberland Phone 857,
Office: Home Phone 15.
Residence, Cumberland Phone 829.
(27-3t)
Pony Taken Up.
Taken up as stray, a black pony.
Owner can ascertain location of same
by calling at THE NEWS office, prov
ing property and paying advertising
and other charges.
Buying On
Credit
is a nuisance to
both buyer and
seller.
It is one thing that keeps
the cost of living going
higher. Bring your mar
ket basket and the cash to
MRS. ELLIS'
CASH AND CARRY
GROCERY
opposite the Paris Court
House, and see what you
can save.
Margolen's
SANITAR 1
Meat Market
Everything kept in
a clean, sanitary con
dition, and only the
choicest home-killed
meats are sold here.
GiveUs an Order
WOOLEN'S
Sanitary Meat Market
!
BAKERY
DEPARTMENT
Cakes, Jelly Roll
Cream Puffs
Doughnuts, Rolls, Pies
GROCERY
Fruits
Fresh Vegetables
MEAT
DEPARTMENT
Roats
Lamb, Veal, Pork
Brains
WTtlMTH
BriKbrf Co.
SPBYER SON,
Lexington, Ky.
lM. P. KENNEY, Auctioneer.
Phone 376
x aju writing me auinoriues at i
1 Washington that we will make good." k
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