FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1S19.
f AGE TWO
THE BOUBBON NEWS, PABIS, KENTUCKY
IHE BOURBON NEWS
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fflUfl? CHAMP. Editor and Owner.
fXatored at the Paris, Kentucky,
Portofflce as Mail Matter of the
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iy person, firm or corporation -which
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to decline any advertisement or other
matter for publication.
Announcements for political offices
ust Invariably be accompanied by
Keep Paris Cleaner.
"VTe wish to call the attention of
"the jjood people of Paris to condi
tions that we might help to improve
and thus bring about a much-needed
Why can not we help to keep our
streets cleaner? We open our mail,
'throw the wrappers on the side
walks, peel apples or bananas, throw
the peelings on the sidewalks, never
Thinking that others will do the
same thing. We can readily see that
this keeps the streets strewn with
rubbish that could be- just as well
thrown in the waste basket, provid
ed by the Civic League at the street
We may mention the disgusting
To abort a cold
and Drevent com
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages
habit of many or expectorating on
the sidewalks. This, too, is thought
lessly done by many, without consid
ering the appearance of the side
walks, or for the necessity of wo
men and children, walking over
those unsightly places, or of the un
wholesomeness arising from this
careless practice. We are constantly
reminded that many diseases are
caused from such habits. Let's
keep Paris clean. "
The Farm Women's National
Congress wants Congress to prohibit
the growing of tobacco in the United
States. Not that the women are par
ticularly set against smoking, they
explain. Personally, most of them
don't object to it. But they are con
cerned about the use of 1,375,000
acres of good land devoted to to
bacco when it might be used for
raising food. At a time when there'
is a world-wide food shortage, they
argue, it is the duty of the American
people to leave nothing undone to
supply the need, and so they want
to sacrifice tobacco for good crops.
Will Congress do it? The answer
may be given unhesitatingly Con
gress will not do it. Congress has
too much regard for the good will of
the male of the species to lend itself
to any such appeal, however worthy
the plan and the cause that inspires
As between food and tobacco, it
must be admitted that men will gen
erally choose tobacco. They did it
often in the trenches during the war,
when there was any choice, and they
have done so on countless occasions
of hardship and privation. They will
do the same 'thing now, regardless of
Very likely a fully rational race of
beings would abolish tobacco. We
have virtually abolished opium and
alcohol, but we are not yet suffici
ently evolved to get along without
nicotine. And perhaps it is a par
donable weakness. Surely men must
have some vices to help them along
the rocky, up-hill pathway of virtue.
It Must Not Be.
We have been told that a noted
minister has flatly denounced that
sacred and well-known institution,
Sunday night "sparking." Great
Heavens! What on earth can be the
matter with that old grouch for he
surely must be old! Would life, at a
particular age, be worth the living
without it. Answer. NO.
What man lives who has no tender
memorials of those Sunday nights, in
the long ago, when he took his best
girl to church, and home from
church, and was then invited in "for
a while?" If such a man lives it's
( - - --
thirty-to-one shot he's a crusty old
bachelor. It is our unvarnished
opinion that any man who is a wo
man-hater never knew one a real
one. Has your youth never been
sweetened by a Sunday nieht kiss.
stolen from lips unwilling but not
too unwilling? If not you have miss
ed half of your life yes, fully nine
tenths of it.
Don't you remember those cool
August autumn nights, Sunday
nights, just a little low-burning fire,
low-burning lights? That lamp and
that fire will cast a soft and cheerful
glow on your path all the way to the
grave. No, we will never give up
the age-old institution (we and the
rest of the young old Paris boys.)
Our fathers did it, as did our grand
fathers and great-grandfathers and
their fathers before them. Genera
tions may come and generations may
go, but the good old custom of Sun
day night calling and the Sunday
night kiss will go on forever.
Keep Your Streets Clean
A town is just as good as jt-
streets no better. See a place' with
untidy streets, poorly curbed and
guttered, no shade trees or grass
plots and you see a slovenly town.
No matter how well the individual
property owner may keep his lawn,
if the street in front is not tidy, the
whole looks like a man with a good
suit of. clothes, but with dirty collar
.u nrvciiii,L uuir. xi is Uie dntv nf
authorities to see that streets
aie Kept ciean, out the good citizens
will not wait on compulsion he will
do his part at any time. The street
in front of ypur home is almost a
part of your place. Help to keep it
clean. Do not let rubbish accumu
late, papers blow around or ashes
scatter. You may want to sell your
place some time and a tidy street
will add many dollars to the market
As To "Mashers."
The form of animal usually desig-
"cvtu aoove nas, we understand,
been active on our streets recently
We are told that for the most part
these fellows are not local people
but outsiders. It has always been a
matter of pride in Kentucky towns
especially in Paris, that a woman
could go about on the streets ,,ot
tended, at any time of the day, and
almost at any hour of the night, for
that matter, without fear of molesta-
kVo v : !z l necessary nor possi
oie that the police- nower shnuin k
present and watchful on every street
a,iW or m front of every public
Place. The best cure for these para
sites when they accost a worn
without reason or invitation upon
L f" h" fa-ther. bother,
u ur uesi mend of the
persuasion to make about five
utes good use of a healthful
When The JJay, Is Over
cares and the
made you un
there is noth
ing in life but
headache, backache and worry, turn to
the right prescription, one gotten up by
Dr. Pierce fifty years ago.
Everything growing out of the ground
seems intended for some use in establish
ing natural conditions. Dr. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y., long since found out what
is naturally best for women's diseases.
He learned it all through treating thou
sands of cases. The result of his studies
was a medicine called Dr. Pierce's Favor
ite Prescription. This medicine is made
of vegetable growths that nature surely
intended for backache, headache, weak
ening, bearing-down pains, irregularities,
pelvic inflammations, and forthe many
disorders common to women in all ages of
life. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
made of lady's slipper root, black cohosh
root, unicorn root, blue cohosh root and
Oregon grape root. Dr. Piercejmew,
when he first made this standard medi
cine, that whiskey and morphine are in
jurious, and so he has always kept them
out of his remedies. Women who take
this standard remedy know that in Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription they are
getting a safe woman's tonic so good that
druggists everywhere sell it, in liquid or
- Chinese Superstition.
Superstition is rampant in China
and when Chen Ying Yin, a tracer in
Straits Settlements, after his return to
Kaping, his own village, proposed to
open the lands along Fei Ngo moun
tain as a field for grazing, his sugges
tion could hardly be carried out as
his villagers bitterly protested against
the project on account of their belief
In "Fung Sui," a superstition relating
to the locations of places.
All the Old Testament apochrypha,
fourteen In number, have been trans
lated into English and are included as
apocryphal books In some editions of
the Bible. They were formerly print
ed under a distinctive heading between
the Old and the New Testaments, and
In that form can still be found In
many old family Bibles. They are
always included In the so-called Sep
tuagint, a version of the Bible used by
the Greek church.
THIS MEANS YOU.
When you get up with a bad taste
in your mouth, a dull, tired feeling,
no relish for food and are constipat
ed, you may know that you need a
dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They
not only cause an agreeable move
ment of the bowels, but cleanse and
invigorate the stomach and improve
Modern Creek Language.
The language spoken by the edu
cated classes, that used in the news
papers and other modern literature of
Greece, differs from the Romaic used
by the lower classes. The former is
distinguished by a greater resemblance
to the Greek of antiquity, which ren
ders.lt asy f anyone who has a sat
isfactory acquaintance with ancient
Greek to read the literary Greek of the
W. H. MCMILLAN,
Heater, good as new.
any time at
MRS. C. L. BELL'S.
tf) 1219 Main Street
Notice To Patrons !
I have returned from ' Chicago,
where I completed a special course
in optometry, and have reopened my
office. I can be found now at Var
den's drugstore. . -
,. ,PR WM- R- FRANKLIN,
ror Sale Privately-
U,A1WU1 touage located at
t. Airy Avenue, is for sale
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vctLeiy. rnis is one of the
auauie pieces of residence property
in the city, being located in the best
neighborhood in Paris. House con-
muib o rooms, bath, porches, water
vorks, electric lights and all modem
Lot is 76 2-3x200 feet. A nice
building lot could be taken off side
A.ny one desiring a nice home would
cn iv iook tnis property over
For further particulars inquire on
MRS, LIDA B. CONWAY,
Phone 337. (21-tf)
On Main street, Sunday,, one, lens
of rimless eye-glasses, gold nose
piece. Owner can have same by call
ing at this office, proving property
and paying charges.
Notice to The Public!
If you are contemplating buying
a Piano, or Player Piano, don't fail
to see me before buying.
We also take in exchange pianos,
organs and talking machines.
J. H. TEMPLEMAN PIANO CO.,
J B. Geis, Representative, 918,
Main Street, Cumberland Phone
Pleasant Work For Women!
Ladies, why work fifty-four hours
a week, when you can earn more
working three hours each day, and
be your own boss? This is your
golden opportunity. Send fifty cents
in coin for sample and particulars.
MOTS BEAUTY CO.,
619 Joliet Street,
(44t) LaSalle, Illinois.
Fine Cattle For Sale
I have 48 head of fancy feeding
steers for sale. Will weigh around
1,000 pounds; also 18 head yearling
T. J. LEWIS,
Frankort, Ky., Route 1,
(28-tg) Home Phone 425.
Live Wires Wanted
To sell small, low-pricod farm tractors.
Nationally advertised. Big commis
sions. Exclusive territory. Write NOW.
R. R. RIDGEWAY, Distributor
407 e. Broadway, Louisville,' Ky.
265icres slightly rolling, seven miles from Jef
fersonrille, -well improved, 40 acre3in wheat.
294 acres practically level, located four miles
from Charleston. Improvements consist of a rood
house of eight rooms and batn. large barn with
milk house attached, new silo, 'large double cribs
and number of other out buildings. 50 acres of this
farm are in blue grass, 40 acres in orchard grass
and clover, 15 acres in timothy and clover and 30
acres In clover. Price $100 per acre.
511 acres extiaordinarily well improved, 70 acres
in wheat, located 3 miles from Charleston. Price
$ 100 per acre.
. 243 acres well improed. f0 acres in wheat, 4
miles from Charleston. Prices $100 per acre.
179 acres well improved, 34 miles from Charles
ton. Price 116.000.
103 acres, fair improvements, 1 miles from
Charleston. Price $75 per acre.
174 acres adjoining city limits of Sellersburg,
two complete sets of impro ementa, 50 acres in
wheat. Price $13,000.
All of the above farms are lime stone, on good
pikes, in a high stato of cultivation and are in
Clark County, Indiana.
These are but a few of the many bargains'that we
have to offer and v,e suggest that you come to Jef
ferson ville, so that we can show you just what we
have. Our farms range in size from 30 acres up
ward and are all located on good pikes within 20
miles of Louisville.
VOIQT INSURANCE AND REALTY CO.
ftm II Jaffcrsonvill, Indiana Yilftllfc.
full width, giving
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is done ih rich plush, without biri&Sf Altered
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ine main compartment accommodates two disanocrmg seats, which
are built for genuine comfort. ' ""
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When Better Automobiles Are Built BUICK Will Build Tlierri
C. S. BALL GARAGE
Truck and Cars For
Serviceable truck and cars for hire
at reasonable rates. Taxicab service
day and night.
S. R. HUDNALL,
Both Phones. At Ruggles Garage.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Robert B. Lyne, de
ceased, are requested to present
them, properly proven as required by
law, to the undersigned Administra
tor, at the Farmers' & Traders'
Bank, in Paris, Ky., for payment.
All persons knowing themselves
indebted to the estate of the said
Robert B. Lyne are requested to call
on the undersigned Administrator
and make prompt and full settle
ment of such indebtedness.
WALLACE W. MITCHELL,
Administrator of Robert B. Lyne.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Mrs. Sallie E. Bashford,
deceased, will please present them,
properly proven, as required by law,
to the undersigned Adminstrator, at
the Peoples and Deposit Bank &
Trust Company, corner of Main and
Fourth streets, Paris, Ky.
All persons knowing themselves
indebted to the estate of the said
Mrs. Sallie E. Bashford, deceased,
are requested to call and make
prompt and full settlement of such
CLARENCE K. THOMAS,
Administrator of Mrs. Sallie E. Bash
SAVE the LEATHER
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Pourth and Pleasant Streets,
AawJeigh's AH Medi
cine Hog Mixture
Quality First; Results Assured.
Try 100 pounds. Money refunded If
t satisfied. Cost one-fifth of a cent
r average dose.
Dall Cumberland Phone 487; Horn
lone 256, for further Information.
JL 0. BTDDLE,
The Eawleierfi Man.
Fruit and Shade Trees
Free Illustrated Catlog.
H. F. Hillenmeyer &Sons
JOHN WHITE & GO.
and full value paid
to its stability.
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