OCR Interpretation


The Bourbon news. [volume] (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, June 10, 1921, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86069873/1921-06-10/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for PAGE TWO

K3
-
K
r.
i
TAG TWO
THK BOURBON N1WS, FAKIS, JUBNTUCKT
w
ftot Afraid f That En.
Gkttys was visiting her graadfa
' farm In Minnesota. '' They had
xmtbar frisky dog with whom aha
te play. One day as her grand-
iatfcar came oat of the house he dls
rrared Gladys pulling the dog's tall,
m he said : "The dog will bite you If
ysu don't stop." Gladys looked up and
aid: "That end don't bite." Chicago
AjBSrican.
Small but Don't Taata.
Myrall or violetwood of Australia
the product of-two species of Acacia,
has ttkf delightful scent of violets
wfelss. kecoaaes very pronounced when
Mat wsrked, says the American For
astry Magazine. If one wishes to ra
tals a high opinion of this wood it Is
wttl not to taste it.
Of the Family ef Smith. ,
The man who spells bis same wits
a "y" aadm tnal "ew is not the bom
bastic Smith that many suppose; the
name was Originally spelled in this
manner. Gold and silver smiths, of
course, wen men who worked in
these metals; brownsmltfr was a man
who' worked in bronze; 'a greensmith
worked In lead. The word name Na
smith is thought to be derived from
nallsmith.
Trout a Cannibal
The trout is cannibalistic, feed
ing upon Its own kind- when necessity
compels, says the American Forestry
Magazine, and. in numerous instances
when necessity does not compel.
MoncF dbck wimouc question
if HUNT'S GUARANTEED
SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES
1 (Hunt's Salve and Soap), fail in
the treatment of Itch, Eczema,
Ringworm, Tetter or other itch
mar akin diseases. Try tnia
treatment at our risk.
VABBEN & SON,
Paris, Ky.
When Milk Is About to "Turn."
If you thnik milk Is nearlng the
"turn" a pinch of baking soda often
overcomes the difficulty and saves the
milk as well as the "day," in the sea-
j son of many and unexpected guests.
o
Not Inclined to .Explain.
The average man is perfectly will
ing, after he has made a lucky mis
take, to have It referred to as "a
stroke of centus."
NEWS JOES FUST;
Drum-Beat in Africa Has Tele
graphic Speed:
tllMllllllllllllH!lMMHMMHHnHlHHMIIHM
GEORGE R. DAVIS
UNDERTAKER
Distinctive Service
BOTH TELEPHONES
Day Kigl11
iiiiiiii'uiiuiimiiiiiiiMinimiiiniiiiiiiii
WE HAVE ON DISPLAY
and can make IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
a larger stock of finished
Granite Monuments
than all other dealers in Central Kentucky. No agents.
No commissions. Guaranteed quality.
THE MURRAY & THOMAS CO.
Cumberland Phone 71 PARIS, KENTUCKY'
Become a Saver!
Buy a Lexington Utilities Bond and help
the growth of the Blue Grass Community. '
Bonds sold at 90 either for cash or on a
-monthly payment plan.
"is - 4 5
YIELD 7.6
We pay 6 per cent, interest on all monthly
payments, also refund the nominal Fed
eral Income Tax and the Kentucky State
4-miIl tax. Ask any employe. aJf JSk
7S&J
ja
Lexington Utilities Company
(Incorporated in Kentucky)
156 West Main St.
Lexington, Ky.
DO WINIWITH THE
PRICES
Henry Ford ha6 come to
the rescue .again with a
substantial cut in prices
of all Cars and Trucks.
Now is the time to buy a
car.
let us tell
Come in and
you about it
RUGGLES
MOTOR COMPANY
Marvelous System of Signaling Hat
Long Been One of the Wonders
of the World:
News is carried by drum-beat in
Africa at a rate as fast as the tele
graph, write A. S. Crawley in the
LpiKtyn Daily Mail. .
"The natives of Central Africa have
a wonderful jgy stem of signaling from
village to village by drum-beat," he
says.
"Generally the property of the chief,
these -official drums, which are many,
forming a set of varying size, are as
a rule of the species Ifnown as incision-drum.
This is a long, narrow,
hollow cylinder, made from a tree
trunk, with the ends closed.
"The drum is placed in v either a
horizontal or vertical position, the for
mer producing the best results. Big
drums carry more than ten miles.
"By relay a message may travel
1,000 miles in little more than the
velocity of sound. v
"The driim-telephone depends upon
-an elaborate code of sounds. Eu
ropean travelers often order their din
ner and night's lodging at the next
village by a drum-message. The vil
lagers use it as we use a postal, tele
graph and telephone sen Ice and
there are no charges.
"For the home service the' drum
plays the part also of the church bell,
the clock, the town crier and the daily
newspaper. For instance, Rev. James
Roscoe, whose African adventures and
discoveries have recently been report
ed, notes -that" it announced a birth
or a death, the new moon' and the week
ly fast day. ,
"To help understanding of the mar
velous code, as complete as a lan
guage, the remarks of Sir Arthur B.
Ellis (writing of West Africa) are in
point:
" 'To a European the rhythm of a
drum expresses nothing beyond a re
petition of the same note at different
Intervals of time, but to a native it
expresses much more. To him the
drum can and does speak, the sounds
produced from it forming words and
the whole measure of rhythm a sense.'
"Thus, at a dance of 'companies,' in
one measure they abuse the men of
another company . . . then the rhythm
changesand the gallant deeds of their
own company are extolled. All this,
and much more, is conveyed by the
beating of drums, and the native ear,
trained to detect and interpret each
beat, is never at fault."
Camtflt MtftftferHMtML
It It often convenient to have a ce
ment tbatywiU resist considerable tem
peratures. tHere Is the. recipe for" a
good heat-withstanding cement: Take
fifty parts of sulphur, one part of
resin and one part of tallow. Take
these ingredients together and add fine
powdered glass to form a paste. Tills
cement must be heated before being J
usea.
LOSt
i Somewhere, on the streets of Paris,!
ing ladies' wearing apparel. The
name of Mrs. B. D. Bosworth on tag
attached to handle.
Suitable reward for return to THE
NEWS office. (7-2t)
FM5AT, TON 1. lttt.
9B
'lrMMMl'MM"1 PP PMPMWlafr
! ' First Class CeaT ,
1 - i s
t . A- -.
EXCURSION
II
Wanted
CINCINNATI
and return
via
$2.35-L. & N.-$2.35
Sunday, June 19, 1921
.
Special train -will leave Paris at
8:20 a. m.; returning will leave
Fourth Street Station, . Cincinnati,
6:30 p. m., standard time, (7:3Q p. m.
City Time). For further informa
tion, consult Local Ticket Agent!
To buy used furniture. Highest
price paid for furniture or anything
of value. Call Cumb. Phone 660.
BOURBON" FURNITURE CO.,
"210 Main Street
7June-tf)
For Sale
One-tdn Truck; bargain;, price
$225.00.
RUGGLES MOTOR CO.
(6may-tf)
We carry a supply of first-cUd
coal at all times. '
We will deliver by truck to any
part of the country at very reaaoaa
ble prices.
MANSFIELD & JEFFERSON,
Paris, Ky.
E. T. Phone 711.
Home Phone 510.
(F-tf)
Lost
Somewhere in or around Paris, a
radiator cap, with motor meter at
tached. Finder please return to
DR. R. R. MCMILLAN,
may31-tf) Paris, Ky.
Planing MiU
We are prepared to do all kinds
of planing mill work.
Window Screens, Door Screens and
odd work a specialty.
MANSFIELD & JEFFERSON, '
Paris, Ky.
S. T. Phone 711.
Home Phone 510.
v (T-tf)
To the People of Paris and
Surrounding Country
I will open a photograph studio
at No. 7, Broadway, opposite court
house, Paris. If you want good,
finely-finished photos at a reasona
ble price, call and give me a trial.
Will be open for business in about
10 days.
(3-2wks) M. CL DORA.
Hfium nriii4if iiiiiriiilirit-tMiititnnHiimiumnnnnminniii
Midget Babies Often Thrive.
Parents whose children are abnor
mally small at birth can take heart,
for recent; njures show that tiny In
fants frequently grow, m a,uite robust,
and of normal proportions. Accord
ing to the observations of an English
doctor, a girl baby born 13 years ago,
to a Mrs. Warwick of Barrow-in-Furness,
for instance, weighed only one
and three-qarter pounds. She now
turns the scale at 150 pounds, and is
an exceptionally healthy and intelli
gent child.
Even more remarkable is the case
of Leonard Merrick, who stands over
6 feet high and weighs 180 pounds, all
brawn and muscle and sinew. At his
birth, 25 years ago, he weighed only
15 ounces, his head was not much big
ger than a billiard ball, the mouth
was only just about the size of the
end of a pencil, and the mother's wed
ding ring would slip easily up the arm'
as high as theyshoulder.
A, baby exhibited at one of the meet
ings of the British Obstetrical society
weighed only 20 ounces and the Medi
cal Times once announced the birth of
one that turned the scale at exactly
one pound. Both these grew up strong
and healthy, and of normal propor
tions. In short, a small infant seems
likely to do as well as a big one, al
ways provided, of course, that it sur
vives the perils of babyhood.
Rivals.
Gilbert K. Chesterton said the oth
er day in New York:
"I am sick of the great horde of
free verse poets, that has sprung up
among us. These little wretches grind
out a few hundred words of silly twad
dle that is without rhyme and with
out reason, and then they think them
selves the superiors of Swinburne.
"At the Greenwich village tea yes
terday a scrawny little free verse poet
said:
"Tm awfully sorry D'Annunzio
has capitulated, you know.'
" 'Are you?' asked an old maid In
tandals. 'Why?'" x
. " 'Notwithstanding our already, over
crowded market,' said the poet, 'that
duffer is sure to start writing poetrjr
again.' "
Novel Coiffure.
Oil-soaked hair is a novel form of
coiffure introduced by the Russian b'al
let, which recently opened in Paris.
The women dancers have cut their
hair short and so saturated it with
oil that it looks like a skullcap. Their
eyebrows are painted in a long fine
line, which runs right back to the
vroots of the hair, giving the face the
appearance of a Polish doll.
Practical.
"The time has come," said Mr.
Brick's wife, "when woman may for
sake the light, ephemeral things of life
and take up-yfce heavy subject.".
And her husband rejoined wearily,:
"Are you going to mite Dre&ja at n
again, Maria?" , "
HOME-
There's No Place Like It!
After all there's no place like home say what you like. And what a beautiful
home such furniture will make as that we are illustrating here, out in our lm- t
X mense stocks you will find many other items just the furniture you have always
wanted and dreamed of furniture for every room in the home fromthe kitchen
to the bedroom. If you are interested in furnishing a home complete be .sure to
see our complete home outfits but whether you want furniture for the entire
home or just a single piece you will find, in our stocks, furniture of interest.
What This Porch Set
Means
fjtk "v 4Zs te B k HSv -tr .- p V x ' jp fy j X. Jr
$265.00
Four Dandy Pieces
Specially Priced . .
Here is your opportunity to get a dandy four-piece bed
room suite for the low price quoted above. Consists of
tall triple 'mirrored vanity dresser, roomy chifforobe, bow
end bed and dressing table.
Special prices on all Porch Sets
and Swings. Let us' show you
how you can make the porch thej
best room in your home.
Something New in a
Cedar Chest
A Cedar Chest is more than just
a 'protection -for clothes from
moths it is an object of beauty
as well. This one combines the
rich grain of carefully matched
Just the Suite
Your Home . .
for
$290.00
t
This is just the dining room suite that you should have
in your home. It is fashioned in an unusually attractive
cedar with a novel and-beautiful Queen Anne Design and finished in a rich walnut. Con
design, making a chest of -ex- sists of buffet, china cabinet, extension tatye, server, one
ceeding grace. arm chair and five plain chairs.
A. F. WHEELER & CO.
.
A
Z
Opp. Cwt Hww CHA. CMfcN, MMMgtr v - ' Parts, KMrtMfcy ?
a
v r. 5" -
v i.- Ad. j. -s, y
rMMIIMMIIIIIMMlUiMIMtiMMMIIMMIMMtlMJIMIIIMMllilMlliliiiiiin
. .- H W.'yr'lA
"'
. v.
A
"5
V 7 .
J- j.
r -
it
,"
'K
v
v
:i
-
. S
H v
i

xml | txt