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TH BOUMON
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Mitchell & Son
SEAL ESTATE AGENTS
No. 9 West Sixth Street
' Paris, Ky.
Pirst Door West of Tanners and
Traders Bank
yje Have What Yon Want In The
Beal Estate lane
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CIGARETTE
PAINT
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GET OUR PRICES ON
Pa nts
Varn shes
Oils, Etc.
1' Tht Best Goods at the
Best Prices.
See Us Before You Buy.
mm & son
Druggists Both Phones
JL new size package !
Ten for 10c. .
"Very convenient.
Dealers carry both;
lOforlOc; 20for20c.
It's toasted.
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ftaltlfh's Great Work.
B. Gk WsJli wasn't the first to write
I World history of his own conception,
fct faalttr feaMfh antedated him by
faersl huadrtd years. Raleigh's
"History at fee World" was a volumi
nous and painstaking work, showing
evidences at profgnnd scholarship and
research. It was composed while he
was a pitocier in the Tower of Lon
don, and It was one of the marvels of
the time, that a man, under such cir
cumstances, and so far removed from
sources of research, could have been
able to undertake and carry through
such a task.
MISS1 HOWS
' FAMOUS
HOME-MADE
CANDIES
THE MOST
APPRECIATED GIFT
AT
GRADUATION
AND
COMMENCEMENT
Argentina Not a Paradise.
The distribution of rain seems to
be poorly managed in the Argentine?'
if the country is not suffering from
drought, It is apt to be complaining
of floods, or, in the warmer and more
fertile north, of the locusts, which
sometimes sweep from the wilderness
of the Chaco In such clouds that the
project has seriously been considered
of erecting an enormous net, support
ed, perhaps, by balloons, against
them. Harry A. ' Franck in Century
Magazine.
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Do You Know Kapor?
The Borneo camphorwood or kaper
has a pronounced camphor odor when
fresh, says the American Forestry
Magazine. It belongs to the dlptero
carp family, nearly all of the trees of
which are resinous.
PABIS PEOPLE EKHJRE IN WIN
CHESTER HISTORY
Thfi tpnrinp awav of the ol(T
building on Fairfax! street, in Win
chester, "now called Lexington ave
nue, t5 be replaced by the new
rioiintv TTieh sp.hool building, re
calls some very interesting facts in
the early-history of thatcity. The
property was built about 105 years
ago, and was. formerly the home of
Hon. Samuel Hanson, who reared
his family there, and was modelled
in exterior design after the first
Clark County Court House.
After the death of Samuel Hanson
in 1856, the executor sold the place
in 1860, to the late Thornton Lewis,
who resided there until his death,
and his widow sold it to Major M. F.
Lowe and wife, the latter being a
sister of Gen. John S. Williams, (the
nolitical rival of the Hansons.) Mrs.
Lowe left it to her niece, Mrs. Fan
nie Bean, who owned and occupied
it until it was sold to the County
High School last year.
Mr. Hanson had five sons. The
eldest, Richard H. Hanson, was a
noted lawyer, and because of a crip
pled limb was unfitted for army ser
vice. He afterward moved. to Paris,
and represented Bourbon county in
the Legislature.
Of the four sons, two served, in the
Federal'ahoTtwo in the Confederate
army.
Roger W. Hanson was a noted
Clark county lawyer. He served as
a lieutenant under General (then
Captain) John Stuart Williams,
whose company won the heights in
the battle of Cerro Gordo, in the
Mexican War. He later made the
race against Gen. Williams for the
Legislature from Clark County, and
was defeated.
At the beginning of the Civil War,
he made .the race for Congress, but
TV donated. He entered tne con
federate army and became, a Briga
dier General, and met his death at
Stone River;
Col. Chas. S. Hanson was a Fed
eral Colonel and .participated in many
famous battles,- the last being it
Saltville, Va., where he commanueu
the Federal troops, which were or
dered by General Burbridge to
.charge the Confederate troops uu-
aer uenerai juuu o. u"""
trenches on the heights. The charge
met with a bloody repulse, and Col
onel Hanson fell from his horse seri
ously wounded when near the breast
works. ...
Recognizing him. Gen. Williams
with his aides and colored body ser
vant, "Rebel'-' John Williams, who
died recently, leaped over the pap
o a tnnir r.o. Hanson to his
own tent, and had him attended by
his own surgeon.
Col. Hanson partially, recovered,
and afterwards practiced, law in
Winchester. He married Miss Wheel
er, of Clark county, and later moved
to Paris. . ,
The two younger sons, Samuel ana
Ike fought on opposite sides-during
the civil war.
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We'll make it Pve got Lee Punctittfe-proofs'
TpHAT'S the big idea. You put Lee
JL Puncture-proof tires on your car and stop
worrying stop worrying about punctures
aad.blow-quts about delays, frequent tire
changes and too-frequent tire purchases.
Lee 'Puncture-proof tires give greater tiro
mileage safer and more satisfactory service
than any other pneumatic tires you can buy.
Because Lee Puncture-proof tires are equal
in material and manufacture to other stand
ard pneumatics they excel all others in this:
that they are puncture-proof. They carry our
cashrefund guarantee against puncture.
We will equip your car with Lee Puncture-'
proof tires on this basis.
Thr
layer
ef cast-
hardened
Steel discs
imbedded in
pure lubber are
built into every Lee
Puncture-proof tire.
Corsage Bosquets
a . Specialty
Cruel and Unusual Punishment.
There is no cruelty so refined and
so effective as that of restricting the
personal publicity of a man Who loves
it Philadelphia Public Ledger.
TANLAC
PROVED
nun
S. P. M0HNEY
Chiropractor
FIFTH YEAR IN PARIS
iMIHIIII IIIHIIIM
GLAD SURPRISE
K'-O J?1L ,
Mrs. Worley Says It Has Entirely
Restored Her Health and She
Feels like New Woman
Nothing Known of lta Value. -Cleopatra
had a warranted preven
tive of baldness, or a snre cure. Pos
slbly ahe intended to employ it to
whsedle Caesar or buy off rebellions
Pothinus. Perhaps she planned to
present it to Antony as a surprise at
TaraOB. Possibly she held up the gift
in a mode of feminine fickleness, and
bad It in her reticule 'at Actium, and
thrtufh the power of that tsltifian
draw Antony after her in frenzied por
soH,J and in Ignominious retreat.
There is nothing in the discoveries at
Egyptologists to warrant belief that
Cleopatra's hair restorer had an ac
tual value. Exchange.
a BHi4MUiUKUJMr'AINY
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It Will Grow.
Democracy can never be extended
by force, as you would fling a net over
a flock of birds; but give it a chance
and it will grow, as a tree grows, by
sending down Its roots into the heart
of humanity and lifting its top toward
the light and spreading its arms wider
and wider until all the persecuted
flocks of heaven find refuge beneath
its protecting shade. Henry Van
Dyke.
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Adding to the Dictionary. V
New words appear now and then.
The old-time real estate agent is now
a "realtor," and the one-time under
taker is a ''mortician. The other day
a hobo cams into get a dime and said
he was a lelsurlst And so it "goes.
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"Seeing America First" is becom
ing an everyday occurrence with, the
spectators at the Olympic games.
Springfield Union.
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WiLLIAM K. fiAQAN (rybN
1 AP-CHITECT. (5- ENGINEER..
PAtLI. KY.
TW.ST NATIONAL 5ANK
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COAL
I have opened a coal yard near
the Wilson Seed! Mills. Ivwill
Bell direct from the mine to the
consumer. I sell the best coal in
the State. It makes the hottest
fire, holds heat longer and burns
up cleaner than any other coal.
Prices include delivery.
Block and Lump $8.00
Furnace Coal $5.50
Steam Coal $5.50
Heatinf Stove Coal $.5.50
"I have spent hundreds of dollars
in all kinds of medicines trying ,to
get relief, but it was only when I
got Tanlac that my troubles disap
pear ed." said Mrs. A. worley, 01 ill
Fifteenth street. Ashland, Ky.
"I had no appetite and my stomach
was in such a bad condition tnat gas
would form, causing a terrible de
pression around my heart and almost
shntt.insr off mv breath. I would be-
some so nauseated that I could scarce
ly retain the little I did eat, and at
times I had such awful headaches
ptiH dizzv sneils I could hardly see.
My kidneys bothered me a great deal
and my back pained me so I couldn't
bend over without suffering agony.
I was almost a nervous wreck and
at night sleep was almost impossi-
"Tanlac has certainly proved a
a glad surprise to me for it has taken
only-two bottles to overcome all my
troubles. My appetite is wonderful
and I never feel a sign of indigestion-
or gas, my breathing is free and
easy and I no longer have those dizzy
spells. My kidneys don't bother me
any more and my back is entirely
free from pain. My nerves are in
such good condition that I don't wake
up during the night, and I am much
better in every way. I simply feel
like a new person." (adv)
Mors Light on the Adam Family.
Referring to the recent statement
of a scientist that the Garden of Eden
was located in Ohio, we are reminded
of the Scotch laird who told a famous
sinjrer that Gaelic was the 'language
of Adam. The singer afterward spoke,
laughingly of the claim to another
Scotchman, who remarked in all se
riousness, "The laird was quite richt
Dinna ye ken that the Garden of Eden
was in Scotland? Dinna ye ken that
Adam's name was McPherson?" Bos
ton Transcript.
McCORMICk AND DEERING
BINDERS
Are the Best Made, The Best are the
Cheapest.
W.Ji HOWARD
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Washington's Religion.
There has been considerable contro
versy over the extent to which relig
ious belief entered into Washington's
character. His own chronicles show
that most of his Sundays, except dur
ing the presidency, when he felt
obliged to set an example, he spent in
answering letters, going over his ac
counts, hunting or doing any business
that those with whom he was negoti
ating had no scruples. In choosing
people to work for him he' set up no
barriers 'of creed, judging men from
the standpoint of honesty, industry
and ability.
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Her Description.
A bright ten-year-old girl, whose.
father was addicted to amateur pho
tography, attended a trial at court tht
other day for the first time. This was
her account of the judge's charge:
The judge made a long speech to the
jury of 12 men, and then sent them off
into a little dark room to develop."
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Oil in North America '
Oil was known to the Indians and
used by them for medicinal purposes.
It was first obtained from the surfacs
of creeks and as a product .of salt
wrilfl Ftfwln T. rtrfllrf drillpd thft first
oil well in the United States La Asgttit, I
lftfttf nMv All C.itv. Pa- The' first dis-l
cbvery.of H in Canada -was mads la
1857 near Petrolia, Ont
The purified and refined
calomel IrMets that are
naiisealesG, ssf e and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Price 35c
SlyffiMmriiin
Smelts Like Onlan.
The kalim ef the .Philipflasa ani
Malay Panlnaala Jdvta forth a
trum-mm sars'the
Forestry Msastlss, iralls 43a
Grain feSd'kolWs only ptf;
th chick, which mkM erwny.
stekly.bad-fwthtrrt poultry lattr
SIMCO OATMCAU BUTTEH-
MILK CHICK MASH supplies nour-
tshment not found In grain, such as
Hjtttnnilk. swt whoUsom imat,
pulverixtA peanut ktmols and a largo
ttrioty of other Inoreo-ienU, all for a pur-
' n mkinii itump. full-breaste i full-.
ifeatherod. strong. hoalhy poultry In eon-
dltion to waN off fatal diseases. It eosU
less to use Simco. You roise more ano" W
tor chicks. Save a month In eoolop4nf.
ir your NEAREST DEALER DOCS NOT
HAVE SIMCO, refuee a swkotHuto ano) write us
we wM swpptyow fo pieyor station.
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We are exclusive agents in Bourbon cbunty
f or McCormiek and Deering Binders. We have
them in stock Also PLENTY OF GENUINE
REPAIRS. Take no substitute, for there is none
that is '"just as good."
All Kinds of Farm Implements
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