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  • oHE BOURBON ENTTTCKY APRIL 37 1909NEWS PAR tir>

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    For further write oron HARRIS Agent

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    Clothes Cleaned Pressedand Repaired

    JFKenricksThe french Dry Cleaner

    506 Main Street Paris Ky

    Curtains and Portiers Cleanedin the Best Manner

    Ladies Silk Waists and Dresses

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    Ladies and Gentlemens WorkDone in FirstClass Style

    Work Called for and DeliveredPHONES 177

    Charles Mason Forsyth

    AUCTIONEER

    Offers his services to the people ofBourbon and surroundingSatisfaction guarantee or no chargecharge

    Specialty of Live Stock RealBank Stock

    Twentyfive yearsOrders left at THE BOURBON

    office will receive prompt attention

    G S Varden Jos S Varden

    If you want your perscriptions filled accurately andpromptly and with the purestdrugs bring them to us Askthe doctor

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    WHEN THE LIGHT OF LIFEis extinguished it remains to see

    the departed is notThe best token of remembrance is afitting

    MONUMENTIt need not be expensive though youcan have it so if you like But itshould be tasteful and of appropriatedesign Such monuments can

    in many varieties of shapes andHzes make them to order Theprices in no case are unreasonable

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    Day Trip to St LouisBy leaving Paris on L N train

    with the B 0 train leaving Cincinnati 12 oclock noon

    St Louis at 8 oclock same evening This train carries elegant highoack seat coaches Dining and Parlorcars and makes direct connection inSt Louis Union Station with all Western and Northwestern and Southwestern lines Other B O SW StLouis fast trains leave Cincinati 2 30a m 9 00 a m and 9 15 p m Forinformation has to rates and otherparticulars consult your local ticketagent or address

    S T SEELYT P A B 0 SW R R

    531 Traction Bldg Cincinnati 0Mayleot

    State Wide Billg The Florida House of

    Friday passed the McMullenstatewide prohibition bill The measure now goes back to the Senate forconcurrence in two amendments ofminor importance The bill providesfor question of statewide prohibition to the voters of Florida in 1910

    A Hurry Up CallQuick Mr Druggist Quick A box

    of Bucklens Arnica aquarter for the love of Moses hurryBabys burned himself

    cut himself with the

    She got it and soon cured all the family Its the greatest healer on earthSold by Oberdorf the druggist

    Native Dance in FijiA very curious and exceedingly

    clever dance may be witnessed inFiji called by the natives the sugar

    or sugarcane dance Itrepresents the growth of the

    The Only

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    The average man saves is what heputs into life insurance

    And this kind of saving not onlymakes ample provision for his ownold age

    But provides immediate protection to family and busiaess interests if he should die

    There an Equitable

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    HENRY J POWELL MgrEquitable Bldg Louisville ky

    L BLACKERBY AgentPARIS KY

    MISS JESSIE BROWN

    EmbroideryMaterials

    Dolls and FancyE Tenn Phone 716

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    SPECIALTY OF5 Sharpening Saws

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    This is the trademark of

    Scotts Emulsionand is on every bottle of it soldin the world which amountsto several millions yearlyWhyBecause it has madeso many sickly children

    many pale anaemic girls andrestored to health so manythousands in the first stagesof ConsumptionS-end this advertisement together withname of in appearsyour address and four cents to cover

    and we will send aComplete Handy Atlas of the World

    SCOTT BOWN33 Pearl St NY

    MILLERSBURG ITEMS

    Fresh fish at ProctorsMrs S D Dodson improves

    Mrs H D Jones is able to sit up

    about wall paper You canfind it at MOCKS

    Elder J D Waters of Glasgowspent Friday night here

    Mr J whohas spent thewinter in Florida returned Friday

    Lace curtain stretchers and newline of porch furniture at Mocks

    Mrs A F Brown and Mr GarrettMann continue about the same

    Mr J T Jefferson spent Tuesdayand Wednesday of last week in Maysville

    Mrs JH Carpenter who has beenwith her daughter Mrs Chas Friendat Irvine has returned

    Miss Watson of Ashland spentfrom Saturday till Tuesday with herbrother Cadet Watson at M M I

    Mr C W Howard and Dr C BSmith attended the funeral of Mrs DW Howe at Carlisle Friday afternoon

    Judge T P Wadell and Mr J FMcDaniel attended the I 0 0 F banquet at Cynthiana Friday night

    Quite a number from here attended the C W B M and Sunday School

    Mrs Frank Boyd of Mt Sterling

    Dickerson a former student of MFCThe Knight Templar degrees

    conferred on Elder W A Gardner andMr James Burroughs Thursday afternoon and evening by the Carlisle Commandery

    Mrs W F Cheatham of CarlisleMrs Liliie Sageser son and daughterFrances and Myrtle Sageser of

    are guests of Mr and Mrs JH Campbell

    Rev C Tague a returned missionary from Japan preached at theMethodist church Sunday morning andevening He is a former student of

    chruch preached for Dr Evans Sunday at Carlisle

    Millersburg Military Institute defeated the Lexington High School Saturday by a score of 10 to 2 Barringthe first three innings when the visitors were the game wasfast The were Guines one

    FOR will sell from mylot the twostory frame building onNorth Main street adjoining my residence The building is large and

    quite an amount ot valuable lumber which is in a good state of

    Suitable for barn stable oroutbuildings Please call and inspectThe property can be bought rightThis is your opportunity

    MRS LOU F CONWAY

    Regular Harvesting of PeasPeas are harvested in California

    Just as wheat and other crops arefarther east

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    spring display MillineryModels that will please themost fastidious woman both asto the unique original stylesand the price

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    5 HONOR ROLL

    Report For April Shows Average

    Attendance 501 in White School

    White and Colored Schools m

    Prosperous Condition

    MONTHLY REPORTTo the Board of Education

    ParisGentlemen

    It is my pleasure to report anotherexcellent months work in the PublicSchools One could not easily findschools of the size of these that arebetter organized or that operatesmoothly than do both the white and

    schools of this city They areunquestionably in a prospreous condi

    The attendance has been reduceda little by sickness Total enrollment

    white schools 501 colored schools 263

    is doing most excellent work and undoubtedly is of great importance in thetraining of the children A mandolin

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    Afgood Honor Roll is presented thismonth Many pupils made grades sufficient but fell in deportment or

    Miss Frances Hancock ofthe Senior class leacis the whole schoolwith an averagegrade of 99 per cent

    HONOR ROLLGRADE IB

    Omer Derton George Erion 94Nelson McKenney 92 Hiram Morrow92i Henry Trumbo 90 Lane LuaK 90

    lipton 92 Goldie Campbell 94Edith Culbertson 93 Virginia Huddleston 93 Margaret Speakes 93 BessieGifford 95 Ella May McKenney 93

    GRADE IAEdward Myers 95 Rene Houslon

    Clark Lowry AVngsparger 94A L Rice 91 Julian Snapp 92UsseryTamul 94 Virginia Dundon 94

    Lou Stamler 93 ChristineMcCord94 Agnes Turner 93 Bessie Sprowle93 Dorothy Tingle 95 Imogene Moore92

    GRADE IIElenor Lytle 95 Cornelius James 95

    Palmer Myers 94 Margaret Ratliff 94Martha Settle 94 Virginia Heckman93 Edward Sparks 93 LilianEwalt 91

    GRADE III BFannie Heller 92 Sallie Crowe 91

    Galloway 91 Lucile Godman 90Chas Thomas 90

    GRADEEvelyn Friedman 93 John Brannon

    92 John C Clay 92 Amy Rairden 90GRADE VI B

    Meta ONeill 91GRADE

    John T Redmon 95GRADE IV

    Mamie Wagoner 90 Hattie Hughes90 Campbell 90 Frances Settle90 Harold Ewalt 90

    GRADEMaud McFarland 95 VellalMastin

    95 Willie Mastin 94 Bessie ONeill92 Edith Shive 90 May Endicott 90Landen Templin 92 Margaret Hughes94 Margaret Shane 90

    GRADE VAElizabeth Watts 94 Edna McMillen

    93 Willie Waggoner 92 Irene Veatch93 Edith Mellinger 92 Matt HumeBedford 91 William Peddicord 91Clarke Wilson 91 Marion Douglas 96

    GRADE VIEdward Myall 968 Hazel Duvall 95

    Eli Friedman 95 Sello Wollstpin 95Grace Crowe 94 Ida Mae Erion 94Jake baloshin 94 Charles Dickerson 93Annie Embry 93 Harmon Stitt 93Ruth Chambers 92 Wayne Cottingham92 Elmer Thompson 91 Curtis Sadler 90

    GARDELina Crowe 95 Grace McCord 96

    Gertrude Slicer 95 Landy Watts 95Creswell Carson 93 Ellen Henry 94Ida Eaynter b3 Emmett Curtis 90

    GRADE VIIIEdna Keller 90 Blair Varden 90

    John Stuart 92 Maud Fitzpatrich 92Earl Dickerson 93 GC Thompson 93Olive Paul 94 Clara Chambers 95Lena Thompson 95 Duke Brown 96Clara Beets 97 Elsie Heller 97

    SENIOR CLASSLillian Dejarnett 95 Sallie LGrimes

    92 Margaret Grinnan 98 Frances Hancock 99 Lou K Howard 94 Essie Saloshin 94 Edith Stivers 95 Birdie Wollstein 98 Richard Clark 95 Leo Hawes95 Ellis Hayden 97 William Talbott93 Ewdardj Tipton 95 Jesse Kennedy90

    JUNIOR CLASSNell Ljnviile 90 Sidney Ardrey 96

    Sam Atlas 95 Maurice Burnaugh 96Davis Hutchcraft 92 Gilbert Lytle 93James McClure 92

    SOPHOMORE CLASSMargaret Buchanan 97 Mary MClay

    95 Helen Desha 97 Frieda Heller 97Katherine Rassenfoss 95 NannieStivers 93 Marie D Talbott 96 HazelWollbtein 95 William Chisholm 90Earl Galbreath 94 John Price 97George Rassenfoss 95 John K Vansant 90

    FRESHMAN CLASSFrances Clay 25 Ellen Towles 94

    GEO W CHAPMANSuperintendent

    Genealogical TreesI make little account of genealogical

    trees Mere family never mfide a mangreat Thought and deed not

    the passports to enduringfame Gen Skobeleff

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    Belgium more varieties of beer are forsale than in any other country Allthe European breweries have theiragents in this fortunate country andsome beers are sold theretoo When the reputation of Germanyas T leer country is remembered itsterns odd to think of Belgium takingin more kinds

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