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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 23 March 1897

I ty i m HN9K4MH fv - i - Pii Pr- U - x S m V sac - - m V t Jm JCjS C I ROYAi POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthfulness Assures the food against alum and all forms of adul teration common to the cheap brands Boyal Baking Powder CO- New YOrk THE BOBBBOJ HEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Published every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BBUCE MILLER Editors and Owners 1Edi Make all Checks Money Orders etc payable to the order of Champ MrLiER Kentuckians After Plums W H Overbey of Henderson wants to be Consul General at Melbourne Australia Ex United States Marshal D J Burchett of Louisa Ky is an appli cant for the consulship at Rio Janerio x Brazil The tariff debate began in the Senate yesterday Now lets have a hair pulling and scratching match between Mrs Fitz simmons and Mrs Corbett and have the whole business over Representative Berry Saturday re introduced forty seven bins mostly pension measures that failed to get through the last C...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 23 March 1897

it A 1 ISP Aa I TIE BQDBBftH NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 fTCn ioied at the Post office at Paris Ky secOJL tss mail matter TELEPHONE NO 124 Brussels carpets 39 cents at J T Hintons per 5 - as SUBSCRIPTION PJR1CES Payablein Advance One year 2 00 1 Six mouths jl00 news costs you cant even get a POBT FBOM A GUN FKEE OF CHARGE Make all Checks Money Orders Etc payable to the order of Champ MiIjLrr yard 2t James Nesbitt of Little Rock has been granted a pension Sunday Mr and Mrs Bnrley of ner Paris nnited by letter with the Chris tian Church Eld J W McGrARVEY of Lexington preached Sunday morning at the Christian Church B H Coyle who sells furniture on the installment plan has moved with his family to Mt Sterling The Monday Night Literary Club met last night with Miss Drusie Bedford 8t Mr Horace Millers The largest line of carpets in Ken tucky at J T Hintons Prices guaran teed Ben Spears and family will move day to Mrs Nannie Halls residence corner of Fifth and High streets to on...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 23 March 1897

M ft - - if- - X rv Jf f ST- KV s v 15 awV K ji v lr v 9v 8iLr rTV t r 6 THE BOURBON NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Published Every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BRUCE MILLER f EdItors and Ovraera ADJUSTING AEEAIKS BY GILBERT BOYLE 1 V tjaWiitS t - for HAD dined with St Croix and we were now on our way to some uninteresting- people who were giving a dance Since entering- the cab the conversation had slackened appar ently we both pos sessed ample food reflection As we rattled over some stones St Croix shouted in mv Youll see her Ingram I had returned from the country that morning- still deep in my thoughts I replied No such luck she is 100 miles from town and I stopped abruptly as I caught a glimpse of his face Fortunately he liad not noticed my observation So I continued grasping- the situation you have once ag ain decided that the leminine interest in your life should be centered in one Ingram old chap he said solemn ly its serious this time I have heard this remark ma...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 23 March 1897

- AGRICULTURAL HINTS IMPROVING ROADS Hints lor District Wliere aiacadam ixiii I3 Too Expensive It is useless to talk of macadamized roads through the great majority of the country towns in most of our states Localities adjacent to great markets may find such work profitable hut the most of our states and particularly the individual towns in our states are too poor to go to the expense entailed by stone surface roads Where it will be a paying investment let this thing be done but for most LONGITUDINAL ROAD DRAIN localities the wisest thing for the pres ent is to expend with economical and judicious care the money that can be raised for highways In the past at least half of the money raised has been wasted Two diagrams are presented Iierewith that suggest a plan for great ly benefiting highways at a small cost In regions where stone walls line the roadways causing drifts in winter let a trench three feet or so in depth be dug along the center of the road and filled with stones from th...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 23 March 1897

sa v t Lt - Jf - - fr irj r -- Er - - 5 i rt A t t rv s - fee K v fcJ K 8 The patrons of Crawford Bros shop ob Main street near Fifth enjoy a -quiet quick and clean service by ex pert barbers in the cosiest shop in Paris Baths in comfortable well equipped bath rooms furnished at the pleasure of patrons tf -- Change Of Time The Quten Crescent changes time Sunday February 28th Schedules be tween Cincinnati and Lexington are shortened up on several trains The Blue Grass Vestibule leaves Cincinnati t 400 p m instead of 4 15 arriving at Junction City at 320 p m Train No 3 leaving Cincinnati at 800 p m Teaches Georgetown 1015 p m North bound train No 6 leaves Somerset 1210 instead of 1225 p m Georgetown 319 and arrives Cincinnati 605 p m Othtr trains practically unchanged See advertisement in another column of W J Bryans new book The First Battle Send your order to Oscar Miller Hutchison Ky agent for Bour bon county tf Southern Baptist Convention Thr Convention meets this year at Wil ming...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 26 March 1897

i - fr t t K I f A 4l T u tfl t i I H is - i v jHS3ftT j ar Att Paris iiiniisliii adWJHL MKrfl y m m TH CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners SEVEMTEENTH YEAR We have received an entire H BOYS illlll ll i jw O ntion n H S STOUT Manager oy BOURBf N N 9 1HIIWS KSRSZSEBRRZSESB Li la Clo m 5 - tllDg We invite one and all to come in and in spect our goods We will give you full value for every penny that you spend with us and shall endeavor to gain your Good Will and Confidence WE HAVE COME TO STAY leas fill in suits at 7i M Sit For The Furnishing Goods Department is Complete Latest Novelties In Hats A SeleotLine of Neckwear at 25c and 50c Special No 1 Working Shirts at 25 cents Remember we make Suits to Order 1350 to 2650 Strictly all wool and guaranteed a fit No misrepresentation One Price price eo vgSttcVsfc 1 yri 5 Arrangements have been perfected by the undersigned to have MRFREDERIC KLANSING the expert cutter in the employ of the well known tailoring house of Reinach Ullman Co of Chicago ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 26 March 1897

Vi I f S IV t l Is-4- it K t 1 A 4 K hFf j AGAIN FRUITLESS Second Ballot for United States Senator for Kentucky Frankfort Ky March 35 Prompt ly at 12 oclock Wednesday the pres ence of the senate of Kentucky headed by President Worthington was formally announced and was received in the house the house members ris ing1 and presenting- a familiar appear ance The roll call showed 13G present 69 being- necessary to a choice The ab sentees were Senator Ogilvie demo crat and the vacant chair of Senator Salyer deceased The first thing in order was a com parison of the vote in separate sessions Tuesday This completed the assem bly proceeded to take the first joint ballot The senate democrats voted for Blackburn the republicans for Hun ter the bolters for Boyle and sound mone3T democrats for Davie and others and the vote in that division of the as sembly showed no change from Tues day The house ballot was without change till the name of Stout dem was reached He voted for Hunter Great exciteme...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 26 March 1897

rf h -S V l A A SONG OF HOMELAND A song a song for Homeland The land -where we wse born -- Of broad and fertile prairies Where grows the golden corn -Of wheat iields like an ocean Of hills where grow the pine The land that we are proud of Your own dear land and mine A song a son for Homeland The land of wheat and corn With milk and honey flowing The land where we were born A song a songfor Homeland No other land so dear No other hills are fairer No other skies so clear We love her vales and valleys Kach suow tipped mountain dome Oh native land from true hearts We sing this song of home A song a song for Homeland The land of wheat and corn With milk and honey flowing The land where we were born A song a song for Homeland Land of the Oolden Fleece Whose hillsides laugh with plenty Whose valleys smile with peace Sometimes cur feet may wander To far lands east or west But still our hearts are steadfast We love the Homeland best A song a song for Homeland The land of wheat and corn With ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 26 March 1897

- IV 3 L HK I r s e3 r v Ui IO n M i li H - iC X it w ll v r f te 14 T V r - i 1 jr t Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthfulness Assures the food against alum and all forms of adul teration common to the cheap brands Koyal Baking Powder C6 New YOrkJ T fJ L 0 0 II 11 P 98 la w L Inl C iUL o y u fill up siLiiu Seventeenth Year Established 1881 jPtiblished every Tueady and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BBTjrSE MILLER Editors and Ovmeri Make all GhecJes Money Orders etc payable to the order of Champ Miiler Attention Candidates All candidates for the various offices in Bourbon County who expect to sub mit their names to the Democratic Primary Election May 22 1897 are re quested to report their names to D C Parrish Secretary on or before April 5 1897 Court day at 10 oclock a in T E Moore td Chrnn Dem Co Com- Having plucked the fruits of his ambition Gov Bradley has discovered to his disgust that they are Sodom apples After sixteen months as Chief Executive of K...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 26 March 1897

i 1 ri - - - r - I at ii i i 3 t r 4r 5- I P S4 rfr MS r NS tax K c t J ii- 4 THE BQUBBOH NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 En teicdat the Post office at Paris Kyt as seco iss mail matter TELEPHONE NO 124 SUBSCRIPTIO V PRICES r Payable in Advance Oneyear 2 00 Sixmouths S 00 news costs you cant even get a itr pout from a gun free of charge Make all Checks Money Orders Etc payable to the order of Champ Miller O gentle Spring Thy praise we sing That were glad yon came you know But say by jing You tickle thing O why did you fetch that snow Brussels carpets 39 cents per yard at J T Hintons Mrs M Parkers millinery openings have been set for April2d and 3d All the ladies are invited Henry Santon and family have moved from Second street to the corner of Twelfth and Pleasant streets The famous Navarre Cafe and hotel at Lexington in which Riley Grannon sunk several thousands is to be opened April 1 by Charles M Rice and W H Floyd of Danville It will be head quarters for sporting men -- P...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 26 March 1897

r K li w f w u B N - - I V u v i - rjx a -9 THE BOURBON NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Published Every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BRUCE MILLER J Editors and Owners MY BEAUTIFUL MOTHER Iseo her again as she sits in her chair Her pure pallid face her silver kist hair -And I think the wide world holds never an other So fair and so sweet as my beautiful mother O my beautiful mother with love in her eyes Which once were asblue as the midsummer skies And a smile on her lips which with ten derness glows The lips which were once as the pink of the rose Your years have been spent in the deeds half divine Which only a mother with love can en f twine And out of the lessons which doubt cannot smother - I turn to the faith of my beautiful mother And once more I kneel at the foot of His throne And ask as a sinner to let me atone Por speech that was reckless of hurt to another And wounded the heart of my beautiful mother - And I say chair A spirit about as I look on her there in he...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 26 March 1897

THE FARMING WORLD j GRINDSTONE DEVICE A Glieap and Effective Method o Get tins All the Speed Needed A correspondent of the Rural Isew Yorker has devised a contrivance for turning a grindstone by means of which one can both turn and grind at the same time with comparative ease The inventor gives the following in structions for constructing the device which is shown in the accompanying cut Take the small sprocket wheels and chain from an eld worn binder or other GRINDSTONE TURNING MADE EASY farm machinery and gear it two to one that is the lower or crank shaft wheel must have twice as many cogs as the oue on the stone shaft Use a stone 20 or more inches in diameter and be sure to get a good one An Amherst is better than a JBerea for all purposes If geared higher than two to one it will turn hard and if much lower it will not turn fast enough It is the fast motion that cuts One may Jlnd an excellent pair of cranks from some old bicycle a friend gave me nunc MANAGEMENT OF SWINE Too Many...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 26 March 1897

- -- r f A s i a-1-- i U O l i I J - I I w J Lw - - m - r i - v T ft v- - i V 3 I r i fr 8 M1LLERSBURG t4 News Notes Gathered In And About The Bure Corn Will pay the highest market price for 1000 barrels 3t S DDodson Miss Mary Ivey matron at the M F C is quite ill Mrs John Connell of Paris returned home yesterday Mr Tom Conway has moved into the flat over O C Popes Attorney Denis Dundon of Paris was here Wednesday on business Mr Fay Thornton arrived Monday day night from Huntington W Va Mr Wm D Payne had a stroke of paralysis Tuesday and is quite low Call on Howard for bulbs of all kinds finest tubrose 25 cents per dozen It Steve Hook of Augusta is clerking for his brother-in-law James A Butler Mrs G- S Allen is visiting her sister Mrs Romulus Payne at Paynes Depot The Sick Hamlet Collier Sr and Harrison Stoker are reported no better Mrs Tom Prather and Miss Goodwin of Mayslick are guests of the Misses Wadell Mrs M V Shaw went to Cincinnati Tuesday and will visit her parents at Butl...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 30 March 1897

- v V Wi iSJ WES S BEFOBE AND AFTER USING CHAMP MILLER Editors aniisMers iHHHIHBHBHiHi SEYEMTEENTH YEAR PRICE - RESTORE v fey i - THE O I i OTHIBRS and get one of our suits made to order Department ranging H S STOUTS BUSINESS AT r Satisfaction Girantesl Or in MM Easter is coming and with it the Spring We all want to good appearance of being well dressed If so come to CO in our Merchant Tailoring - From 1350 To 2650- A perfect fit guaranteed Our ready made Suits at 750 are strictly all wool a perfect piece of workmansuip and in the latest fabrics black and blue Cheviots Plaids Over Plaidsand Cassimere We make an effort to please the Little Ones in style and manship as well as prices Our - Rum SUiti at ft uiUU are all new fresh goods and up-to-date Your wardrobe plete without one oi our STILISH HATS AND NOBBY NECKWEAR Special No 5 This week only Suspenders and oUc ljlj SDITS For Sale By W T Brooks Druggist THE Vi work is not corn- at 25c worth- 40c W3 iTTMCSl rpE5S A large display of ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 30 March 1897

1 H 1 U i A N i t o c - N n -4 - S Tr5rT SS - A - fr 3S - v iv i w V P l t - -v - REBELS TAKE MALAXA The European Warships Shell Them the Fire Lasting Ten Minutes Th Insurgents However Held Their Ground They Are Now in a Position I to Blockade Canea From the Zand Side Malaxa Being Destroyed Caxea March 26 The fighting in the vicinity of Malaxa continued throughout Thursday It was espe cially desperate at 3 oclock Thursday afternoon in the village of Tsicalaria where the insurgents set fire to a nuin her of Turkish houses The insurgents are now occupying Malaxa The European warships shelled them Thursday afternoon the firing lasting ten minutes The insur gents however held their ground close to the ruins of the block house from which they drove the Turkish garrison Wednesday night and did not seem to greatly mind the bombard ment When the Turkish troops evacuated the block house they set fire to it in order that it might not furnish a shelter to their enemies It had been however badl...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 30 March 1897

i A SONG OF GOLDEN CURLS - - i Stay a little golden curls twinkling eyes of blue Stay and see thu violets for they are kin to you Linger where the frolic winds around the gardens race Cheeks like lovely mirrors where the red rose sees its face Sweet Sweet All the birds are singing Sweet Sweet The blossom bells are ringing Kisses from the red rose And kisses from the white Kissing you good morning And kissing you good night Stay a littlegolden curls brigktering eyes of blue The violets are listening for the lovely steps of you The white rose bids you welcome the red rose calls you sweet And the daisies spread a carpet for the falling of your feet Sweet Sweet All the birds are singing Sweet Sweet The blossom bells are ringing Kisses from the red rose And kisses from the white Kissing you good morning And kissing you good night Frank L Stanton in Chicago Times Herald UP ACKRMR h bscott Copyright by A N Kellojrs Newspaper Co CHAPTER XV THE ISLAND Ten days from the time that Black Beardb...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 30 March 1897

1 1 im I - tar - 3 - 1 - 4 v A 3 V r V ft - ft -if Hv If f 4- fe ft- r It I A t - i -I T I- - M v t A- - - i V T rt fi mzfr t - v V A- a v W IWfc G AKIN0 POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healtkfulness Assures the food against alum and all forms of adul teration common to the cheap brands Royal Baking Powder CO New YOrk THE BOOB BOH HEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Published every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BBUCE MILLER Editors and Owner Make all Checks Money Orders etc payable to the order of Champ Miilek Attention Candidates All candidates for the various offices r in Bourbon County who expect to sub mit their names to the Democratic Primary Election May 22 1897 are re quested to report their names to D C Parrish Secretary on or before April 5 1897 Court day at 10 oclock a m T E Moore td Chmn Dem Co Com The Senatorial Situation Awarded The Legislature at Frankfort is still dead locked on the senatorial question The ballot yesterda...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 30 March 1897

i M If JA v- - THF I n ii x t V II10M NFWS 1 U jww wh IIJW KJi V Seventeenth Year Established 1881 En lei ed at the Post office at Paris Ky as seco iss mail matter TELEPHONE NO 124 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Payable in Advance Oneyear S2 00 Sixmonths S100 NEWS COSTS YOU CAK EVEN GET A KP EOBT FKOM A GUN FREI OF CHANGE Make all Checks Money Orders Etc payable to the order of Champ Millkk Brussells carpets 39 cents per yard at J T Hintons Read 011 first page Mr H F Hillen meyers forecast for fruit season The Monday Night Literary Club was entertained last night by Mr John Brennan H R Duvall of Cincinnati has ac cepted a position as cutter with H S Stout Co A wonderfully complete line of wall paper is being shown at J JT Hintons Prices the lowest In another column the Master adver tises public rental April 9 of a Bour bon county farm See ad Dunlap Howe will continue as land lord at the Hotel Windsor having leased the hotel for another year 4 Dr W Price will lecture at Odd Fellows Hall to nigh...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 30 March 1897

U 5j V- -v itfr If- - 6 - THE BOURBON NEWS - Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Published Every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BRUCE MILLER j Editors and Owners SPRING At last O joy sweet spring is here Though keen and cold is still the wind And all the earth lies bleak and drear And icy bonds the streams still bind The scent of buds and coming flowers Is in the air and fills my heart And soon the woods and leafy bowers Will in new life and beauty start From yonder hedge first of his clan A bird begins his song to sing As though he would do all he can To welcome back the sweet new spring That spring is here scarce need be told And soon the trees will all be green And nature robed in green and gold Stand out in all her glorious sheen For from the sere leaves at my feet A modest violet lifts its head And with a fragrance passing sweet It warns m heed well where I tread And here too at my feet I see A daffodil with golden bell As though about to ring with glee The gladsome news It c...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 30 March 1897

kr I Is o V r 3 V k - -- v 1 AGRICULTURAL HINTS SHIPPING POULTRY XG Coop Ilere Illustrated Is tlie Best Thing of Its Kind At this season of the year poultry breeders and poultry buyers are inter ested as to how best to ship breeding stock by express Expressmen have fmnd much fault in the way fowls were occasionally prepared for shipment and the result was double first class charges used to be made on poultry As this seemed an injustice oultrymen and expressmen came tog ether and de cided on a hat should constitute a prop- THE SLATTED COOP er coop in consideration of single first class merchandise rates instead of double This conference resulted in the adoption of a one rate price in stead of a double rate Also that coops must be strong- and slatted and not injured by other packages being piled on them If the coop is suffi ciently strong expressmen have no ob jection to coops being lined inside with i ioth to protect birds from a draft The coop illustrated above is four feet long two...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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