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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 12 November 1897

PT if r hfr - - t i ivr i K Sh M - X 4 V- -v i THE BOUHBOH NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Enleied at the Post office at Paris Ky as 8ecoi r iiss mall matter TELEPHONE NO 124 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Payablein Advance Oneyear 52 00 Slxmouths 3100 COSTSr YOU- CANT EVEN GET A RE PORT FROM A GUN FREE OF CHARGE Make all Checks Money Orders Etc payable to the order of Champ Miiikk NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS Pay your taxes be fore December 1st 1897 and save six per cent penalty and ad vertising as I will be compelled to advertise all property on which the taxes are not paid by December 1st in or der to make my settle ments with State and County E T SEEDING S B C For Sale Good anthracite stove Call at The News office - A - s Uncle Joe Hopper closed his meeting last night at Hopewell church The first snow of the season fell here yesterday It continued about one min ute John Darnall colored was fined 750 in Judge Webbs court for chas tisihg his sweetheart Astronomers are predicting a meteoric di...

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. — 12 November 1897

t r IK i ife - I 1 1 r St M1ui l iffl JHif - Hv THE BOURBON NEWS 1 Seventeenth Year Established 1861 - Published Evory Tuesday and Frldyby WALTER CHAMP I mmM rt BRUCE MILJRLaItoraaad0wW THE WIMMEN FOLKS tf twasnt fer the wimmen folks it seems to me Ill jest be bound As if this earth ud be so dull I wouldnt keer to stay around And while I aint In any sense what might be called a ladies man I allers like to keep within a speakin dis tance when I can Its funny how a womans smile can sort o brighten up a place A man fergits the shadders while he sees the sunshine in er face The poets call em clingin vines and say we men are mighty oaks But somehow I believe the strength o earth is in the wimmen folks Yit when it comes to buyin gowns and hats and all that sort o thing Ive knowed the time my wife has spent ten dollars in one fall or spring Then when a feller sees the bills come blin in they sort o vex His Christian soul and make him wish hed never seen the fairer sex But he gits over that...

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. — 12 November 1897

ft- 5 THE FARMING WORLD COWS FOR THE DAIRY H xv They Are Selected at tlie Minne sota Experiment Station We must first determine what we want the animals for and then select those which are adapted for that par ticular purpose Ai the university we keep a careful account of the cost of keeping1 each cow of the herd with a view of determining the cost of a pound of butter made from the milk of each cow The cost varied from eight to twelve cents a pound some animals costing 50per cent more than others in producing a pound of butter TVe di vided the herd into two classes and found that the division that cost the most to produce butter had a tendency to put on flesh more than the others In order to be doubly sure that our onclusions were correct we made a second test with the same result Now why was this I examined the two classes individually and found that the spare built cow with a deep body was the best dairy cow In both divi sions all breeds of cows were repre sented What we wanted t...

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. — 12 November 1897

II a I - UJ 1 ii t It 1 fv r r t l A- w - o - S 4 1f v f -V V - VJ - - Look Out For Cancer Few people are born entirely free from bkod taint This is often ysy slight or rethote and sometimes may not develop at all in one generation but breaks out in a serious disease later Cancer the most dreadful of all dis eases is often the result of some blood taint inherited from generations back It often appears as a mere mole or in significant pimple which later develops into an alarming condition No one knows but that he may be subject to an inherited impurity in the blood nor can he tell whether or not this may some day crop out in the form of destructive cancer It is therefore important that any little sore or scratch which does not readily heal be given prompt attes tion or a serious condition may result Mr Robert Smedley of Ocala Fla was the victim of a malignant cancer which first appeared in the manaer aboM described He writes M first I paid no attention to the little blotches on my fa...

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. — 16 November 1897

V HT T 2 f I mm- Of tmdmmmmBCr fSisSA3ET6f i jr JU J A SMITH Office over G S Varden Co 9m W B GHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners SEVENTEENTH YEAR Office Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to op m Poland China Hogs FOB SALS One male pig and three gilts of same litter Eligible to register Good individuals and of best strains of blood five months old weight 135 pounds Call on or address GEORGE CLAYTON Hutchison Ky W O HINTON Agent Fire Wind and Storm- Insurance -A--- THE VERY BEST OLD RELIABLE PROMPT PAYING NON UNION BLDEGRASS NDRSERIES FALL 1897 Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus and every thing for Ol chard Lawn and Garden We have no Agents but sell direct to the planter saving enormous commis sions Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky Money To Loan 1 have from One Thousand to Fifteen Hundred Dollars to loan on first mort gage at eight per cent per annum HARMON STITT A C F BROWER CO Setting Up a Standard v There is a standard of everything A...

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. — 16 November 1897

V H x U - R 1 ir f 7 - 1 -- rv - c r k - i fr v- fe t r -- v- MBHPIBHBlfiM - ipfl g UHBPNMWS NOVEMBER 16 1897 - I 1 - T - CUBAN FIELDS Covered by the Dead Bodies of P pie Who Have Starved Cubans Take Their Own Xiives While Suf fering From the Want of Food Oth ers Drop in the Streets and Roads and Thus Perish Miserably New York Nov 12 The Sun cor respondent in Cuba writes his paper tinder date of November 6 that up to that time 150000 persons had died of hunger in Cuba This statement is phased on reports received from all over the island and he claims it is in no way exaggerated He gives quotations from the press describing the pitiable condition all over the island They tell of lare lamilies decimated by famine and of people taking their own lies while suf fering from the pangs of hunger People drop in the streets and roads and perish miserably Children have been the greatest sufferers l In the town of Santo Domingo San ta Clara province an average of 50 per sons are dying every day...

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. — 16 November 1897

W Lc t mv fen I f He t y He Af s THE IRONY OF FATE had fought In mny a battle and es caped without a -wound had met stampeded cattle and had bravely held his ground He had hunted In Montana and been snow bound on the plain And hed sojourned in Havana when the plague was raising Cain He had crossed the stormy ocean many times without mishap iHed recovered from a potion fixed up by a jealous Jap 3e bad been a reckless rover from the moment of his birth A Rd had traveled almost over every por tion of the earth -He encountered every danger that youve ever read about He had been a Texas ranger and a reck less army scout But the moral if theres any in this humble little tale lis that he died from stepping on an ancient rusty nail Cleveland Leader from Clue to Climax BY WILL N HARBEN Copyright 1896 by J B Lfppincott Co e CHAPTER vm Continued The detective picked up the watering- pot and emptied about a quart of water on the ground You ought to have given that to your thirsty plants Jhe sai...

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. — 16 November 1897

rn ff i 4 LC fcrf K y Sfe fcV fr iv y w Erl V 4- N - gTf riw iaiiMt 3 liritlltmtBWWl Royal manes the food pure K wholesome and delicious R F POWDEIf I Absolutely Pure I ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO NEW YORK rnr nnnnnnK sc o ne Dl IS U li 0 0 i M Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Published every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BBUOE MILLER Editors and Owners ar Make all Cheeks Money Orders etc payable to the order of Champ MlMiER ADVERlItillXV JtATEH Displays one dollar per Inch lor first inser tion half rates each insertion thereafter Locals or reading notices ten cents pei line each insertion Locals in blacfc type twenty cents per line each Insertion Fractions of lines count as fuJl lines when running at line rates Obituaries cards of thanks calls on candi dates resolutions of respect and matter of a like nature ten cents per line Special rates given for large advertise ments and yearly cards A Powerful Pica For Harmony From the Neio York Journal Silverite and recent Bryanite The foll...

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. — 16 November 1897

KVi t r r 8 S3L p - l 3 m trie tr s - - m tsKMSSSQ 3knf tr v -v Mf Kfc Ft 2 7 W s - THE BODHBQN JEWS Seventeenth Year Established 18S1 Enteied at the Post office at Paris Ky as secoKJ iiss mail matter TELEPHONE NO 124 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Payable in Advance One year 2 00 Six mouths 5100 NEWS COSTS YOTJ CANT EVEN GET A RE PORT FROM A GVN FREE OF CHARGE Make all CJiecks Money Orders Etc payable to the order of CHAMP MlXiLKR Bishop Burton of Lexington will preach at the Episcopal Church Sunday morning and night Dan McKeever a plumber who for merly lived on Broadway in this city died last week in Louisville Eld J S Sweeney filled Eld Powells pulpit in the First Christian Church in Louisville Sunday morning and evening Mrs Minerva McKimey has sold to Peter Haley four acres of land at the junction of the Cynthiana Townsend turnpikes at 100 per acre Jonas Weil shipped twenty six cars of cattle Saturday over the L N to New York Moses Kahn shipped eighteen cars Friday to thesame point -- The ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 16 November 1897

IM m i Sv mm X f v s m U i iv K v er r - THE BOURBON NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 ill i i ii i i i n Mg Published Every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP SEUCE MILLER pflltorsanaOwnw A CURE FOR THE SLUES Theres a little window over the way Whf re the sun is shining all the day On ihe yellow head of a baby at play Not a little one understand For this baby is just turned two and so Can toddle a little to and fro Can talk a little and dont you know Shes the brightest in the land No wonder the sun smiles broadly down For theres never a scowl and never a frown From th sweetest baby in the town She is never sulky or sad For its her daddy always nigh With two strong arms to toss her high Till she almost reaches the sunny sky I suppose he is her dad And when I am feeling sad or blue I go to my window and looking through I wave my hand and she waves hers too While the kisses fly on wings Then she shows me her ragged dolly dear And her woolly dog without an ear And all the rest of ...

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. — 16 November 1897

IK r J La T Agricultural hints FAfcTS AND FIGURES iTliey Present the Economical Side ef tlic Good Roads Question There are it is estimated 300000 miles of highway roads in the United States ahcmt 20 per cent of the roads of all the world Great Britain has 120- 000 miles of roadways and these are come of the best in the world Germany 3ias -275000 miles of roads and some of them are as poor as the roadways of a great country can he France which has taken an enlightened view of the good roads question Cor many years and has spent by governmental or local authority more than 1000000000 on highways has a road mileage of 330000 zmore than any other country Russia with an enormous area has only 70- 1 O00 miles of roadways while Italy a smaller country has 55000 For a considerable time the agita tion in the United States for good roads languished for the reason perhaps that by the American system of subdi vided local authority whats every bodys business is nobodys business and controversies...

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. — 16 November 1897

- 1 I rts B - Q 8 GEi part fi2e j v lookOut For Cancer Few people are born entirely free from tlood taint This is often vry slight or xemote and sometimes may not develop s all in one generation bnt breaks out fin a serious disease later x Cancer the most dreadful of all is often the result of some blood taint inherited from generations back lit often appears as a mere mole or in significant pimple which later develops an alarming condition No one 3aiows but that he may be subject to an - -inherited impurity in the blood nor caa 3ie tell whether or not this may some day crop out in the form of destructive -cancer It is therefore important that cany little sore or scratch which does raiot readily heal be given prompt atten tion or a serious condition may result Mr Robert Smedley of Ocala Fla -was the victim of a malignant cancer -which first appeared in the ananner bora described He writes fit first I paid no attention to the little blotches on my face thinking they -would soon pass ...

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. — 19 November 1897

- - c - e m - t CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners SMMTEMTE WA OHIO IT TIME TABLE EAST BOUND t t IjV Louisville 830am 600pm Ar Lexingtou ll15am 840pm Lv Lexington 1125am 850pm 830am 550pm Lv Wlnchesterll58am 9213pm 915am 630pm Ar Mt Sterlingl225pm 950pm 950am 705pm Ar Washington 6o jam 340pm ArPhiladelphiaM1015am 705pm ArjNew rorii vz Avnn yuapm WEST BOUND t t t Ar Winchester- 730am 450pm 65oam 20pm Ax Lexington 800am 520pm 735am 345pm Ar Frankfort 911am 630pm Ar Shelby ville 1001am 720pm AT Louisvine iiwam ouapin Trains marked thus f ran daily ex- cept Sunday other trains run daily Tnrougn sieopers oecween uomsviiie jexiugton and New York without lange JFmratefitSlepinGarreserYatipn8orJ my information call on F B Carr Agent L N R B W Barney Paris Ky Div Fobs Agent Lexington Ky H A SMITH Office over G S Varden Co Onice Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m MfcMMM li PWMl Poland China Hoi FOR SALE s One male pig and three gilts of same llitter Eligible to register Good Individuals and of best st...

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. — 19 November 1897

i M r c 2 FOR THE RELIEF Of lee Hound Whalers Keindecr Will B Used Tlio Bear Will Be Keady to Sail in About Twenty Bays Washington Nov 16 Secretary Gage has requested the secretary of the interior to instruct the Alaskan offi cials to gather about 600 head of rein deer from the government herds for the use of the expedition for the relief of the ice bound whalers in the Arctic It is expected that the Bear which is now at Seattle will be ready to sail in about ten days and within twenty days thereafter it is expected that she will reach some point on Nortons sound where a large party will be engaged for the 600 mile overland trip to Point Barrow The herd of reindeer which will be killed for food if needed will be driven overland and it is the con fident expectation of Capt Shoemaker chief of the revenue cutter service and Capt Hooper who is in command of the Bering sea patrol fleet that the party will reach Point Barrow and the imprisoned whalers before the middle of February The rou...

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. — 19 November 1897

t rWjA v J St Im ft H l1 P rA THE THREE SONGS- A poet in the rosy prime And blithe and dewy morn of time When song was natural as breath Three songs sent forth to fight with death And one he made to please the crowd It pleased them and his praise was loud It pleased them greatly for a day And then its music died away w And one he made to please the few It lived a century or two Twas sung within the halls of kings Then vanished with forgotten things And one he made to please himself Without a thought of fame or pelf But sent it forth with doubt and fears And it outlasted all the years No other sonar has vital breath Through endless time to fight with death I Than that the singer sings apart To please his solitary heart Sam Walter Foss in N T Sun Tom Clue to Climax BY WILL N HARBEN Copyright 1896 by J B Lippincott Co CHAPTER IX Continued Hendricks laid the letters side by side on a table and then continued Notice this captain in the letter to fhe mayor the writer has misspelled thewor...

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. — 19 November 1897

ft Royal miKes the food pure wholesome and delicious pOM BBTJHE MILLER AwK I POWDEB 1 Absolute Pure I ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK BamBuauaaBai TIE S998 BOB HEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Fublished every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP Editors and Owners K7 Make all Checks Money Orders etc oayable to the order of Champ Miller ADVERTISING RATES Displays one dollar per Inch for first inser tion half rates each insertion thereafter Locals or reading notices ten cents per line each insertion Locals in black type twenty cents per line each insertion Fractions of lines count as full lineH when running at line rates Obituaros cards of thanks calls on candi dates resolutions of respect and matter of a like nature ten cents per line Special rates given for large advertise ments and yearly cards Mr Bryan will stop in Louisville to morrow on his way Soath The football players of the United States could free Cuba in a fortnight Covington Deincrats are Senator Goebei for Governor b...

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. — 19 November 1897

1 Ar 9 y WJ 3rt r3 4 i -4 J i c THE GIDRSO I NEWS Seventeenth Year Establlhed 1881 Enleied at the Post office at Paris Ky secov iss mail matter TELEPHONE Nd 124 as SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Payable in Advance One year 82 00 Six months 3100 news costs yotj cant evbn get a re port FROM A GUN FRKE OF CHARGE Make all Checks Money Orders Etc payable to the order of Champ Miller Daniel Coleman aged seventy a well known citizen of Rnckerville died this week About sixty white citizens attended a genuine cake walk at the TJ B F hall on Eighth street Monday night The cake was won hy Tom January and Mattie Rochet Messes Walter Clark J Frank Clay Dan Morris and Harry B Clay havereturned from a hunting trip in Robertson county They bagged a num ber of quail and rabbits Wednesday night about eight oclock a bold thief stole the saddle off V K Shipps saddle horse The animal was hitched on Fifth street just ten feet from Mr Shipps grocery Chas Hill representing the Bourbon Marble Works of this city yester...

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. — 19 November 1897

THE BOURBON NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Published Every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP tJt9m n mmm wwiicm wi i t - CANNOT ROB US OF THE PAST Though cruel hands may strive to blight The fruit we hoped the years would bring They never can destroy outright The sweets that round the blossoms cling If lips shall strive by unkind words To make our future incomplete They have not power to kill the birds That In our hearts have sung so sweet Though unkind feet may turn aside Within our path sharp thorns to lay They lack the power from us to hide The flowers we gathered by the way If faces shadowed o with hate To flood our course with fear have planned They cannot close the happy gate Through which we have passed hand in hand Though strength of foes may hope to build High walls to part our future ways They cannot fence the bliss that filed Our souls through many yesterdays If cruel hands attempt to blight The fruit we hoped the years would bring They never can destroy outright...

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. — 19 November 1897

THE FARMING WORLD BEES IN THE V1NTER Thin Writer Pvefw Clialt Hlw to Quarters to tlie Cellar Preparation of bees for winter should he begun some time before winter is on If they are to be fed it should be done while the weather is yet warm as liquids cannot be fed to bees in winter If bees are destitute of food during the winter proper food may be given them in the form of candy until warm weather comes in spring- It takes about 25 pounds of honey to winter a -colony successfully and this amount may be rnven them in part or in whole of sirup made from granulated sug ar The necessary amount of stores in eaeh colony should be looked after care fully in autumn and furnished in every ase needed so that they may be placed in winter quarters before cold weather Colonies may be fed very rapidly if necessary In case of late feeding this must be done and the full amount of provisions may be given them in a few DRINKING FOUNTAIN J te days A strong colony will store a gallon of sirup in less t...

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. — 19 November 1897

h ftv IB rv A 3EO B HARPER V tt ysrrnajy flrfr n r rteyy5te 3 4 - - look Out For Cancer Few people axe born entirely free from lipod taint This is oftea Yy Blight r aiqjnote and sometime May not develop stall in one generation bnt breaks ont 5 a serious disease later Cancer the most dreadful of all dis eases is often the result of some blood fednt inherited from generations back It often appears as a mere mole or i ignificant pimple which latr 4eTlp tto an alarming coditl N on kiiows but that he may be subject to an inherited impurity in the blood nor can Ire tell whether or not thia may some lay crop put in the form of destructive cancer It is theref ore important that Hiy little sore or scratch which des xt readily heal be givea prompt atten tion or a serious condition may restdt Mr -Robert Smedley of Ocala Fla iris the victim of a malignant eancr wfiich first appeared i the Maaer akp e described He writes M first I paid no attentien to the Ettle blotches on my face thinking they ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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