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SENATE RBmimMJteZ3J&&BESr J1 JTr'SGRSBfis' " "" .o -- v Jxjr tm-nt- -- FRIDAY IN S3- - VOLUME XXXVII WAR IN BRIEF PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918 AP- HUNDEIVE PEARS STEMMED. NOTED WAR WORKER TO SPEAK RED CROSS AUCTION HERE APRIL 11. CESS. i big sue- 3- - HITY-THRE- E COLORED PATRIOTS LEAVE FOR SERVICE X THE NEWS has been advised in a The Red Cross Auction held at thP The resolution extending the selecGermany's great drive into tho With bluegrass green and succi-- " To the tune of martial airs played tive draft to men reaching the age of lent, livestock house Saturday and yesterday! Allied lines in northern Prance letter from Mackenzie R. Todd, of court a phenomenal success. Hun-,h- y at this time is in a a fife and drum corps, was Louisville, Executive Secretary of 21 years since June" 5, 1917, the first thrifty and healthy seems virtually at a standstill. condition. ' Iiake Division Red Cross for Ken- - areas of enthusiasm and patriotic oi Jtsourbon county s colored boys registration day, was passed by the cattle are largely on feed, all White -Her first great onrush appears to tucky, of the coming here other April bidders were in attendance. People marched fro mthe court house yes-1-1 Senate without a record vote after a kinds of livestock have been given a " nave been stemmed, with large gains of Mrs. Ida McGlone Gibson, who . from all , over the county and some' tqrday morning to the Louisville & futile attempt had been made to add chance to browse over ,. .j.-..v-: the greea a ' ill j.i: jj a'. of terriory scored, but with final vic- wiii uenver xii tiuuiess sm me lutei- - icw nuiii aujumuig eounues-we- re men entrain- - to it a provision for training youths pastures. Especially is this true oC "iyiub J in Vneliwtll. ueyui,, wuae 11 ed tory no nearer in sight and her re- est of the Red Cross work. Mr. attendance and ail were liberal bid- - T for Camp Zachary Taylor, at from 19 to 21 years old. sheep, lambs, cows and calves. JiniOtr4l1uu nioL iay uuuwinn, n. me Avnl In ui lueir It is estimated that about 700,000 cows are giving a larger flow of Milk sources in men and jnaterial de- Todd's letter, which explains itself, ders. voyage "over there' follows: The auctioneers. Messrs. Henre men will be added to the registration and dairy products are on themilk, pleted. inMargolen and John W. and George' On Sunday afteroon the young this year by the resolution, which is crease. Poultry feels the power and French and British troops beat "Louisville, Ky March 29, 1918. ored men assembled at the court one of the pieces of legislation on strenth of the of Lexington, certainly did springtime and are reback the enemy in his latest desper- "Editor BOURBON-NEW- S, their work well, selling the good house to receive their final instruc-thing- s which the War Department is await- sponsive in that a big flow of eggs to advance toward Amiens "Paris, Ky. ate efforts that were donated by the lib-- , tions. Arrangements had been made ing before announcing complete plans is coming to market. This condition colored minister for the next draft. It now goes to has been greatly and to push out from the Montdidier "My Dear Sir: eral citizens of the city and county, with a by the "The Lake Division of the AmeriThe most unusual thing about the' of Paris to deliver an address, but at the House for consideration, with ernment embargo aided prevents govsalient. tho obthe last pioment the divine evidently the bill to base draft quotas on the hen from being soldthat keeps most determined assault in can Red Cross .has succeeded in Mc- auction was the sale of a The and her at taining the services of Mrs. Ida got "stage fright," for he disappear-lesol- d number of registrants in Qlass 1 inork doing her bit to win this effort seems to have been to the Glone Gibson, who has recently re- Poland China Pig, it being sold and ed, leaving his hat behind. Attor-pai- stead of on population, another of Eggs are steady at 27 to 28 the war. until the aggregate price price north, in the neighborhood of cents in turned from Europe, where she wa. for the animal was ?1,213; ic neys Chas. A. McMillan and Harmon the administration measures already cash and where the seller takes goods Franco-Britiswhere sent under the auspices of the Red being sold finally to Mrs. James came to the rescue and made passed by the Senate. in trade the price is 30 cents per. troops met the assaulting Cross War Council. While there she Clure for $13.00. brief addresses, telling the boys thai ' The proposal to require training of dozen. The supply of country butter counter-attac- k ' A British interviewed General Pershing, Presiwaves. Donations were collected by men Bpurbon County was proud of them boys over 19 and under registration is limited, owing to the paved the way for an allied victory dent Poincaire and others of interna- in automobiles, merchants sent thek--, and had no doubt they would justify age was in the torm of an amend- farmers get a good price fact that for theh tional importance, and has after the combined forces had broken with some wonderful storiesreturned delivery wagons with good things that feeling when the time for action ment by Senator New, of Indiana, cream. to tell and country folks brought in liberal arrived. rejected 36 to 26, The French which the Senate up the German attack. Country meats are steady with lantern The sale was conduct- - I Previous to the meeting a fund of after a debate of several days. A good demand. Potatoes are and in gallantly followed up the advantage which she illustrates Red Cross unilower wears the slides. She ed just as advertised, "Pins to Pack-- J $0 had been collected to provide number of Senators who favor uni- and are becoming a drag on the and the village was recaptured. the form and makes a most pleasing ap- aiUO CII1U. X ICO IU 1 IgS, UXZIUP, lUlir, i.jfw.11. J.I,1J. uu.u. versal military training as a peace- market. v(,iwv-h.Wfc.u.i.j, pearance. sAioking and chewing tobacco, and time policy voted against the amend- hot house Early vegetables from the ed into money for a great cause. are showing up in plentiGERMANS TRYING TO GET DOPE "Mrs. Gibson has been assigned to The produce of the farm, eggs. each of them received a generous ment. ful supply. Strawberries from South Kentucky for a period of two weeks, meats, baled hay and straw, lard, supply. ON AMERICANS. As adopted, the resolution provides ern climes are delicious at 35 cents German army leaders are exceed- and she will be at Paris April 11. preserves, canned fruits, jellies, pick-- ! ' At 7 o'clock yesterday morning that all male citizens of the United per quart. you have been informed les, butter, pies and pastries, all of each one of the fifty responded to States residing in this country, atingly anxious to obtain information No doubt Spring lamb is yet "several weeks " I am at that she is to concerning the most minute details writing asking be you Paris.as much which supplemented by donations tieir names when the roll was call-- f taining their majority since June 5, off. The market is well supplied with give that rom the merchants of Paris, Millers- - el, and after being placed in charge last, shall be subject to registration, around 12 cents per of the American army. publicity as possible to Mrs. Gibson'? burg and North Middletown and of Chas. Roscoe Bland, who was to under regulations prescribed by the fat veals at fancy ones, and 9 to 11 This is disclosed by captured Ger- visit in order that the people of Bour- other precincts, and by women with be their captain until their arrival President; shall present themselves pounds for man document issued to the fifth Ba- bon and adjoining counties may be articles of needle and crochet work at Camp Zachary Taylor, the boyj for registration on a day prescribed cents per pounds for thin ones. Thoroughbred stock is in demand varian landwehr infantry brigade informed. She has been addressing! The sale began at 2 o'clock, and ' farmed in line, headed by the fife and by the President, arid thereafter shall for both cattle and hogs. During the. and which instructs every observer very large audiences in the cities of continued until 5 o'clock. The total drum corps, and marched to the be liable to military service. week Goff & Rice made the followa.nrf natrol to do his or its best "to this country and the press comments raised was the hundsome sum of, depot. It is safe to say that ing sales of thoroughbred Short- - -very favorable. I tenths of the families in Paris had a bring information about the new of the cities are horns: To the Louisville Club, two THINGS TO WORRY ABOUT.. enclose you statement from Mr. J. G. The bazaar conducted by the ladies late breakfast yesterday morning, Shorthorn bulls at ?200 each; to the enemy." The results obtained are to McClellan, Chairman DeKalb County every colored cook and was well patronized in the morning for practically In a recent issue of the Lexington county agent at Owensboro, two be added to official reports. Council of Defense, Auburn, Indiana, before the auction " - Young house girl was either in the parade Herald, Mr. Enoch who has The captured document starts our which you might use to advantage. ladies dressed in Redstarted. uniforms ' or lined up on the sidewalk. A num-sol- d .the happy faculty ofGrehan, the right Shorthorn, bulls for $200 and $225saying Cross each; J. W. McLaughlin, of Hillsboro, by giving details that are known, Mrs. Gibson is not, nor has she ever flowers, ice cold pop, candies, ' ber of automobiles contained several thing at the right time, has the fol- W.- - Va., one such as those regarding American been, a Red Cross nurse, but she sold chances on old" country hams. ' colored women, who sang patriotic lowing in the "Paragraphs" column, Robert Meteer,white bull for $225; of Bourbon, one roan uniform and adds that theinfantry wears the Red Cross uniform. etc., and raised a considerable sum. songs. On the court house steps, which so aptly fits a condition ex- bull for$150, and to Clay Gaitskill. " 'Mrs. Ida McGlone Gibson gave English A large amount of the donations while waiting for the parade to isting or liable to exist here, that we one red bull for $150. Butcher stock-iis equipped partly with colored girl reproduce it. Mr. Grehan writes: rifles and that the artillery prob- us five talks while in Auburn an the that were left over from the Satur form, a sixteen-year-oin demand. H. Margolen bought and evening. She 19 th, sang a song of her own composition-i"Certain gentlemen in .Lexington, during the wook the following: Of ably has French guns, it says that has a afternoon personality. She is day sale were disposed wonderful the same manner. The total entitled, "Remember San Juan Hill," who shall be nameless here for the J. R. Butler, bunch of hogs, weight American troops will continue train- magnetic and forceful. Her message, amount of the receipts for the two which she said she had dedicated to time being, but whose daily conversa- 225 pounds each, for 17 cents per ing in Franco brought from France, reveals to the sales was the handsome sum of Jtiis saxanic majesty, iuu ivaiaci. n sympathies, pounds; of a Mr. Estis, Ave tion suggests d people what the government has acare going to open their mouths one cattle at 11 cents per pound,-an-d Americans, in- complished and is accomplishing and $3,041.90. pig was sold and resold More than 100,000 Another of these days in criticism of America of different parties seven veals MANHATTAN SHIRTS. tensively trained and fully accoutred, what great constructive work the yesterday until the amount realized just about wide enough to catch at an average of 12 cents per pound. doing. on it was $118.50. Mr. John Stuait are available for immediate use in Red Cross has done and is Luther Rice bought of Ben WoodAn attractive variety to suit all something in. them that doesn't good aiding to stem the .tide of the Ger- Mrs. Gibson is-- ' a power for Keep finally secured the animal for $13.50. tastes $2 to ?10. there." ford 69 cattle shoats, averaging 110- among the American people. The total raised on the two pigs About the size of a man'sfist, eh? pounds at 18 cents per puond. J. W. DAVIS & CO. man hordes, and large number of going.' J. G. McClellan. ChairAnd with all the power of a loyal The mule market continues active, them on railroad trains and in motor her DeKalb County Council of De- was $1,331.50 man Here's hoping behind trucks and even afoot are already on fense, Auburn, Indiana. s Pa feNEW MEMBER FOR tfIRE DE- American knock-o- it. blow at the very and prices rule high. The demand is greater than the supply and the mule it lands a their way to the battlefront, eager to PARTMENT TO BE ADDED. "Appreciating any publicity you brokers and feeders are laying the., start! in- may give, I am FORTY-SEVEHALF PINTS OF do their part in defeating the ground work for next year's supply. It has been agreed by the Citv "Yours very truly, LIQUOR DESTROYED. vaders. the membership of tho THOUGHTFUL MEN SEEK VALUE The highest price ever paid in thU Council that "MACKENZIE R. TODD, county for a mare mule .Tiidsrft "Ernest Martin start. ftd tn Paris Fire Department be increased "Executive Secretary vLake Division necessary It APRIL COURT DAY SALES S&turcnemember, -- At the next regular to In their clothes. buyisclothing of colt was reported Saturday, whsm for with Spring house cleaning" John Sauer, a farmer on the conserve wool, to day and had 47 half pints of "evi- meeting the appointment win De pike, sold a fine colt to Newt. clothes are ours--$-20 County Court Day was well attendvalue. $75 dence" destroyed. The Court super- made. The job pays 153 per month. real to $40. Such Rankin, of Carlisle, for $150. DelivX&k P3 ed and considerable live stock was acof the intended the ery of the colt will be made Oc. 1. J. W. DAVIS &.CO. offered and sold well. A large crowd ANOTHER FISH "STORY" OF cumulation of destruction liquor which had col- TROOPS GOING THROUGH PARIS jsi imm Woodford Houston bought Saturwas in town and business was active. W.DAVIS. BROTHER J. lected in his office, which took placo day from a Harrison County farmer- Merchants enjoyed a large trade, FREE DEMONSTRATION. two train loads of soldiers Saturday a fancy pair of maceT, Deacon J. W. Davis, who arrived in the rear of Police headquarters. while banks had their . hands full through Paris enroute to mob.members of the fire ,handling the large amount of busi- home from Florida, Saturday, when The the sport of breaking department passed Attend" the freed demonstration of mules for $650. camps, preparatory to sailhad ness that poured in over the counters. asked for another firsh story, handed and emptying the "pizen." the bottles ilization ports. Calaric Pipeless Furnace the famous ing to foreign WRITE TO "THE BOYS. jj Mules were scarce and prices ac- us the following. He said he had a in the Price Building Wednesday. tive. A large number of plug horses lot more, but that the rates in the Thursday and Friday. Many pleased were traded in, selling at from $25 to Florida papers were cheaper than There are many Paris and Bourbon " as those in Paris, so he would let us users in Paris. county "boys" in the service of the $90. while the better kind went HOWARD HARDWARE CO., Agts. United States in the army camp and high as $250 to $300. John T.I have this short one, taken from the Hughes, of Fayette county sold to; St. Petersburg Independent: Jo. Varden. Local Representative. cantonments and in the navy who Catesby Woodford a tine would be glad to hear news from "The largest catch of kingfish that is m m work and driving horse weighing has been made this season wai NEW FISHING LAW EXPLAINED "the old home town." Wherever THE NEWS can locate these boys, 1,200 pounds for $250. last night brought into FOR SPORTSMEN. the paper has followed them, so they At the shipping pens in South by three men who are guests at the t J. Quincy Ward, Executive can derive some benefit in a way. Hotel. The gulf was Mr Paris, Monday, Elmer Boardman sold Fish There is no doubt they receive nuAgent of the State Game-anaround ninety head of cattle in lots very rough and all the boats stayed Commission, is calling attention of merous postcards and letters, but to suit purchasers. He sold 20 head in except George Roberts, who iias to Frank Collins for $72 per head; a craft built to ride the breakers. fishermen to the changes in the fish every message from old" Kentucky 20 head to B. T. Stipp at $70 per George took with him L. E. Barnes, and game laws made by the recent sent to them. 'must surely make session of the Legislature. He says their hearts glad. So do not forget head, 15 to the same party at $69 per of Pittsburg; Joe Davis, of Paris, Ky., head and 18 to Joe Houston for $G6 and E. L. Merrimann, of Scrantonr that under the new fish law, hoop to write to your friends and relatives per head. nets without wings can be used in ail in the army and navy as often as Pa. They caught 60 king fish d weighing over 300 pounds. They streams bordering on this State and possible. Let every one make it a Mr. Boardman also sold 10 cattle to W. D. Mclntyre for also landed four mackerel, three in all navigable streams in this State, duty to write some one of these provided the mesh of net is two "boys" every few days. 11 cents per pound and $1 on the trout and two carbeo that weighed They "have left everything behind 15 pounds each. The party was out inches square. Seines with l1 inch head. mesh can also be used in all border them, and it is but natural that they Lou Taylor sold one horse for only three hours and had a fine tim. derpH,e the waves that kept the boat and navigable streams in the State. should want- - to know what has been $125 to Vol Ferguson. going on in their absence. Tell them Caywood & McClintock sold one dancing." No seine or net can be used in A navigable all the cheerful news you can, make ?9i mi p8i streams. draft horse to a Mr. Johnson fc stream within the meaning of this your letters cheery and encouraging, TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. ELECT $225. George D. Speakes sold Act, is a stream which has been im- and you will have no idea how much, DECLARE 30 Auctioneer OFFICERS stables on it will benefit the young men who re-- proved by locks and dams and a DIVIDEND. at the T. G. Morris sales The swellest and 'best known lines of shirts sold anystream is one which has ceive them. Main street 25 head of draft mares at tnot been so improved. The Paris Independent Tobacco III where Perfect fitting "and roomy and full; not from $95 to $280 per head. The av Company, which broke ail A license of $1.25 is charged for PURCHASES ANOTHER LOT HT erage was $188.50 per head. Warehouse of shirts. Very swell skimpy and close like other brands pa ps WILDWOOD. warehouse records in the State, for the first net or seine and ?1 fortoeach WtJ be patterns in Silks, Madras, Cloth and Crepe effects, solid floor, seaspn and crop averages, held additional one, the licenses DEMONSTRATION FREE Charles N. Peddicord bought Sat- - . procured from the County Court a meeting of its Board of Directors colors in tans, greens, lavenders and pinks. Select your Monday, and elected C. C. Clarke, Clerk who will furnish a metal tag urday from George Wilder, a two-acAttend the free demonstration of President: Dan W. Peed. General patterns now and get the pick of the lines. which must be attached to said net lot in Wildwood for-- $1,800. This is, the famous Calaric Pipeless Furnace Manager, Sam Harding, or seine. The fine for violating this the fourth purchase by Mr. Peddi-- , cord of Wildwood lots, which gives' in the Price Building Wednesday, and James McClure, Secretary law is from ?15 to ?100. him a total of about ten acres o? Thursday and Priday. Many pleased and Treasurer. SAFE "OVER fine land which he will cultivate inr The company is capilized at $25,-00HAS AURIVED users in Paris. dividend. tobacco this year. THERE." and declared a 30 CO., Agts. HOWARD HARDWARE m following Board of Directors The Jo. Varden, Local Representative. was elected: W. A. Thomason, C. C. Mr. Jack Owsley yesterday receiv- BELGIAN POLICE DOG PUPPY; to i to Clark, Dan W. Peed, James McClure. ed a letter from his brother, Mr. BRINGS $37.50. Shy Owsley, who is with the A. B. P., SMALL PARMS SOLD WELL. Joe Leach, Harry B. Clay, M. R. Jacoby, Sam Harding and Edsel stating that he had arrived safely in The handsome Belgian Police dog At the auction sale held Saturday Clarke. France, and was enjoying good puppy, donated to the Ded Cross aucto all by Harris & Speakes for Mr. Jolm health. He sends best regardsBOUR- tion fund, by Mr. Ben Buckner, Spring Styles in all the new colors and shapes. Light small farms located and wants THE Farm,-- was purchased Satur- -. Stuart the three GOOD SEED CORN. his friends, asks on the Clintonville pike sold as folBON NEWS sent regularly and occa- day by Mr. Charlton Clay, for $37.50. weight soft hats in greens, pearls, olives and new shades Tract-No- . 1, went to John lows: The puppy was sent to Mr. Buekmev his chums to drop him a line I have 500 bushels of good seed of brown. by Mr. Kenneth Alexander, who haal sionally. Hichards for $296 "per acre; No. 2 corn that tests 80 per cent. This is tn Pprrv Mr.nord for $309 per acre your chance to buy. hbeen in France in the service for tke . H. L. BALDWIN. t) tat?. MTTfrHFTX LEAVES F0R-D- 5 7 past six months. and tract No. 3 to Mrs. James Hilton 1 m mm mm for $286 per acre. There were no . v TY WITH TS, S. A. ''OYER THERE-improvements on the premises. LAYMEN'S MEETING THURSDAY., PARIS THIEF CAUGHT IN COVINGMr, Newton Mitchell received word The sale brought out a good crowd TON. Saturday from his son, Mr. Joseph ' A laymen's meeting will b held ki if investors nd it was considered a Canrp Mitchell, who has been atleaving the Bourbon County Y. M. C. A.$, good sale and shows that real estate Chief ofPolice Fred Link went to Building on Thursday, April 4, at Zachary Taylor, that he was is still In demand and always brings Covington this morning ana wui train with good prices in Paris. bring back to Paris, nammon oage. that day on a specialport In tne u. 7:30 p. m. All the men of the city is a very stylish hat-r--a little more conservative than the tigeto under indictment in the other comrades for a probability saiL and county are urged to attend amd to m m other Stetsonstyles. but you will find it a very becoming participate in the plans for proaot- -' Circuit Court for grand lar S., and would in all Bourbon COURT DAY VISITORS. , ing a movement to strengthen ceny. Cage stole 2 5 bales or snigies for France in a short while. hat to wear. Templin Lumber Company, equip men for a service greatly neei- from John Mitchell, Clarence Mitchell whichthe carried bale at a timefo. edV in our county. CENTENARIAN DIES. he and Elmer Farrow, of 'Millersburg, his home in Claysville. Chief Link sa4 Ml n&iavrafA rnT-- f rav in Paris yester pirJiarH "Round, a colored citizen. shingles. In the mean TELEPHONE BILL SIGNED day. They evidently pent part of lecovered the Hib- formerly lived on the Dan ,. j , time Cage was tipped off that the Governor Stanley has signed Jke this time on Monday in Claysyilie officer was on his trail and fled ler farm, pn Cane Kiage, "" "J.V" i billof Representative ChalF to came timo or Lexington, for when it his wires for cinnati,, Friday, ana was DIO"suiput into effect the constituttwial ; , tiiM didn't know thi Chief Link laid the received a teleParis and buried .Sunday. Hewu am6ndm6nt permitting cos61H!tto urged by PoHcp" capture and Sunday way. They wre v 107 years of age, and was,-JStates Army "" of telephone companies undr witn tyi trm fn KTwmd the night They gram through a United been jjjj Spring Styles in Netdeton Shoes in the Cane Ridge neighbor- officer that Cage had known of th stat" ItaUroi. rponi wfeicn they did. TV was in the Covington , mj ' COBHRiSfiOBr hood. to Judge will pay their . '- L " , S jail. Martin thhfabralEr. S .' m u. s. a. PASSE- S- NEW BILL DRAFTING YOUNG MEN OP INTEREST TO BOUEBOICFARMERS. - fifty-three- -! , b-- i a. 1 . - C col-Bai- n, j well-kno- 15-pou- d h Mi-.Sti- tt - -- t : 1 j j nine-$2,74- 0. ; ld n J pro-Hu- 1,000-poun- he-lon- g - - ut N - Kejak, four-day-ol-d -- Mmy-ville ' four-year-o-ld five-year-o- ld WE KNO W" H W j Pass-a-Gri- ll. (111 Pass-a-Gril- le 1,000-poun- SPRING SHOWING OF to-da- y. d -- -- MANHATTAN AND WILSON BROS.' FINE SHIRTS non-navia- non-naviga- re Vive-Presiden- t, 0, $2.00to$10.00 The Stetson Feature Hat at mi John B. Stetson Hats a (2-2- ' I $6.00 & am. - ,, MITCHELL - BLAKEMORE n;i T appre-hended-a- nd .rects - tll K n.n 3 ji 5 K. - ?1GE TWO .,My THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KY. v just as we. axej, in A TUESDAY, APRIL 2, HIS. IE BOURBON 188136 6 IWS Con- clothes and manners , to ..' Tnt- PAntol - our veryjity '.thbie wHo 4t"f Al'nrtll tCO W n ti. totudLf r- - ', &L "Established Years of be tinuous Publication Months.-.$1.0- frank an'd frequent un'd friendly. Let us be honest and genuine an'l fine and courteous in our daily lives, so when the friend comes he will find us untroubled and serene, as we always are, ready to receive the good p&TR!imninN 1 WIlWB AMERICAN FARM i -- l(:IoifMio;S52$r Sen1l(rkali'ehaiiofW& ' ' A TestimonyAnd faris JLdli Iti.Voice to the GraM Chords of Local Praise. TCfcrfktfaiW fe" - For Rent? Published Every Tuesday and Friday BACK TO THE LAND "We can count to the utmost degree, on the p5.Lri0l.idm of the American farmer," Herbert Hoover said in-- a recent onfrrrco with Food Administration rorL.ei'5 of the different states. This was the message brought back by the Kentucky representative who attended the conference. Food must first be raised before it can be sent to American soldiers abroad and their English, French, Belgian and Italian associate's in war. The only people who can raise food in large quantities are the farmers, and Per Year.. $2. 00 on the folks back home producing the remedy and as I had read about largest food crop in the history of the Doan's Kidney Pills, I used them. They proved to be satisfactory and state. People who live in cities and small permanently rid me of the complaint. towns in Kentucky are asked to help 1 have good reason to recommend win the war by raising their own back- Doan's Kidney Pills and advise their yard gardens. Every time a city fam- use to anyone troubled with a weak passages of ily raises a bushel of beans in a garden or lame back or irregular the kidney secretions." the Food Administration is enabled to Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't take a bushel of beans from the farm simply ask for a kidney remedy get and send them to Europe. Gardener3 Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-Milbur- n are urged to raise enough beans and Mr. Dudley had. potatoes to last all next winter, and to Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. store them on their own premises. The Food Administration announces New Version of a Beatitude. that the entire country east of the Blessed are the poor, for they shall Mississippi River would have been not keep up appearances. Neither short of potatoes this last winter ex- must they read the books that are cept for this home supply raised in written about them. From Atlantic. gardens last year, but because they were raised in gardens potatoes today Are you helping the government are plentiful and one of the cheapest On Pleasing: Mother. foods in the market, and every one in its prosecution of the war in every The effort at "pleasing mother" should use them freely. The man who way you can? should be cultivated in the childish can raise a gardenthis year, and does Early in help not only fail - - This has enlisted heart. cultivationlife they should be- not do so, will but will be in toactual gin the of thought arid ef- win the war, fort with reference to the gratifica- danger of himself suffering for food tion of her wishes and of making next winter. her happy. If they would do this Save Food. they would find daily opportunities The Food Administration announcea for speaking kind words and render- to the people of Kentucky that there ing such lielpul services and show- will be sugar for canning this year. ing such noble traits of character in Those who need sugar for canning Prices depend upon the style4 of dealings with others, as would glad- have only to apply to their County Ad- mountings and kind of power of , EDITORIAL MUSINGS. den the heart and lighten the cares ministrators at the canning time, who lenses. In the mountings there is a hof mother in a way too often thought will give them certificates entitling choice of solid gold, and of. If boys, if girls, could but real- them to purchase in necessary quan- other materials. Lenses may be flat Labor and the War. or toric (wide field); various kinds ize their indebtedness to their tities. of bifocals are supplied, as require'd. they certainly shipyard would Eastern strike mothers, Save Food. p The These factors make a considerable. Tbrought two notable contributions on generally be very much anxious During the next four months Amer- range in prices. .the subject of labor and the war. about pleasing them. The great men ica will be shorter of wheat than anyOur prices for all services and supPresident Wilson declared "ships are of the world, who have acknowledged thing else. Lessening of wheat con- plies are as low as is consistent with v absolutely necessary for the winning their indebtedness to their mothers, sumption is a military necessity. We the highest standard of service and of this war," that the strikers were took delight in pleasing them. But have less than a bushel apiece which materials. We have the latest thing s in in "painful contrast" to other work- - most of all their nol)le lives, the:r "must be made to last until about July jers, and were giving aid and comfort courage in doing right and thei 1st. Slaving wheat is war work, and frames. If you need glasses, give-utef'the enemy. honorable achievements in public the man or woman who wastes'wheai a call. Consultation free. jVs if to prove this the American life were especially pleasing to their J is m tlie class with the Russian Bol, Federation of Labor declared "this is noble mothers. Hardly a higher shevik! who destroyed ammunition and labor's war" and "must be won by tribute can be paid to any young enabled the Huns to make their in520 Main St. s man's success in life than "It pleased vasion of Russia a holiday affair. Both Phones. labor. ', Alter saying President To-day" thought, the story, the laugh, and to give him ourselves in return, our appreciaSWIFT CHAMP, Editor and Owner. best in conversation, and tion, and that will make the HumAny erroneous reflection upon the blest dinner a feast for .kings. fraracter, Btanding or reputation ot Turtle Soup. mmj person, firm or corporation which. aiay appear in the columns of THE A New Englander writes to his faBOURBON NEWS will be gladly corrected if brought to attention of the vorite journal to say that every poivl is full of snapping turtles, and that -alitor. turtle soup is not only edible, but palatable, yet "in his locality" it is ADVERTISING RATES not eaten. Unfortunate locality, home of the ' Display Advertisements, $1.00 per ignorant or at least the neglectful. Inch for first time; 50 cents per inch Turtle soup is so great a delicacy kch subsequent insertion. 'Reading Notices, 10 cents per line that the sign "Turtle Soup sach. issue; reading notices in black te;npts the abstemious to visit the restaurants in any Kentucky town, type, 20 cents per line, each Issue. Cards of thanks, calls on cand- and it means snapping turtle, or idates, obituaries and resolutions, and ll turtle ten times in ten. similar matter, 10 cents per line. Nature made the mud turtle someadvertise-meat- s Special rates for large what hard to catch .and much harder and yearly contracts. publisher is reserved to dress, but when you have caught The right of h decline any advertisement or other him and gotten him out of his shell you can make soup out of him if you '"natter for publication. Announcements for political offices mil; such soup that its excellence rinust invariably be accompanied by makes even mock - turtle soup sell. the cash. You may also eat the turtle as you would chicken, or pork, or beef, all of which he contains, according to any old Kentucky "uncle," and each variety of meat where a veteran turtle eater can find it without the slightest trouble. k boft-she- Payable in Aavance. From north to south, from east west; In every city, every community; In every $tate in the Union Rings out the grateful praise for Doan's Kidney Pills. 50,000 representative people in I offer for sale nrivatelv mvi every walk of life building, lot on Seventh street, ad - ' Publicly testify to quick relief and joining the property of Prof. T. A. ' lasting results. Hendricks. CalL on or address j And it's all for the benefit of fellow H. J. GROSCHEr sufferers. Both Phones 222. In this grand chorus of local praise Paris is well represented. Two nicely furnished Position- asfpianager or overseer of front bedExperienced. Beat of refer- rooms, in Nippert Flat, over Lin-vil- le " Shoe Store; for gentlemen ence. Apply at-- this office. (tf) roomers. Aply on premises. (29-3t- ) to MRS. N. farm. For Sale Found. nmi-oiioc- . Twn fin iqinn size, have been found in the lobby of the Paris postofflce. Owners can ob- tain them by calling at general de- v ! livery window, proving property and paying costs of advertising. Well-know- n merit? Wm. W. Dudley, 1729' Cypress the Kentucky soldiers at Hattiesburg street, Paris, says: "Some years ago, and Camp Zachary Taylor are counting I found it necessary to use a kidney Tell of personal experiences. Who can ask for better proof of Paris people VULCAN M-- & aE'. PLOWS EVANSVILLE, IND. The Vulcan Plow Co., tfflBK. TRY THE VULCAN HHK? Well Finished, Strong, Durable, LightDrafk Rib Strengthened Mold, Full Chilled Shinpiece, Interlocked Yomt, Land and Standard. Point has Face Chill, Wide Edge Chill, Long Snoot Chill, Patented Extension and is the STRONGEST and MOST DURABLE Chilled Point Made. Whan Buying a Plow, Consider Quality First, Price Second. --TAKE NO SUBSTITUT- EDon't let others try to put off "something just as good" others are simi-fabut they don't stand the racket. r, - withthe governmentjn the cause of America for the period of the war paper Our Prices Moderate gold-fille'- d Plow With a Plow That Will Plow X H . -- THE VULCAN Has Stood The Test Of Years ! v Dr. Wm. Riley Franklin STATEMENT wii-ison- Harmony" with the views of the Federation the statement continues: ""Give "workers a decent place to ,ifvet "protect them against conditions to take ajl their wages for bare existence, give them agencies whereby grievances can be adjusted and industrial justice assured, make it plain that their labor counts in the of the war for greater freedom, not for private profiteering and workers ca.n be confidently expected "to do war aims were in "adequate his mother." Sav Food. win-iliin- g President Wilson called attention to the facilities available for wage ' adjustment, affirming that "no bod of men have the moral right in the of the na. present circumstances tion to strike until every method of adjustment has been tried to the tj limit.". He also - notified labor every ' where that he- realized "it is the duty of the government To see that the best possible conditions of labor - are maintained, as it is also its duty 'to see to it that there is no lawless and conscienceless profiteering, and that duty the government has ac cepted and 'will perform." i We thoroughly approve both state- "'meats and think they could serve as progressive amelioration Z &x baste of ' of the labor problem. That a labor-ing man has a right to expect bet- tered existence needs no argument. "Every man, no matter his rank as a laborer, should h,e able to earn more mere subsistence. At the same "Uuue there are obligations just as important labor should not hesitate to accept even in times of peace. There are rights which the govern .7iient must protect, for all' laborers aud some returns in the way of un interrupted service which labor should guarantee the public. -" v their part." - - How About Your Credit. Can you getwmything you want to buy on credit? In nine cases out of ten the man who answers this question affirmatively is a man who has very little charged on the books of his local merchants. The man whose credits good uses it sparingly; pays his accounts and has small occasion to borrow from others. Credit is not a favor, it is not an implied compliment, but it is poor business. In the first place, it" is poor business on your part because it will lead you to extravagance. You will spend more money when you charge things than when you reach in your pocket and pay the fare as you go. The merchants realize that extended credit is poor business, too, but that is their business alone. You must take care of it; make other people respect it and respect it yourself. The campaign for additional signatures to the Household Pledge Card is progressing throughout Kentucky. About 200,000 women have signed, but 300,000 have not, and the campaign will continue until every one of the 300,000 have either signed or positively refused to do so. In some of the counties the newspapers are printing the names of those who sfgn. In those counties everybody knows that those whose names are not printed are not' trying to win the war, and are not good Americans. Save Food. Food Administration workers in every county are taking the names of those who sign and those who do not sign. Copies of these names will be kept in each county, in Louisville and in Washington. Soon this record will be complete, and the children otjthe future generations of Kentuckiana will be able to tell 100 years from now whether their grandparents were good Americans or selfish slackers. -- complaints. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, colds and croups. Chamberlain's Liniment for sprains, bruises, and rheumatic pains. Chamberlain's Tablets for stomach troubles, biliousness and consti, pation. This would require an outlay of ;only 1.10. By haVing these artl-,cl. JPAT at hand it would often save tho tor dou vnosiefcs teurauui nidkt., if ik fare is -in alain and4j ,trouble. ot a trip to town :y.i the , . . i i, t ! a iauic uitfiBL t mc; latila L4oVf in UUJUCak &C4L3UU Ul nIU 111C UlgUl, (UU J lKWb i siigui aii- - treaii, mot wearie and flushed as wouiq. ena.Die me iu lics-j- appear, and meats as soon as they H$k' am4 aaiet kurie iastead of an thereby aroid the more serious displeasure? Caa we.JMleara tc eases that "so of tea follow. atf-(adv-apri- l) Softer ourselves sincerely and simply, wiris)i should, be the most delightful anticipation, the vi3it of a friend. If -iaVnouse is clean and fair enough our "nearest and deareat, why not aJ friend? If dinner is enough Notour' nearest and dearest, why not far our friend? If dinner is ample Xor tke family, why not Tor a guest9 iAja4iwiU .not the day and the. visit are going into other people's busi--Bav Food. SffgiftH ness. In our admiration for the new l .. woman there is danger of fQgetting the wife arid mother and woman's CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED r. true sphere as a" with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they Jijjfof a family. And yet how seldom cannot reach the seat of the disease. fifTVe offer ourselves the relaxation Catarrh is a local disease, greatly afed our friends and neighbors the by constitutional conditions, IF I WERE A FARMER pleasure of such an, invitation? Is a and in order to cure it you must take coming? Straightway we set to an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh farmer work to clean house from garret to at IT I were a reliable I would keep Medicine is taken internally and1 acts medicines for through handa few ake and stew minor ailments that 'are not sb serithe blood on the mucous sur7 oUar;we Jook1 and sigh and work us ous as to require the attention of a faces of the system. . Hall's Catarrh . fknA tuss and . tkough some terrible calamity were physician such asjChamberlain's Coiic Medicine was prescribed by 'one of the aJKut 'to befall us, instead of that and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel hest physicians in this .coiintry for Seal Home Life. There is no greater token of affection than an invita-'tioto enter the real heart and home n. Good Word Tor The Hen. Save Food. In an interview today, vjFred. M. None. The Farmers Home Journal rises to speak a good word for the hen and Sackett, the Federal Food AdministraSWIFT CHAMP. her part in winning the war. "In all tor for Kentucky, said that the active Sworn to and subscribed before me he was receiving from the this 1st day of April, 1918. thistalk about food production the C. K. THOMAS, humble hen should not be forgotten, people of the state in all the efforts Notary Public Bourbon Co., Ky which the Administration at Washingbecause in a rush job she is in a class My Commission expires Jan. 22, by herself. She can produce food in ton was making to insure adequate supply of foodstuffs and equitable dis- 1918: the shape of eggs and meat, and can reproduce herself more quickly than tribution at fair prices, was intensely any other sort of livestock, and in do- gratifying. In war times prices of all ing it can use up more varieties of foodstuffs are high, yet high prices in- ? duce large production, and it is quanwaste-fooproducts." tity of food that this country needs today. Whatever sacrifice of personal Women In Business. gain is being made is by our people This is the age of women. We find who produce our needed food, is but all the avocations, professions and the tribute of the man and woman at trades of life opening their doors to home to our boys who have gone Cakes, Jelly Roll admit the enterprising women. Some every community to fight for our from fret" are going into their own and some Com and our liberties. Cream Puffs d Ownership, Management Etc., of THE BOURBON NEWS, published Tuesdays and Fridays, at Paris, Ky., for April, 1918, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. NOTE! This statement is to be made In duplicate, both copies to be delivered by the publisher to the Postmaster, who will send one copy to the Third Assistant Postmaster Deneral (Division of Classification), Washington, D. C, and retain the other in the files of the postoflice. Name of Editor Swift Champ. Postofncc Address Paris, Ky. Managing Editor Swift Champ. Business Manager- - Swift Champ. Publisher Swift Champ. Owners: (If a corporation give tho name and address of stockholders hold Ing one per cent, or more of .total amount of stock.) v Swift Champ. mortgages and Known stockholders, other security holders, holding onf per cent, or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities. Of The Here's the Place to Get the Genuine. C. S. BALL GARAGE Cor. Fourth and Pleasant 3tc. L. & N. TIME TABLE (Effective February 10, 1918, at 12:01 a. m.) FROM - v ARRIVAL' TRAINS 34 It 17 40 37 12 33 138 38 39 : Atlanta, dally Rowland, daily except Sunday Maysville, daily except Sunday Lexington daily except Sunday. . r., Cincinnati, O., dally Lexington, daily Chicago, dally ... .: Maysville, Daily Except Sunday Lexington, Daily Knoxville, .- -. , ; , , .,.7:40 5:20 am . . ,7'tl am 7:88 tm am .. ..I0:20am pm 3 15 pm 10:05 am 10:07 am 5:40 BAKERY DEPARTMENT Cincinnati, Daily Except Sunday 16 Lexington, Daily Except Sunday 3 ' Jacksonville, Fla., Dally 13t Lexington Daily ...7 31 Cincinnati, O., Daily 210 Lexington, Sunday only 209 Maysville, Sunday only N Tenn.,Daily . . '.""'sSO . r " - .".'.'... 1230 0 5J50 pm pm 5 pm .10:23 p m 10:30 pm pm 3:15 pm pm Doughnuts, Rolls, Pies TRAINS 34 Cincinnati 40 FOR - LEAVE home-make- GROCERY Fruits Fresh Vegetables daily Cincinnati, dally except Sunday.... 17 Xiexingtbn .dally except J3unday... 10 MayiTille, dailyaxcept Sunday .13 Lxinfton, "daily except Sunday .37 KnoxrlUe," iafly 33 ........ ....'....".. 7: 45 1 5:25 am am 'est -- If JnStn JtekionTilledally daily .... . r 1:4$ 10:28 10:35 10:25 8:25 -- 7t47 am mol am am am pm -- MEAT ff $' years. It is composed of some of tho best tonics known, combined vith some of the best blood purifiers. Th3 perfect combination of the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medicine what produces such wonderful-resultin catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., i.-s DEPARTMENT Roats Lamb, Veal, Pork Brains f Rowland, Daily except Sunday..-- . 16 Maysville, daily except Sunday. 32 Chicago dally 131 Lorfacfem, Dally 31 Atlamta.ChL.Dan7 210 Mayarille, Sunday only 209 Lexington, .Sunday onlj ., . . 6-- oo pm pm m R0 ".'...xt:T pm 10:38 pm 1'35 pm pm 447 es .. .V ,. - -.- n. ..All Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. (adv-ajri- l) Toledo, O. WILMOTH . NO. , fc trojUmusjoJhandsojta;Coicert-edlglit ?. 4 . The 'oasthe western V - Phone 376 y Grocery Co. ' TRAINS ARRIVE FROM Ky., Daily Sx. Sunday. .. .w. Ky., Daily Ex; Snys..C.w.wv PIAIW5 UIHAKT FOR rFraml-fortKy., IJailyUx. Suaday... t Frankfort, Ky.. Dally 2 ' Frankfort, 4 Frankfort, , ... ....... ..-. .. . . 738-a- . 1 Ex.'Smdy...;....U...r;.'.. ;.... :5I p. a a m f:X S:K a. :Jkr. X, vf TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918. EAT WITHOUT EEAE OF IHDIGESTIOH OR SOUR. ACID STOMACH HONOR MONTH-PARI- THK BOURBON HEWS, FAKIS, MICKIE SAYS HEN NAN Bfc SONtE PLACE WHERE TVEV DO ROIi FOR SEVENTH ' I CJTY SCHOOL. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Comings andGoings of Our People Here, There and m Instant Relief! "Pane's Diapen- sin" Ends Your Stomach DistressTry It! Wonder what upset your stomach . which portion of the food did the damage do you? Well, don't bother. If your stomach is in a revolt; if sick, gassy and upset, and what you just' ate has fermented and turned sour; head dizzy and aches; belch gases and acids and eructate undigested food; breath foul, tongue coated just take a little Pape's to help neutralize acidity and five minutes you wonder what in became of the indigestion and distress. Millions of men and women that it is needless to have dyspepsia. A little Diapepsin occasionally keeps the stomach sweetened and they eat their favorite foods without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion; if your food is , a damage instead of a help, remember the quickest, surest, most harmless relief U Pape's Diapepsin, which costs only nfty cents for a large case at drug It's truly wonderful it stores. stops fermentation and acidity and sets things straight,, so gently and easily that it is .really astonishing. (adv) Dia-peps- in Iq pj j?2 NO PACKAGES POR SOLDIERS UN LESS SU JlJfitlUJSSlJJill.X Shipment of any articles to troops in France, unless they have been real been forbidden by major-GenerMarch, Acting Chief of Staff. They will be refused by the postoffice and express companies unless accompanied by an approved request from the soldier. No explanation of the order wa5 given in the statement issued by General March, but it is known that the purpose is to conserve transportation space, both in ships crossing the At- quested by the soldier himself, has lantic and an the badly congested French railroads. FOR RmOTJS TROUBLES. X Tablets are excellent. Try them and see how quickly they give you a relish for your food and banish that dull and stupid feeling. (adv-april) To promote a healthy action of the nnrvont thp. disorders caused by biliousness, Chamberlain s u.r,. Let Us Take The Risk Home Dry Cleaning is dangerous to vou and your family. Results can not be as good as when we do it. For quality and service, phone The Electric Dry Cleaning Co. Fifth Street, near Traction (apr2-2- t) Office, Paris, Kentucky. Cumberland Phone 901, Home Phone 12. TWIN BROS X Department Store. Announces A SPECIAL SHOWING OF New Dresses in many beautiful designs and patterns at bargain prices. TWIN BROS. Department Store Main aid Serentk Streets from a visit to relatives mond' Mrs- Maude Flynn, of Winches- leuem guest ui menus m ," Paris. Mr. ThomdTs Prichard was at home several days from Camp ZacU-9ar Taylor, near Louisville. ;rs- Thompson Tarr and Mrs. Hugh Montgomery were recent itors in Cincinnati. 9. Mrs- - Harry Booth, of Lawrence-noc- k Hilda Taylor' 91, Thelma Bran-- ! 91, Nancy Yornig 90, Josephine; DUr is a guest of her parents, Mr. ; r and Mrs. A. J. Fee. Fithian 90. Misses Katnenne Marsh ana GRADE 8A. j. Mary Kenney Webber were at home Louise Collier 93, Katherine t from Margaret College, at Versailles, 91. The Hon. Mrs. Grahame was a the Easter holidays. ik y for jgr-V"V' ' GRADE 8B. i ViC"j; famous beauty of her time, and Mr. William G. Swearengen, of Virginia Morrison 91, Nannett-was considered one of the most Cincinnati, is a guest of his father-in-laArkle 96, Laura Belle Smith 92, Ed Mr. George R. Davis. beautifully dressed women so Drane Patton 93, Elizabeth Taylor Miss Anna Welsh, of near Paris, 93, Margaret Hill 98, Virginia Hanbeautiful that Gainesborough recock 97, Virginia Cahal 93) Kati'r is visiting her sister, Mrs. O'Donnell, quired no accessory in his paintin Avondale, near Cincinnati. Howard 97. ing. Mr. Coleman-Reniis at homa GRADE 7A. Thelma Payne 96TEnen Scott 94. from Chicago, where he has been atTTTHm, - cr rrr tending college, for a vacation stay. rr vk. GRADE 7B. The proportions' of her figure 4flKL.. Kir i Muu Mrs Katie Bryan has a guest Martha Collier 91. so carefully taken denote that CHARLES , at herhome on Cane Ridge, near 5tJ 3? 4j"") GRADE 6A. SUOHROC she could have worn this model. Edgar Hill 96, Anita Overby 91, Paris, Miss Mary King, of Mt. Sterling. Christine Sams 90. GRADE 6B. Mr. Madison Smoot, of the LouNature gave her a low bust, Harry Tucker 94, Elgin Story 90, isville & Nashville clerical forces, is ADVANCE PUBLICITY FOR THIRD and this little model would have GoldFrances Thompson 93, Hallan wrestling with a severe case of LIBERTY LOAN. held the bust and cunningly instein 95, Frances Clark 95 Bruce mumps. 93. dented the waist with that very To prepare long in advance for the Gardner Mrs. Carl Crawford, who has GRADE 5A. straight front and back line so third Liberty Loan campaign, ten been spending the winter in St. PeElmita Douglas 92," Ethel Shank-li- n tersburg, Fla., will return to Paris parties of three or more speakers much the vogue. 92, Katherine Young 93, Ethel this week. each will start tours early this Woodward 93. Misses Marguerite and Clara month, visiting several towns a day GRADE 5B. and assisting local committees to or95, Marie Bishop Highland, of Covington, "are guests William Hinton ganize publicity and other campaign 94, Anne Cay wood Talbott 95, Ger- of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. James, in Henry This beautiful model is work for the big drive, which prob- trude Smelser 93, Ethel Mae Curtis Addition. made of fine batiste. It -Mr. Charles XA. Webber, of the ably will be in April. One speaker 90, Will Moore Lair 95. exquisitely completes' the Bourbon Garage & Supply Co., has GRADE 4A. in each party, the Liberty Loan Publingerie ,of the well dressed s' sojourn af, leturned from a licity Bureau announced, will be a Blanche Davidson 92, Dorothy Pep- Martinsville, Indiana. woman, i United States soldier who has seen per 94, Helen Roberts 95, William Misses Margaret Stone, Lucille Yerkes 95, Alice Burton 97, Rebecca service in France and one will be a Collier 95, Rosa May Carr 91, EJsie Burnaw and MaryTilton, guests of woman. lelatives in this city, have returned to Definite plans have been made for Morrison 96. GRADE 4B. their home in Carlisle. v-three parties which will start Marcn Miss Elizabeth Clay Alexander, Kady Elvove 94, Sam Hendricks 11 on tours respectively of the Richof Piaua. Ohio.is a guest of Mr. and 94, Sarah Elvove 93. Back Lace. Front Lace. r mond, Va., Atlanta and Dallas FedMrs. A. B. Hancock, and Miss Kate GRADE 4B. street. Alexander, on Pleasant eral Reserve districts. Jessie Irvine 93, Myrtle Watson 93, " Moving picture stars have been enMiss Ruth Feld, who is attend Lelia Kiser 92, James Reading 91. ing Say: o College; in Lexington, spent listed for campaign work in the third 91, agreed Windel Reading 90. FreedaNewman the Easier holidays in Paris with her loan. Douglas Fairbanks-ha- s 91, Edwin Rice parents, - and Mrs. David Feld. to "tour anywhere, do anything, and " GRADE 3 A. r . hos. Mitchell, of this city, M:r. say anything" on behalf of the loan. Mildred Green 90, Kraft King 90, who lecncly underwent a serious Mary Pickford will spend one week MeJewel Mapey 91, Euspeaking in Eastern States and Mar- Harvey Hill 91,91, Frankie Hubbard surgicaroperation at the Massie gene Strother morial Hospital, is improving nicely. guerite Clark will make a speaking 92, Chas. Cook 94, Edward Merrin-ge- r Mrs. Lyttleton B. Purnell return' tour of the Middle West. 94, Ruth Dickerson 95, Effie Ed- ed Friday night from a visit to her wards 95, Susan Howard 97. sisters,' Mrs. Lee Barbour and Mifcs GRADE 3B. Mabel Hill, at St. Matthews, near Elizabeth Watson 90, Edna Bruco Louisville. LEXINGTON, KY. Stewart 92, David Blythe 94, Edna Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hershel Crump 91, William Sauer 96, Katie Humble arrived Saturday from their THE. THREAT TO WORLD Lee Sanders 93, Richard Best 94. home at Somerset, Ky., for a visit to SAFETY "" x Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Thompson, on Dun-co- n GRADE 2A. v Orie Lee Boaz 90, John Bower 94, ' avenue. That appalling damnation Miss Sara Power, who is attendDorothy Thomas 94, Thenaska humanity intelligence with 94, Willie Martin ,Mann 90, ing Science Hill Academy, at Shelby converting a whole people into Elsie Myers 90, William Marshall 94; ville, spent the Easter holidays with, a predatory monster has deRuth-Le- e 90, Katie Irvine 95, Mary her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. scended on the world. E. Isgrig 91, Julian Howe, Jr., 90. Power, near Paris. No human institution, fire or Virginia Honican 93, Noah S. Hinton Miss Mary Gorey, who is attendbeasts breaking 'up fabled 93, Imogene Fryman 92, Albert ing Nazareth Academy, near Bard- through the crust of the earth, Blythe 92, Eugene Chambers 95, town, spent the Easter holidays in could not more awfully threaten Kenney Chambers 93, Ella D. Faulk this city with her parents, Mr. and us. Dl, Vivian Smith 91, Elizabelh Mrs. Edward H. Gorey. Every energy of every civilizDouglass 90, Edward Shout 90, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Murray, of y Gladys Quinn 90, ed nation be assembled for reAurora, 111., Louis Turner, of M.'M. GRADE 2B. sistance. I., Miss Juliet Turner, of Hamilton College, and Mr. Harmon Turner, of An unused dollar is an unusShirel Wills 90. s Camn Zachary Taylor, spent the ed weapon. Columbia Grafcnola No. A, $18.00 GRADE 1A. Mr. and Mrs. How shall we face enslaved McCoul Easter holidays with Eva Roberts 96, Dorothy Ed. Turner, near Paris. men, mutilated chidren and for95, Marie Foley 95, Anna Parrent 93. (Other Personals on Page 5.) Bowling 92, Ella May Brown lorn women, if in this hour of Frances lea )5& ki ; supreme peril, we hold back 90, James Morrison 96, Dotson Wells , A HERO EVERY DAY. 90, Raymond Stewart 94, idle in our house a weapon that 93. William Clough 92. Claude might have helped to save the For unusual heroism, the Secretary KRussell 90, Prentice Burton 96, John world. of the Navy has just awarded a medKing 95, Elon , Tucker 94, Elsey al honor to Ora Graves, seaman of Tucker 95, JJarry Lancaster 95. Columbia Grafonola No. the United States navy. His is the GRADE IB. of honor awarded to a mm Nancy Baldwin 96, Elizabeth Hin- second medal regular navy since the , Maxey 91, Hazel Mastin man in the Lucy ton PASTOR GIVEN 15 YEARS TOR 92, Annella Myers 96, Camille Per- war began. On JDecember 23, last, DISLOYAL UTTERANCES kins 92, Mary Stone 91, Elizabeth an explosion following the firing of a salute charge on boaid Whitley 97, Louis Elvove 95, Virgil three-inc- h A sentence of fifteen years in the Gaitskill 94, Lawrence Mullin 95, the U. S. S. Pittsburg, then in Federal penitentiary at Atlanta wa- - Anna Lee Watson 91, Bonnie Leo South American waters. Two men imposed by Federal Judge nowe on Perkins 91, Clemma Mann 90. were killed and several others inthe Rev. Clarence H. Waldron, a Bap3 m-iGraves was thrown Jo the clergyman, of Windsor, Vermont, CANCELED STAMPS HAVE NO USE jured tist Columbia Grafonola No. C, $45.00 deck but soon recovered. Coining to convicted Tuesday nightof disloyal IN EEi) CROSS WORK. utterances and opposing the Governhis senses, he noticed a bundle o'f ment's military service plans. burning waste lying on the deck. DeDon't waste time and, energy sav- spite his knowledge of 'the presenco A motion for a stay of execution was denied by Federal Judge Howe, ing canceled postage stamps for the of powder in a nearby xiasement, and 410 MAIN STREET PARIS, KENTUCKY who, however, in imposing sentence Red Cross. Somebody, somewhere of being killed by announced that the motion might be has started one of those pleasant, the risk he took picked up the blazing presented later. ' fictions explosion, he put out the flames with J? material and ago a jury at Brattle-boro- . but Twononths concerning the value of postage twenty-fou- r enlisted in the failed to agree after stamps which have served their his hands. Graves hours. At both trials Waldron made original purpose. This time the. idea navy in November, 1916, at San ? vehement denial of the charges, alFrancisco. His mother, Mrs. Alice though a score of witnesses testified spread abroad is that the American L. Graves, lives at Maxwell, N. M. thnt Iip refused the use of the Baptist Red Cross has devised a method of IS JEl JBI church at Windsor for patriotic meet- extracting the dyes from the canMY SOLDIER. the celed stamps and putting the dyes to ings; that he had spoken against Liberty Loan and had advised youni? practical use. There is nothing more ' Now I lay me down to sleep, -even men to resist the draft firing-squa- to th in the scheme than a figment of I pray the Lord my soul to keep, e point of facing a sunrise God bless my brother gone to war someone's imagination; but tlie reports that sev- Across the seas, in France so far. Department m m ifc Liberty Oh, eral bags of old stamps have occuiny Save may his fight for millions more man ntiie me POR SPECIAL USE. ulated through the good will of perNEW POSTER 'Prom cruel fates of ruthless blast. sons who have thought they were 7 The "Melting Pot" poster, especial- doing something to help win the war. And bring him safely home at iasc. ly intended for use among foreign also, - The idea in the paraphrase of the language speaking people in behalf within the last two weeks, reauy iui scores of letters have been .received familiar prayer was suggested by the of War Savings is now plea of a little girl whose shipment from Washington. Ken- at Red Cross headquarters, from per- bedsiue is fighting in France. It was tucky has a small allotment of these sons asking information regarding brotheri.HnronPo nhnnt the time news riTrn posters on the way. and the atten- the matter. , of the death of the first Kentucky tion of County Chairmen is called to The Red Cross wishes to advise, was published. Atter-x- nc importhem. It is of the greatest, posters asovidelv as possible, the absolute soldier little one. had fallen asleep her mothtance to see to it that these v falsity of theeport that used post- er composed the lines above, and it in are conspiciously displayed our such age stamps have any' value through would be a beautiful thing if all the pop-.,ithat? class of lo'calities where v of the and Club houses, the extraction of the dyes contained little brothers"AnrnRcs sisters seas, in nrAilominates. the 7Anf,,if,'nnc and society 'headquar in them. France," were tauglit to pray: "God DONE BY mmm ters, churches and other meeting .yZEWTJTi .mess ray orowici &vnv, - .. -- places, newspaper oSices, factories help Politics of the Future. Buy War Sasdngs Stamps and ,,; niaces of business, are es A CALL GIVE Some day a political genius will an- "Save millions more than little me.' display of pecially adapted for thev pa covets the votes of the nounce that lie . this poster. rvua. Miitimi.il War Savings? Com worst class of people; and the bored d electorate will arise, ,iffQ will h nleased to send a and It isn't wholly because of a chilly speaker from the Foreign Language with a mighty shout and elect him that some people are all wrap"Division, at wasningwu, community to office unanimously. Sioux City ped up in themselves. Philadelphia "" ' section where there is a . Journal. Record. - 1' .. foreign language speaking people. of nttP.ntion of County Chairmen is ti,0 Great Britain hadmoe .wheat in tThe oldestlion'in captivity has called to this, .so that;Jthey .pnf y comithe'first ofDecenber) 1917y been putto death because his; age municate aneir wisnes xo aiweneau- store on-year , v 'him.'was a tburderr-tbefore. than a r quarters. -.' -IWD VT BETTER JO& pamTiNTaTH&N V4YAAT Nfc DO M JTWlS OFFICE, BUT CANT MP OM THIS GRADE 12. Vernita Baldwin 94. Charlta TCpn- ney 91, Robert Lavin 94, Ruth Lin- vnie si, Hiuna onapp U6, iuaDei rem-- . plin 92. GRADE 11. Wm. Brophy 92, Elmeta Hinton 91, Tfcelma Squires 91, Virginia Dundon' i, .Lawrence aoper 91, Eugene liair 91 Albert Stewart 91 GRADE 10. Margaret Lavin 97, Dorothy Tingle, Christine McCord 96, Catherine Brophy 94, Mildred Collier 91, Fa-- j vola Dundon 91, Elizabeth Snapp 90. - Elsewhere. Mrs. Homer Kiser has - J returned in Rich- - x w RMDFERN CORSETS 7, v - 'TheNe Plus Ultra of Corsetry' -- vis-GRA- rv2 Wal-lingfo- rd fl w w, ck LAi I ten-day- r -- $4 up. N :- - r- WOLF, WILES CO. -- Nv Mc-Co- rd -- ty -- Columbia Grafonolas SHBr . John-Shear- er B$30.00 i a - ARDERY DRUG COMPANY V likely-to-be-annoyi- ng WALL PAPER Paints - d. Post-dffic- Brushes Window Glass House and Sign Painting Paper Hanging Interior Decorating WORK EXPERTS US oi sim-ia- li -- 8lf-Centere- d. soft-soape- on - ;j C. A. DAUGHERTY Fifth and ,r II .. Streets - " o '- .. - - K' ?AU JTOfl .T-- V THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, RY scissors and thimble, present your- self for service. To The House-Cleaner- s. tumsat, awul i a, ifai.: COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. NEWS ? At the recent meeting ot the Paris A considerable number" or letters City Council, presided oyerby Mayor of the most im- are being received irom county E. B. January, In work of - ing yourgarments, sorting "and cast- portant features was the recommen- agents and others regarding miscel the Red Cross re- dations made aside engineer laneous products for sale, especially quests that you keep in mind a sec- W. H. Weiss, with regard to the canned tomatoes, canned corn, etc. THE RELIABLE STORE ond call for refugee clothing. This lighting of city and renewal of; The Department, of Markets can. All honor to our girls, the "club will surely come as the autumn ad- - the contractthe electric lighting for ; of material aid to home canners be for ia A magnifi- j vancesf women of the current year. By the report it disposing of these products if full cent success was theirs in the Red was shown that the city had been particulars are furnished. County Cross sale of last Saturday. A genMrs. has set the such products in their response met them on ever mark. James McCluregarments, her paying a total of $7,995.04 per an- Agents, having earnestly erous Besides other num for lighting the city streets, counties, are requested to side. Mr. Cline, in offering his office output has been sixty (60) pairs of when a reasonable compensation, s a store house for supplies, little socks, furnishing her own yarn his estimation, would be aboutin make an endavor to arrange for their marketing this dreamed of being submerged in eggs, She has knitted for every branch of $5,000. Mr. C. L. Steenbergen, man- work may in order that duringgood be carried on the butter, preserves, pickles, hams, seed the army, from private to ager of the Paris Gas & Electric Co , coming year. corn, hay, dry goods, potatoes, groPershing next. was present, and stated the comJOHN R. HUMPHREY, fancy work, flowceries, pany's side of the matter, and tha Field Agent in Marketing. ers, having even the care of live the company had been consistently te T With the Clubs. Jt "C. stock thrust upon him. However, he NOW SHOWING proving himself to Progressive Culture Club carrying out fts jcontract with the THE PASSING OF HORSE SHOW The came up smiling, city. be the "good fellow" that he really closes the year with a musicale. furtherThe matter was deferred for DAY AT APRIL COURT. investigation. Leader, Mrs. Foster. is. . The Council allowed and ordered The Paris Literary Club sets asido paid The passing of what was once the amount of $450 its program for a day with the Red on the interest to Clay - At the Bed Cross Booms. note as do big feature of April Court Day in the Mrs. Green Cross. 'Tuesday U. D. C. and W. C. T. U. show, was painnation to the Massie Memorial Hos- Paris, the OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Wednesday Paris Literary Club. pital. The bond of Patrolman Geo. fully apparent Monday when only The Millersburg Twentieth Cen Judy "Thursday Methodist Women's tury Club closed was .read and put on record. A three stallions were exhibited and year's work on its Society. . motion was adopted approving a they of the draft type of horses. Priday Baptist Woman's Society. Saturday, March 30, with the follow warning to the public regarding the Years ago somewhere in the neighing program: Saturday D. A. K. dog tax law, which became effec- borhood of 25 to 35 stallions would C-Kentucky Art tive yesterday. The contract made be on exhibition," representing a Joel Tanner Hart Mrs. Chas. Robt An emergency call has been rewith Woods Bros, regarding use cf money value of more than $100,000. ceived by the Surgical Dressings De- Jones. Sawyer Miss Ollie Fisher. the old limekiln property as a public Then it was that such famous stalPaul partment, for a large number of artidumping ground waFTeferred to the lions as Barron Wilkes, King ChiefDixie Seldon Miss Agnes Purnell. cles, which must be delivered by Bourbon Wilkes, Favorite Committee on Sanitation for recon- tain, April 6th. The room will be open C. Kentucky Treasurers of Art Mrs. sideration. The matter of establish- Wilkes and Bourbon King would at B. Smith. every day this week. Skilled or unof horsemen and ing a fire the Current History was chosen as the mitting zone in to city limits, per- tract hundredssquare would be a th skilled, you are needed. Armed with topic for next sea control the char- entire public the city study. year's acter of building erected and build- of humanity interested in the fine anThis being the last meeting, tho imals. But this has all hostess, Mrs. C. B. Smith was given ing permits, was brought up for con- under the changing stress disappeared of time and permission to serve a Hoover tea, sideration. Councilman Merringer's motion to drop, the litigation" pend the public square is now largely dewhich all enjoyed. ing between the city and the Ne' moted to the sale of plug 'horses and Independent Tobacco Warehouse Co., the parking of automobiles, a bum The North Middletown Woman's Club closes the year with the fol- regarding the latter's property in Salvation Army entertainment and a order to save attorneys' fees, was few street fakirs. lowing program: The World's Islands Mrs. Mag- lost by a vote of 4 to 3. The report of business done in the nus Rash. FREE DEMONSTRATION. WHITE GOODS IN NEW STYLES Mules, Influence of Geography on Govern Police Court in the months of Janment, Society and Religion Mrs. uary, February and March was subAttend the free demonstration of mitted by Police Judge Ernest MarJohn S.Talbott. Farm Implements, &c. the famous Calaric Pipeless Furnace NOVELTIES OF ALL KINDS IN NEW Adaptability of Present Races tin, showed a total amount assessed in the Price Building Wednesday; The in. fine of $319, of which $67.50 was to Geographical Condition, and the WASH GOODS outlook for the Future Mrs. Will collected, $198 replevined and $60 Thursday and Priday. Many Pleased worked out. users in Paris. Maple Lawn. Farm, four miles Gay. At HOWARD HARDWARE CO., Agts. from Paris, on the Jackstown pike, Mrs. Frank Lowry, State Chairman -Jo. Varden, Local Representative. 'l!'"-s. of Art, addressed the NintlfDistrict FELD'S FINE SPRING FOOTWEAR. mmj A VARIETY TO SELECT FROM. Convention held in Maysville last FRESH FISH week. She reminded her audience READY-TO-WEA- R As usual, we have a fine assortment beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m. that, though pur every resource Nice fresh shipment of salmon-fo- i Haying sold my farm and am mov- should be utilized to win the war, of Spring footwear and a great Call us up. We dress them ing to town, I will sell the following we should not lose sight of the fact variety to select from. free of charge, prompt delivery. (26-t. FELD'S SHOE STORE. at auction: that some day the war will' be over, MARGOLEN'S SANITARY MEAT and that day must not find us unMARKET. Mules, Horses and Ponies DOG TAX. prepared. We must still move for25 head of mules, including 18 ward in lines of progress, of educaSERIOUSLY HURT The ordinance passed by the City BRAKEMAN tion, ecpecially along the lines of art, mules; SUNDAY. upon which many of our industrial Council on February 28, 1918, in reTwo yearling mules; gard to a tax on dogs, will be strictly occupations depend. 6 or 7 aged work mules; Brakeman Hooper, who lives with enforced, beginning April 1, 1918. driving, 25 head of work and The tax is ?1 on each dog owned or his mother on Parrish, avenue, was COME IN AND SEE The Woman's Society of the horses; struch by a church recently held its annual harbored by any person in the City Sunday, and freight train at Berea., Six ponies; was seriously hurt. He OUR STOCK. gray mare, half; Home Mission meeting. The pastor, of Paris. One Upon the payment of the tax the was taken to the hospital at Berea Dr. Goldsmith, gave an infoimal talk, Percheron, broke and a good one; and at last report was "in a serious sorrel, half Per- full of information concerning the fiifv PnllAotnr will nrfnvnieTi i"ho rkwnm ! Condition. One ifVi t.i.1 rnllm.rinn-mfc, ..w m different phases of home work, after with a , rnotal tir ..iwi flio lUJiunuifj., cheron mare, will weight 16C0 which a collection was taken amount- inscription thereon: "Paris Dog Tax pounds, strictly good; 1918." This must be attached to the' V. C. FERTILIZER. gelding, half ing to fifty dollars. A social hour fol- - dog. One lowed, during which tea and sandPerchenm, good; Burley Tobacco glower and true All dogs on which tax is not paicL I wiches were served. One pair Percheron mares; growers' favorite. The Week of Prayer, observed by will be humanely destroyed. years old, J?"43CJ f(22-4tOne family horse, six ) E. B. JANUARY. W. C. DODSON. . Be-- j , the C. W. B. M., closed Friday. good saddler, gentle for lady; Mayor of the City of Paris sides the devotional service, the liter family horse; One registered com- ary program and the business session, (It) One a number of new names were enrollbined gelding, 16 hands high; POLITE, FAIR AND HELPFUL. Carrie Cantrill chestnut mare by ed and the annual Easter offering Highland Denmark, in foal to High- was taken, which this year amounted Courtesy, square dealing and serland Choice, a beautiful mare, regis to $120. Now, since you have settled the vice are required by the Internal tered; its thousands of One Bourbon Chief mare, in foal income tax question, get ready for Revenue Bureau of aiding in the colthe liberty Loan. We are staking employees who are to Bourbon King, season paid; good young horses, eight every thing on Uncle Sam, and he lection of war revenues. A manual Balance has been sent out for their use with or ten of which I have registered needs the money. We must not fail to reach our ap- the purpose of making as pleasant ad from four to six yeais old; registered portionment "of War Saving Stamps. possible the task of the American citArabia to Shetland mare pony, pet name, Beau- Five cents a day will buy three izen are find out what his Pederat and how to pay them. taxes Baby Bonds. ty, gentle; The internal revenue officers aie ponies, bred at Two yearling fill instructed to inform the taxpayers Elmendorf; 15 PIECES OF PARIS PROPERTY all his rights, to require of him not of 1 pony, One spotted AT AUCTION. cent more than the law demands, very gentle; while at the same time securing Two or three unbioken ponies. Having bought some farm land I the Government all that justly fo' is find I must convert my city property due it. Cattle into cash, and will sell without reIt is estimated that 7,000,000 very choice serve, at public auction, on Satur- American citizens will pay income Eight fresh cows, some day, April 6, beginning at 1:30 p. taxes this year a great increase in the lot; pieces Aberdeen-Angu- s yearling m., 15property, of the most desirable from the few hundred thousand hereFive town consisting of three tofore paying such taxes. bulls, ready for service; pieces facing on Broadway business The work of estimating and Ten head of good steer calves; property; a number of desirable taxes from such a great numTBight or ten Jersey heifers; building lots and number of cottages ber of citizens is one of great magniyearling cattle. w and small homes. For further details tude, and that it should be done fairsee Harris & Speakes. ly and without friction is an achieveWe're on the job this season With the best and Hoes. JAMES McCLURE. ment worth much effort. (26-3- t) most complete line of Boy' Clothes in Paris. Thirty head ol eighty-poun- d shoats; VALUABLE PROPERTY AT AUCMothers come here with full confidence in our Twenty shoats; TION ON SATURDAY, APRIL 6. good sows and pigs, mostly CHAS. SCOTT TO MANAGE EO1! Eight ability to meet Boys' Clothing requirements, and KLAW & ERLANGER. Durocs; Beginning at 1:30 p. m., on Saturwe are sure that we can please the boys, as we have Two registered Elmendorf Beik-- j day, April 6, Harris & Speakes will Mr. Chas. Scott, formerly-- of Lexshire boars; sell for James McClure 15 pieces of ington, who has been manager of the made special efforts this season in buying the nobOne Duroc boar; city property. Some fine Dixie Theatre, at Camp Zachary valuable property, a number of beauOne sow due to pig soon; biest and best styles we could find The new Taylor, has resigned that" position business Also lot of good chickens. cottages a and will leave shortly for New York tiful building and go number of desirmilitary models in form fitting backsjbelt all around lots in this sale. If to take charge ofone of the Klaw & able Earm Implements you need a. home or v ant investment Erlanger Theatres in that city. and fancy patch pockets in olive, drab, tanr, grays Mr. Harrison Scott, his son, is a property this is jrour opportunity. One Superior drill, bought new last C26-3- t) and fancy mixtures are bound to meet the an- member of the Barrow Hospital Unit fall; One Thomas drill, good as new; and as soon as he leaves the Camp Deering binder; his father will go to New York. B-- 4 ffp provaI of wel1 Messed boys. Oth-- r models just as Deering mower, bought last seagood are shown in abundance. We r a1. .l son; "v W.O.HINTON &SON,Agts ing, big line of suits with two pairs of pants to match. Moth Land roller; know good Harrows; clothes will know these values are not offered in every store. Breaking plows; ' Avery cultivators; 16.000 BARRELS OF WHISKY ENHay rake; DANGERED BY EIRE. Three good Stivers grass seed stripFor pers; The old cooper shop and barrel Four farm wagons; house belonging to the Kentucky Two spring wagons; Distilleries & Warehouse Company, 25 Cents ;7 : Brake wagon; at Camp Kelson, were destroyed by Three dump carts; fire Friday nijgftt at about 11 o'clock. Dump wagon; The fire is supposed to have originHog boxes; . ated from the cooper shop, a part of Grass seed drill; which was used as a blacksmith shn.v , New Moyer buggy; , Both buildings, with the exception of Sveral other buggies; HYou can color your straw hat some toois and pipes, were empty. New pony trap, with pole and fresh and dainty It was thought for a time that the We have not overlooked the little men this season in selecting with shafts; Whiteoak Warehouse, which contains Ome Brewster carriage, other sortment of wash suits. Every model in best colors and. combinations.a swell as- 16,000 barrels of whiskey, was doom-e- d &c; to destruction. The loss is estiCOLORITE! mated at ?2,O00. Jour sets of new stripper harness; Three sets double harness; Pony harness; Fire, Wind and Lightning In most every shade, or you can Bigth or ten sets of plow gear; Six sets of wagon harness; color your straw hat to match a Insurance. X Wksel barrow; Thomas; Woodford & Bryan. new dress. Many" other things too numerous 1 . tat Get a bottle We have to mention. ALSE ALARM SATURDAY NIGHX or shine and will start all colors. Sale rain jM'omptly at 10 o'clock a. m,. The fire department asponded Come early, as we have lots of stuff an alarm sent in from box 46 Satui-da-io y to Mil. night. The department made a TBRMS Made knon on day of quick Tun,ao find that it tos only -, .Male. fire 'discovered byJoaJ v W.HJWHALEY. 5 415XaiSt uaYis. jr. - ji T - - ." V.. ,t - i & V 1TEWS t FROM DEPART MEHT OF MARKETS. ,0TES ,, nfTEEESTIKG TO CLUB WOKEN. OF WOMEITS WOK - FRANK &CQ. Spring 1918 ! Major-Gener- al bric-a-bra- c, 1 New Spring Material 2 " -- Silks, Dress Goods -- Public Sale Horses, Cattle, VOILES; POPLINS, GINGHAMS, SHIRTINGS, SKIRTINGS. WAISTINGS Tuesday, April 9, 1918 . -- TO-DA- to-da- y. f) (2-2- t) SUITS, SKIRTS SILK AND WASH DRESSES two-year-o- ld six-year-- six-year-- "'v, HIGH-GRAD- three-year-o- ld E FRANK & GO. II six-year-o-ld five-year-o- ld seven-year-o- ld The Boys' Store When You're Out Buying Boys' Clothes This Spring Come to Our -- four-year-o- ld s co1-lecti- A-fe- Store. 110-pou- nd Insure with FIRE I . PSH A New Spring Hat 3r-"w- ho $5.00 to $15.00 -- Wash Suits For Little Men $1,50 to $3.00 im-plien- ts, to-da- y. .. tt4 Brooks&SnappDrugCo. an-jmag-inary 7th and Main -- R P. WALSH OnfePrice Store tr-- V PgH, Ky. . C 3 Zzfs&r -- . U0) FOR THE BEST NOTHING ELSE TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1818. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Comings and Goings of Our People Here, There and Elsewhere. Seed Oats; test nounds; purity 99 14o oer cent; semination Q8 oer cent. Clover Seed; Timothy Seed. CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO. t) SEED OATS. (mar8-8- GOOD SEED 0EN. I have 500 bushels of good seed that tests 80 per cent. This is vour chance to buy. H. L. BALDWIN'. t) corn (2-2- HEALTH AUTJ WELFARE LEAGUE MEETS THURSDAY. The Bourbon County Health and Welfare League will hold its regular monthly meeting at the court house Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. MEETING OF PYTHIAN SISTERS. m la la "V By order of theM. E. C, Mrs, Anna Mussinon, all members o Hermione Temple, Pythian Sisters, Mrs. Harry Hatcher has returnare requested to meet at their Lodge room Friday, April 5th, at 8 o'clock ed to her home in Ashland, after a p. m. Business of importance. visit to her uncle, Mr. Bruce Miller. Mr. John President C. C. Fisher, of the Mil of his sister, T. Ireland is the guest Mrs. Mary Ireland AT PATRIOTIC lersburg Female College,was in Paris BE PRESENT Monday enroute home from Lexing- Davis. Mr. Ireland has just returnMEETING THIS EVENING. ed from Havana, Cuba, where lie ton. . Mr. T. J. Judy, Jr., the handsome spent the winter. A nieeting has been called for Tuesday evening at the court house young son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mr. L. M. Knight hasreturned organiat 7:30 p. m to perfect anquota of Judy, is ill with mumps at thei-ho- to his home in Nicholasville, after a in the "Robneel." zation to put over Bourbon visit to Mrs. Knight, who is a guest Miss Edith Stivers, teacher at at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Weaver, the new Liberty Loan. Show your by being present, as the the Newport High School, is the guest in North Middletown. patriotism assistance. for the week-en- d of her parents, Mr. committee needs-you- r Mr. E. K. Thomas, of the North and Mrs. J. H. Stivers. Middletown vicinity, who has been a Mr. W. G. McClintock and famONLY ALL WOOL. sufferer for several days with bran's ily have taken apaitments at strictly to that policy Inn, while their home on Pleas- chial trouble, left Saturday ior a We adhere slay afHot Springs, Ark. in selecting our clothing for spring ant street is being remodeled. Mrs. Zerelda Chambers, who Mr. Hershel Humble will join You don't find substitutes here ?20 Mrs. Humble for the week-en- d visit i spent the winter in this city as a to $40. J. W. DAVIS & CO. with Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Thompson at guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Baldwin, has returned to iheir home on Duncan avenue. A. C. Wachts, a Paris boy, wit1! her home in Boulder, Colorado. CHANGES AT POSTOFFICE. me irieia .artillery, at uamp z.acaary Miss Christine Kinlay has re The Postoffice Department has con- Taylor, is in the base hospial criti turned to her home in Georgetown firmed the appointment of Mr. Robt. cally ill from an attack of the after' a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. James, on Fourth street. She was Rose as General Delivery Clerk. Mr. mumps. Mr. Asa Jewell, of Lexington, accompanied home by Miss Jennie Rose will assume his duties at once, The place is under the Civil Service and Newt. Rankin, of Carlisle, weie James! among the court day visitors hero Department. (Other Personals on Page 5.) i Mr. Sam Mastin has been promot- yesterday. Mrs. Don Schlosser, o Newark, ed from carrier of Parcel Post to Letter Carrier. Mr. John Brannon Ohio, who has been the guest of her will fill the position vacated by Mr. mother, Mrs. Mayme Parker, will return home Maston. "CLEAN UP" TDrEE Mr. Alvin Thompson has returnTsTfcs la ed to Camp Zachary Taylor, after a SEEDS. GARDEN is the time to have new Wall few days visit to his parents, Mr. and Paper put on. It will give us you need Mrs. A. S. Thompson. Get those garden seeds Mrs Charlton Alexander is with great pleasure to show you our sbile you can. We have them, her sister, Mrs. D. L. Moore, at C. P. COOK. complete line of this season's dt) Mrs. Moore has been very new paper and v all coverings. Jtt 1E S5 ill with pneumonia, but is slightly Many strikingly new patterns ESTATE SALES YESTERDAY improved. REAL in a wide range of prices. Lieutenant O. W. McClure, who & Speakes made the follow- has been visiting his parents, Dr. and Harris FOR SATURDAY ONLY ing sales of city property yesterday. Mrs. P. L. McClure, at Little Rock, S. H. Finney a house and lot on Brent has returned to his post at Camstreet, in old Fair Grounds Addition, bridge, Mass. Enamel Steel Tea Kettle, all Mrs. Henry Gibson, of Winches for $1,800, and to Mrs. Nellie Landes, first quality, in gray ware, y frame residence on ter, who has been the guest of Mr. a each 69c; Pure --white and blue Walker's avenue, the property cf and Mrs. J. H. Doty, left yesterday deep Pudding Pans, 4 quart size for a visit with Mrs. Lee Woodford, Mrs. L. Saloshin, for $2,000. each 24 c. Realty Co. sold yester in, Dayton, O. The Paris Mr. E. B. Hedges, who is at a day at public auction the Moore THE PAIR. tiajtof land known as the Dr.Center-vill- e Cincinnati Hospital, is recuperating from a second" operation on the farm on the Jackstown and pike, to Mr. Kenney Houston, at throat and is expected to be able to 120.50 per acre. , Luther Moreland be brought home in a short while. Mr. Thomas T. Prichard was Aas the contending bidder. Auctionthe guest of his mother, Mrs. J. T. eer Kenney cried the sale. ' Brown, Sunday. Mr. Prichard is a fa Es'fcs member of Hosnital Unit No. 40 which is in training at Camp Zach-- ! FREE DEMONSTRATION. ary Taylor. -Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Frank Attend tlie free demonstration of the famous Calaric Pipeless Furnace and son, Robert Lee Frank, Jr., and daughter, Miss Hallie -- Frank, left in the Price Building Wednesday, mis wees ior oaranac .uane. Adipleased Thursday and Friday. Many rondack Mountains, where they wi!l users in Paris. spend the summer months. HOWARD HARDWARE CO., At?ts. Misses Martha Talbott, Mary Kenney Webber and. Nancy Wilson, Jo Varden, Local Representative. accompanied by Miss Katherine Marsh, returned yesterday to MarAT garet College, at Versailles, after OPERA COMIC JAPANESE spending the Easter holidays at HIGH SCHOOL WEDNES- DAY NIGHT. home. Miss Lena Mae Jones, of A Japanese Comic Opra in two acts is the attractive guest of Miss by Arthur A. Penn, will be produced Agness Turner. Misses Jones and by the students of Paris High School Turner, accompanied by Messrs. Dau at the auditorium on Wednesday Peed and Russell Clayton, attended night. The production will be un- the dance give in Winchester, Frider the capable management of TNIis day night. Leora Wiard. Supervisior of Music. Mr. and Mrs. Will Murray, of The cast includes about fifty and Aurora, 111., were guests Of Mr. and talent. lias come verv high-clas- s RpvMifopn mnRtp.nl numbers will be Mrs. Ed Turner Friday and Saturday. fo: rendered and they are said to be Mr. and Mrs. Turner entertained their daughter, Miss Juliet Turner, very tuneful and catchy. College, and son Capt. Those who have an interest in ttie of Hamilton 'per- Louis Turner, of M. M. I., Saturday school should attend, as the Solos arni anthems Mr. Cornelius "Buddy" James, cf formance promises to be one of merit and will be well worth the price of the U. S. S. Covington, arrived home by the world's greatlast night to spend his furlough with admission. his mother, Mrs. Mollie James est artists and choirs He has five days leave of absence. "Buddy" has made three round tfip; BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. right in your own across the pond and is now a hardenThe Sunday School c the Bapturr ed old Jack Tar. home! Church observed Missionary Day The marriage of Miss Corinne Sunday morning. This was a day Collins and Mr. Crinch Meinertz will Music tor every occasion; pet apart by the Sunday School Board take place in Cincinnati and so easy to" possess a of the Southern Baptist Convention, Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Kiser will Victrola! Victors and to be observed by all . the Baptist accompany them to Cincinnati for Schools of the South. the wedding. They will leave imWe $10 to $400. The pastor gave the preaching mediately after the ceremony for an arrange terms to suit. hour to the Sunday School, and after extended journey in the East. the regular session of the school, a Messrs Thos. Prichard and John special program was given hi the an; Moran, who are members of the ditorium of the church. The program Hospital Unit at Camp was a splendid one, and the chil- Barrow Taylor, were at home Suncompliments Zachary dren received many furlough. They day on a from the congregation at the close of leturned Sunday night. Both are the hour. One marked feature was looking well and report all the Paris the appearance of several girls and boys at camp in good health and boys representing the different coun- happy and itching to get started Fifth and Main . tries of the earth. Among them was "over there." Europe, clothed in mourning, which i Miss Catherine Ball entertained brought home to all vividly the wa cv' night with a dinner party to last across the sea. and her The Sunday School had agreed-t- o .compliment Miss Patsy Clark Willie Leattempt a hundred dollar gift for attractive guest, Miss Miss Ball's closed Clarke, of Lexington? missions. When irBix included-- .. Misses "Elizabeth 107.70 wajTfound in tHe plates. Clark, Willie "Lee Clark, as 1n at- rfirr--tsy A large congregation PJukofty JftrriaonT "John-- . tendance, and.ajoyed the work .of Mrs. "of "Danville,- VaV 'Forrest s0mSSiJBSSSsSSSSmBSmcs "Meade, , the children. " Lar-cast- er Mid-dletow- Mrs. June Clark is the guest o her parents on Pleasant street. Mr. Albert Hinton is able to be out after an illness of several days. Moxie Margolen left yesterday for a ten-da- y stay at Hot Springs. Mr. J. W. Ferguson, of Lexing ton, was a visitor in town yesterday. Mr. H. V. Thompson, of Wiches- ter, was a court day visitor yestei- aay. Mr. Fred Friendberg, of Birmingham, Ala., is visiting friends in Paris. Miss Mary Fithian Hutchcraft and Mrs. Garland Warfield spent yesterday in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Davis returned Saturday from a stay in Florida. Dr. D. S. Henry returned Saturday from a visit to his father, J. B. Henry, of Latter, S. C. Mr. Coleman is spending the Easter holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Renick. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Drake, of Winchester, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clay, Sunday. Messrs. Joseph W. Davis -- and Charles Stephens Spears were guests of friends in Frankfort, Sunday. Misses Anna and Katherine Wil son entertained at cards yesterday af ternoon at their home on Mt. Airy. two-month- J s' Re-nic- Bagsdale, North Carolina, and Jos. Davis, Jr. W. V. Shaw is the guest of relatives at Butler. Miss Anna "WiTson is the gues of friends in Shelbyville. Mrs. Mollie Rice is improved after an illness of a week. Mr. W. 0. Hinton was in Lexington, Saturday, on business. Mrs. Katherine Davis Craig was a recent guest of Mrs. Porter ISJun nelly, in Georgetown. Little Miss Ann Jouett Davis, of Louisville, is a guest of her father, Mr. witners Davis, in this city. Mrs. William Burchfteld, of Vin cennes, Indiana, is the guest of her "sisters, Mrs. Henry A. Power ani Miss. Mary Bashford. Miss Phoebe Litsey, of. is a guest of her sister, Mrs. win. cooper, and family, at their home on Stoner avenue. Miss Margaret Bruce, of Eton. Ohio, is a guest of Mrs. Oscar T. Hinton and Miss Edith Whitridge, at tneir home on High street. Mrs. Ray Harris has returned to her home in Tulsa, Oklahoma, after a visit to her mother, Mrs. Wm. Beasley, in Clintonville. Mr. Homer Ritchie, who has been a guest of relatives in this city and county for several weeks, left yesterday for Jiis home near Paris, Montana. Mrs. B. F. Robinson and children have returned to their home in after a visit to her father, Rev. Fr(ank M. Tinder," in North two-mont- Just Arrived! New SPRING SUITS, COATS AND DRESSES In All the Latest Colors and Materials Y W NEW n. SPRING MILLINERY ARRIVING DAILY d v me - Cros-dale- We also have a beautiful line of new Spring White Goods, Wash Goods and many other materials to select from. Come in and Inspect Our Select Lines Har-rodsbur- g. BihWSfiitoramwirWirmttiWi i Agents For Munsing Wear, Warner's Rust Proof Corsets and Eiffel Brand Hosiery HARRY SIMON . two-stor- You Will Need a New Refrigerator This Summer and it will pay you to buy an 91-ac- rc AUTOMATIC I '- I -' v"- - Ul life CL 10 jb JTrh m - -- r. 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Step in and look at this cooler when close by and ask for an interesting booklet on the proper preservation of foods', etc. n, tolKft AUTOMATIC REFRIGERATOR Vic-trol- as 48-ho- ur DaughertyBros. 1 Join Our Kitchen Cabinet Club! MOTOR INVALID COACH UNDERTAKING ''XS5" """s THE X T. HINTON CO: Hinuiim ncAicoc BOTHERPHONC?! ' -- - the-servic- es 3e i. - 7- SIXTH AND IAIN SJSk. Z ' - J. r r --' - , V " KJ. a y- --- -- , - , PAGE SIX THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KT. M(W4a TUB8DAY, AFK&r i, IiOfFWOBGE "SPEED-PPTO, ASKS AMERICA . - Keep the Lamp of Liberty fl 5 lilt. - ". !&. ; S rrr - &$$ NEW YORK, April 1. A message from David Lloyd George, Prime Minister of Greaj; Britain, calling upon the United States to send "Ameriacross the Atlancan tic in the shortest possible space of time," was read by Lord Leading, British High Commissioner to the United States, at a dinner given inhis honor. "We are at the crisis of the war, attacked by an immense superiority IjKsr4-?1- J YyVuFis l UoV twin f'j.?'h''3 aP'iSsilSif'ifet viXv2Bl of .German troops," said the Premier his message. "Our army has been in forced to retire. The retirement has been carried out methodically before the pressure of the steady succession of fresh German reserves which are suffering enormous losses., "The situation is "being fced with splendid cotfrage and resolution. The, dogged pluck of our troops has for the moment checked the ceaseless onrush of the enemy, and the French have now joined in the struggle. But this battle, the greatest and most momentous in the history of the just beginning. world, is only ThToue-houit the French and British are buoyed with the knowledge that the great republic of the West will neglect no effort which can hasten its troops and its ships to Europe. "In war, time is vital. It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of getting American across the Atlantic in the shortest possible space of time." The dinner, which was given by the Lotos Club in honor of Lord Reading, was .the most largely attended of any in xthe" history of that organization. After reading the message from Mr. Lloyd George, the British High Commissioner declared that every nation arrayed against Germany must muster all its resources.and the enthusiastic devotion of every citizen if the w.ax. is to be won. That" is the lesson (Plaschke in Louisville Times.) which must be learned, he declared, to achieve victory in the conflict in which the principles upon which humanity is based are at stake. "It is incalculable," said Lord MARION ASKS A MINUTE CAN NOT SOME KENTUCKY Reading, "what the results would be TOWN BEAT THIS ONE? if we were to fail. We cannot fail, because if we did humanity would The town of Benton, Missouri, stagger and be crushed. But I do not CHRISTIAN COUNTY MAN GIVES with a population of 320, has subOUT MESSAGE TO THE for one moment contemplate a possiscribed for $37,000 worth of War ble failure. PEOPLE. Savings Stamps, through the efforts speak for my country- when I "I of Rev. Father J. P. Fitzkam, of St. say to you that we have no fear; we Dionysius Parish. have no doubt; we are not shaken in State Directdr our faith ; we are as resolute as ever. One Minute Man Says That Way to Wade says that if any American We are determined that, "come what community has made a better recMake Saving Pleasant Is By Formmay, we will fight on as we are fighting War Saving Societies Among ord than this he would like to know ing for liberty that which is dearer of it. . Friends. even than life itself. "Together you in America, and we of Great Britain and the Allies can Professor J. W. Marion, who has do so much, now that we are to- charge of the Thrift Stamp campaign gether, that no human being, however great his foresight, can in my judg- in Christian County, gives to the New SOCIETY PLAN IS GOOD ment measure it. I have stood from Bra this message for the people: the first moment staggered at the imI have been drafted as a One. Minmensity of the problem when striving to picture to myself what you and we ute Man to be a Paul Revere as it STATE COMMITTEE ON WAR SAVtogether can accomplish you with were to bring to you a message in INGS HOPES TO EXCEED your ideals, with: vour crreat tradi three parts. QljOTA. tions of liberty, with your battle ever . 1. for liberty, and for liberty alone; we' wiin our traditions, wixn our past The government needs the labor, Every Store, Office and Factory in with our clarified vision, with to- - materials and transportation wv.. Kentucky ?U11V. UO JTUUi.43 which uwuu. ut Should Organize and gether we can work for liberty, for you deprive it of by needless spend- - Pledge Part of PayRoll For Thrift democracy. Together we can always manage to maintain the peace of the i ,nstP competing against your gov Stamps. world." ernment. Thediners sent a message to PresiWar Savings Societies, organized in That means spending less for things dent Wilson in which, they said: every factory, every store, every office, "We cheer you for your encourage- you do not need now. ment to the commander and soldiers Then loan what you save to the gov: and every place where groups of peonow defending the lines of modern ple assemble to make their living, are civilization in the greatest battle of eminent by buying War Saving history. May the Government at Stamps. The money you pay for relied upon by the War Savings Corn; Washington, represented by yourself, stamps will provide supplies and am- mittee for Kentucky, not only to asspokesman for righteousness, justice sure- the of this and humanity, lead our cause" to munition for our boys in France. State's share of the $2,000,000,000 isspeedy victory." 2. mmm sue of War Savings Stamps, but point You will find "going without" much out WHOOPING COUGH. the way to raise money, now and easier and much more pleasant when all the time, for the vGive Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. successful proseto keep the cough loose and your friends join you in saving. cution of the war. expectoration easy. It is excellent. The way to do this is to join or to 'In brief, the War Savings Society (adv-apri- l) form a War Savings Society among plan is this: the people you work with, play with, Employes of any office, store or faceat with, study with or live with. tory sign a pledge card to save ascerThe newspapers will give you fur- tain proportion of their incomes and ther information and the War savings invest in Thrift or War Savings Committee will be glad to heapirom t - E. I. y WHEELER BIO -- S RUG SPECIAL y A CAR LQADOP RUGS BOUGHT AT THE RIGHT PRICE These rugs must be turned into money quick, though, for us to get out on them, hence the bargain prices we offer. Room Size Rugs in Floral and Conventional Designs. ' We are not the biggest wheels in the furniture business, but we keep the little wheels rolling every .day. We have not the largesLstore in Paris, but I have the best, I have the best selection for the size of stock carried, and I leave you "for the ' y judge of prices. Also a Beautiful Line of Iron Beds Just Received r Something to Suit Every Household. i E. W. Wheeler Furniture Company V ROBNEEL BUILDING, COR. EIGHTH AND MAIN STREETS nis-tor- y, - s - - E over-subscripti- j .- - . y - M I : - I i MARGOLEN'S ALL FRUITS you." - Stamps. 3, VEGETABLES FISH AND MEATS are kept inside our store in separate refrigerators everything screened and free from dust and flies. Buy where edibles are kept in a sanitary man-- . ner. Our service is prompt. -- Enlist as a One Minute Man yourself, every one who, reads this. Take one minute and tell some one what I have told you and ask HIM to be a One Minute Man and to pass this message on and on! Enlist! All ye good friends and patrons! , WSS LET EVERY MASON BE A SAVER FOR THE WAR To the Subordinate Lodges of Ken- - MARGOLEN'S Sanitary Meat Market f jUC - tucky: The government is offering for sale to the people of the United States during the year 1918 an issue of Thrift Stamps and War Savings Certificates, the purpose of which is to raise funds to assist m financing the war, and to render it possible that every man, woman and child in the nation mty do their part in' bringing the war to a successful termination. For the purpose of selling these Stamps, War Savings Societies are being organized throughout the State, and in each county there is a Chairman who will be glad to furnish all necessary information. '..tfHl flnc prevents wW L Cures niHWrUPPR 2 This atoat cUnzeroBKlATIt of 11 iMibr efeiuk Yf toy re rented. v IllEC oC paUla ort drops w la the drlakla mm darinr tk tettw 4rf.Cmm geaee. Iteirm. xr&iT?a.v , I desire to urge upon the Masons of Kentucky the importance of buying these Stamps and doing everything possible to cause others to buy them. Our country is today facing- the greatest struggle of its existence and it is the imnfediate duty of every Mason to assist in every way possible. I, therefore, request that this communication be read in each erf the Subordinate Lodges and that, wherever possible, these Societies" be organized Let every Mason in Kentucky uy War, Savings Stamps.. -- Where the establishment is 'large, separate societies are formed in each department. The proprietor or manager signs a pledge to purchase War Savings Stamps to the full amount allowed by law, which "is $1,000 worth, maturity value, in the course of the year. Other employes sign a pledge to purchase, according to their means, from the maximum amount down to one Thrift Stamp, or maybe two, each pay-daby the office boy. secretary-treasurer- " A is then chosen, whose duty it is to see that the Stamps are on hand when pay-dacomes around, and- - that the signers purchase them according to their agreements. One advantage, from the standpoint of the employer, is the extreme "simplicity of the plan. He does not have d "carry" his employes, as is the case where bonds are purchased on the installment plan. He has no expensive bookkeeping to install, for the delivery of the Stamp or Stamps each payday is a complete transaction. When the Stamp, is handed out and the money taken in, his responsibility ends. There is no larger preliminary investment. The employer can send to the postoffice the day before payday, vbuy Stamps he knows his em.; ployes are going-t- o take the next dayj" and get his ' money back practically immediatelj'. The employer is not "stuck' with the bonds his employes have, in a moment of patriotic fervor, or under compulsion, signed for nd" later found themselves unable' to pay y, IS KING 1 A great opportunity exists for the investor in oil stock. Never before has ttiere been such a demand for oil. The Government is calling loudly to the-oi- l operators to speed up work, and in getting equipment. It will help win the war. to-day as--sisti- I ng The Columbia Oil & Gas Co. expects to start a drilling campaign this Spring and summer on some of its most valuable leases. Drilling rigs are now being moved to our lease in Lee county, which is located in that marvelously rich section. There is room for 15 or 20 wells on this lease, which" should make the company a rich producer and a very big divi- y dend payer. An opportunity is offered for a short while, to buy the stock at 75 cents a share. " Write us at once and we will send you a special letter with further information. -- s S" A"ss"' & t. - A. D. FARLEY & CO. Fiscal Agents - JL--W. mmmmK'mmmmm9t W iiv. WEATHERS, Grand Master. ' for. Proin the standpoint of tho ploye, thenar Savings Society nlan is even moreSvaluable. It induces people 'tosave somethings and? put it away for a rainy day. "The saving! f can any amount, but :they nnust " be regular. '. be-o- e. 404i Courier-Journ- al Bids. f . LOUISVILLE, KY. " - ' H i4 TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918. DO YOU r OTE BQURBON NEWS, PARIS, IX jrm. jl i1- K r THE GREAT WAR HAS MAD FROH J?HE BUREAU OP INTERMOTHER! GIVE CHILD NAL REVENUE. ' J'STEJJZ OP EIGS'lIF S CIGARETTES A.NECESSITY, To be at his best a man must have TONGUE IS COATED sound, refreshing sleep. When wakeIf your income is .taxable and it "Our b6ys must have their smokes, ful and restless at night he is in no If Cross. Feverish, Sick, 3ilious. must be a modest one to escape Send them cigarettes!" condition for work or business duriThis is a War Revenue Act of familiar appeal-nothe Clean Little Liver and ng" the day. Wakefulness is often to all of us. October 3", 1917 don't wait to b v caused by indigestion and constipaBowels. Among those most in demand is notified that you must pay an incom 3 tion, and is quickly relieved by the How famous "toasted" cigarette r Chamberlain's Tablets. Try a dose Children love this "fruit laxative," tax. The Government is not requirLUCKY STRIKE. Thousands of this of thesev tablets and see how much and nothing else cleanses the tender ed to seek the taxpayer. The taxfavorite brand have been shipped to. better you feel with a clear head and stomach, liver and bowels so nicely. payer must seek the Government. good indigestion. A child simply will not stop playThe Bureau of Internal Revenue, France. There is something home(adv-apri- l) ing to empty the bowels, and the with the approval of the Secretary of like and friendly to the boys in the sight of the familiar green packages xesult is they become tightly clogged with waste, liver gets sluggish, the Treasury, has extended the time with the red circle. feverish. for filing income and excess profits stonmch sours, half-sicThis homelike, appetizing quality returns from March 1 to April 1. Our Two Black Jacks You may file your return any of the LUCKY STRIKE cigarette is ,j breath is bad, system full of cold, has 1918. sore throat, stomach-ach- e or diar- time before April 1, but if you wait largely due to the fact that the Burley , rhoea. Listen, mother! See if tongue until April 2, you are subjectto a tobacco used in making it has been toasted. "It's toasted" was the "slois coated, then give a teaspoonful of fine of not less than $20 nor more gan" that made agreat success of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a than $1,000 and an additional assessfew hours all the constipated waste, ment or 50 "per cent, or the amount LUCKY STRIKE in less than a year. AND sour bile and undigested food passes Now the American Tobacco Co. is it out of the system, and you have a of. "tax due. making 15 million LUCKY STRIKE Returns are required of every unwell, playful child again. Cigarettes a day. BULL Millions of .mothers give "Cali- married person man or woman A good part of this immense profornia Syrup of Figs" because it U whose net income for the calenda" perfectly harmless: children love it. year 1917 was $1,000 or more and of duction is making its way across the will make the season at our place, ana 1Z never water to cheer our boys iaiis to act on tne stom - every married person whose net in2V miles from Paris on the Mays- acn, liver ana Doweis. come was $2,000 or'more. ville pike, Ask your druggist for a bottle of The rate of tax is at least 2 per "California Syrup $10 to Insure a Living Colt. has full directions of Figs," which cent, on net 'incomes of unmarried for babies, chilpersons in excess of $1,000 and on WHAT YOUR QUARTERS WILL DO These are two fine animals, biff dren of all ages and for grown-up- 5 Benet incomes of married persons in exmealey nose and belly and are plainly printed on the bottle. bone, ware of counterfeits sold here. Get cess of $2,000. Payment must bo it you nave an idea that your sure foal getters. quarters won't helD win the war. and the genuine, made by the "California made on or befoie June 15, 1918. Home Phone 3 or 370. "in Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any The estimated revenue to be col- do lots nf RPrvifP wIipti in voearljust' other kind with contempt. year under the War Rev- Was Savings and Thrift Stamps, lected this (adv) Tne "little enue Act is $2,500,000,000, of which iook over tnis taoie. into terms of tsa s fe bonds" PARIS, KY. income soldiers are translated Rumania still maintains a solid $666,000,000 is in individual equipment. Here's tibw tliey (lapril-lmo- ) fighting front, says Secretary Baker. taxes. Last, year 500,000 persons stack up: es. 1 Thrift Stamp paid income taxes; this year it is He ought to know. five bullets. 1 Warsavmg Stamp one pair of timated the number will be more than 6,000,000. If you are one or shoes. 1 War Saving Stamp two woolen them, remember that your doHars support of the war. By blurts. are for the 1 War Savings Stamp four winter promptly filing" your return and undershirts. you are promptly paying your tax 1 War Savings Stamp None Better one steel helping1 the Government to early vic- helmet and $1.14 over. If You Use a tory. Pay your income tax in the 1 War Savings Stamp one shelter 6 bought tent and part payment on overcoat. same spirit in which-yo- u Those quarters will do the Govern your Liberty bond. The proceeds arc ? for the same purpose to make the ment lots of good. And remember, ou are not giving them away, but world safe for democracy. lending them at 4.27 per cent, WATER POWER USE IT. fe a isa taxa-tion.iind- SEEET WELL? - , tjws j& & er PUNERAL DIRECTOR x A T v K! S - ta; i. pica ??SW am 1HB aHHK . w BOTH Corner-Fift- h Motor Equipment PHONES-D- AY i I s NIGHT 298 and PItasant Streets, Paris, K 137,- k, "SQiELLY HON" The Bourbon Laundry I D WIS & FUNK, Props. West 5 Street Telephone No. 4. SPEARS" T Satisfaction Witchword is Our TURNEY BROS. With all the latest improvements in laundry appliances and expert helpers we are prepared to do work inferior to none, and solicit your patronage. - You Don't Have to Blue Ribbon Seeds Stoop Papers for 25c Bourbon Laundry, Paris" Kentucky. -- ;. Garland r. CabinetRange As Long as Our Supply Lasts 15c a Quart BEST SEED POTATOES 5 Different Varieties Onion Sets in-teie- st. K $2.50 Per Bushel Best Eating Potatoes 40c a Peck PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR PRODUCE "WE A beautiful line of Garlands n 41a play. iComa In and look tham ovar. Paris Gas & Electric Co. (Incorporated) Busy Bee Cash Store (22mar-4t- ) (Passic, N. J. Herald, Jan: 19, 1918) --Little comfort is to be extracted frnm the information that hydraulic energy equivalent to more than twice 20,000,000 horsepower is left unharnessed in this country. The information is not even new, so that thp reiterations of the facts work mainly regrets; and few communities have greater cause for such regrets than the people of this State, whose unused wat,er power could be made to light every city and run every railroad within its boundaries and turn the wheels of industry besides. Too gieat abundance of black coal has made us careless of the "white coal." in which xwe are equally rich. It Is to be hoped that the lessons of th4 ti,me will be deeply enough graven on public memory to assure the utmost possible development of water powers in all parts of the country ng and particularly in New Jersey---durithe next decade. Every disabling law should be repealed and enabling legislation passed as soon as possible. Even a water monopol would be preferable to water waste the former could be controlled. A BIT OE nNANCIAL HISTORY. MILITARY MORALS. One of the uses of the proceeds of the Libertv Loan that will anneal strongly to the great mass of Ameri can people is the care and attention given to the .moral welfare and protection of the American soldiers. Heretofore with the American Army and even now with some of the armies of our allies the mora wel fare of the soldier was and is a mat ter largely ignored. In the German armies nrovision is even made for immorality. It is to the glory of American arms and American national character-tha- t of the men who wear the United states uniform a hich standard of conduct is expected and demanded, and nrovided for. Kipling's "Single men in barracks" are not to find their proto-typin the American Army. General Peshing says there is no 'cleaner-livin- g body of men in the world than the American Army in France. ? ffa IS PTi SHINE IN GEMS OF STARDOM-Tes to Figure on Your Spring Painting AND Now is the Time Papering Let Us Make an Estimate for You Be fore Placing Your Order Call Us Over Home Phonc399. O CAMP TUJ&AT.ttlts. Well known actors and actresses, including such performers os George M. Cohen, JTTsmT'i wmm Mp v pmipnililRM 1- - A The credit of the United States was so high and unquestionable that in 1900, two years after the Spanish War, 2 per cent bonds were offered at par and oversubscribed. This' is a financial performance no other nation has ever equated. TTr.?toq Qtatoc A rpr rent bonds in 1888 sold as high as- - 130 and in 1901 brought 139" on the stock -- 1 " 1' r. Mobilizing "JreP Nation's Fighting Strength a Great military cities have sprung up all over the land; and linking these training camps, aviation fields, coast defenses, naval stations and even most remote points where our forces are gathering, is the Universal Bell Telephone system linking each with the other and all with the depart-menat Washington. Upon the declaration of war the Bell system was placed unreservedly at the disposal of the government, whoi e already enormous demands for telephone Service are continually increasing. Likewise, unprecedented are the service requirements of private business, which necessarily must be subordinated in times of emergency. we &fa So far as the local service to increase our jevenueby acnot only unable cepting a volume of new business, but we are in the awkward positionof inconvenienced. suffer and our present-matrondelays and inconveniences due to the congesThe tion are more embarrassing to us than to the ts s and others, . are going to t Paversham . do their bit by supplying stunts ior army cantonments the soldiers in the and national guard camps. They aie back of the Smileage plan authorized by the Secretary of War under which entertainment of the very best Vinri will he sunDlied in the camps. The government has already built t sixteen theaters in as many arraj camns. These are fitted with all the settings, lights and drops necessary of real The United States has never de- to a professional presentation things shows. Here are some of the faulted on any of its bonds. Not one iere boys are goin to see: of its stockholders has ever lost a the Comes the Bride," a Broadway sue- cent of principal or interest except .rh tlnK cheaters," "another; those who voluntarily have LU.1VCU 'Turn to the Right," "Inside the losses by selling their bonds in a pe- Lines," both popular New York riod of temporary price depression. plays; a revival of the familiar old with a One hundred cents on the dollar, light opera the "Mikado," lectures has the United cast of thirty professionals; concerts principal and interest, by men fresh from the front, . States always paid. . and sleight to by real musiciar1-- magic the movies, Back of the $250,000,000,000 of hand, vaudeville, and ?300,000,000,000 of our national re- nnt int ordinarv movies, but some of films to be had. sources stands the rugged honesty of r the highest-price- d are T.ihprtv pw . i Maude Adams, wnnam KANE BROS. The Right Number When you go out to make a call in person'you always 'assure yourself of the right address. In making a telephone call it saves a lot of time and bother to be sure of the number. The absolutely sure way is to first consult the telephone directory not trusting to memory and then carefully when the operator repeats back to you t listen the number, correcting her-i- f she is wrong. l T.nan Bonds t Courage nd Happiness. Duties and burdens often fall heavSUBTO NOTICE IMPORTANT ily upon young shoulders. But com N SCRIBERS. age and happiness in their best forms, through bearing burdens bravely. THE NEWS takes every, precaution come to see that each subscriber gets his PS wee. or her paper regularly every papfer, Wonderfully Acute Faculties. you do not receive your When The keenest hearing is that of th do not jump to the conclusion that your name has been dropped from Hie vaudeville artist, who frequently anlist. We do not discontinue papers swers the encore before it starts-Ka- nsas to subscribers unless there is ample City Star. in leason for doing so, and would,two fact, prefer to have them give weeks notice along that line. , Sometimes the failure to receive WAR STAMPS ARE THE NEWS may be due to an error When preparing for the issuing ot in this office, for it is very hard to Cerhandle so large a list without making Thrift Stamps and Then 'again, it is tificates, the national administration a few mistakes. cr.YioHmKs riiiA to some fault in the very wisely decided that they should be. If N 1 NON-TAXAB- safest security in the world. J3 m 1Q pi m Paris Home Telephone S Telegraph Co, (Incorporated) i J. J. VEATCH, DiitriotlHtnager. W. H. CANNON, 2cml Manager. AND may both derive saiisfaction by having their worn and' soiled garments cleaned by us. IJrie cost nominal, while the, pleat " ure of wearing old clothe fiat have the appearance of newji in . j. ,i ,i conjunction wim rne iKnow! 'e that you are effecting a great tyinjg, must surely satisfy you. j A phone brings U3. H War-Savin- gs eemurmce you will drop us a postal card or can over either telephone, 124, when your we are alpaper fails to reach-youglad to send you an ways more than other copy. i ...stn TTAwnror it TnaV not be subject to any Sfcate public. -- y Any, sacrifice we jnaymlke. is accepted cheer-fulrreflected ijuyour and if:oiir difficulties, are, you bear this in service, we ask that telephone mind. ,r Americanpublicjn .cooperate The patriotic aoflt aging unnecessary use of the telephone. t Professional Cards. WM. GRANNAN Attorney-it-Law 401-40- 2. iivay'withhe ROOMS FJRST JNAT'L BANK BUILDING nmA ntiaK eofliirlfv hnldfim. It fa fiimniv an inducement to the smaljr investor to make an. unusual effort In CymberlandiFhone his own country's behalf, by depositing as much of his surplus with the . mwc ,., Government as.possiDie. taxes, JFed-ftror local. In this respect they are entirely unique, being free. when almost" everything else of value is subject to impost. ,As the. amount that an individual may hold is limited to $1,000, this concession does not deal unjustly to- ai ftKtKrltm7m. nil nt LEVY, THE DRY CLEANER 40 Home Phone 169-- 2 r men-advan- CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated r " DR. WM. KENNEY fli pi 4r Eye, Ear, Note and Throat - " il :ROQMS40&404. ' FIRST NATL BANK BUILDING. (A4 rPHONI1f. V"-- 1- ' all buy these little bonds-a- nd should do it should understand In! of the coming days of taxa-- j otni-T-i H in Anril tnar. wnaiever ul their earnest savings or surplus derived from economics is converted Savings into Thrift 'Stamps a,nd-W- ar certiflcates''neVdrno't be recorded upon. the'asisiworVblwik. Aa the Interest and. principal are payable in 1922, neither is it necessary to make CAHAL BROS tfon of the investments in tfie return t BARIER SHOP , w wao wi .m wucuw., .They are, a& stated, abaolulely iprempt and Courteoue At trteK and aa they also pay 4 per cent, Patrem. compound interest, are the. best that one can 'buy fn "tae6i ,: troubled i!ML HOT IHBCOID lATEftV .' -ce . :tij3R '- j A W- - &t& s J Jfell? JC. trf&- P1GE EIGIT -- - 'T"rr THE BOURBON NETPARISiKY. -- TUESDAY, APRIL 2, - ltlg. i . - -- - .MniiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiHnnnim"llIIIIMt i J! cr:t 5i"- , 5 THE PARIS CR AND AND ALAMO Wednesday, April 3rd i n Tuesday, April 2nd Thursday, April 4th lTjyBBP I The J. Hinton Co. UNDERTAKERS TV AND EMBALMERS Day phone 36 Main Night : 56 and Sixth Paris Ky. or Home. .286 Streets Motor equipment. Ambulance calls promptly attended to with .our Limousine Invalid Coach. Hearse used for funeral purposes only. VivianMartin and IN Jesse L. Lasky Presents Sessue Hayakawa Jesse L. Lasky Presents MARY GORDEN IN Jack Pickford IN "FORBIDDEN PATHS" Pearl White & Antonio Moreno in "THE HOUSE OE HATE" The Serial Supreme. Also last episode of Rathe Presents TOM SAWYER A Paramount Picture. By Mark Twain. :. From "THAIS" the world-fame- d story by Anatole Prance. Also a "Luke 'Vengeance and the Woman' Rathe Weekly At the Alamo Children 5c war tax lc; Adults 13c war tax 2c. Prices At the Paris Grand Children 5c warAdults 10- c- war taxwar tax 2c. tax lc; Adult 13c Colored persons, Children 5c war tax lc; lc. Monday. the Fourth Episode off Comedy and "The Retreat of the Germans at the Battle of Arras,! IVews INo, 21 . Also homes or - friends, from Friday to , SANTA CLAUS'S WORKSHOP NO, BAN ON SALE OP EGGS 5aaaaaaa ppHRav . tf - 11 1 1 ! ! MI 1 fr'I"M'frM Mrs. R. L. Wilson, and family, from Saturday until Monday. Mrs. R. C. Borner attended the district meeting of the Ladies's Aid Society of the M. E. Church, South, MILLERSBURG at Lexington, Wednesday and Thurs Improves day. Cadet Rutherford Mrs. W. A. Munsing, of j ;b1oy1j was the guest of her mother Mrs. America Butler is able to' : and sister, Mrs. Martha Vimont, and up some. - le Mr. J. H. Holliday, of Falmouth,1 Miss Florence Vimont, from Friday is the guest of his niecer"Mrs. James until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard, of .Ellington. Mr. W. P. Bowles left Wednes-- ' Lexington, were guests of Mr. W D. 'day for Camp Zachary Taylor, near, Mclntyre and family, Thursday and They were accompanied Friday. Louisville. home by their little nieces, Misses Regular Meeting of Amity Lodge r,Ko. 40, F. and A. M., at seven-- 1 Sarah Louise and Martha Elizabeth Mclntyre, who remained with them .thirty this evening. until after the Easter holidays. Mrs. R. M. Caldwell was the; - guest Mr. J. C. Lear has repurchased of her sister, Mrs. George' - Jeffreys, at Lexington, Friday. his farm, recently sold to Messrs. J. C "Mr an A Afra T? T. Wilson nro M. Caldwell, A. J. Thaxton vand A. " sented on Friday their daughter. S. Miller. Miss Aletha Wilson, a handsome new j Mr. W. D. JMcIntyre sold on Friautomobile. day the property occupied by his sis Tlr n.nd Mrs. "Minimis nnd thrAP ters, the Misses Mclntyre, to Mr. it. children, of Dry Ridge, were guests M. Thomason, at private price. of their son at-- M. M. I., from Satu-- The Easter holidays were obrday until Monday. by the M. C. and M. M. I. Most Mr. Albert Wilson, of served was the guest of his brother,! of the student bodies visited their I -Ver-.isiiill- folks of the Graded hunt in th? paik, Friday afternoon. More then five hundred marbles, had been scattered through the park. At the appointed time the children were taken there by their teachers, and whea the signal was given everybody got busy and the hunt began. The largest number, being found by Leslie Ludenburg, and the smallest "number by little Miss Violet Duncan. The Farmers' Bank is perhaps one of the most progressive of all the banks in the. small towns in Kentucky. It is always addjng something lor the convenience ofbusiness and looking tothe bst interest of their depositors." They have purchased the latest adding and posting machine, at a considerable cost. The machine will be ready for business about the middle of 'April. It posts the books, and with it they can draw off every depositors' account at the end of each month with little or no trouble. It is perhaps one of the mpst wonderful in ventions in bookkeeping. The business of the bank demands this, inasmuch as they have passed the haif million mark in deposits. Schools enjoyed a marble The little RELIGIOUS. Rev. Dr. B. F. Orr, of Paris, the venerable father of Dr. James Orr. and who for a number of years wad one of the most' popular pastors in the Louisville Conference, occupied the pulpit at the Paris Methdist church Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock. A large audience greeted this beloved minister. Rev. Orr's sermon was an Easter message and his subject was "The Christian Hope of a Future Life." pa a jei - BIRTHS. In Carlisle, to the wife of Mr. Curry, formerly of Paris, a daughter. To the wife of Mr. James Toohey, of near Centerville, u son. Mrs. Toohey was formerly Miss Grace Norris, of Chicago. In this city, to the wife of Mr. William Sauer, a son, christened Eugene Pillman Sauer. Mrs. Sauer was formerly Miss Tillie Gaper, of x Paris. D. M. -- "Long, long ago, when you and I Ogden in "Santa Claus's Right Bowers" in the April Red Cross Magazine, "most cf our toys bore the legend 'Made in Germany' stamped upon them. Today this species is almost extinct in fact our girls and boys wont have anything to do with the few remaining. "But where does Santa make his headquarters nowadays? "Well, I've been to his shop and I could take you there, too, any day. It's called 'the Old Men's Toy Shop,' because things- must have a name. I went and I saw it with my eyes big rooms where bearded men bent over long tables loaded with horses and camels, and giraffes and hippototami, and furniture for dolls, and little carts to wheel round; and I smelt it with my nose delicious and painty, with a tang of varnish, and very faint if you were clever enough to catch it, the odor of sawdust; and I heard it with my ears squacking saws and tapping hammers and the voices of the old workmen talking to each other and singing songs. So 1 know that it exists." uere young," says Harriet - DEATHS. BRENT. Mrs. Kelly Brent, formerly Miss Kymie Talbot, of Paris, died at her home in Kansas City, on Saturday, after a few days' illness. Mrs. Brent was 58 years of age, and was a sister of Messrs. Hart and W. &. Talbot, of this city, and Dudley Talbot, of California, and Mrs. J. M. Ar nold, of Covington. The burial took place- - in that city yesterday. The indirect cause of Mrs. Brent's death, it is said, was the shocking news of the tragic death of her nephew,-Mr- . Hart Talbot, Jr., of Los Angeles, Cal., who came to his death by falling from an oil tank. Mr. Talbot ha I been in the oil business for several years, and it is said had become quite wealthy. Mr. Talbot was 35 years of age, and was a nephew also of Messrs. T. Hart Talbott and W. G. Talbot, of this city. GOVERNMENT WHITEWASH We give below the formula for government whitewash. We belie've this should be published at least once each years to encourage its use on the farm. This is the season when stables, cellars, fences and other structures should be whitewashed. Paint is unusually expensive, hence the demand for a serviceable whitewash that can be used as a substitute. Coloring matter may be added if the user so desires. Take a half bushel of unslacked lime, slack in warm water, cover it during the process to keep in the steam; strain the liquid through a fine sieve or strainer; add a peck of salt previously well dissolved in warm water; three pounds of ground rice boiled to a thin paste and stirred in boiling hot; half a pound of powdered Spanish whiting and a pound of glue which has been previously dissolved over a slow fire. Add five gallons of hot water to the mixture, stir welLtnd let it stand for a few days, covered to keep out the dirt, strain carefully and apply hot. 153 155 A report has gained prominence in the past few days that the Food Administration has prohibited the sale of eggs from March 1 to April 30. .This is entirely erroneous and without a vestige of truth. Eggs may be sold just as before. The only order that has been issued by the Food Administration is the one prohibiting the killing of live hens and pullets weighing over two pounds from February 23 to April 30. encourages The Administration the extension of the poultry business. The only reason for prohibiting the slaughter of hens and pullets during the specified time is to obtain a larger crop of eggs, which we need so badly. It has been recently arranged by the Sugar Division of the Food Administration to take care of the actual requirements of all preserve manufacturers and vegetable canners who, will use sugar during the coming season. This applies to the canning and preserving factories and to the housewife. As each crop comes and is ready to pack, kindly apply to the Food Administrator in your county who will see that you are allotted the proper a,mount of sugar you need. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. mm ift- - es You are hereby notified to boil all water used for 'drinking or do The chief reason for the existence of sex in plants seems to be the need mestic purposes, whether it be from for a constant change, a rejuvenatiOD hydrant; cistern, well or spring. is important, and you and modification of the progeny This yourselves accordingly. will govern 6 through uniting the characters of two By order of Board of Health. Individuals into one, 'thus new forms By A. H. KELLER, arise. (12-tf- ) Health Officer. . Sex on Plants. . Crosa of St. Andrew. The Cross of St. Andrew is white satin on blue ground, to represent the cross on which the Scottish patron saint suffered" martyrdom. It is combined with 'crosses of St George and St. Patrick in the Union Jack of Great Britain. Come Here Thursday and Friday bunions, callouses, foot, weak ankles or other foot trouble, weak arches, flat this is good news for you. Ml gnificent Assortment of High Grade JtSSfflr HIS If your feet hurt, if you have corns, and Get Foot Comfort Dr. Scholi Foot Specialist Will Be it This Store April 4th and 5th to examine feet, diagnose the trouble, explain the cause, and demonstrate the positive mechanical corrective FR-EOF ALL CHARGE. He is an expert, having been trained personally by DR. WM.' M. SCHOLL, the recognized foot authority, and he can unfailingly show you how to gain ABSOLUTE FOOT COMFORT. Think of that. Think of knowing you have feet. Let this expert show you that it is not a dream, but an easily attained reality. SHOES, OXFORDS, PUMPS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY At Prices You Can't Possibly Duplicate Elsewhere. Dr. Schoirs FOOT EAZER 1 -- Eases the Feet PRICE $2.50 PER PAIR Supports the weakened arch, bridges the weight from heel to ball of foot, gives utter comfort. 4M Each A Fortunate Cash Purchase of " I 11 Y" fe r .m Dr. ScholFs Bunion Reducers vi STOCK, CROP, ETC. Hancock reports the foal of a colt, full brother to Dominant, by Delhi, out of Dominoes. Dominant several years ago won the Hopeful Stake at Saratoga. A. B. .. Ka& High Grade Footwear Again Spells"Good Fortune" for You IS? TX r l 9 I I f I j? All uK in IVJ I I ' 25 Cents Dr. Scholia K."l-A- " Come in to see fashion's fSd fQl MAY BE WHAT MADE-THCAT WILD! WILD- latest and you will be amazed at the big y 'H ABSORBO PADS "For Corns, Callouses and Bunions, 5 k 7 iJmm . i 10c to 25c - IMn is' Come to thi store Thursday or Friday while the expert is still here There is no charge whatever" fori liis services. Everybody is welcome. Be sure to come. HARRY LINVILLE val While running a shifting machine to a mine in the Snow Shoe region in Pennsylvania when the thermometer registered 22 degrees below zero the crew noticed a wildcat on ttie tracks ahead, apparently caught by the head'. When the locomotive struck the animal it ran into the woods with a gurgling cry. On' investigation the pien found the cat's tongue hanging to the rail. The vild cat had come to the spring near by and vevidently stepped into the water, with the result thai when it was crossing the tracks and stepped on to a frosty rail its foot immediately froze fast. In attempt ing to lick its foot loose .the cat's tongue .was caught. Rumania, stiir maintains a solid fightingM rent, .say Secretary Baker; iHe ought to know. W -- ,!SSWwa. T &fifec Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes and Slippers AT LOWEST PRICES. Paris' Greatest Shoe Store DAN ,w COHEN Where Beauty and . Economy-Reig- n J - i. zif v 5, W- I 1, c.i If.