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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, -KY.
TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1117,
Found, on my farm near the
, County Infirmary about July 1, one Cincinnati Man Tells How to Shrivel "There seems to he a theory ram
large hog. Owner can obtain his or Up Corns or Callouses So They pant," said H. M. Bacon, of Akron.
Iter property by proving same and Lift Off With Fingers. sales Manager of the Diamond Rub-
paying charges of keep and advertis-,
Cumb. Phone 123,
Either on the Chautauqua ground-5
qr on the streets, in the vicinity, Sat
urday, an opal set from a finger
ring. Highly valued as a souvenir.
-Tinder will be suitable rewarded by
leaving at this office. (10-tf)
All kinds of second-hand furni
ture; gas and coal ranges; hot water
heaters; refrigerators, ice boxes, etc.
One single wardrobe.
Call and examine the stock. Cum
berland phone 1056.
(10-3t-pd) opp. Court House.
Several used automobiles.
cars are all in good condition and canspace for tlie exit can be secured.
be bought right for cash.
DICKERSON & DOUGLAS GARAGE.
A good 6-year-old gelding. Good you one of them? Mrs. M. R. Searl,
driver, perfectly gentle, not afraid of Baldwinsville, N. Y., relates her ex
anything. Will stand without hitch- perience in the use of these tablets:
Ing. Can be bought at a bargain, j "I had a bad spell with my stomach
E. M. WHEELER, about six months ago, and was
(22-tf) Eighth and Main, Paris, Ky. ! troubled for two or three weeks with
i gas and severe pains in the pit of
We are in the market for your wool.
Get your sacks at the Independent
(1-tf) CLARK & YOUNG.
OLD BRICK FOR SALE
Fifteen thousand old brick, part
of the old Presbyterian Church, for
sale on the building lot.
Very little spare time required to
earn BIG PAY. Easy, pleasant work.
Waiting applications, collecting re
newable premiums sick, accident
D. ADNA BROWN,
106 S. Fourth St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Scrap Iron Wanted.
I am paying fifty cents per hundred
for all kinds of scrap iron. Not less
than 1,000 pounds. This material can
be weighed at any city scales. This i
to be relivered to the cars on the Lou
lsville & Nashville tracks, opposit
the freight depot.
Call us over the Cumberland 'phon
Eighth Street, Paris, Ky.
DESIRABLE MAIN STREET RESI
SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1917,
- At 2:30 P. M., O'clock.
We, as Agents for W. R. Scott, will
sell at Public Auction on the above
date, on the premises, his handsome
2-story frame residence, situated on
Main Street, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth Streets. House contains
eight rooms, two porches, presses,
bath complete, gas, cellar; cistern,
large garden and garage. Lot, 54x
This is a splendid opportunity to
secure a handsome home, situated in
one-of the best resident districts of
Paris, close to churches and schools
and convenient down-town.
Positive sale. '
TERMS Easy and made known on
day of sale.
For -particulars call on the under
signed, who will take pleasure in
HARRIS & SPEAKES.
Automobile Hearse or Ambulance!
I desire to announce to our friends that I can, where
desired, furnish an automobile hearse or ambulance. Th is
"method of tranipertation is especially desired on long trip s,
the iibeibeiirmade in better' time, and at no advance in
xost over the horse-drawn conveyance.
QKOi Wv DAVIS, Funeral Director.
AND PIN ON
Ouch !?!?!! This kind or
rough talk will be heard less here in
, town if people troubled wim corns,
; will follow the simple advice of this
Cincinnati authority, who claims
that a few drops of a drug called
freezone when applied to a tendei,(
aching corn or hardened callous stops
soreness at once, and soon the corn
or canous ones up u-uu uu, &u
'without pam. .. . .
He says Freezone dries immediately
and never inflames or even ",
Lilts &U11UUUU1U& s,lm' -" "
tie of Freezone will cost very little
at any drug store, but will positivefy
remove every hard or soft corn or
callous from one's feet. Millions of
American women will welcome this
announcement since -the inaugura
tion of the high heels. If your drug
gist doesn't have Freezone tell him
to order a small bottle for you.
IS IS E3
COHEN MADE TREASURER.
itTnt O Pnlion rnniTmceinnpr nf
Agriculture, has been elected Treas- j
urer of the $3,000 fund for the Ken
tucky exhibit at the Southern States
Expostition to be held in New York,
October 13 to 20. It will be neces-
sary to raise this amount before floor
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ARE YOU ONE OE THEM?
There are a great many people
I who would be very much benefited
jby taking Chamberlain's Tablets for
a weak and disordered stomach. Are
my stomach. Our druggist advised
me to take Chamberlian's Tablets.
I took a bottle home and the first
dose relieved me wonderfully, and I
kept on taking them until I was
cured." These tablets do not relieve
pain, but after the pain has been re
lieved may prevent its recurrence.
BLUE GRASS PAIR TO BE HELD
Two hundred and eleven live stock
rings, of which one-half will b-3
horses of various classes will be
shown at the Blue Grass Pair, Lex
ington, this year. The value of pre
miums offered for these rings is ap
proximately $15,000 and in addition
several thousand dollars will be given
in purses for the three running races
daily and at least one light harness
race each day. The Blue Grass Fair
this year for the first time in many
years has inaugurated, a farm and
garden exhibit and offers premiums
aggregating 1,000 for the finest dis
play of vegetables and field grain and
seed. Many of the rings in this de
partment are said to be the richest
in America and the generous pre
mium list will undoubtedly attract
the finest exhibit of vegetables and
farm products ever held in Kentucky.
Reduced railroad fares will be
granted to Lexington for the occa
sion. The fair will be held for one
week, beginning Monday, Aug. 6.
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CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC AND DI
Now is the time to buy a bottle of
this remedy so as to be prepared in
case that any one of your family
should have an attack of colic or
diarrhoea during the summer months.
It is worth a hundred times its cost
Farms For Sale!
Write for full description of fine
limestone farm of 125 acres a-mile
from good railroad town and first
grade school. Price, $100 per acre.
Also have others. --
S. J. JONES,
(13-3t) Harmersville, Ohio.
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
PILESr PILES! PILES!
WILLIAMS' INDIAN PILE OINTMENT
Will cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles.
It absorbs the tumors, allays itching at once,
sets as poultice, fires instant relief.
For b1 by U druggists, mail Sfe and $1.00.
GBERDORFER, The Druggist
DON'T LET YOUR TIRES DOWN IN
ber Company, Inc., "that in hot
wether the ai'r in a tire expands so
much that in order to avoid the dan
gerg Qf over.inflation, some air should
be Jet Qut and the pressure reduced
at the beginning of a day,s run
Tire men aR oyer the country are
trying tQ teach thQ faUacy Qf tWg
theory Tires should be pumped up
fc ag hard in the summer time a
in winter. The reasons are simple
and eagily explained
"Diamond Factory Test Cars have
mnrlfk PYhniierivo o-vnoTMrnono r In
(termine the proper amount of infla
tion for tires at all seasons of the
year. They found that even on the
hottest days, when a speed of thirty
, to forty miles an hour was maintain
jed for several hours, that the press
jure in a tire increased one 2. This
is an extreme condition, probably
seldom duplicated by any motorist in
the ordinary use of his car. This ex
tra 2 pressure is so small that it
is entirely negligible.
V AT- -11 -I J IB J
vy" " "lucl uauui lL "1M -
slightly deflated, anticipating an in
crease in pressure, they aer liable to
be seriously injured. Hot sun and'
hot pavements then have another
party to the conspiracy to destroy
them. The flexing of the tire the
constant bending back and forth
produces international friction,
which heats up a tire to the point
where the rubber gets soft. A tire in
this condition invites tread separa
tion, injury from stone burises, and
"But if' the tire is kept inflated,
it will have one less enemy to fight
in hot weather. My advice, which, I
think, coincides with the advice of
every other experienced tire man, is:
'Keep your tires pumped up hard all
summer. Don't give them a chance
to let down.' "
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KENTUCKY NATIONAL GUARD
MAY CAMP IN TEXAS.
The Kentucky national guard will
be sent to a camp in Texas for fall
and perhaps winter training, accord
ing to information obtained at the
War Department at Washington, Fri
day. This is the tentaive program and
the only hitch in the arrangement-;
may come through a revision of the
program by the War College, which
has the last say in the matter. Three
national guard camps are to be estab
lished in Texas, one at Ft. Worth,
one at Waco and the other at Hous
ton. It was reported some time ago
that the Inidana and Kentucky naj
tional guard would be sent to a camp
at Annison, Ala. From any one of
the Texas camps transportation could
be arranged to France by way of the
Gulf of Meico.
TQ S !E3
CLEAN LIVING WITH SANITARY
It is a remarkable fact that many
of the physicians at the sanitoria of
the country have -vhat are termed
"arrested cases" of tuberculosis, pre
ferring to call them that than cured
cases, because the disease is liablo
to recur from the original causes,
unless a rule of life is adopted that
will- prevent further trouble. These
doctors know that vigilance is tlio
price of health, as it is of liberty,
and avoid contaminating conditions,
excesses, dissipation and over exer
tion, while never neglecting to
breathe all the fresh air possible,
observe cleanliness of person and sur
rounding and spend as much time in
the open air as they can. Send to
Dr. W L. Heizer, Secretary of the
Tuberculosis Commission, Frankfort,
for pamphlet giving the rules that
have been found by experience to
prevent tuberculosis infection and
the proper -method of dealing with
the disease after it develops.
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UP IN THE AIR.
The difficulties of rooting out the
German spy system, which exists, un
doubtedly, in Washington, are appre
ciable. There is no disposition on
our part to belittle them or to criti
cise the federal government for its
failure, up to this time, to execute a
The Germans planted their spy
system and perfected it while Count
von Bernstorff was in Washington.
It is made up of men as fearless of
detection and death as the hardy Ger
mans who put to sta in submarines
to risk the horrors of death from
suffocation in a disabled U-boat.
The electrocution of a dozen of them
would not have a profound effecti
upon the morale of the system, but it
would hearten Americans, who are
very much up in the air about the
evident smooth-working bureau of
confidential intelligence which Ger
many has in operation within the
shadow of the American capitol.
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CAUSE OF DESPONDENCY.
Despondency is often, caused by
indigestion and constipation; and
quickly disappears when Chamber
lain's Tablets are taken. These tab
lets strengthen the digestion and
move the bowels.
If you think a Paris girl isn't
strong, try to get the topx off a fruit
jar after one of thefal members of
the canning club has put it on as
tight as she wants it.
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GAINS 16 POUNDS
AND FEELS FIE
"I Was Run Down For Years
Before I Took Teniae"
TIRED FEELING ALL GONE
"I .feel fine now, and since I have
been eating right I have gained 16
pounds," said Mrs. Sam Antle of Leb
anon, "and it's all due to Tanlac.
"I was in a weak, run down condi
tion for several years. Food soured
after I ate it. Gas formed after meals,
and I felt bloated and uncomfortable.
It's no wonder I didn't have much of
"I was nervous and irritable most of
the time, and I didn't sleep soundly.
I got up feeling all worn out and kept
saying all day long, 'I feel so tired.'
Finally I tried Tanlac, and before I
had finished the first bottle I knew
that it was helping me. I now hare a
better appetite than I ever had before.
I sleep soundly and get up feeling rest
ed and refreshed. I weigh 1G pounds
more than I ever did before. I think
Tanlac is the best tonic I ever took."
Tanlac is made of robts, barks and
herbs and is especially designed to
build up run down people. It brings
back the appetite, tones up the stom
ach and promoter, restful, refreshing
Tanlac can now be bought her-e
from Varden & Son.
ANOTHER ON THE LIST.
The Bracken Chronicle, of Au
gusta, has installed a linotype ma
chine and is now getting out their
paper in the modern way. This is
one of the most progressive weeklies
in the Ohio River , section of the
State and the people of Bracken
county should appreciate the efforts
of the editors and managers in giv
ing them a first class county news
paper. IS 1 Pa
CATARRHAL DEAPNESS CANNOT
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure ca
tarrhal deafness, and that is by con
stitutional remedy. Catarrhal deaf
ness is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When the tube is
inflamed you have a rumbling: sound
or imperfect hearing, and when it isj
entirely closed, deafness is the result.
Unless the inflammation can be
reduced and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever. Many cases of
deafness are caused by catarrh, which
is an inflamed condition of the mu
cous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine acts through the blood on the
mucous surfaces of the system.
We give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Catarrhal Deafness that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Medicine. Circulars free. All Drug
' F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Dr. Fritz says he will "proceed
differently the next time." He ought
to get down on his knees and give.
thanks that he lives in a country
where such a thing as "the next
time" is possible.
On Special Sunday Excursion on
Sunday, July 22
Special train leaves Paris 8:20
a. m., arriving in Cincinnati at
10:30 a. m.
Returning leaves Cincinnati
(4th Street Station) at 7 p. m.
W. V. SHAW, Agent.
W. R. CLINKENBEARD, T. A.
DR. WM. KENNEY
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
FIRST NAT'L BANK BUILDING.
WM. GRANNAN 1
ROOMS 401-402. '
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We Know You'll Wonder
How We Do It
But how or why shouldn't matter. The talk of the town:
Palm Beach Suits
(the genuine article) in all colors and atyles, 8.50 to
$10.00 values, going at
You'll have to hurry, because they're going fast.
SURPRISE SPECIAL No. 2
All Our $2.00 and $2.50 Straw Hats $1 ATI
for men, your choice P tJ
See our windows, then hurry injwhile the pickiag is good.
Clothing and Shoe Dept.
i4ii'ji'I''I'il''IiiI'l''I'''I''i'lMl..i....i..n.i.iH...n..i.ii..i.....4i..t.n, 1 1 .
Ladies' Black Kid, White
Ladies' Brown Kid, White
Regular $8.00 Values
We have about 30 pairs of both
which we are closing? out. Come
while we have your size.
1 1' ! l'-M"KKM"I"Ki"M' 'M"l' !! H- H-M"M' HH I
Mr. R. F. Clendenin, Associate General Agent for
the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, in
one day recently, sold $100,000 worth of life insurance
over local and long distance lines of the Home Telephone
Company and beca use of such an amount of business
accumulated in one day, he divides the honors with us
for the efficient telephone service rendered. This is a
splendid record for both Telephone and Insurance Com
panies. Mr. Clendenin says; "The service I get from your
Company is all that I could ask, and on the closing day
of my campaign I used it with wonderful success." '
Such an opportunity in facilitating business should
be grasped by. the public in general in employing co-operation-,
efficiency and confidence.
Pans Home Telephone 8 Telegraph Co.
J. J. VEATCH, District Manager.
W. H. CANNON. THOMAS K.
From the heat and dust with
our Goggles and Shades!
We have a complete as
sortment. Don't trifle
with .your eyesight. It
is the most valuable
gift of nature. For first
class- service, see us
We Fit Where
' Others Fail
FRYE & FRANKLIN
L. Wollstein, Prop
M Z y77,'TY
. S J ' 1 I liv.
THERE'S a heap of joy
in a ton of good coal.
Your stove or furnace
won't have much trouble
from extracting comfort
frdm a ton of coal if you
buy it f roni us. Our rapid
delivery will please you.-
Smith Main St..
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