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CHAJOmLAirS COTOH REMEDY
THE MOST RELIABLE.
After many years' experience in
-the use of it and other medicines,
there are many who prefer Chamber
lain's to any other. Mrs.A. C. Kirs
tein, Greenville, Ills., writes: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy has been
used in my mother's home and mine
for years, and we always found it a
uick cure lor colds and bronchial
troubles. We find it to be the most
reliable cough medicine we have
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Aweak 'mind is like a microscope,
which magnifies trifling things, but
cannot receive great ones. Chesterfield.
THE JACKSOJT TWO SOW 'PLAT
ING IN WINCHESTER.
THE "UBEfcTY -BONTORE -TO m
The Jackson Trio; three musicians There will be a great bonfire
of a decidedly high order, who t kindled in Washington City, Friday
greatjy pleased patrons of the Al
amo and the Paris Grand last week,
are now filling an engagement at
the Colonial Theatre, in Winchester.
This trio came to Paris direct from
playing an engagement on the B. F.
Keith vaudeville circuit, and it is to
be regretted they could not remain
IS s& Jsa
The human voice is produced by
fourteen different muscles:
A poet has been known to make
dollars out of lines that ordinary
mortals coud not make sense out of.
. It Saves Gas
The economy alone of this
Makes it unusually desirable.
Better baking, greater conveniences, extreme cleanliness
and durability make it unbetterable at any price.
On Sale This Week at Only ' $40.00
A Special Representative From the Factory Will Be
Here October 29, 30, 31.
T. W. SPICER
Main Street, Opposite Court House
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night, from wood gathered from
many historic spots in all parts of the
country which prove to the world
that Fires of Liberty still continue to
burn brightly in this glorious Union,
and that the people are loyal and pa
triotic and will not be swayed from
the path of duty the uplifting of
humanity and the overflow of auto-
cracy and militarism.
There had been numerous requests
for wood taken from trees upon some
historic places, and, as Madison
county is one of the most historic
spots in Kentucky, being the home
of Daniel Boone, the great pioneer
and settler of the great Common
wealth, the people gladly responded
to the call. Mr. C. C. Thomas sent
to Washington, D. C, to the commit
tee in charge, a piece of timber
taken from a tree at Boonesboro,
upon which was written the follow
"Piece of timber from one of the
two trees under which Daniel Boone
made Treaty with the Indians at
Camp Boone, at' Boonesboro, Madison
county, Ky." '
A stick of wood from the scene of
the Battle of the Blue Licks was sent
to Mrs. McAdoo, at Washington, D.
C, by Mrs. Walter Mathews for the
Lexington Chapter D. A. Rv and one
from the home of General John Mor
gan for the Major Otis S. Tenney
Chapter U. D. C. Mrs. Mathews'
ancestors fought in the Battle of
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A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE
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Asleep in the middle of the rail
road track, a two-year-old girl escap
ed injury when a fast train bound to
Ocean City passed over it.
The train was running about 60
miles an hour. The engineer did not
notice the child until only a few fee.t
away. Brakes were applied, and the
trainmen ran back and picked up lit
tle Annie Kosh, fully dressed and
sound asleep, lyhig face downward
upon the ties.
The child had to be awakened and
immediately began to cry. Not a
scratch was found upon her, notwith
standing the fact that a locomotive
and five coaches had passed over her.
RUSSIAN SITUATION HOPEFUL.
G. W. DAVIS
Corntr Fifth and Pleasant Streets, Paris, Ky.
Day Phants 137 Night Phones 299 or 999
Automobile Ambulance Automobile Hearse
Our Winton-Six Automobile Ambulance with Johnson -&
Johnson First Aid Equipment and the Lungmotor (recently
secured by us at great expense) a resuscitating device" for
those apparently dead from drowning, gas poisoning, electric
shock, collapse from anaesthasia, etc., always ready for ser
vice, uai kjk jNUirrr. rnone us immediately when
The soldier in the old Russian
army had fewer rights than a dog
and was treated far worse. The
wonder is,' not that the new Russian
army has so little discipline, but
that it has so much. So says Chas.
Edward Russell, the Root commis
sioner who has just returned from
Russia, and whose article on the new
Slav republic in Hearst's Magazine
for November amounts practically to
an official report on Russian condi
tions. Mr. Russell, with a full
knowledge of all that Russia is now
going through, is very hopeful about
the eastern situation, and believes
that by next spring the Russian
armies will again be doing their full
share in making the world safe for
Speaking of conservation, which
seems to be the topic of the hour and
the day, a- Paris man set a precedent
and furnished a solution of the
vexed problem of how to dispose of
dead leaves. This man has had
t teams going over Paris the past few
days gathering up loads of, dead
leaves that had been swept into the
gutters by housekeepers, and using
them for bedding for orses and
cows -at his big barn on Second
street. The soft, dry leaves make an
excellent substitute for straw bed
ding; and besides, make a splendid
5 top, dressing 'for gardens and flower
beds durinfTthe. winter.
We used to say:
"The MaxwellV real greatness is on .the
inside the mechanical parts you can't see;''
But the wonderful new 1918 Maxwell hs,
just been delivered to us.
Now we've changed our tune.
Today we say:
"The Maxwell is great inside and out
great in EVERY POSSIBLE way."
Always the most efficient most econom
ical light car built, the. Maxwell now has :
A 6-inch longer wheel .base, making, it
larger and roomier.
Heavier and more rigid frames 6 inches,
instead of 3 inches deepand yet is 50 pounds
Compensating, underslung. rear , springs:
the last word in spring suspension at any price.
A sloped windshield style of body equal
to the highest priced cars.
Friends, the 1918, Maxwell is the best
looking, best built car, for the money weaver
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Touring Cqr $745
Memdeter $745; Cempe $1095; Berime $1095;
Sedan $1095. Ali price f. . e. Detreit
High St., Near Eighth Paris, Kentucky
SNAKE IN CHURCH PAHS
BLUPF THE PASTOR.
An ex-bachelor says that the next
, best thing to Tiaving a wife is to pos
sess a good wife.
Means Buy Your Winter Supply
of Necessary Qotfeang Now,
- When the time comes for" u to- replenish- our stock
prices will be greatly advanced. Present
Men's and Boys Suits, Overcoats, Underwear, Shoes,
Etc, are very reasonable at our store.
LET US HELP YOU SAVE!
A religious meeting at the Cross
Plains Methodist church near Vin
cennes, Ind., was disturbed when a
big black snake crawled out from
under the altar just as the minister,
the Rev. C. E. Bromley, was about
to administer the sacrament of
communion. Several persons were
kneeling at the altar when the ser
pent appeared with its head up in the
air. The preacher was equal to the
occasion. He said the serpent did
tempt Bve, but is couldn't bluff him,
and fulfilled the ancient prophesy by
killing the reptile, after which the
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Bros. Clothing and Shoe Dept.
THERE'S a heap of joy
lETaion' of good coal.
Your stfoveor furnace
won't haye;much? trouble
from extracting comfort
from a ton of coal if you
buy it from us. Our raDid
;- delivery will please you.
W. C, D0DS0N
South Main St.
The beautiful thing about the Gulf Coast, between New Ori.i
Pensacola, is thjt it is a real playgrqund, summer ? wtaSrv
ground for northern folk from November to- IVTay- and tor ttl aZ&7'
during the summer months. You can't a foruchmore of iixlt
ture than has been expended on the Gulf littoral between NSnir
and Pensacola. There are pine woods, forests oi ? live oakl alf S'fe"8'
and mysterious, long stretches of winding, shaded roads SdSSf
loTl0? hamletf and mode resorts teeminwitna
and active life; lovely retreats where you can swine K 1? in.5? tT
Going South on the Louisville & Nashville Railroad f fan ,, i
Mobile, it is impossible to escape the infection of ToySus' livin7 eveH?'
you wanted to do that. At every stop throngs of people Se I'oin? anl
coming youth and age alike, getting on or off the trains TfM
X5a"FaDJ-' frafrant ir greet you. n morlovfr a piaceof lane
natural outdoor joys in surroundings of homely comfort or of luSSfii-
KiSr y Prefer Ifc ls U locality of anient and honorable ft?
ditions and the natives are descended from holder nf ta Sv - J
age-old ancestral oakfand Vown ove'r tStaKS? '"xSSfJ
perennials; and they iook out over the gulf water J 5? xLf and
the scuddling sails, the beach and the Srf If ?you S?t SSI. fit Z?'
down, there in the golden sunshine and among the coSntw ?l?eSS
' and attractions of that playground, dou'tgo South in ?hTwwdiVe0nS
4ng to find your "Promised Land," for ybf?li Tnave !S,lv l ?T SPt? -"
your pains. No choicer spot exists and SStte? comfor ?cf tT0U ? '
found. The winter climate is ideal nbt nlomforUW? wri w t0h
ate and bracing, .putting snap and SrteTOSK, ' mder"
-. 70-u.rinIL??9?ff th? Onlf Coast is one of the ways travelers Mp' in
find their own particular choice-and Jor this nu? thlL tL
of the IkiuisvllINayille Railrbad'i conveiin Y?u n sfonv"
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