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title: 'The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, October 26, 1917, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7',
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TJKDAY, OCtCER 14, IfiT.
YOUR DAJDXTOF AND
fffOPS TALLDTG HAIR
Save Your Hair! Make, It Thick,
Wavy and Beautiful
Thin, brittle, colorless and sn'rrr
hair is mute evidence of a neglected j
scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf .
There is nothing so destructive to
the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
of its lustre, its strength and its
very life eventually producing a
feverishness and itching of the scalp, .
which if not remedied causes theJ
hair roots to shrink, loosen and die
then the hair falls fast. A little
Danderine to-night now any time Protect it irom corrosion or barna-
will surely save your hair. . ces
Get a smairbottle of Knowlton's "cnTTQT-JrAPw""
Danderine from any drug -store or oUUifc dIUJOAIaH..
toilet counter, and after the first ap- Eat 8lowl masticate your food
plica ion your hair will take on that thorouglllV) abgtain from meat for a
life, lustre and luxurance of abund-lfew d and Jn mogt cageg
ance, an incomparable gloss and soft- tomach wlll di If it does
V bUt - T ? 6 yu,most not, take one of Chamberlain's Tab
will be after just a few weeks use , immediately after supper. Red
when you will actually see a lot of meatg are mogfc nkel tQ cauge gour
fine, down hair newair growing Rtomacl and find ft begt
all over the scalp. (adv) t them QUt
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Nowoman asks more some havelfound all tHisarid"morft
mostly they "are women wholwearRenga. Belt corsets j.
Models for every figure some'witfTJ'slastic'Cwebbing?
or greater freedom alL with double watch spring boning.!
For Safe By
twin Bros. Department Store
I Swentb and main $t$.
Our battleships literally eat paint,
The initial color requirements for a
new battleship cost about $2 5',Q 00,
which is the price of about 100 tons
of the kind of paint the navy uses.
addition to tnis, according to the
Popular Science Monthly, it' is cu3-
lonuiry LO repami.me ainerem parts
or a snip two or tnree times a year,
so the annual upkeep probably ex
ceeds this sum. This brings the an
nual outlay in for the entire fleet to
a million dollars.
The most important coating a ves
sel receives is the paint applied to
the submerged parts of the hull to
iris e'heightTof jeciotf
jomykto wear Rengo Belt,
have ,,theirstyle. nines
only when. they are'newJ,
engo Belt corsets retain
their lines' until they are
comfort comes, after the
first wear. jlhis fs
.the reason hy
,Rengo Belt corsets,
have gathered new
admirers each year
Here It Is !
From $10.00 Up
From $5.98 Up
From $1.00 Up
MAKE YOUR HAL
LOWE'EN SUIT NOW!
We have ,a large line of solid
and fancy materials also the
The United States Civil Service
Commission has received an expres
sion of the patriotism of practically
all the. exhibitors of motion, pictures
in the United States. The Govern
ment is in need of thousands of type
writer operators and stenographers
of both sexes for war work in Wash
ington, and through its 3,000 local
boards of examiners in that many
cities,""the Commission requested the
owners and mana'gers of motion
picture theatres to allow free of
charge an announcement on their
screens of this need of the Govern
ment. The refusals were so few as to
be negligible. Not more than a hun
dred of the 20,000 odd exhibitors
who were approached declined to
render to the people the service ask
ed. Even these can not be charged
with disloyalty; most of them held
decided views as to their duty to
their patrons who pay for entertain
The only criticism of the Govern
ment come from three" exhibitors who
declined on the grounds that it was
proposed to place a tax on motion
picture tickets. One owner asked
remuneration in the sum of 25 cents
a week, and another stipulated that
he was to be relieved of any responsi
bility for damage to the slides fur
nished by the Government. The
slides cost less than 10 cents apiece.
Almost , without exception the
"movie" men were not only willing,
but were even eager to serve the
Government in the manner request
ed. This hearty response from 20,
000 business men representative of
every part of the country has a
striking significance. It is interest
ing to note in this connection that
the estimated daily attendance at mo
tion picture shows in the United
States is ten million. This allows
an aveage of 500 for each house.
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BAD COLD? HEADACHY
AND NOSE STUFFED.
"Pape's Cold Compound"
Colds and imppe in a
Take "Pape's Cold Compound"
every two hours until you have taken
three doses, then all grippe misery
goes and your clogged-up nostrils
and the air passages of tne bead;
stops nasty discharge or nose run
ning; relieves the headache, dull
ness, reverisnness, sore iiiroat, sneer
ing, soreness and stiffness.
Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blow
ing and snuffling. Bast your throb
bing head nothing else in the world
gives such prompt relief as "Pape's
Cold Compound," which costs only
a few cents at any drug store. It
acts without assistance, tastesnice,
and causes no inconvenience. Ac
cept no substitute. (adv)
DUPONT POWIDER COMPANY
The DuPont Powder Company, of
Philadelphia, has subscribed'for $45,
000,000 of the second Liberty Loan
Bonds, increasing the company's
total subscription to $50,000,000.
Other subscriptions of $6,000,000
were reported Wednesday in the
Federal Reserve district making the
total $56,000,000 the largest single
day subscription during the present
The DuPont subscription is one of
the largest so far recorded in any
MRS. SMITH RECOMMENDS CHAM
"I have had more or less stomach
trouble for eight or ten years," writes
Mrs. G. H. Smith, Brewer ton, N. Y.
"When suffering from attacks of in
digestion and heaviness after eating,
cne or two of Chamberlain's Tablets
have always relieved me. I have also
found them a pleasant laxative."
These tablets tone up the stomach
and enable it to perform .its functions
naturally. If you are troubled with
indigestion give them a trial, get well
and stay well.
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KENTUCKY BANKS HAVE $217,
124,211 ON DEPOSIT
With eight banks failing to report
to the State Tax Commission, there
were $217,124,211.27 on deposit in
the various banks of the State, Sep
tember 1. Of this amount $39,772,
175.78 is exempt from taxation, leav
ing $177,352,035.49 subject to tax
ation. The tax due the State on this
amount under the Picket bank bill
3 The national banks have deposits
amounting to $105,899,656.iQ4, with
exemptions amounting to $30,894,
5 02.3 3. while State banks 'had on
deposit $111,224,553.23 with ex
emption amounting to $8,877,673.45
THE RIFLE BANK..
For the thrifty soul with sports
man-like tendencies a novel savings
bank has recently been invented. By
a clever arrangement of the bank and
a small gun on a metal stand you
are able to shoot your money into
safekeeping. The bank is concealed
by a target-like arrangement with a
slot in the bull's-eye. The nickle,
dime or quarter is placed in the gun;
the trigger is pulled and the coin flies
into the bank.
One of the most important items in
I your business, is in 'adequate amount
AxlX4.xA- m B' Mm 49 w. li
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Up to midnight, September 12th, during a pteriod of
8 months, we sold and delivered to tire dealers more
United States Tires than we sold to dealers during the
entire 12 months of 1916.
This phenomenal sales increase was made notwithstanding our
epoch-making sales increases of 1916 over 1915.
These-record-breaking sales increases of 1917 over 1916 and
our record-breaking sales increases of 1916 over 1915 definitely and
r finally prove three facts t
1. The supremacy of United States Tires.
2. ' The fact that the vast army of automobile owners who used
United States Tires in 1916 are using them in 1917 on the sheer
merit of their, experience.
3. The fact that another vast army, of automobile owners have been!
won over to the use of United States Tires in 1917 on the sheer
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A Complete Stock of United States Tires Carried By
MILLERSBURG GARAGE, Millersburg, Ky.
BIG INCREASE "SHOWN IN HIGH
Witli an increase of 1,950 high
school students in Kentucky in one
year, with $865,000 spent on new
high schools in the year terminating
June, 1917, and with a high school
enrollment of 20,800 students, the
bienunal report of - McHenry
Rhoades, Inspector of JHigh Schools
in Kentucky, indicates a marked
progress in education in this State.
The report contains illuminating
statistics of the past year, as well as
a clear resume of the steady growth
of high school education in the State
since the county school law was
passed in 1908, making it mandatory
that every county establish and
maintain high schools.
tSi S3 tS
2,796 WHITE DRATTED MEN NOT!
, CALLED INTO SERVICE.
Kentucky's net quota of 14,236 of
the conscripted army is comprised of
12,028 whites and 2,208 negroes. Of
the net quota 2,79.6 whites have not
as yet been called into service. One
hundred and three of the 120 coun
ties have certified to Adjutant Gen
eral Ellis enough men to fill their
quota. To date 15,990 names have
been certified to by district exemp
You Don't Have to
If You Use a
A beautiful tin of Garlania n-dl
tlay. Com In ami look thorn ovor.
Pari Gas & Electric Go.
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as ' av
tires over other tires that
i ted States Tires
Are G odd Tires
'Chain' 'Usco' 'Royal Cord' Tkhtf
emand that your Tire Dealer
United States Tires or go to
If busy farmers, who are selling their stock and pro
duce at good prices, were to be deprived of their tele
phone, they would readily place the value of the instru
ment at anywhere from $5.00 to $35.00 a day.
You will find the secret of the prosperous farmer's
successs lies in his prompt telephone communication with
the local and city markets.
Our new Directory will go to press soon and it is our
endeavor to' supply you continuously good telephone ser
vice day and night. Our rates are reasonable.
Paris Home Telephone & Telegraph Go.
J. J. VEATCH,
The Bourbon Laundry
DWIS & FUNK, Props.
Telephone No. 4.
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they have tried..
supply you with
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A Money Maker!
W. H. CANNON,
West 5 Street
With all the latest im
provements in laundry
appliances and expert
helpers we are prepared
to do work inferior to
none, and solicit your
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PILLS: Thoy renew the aormalvifocat
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