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TUESDAY, JANUARY!!, If 21
New Ocean Danger.
Little Harold, 5, was vacationing at
the lafee shore. He overheard his eld
ers remark about the terrific under
tow near the pier. The nert day his
mother went into the water and Har
old screamed at her from the shore:
Oh, mother, don't go In there; there's
a big under toad there and it might
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The Proof Is In Paris Almost At
Constant Guard Against Forgery.
The secret marks on Bank of Eng
land notes, by which forcries are
detected, are constantly being chang
ed. The microscope reveals many
-such peculiarities to an observant eye.
The Colonial Dame
Snnn her cloth
By Candle flame.
In Crinoline bright,
She greeted her guests
By Coal Oil light.
And later on,
How time does pass
Her home was lit
By flickering Gas.
But the girl of to-day
Who wants her home bright,
Just presses a button
And has Electric Light.
The public statement of a Pjris
citizen is in itself strong proof for
Paris people, but confirmation
strengthens the evidence.
Heie is a Parte citizen vho teti-
Ified years ago that Doan's Kidney
nis relieved weak kidneys and now
states the result was permanent.
Can any sufferer from kidney iHs
ask better proof? You can investi
gate. The case is right at hojme.
Mrs A. L. Burley, 329 Eighth
street, Paris, says: "I have used
Doan's Kidney Pills a few times and
from the benefit obtained I can say
they are a good and reliable remedy.
Whenever my kidneys have acted
irregularly or my back had been
weak and lame I have always found
a box or so of Doan's Kidney Pills,
which I get at Ardery's Drug Store
to relieve the complaint quickly."
The above statement was given
November 10, 1916, and on Novem
ber 12, 1920, Mrs. Burley said
"I haven't changed my opinion of
Doan's Kidney Pilisjand recommend"
them just as highlyto-day as when
I gave my statement tn 1916. The
cure Donn's Kidney Pills made for
ne at that time has been perma
nent." Price 60c, at all dealeis. Don'-t
simply ask for a kjdney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Burley had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. T. fadv)
MT. STERLING JUDGE NAMED
Juege C. C. Turner, of Mt. Ster
ling, a Democrat, has been appointed
Commissioner of the Court of Ap
peals by the Judges of the Court.
He succeeds Judge William Rogers
Clay, who was sworn in as a mem
ber of the bench.
Judge Turner was elected to the
Appellate Bench m 1912 to fill the
vacancy created by the resignation
of Judge Edward C. O'Rear.
WEATHER AS TOPIC
The first interest that invades
our sleepy heads when we wake in
the morning, the first topic of con
versation at any hour in the day
when we meetra friend and the last
subject to receive our speculative
consideration when we open the
window before popping into bed for
the night is usually the weather.
flus year, in most parts of the !
country, the weather has been ex-1
ceptionally interesting and disagree
able. It has interfered seriously !
with our comfort, our enjcymenV
and our business. In a neriod wher
npnr1p'5 HitjrmoIHnnc -irinn -, 1 v .. I
w . .Urv..i.ivsj.i- iic aiicain i
tried by the -nigh cost of living and '
by after-the-Av.i.- animosities, .dis- n j..j.t , ,. . .
t alone: comes P"noL A1S0 waiKed to Town
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MUSTARD BLISTERS I
turDar.ce cna unrest along comes
weather of a most violent and per-
sisient sort and intensifies the gen
eral glumness. )
Rightly regarded, weather, even
bad wenther, is a tonic and a iis-!
ciplinarian. Of course there ' are '
some exliemes of meteorological ac-j
tivity foi which no good word can
be said tornadoes, hurricanes and
blizzards; but the ordinary or even j
the out-of-1 he-ordinary run of bad !
If She Wished to Do Any Shopping
-uu ion wisn 10 netnrn to Grand
mother's Times Or Take An Ele.
vated Car? This Comparison is!
Brought Before You "For tin Si, !
yle Purpose of Illustrating Whv
People of To-Day That Ace Up-to-Date
Use Mintol In Prelerence to
Using Mustard Plasters and
Smelly Mustard Creams.
a blessmc: in di'.sruise. a':
the superior prosperity and progres-
5ivfnPCj rf the inlinhitanfe nP nnitii.
tries exposed zo such vicisitudes avw uui. wer rowei tc tne tnroat
demonstrates. Variety in weather isnd lungs for five minutes then ap-
seems alweys to (mean versatility in
For colds in the head p.ifnvrh
rip, bronchitis or pneumonia simply
The reason is, of course, that peo-
nle are not sroins: to be dominated
by unfavoiable weather if they can
ply MINTOL. rubbinsr thoronehlv t-
fo five minutes and cover the spots
wun a. not, dry flannel, so arranged
as to allow the vapors arising from
the MINTOL to be inhaled. This
treatment will be found as much an
-Ul .i. 1-TT1 .v j:s c
climate are neaily always favorable 'improvement over the old-fathioned
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Paris Gas & Electric Co.
We ought in hunianity no moiv to
despise a man for the mMnirum ot
the mind than for Iiom.' of n oo.Iy.
when they are suHi :is h ;mnot ljolp
YES IT CAN BE
DYED OR CLEANED
That last year's suitor dress can be made to appear like a New One.
Send Via Parcel Post.
SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS
909 6th Street (incorporated) Louisville, Ky.
and a livinsr is to be had with the
smallest possible effort it is differ
ent: people are readily submissive
to benign circumstancts. But the
fight to overcome conditions unfa
vorable to easy living has developed
the most valuable qualities ot char
acter. The complaints against the
weather that have ben so general
and just this year, though they have
indicated disgust, have seldom been
without the note of dogged defi
ance. To defy bad weather in act r.s well
as in thought is for the healthy
person the bett way of dealing with
it. There is certainly no better way
of working off the sullen spirit that
it sometimes engenders Few storms
are so severe that one who is in
good physical condition and who i-
appropriately clad will not be the
better for getting out and battling
with them. Bad "weather cuts us
off feoiretimes from pleasures to
which we had looked forward, but
we find in it pleasure of another
raid, it may be, a more substantial
mustard blisters and- creams as the
elevated is over walking.
NOTICE: MINTOL is tlw latest
scientific discovery for the reatmert
of all congested conditions, stTch as
occur in Spanish Influenza. Grip
Pneumonia and Bronchial affections.
It kills the Influenza and Grip germ
and acts as an antiseptic in healing
inflamed throat or nostrils. For
hoarseness, a littlu of the MINTOL
applied to the' back of the tongue
will gve instant relief 35c, 60c and
$1.25 a jar. If your druggist can
not sunnlv.vou we will qenil von n
jar on receipt of price. The Home I
Relief Laboratories. Boston. Mass.
For Sal by Brooks & Snapp Drug
Can Elephant Jump?
Although they are generally belk.ced
to be able to do so, it is impossible,
owing to weight and structure, for an
elephant to leap either up or forward.
A big elephant takes 0 leet 0 inches at
a stride, but a 7-fort. trench would be
as hopeless, a barrier t it as one of
Right Food a Big Factor
in keeping one sturdy
and fit to do things
is a wheat and "barley food
that is scientifically made
For a definite purpose.
It has delicious taste; is
easy to digest; and con
tains all the building values
of the grains that make
for health and comfort.
Ingres a Reason
Postum Cereal Compazine
Battle Creek, Mich.
According to the medical column of
a -weekly paper, a person suffering
from exhaustion should he put to hed 1
and allowed to sleep a long as pos
sihlo. ThN evidently does away with
the old idea of awaking the sufferer
every twenty minutes in order to ask
him if he is still tired.
Handle Lemons Carefully.
Few persons realize how delicate
are lemons and the fact that they
have to be handled with the same
care as is given eggs. This is done to
avoid any abrasions to the skin, thus
avoiding decay pores through which
germs otbenie might enter.
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William K. Hasan cybN
rie."T NATIONAL BANK
WE HAVE ON DISPLAY
and can make IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
a larger stock of finished
than all other dealers in Central Kentucky. No agents.
No commissions. Guaranteed quality.
THE MURRAY & THOMAS CO.
Cumberland Phone 78 PARIS, KENTUCKY
TIRES AND TUBES AT HALF PRICE
FULLY GUARANTEED by one of He OLDEST and BEST KNOWN
AMERICAN TIRE MAKERS
(TRADE RESTRICTIONS BAR MENTION OF NAME)
SIZE Price Price
30x3 $19.70 $ 9.85
30x31 23.50 11.75
32x34 28.00 14.00
31x4 32.80 16.40
32x4 37.40 18.70
33x4 39.25 19.63
34x4 40.10 20.05
34x4i " 53.25 26.63
35x4 55.65 27.83
35x5 65.35 32.68
SIZE Price Price
30x3 $3.30 $1.65
30x32 3.90 1.95
32x3i 4.25 2.13
31x4 5.05 2.53
32x4 5.25 2.63
33x4 5.45 2.73
34x4 .5.70 2.85
33x4 6.90 3.45
34x4 7.00 3.50
35x4i 7.05 3.53
35x5 8.55 4.28
EVERY TIRE AND TUBE FULLY GUARANTEED
FABRIC 6,000 MILES ! CORD 10,000 MILES!
STOCK IS LIMITED. DON'T WAIT UNTIL YOUR SIZE IS GONE!
Cumberland Phone 791
315 HIGH STREET
Home Phone 2SO
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