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From (& we Aear;
"I decided to bake two cake at the same
time, using Royal Baking Powder in one,
and another powder in the other, the
cake made with Royal was so appetizing
and delicious, so finely grained and
wholesome that in comparison, the-other
cake-was not a cake'
Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
Send for New Royal Cook oo It V FREE
Royal Baking Powder Co., 130 William St, New York
home on Second
tjnefobm: salaries toe teach-
f- ERS ARE OPPOSED
Uniform salaries for teachers are
not recommended by Superintendent
of Public Instruction Geo. Colvin,
who believes there should be con
siderable difference in the salary of
the trained and untrained teacrer.
the trained and untrained teacher,
ers' salaries should not be based
upon certificates held, because of the
confusion as to the exact value of
Letters have been sent out by Su
perintendent Colvin to city and
county school superintendents offer
ing suggestions for salary sched
ules. Superintendent Colvin favors a
minimum 'anda maximum pay for
principals,, for lie is or the opinion
that the principal of a two-teacher
school is not entitled to as much
pay as the principal of a seven
teacher school. The principal, of a
high school, he said, is entitled to
receive more pay than a principal
of a small elementary school.
Cincinnati, 0.,x .
$2.00 L. & N. $2.00
Furttier Reduction for Children.
Sunday, May 7, 1922
Special train will leave Paris 8:20
a. m., returning will leave Fourth
Street Station, Cincinnati, 6:30 p.
m., Cgntral Standard Time, (:30 p.
m., City Time.) For further infor
mation, consult Local Ticket Agent.
PRESIDENT HARDING AND THE
President Harding's decision, ac
cording to press reports, to take no
active part in the election of Repub
lican Senators and Congressmen this
year, is thus commented upon by
Chairman Cordell Hull, of the Dem
ocratic National Committee:
"I think I can readily understand
this attitude of the President. Most
of the sitting members, it appears,
will, through the strength of their
respective local machines, be renom
inated. It is. evident that the people
have already made up their minds
to vote for sweeping changes in the
present complexion of Congress.
President Harding's attitude of keep
ing aloft offers striking proof that
while he, in common with the Old
Guard crowd, was anxious to see
Newberry seated, he cannot work
himself up to the point of engaging
in personal activities in future sup
port of the present Republican Con
gress. The most terribfe commentary
on "this Congress, therefore, is the
fact that Republican leaders who
could stomach Newberryism cannot
stomach the sitting Republican Con
WEEKLY REVIEW OF POULTRY
AND EGG MARKET
Unseasonable weather still holds
back the marketing" of poultry, but
ter and eggs bjr the producers, caus-
iiig liiiii iuuiivt;i.s iui eauii jjiuuuui.
The demand for live and dressed
poultry is nominal and receipts about
usual for this period of the year.
Butter production should increase
rapidly from now on, and while the
demand is extremely good, it is nat
ural to expect lower prices.
As the demand for May storage
eggs is not as good as Tor April's,
the. prospects are that the egg mar
ket will work to a lower level by
the first of May. This will be influ
enced to a certain extent by the pro
duction. - .
Btgan Business Jan. 3, 1916
Prank P. Kiier, President
B. L. Weathers, VIc Pretldtnt
W. Vfi. Mitchell, Cwhier
Jno. W. Yerk, lnt C&ikler
Dan Feed, Jr., Bookkeeper...
JUNE 30, 1321
"Expert and Polite Service.
HOT AND COLD BATHS
very ill at her
Mrs. Dan Peed .has returned
from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Davis
Brown, near Lawrenceburg. r
Attorney Virgil M. Chapman,
of Paris and Lexington, is attending
Circuit Court at Irvine this week.
Joe Dan Case, former resident
of Bourbon county, is visiting
friends and relatives in this county.
TMrs. Mira -Lackman has re
turned to her home, in Winchester
after a visit to friends and relatives
C. E. Colliver, local agent of
the, American Express Co., was in
Louisville several days this week on
a business mission.
Horace Redmon has gone to
Warsaw, North Carolina, where he
will resume his former position in
the tobacco business.
Mr. and Mrs. R. p. Myers have
gone to Davenport, Iowa, where the
former will take a three-years' course
in the Palmer School of Chiroprac
tory. . Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Knight and
Miss Effie Reister have returned to
their home in Lexington after a
visit " to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Mrs. Russell Clayton who re
cently underwent an operation for
appendicitis at the Massie Memorial
Hospital, is getting along very well,
and will soon be able to leave the
A. B. WadelJ. has returned from
a three-weeks' visit to relatives in
Danville, Va. During his absence
Mrs. Wadell and babe 'were guests of
her parents, in Covington.
Ms. G. T: Reynolds and tiaugh
ter, Miss Ruth, have returned to
their home in Corbin, after a visit
to the former's sister, 'Mrs. D. C.
Mullins, on Nineteenth street.
Paul Jones, son of Rev. and
Mrs. J. B. Jones, who recently un
derwent an operation for appendici
tis at the Massie Memorial Hospital,
is making steady progress toward
George A. Shannon, of Jersey
City, N. J., is a guest of John. Hi'l
dreth. at the Hotel Windsor. Mr.
Hildreth was formerly associated
in the livestock business with Mr.
Shannon, at Jersey City.
Miss Mary Frances Burns,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. H.
Burns, and a member of the Senior
Class of the Paris High School, is a
patient at the Massie Memorial
Hospital, where she recently under
went an operation for appendicitis.
Robert M. Johnson, of Mt. Airy
avenue, has returned to -Miwogco
Springs, near Milan, Indiana. Mr..
Johnson came back to Paris to at
tend to some urgent business affairs,
and, liking his stay at the Springs
so well, made another trip.
Mrs. Finley "Nprris and Mr.
Miller Anderson have returned to
their homes in Pasadena and San
Francisco, Calif., respectively, after
a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. James
Rye and. family on Mt. Airy avenue..
They came to Kentucky to bring
the body of their mother, Mrs. Kit-
tie Anderson, aged sixty-nine, to Mt.
Sterling, for interment. Mrs. An
derson was before her marriage
Miss. Kittie Greenwade, of near Mt.
(Other Personals on Page 5)
WOMAN DOTOB SAYS "CRIME TO
H$S. B. M. JACOBS
What Men Admire Most in
Women is Perfect Health
The 'Sign of Strength
Sylacauga, Ala. "I wish' the world
to know that I say Doctor Pierce's'
Favorite Prescription is worth its
weight in gold. My wife was' down
and out with feminine trouble. She
was advised to try this medicine, so
she did, and it did her more good than
all the other medicines she ever took.
I am doing this in the hope that this
medicine may help others as it did
my wife." B. M. Jacobs.
Your health is the most valuable
asset you have. You should procure
this Prescription of Dr. Pierce's from
your druggist, in tablets or liquid, or
write Dr. Pierce, President Invalids
Hotel in Buffalo,- N. Y., and receive
free medical advice.
Capital - SIM.Mt.M
Surplus and Profits 122.5H.H
Stockholders' Liabilities 15..M
Protection to Depositors $422,5.M
Peoples Deposit Bask
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" . Paris, Kentucky
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS AND
ARE PREPARED TO HANDLE IT
T. - "Si.,
S. . BEDFORD, President
GEO. W. WILDER, Vice-Pres.
ROBT. METEER. Vice.Pres.
C. K. THOMAS, Vice-Pres.-CahJer
GEO. L. DOYLE, Assiseant Cashier
A Bull About Bull.
Eastern Paper Yesterday John
Hobbs, a farmer of this county, was
badly gored by an infatuated bull.
Power of Beautiful Woman.
A beautiful woman by her smilei
draws tears from our purse'. Vene
If the neighbor's chickens would
get into a man's garden a little ear
lier, he wouldn't have to spade it.
PILES! PILES! PILES!
WILLIAMS' PILE OINTMENT- .
For Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles.
For sale by all druggists, mail 50c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Prpv, Cleveland, Ohio
For Sale By
OBEBDOBEEBj T5E DETTGGKT
Five-Minute Toll Messages
The initial period on station-to-station messages is
FIVE minutes where the toll rate is 25 cents or leas. . r
USE HOME LONG DISTANCE
Paris Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.
LEVY The Dry Cleaner
IS EQUIPPED TO DO THE RIGHT KIND
OF DRY CLEANING
Bourbon News Advertisers Get Results.
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mi otil jom bare tfMd Dr. WwkteU'
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HbMSd to firm absolxxte tMfctioa or
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Quick srvice; thorough workmanship; best materials
used; first class workmen; modern machinery mean
satisfied customers. We repair shoei while you wait
no delay. - ,."-;
"It is a crime to be fat and in two
years it will be a disgrace." '
That is the law as laid down by
Dr. Lulu Hunt Peters, physician,
dietician and former chairman of
the public health committee of the
California Federation pf Women's
Shegoes on to, say: "It is a crime'
against love, against health, against
efficiency and society."
But Dr. Peters doesn't blame fat
persons for their present surplus.
"In a year or two. because of the
spreading of the knowledge of how.
to reduce, it will be a disgrace to be
Dr. Peters quotes statistics, to
show that on the average' the Amer
ican people are eating nearly twice
as much as necessary.
Dr. Peters should know whereof
stte speaks as she lias been through
the exercise and diet mill herself.
As a result of ridding herself and
others of excess weight, she now
plans to devote herself exclusively
to the popularizing of scientific
knowledge for the benefit -of public
healthr, . . -- '
Do you know that rheumatism
can lJe cured so that you can be
your own good self again?
It has been done not only once,
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(10-tf) Milan, Ind. .
ADDING MACHINE BOLLS CHEAP
We have in atock 4ot the conven-?
ience'of usersrof adding machines, a
biff -stock of paper rolls. IptM Tolfe.
are made of the best bonpaper and
art abaolutely freatrBllit. xt
PIGGLY WIGGLY was planned and founded on permanency.
Permanence and Success are dependent upon the confidence of
the Genefarpublic. anckthat confidence cannot be won through mis-.
representation. " - .
PIGGLY WIGGLY has stood the test of time and the test of "
the most rigid and thorough investigations. .
PIGGLY WIGGLY has succeeded because it is an Economic
advance and because it meets the'eiemands and satisfies the desires
of the American Housewives. , :i
"5el Monte Sliced Peaches, No. A A
' 2,. 34c, No. 2, 26X5, No. 1.. .. . JJ(J
Del Monte Apricots, No. 2, 34c, Hf
No. 2, 26c, No. 1.. ."T luC
Del Monte Apple Sauce, No. 2 Oa
can. . 7 ......; v .. . 'LL
-TDel Monte Asparagus Tips, QQn
No. 1 Sauare-can. . . . . Uub
Bewley Red Pitted Cherries, QQf
No. 2 can. . . . . . "". ' v- y vJOv
Candyam Sweet Potatoes, t- 1 Ca
- No. 2 can.. .......-..'.. f OC
Sunnyside Fruit Salad, Alt
No. 2 can ... 'fb
Waterfall Selected Early June r
Peas, No;2 can. . ." luu
Hoosier Bell Full Pack Tomatoes, n
No. 3 can - lib,
Paxton Sugar Corn 4 A A
No. 2 can.. - v ; lUu
Pennant Syrup, No. -10, 5Qc, No. 5, 4 4
3ic, No. 1.. .. -: ..' lu
Campbell's Soups, " '?jL- 1fln
All Kinds ; Ub
Heintz Spaghetti in Tomato IflP
- Sauce, with Cheese:. .-. Ub
15 oz. Glass Jar Welches; Assorted 4 Q
Pure Fruit Jams. . . . ". ' I lib
Prelate Pink Salmon, Tall- can, Jf
- 123c, small size. . ..... .. .. jfR
Neptune Sardines in Oil or a
Mustard Sauce. . . . v . . . nR
White Star Sardines, in Tomato 4 j
;Sauce7 No'. L.OvaUcan. . tC
p- & G- . ' -K: v - Ca
ooap . . . . .-. . . . , . '. ... . . . . IHj
Octagon Soap, ' ' jl
Large cake, 6c, small .,-i . - . . . f2C
"Old Dutch Cleanser, " -j. - a.
anrv .:-'-': - JX
Sunbrite-Cleanser, --f- '
Arm & Hammer Soda, 10 oz. jl
Package. . . . . 4C
Post Toasties and Kellogg's'r a
Corn Flakes. . . . . . . . ... JK
Searchlight . , - -p
Matches v4 v-- r" . .. QQ
Pure Hog Lard' , f ''?-'''.. 4 1
. pound .. '..- :.y. .. . . 4C
Wisconsin FullCreani Cheese, aa -
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Brookfield Creamery Butter, j j
pound . .ifSfC
Fancy Large White Potatoes, peck, A A
15 lbs weighed . ifOC
A Full Line of Prults and Green Vegetables
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