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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1922
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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
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A Spoonful
of Purity
One uses so little baking
powder in comparison
with the other materials
used in baking that it al
ways pays to use the best
For making the finest and
most wholesome food there is
no substitute for ROYAL
Baking Powder. It is made
from Cream of Tartar de
rived from grapes and is ab
solutely pure.
Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
PWTOirff
SHOPMEN AND OPHCIALS STILL BOONE BLOCK PEESENTED TO
DISAGREE
Striking Louisville & Nashville
railroad shopmen are willing to
"make any sacrifice within reason
that may he necessary" to termin
ate the strike, S. E. Roper, chair
man of the Louisville & Nashville
system of federation No. 91, said in
a statement at the conclusion of a
week's conference of former rail
road employes. The statement reads
in part: "It is not understood gen
erally that more than than 13,000
of the 15,570 who were working
for the company July 1 have not
yet returned to their work, owing
to it heing impossible to get any
sort of a compromise or even to dis
cuss the matter with road officials."
Officials of the L. & N. have main
tained steadfastly that there was no
strike on that road and recently
completed negotiations covering
working conditions and wages with
an organization composed of workers
who replaced the striking shopmen.
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USEES OF ADDING MACHINES
HISTOBICAL SOCIETY
A beech block, on which is carved
D. Boone, 1776," which was cut
jfrom a tree on a hill top one mile
southeast of Salyersville in 1894 by
the Rev. Billy Willis, -was turned
J over to the Kentucky State Histo
rical Society by S. S. Elam, Frank
fort, editor of the Kentucky School
News.
The block has been owned by Mr.
jElam since 1910, at which time he
IJUlCUttBCU 1L iXUIU mi. VV1111S WHO
was then moving to Washington,
D. C.
During recent years it has been
on exhibit at the Carnegie Library,
Lexington, and at the University of
Kentucky Library.
For your convenience we are now
carrying a stock of the best adding
machine rolls and can supply you
with one or a dozen at a time. This
1b a fine linen bond paper and abso
lutely lintless.
THE BOURBON NEWS.
RHEUMATISM
Do you know that rheumatism
can be cured so that you can be
your own good self again?
It has been done not only once,
but in almost every case by nature's
preat Remedy, Radio-Active Miwo
gco Mineral Water Baths at our
Sanitarium.
Moderate Rates. Write for litera
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I We Handle All Kinds of
I Electrical Novelties
Electric Washing Machines, Irons, Toasters,
Broilers, Chafing Dishes, Electroliers, All
Kinds of Bulbs, Etc.
Gas Heaters
All Sizes and Prices. Gas 'Logs and Grates
That "are Very Practical and Ornamental.'
T. W. SPICER
MAIN STREET OPP. COURT HOUSE t
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PERSONALS
RENT FREE
You can save your rent if you buy from us
SORGHUM
Just opened a barrel of country sorghum.
While it lasts, per gal 95c
OYSTERS
McGee & Co. Oysters, the best. Buy our oysters
and save the difference. Soup Oysters, qt 60c
Frying Oysters, per quart -5c
SOAP
P. & G. Soap '. 5c
Palm Olive Soap. c 7 1-2c
BEANS
Lima Beans, per pound 1 :2c
Kidney Beans, per pound 1 Oc
Split Pinto Beans, per pound 7c
DarkPinto Beans, per pound 5c
Potatoes, per peck. . . 25c
Cabbage, per pound 4c
Onions, per pound 4c
Cranberries, per pound 1 5c
New Cocoanuts, each 1 0c
Try Our Health Bread, Something
New. You'll Like It.
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PARIS BAKING CO.
I. L. GLASS, Manager
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Mrs. Jasper OfEutt is very ill at
her home on the Lexington pike,
near Paris.
Mrs. A. J. Fee is visitng her
sister, Mrs. Jessie Sun, in Lexing
ton this week.
Miss Agnes Campbell has re
turned after a visit to friends and
relatives in Cincnnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodford Spears
were recent guests of Miss Jennie
Lackey, at Lancaster.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fergu
son have moved from Scott county
to Bourbon county to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Letton spent
the week-end at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Chenault, in Ver
sailles. Mrs. Varden Shipp and Mrs.
Paul Shipp have returned from Na
visit to Miss Lena Benton, at
Frankfort.
Charles Stolworthy has return
ed to his home in Pueblo, Colo., af
ter a visit to relatives in this city
and county.
Mrs. B. B. Marsh has returned
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Dill "Wheat and family, near Ft.
Thomas, Ky.
Mrs. J. A. Violett continues se
riously ill at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. L. M. True, on Six
teenth street. t
Mrs. Mary Templeman who has
been nursing Mrs. Mary Stipp dur
ing her illness, has returned to her
home in Richmond.
Mrs. Howard Carpenter, of
Chicago, is visiting her brothers,
Thomas and Steele Marsh, and other
relatives in this county.
" Miss Margaret Saunier has re
turned to her home in Lexington
after a visit to Miss Margaret
Doyle, on South Main street.
Mrs. Cassius M. Clay and son,
John Harris Clay, were guests this
week of Mrs. Clay's sister, Mrs.
Samuel Stone, in Louisville.
Mrs. Ernest Martin has re
turned from a visit to Mrs. JiT.
Bonta, in Danville and to friends
and relatives in Cincinnati.
Mrs. Louis Mussinon will re
side in Paris until she gets posses
sion of her ..new home, "Locust'
View," on the Lexington road.
Mrs. Don Schlosser has return
ed to her home in Columbus, Ohio,
after a three-weeks' visit to her
mother, Mrs. Mayme Parker, in
this city.
Mrs. Alex Duke and daugh
ters, Mrs. James Woodford, of
Paris, and Mrs. Merideth Gray, of
Lexington, are spending the week
in Cincinnati.
Jamos McDonald and "Col."
Joseph Hedges, of the Confederate
TTnmp nt Pfiwefi Vallev. are SDend-
ing the week with relatives in this j
city and county.
Mr. and Mi's. Roy Clendenin
have returned irom their wedding
trip, and are occupying their new
home at the corner of Higgins ave
nue and Seventh street. ,
Dan Owens, stone mason, who
served in the Union ranks during
the Civil War, has gone to the
I Soldiers' Home at Dayton, Ohio, to
remain during the winter.
Miss Elizabeth Clark, instruc
tor in the Falmouth High School,
was a guest several days this week
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Clark, on South High street.
Louisville Courier - Journal:
"Dr. Louis Frank and Mrs. Frank
and Miss Caroline Frank have sold
their home on Fourth street and
will be at the Seelbach for the win
ter." Mrs. Octavia Delaney was hos
tess to the members of the Friend
ship Bible Class of the Methodist
church, at her home on the Win
chester road, near Paris, at 2:30
o'clock, Wednesday afternoon.
Dr. and Mrs. Gamier have tait
en rooms with Miss Lillie Williams
at heivhome on Pleasant street. Dr.
and Mrs. Gaither recently moved to
Paris from Hopkinsville, Dr. Gaith
er taking a position as pharmacist
at the Roche Drug Store.
Mrs. Wm. O. Hinton, Mrs.
Wm. W. Hinton, Mrs. Joe James,
Mrs. J. W. Patterson and Miss Hat
tie Clarke were in Cynthiana, Wed
nesday, attending the State meet-
Ling ot tne womans. missionary
Union of the Baptist church.
Mrs. Lee Woodward and Mrs.
M. H. Kinser, of Dayton, Ohio, and
Mr. and Mrs'. Walter Whittaker, of
Winchester, whose guests they have
been for several days, motored to
Paris Monday and spent the day as
guests of Mrs. Thomas Hubbard.
Misses Grace Hargis, Amanda
and Bessie Cockrell had as dinner
guests recently at their home on
the Cynthiana road, near Paris,
Mrs. Harry Mil ward, Mrs. M. M.
Miller, and Miss Mary Miller, of
Lexington, and Mrs. J. H. Harris,
of Mt. Vernon, Mo.
The following from Paris at
tended the Shriners' reception to
Imperial Potentate McCandless and
Mrs. McCandless, at Lexington,
Tuesday: Mr. and Mrs. Harry O.
James, Judge Charles A. McMillan,
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Sandusky, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas A. McDonald, Mr.
.and Mrs. John Merrinerer and Mrs.
Ben Parker.
Miss Katie Kane entertained
at her home on South Main street
with cards. The home was beau
tifully decorated with Hallowe'en
colors of yellow and black.v At the
conclusion of the games delightful
refreshments were served. About
thirty-five guests participated in
the pleasures of the evening.
(Other Pergonals on Pagt )..
WORKS FOR CHILD
MUST KEEP WELL
Mothers in a Like Situation
Should Read This Letter
from Mrs. Enrico
Chicago. Illinois. ' T tnnt T.T71i W
Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound for a
serious troume. l
had tried doctors and
all said the same an
operation. At first I
only felt the pain on
my left side,butlater
I seemed to feel it on
both sides. I am a
power sewing-machine
operator and
have a little girl to
support. 1 work m a
tailor shop and that
line of work has been
very slack this year and I am home part
of the time. I do not like to take any
chances, so I consulted my friends, and
one lady said, 'Take Lydia Pinkham's
medicine, ' so I did. I have felt better
right along and am in good enough health
to go to work. I recommend your Veg
etable Compound and Sanative Wash to
all." Mrs. Mary Enrico, 459 N. Car
penter St., Chicago, Illinois.
Often the mother is obliged to support
her children, and good health is neces
sary. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound is just the medicine you can
depend upon. It is a medicine for wo
men's ailments and the relief it brought
Mrs. Enrico it may bring to you. Keep
well by taking Lydia E. Einkham's Veg
etable Compound.
L. & N. PURCHASES 3,000 NEW
CABS
President Wible Mapother, of the
Louisville & Nashville railroad, has
authorized the purchase of 3,000
cars for the road at a cost of $5,
750,000. This great increase in the road's
equipment is in addition to the
$20,000,000 that is being expended
as already announced.
Of the 3,000 cars 2,000 are coal
c$i s, the other box cars.
The additions to the equipment
were deemed necessary to care for
the constantly increasing volume
of freight on the L. & N. The cars
will be delivered in the early part of
1923. They will add greatly to the
facilities of the L. & N. and will be
especially usetui in moving coai
from the Eastern Kentucky fields.
The purchases are in line with the
policy of the L. & N. to serve its
patrons and territory in the best
possible way. . , : W1
STEADFAST
CONFIDENCE
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We invite
Your Account.
Earning money and not having a pass bcok is like
building a house and not putting a roof on it. Money in
the bankjnakes a shelter for you and your family when the
"rainy day" comes. If you have no bank account START
one. If you have a bank account strive to INCREASE the
BALANCE of your credit as much as you can while you
can. We will welcome your account.
Peoples Deposit Bank & Trust
Company
The Following Statement Should
Form Conclusive Proof of
Merit to Every Paris
Reader
Place Your Orders Early For
Fall Planting!
Choice Ornamental Trees
Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Fruit
and Perennials
h'i jl
Bourbon Nurseries
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Could stronger proof of the merit
of any remedy he desired than the'
statements of grateful endorsers
who say their confidence has been
undiminished by lapse of time?
These are the kind of statements
that are appearing constantly in
your local papers for Doan's Kid
ney Pills. They are twice-told and
confirmed, with new enthusiasm.
Can any reader doubt the follow
ing? It's from a Paris resident:
Phillip M. Heller, proprietor
meat market, 314 Second street,
says: "I have used Doan's Kidney
Pills a few times in the .past and
have been greatly benefited by them.
My back was lame and my kidneys
acted too frequently, causing me to
get up during the night. A box of
Doan's Kidney Pills, which I got at
Varden & Son's Drug Store gave me
fine relief. I certainly think
Dqan's are v.a splendid remedy and
gladly recommend them to anyone."
(Statement given November 9,
1916.)
On November 12, 1920. Mr. Hel
ler said: "I am glad to say the
cure Doan's Kidney Pills made for
me' has been lasting. I gladly con
firm my former statement."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Heller had. Foster-Mil-
burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
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Add an "S," Mr. Keeper.
"A chiel among xus" while visiting
the zoo at Franklin park the other
day criticized one of the placards,
which began: "This specie of os
trich." We had to admit that it was
not up to Boston's usual grammatical
standard. Boston Transcript.
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It is now claimed that music is a
cure for insanity. But it has also
been used to drive folks crazy.
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