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JRIDAY, SBPTJBMBBfl ,10,-.;1922
THE JSQURBON- NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
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because it hat demonstrated its true worth
over a long period of years.
He has sold it to thousands of satisfied custom
ers and has seen them regain their normal
health and strength by its use.
He knows that as a stomach corrective and
general tonic medicine it has no equal.
Over 30,000.000 bottles of Tanlac hare
been sold, which is still more conclusive
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DEMING PURCHASES SOUTHERN
0. D. Deming, of Mt. Olivet,
Robertson county, has bought the
Southern School Journal from R. S.
Tubank and will take charge of the
publication immediately. Mr. Eu
bank will retire from the firm, but
Miss Mattie Dalton. associated ed
itor, will continue in a literary ca
pacity. Mr. Deming has for the past seven
or eight months been connected
with the Kentucky School News at
People for Whom the Best Is None
Are always the most enthusiastic
concerning the excellence of our
Dry Cleaning and
We have one of the most efficient
in the country. Furs transformed
into the mode very quickly. Men's
and women's garments altered in
any way desired.
"We dye fur skins and remodel them
in any way.
We tailor make men's or ladies'
suits, $50.00 up. latest styles.
We pay $2.50 railroad fare on every
custom-made suit ordered from us.
Send goods parcel post. We have
THE TEASDALE CO.
625-627 Walnut Street,
Frankfort and was formerly a
teacher in Campbell county. Pre
viously Mr. Deming was connected
with a western newspaper.
The Southern School Journal un
der the new management will co
operate with the State department
of education for the betterment of
PUT STOMACH IN
ORDER AT ONCE
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You never feel the slightest distress
(The Business Review)
From Kentucky, where the prin
cipal crop is tobacco, we get a very
The principal item of interest
just at this time is that the Burley
Tobacco Growers' Co-operative As
sociation has just made a sale of
about 54 million pounds of tobacco
to one of the large manufacturers.
This is said to bevthe largest sale
to a single firm in the history of
the industry. It is understood that
this practically cleans up the hold
ings of the Association and leaves it
in splendid shape to handle the on
coming crop. This sale will bring
the time of the final payment to the
growers for the 1921 crop much
nearer and this no doubt will
strengthen the agricultural situa
tion in this territory materially as
well as to offer some stimulus to
business in other lines. Informa
tion regarding the prices obtained
for the tobacco included in the sale
has not been given out, but it is
stated that it was sold on the basis
of the Association grades and prices,
so the prices, no doubt, will be
found to be satisfactory.
The Burley crop of 1922 is go
ing to be smaller than anticipated
earlier in the season because of the
dry summer, and on that account,
the coming crop no doubt will
bring favorable prices.
The Burley Association now has
approximately 70 thousand mem
bers as compared to about 55 thous
and last year, showing that a large
number of additional members have
been obtained this year. The sale
of the tobacco held by the Associa
tion will, no doubt, mean that other
growers will be encouraged to be
come members. The organization
drive for a similar association in
the dark district of Western Ken
tucky will be continued until Octo
ber 28, and there does not seem to
be any doubt but that more than
the required sign-up will be " ob
tained by that date.
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woman can dye or tint her old
worn, faded things new. Even if
she has never dyed before, she can
put a rich, fadeless color into
shabby skirts, dresses, waists, coats,
stockings, sweaters, coverings, dra
peries, hangings, everything. Buy
Diamond Dyes no other kind then
perfect home dyeing is guaranteed.
Just tell your druggist whether the
material you wish to dye is wool or
from indigestion or a sour, acid, ;siik, or whether it is linen, cotton,
gassy stomach, after you eat a tab
let of 'Tape's Diapepsin." The mo
ment it reaches the stomach all
sourness, flatulence, heartburn,
gases, palpitation and pain disap
pear. Druggists guarantee each;
pacKage to correct . digestion
or mixed goods. Diamond Dyes
never streak, spot, fade or run.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME
once. End your stomach trouble
for few cents.
Woman ?nd "Art.".
The average person's idea of art,"
says Welmer, "is a woman with o
clothes on." But the first artful wom
an put clothes on herself. -VlrglmU
Now is the best time to select
at Christmas and greeting cards while
all the lines are complete. We have
the finest line of samples to be had
and will be glad to show them to
you. Come in now.
THE BOURBON NEWS JOB DETAINMENT.
When they look at men who are
said xo have "horse sense," horses
frequently give up all hope.
Aif vriii atfinncf
HOUSANDS of people keep 'on the food that enriches the blood, and
trvin2. vear after vear, to build v builds sound, healthy bodies.
health from food that has been robbed
of certain elements required for per- Grape-Nuts is made from whole
feet nutrition. . wheat flour and malted barley baked
, for 20 hours, which develops the nat-
If your food doesn't contain the uraj rjcnness 0f the grains and makes
mineral properties that go to build up or . digestibility.
Tipr-vf. tnnth and bone structure, there
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is no other means by which you can get
these vital elements.
This is one reason why so many
well-informed people eat Grape-Nuts
And Grape-Nuts is perfectly deli
ciousserved with milk or cream, or
made into an appetizing pudding for
Get a package of Grape-Nuts from your grocer
today, and give the family a help to health.
the Body Builder
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Postum Cereal Co. , Inc.
Battle Creek. Mich.
QWD 0NTONI MmXATHKAL
T Lesson f
(By RBV. P. M. F1TZWATXH, 1. D
TMcher of SnjrUak Bible la Uw Mo4y
Blbl .InatituU -of Chic.)
Copyright, lfil. Wtern Nw9vr TJal.m.
LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 12
JESUS THE GREAT TEACHER
LESSON TEXT Luk 8:20-4.
GOLDEN TBXT-As ye wouUUh&t wen
should dp to you, do y also to them
likewise. Luke 6:31.
REFERENCE MATERIAL-Matt Sil
ls; John 3:2; $M; 7:46; Col. 2:3.
PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus Teachinr Us
to Love Everybody.
JUNIOR TOPIC-LlvinV by tho Golden
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC
e G010 'Rule in Everyday .Life.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
-Jesus Teaching Us How to Live To
gether. I. Characterises of the 8ubJtcU
of the Kingdom (vv. 20-26).
Only those rho are subjects of the
Kingdom kn,ow what blessedness is.
The spiritual experience of the sub
jects of the Kingdom are marked by
the following steps:
1. Poverty of Spirit (v. 20). This
means consciousness of one's lost con
dition and worthlessness. It is spir
itual bankruptcy. It means to come
to the end of self and to show sorrow
2. Hunger for Righteousness (v. 21).
The one who has come to know his
poverty desires the true righteousness
3. Weeping Because of His Lack (v.
21). This is the godly sorrow which
worketh repentance (II Cor. 7:10).
Those who thus sorrow are assured
that they shall laugh.
4. Treatment Which the Subjects
of the Kingdom May Expect (vv. 22,
23). When the subjects of the King
dom become like the King they incite
the hatred, 'contempt and persecution
of the world. Those who pass through
this for Christ's sake should rejoice,
for there is great reward laid up for
II. The Governing Principles of the
Kingdom (vv. 27-38).
1. Love Your Enemies (v. 27). To
love friends is easy, but to love en
emies is only possible to those who
have been made partakers -of the di
2. Do Good to Those Who Hate
You (v. 27). Love actjs according to
its own nature. Enmity only stimu
lates love to act in harmony with its
3. Bless Them That Curse You (v.
28). Injury by words is hard to let
4. Pray for Them Which Despite
fully Use You(v. 28). Christ's own
example is the best commentary on
this precept (Luke 23:24; cf. Acts
5. Patiently Endure Wrong and In
jury (v. 29). The Christian is not to
bristle up in defense of his rights, Mit
rather to suffer insult, injury and even
loss. This should not be pressed so
far that evildoers can go unchecked.
It expresses the law which should gov
ern individual action.
6. Give to Every One That Asketh
(v. 30). This does not necessarily
mean that the thing asked for should
be given. We should give to every
one that asketh, but not necessarily
the thing asked for.
7. Do as Tou Wish to Be Done By
(v. 31). This Is called the Golden
Rule." If men were to live by this
rule the labor problem would be
solved. An end Twoutd be j?ut to war.
International relations would be peace
fully adjusted and all profiteering in
business would end.
8. .Be .Merciful (r. 38). The mercy
of the Heavenly Father ia the grand
'9. Ceosorious Judgment Condemned
(v. 37). We should not seek' out the
evil In others for our satisfaction.
10. Danger of Following False Teach
ers (v. 39). The one who does not
know God and the way to heaven will
lead others to ruin. Happily, we have
the Scriptures, and the Holy Spirit is
ready to make their meaning known,
so there is no excuse.
11. Those Who Reprove Others
Should Strive to Live Blameless Lives
(vv. 31-46). It Is easy to see others'
faults, but hard to see our own.
12. The Sin of Profession Without
Fruits (v. 46). The one who professes
a life and fellowship with God should
practice the principles which reveal
the nature of God.
III. The Judgment to Be Applied
to the Subjects of the Kingdom (vv.
1. The one who hears and does the
sayings of Christ the King shall be as
secure as the house built upon the
solid rock. The storms of the judg
ment cannot destroy him, for the Rock
of Ages is immovable.
2. The one who hears and does not
the sayings of Christ shall be over
whelmed in the judgment and go down
to utter ruin and destruction.
The Dangerous Lie.
Every lie, great or small, is the
brink of a precipice, the depth of
which nothing but omniscience can
fathom. C. Reade.
A timid person is frightened before
a danger; a coward during the time;
and a courageous person afterward.
A Christian is God Almighty's fSb
tleman.--J.C. Hare- (
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