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en package or on tablets you are package, which contains proper di
not getting the genuine Bayer prb rections. Handy boxes of twelve
dnct prescribed by physicians over tablets cost few cents. Druggists
twenty-two years and proved safe I also sell bottles of 24 and 100.
by millions for colds, headache, Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer
earache, neuralgia, lumbago, rheu- Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester
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GOVERNMENT WANTS ttet.p
According to a bulletin sent out
by the United States Civil Service
Commission, there is a grat scarc
ity of stenographers and typists,
with ability to take care of Govern
ment work. Information relative
to the examination required of ap
plicants for these positions may be
secured at the local postoffice.
Over $5,000 in Prizes
FATAND FEE DING CATTLE
SHOW AND SALE
Bourbon Stock Yards
November 23 and 24 1922
30 carloads of choice Kentucky
and Tennessee fat steers.
25 carloads of Prime BabyBeeves
fed by the Boys' and Girls' Clubs
will compete in the Junior Agri
cultural Club Exhibit.
Liberal prizes will bring many
carloads of fancy feeders.
25 Registered Hereford, Short
horn and Angus bulls will be of
fered from Kentucky's leading
BOURBON STOCK YARDS CO.
Educational and Interesting.
PARIS THINKS FORD IS SEVER
EST OF DESPOTS
"American kings of industry are
more powerful than European po
tentates," concludes Eclair, Paris,
France, newspaper, commenting on
a recent order by Henry Ford to
his 70,000 employes about drinking.
"Never," says Eclair, "did any
despot, with the divine powers of
a hereditary monarch, show the
authority of this democratic sov
ereign of the American republic."
TWO FISH AT ONCE
"Two birds with one stone," is a
common expression, but two fish at
one strike, is the story which Joe
Searcy, rural mail carrier, is relat
ing on his return from a fishing
trip on Brashears Creek, Shelby
Mr. Searcy avers that he was
fishing with two hooks, using min
nows for bait. "I got a strike,'!, he
said, "and had so much trouble
landing that I thought I had a baby
whale, but it proved that I had
hooked a two pound channel cat
and a one pound bass."
A lot of folks who hang around
Washington are trying'hard to make
Uncle Sam "A Poor Relation.
A military ace is one who can
raise the deuce with the enemy.
Two factors are likely to focus
interest in the next adoption of
textbook for Kentucky schools in
192"4. Adoption is held every five
years. One factor is the objection
recently voiced by the Sons of the
American Revolution against a cer
tain American history used in the
schools of this State which it is
speaks disparagingly of figures in
the Revolutionary "War.
An organization of the character
of the Sons of the Revolution
backed by allied organizations like
the Daughters of the Revolution
and the Colonial Dames may be ex
pected to make such a protest felt
and arouse considerable sentiment.
The next School Textbook Com
mission is destined to encounter an
other element in opposition to some
books now being used. Defeated inl
the last Legislature after a long
and bitter fight, opponents of the
theory of evolution, which they
charge was being taught in schools,
announced that they would carry
the fight before the State Textbook
Commission in the effort to prevent
the selection of textbooks alleged
to promote this theory.
With two societies going after
histories and anti-monkey origin
advocates seeking to suppress the
theory of evolution,' men charged
with the selection of school books
will be relieved of monotony in
is greatly relieved by constitutional treat
ment HALiL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
is a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal
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you have a rumbling- sound or imperfect
hearing-, and when it is entirely elbsed.
Deafness is the result. Unless the in
flammation can be reduced, your hearing
mav be destroyed forever. HALL'S
CATARRH MEDICINE acts through the
blood on the mucous surfaces of the sys
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assisting- Nature in restoring normal con
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People wUohave suffered until
theyx have become., discouraged and
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the experienca of Miss Ida Harloff,
1823 Ch,ase street, Toledo, O., who
declares: "I have" gained twenty
five pounds by taking Tanlac and 'am
as strong, well and happy as if I
had never been sick a day.
"I had suffered from indigestion
and poor circulation for a year or
more and when my father started
me on Tanlac I scarcely had
strength to put one foot in front of
the other. I was so thin and frail
the folks at home were all uneasy
about my health and, to tell the
truth, I was scared nearly out of
my wits, for I thought I would
never get well.
"But since taking Tanlac my
nerves are normal, my stomach in
fine condition, and my health as
good as I could ask it to be. Tan
lac has my highest praise."
Tanlac is sold by all good drug
THE PAL'S GEEETING
USEES OF ADDING MACHINES
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
Is a fine linen bond paper and abso
THE BOURBON NEWS,
We notice some fellows are get
ting humpbacked from walking in
and out of cellar doors.
Aunt Mary tells her side of the story of
the trip to Cincinnati:
Henry, he thinks he's pretty smart telling you all about how I forgot to
pack those things in the grip. All the time I kept asking him if there was
anything else he could think of to put in and he said there wasn't a thing
he could think of. I know he was so excited about our trip he couldn't think
of anything. Ain't that just like, a man to blame me for leaving out his
things? Seems like a woman has to do all the remembering for the whole
family. Well it's all over and we laughed it off but it does make me spunky'
to get faulted for something I never did.
Well, we went to Mabley's and bought the things that Henry had for
got to tell me to put in the grip and had them sehfover to the hotel and then
a nice girl told us about the new children's department on -the top floor. I
could see that Henry wanted to get out-doors and go looking at buildings
and things -but I never could see the sense of star-gazing at a lot of bricks
and stuff, when there's so many pretty things to look at. But I must say
that he was very nice about it to go along with me. Maybe he thought we
might meet up with some more old friends around there. I had a suspicion
once that he was interested in some of the good looking girls but then I know
that Henry is a deacon and besides tha't he knows better.
Well, we went up to Mabley's children's store and there was the most
wonderful sight I ever beheld. A big store room just for boys and girls things.
The nicest kind of young men and girls showed us around and I had the be'st
4 time looking and pricing.
'$ I bought a new coat for little Mary -and a suit for little Henry and warm
? sweaters for each of the other children.
After a while I thought we ought to get something for the big boys
so we asked the j-oung man what he thought about it and he said why not
take each one of .them a nice new hat. So we went down to the hat depart
ment and met a' nice boy from West Ohio who took a lot of pains to show
us all the hats. He wanted to know all about the boys and how big they were
and what size they wore. We were stumped for a minute until I remembered
that each of those boys was as tall as their father and mostly wore the same
size of hats and shoes as Henry. Now you see how a woman has to do all
the remembering. A man just can't think in a hurry like that.
So we bought a nice hat for each of the boys and started on out when
Henry said : "Mother, why not get the boys a nice pair of shoes ?" We went
over to the .shoe department and bought the nicest shoes I ever saw I know
the boys will be tickled.
By this time, we were both getting tired and I know that Henry was
hungry men always are. And so we went right next door in Mabley's
Annex and had the nicest meal I ever ate outside my own house. Of course
I don't stand back for any cook in our County or anywhere else for all that.
Henry, he wanted to smoke so we went over and sat down 'on a bench
and he filled his pipe with Burley and we sat and talked.
Then)(we went to the Zoo and maybe Henry will tell you about that some
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What is so good, when the day is
When life is a gloom, and your
heart is a-weary,
To suddenly hear ringing out loud
"Good Morning, Old Pal."
Things will go wrong, and some job
you are doing
Will bust;- and the dream that your
heart is pursuing '
Will break; but you suddenly stop
all your rueing
At "Hello, Old Pal."
Life would be futile and barren
If out of the kingdom of love's
ne'er were spoken
The word that is friendship's best
symbol and token:
"God Bless You, Old Pal."
Thang God for the pals who are
Who just at the moment our sad
hearts are fretting,
Put an end to our gloom and our
With "Cheer Up, Old Pal."
Some" day when the heart turns for
ever to dreaming,
And over our eyes Heaven's glory
How good it will be mid the stars'
To hear "Welcome, Old Pal."
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In the town of Normal, a small
suburb of Lincoln, Neb., is what is
thought "to be the smallest bank in
the country. It was organized
three years ago, with a capital of
$15,000. A small frame structure,
only 16x20 feet, it represents a
total amount of resources wliich
might easily be the e,nvy of a much
larger banking house, for its stock
holders are conservatively esti
mated to be worth upward of $2,-
SEARCH WITHOUT WARRANT IS
Judge A. Burgevin, in Luisville,
instructed a jury to acquit Robert
Davis, negro, who has appealed
from a fine of $100 imposed in po
lice court for unlawfully transport
ing moonshine whisky. It was
shown by the proof that Sergeant J.
P. Staley arrested the,, negro on a
street car after searching a basket
and finding the liquor. Judge Bur
gevin held the officers did not have
the right to search the basket with
out a search warrant, under a re
cent decision of the Court of Ap
peals, declaring that a man's suit
case is his personal property.
WE will counsel
you when you
need our assistance.'
We will serve you
faithfully, we are
trained in the most
modern methods of
our scientific profes
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