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Special Sale on All Stoves
Have Yours Put Up Now. The Radiant Home Heater,
New Process and the Famous Hot Blast Heaters
CHAS. GREENE, Manager
Opposite Court House
IF SICK, TAKnCASCAREB"
Clean Your'Bowels ! End Headache, Biliousness, Colds,
Dizziness, Sour, Gassy Stomach
To clean out your bowels without
cramping or overaction, take Cas
carets! You want to feel fine, to be
quickly, free from sick headache,
dizziness, billiousness, colds, bad
"breath, a sour, acid, gassy stomach,
One or two Cascarets, anytime,
will start the bowels acting. When
taken at night, the bowels work
wonderfully in the morning.
Cascarets never sicken or incon
venience you next day like pills,
calomel, salts or oil.
Children love Cascarets, too. 10
cent boxes, also 25 and 50 cent sizes.
Any drugstore. (adv-F)
1CAXCEL SAYS BOBBED HATH IS MULE TOLLED BUT EIDER AND
DOOMED NOW SUCxAfi SAV.EU
According to M. Marcel, pioneer
of the Marcel wave, the death knell
of bobbed hair has been sounded.
At the hair-dressers' -exhibition,
just opened in London, many vari
ants of the style which will super
cede the "bob" during the coming
season are"" shown.
Chief among these is the old
fashioned coiffure popular in the
eighties, the hair being parted in
the center, combed down very
smoothly and finished with a clus
ter of curls each side, completely
hiding the ears.
Silken wigs are the latest fash
ion craze shown, blue and green
colors seeming to be the most popular.
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WON DISEASE REMEDIES
(Hunt's Salve and Soap),fail in
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VAJtDEN 4 SON,
Riding a mule and carrying a
sack of sugar, Fred Salmons was
crossing the track at Crum, near
Louisa. Ky., when struck by a
freight train. He landed on the
cow-catcher and when the train
could be brought to a stop it was
found that he was not injured and
the sack of sugar had not been
broken. The mule was ground to
pieces, but Salmons' missing hat was
found on one of the hoofs near the
track, and had not been damaged.
KANSAS WRATHY AGAINST KU
Legal proceedings which may
make it unlawful for any person in
Kansas to be a member of the Ku
Klux Klan were forecast in the an
nouncement by Governor Henry J.
Allen that he had been assured by
the State Attorney General's office
that ouster proceedings against the
Klan would be filed in the State
It was thought at the State
House that the suit probably would
be begun at once, as it was an
nounced all papers have been pre
pared. The suit against the Klan will be
brought on the ground that the or
ganization is a Georgia corporation
not registered to do business in
Kansas. The suit may further re
sult in attempts to remove from
office all county and State law en
forcement officers known to be
members of the Klan, it was said.
ANNUAL COLONEL CROP
McDonald's Farmers' Almanac for
1923 (26th Edition.) The best Al
manac we have ever published.
Contains more astrological and ag
ricultural information. Price, 20
ATLAS PRINTING CO.,
Binghamton, New York, Dept. 5F.
Why Lobsters Turn Red.
The rough armored jackets of crabs
and lobsters are really red in color,
but they are darkened by consider
able quantities of black pigment
When they are placed in boiling water
the pigment Is dissolved and the red
color shows up.
THE TTN VSCERS AL CAR
Lowest F. O. B. Prices in the
History of the Company
Runabout, regular $269.00
Touring, regular . ,. $298.00
Truck Chassis ;:. :c.:f .;!?.:.: ..?..... $360.00
Two-Door Sedan $595.00
P. O. B. Detroit:
Starter remains $70.00; Demountables $25.00, when sup
plied on open types. Closed types are priced with
Starter and Demountables.
So Easy To Drop Cigarette, Cigar or
No-To-Bac has helped thousands
to break the habit. Whenever you
have a longing for a smoke or chew,
just place a harmless No-To-Bac
tablet in your mouth instead. All
desire stops. Shortly the habit is
completely broken, and you are bet
ter off mentally, physically, finan
cially. It's so easy, so simple. Get
a box of No-To-Bac and if it doesn't
release you from all craving for to
bacco in any form, your druggist
will refund your money without
PASSING OF THE AUCTIONS
A report of sales of tobacco over
loose leaf market floors for the
market years of 1920 and 1921 is
illuminating, in that ,it shows
clearly what the co-operative mar
keting system has done to the auc
tions. In a report sent out by Di
rector of Warehouses Ralph M. Bar
ker to the tobacco trade generally.
it is shown that tobacco sales at
auction' dropped from 297,000,000
pounds in 1920 to 57,000.000
pounds in 1921, the first year of the
co-operative, or a loss to the auc
tions of more than 80 per cent.
These figures, of course, are bas
ed on the growers who sold through
the association in 1921. When one
reflects that since the crop of 1921
was sold 16,000 additional growers
have come into the association, he
may get some idea of the probable
loss to the auction system this year
compared with 1920 or even with
A speaker for the Burley Associ
ation a few days ago predicted that
ten years from now. if the words
"loose leaf warehouse" are men
tioned in the hearing of a farm
child, he will ask: "Why, what was
a loose leaf warehouse?" The In
terior Journal believes that is not
Much fun is poked at "Kentucky
Colonels" and they have furnished
the inspirations for many a misap
plied, but the ordinary Kentuckian
does not resent or seriously object
to being dubbed "Colonel." Many
of them like it.
Some few of the Colonels acquir
ed the rank in military service and
others had it conferred upon, them
by being appointed on the Gover
nor's staff, but the most of them
wear the title only through cour
tesy. For some unaccountable rea
son an auctioneer is accorded the
prefix of colonel and the political
boss is addressed as colonel by his
underlings. Strangers have noticed
that the most reticent Kentuckian is
apt to warm up and respond when
addressed as "Colonel" and this in
a way may account for freedom
with which the title is applied.
Before the passing of the mint
julep and old-fashioned toddy, the
punsters with constant reiteration
made it appear that a "Kentucky
Colonel" acquired the title because
he was a good judge of whisky, but
this was a gross libel on many
bone-dry "Colonels." The errone
ous impression gave rise to the old
couplet: "Kentucky is full of colo
nels and the colonels full of corn."
Tennessee has a preponderence of
generals due to the fact that every
public . prosecutor acquires and re
tains the title. - In Virginia, the
majors are said to predominate,
but in Kentucky it is safe to use
DON'T PUT IT OFF
Our line of Christmas Greeting
cards is complete. You can make
your selection now and not be dis
appointed. If you wait until later
the one you want may be sold out.
Come in, we will be glad to show
them. See window display.
THE BOURBON NEWS JOB DEPARTMENT.
The Louisville Home Telephone Company now serves
26,000 subscribers and finds it necessary to spend one
million dollars during the next year, increasing their fa
cilities to take care of future growth of the Louisville
We render the same Central Energy service under the
same management at Paris.
Paris Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.
LEVY The Dry Cleaner
IS EQUIPPED TO DO THE RIGHT KIND
OF DRY CLEANING
Why is it many a man will let
any person except his wife mention
some of his faults?
We Handle All Kinds of
Electric Washing Machines, Irons, Toasters,
Broilers, Chafing Dishes, Electroliers, All
Kinds of Bulbs, Etc.
All Sizes and Prices. Gas Logs and Grates
That are Very Practical and Ornamental.
T. W. SPICER
OPP. COURT HOUSE
HUNGARY'S URST PRESIDENT
EXILE IN KENTUCKY
John Hock, first president of
the national council which took
over the reins of government tem
porarily when the dynasty was
scrapped, paid a visit to compatriots
who have established a co-operative
mining enterprise at Himler
ville, Martin county, Kentucky.
Hock is in exile, as the result of the
urpising following the birth of the
republic, and the ascendancy of
the Bolshevists. His wealth was
confiscated and he and his friends
fled to America.
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JLVERY mother interested in her children's welfare meets a
problem in the proper feeding of her boys and girls.
Parents often do not realize the .evil effects of mal-nutrition;
and that care in the selection of food will avoid a large percen
tage of children's ills.
One of the best of all foods for providing proper nourishment
for growing boys and girls is Grape-Nuts made of whole wheat
flour and malted barley, and scientifically baked for twenty hours.
This long baking brings out a delicious flavor, makes the food
easy to digest without fermentation. Grape-Nuts with milk or
cream is a complete food.
Here is a suggestion for better health: Serve Grape-Nuts as
often as the folks wish it.
"There? s a Reason"
1 Most peraons prefer to consult
the doctor who has the least time to
Sold by Grocers Everywhere!
Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle, Creek, Mich.
'give to them.