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FRIDAY,-JULY , -1918.
TH1 BfTJHH lMMkVJUmcKXi '"T1 , MS HUB -S- "W&( HOW THIS , NERVOUS WOMAN GOrWELL Told by Herself. Her Sin cerity Should Con vince Others. Christopher, 111. "For four yean I suffered from irregularities, weakness, nervousness, a n d was m a run down condition. Two-of our best doctors failed to do me any good. I heard so much about what Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com ix)und had done for I others, I tried it and was cured. I am no longer ner vous, am regular, and in excellent "lealth. I believe the Compound will cure any female trouble." Mrs. ALICE Hft.t.er, Christopher, 111. Nervousness is often a symptom of weakness or some functional derange ment, which may be overcome by this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, as thousands of women have found by experience. If complications exist, write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for suggestions in regard to your ailment. The result of its long experience is at your service. BUSINESS MEN HARVEST POTA TOES IN TEXAS. The potato crop of Houston and Wharton counties, Texas, has been saved through the aid of the business men in local towns. When it was realized that the potato crop would be lost unless the farmers received help, the State Extension Director, co-operating with the farm-help specialist of the Department of Agri culture, explained the situation to the business men, who closed their offices and stores, went to the farms and worked with the potato growers in harvesting their crop. Such co operation is meaning much, not only for the increasing of the food supply of the Nation, but is breaking down the barrier that in many cases has existed between town and country, according to the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Business men and farmers are working hand in hand to secure an adequate food supply and to further the Nation's great cause. Other communities are planning to follow the example in these Texas counties. m j-j REPORTS ON MANUFACTURED DAIRY PRODUCTS. Monthly reports on dairy products manufactured in. the United States are being issued by the Dairy Mar keting project of the Bureau of Mar kets, which include condensed, evap orated, and powdered piilk, butter, cheese, other manufactured dairy products and oleomargarine. These reports, taken together with the re ports of cold-storage holdings and ex ports, are of much service in making an analysis of the dairy products sit uation in the United States, such as is essential to an understanding of existing conditions and to the direc tion of efforts in production and cen servation. fe Ea fe According to the Hun method of looking at things, Emperor Karl has gone a long way toward adjusting the Austrian food shortage by decimating his army in Italy. MARGOLEN'S All Fruits Vegetable Fish and Meat are kept inside our store in separate refrigerators ev erything screened and free from dust and flies. Buy where edibles are kept in a sanitary man ner. Our service is prompt. MflRGOIiN'S Market i.im: ,-4Ji-th.4i CINCINNATI, O., July 4. Wil Jiam Hohenzollern, Berlin, Germany, Saturday at high noon, parted com pany with the only financial interest he is supposed to hold in the Cin cinnati district, when mere Americans sold at auction the lumber plant of Theodore Prancke, St. Bernard and Hamburg, Germany, to the Wood Mo saic Comapny, Albany, Ind., and Louisville, Ky., the property bring ing $30,100. Another choice piece of news in Cincinnati in Saturday's development was the fact that the same plant, which the money .of the Kaiser is credited with having established in the Cincinnati market, will be used to manufacture gun-stocks and the wooden parts of areoplanes for use against German soldiers and sailors. Because of the condition of the lease and the equipment of the plant the equity of the firm, which has been in the custody of Mr. 0. Edwards, for the f Government, through A. Palmer Mitchell, under the enemy alien act, was ' valued at $10,200. This wasithe report of the appraisers. When, Mr. "Ossian Edwards, of Paris, representing the Washington office with Andrew W. Bennett, of the general business department of the. Alien Property Custodian, Wash ington, mounted the block on the premises in Cincinnati, Saturday, and asked for bids, the first offer was as low as $5,000. Bids were made by the Cincinnati Wire Bound Box Com pany, the Cherry Lumber Company, Cincinnati; G. A. Roy, Lexington, Ky., Ed. R. Dunlap, St. Louis; the Kosse, Schoe & Schleyer Company, Cincinnati and Baltimore, making an offer of $30,000. Merritt Rogers, acting for the Wood Moasic Company boosted this figure $100 and walked away with the property. Albert Heidt and Alex Schmidt, at torneys and aliens, who have been re presenting Theodore Francke, were witnesses to Saturday's disposition of the plant. The (iovernment will keep a complete record of the sale so that the parties at interest will have knowledge of the treatment accorded their holdings. More than 1,000,000 feet of hard wood lumber is stored in the yards of the Hamburg firm, but this did not form a part of Saturday's assets. MRS. BURNS' LETTER. Here is a letter that is certain to prove of interest to people in this vi cinity, as cases of this sort occur in almost every neighborhood, and peo ple should 'know what to do in like circumstances: Savannah, Mo., Oct. 12,1916. "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and DJarnhoea Remedy about nine years ago and it cured me of, flux (dysentery.) I had another at tack of the same complaint some three or four years ago and a few doses of this remedy cured me. I have recommended Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to doz ens of people since I first used it." (adv-july) CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. These tablets are intended especi ally for stomach troubles, bilious ness and constipation. If you have any trouble of this sort, give them a trial and realize for yourself what a first class medicine will do for you. They only cost a quarter. (adv-july) HAIL TO "OUR BOYS." All hail and honor to the six lads from Kentucky who were cited for gallantry at Catitigny, Prance. To be cited for- gallantry by the gallant French is distinguished honor indeed! But it is not more than is to be expected! , Wherever the sons of Kentucky go and 'whatever may be their opportunity for service, they are backed by traditions such as will bear up their arms and cause them to reflect more glory upon their na tive State. When six Kentuckians are cited for supreme gallantry, we may be sure that hundreds of other Kentuck ians are with them shoulder to shoul der, and that those who gain citation are not alone in their glory. Oppor tunity, and perhaps a bit of advant age of temperament or initiative, are responsible for the medals, but the average Kentuckian at his post of duty will give such an account of himself as to make his more fortun ate comrade perform deeds of real valor in order to lift himself above the level of his comrades' valor. And the Bourbon county boys will soon be heard from"7 too! m 101 TRACTION COMPANY INCREASES WAGES0F EMPLOYES. The Kentucky Traction and Ter minal Company, which owns a-nd op erates the'interurban electric system, of which the line to Paris is a part, has announced that effective yester day, all the motormen and conductors employed by, the company would re ceive an increase in wages of four cents an hour. The new wage scale will affect moreT;han one hundred emnloves of the traction line, and the street car system in the city of Lex ington. Men employed on the city cars will receive twenty-four to twenty-eight cents an hour, and the men on the traction lines twenty-six to forty cents an hour, according 'to length of service. The increase is entirely vol untary on the part of the Company, and will have no bearing on the signing of a new contract by the men at the expiration of the present one. LAME SHOULDER This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles. All that is needed' is absolute rest .and a fewJ applications I guU(UiucijamB Juiiiii- m'ent. Try it. (adv-july) We have great 'confidence in Gen. Pershing:, but we protest against his .taking 4he ,time and trouble to deny. tnevrumorsnajiiermanjiarsjare cir culating 'about his military policies. PBIS HA WEGOTIATEST)ISPOS. AI OF 'AIIEN PR6PERTY 1, Mr. Samuel Layton continues quite ill at his home on South Main street. Mr. Thos. Sadler and son, Thos. are visiting relatives in Madison viller Ohio. Miss Gertrude Welsh has return ed from a visit to friends and rela tives in Shelbyville. Miss Majorie Trisler has return ed from a visit to her father, Mr. Prank Trisler, at Danville. Richmond Register: "Miss Mary Ross, of Paris, is the very attractive guest of Mrs. Neale Bennett." Miss Elizabeth Kenney left Tuesday for a visit to Rev. and Mrs. O. R. Mangum, at Henderson. Mr. William Shire, of the firm of Shire & Fithian, was a business visitor in Cincinnati, Tuesday. Mrs. John Kiser has returned from Cincinnati, where she has been a guest of her son, Dr. Avonia Kiser. Miss Mary Frances Burns, of South Main street, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brannon, in Lex ington. Miss Elise Heller has gone to New York City, where she will take up war activities work in the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Isaac Wilmott and family will leave on July 15 for Roswell, New Mexico, where they will remain for several months. Misses Anna and Katherine Wilson have as guest at their home on Mt. Airy avenue, -Miss Matilda Moore, of Shelbyville. Mrs. E. C. Slack, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hedges, at their home near this city, has returned to her home in Mason county. Mrs. R. Cavanaugh, of Newport, os a guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Cohorn, and her son, Mr. N. B. Cavanaugh, on vine street. Mrs. Buckner Woodford and two children are visiting her mother, Mrs. Belle Brent Alexander, and Mr. Ulie J. Howard, in Covington. Mr. James Bradley, of the firm of Bradley & Brannon, who was in jured some time ago by the bursting of an emery wheel, is able to be out again. Mrs. Ii. H. Thomas, who has been a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Boone Baldwin, for several weeks, has re turned to her home in Huntington, W, Va. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Snapp, of Ferguson street, have as guest their daughter, Mrs..H. A. James, of Cin cinnati, .formerly Miss Mabel Snapp, of this city. Mrs. Bernard Santen has taken a position in the clerical force in the office of Mr. J. C. Nickerson, Roadmaster of the Louisville & Nashville, at this point. Mrs. L. D. Overmire and sister, Miss Nell Etter, have arrived from Yorktown, Ind., for a visit to Mrs. H. M. Hamilton and Mr. Vernon Over mire, on Mt. Airy avenue. During the illness of Miss, Vella Mastin, who was injured in anauto mobile accident recently, her place with the firm of E. F. Spears & Son is being filled by Miss Fannie Heller. Miss Nannie Gay, of near Paris, attended the party given in Lexing ton last week by Mrs. Wm. D. Watts, in honor of her granddaughter, Miss Eleanor Chenault Smith, of Louis ville. Mr. Keith Phillips, who has been a guest several days of his wife at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Douglas, on Main street, has returned to his home in Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Wm. J. Ross and children have returned to their home in Chat tanooga, Tenn., after a visit to Mrs. Ross' sister, Mrs. Redmon Talbott, and Mr. Talbott, and family, near Paris. Miss Beatrice' Johnson, guest of Miss Betsy Ray, has returned to her home in Ontario, Canada. She was accompanied by Miss Ray, who will remain her guest for the rest of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. f David Feld, Miss Ruth Feld and Solomon Feld, attended the reception given to Mrs. Nathan Feld, of New York, in Winchester,-by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Feld. Mrs. George W. Stuart and Mrs. John M. Stuart have gone to Camp Hancock, near Augusta, Georgia, for a visit to Corporal John M. Stuart, who is in the service of Uncle Sam at that place. Winchester Daily Democrat: "Mrs. W. E. Pinnell and family were in Paris to attend the funeral of Mr. Charles Turner Fithian Arkle, of Paris, has been a guest at the Pin nell ho,me, this week." Miss Mary Louise Letton. en route to Atlanta, Georgia, for a visit to her aunt, was accompanied as far as Cincinnati by Miss Ruby Jane Houston, who will be a guest there of friends and relatives. Miss Gertrude Slicer has return ed from Water town, New York, where she has been teaching during the school term, to spend the vaca tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sheer, on South Main street. During the temporary absence of Secretary Z. L. Wilcox and Assistant Secretary Thos. K. Smith, of the Bourbon County Y. M. C. A., who are at the Y. M. C. A. camp, Camp Dan iel Boone, on the Kentucky river, his position will be filled by Mr. Frank M. Tinder, Jr. The Stanford Interior-Journal says: "Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ander son order their I. J. chanced from Paris .to Covington, to which place. mey nave moved Miss Susan Fisher Woods entertained with a picture show party in honor of her guests, Miss Margaret Allen and Messrs. J. 'Allen and Julian Adair, of Alillersburg, ,and Mr. Bryan McMur ktry, of Cynthiana. The other guests were Misses "Margaret Shafiks ah(T guests, Miss Alshaler, of Louisville, and Frank TTomlinson, of Pine Bluff, la., Misses "Mary Bailey and Rachel Hill and Mr. Hartwell Shanks. Af ter the show refreshments-at the Princess, w,er,e xery smuch jenioyed." turner, personals on Page 5.) SOCIAL AJSBPONAL. Comlngi amdr Goings ' of Our People Here, There and Elsewhere. FA3CCEJES KUSf KBP0BT SUPPLY WHEAT ELOTOrON HAND. Pledges not to use more than six pounds of wheat products in thirty days for each person, including flour, crackers, victory bread, macaroni and other foods of a similar nature until the next harvest conies in August are being distributed among household ers in Kentucky by Fred M. Sackett, Federal Food Commissioner for Ken tucky. Every loyal Kentuckian is asked to sign this pledge to meet the call to save wheat flour for our soldiers and allies. Each signer of a pledge agrees to hold at his home all wheat flour on hand over a thirty days' supply for his family on the ration of six pounds per month per person and to dispose of such surplus as the United States Food Administration may di rect in the interest of national safety. In this event, each householder is to be paid by the Government the act ual cost of the flour. The Food Administrator explains that many patriotic persons, follow ing practices formerly considered le gitimate and usual, have laid in larger quantities of flour than in this time of national emergency is con sidered reasonable and right. How ever, anyone in Kentucky who makes and .files with the County Food Ad ministrator the wheat pledge and holds his surplus flour for the Gov ernment, agreeing to turn it over if it is needed, will be prosecuted by the Government for hoarding flour. "The Food Administrator will not call your flour unless it is necessary," Mr. Sackett's bulletin to household ers says, "and when it does call will leave you thirty days' supply, but it must have your promise to turn it over as a measure of National Safety. "In some Kentucky counties, ow ing to shortage of supply, it has al ready been found necessary to direct that excess holdings be market id, but it is only in cases of emergency that such action is contemplated." a is la RED CROSS ASKED P0R MORE SOLDIER EQUIPMENT The Bourbon County Chapter of the Red Cross has been asked to fur nish four thousand pairs of knitted socks, five hundred sweaters and two hundreJ helmets By September 1, as its quota of the work asked from the State of Kentucky by the Red Cross headquarters. It is safe to say they will be furnished, as Bourbon county has acquired a habit of doing any"-,! thing it undertakes in the way of war work. Yarn for the purpose of knitting the above articles may be obtained from Miss Owens, at the corner of Main and Twelfth streets, by ladies desiring: to begin the work at once. The Red Cross Society recently or ganized at Little .Rock, in this coun ty, is already doing good work. It has already completed a number of garments and several members are knitting socks. ffH 5 J"P " ' BETTER BALANCED FARMING- IN SOUTH. Here is good news from the agri cultural front in Southern Alabama. Four years ago not a carload of hogs was shipped from 17 counties in that section of the State. In the year ending April 1, 1918, 2,352 carloads of hogs were shipped from these 17 counties. This change, ilustrating the better balanced agriculture matte necessary by boll-weevil ravages, is accredited by officials of the State, Relations Service to the effects of the county agents of the Department and the State agricultural colleges in demonstrating hog production to farmers and showing them how to ship hogs co-operatively. J lea ,s DEM0NSTRATI0&ITCHENS ARE SPRINGING UP. Home-demonstration work in newly organized counties Is developing rap idly in all sections of the South. Al though an agent has been established only six months in San Lucie county, Florida, seven public demonstration kitchens have been built and equip ped and nineteen steam-pressure can ners have been purchased in the county. More than 500 woman and girls already .have enrolled Xn county club work and many times that num ber are being reached in general demonstrations. m 3 FOOD CONSERVATION IN EM PLOYMENT OFFICES. Cooks, waitresses and housekeep ser'are receiving instruction in food conservation in many of the employ ment offices in Boston, Mass. This unique scheme has been worked out by home-demonstration agents of the U. S. Department of Agriculture and the State Agricultural College. Many women sit all day in these offices wating to secure employment and are glad to give their attention to dem onstrations and talks. Recipes are also distributed. This offers a means of getting the latest food information to a class of women who might not be reached' in any other way. fe is fe DimCULTffiSm.JEMCEASING. SUPPLIES OF HEMP. The cutting off of supplies of hemp from Russia, the increasing riiflimiltien in securing hemp from. Italy, and also .the difficulty in ob taining jute'irom India, jmake it im perative that more hemp be produc ed in the United States ' Mfc-AW . Owing to the deadly work of the submarines the-United-States-is only flvmb1aths.3ih"iiia:bf;iti 'schedule in; J shipping soldiers to France. s ;:-:h:-:; :-:i Iff You are Thinking About a Pipeless Furnace and want it properly installed let us figure with you. Satisfaction guaranteed. We are. agents for the Laurel Furnace. None better. We are also exclusive agents for the VIKING CREAM SEPARATORS Call and let us show them to you. LOWRY&MAY ,----.-- s.i i? Painting Time Is Here! Don't Let Your Property Decay For the Want of Paint ! It is a waste of good money to buy cheap pami We sell the Sherwin-Williams Paint have sold it here for forty years. .We can fill all your wants to be found in a high class paint establishment We do your painting right and Paper Hanging. C. A. Fifth and Main Streets THE BELL DIRECTORY This is the most frequently consulted reference list in this section. It is corrected and revised every few months. Paris Advertisers are afforded an unequalled opportunity rto place their business before the best people in a prosperous community. The space is lim ited, the jates are reasonable. Just telephone, write or call on MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AlO TELEGRAPH COMPANY (Incorporate); the News lob Ppartmentjs Always h "There's a Reason." Werk Dnlit I r ,,-Ji t 6. V. New Book Goes to Press Monday, July 15th DAUGHERTY ft. mt I A i