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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1918.
. rJ J ". mtmvm m n ip--i Eat withotrtFearofTlndigestioirf; " ; Instant Relief for Bad Stomachs When your meals liit back. When what you eat turns sour, forming acids, gases and indiges tion. Magic r1!ef. No waiting! The xl uent Pape's Diapepsin reaches the stomach all the sour ness, acidity, heartburn, dyspepsia and indigestion ends. Upset stomachs feel fine. Costs jo little Any 'drug store. upset v Pape's Diapepsin 5S WILL PUT YOU ON YOUR FEET THE SOLDIER'S MAIL. (Leslie's.) Complaints are being shot at the War Department and to every mem ber of Congress, and to almost every rewspaper office regarding the seem ingly inexcusable delay of the expe ditionary mail. The fact of it is that the conditions of the difficulties of the case are so many and so novel tbat a statement of a few of these i ay be illuminating. Since the first of July the expeditionary mail has Uen in the charge of the Quarter- H -" -- - I J MffJKJr lO 777 yj jfaWixm ( oj&GJffinr&c& I MS Pace Powder It clings to skin stays on. Re moves all shine. Enhances nat ural beauty with velvety smooth ness. Tint for every complexion. Exquisite fragrance. The pow der that is different amazingly better. Try it and see. M. A. PATON Phone 1010516 Main master General of the Army. The At lantic liners are so overcrowded with freight that it became impossible to send the mail by these. It now goes over in army transports. These transports are convoyed, and they take anywhere from ten days to three weeks to arrive at their port of des tination. The mail then goes into the hands of the French Postoffice Department for military distribution to the front. It is a little known fact that for reasons of military neces sity the French Governpnent censors our mail either in whole or in part as it sees fit. Owing to our very large force that is distributed over a 300 mile front, the difficulties of getting the mail to the soldier now only be gins. Companies and regiments aie continually shilting. The soldier in one trench may be in. another trench fifty miles away the next day. Casu alties and moving of the wounded from hospital to hospital add another tremendous difficulty. So it becomes rather a feat of the finest efficiency to connect the soldier at the front with his hojme within a period of a month at the least. Gen. Pershing has put at the disposal of the expert mail clerks in France the best mili tary aid he can possibly devise to solve the problem that everyone in the United States wishes to see solved. ts pa P2 A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN Do you know that a beautiful wo man always has a good digestion? Jf your digestion, is faulty, eat light of meats, and take an occasional dose of Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthen, I your digestion. rice zoc. (advct) 4- --,. ETTERS sage SEND trenched women cantten NEWS FROM HOME. V World news ifl all right, but OUE BOYS want NEWS OF THIS TOWN. They want the home newspaper. Publishers are invented from sending: their papers free' to anyone, tren boys in the service. Consequently a national movement has been started by Col. William Boyce Thompson of New York, who is acting as President of the Home Paper Service of America to give the boys what they are calling for. Every community Is joining the movement. Let ui see that our boys are not forgotten. Send to the publisher of this newspaper whatever amount of money you can 5 cents or $50.00. We will publish a list each week of those contributing, and the amounts contributed. Every cent received will be used to send this paper to our boys at the front. If at the mad of the war, there is any surplus, ft will be turned over to the local Red Cross Committee. There ia no profit in tail to the publisher even in normal timee, subscriptions are not sold at a profit. With war prices prevailing, and the .high rate of postage on .papers sent to France, our coat will- scarcely be covered by our full subscription price. Remember that over in France, some brave soldier or sailor from this town perhaps even some splendid woman working within sound of the guni depending on you to "KEEP THE HOME ILOVEr KfiTOLED." They are calling to YOU from "Over There GIVE WHAT YOU CAN We BOURBON NEWS comings and Goings of Our People Here, There and -Elsewhere. Mrs. Ida Rash, of Cliutonville, is visiting relatives in Oklahoma. Mrs. Lawrence Price is a guest of relatives and friends in Eminence. Mrs. John I. Fisher, of Louis ville, is a guest M her mother, Mrs. Mary Goff, near "Paris. Mrs. Hughes Atkinson, of Mt. Sterling, is a guest of her mother, Mrs. William Tarr, near Paris Mrs P. M. Gillispie has return ed, to her home "ir Pnie oai. two-weeks stay at'DawsoiTsprings. Mts'J. C. Mastin has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit to Mass Olive Snapp, on Main street. Mrs. J. H. Weigott has concluded a pleasant visit to friends and rela tives in Cincinnati, O., and Dayton, Ky. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Collins, of Cleveland, Ohio, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Helm Clay, on , Eighth street. ( - Miss Bessie Honican. has return ed to her home in Carlisle after a visit to Miss Vella Mastin, on High street. Mrs. Rachel Smith and Miss Louise Redmon have returned from a stay of several months in Colorado and Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Harris have as guests Mr. L. E. Green and family, of Owenton, and Mr. O. B. Harris, of Dodge City, Kansas. Mrs. Anna Peebles has returned to her hpme in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, after a visit to relatives in this city and county. Mrs. Ola Peters has returned to North Middletown from Louisville, where' she was called by the death of her nephew, Mr. Bagby. Mrs. Mattie Barbour, of Lex ington, was a guest Friday and Sat urday oi Air. and Mrs. L. B. Pur nell and family, on Vine street. Mrs. Clinton Foxworthy and two children, of Ft. Myers, Fla., are guests of her sister, Mrs. Charles P. Cook, and Mr. Cook, on Cypress street. Mrs. Minnie Christian, house keeper at the Massie Memorial Hos pital, has returned from a month's vacation, spent in visiting in Western Kentucky and Oklahoma. Mr. George W. Stuart left Fri day for a visit to his son, Corp. John M. Stuart, at Havre de Grace, Md. Mrs. Stuart and Mrs. John M. Stuart have been there several days. ST0KAC5BPJ5ETL Pape's Diapepsin at Once Ends Dys- jbrcjyjsm, Aciaixy, tfas, in digestion. Your meals hit back! Your stom ach is sour, acid, gassy and you feel bloated after eating or you have heavy lumps of indigestion pain, or headache, but never mind. Here is instant relief. :: va Extensive Showing of Don't stay upset! Eat a tablet of Pape's Diapepsin. and immediately the indigestion, gases, acidity and all stomach distress ends. Pape's Diapepsin tablets are the surest, quickest stomach relievers in the world. They cost every little at drug stores. (adv) S IS fe WAR BOARD RAPS STORES THAT WRAP TOO MUCH. Local retail stores have been ad vised of an order of the War Indus tries Board which affects evey retail store throughout the United States, directing that unnecessary wrapping of merchandise be doscotinued and jthat the consumption of wrapping paper boxes and office stationery be reduced to a minimum. Economy in the use of paper will release chemicals, fuels, cars and men, and will enable the government to secure its requirements of paper, which are increasing rapidly, the or der states. The increasing production of ammunition factories uses much chemical pulp formerly used in mak ing wrapping, tissue, book and other strong papers. Mrs. Carrie Lehman ("Mother Lehman") of Louisville, was a visitor in this city and county several days last week. Mrs. Lehman was here inspecting the city and county schools, and other institutions. -Mr. M. H. O. Williams, of Wil aukee, Wis., Superintendent of Agencies of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., was a guest sev eral days the past week of Mr. Roy F. Clendenin, in this city. Mr. Wm. Taylor and Mrs. Louis Taylor have returned from a visit to Mr. Duncan Taylor at Saranac Lake, New York. They report Mr. Taylor- as deriving great improvement inrj health by his stay at the Lake. j Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller Ward, of near Paris, received a telegram Sat urday telling of the serious illness of their son, Mr. Sam Clay Ward, at the University of Virginia. Mr. Ward, accompanied by Dr. J. T. Vansant, left Saturday morning for Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Biggs and two sons, George and Samuel Biggs, Jr., have arrived fropn Huntington, W. Va., for a visit to Mrs. Biggs' mother, Mrs. E. B. Hedges, on Main street. They made the journey from Huntington in their touring car. (Other Personals on. Page 5.) fe )Ei te D. A. B. Convention. THE BEST PR00P GIVEN PARIS CITIZEN. BY A The annual convention of the Ken tucky D. A. R., which is to be held in Ashland this year, will be a busi ness convention, and the program will deal most entirely with wart problems, which the D. A. R. will .take .up during 1918-19. Plans for JJtie.xionyention, which is to be the latter part of October, formed the principal business before the board meeting held at Louisville last week. The young ladies who registered for .special duty in the recent drive for nurses in 'the county, are asked to assemble at the Y. M. C. A. build ing at seven o'clock to-night. They will be addressed by -Mrs. George Hunt, and Mrs. Kehriker, R. N., both of Lexington. The meeting will be held for the purpose of placing be fore the young women the matter of placing them in institutions for im mediate training as nurses. It is earnestly urged that all the young women be present. Arrangements are being made for the meeting in this city this week of the young ladies who have registered as volunteer nurses. The meeting will be addressed by an experienced registered nurse, and others will be present to give all the necessary in formation regarding the location of the training schools, length of time required for training, the cost, etc. Due notice of the tipne and place of the meeting will be given. SATURDAY, OCT. 12, IS PRO CLAIMED "LIBERTY DAY." Saturday, October 12, is the four hundredth and twenty-sixth anniver sary of the discovery of America. President Wilson has proclaimed it Liberty Day and requests the citizens of every community in the United State city, town and countryside to celebrate the day. The President, in his proclamation says: "Every day the-great principles for which we are fighting take fresh hold upon our thought and purposes and make it clearer what the end nrist be and what we tmust do to achieve it. "We now know more certainly than we ever knew before why free men brought the great Nation and Government we love into existence, because it grows clearer and clearer what supreme service it is to be America's privilege to render to the world." , Doan's Kidney Pills were used they brought benefit. The story was told to Paris resi dents. Time has strengthened the evidence. , Has proven the result lasting. The testipiony is home testimony. The proof convincing. It can be investigated by Paris residents. Mrs. J. T. Martin, 1024 Main street, Paris, says: "Kidney trouble came on from a fall and the results were very severe, causing me more suffering than the fall itself. No- one can ever know what I went through at the time for I suffered awfull-v. JHty back ached and pained until I thought it would break in two. Sharp twinges shot through my kidneys and if anyone Iiad hit me in the back with a heavy axe it couldn't have hurt worse. In one week after using Doan's Kidney Pills, I felt like a different woman, for they fixed me up in fine shape. (Statement given February 17, 1908.) RESULTS THAT REMAIN On November 9, 1916, Mrs. Martin said: "Doan's Kidney Pills have made a cure for jme and it has been permanent." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Martin had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. (adv) , fe fe fe LET NOTHING BE LOST. "Gather .up the fragments that re main, that nothing beJost," such .was the admonition of the Master at the memorable feast of which the Bible tells, the feeding of the multitude with the barley loaves and fishes. Conservation in all things k is the slogan of to-day. A cry comes to us to save all fruit pits and nut stones as they are invaluable in furnishing' carbon fpr the respirator in the gas jmasks for our boys over there, in a little folder gotten out by the Gas. Defense Division, there is an urgent request that we save these otherwise worthless articles, at least to us. We are asked to save peach stones, apricot pits, prune pits, plu.ni pits, olive pits, date seeds, cherry pits, butter-nut shells, Brazil nut shells, walnut shells, hickory nut shells, and surely with a little forethought every family in our midst could accumulate quite a collection. Have a bucket or some sort of receptacle placed in easy access, and after a thorough drying in the oven turn them over to your Red Cross Circle. Get the little folks of the family interested; they'll re gard it almost as a kind of play, and at the same time they'll be learning patriotism. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in fluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. , Hall's .Ca tarrh Medicine was prescribed by one of the best physicians jn. this country for years.' It is composed of some of the best tonics known, com bined with some of the best-bood purifiers. The perfect combination of the ingredients" in Hall's 'Catarrh Medicine is what produces such won derful results in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., " Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. All Druggists, 75c. (auv-oct) A wise man does -'a great deal ,of Silent thinking and afoolman does a' great deal of "thoughtless italkingv Smart New Fashions For the Correctly Gowned Young Woman. Embracing reproductions and adaptations from the great French and American desieners who excel in modes of youthful character. Fur Trimmed and Plain Tailored Suits developed in soft Velours and Tricotines. Coats Of charming new design in full plain models and luxu rious fur trimmed effects, including the new Dolman and Inverness. Tailored Dresses Smart, new, straight-line effects of Serge, Tricotine, ' lncollette, Satin and Velvet simple, yet possessing that subtle charm of detail so desired. Blouses In all the late suit colors, as well as flesh, black and white. Models that are exclusive and out of the or dinary. Furs New arrivals in rich soft Taupe Fox, Black Fox, Beaver, Nutria and genuine Scotch Mole; matched sets or sepa rate pieces. Fur Coats and Coatees of Hudson Seal, Raccoon Mole, Squirrel and Muskrat. Junior and Children's Department We are showing a big new line of Coats, Dresses, Sweat ers, Furs and Millinery. WOLF, WILE CO. LEXINGTON, KY. Professional Cards. WM, GRANNAN Attorney-at-Law -ROOMS 401-402 EERST NAT1! BANK BUILDING DR. WM. KENNEY Eye. Ear, Nose andThroat BOOMS 403-404 ITBST NAT'L BANK BUILDING PHONE 136 THESE NEW HATS Are More Attractive Than Any We Have Shown For Years. So it is to your advantage to j come and select one to-day: We ' have assortments at I Margolen's SANITAR V Meat Market Everything kept in a clean, sanitary con dition, and only the choicest home-killed meats are sold here. GiveUs an Order MflRGOLEN'S Sanitary Meat Market $1.98 $2.98 $3.50 $4.00 AND. UP. Twin Bros. Department Store Jaris, Ky. Main and 7th, BAKERY DEPARTMENT Cakes, Jelly Roll Cream Puffs Doughnuts, Rolls, Pies GROCERY Fruits Fresh Vegetables v MEAT DEPARTMENT Roats iamb, Veal, Pork"' Brains WILMOTH Grocery Co. Phone 376 I I m rwm "X 1 I I K I I I K I I :: I I X I X I X I k 3i &, r; fe -& v, -