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TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1919.
THE BOUEBOH TOWS, MfcIS, XfflOTCKT ?AG1 It 4 u f f ft M Eat without Fear of Indigestion! Instant Relief for Bad Stomachs When your meals hit baclc. When what you-eat turns sour, forming acids,' gases and indiges tion. Magic r-:ef. No waiting! The ri. uent Pape's Diapepsin reaches the stomach all the sour ness, acidity, heartburn, dyspepsia and indigestion ends. Upset stomachs feel fine. Costs so little Any 'drug store. upset? Papers Diapepsin g"- -yO WILL PUT YOU ON YOUR FEET LETTERS FROM BOURBON COUNTY J J SOLDIERS AND SAILORS J In a recent letter from Capt. Jas. A. Orr, he says : "We have no prospects or information as to when we will get hopie. I presume it will he a few months anyway. But we may get orders to pack up our "Old TTit "Rnr" anv time. Everybody is AA.AW O - - - instance, dopiino sugar, 2 lbs. for 15 cents and other things in proportion. We have been planning an enter tainment for children of the village where we are located. Our band is going to "music" for them and we are Groins: to nave a Unrismas tree 'eijuuuj' ia wc s'-'s .w w. .. i.. anir t fhmicrV.f nf and r.andv for them, tnev naven t naa cLULilULLO IA faCl wasn.. J. w - . ., , - iinTiiTie- ovw to Paris to attend any for four years and never saw a Woodrow's big reception, but as neither he nor President Poincaire sent me an invitation I refused to go. However, it seems to have been a suc cess without me. We are planning to have a big Christmas dinner we (our offier's mocc'x Krtiio-'h three tnrkevs at $1.35 a pound, about $17.00 apiece, ought to be some turkey whether it is or not. Things we can get from the U. S. Commissary are very reasonable. Cheaper than you buy at home. For Christmas tree. This is certainly some rainy cli mate. It has not been very cold here yet. It does not get very severe ly cold here in winter. But being out in the weather and wet, cold mud so much is why the boys use lioaw snY etc. We have a very comfortable hut where we are now, built of five inch oak lumber and covered with tar paper. Hope everybody is having a good I Christmas. HEEITOUE GAINS QUICK SUCCESS I&mous Medicine Sweeps Over Tenn essee and Kentucky in Two Months. IS NOW ON SALE HERE. G. S. Varden & Son Honored With Exclusive Agency in Taris. Meritone, the new Bystem medicine of real merit that it now on sale in Paris at G. S. Varden & Son's, nas iminoA almost instant success wher ever it has been introduced. In its first two jmonthB the famous new medicine swept over the States of Tennessee and Kentucky with such rapidity as to startle even the oldest and most experienced drug men. Already the name of Meritone has become a household-woTd over a territory containing five million neople. This instant rise to success could not have been accomplished if Mer itone did not have real merit. The makers of Meritone believe it is the medicine of merit that thousands of ailing people have been needing and wanting for years. It is the formula f froinefl chemist who spent years to bring.it to perfection. In larger cities thousands of people are already taking Meritone and are getting wonderful results from its use. Many are taking Meritone to build up their strength and health after influenza or pneumonia. Many others are taking it to correct an ail ing condition of the stomach, liver or kidneys, or to comhat catarrh or rehumatism. Here in Paris Meritone can be obtained only at G. S. Varden & SatfB" o The Fault I Yours. Never complain that; your confidence has been betrayed. The fault.is youra for pouring unsafe talk into , . tag mind. Yon ao noi uu- ym. not for leaking. JBlame yourself for not knowing it leaked. Life. MoCOBMICK BTOS JjSg ff DEHOCRATia COMMITTEE IE YOU CASH YOUR STAMPS. The Government is making a rec ord of all persons who purchase War Savings Stamps and the reason given if the stamps are cashed be fore their maturity. These lists nn fliiv will be filed i with the county -clerk in each county to establish a permanent, record of eacn lnaiviau al's part in the war work. Every citizen will be known not only by the extent of his investment, but by the duration of his loan. This fact probably is not known oy persons who cash their stamps be fore paypnent for the Government is uue. . .w. Uncle Sam spends the money as ready in SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Comings, and Goings of Our People Here, There and Elsewhere. Miss Patsy Clark is a guest of Miss Clara Belle O'Neill, in Phila delphia. Mrs. Mabel Frank is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Chas. Barnett, in Taylorsville, Spencer county. Dr. L. R. Huffman and Clyde Burberry, of Centerville, have gone Mrs. John I. Fisher, of Louis ville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mollie Goff, at North Miaaietown. Mrs. Ada Rice, or isortn miaaie town, is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Mqsby, at Helena, Ar- Miss Clara Louise Buchanan has returned from a month's visit to her brother. W. C. Buchanan, at TTomiiOTi Yhifk ilWUUV" -.w Mv fiwro-o ToinTiAv nas returned to his home in St Louis, Mo., after a visit to relatives in rana unu Bourbon county. Mrs, Charles Spillnian, of Har rodsburg, is ill of influenza at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. T. Brooks, on Duncan avenue. MT I . PrinH HULL 1M.1 . JEV. JLM. noTiir -mm loavo this week for New York to purchase the spring stock for the iirm or ranK s o. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sijmon left Saturday night for Chicago on a tin c;.n oss trin in the interest of Mr. Simon's Paris and Lexington stores. Mrs. Josepn u. -eea, oi mays- lick, was a week-end guest or ner daughter, Mrs. Albert Minion, ana Mr. Hinton, at their home on High street. tit., n n rninrrmcn.Ti nf Allens- ville, Alabama, has arrived in Paris . ir. aitPtifl the Clav-Koseoerry rea ding. He will act as best man to tne groom. . Mr. R. M. Hopkins, of Coving ton, who married Miss Iva Collins, daughter of Mrs. Thos. Helm Clay, of Paris, will leave January 27 with a party of two hundred, who will tvioTto a tnnr of Palestine and the Holy Land. Mr. Pat Kane has gone to Hot Springs, Ark., for a month's stay. Mrs. John M. Donnell has return ed to her home near Hutchison, from Maysville, where she was called last week by the illness and death of her brother, Mr. Sherman Rhodes. Aire sirinev R-. Clav will leave for Florida shortly after the marriage of her daughter, Miss Alice Rogers Hlav to Lieut. Wiram Jtuj&eueiiy, which takes place to-morrow even ing, to spend the remainder of the winter. A telegrapi received Sunday by relatives in this city, stated that -ftc. Tito nin.v was seriously ill with influenza at the home of her father, Col. E. F. Clay, m uusus. Fla Her brothers, Buckner Clay, of Charleston, W. Va., and Brutus Clay, of Atlanta, are at her bedside. -MMCTti TTnrrv Tones. Fred Bur- gin, ra. Taylor, W. W. Mitchell. and Robert Shea, will leave this week for Tampa, Fla. They will motor through in Mr. Lew Taylor's automo v.n -m T'pvlnr and family are al- Florida, where tney win January Sale Outing Cloth I 30c yard 9 4 Pepperel 72c yard Percale 30c yard Calico 19c yard Ladies' $1.50 Silk Hose $1.29 pair Children's 30c Hose 25c pair Bleached Cotton 29c yard Unbleached Cotton 27c yard 35c Madras 30c yard Ladies' $2.00 Union Suits $1.39 I 35c Madras 30c yard $1.50 Voile Waists 89c Children's Union Suits $1.25-$1.39 Jardiniers that sold for 50c and 75c 25c $4.00 Crepe de Chine $2.79 i $1.50 Lea. Hand Bags $1.29 $5.50Georette Waists $3.49 20c Scrim 15c yard 75c Cake Plates 39c 50c Cake Plates 29c Men's $2.25 Overalls $1.75 pair Men's $1.50 Shirts 79c O. N.T. Crochet Cotton lie Ball $2.00 Mirrors $1.50 Granite and Glassware at Reduced Prices Everything at Reduced Prices The prices quoted above are good for this week only-ending Saturday, Jan. 25. tuc pari RACKET STORE H. B. CARR, PROPRIETOR I MMM enrv- ae it is Tftr.p.ived. When he is called upon, to refund these loans he is in the same predicament that one would he if he borrowed money from the hank to build a house and after he had purchased material and .tint, narnenters to work the hank would suddenly recall the loan. When a war saver goes to the post- office to cash in his War savings Stamps the following card is handed him to sign: - TurnTnifJk has resigned as Chairman of the Democratic Na Uonal Committee and it is understood that he is under consideration for ap Sntment A American Ambassador France to succeed William Graves Sharp. Mr. Sharp's resignation it is Lid, is now in the hands of the Pres- ide fact that Mr. McCormick h resigned became known ng .Tuesday, "f" lt ne he len no suggestion- of it Sited for France two th neace conference, lie eui W. capacity as the cman i- ., -mule Board, a position Z Ul -.appointed last year. Officials at the W H eltaed to dtocuBS e report ttot Mr Siarp wrald return home to be sue eX by Mr. McCtormiek but it p,ed to naye,creaence """O" d circles. Mr. Sharp ""S" ,tood to hare dired for some .time to return to thio. ""J? J Amencaa - - rs w """ 9NWOL citMmrig the longTers where DECLARATION OP URGENT NEED t epmniv o.ertifv that I am in ab solute need of the money for myself and fapiily and, having-. no .other xTt- rn which! can .secure the necessary cash, I am obliged to sur render my War Savings stamps, ana therefore file my application for the redemtpion of $ War Savings Stamps. (Signed This statement is filed as a part of the history of the war. -o There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together, and tor-yeaxs it was supposed to be incurable. .Doc tors prescribed local remedies, , and by rxi .ii;nlr r nttro with local constantly j.eum v x .1 , 1V- treatment pronounced it incurabte. Catarrah is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitution! -"",; tions and therefore requires constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by .P. J. Cheney & Co.; Toledo, Ohio, is a con stitutional remeay,ii t " nally and acts through the blood on ., . J ,.,. .rfoa nf the system. tne D1UW.UO ou"""" . ai' ' One Hundred Dollars reward is offer ed for any case that Hall's Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for cir culars and testimonials. . Toledo, Ohio Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family PiHs for constipa- tion- (jii-adV) o JcnPTirJ the winter. w-'""- - . . , i Paris society peopie u.ve ic ceived post-card invitations, worded as follows: "Mid-winter Dance, with Smiths Saxophone Sextette, Friday Even ing, January 24, yx. ruueuu: Hotel, Lexington, Ky. Subscription $1.50. Hours 9:00 to 2:00. Com mittee: William Walton, Jr., Robert Jewell." . . . Miss Ruth Pinnell entertameu Friday evening at her home in Win chester with a charming dinner party in honor of Third Gunners' V-j. -!...- nofalrill nf Paris, who has just retutrned from service in France. Tne place earns weio vl i-x-. noturo a-nA he elow from pink candles enhanced the beauty of the scene, a aainty ami ciuvivC menu .was served. -The guests were Misses: Henrietta Bedford, L ucille Clarke, Catherine Robinson, Virginia Johnson and Anna NelBon, Messrs. Nelson Strode Haggard, Spencer Pin nell, Williajm Robb, Dr. W. J. Win burn and Archie Bedford. (Other Personals on Jt-age vj o WmMmMUMJV'iHiEJMJlir Jll' f w tm""i"--Jii-M We Are Now Offering You t Absolute Choice of Any tr for Every State. It i Utcrallf true that there ii a fiUf in our flalr every state. Tbelaw.! 1912 that fife theraw their present arrangement provided that the'etar, it you trt ateppleftandcor. - --. mm of the six rows from left to right, ahall correapond to each ff in the order or iw ratuicw I'the Constitutloa. CONSTIPATION AUB INDIGESTION "I have used Chamberlain's Tab lets and must say they are the boat I have ever jused .for constipation Jl i-ji-m if- wife also uted them! for indigestion and they m u- JrnA ,wrftea Euene S. Knight, Wilmington, N. C. Obtainable every- (jan-adv) EES0ITITI0NS. ii.-fnnwin- TAmlutions were recently adopted by the Paris Ep worh . League, of the Methodist Church. . ' WHEKiUAH, tne rroviueue w God, which is not always to be un derstood but is always to be trusted as wise and beneficent, has seen fit to call by deatn irom our ueaguc au Church, Mr. John Blythe, one of that noble group of young men whore- jj oi-t Tio pnTl nf their country and humanity7 in the great time OI cn&ia uuuu6u i,m ..- just passed, and . WxlUiivlliAo, we suaii imoo " sniration of his presence and interest in ,our .League, therefore BE IT RESOLVED; that we record our grief at his going but submit with humbled hearts and without rebellion to this action of Heaven's Providence, knowing jhat in this as in all things the will oi our ratner is wuc iu good. ' Khj&VLjVJlixJ iurtner, mat wc uum--c i- Mvr-calxrac art A rnn1d comfort his loved ones with the thought that his sacrilice ana xneirs was iw cause that perhaps, with tne single IChristdied, wasthe greatest and no- uiest tniib iuxb cyci ciiiow-vi .. ... teresfand devotion of men.'' RESOLVED further, that we record our joy that this the only boy , Vioe vooti nllpil from our League to maxe tne .supreme i;rn.s a his Country and humanity was one who loved his Church and-his Lord and was therefore ready to "Meet His Pilot Face to Face," and give a faith- mi accuuiiu. oi tnese rcswuuwiB'uc "I'i1"' ""'s records of tifis organization, a copy sent to Ousparentsand a copy given a iO .. "Da-no -fti nnhliPtlOTI? w tne yafjvi. wj. j. "" y - " , SIT. unirijEjiX MRS., GRANT GALLOWAY Man. jn.n joaocixv, Committee WOMEN'SI BLACK JBUTT0N BOOTS in our store for . . $2.50 I PER PAIR These boots come in Patent Leather with Kid and Cloth fop and are worth from $4.00 to $7.00 per pair; Also About 75 Pairs of f WOMEN'S LACE BOOTS FOR $5 00 ; &. PER PAIR '.i, Formerly sold at $7.50 to $12.00. Naturally, you U find all sizes in any one model, but most, all sizes in the No refunds, none sent on approval, none sent.C. 0. D., no ex changes. All sales are final. HARRY Nippert Block, Main St. Geo. McWilhW Old Stand V -.ti-J miIHWF 11 f rar. .