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"'iS.'j .1 . """V -" T".. "' . ,si ,' jt N - L- if' .i ' - , : - 'H .-V .." : : 5 JAGESU THE -B0U3S0H HEWS, PiBIS, KEHTTCKT y TUESDAY,. FEBRUARY IS, 1919, LIFT OFF CORNS! V v ' - ' " . ; '...'" . t A - J S 4. s V - t S A" i j , DUTY TO TELL PEOPLE WHAT i MERITQNE DID Does More Good Than Any Other Medicine He Ever Took "I feel it is my duty to let the peo ple of Nashville know what Meritone nas done for me and I'll be glad to tell my friends about it also," said R. H. Felts, a carpenter of 3203 Chariot Avenue, Nashville. 4Tye been taking- Meritone for two weeks now and it has done me more good than any pnedicine I ever took," said Mr. Felts. '- LIKE NEW MAN. "I was weakened - and run down when I got over the influenza, but now I feel like a new man. I've .gained five pounds on the bottle of Meritone I have taken and I'm just starting in on the second" bottle. "I was nervous, too, before I took Meritone and couldn't sleep or get my rest like I should. Now I can go to bed at .night and sleep .right through to morning." Weakened, run down victims of in fluenza or pneumonia should take Meritone and get back their normal strength. Meritone also is recom mended for stomach, liver or kidney trouble, catarrh, rheumatism, .sleep lessness, lack of appetite and the like. Meritone is sold excusively in Paris by V. S. Varden & Son. (adv) 0 NAVY STARTS ANOTHER BIG DRIVE FOR MEN. Once again does the navy appeal to the patriotism of Kentucky. Ken tucky came to the fore in every pre vious drive and was. one of the States which far exceeded its quota of men for the navy. Now the navy again is making .a drive for men between the ages of 17 and 35 to enlist in the navy for four years. These men are badly needed to iman the transports-and new ships which are being put 'into commission. All who enlist are assure'd of va' chance to travel and see the world and an opportunity for training and learning a trade. The navy with its 55 different branches is open full blast. Men are sent to Great Lakes for three months' training and then to sea. The Atlantic, the Pacific and Asiatic fleets are all crying for men. Each, one of these fleets cruises in a different direction. As can be readily seen a man can travel all ell around the world .as it is com paratively easy to be transferred from one fleet to another. I Kentucky's quota for this new drive is 2,000 men. With pay rang ing'Trom $32.60 per month and up, it ought not to be hard to get these men. The headquarters for Kentucky is in Xiouisville, but four branch offices or sub-stations are located in Pa clucah, Ashland, Lexingtonand Cov ington. If you are comparatively near one of these stations that is ' the .place to go for information and enlistment. If you are very far from a sub-station or Louisville,' go to your Postmaster, who can give you infor mation. If yoji are near Louisville, the main station, go to 412 South Fourth avenue and experienced men will gladly give lull information. Also all inquiries and applications addressed to that station will be promptly answered. What Canftlt May AoeompIIth. It Is poaalblt that by the construe tlon of caaala w may yet see the day when there will be great fleets away up In the country where once upon a time the alfhland clans held sway, where Bob Boy cgregor raided for ' cattle and fought with the plan Mac farlane, and where there is still the glamor that was thrown over it by the genius of Sir Walter Scott. If" so, it will be one of the most remarkable transformations in the history of any country. ' Of course all the girls love Santa ' Claus in theory, but they are not - ; N crazy about running around with a man that looks like hn. v o v Our "observation is that when a v girl knows her chest isn't uglyshe ' .gives her throat too much room. BAD BREATH 'Dr Edwards' Olive Tablets Get -; at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the substi " tute for calomel, act gently on the bowels and positively do the work. People afflicted with bad breath find quick relief through Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. The pleasant sugar; ' coated tablets are taken for bad breath' " by all who know them. - r Dr. Eawards Olive Tablets act gently but firmly jDn the bowels and liver, stimulating them to .natural action, clearing the blood and gently purifying the entire .system. , They do that which aogeroua calomel does without any of the bad after effeds. " " " ' All the benefits of nasty; sickening, griping cathartics are derived from Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets without griping; pain or any disagreeable effects. Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the formula after seventeen years of prac tice among patients affiicted with bowel and fiver complaint, wkh the , attendant bad breath. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets 'are poraly a vegetable compound mixed wkkoart oil; you wfll lenow them by their oiirt color. iTaitt one or two every night' aweaKasuaotf tnceoect. Wc and 25c ferbec Attdrugaiits. CONCERNING WEIIrENOWN BUS INESS AND NEWSPAPER The writer was walking along our main business thoroughfare this morning when he saw a friend, a merchant, standing nonchalantly in front of his gtore. Bantering him the newspaper man suggested that an ad in THE BOURBON NEWS would put him behind his counters. Th'e merchant replied: "Yes, I know that but I don't want to kill myself working. I like to get out here'' once in a while and enjoy the ozone, see the blue sky and hear the pigeons coo, and look here Bill, I've been thinking that I really ought not to have to adver tise so sumch. I've beenhere in bus iness for 20 years. I've been at this same stand. I've handled the same merchandise all that time. I sell only reliable goods. I've treated the public fair and square. Now they know all about me and when they need good goods they know they can come right here and get it. Now, isn't that correct reasoning?" "Well, my friend," said the news paper man, "I can't stop right now to show you the fallacy of your logic, for I must jjo to the office to look after the advertisement of ,an other old-timer, a sure-enough old tijmer, who recently celebrated her fiftieth anniversary in business, namely, The Courier-Journal. We know The Courier-Journal, Vs achievements, in the past, its steady progress with the forward march of time and events, and yet when the Old Lady wants to get far-reaching results she gets them by the quick est, surest route, by advertising. And when she wants to reach this section, she advertises in THE BOURBON NEWS, another leader,' if in a smaller way, in the progress and welfare of the community it serves. Watch THE BOURBON NEWS to day. It is not a 'courtesy' ad., by the way, "but it is paid for in cash, at our established card rates, with out quibble or question. Well, af ter all I did stop long enough to give you an answer to your question, didii't I? But, so long. t 411Cf "Hey, wait a minute, Bill want to ten y5u I'll see you In O morning about another contract, be lieve mine's about out, isn't it? You durn journalists can always upset all my comfortable reasoning and you sure do put a fellow to work." MOTHER! DONT TAKE CHANCES IE CHILD'S TONGUE IS COATED M .o Cross, Peverisli, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver and V. Bowels. Alaxative to-day saves a sick child to-morrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sour. Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, or your child is listless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throa't or any other chil dren's ailments, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because it is perfectly haipnless, and in a few hours all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thor ough "inside cleansing" is ofttimes all that is necessary. It should be the first treatment given in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Pigs," wbich has full directions for babies, chil dren of all ages and f or grown-ups plainly printed onthe bottle. Look carefully and see that it is made' by the 'California Fig Syrup CoUipany." N (adv) "WE HAINT HEAEN NO BUMORS YET!" Apropos of the proposed resurrec tion of the Blue Grass League into the life of . baseballdom, Tom tTnder wood, sporting editor of the Lexing ton Herald,, writes, under, the hea4, "Talking It Over" as follows: "It -appears that the old fans have? slipped intothe figurative cemetery where rests all that was mortal of the Bluegrass League, and changed the inscription above the tcjmb, to 'NOT DEAD BUT SLEEPING "Tbe plans for the resurrection are daily progressing. As soon as Lex ington started the baseball to roll ing, Frankfort said, Me, too,' and re ports from, Paris are that ;that town will heartily endorse the move. Georgetown, according to recent ad vices, will back the plan, 'while it seems apparently certain that Win chester and Richmond will come iri all right" While Paris fans woufd really like to get a taste of baseball- again, nothing has developed here' so far as THE NEWS can ascertain to warrant the assertion that we will be repre sented. The former leaders in. base ball matters have made no statement for publication, many of them have moved to other places, and the situ ation reamins quiet, though' honefnl. Paris may and possibly will be rep resented by a club in the Leacue. but tie fans will bave to get up a little more entnusiasm in the matter first. Then will come tbe knotty end, pro ducing the finances. -Here's hoping. o Mrs. Peavish says that the Teason she doesn't want to vote is because Mr. Peavish already believes she is largely responsible for the high cost of living. : P . ' 'Also w,e ihink it only fair for every persorikho knocks the Y. M. C. A. to state how jmuh he gave it. ! 1 nere at 'home or how much, he us it .abroad. y- Apply tew dropsN then, lift sort, touchy corns off with . finger No pain! Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little Freezone on an aching corn, instant ly that corn stops hurting, then you lift Jjt right out. Yes, magic! A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a few cents at anyjdrug1 store, but is sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the callouses without soreness, or irritation-. Freezone is tlie sensational disr covery of a Cincinnati genius. It is wonderful. ' (adv) o - REVENUE AGENTS BRING SUIT AGAINST HARKNESS ESTATE LEXINGTON,- KY., Feb. 17. Alleging that he was a resident of Donerail. this county, authorities of the state of Kentucky and the county oi layette have laid claim to back, taxes on a larcre part of the -neraonr itiuy uj. me u,uvu,uuu estate leit dv n1U. 4J" AT. 5 A f fnn nnn. U , . . the late Harry S. Harkness, and Wal ton Byars, of Louisville, acting reve nue agent on behalf of the common wealth of Kentuckv. and Afcfcnrnp.v Hogan Yancey, on behalf of Fayette County, filed suit in the Fayette County Court against Mrs. Flor ence S. Harkness, widow of the multi millionaire, executrix, and John W McMiller, named as executor of the f ; g" S Lfarkness, for the recovery of back taxes. o- THAT TEBIUBLE HEADACHE. - Do ,you have periodic attacks of headache accompanied by sickness of the stomach or vomiting, a sallow skin and dull eyes? If so, you can get quick relief by taking Cham berlain's Tablets as directed for bil iousness, and you may be able to avoid these attacks if you observe the directions with each package. (adv.) ' ' i o People these days pay a quarter to see a movie actress grlnj whereas it used to cost a dollar to hear a, regu lar actor bellow. 4 ' A GREAT ECONOMY BE CAUSE OFJXp WEAR "After a trip to Kilauea, the active volcano of Hawaii, my, Neslin-soled shoes were the only, ones not abso lutely ruined. Many in our a party wore hob-nailed boots," said Miss Jean P. Lane of Seattle, Washington. The sharp jagged lava of Kilauea cuts an ordinary sole to pieces quickly. That 'tfeelin Soles stood the test but emphasizes their toughness and dur ability. These qualities are built into them by a scientific process. Women and men and children, too who are hard on shoes should 'buy them with JNeolin Soles. They come in many' styles, and because of the extra wear they give, are a great economy. And any repairman will re-soe your wornshoes with Neelin Soles, which are flexible and waterproof as well as long-wearing. They are made by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed to outwear all other heels. Ileolin Soles JnSti KufcfU. U.S. Fit. Of. -" 1 Wjlmoth's ' Fresh Home Baked Brpaids, Cakes, ri ;es, ries. etc.- Daily Fresl Meats,Roasts,Stealcs, Chops, Faney Goods, . Farnous Coffees and Teas WILMOTH Grocery Co, -v Phone ?r, ill 1 i v III J . : . N I I . : ' '- f if"'' t III ' , . vf - s U II ' II V. . ' - - '. ''U '-y :. LET THE 1 0 '. -. ' ' "FQRDSpN" . . ' : , :" v -" DO YOUR WORK ?"' ' III H on your farm" with a frordson ( I I Tractor? Let our , regular Tractor man ''. . demonstrate the fordspn to you. I Ruggles Motor Co. I Bank Row, Paris, Ky.J ' I- III li H Thought He Was "Kidding." One day a Dublin grave digger work ing very 'hard broke his spade. He lent his little son for a new one and told him to tell the shopkeeper he would pay him when he was finished. When the boy came back empty-handed, his father asked him why he did not bring the spade. "Because," said the boy, "he chased me away when I told him you would pay him when yu came out of the grave." Take a few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets a directed for indigestion, and you will soon forget vabout your stomach troubles. Try it. (AdT. Fab) THE Tobacco Warekouse Co. Total Sales for the Season 6,116,245 Pounds r x For $2,597,002.58; Average $42.47 We hold the season average for the Paris y Market and State of Kentucky ' 7. "' The, Bourbon We I " . ",Sk GEO. W. DAVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Motor Equipment both;phones-day 137,- night 299 Corner Fifth and Pleasant Streets, Paris, Ky. 256 Hereford, Angus and Shorthorn Steers for Sale. Weight 600 to l.tofi lbs. Ckoice quality. " If interested write your wants. HARRY I. BALL, Fairfield, Iwa. 14-2t) BOURBON r (Incorporated) I 5 (Sorts Shown In Proof of Above Claims.) v '? Lead the Plenty of Room to Get Drive Right In! Tobacco WarehoBstf Co. (Incerpcnted) PARIS, KCNTUCKY 19 i Make Yonr Milk Deliveries BY TRACTION Ky. Traction & Terminal Co. r' V ...i.- ,1 tv , State ! In! k? 4 "os- r I ;ji i C? . -1 A --r '