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V- - V f Si - ?' vr? JT ? - TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 191$. THE BOVEBON fBEOTS, PABIS, KEHTTTCKT BA J- i"5 v" To Se Is to Believe. "If I come In your yard will your flog bite me?" asked Weary Willie, "I'm not cert&tn, mister," replied the woman of the house, "but the man who sold him to us says that he'll chase a tramp 10 miles without stopping. But I'm not going to believe it till I see it done."-'People's Home Journal. War Macaroni. Somebody Is complaining of the size of the war macaroni. We have always preferred the 44-calibre kind to the sort they call wermlcelli, as Samlvel Weller would say. CUT YOUR SHOE BILLS "Heretofore, soles never lasted me more than three months, because my work keeps me walking constantly on cement. But I have worn a pair of Neolin Soles now for more than three months, and judging from their present condition, they will last three times as long." So says G. L. Kerr, manager of an automobile organization in Geneva, N. Y. This extra wear given by Neolin Soles not only makes the shoes soled with them cheaper by the year than other shoes, but the price you pay in the first place is sometimes less than for shoes of only ordinary wear. You can get Neolin-soled shoes in many styles for every member of the family. Try these long-wearing, com fortable and waterproof soles on your worn shoes too. All good repair shops have them. They are made by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., of Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed to outwear all other heels. fteoliii Soles lado Mark Be. U. S. Jtt. OC NOTICE! Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants Climbing Vines Seed Potatoes Raspberries Grape Vines Perennials Hedgeing Roses Etc. Everything for the Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Free Illustrated Catalogs. NO AGENTS. H. F. HILLENMEYER &S0NS Lexington, Kentucky (28-mo) Plant Flowering Shrubs Now fcv Wtowettm afcnriM ar valuable l&aa mp material. They &r ecoaontoal 1c&use they mature rapidly. good collection will prevent th greateet -variety of color throarout tka season both in flowers, folia and berries. We have over lit va sietie described in our catalogue rhieh will be eot tree on request; Both Crescent 52 Phones ft Mathews; 5W Aetna-Auto Combination Policies Protect Against Fire . Theft Collision Property Damage Liability And Other -' ' Casualties ' . A: J. FEE AGRNT WHOLE FAMILY TAKES MERITONE Man So Pleased With It He Gets Meritone For Wife and Children Ed. Evans, a well-known and pros perous farmer of Fayette county, near Lexington, Ky., tried Meritone and It did him so much good that he went back to the drug store and got a supply for the whole family wife, children and all. On his return to the drug store he said: "I'm delighted with this Meritone. "I was weak and felt tired out all the time. In fact, I had influenza and never did get over it right. I couldn't eat or sleep right. Why, the sight of food sometimes turned me against it. At night I'd just toss and roll and couldn't get my rest. "I eat and sleep fine and feel good since taking Meritone. I got to bed at 7 or 8 o'clock at night and get right to sleep and sleep straight through to morning. Then, when I get up, I've got the appetite for a big breakfast. "Yes, sir, I'm delighted with Meri tone and I want some more for my wife and children." Thousands of people in many States are taking Meritone and praise it highly. Meritone is best for those ills most common for ailing condi tions of the stomach, liver or kid neys, catarrh, rheumatism and the like. Meritone is sold exclusively in Paris by G. S. Varden & Son. (adv) KENTUCKY WAR WORKERS PRE SENTED WITH MEDALS The presentation of three patriotic medals to Edward L. Hines, president of the Kentucky Council of De fense; Frederick M. Sackett, Ken tucky Federal Food Administrator, and Mr3. Wm. D. Cochran, in memory of the patriotic service of her late hushand, featured the session of the State Conference on State Prohlems, held in Lexington at the University of Kentucky under the auspices of the Kentucky Council of Defense. With the medal to Mrs. Cochran was presented a memorial resolution nassed by the Council praising his 'work as Chairman of the Committee on Health and Education and de claring that he gave his life for his country. Mr. Cochran died suddenly sev eral weeks ago in Cincinnati while returning to his home in Maysville. The thr.ee medals were presented by Capt. Charles F. Huhlein, of Lou isville, on behalf of the Kentucky Committee of the National Institute of Social Sciences, which includes Mrs. Cteo. C. Avery, chairman; Mrs. James B. Speed, of Louisville; Mrs. T. Hoyt Gamble and Capt. Huhlein. There is tnore Catarrh in this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years it was supposed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local treatment, pronounced incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and there fore requires constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catrarrh Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is taken internally and acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. One hun dred dollars reward is onerea ior any case that Hail's Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for circularaand testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Onio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion. (adv) mar) BRIGHTER. EVENINGS Nothing adds to the pleasures of a home, or makes life more worth living, ttian a well illumi nated house. 9se Olectricitu Tor Dgbtina It'sthe only satisfactory way. use Sets . for Beating and CooKiiig It's the" only sensible plan. Let Us Fix You Up . ; For the Use of Both : Electricity ind Gas. vssn r - i a Paris Gas & Electric Co. llaoorpmtai) SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Comings and Goings of Our People Here, There and Elsewhere. Mr. J. Cal Holt, of Grand Rap ids, Mich,, is a guest of his brother, Mr. J. Harry Holt, near Paris. Mrs. Walter Payne left Saturday morning for a visit to relatives and friends in Warsaw, Kentucky. Mrs. James P. Reynolds, of Cyn thiana, is a guest of friends In this city. She will visit here several weeks. Mr. O. T. Wagoner lias returned from a ten-days' stay at the Carlsbad Springs Hotel, at Dry Ridge, in Grant county.' Miss Amye Graham has return ed to her home in Falmouth after a pleasant visit to friends in this city and county. Mrs. James M. Arnold, of New port, is a guest of her brothers, Thos. Hart Talbott and Wm. Garrard Tal bott, near Paris. Mrs. James C. Dedman was a week-end guest of her sisters, Mrs. R. B. Hutchcraft and Miss Sallie Ash brook, in this city. Mrs. Lynn Phillips has returned to her home in Paris after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mason, in Harrison county. Miss Dell Eva Wasson has re turned to her home .near Versailles after a visit of several days to Mrs. Carrie Woodford, near Paris. Dr. H. M. Hamilton was called to Yorktown, Indiana, last week by the serious illness of his wife, who has been visiting relatives there. Miss Lela Scoggan, society edi tor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, is a guest of her uncle, Mr. J. J. Red mon, and Mrs. Redmon and family, near North Middletown. Miss Ruth Wheeler, fourteen-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wheeler, who recently under went a serious operation at St. Joseph's Hospital, in Lexington, is improving. Mr. Roy F. Clendenin has re turned from Charleston, West Vir ginia, where he attended a meeting of the West Virginia General Agents of the Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co. While there Mr. Clen denin was a guest of General Agents C. M. and H. M. Taylor. (Other Personals on Page 5) o FARMERS ASK APPOINTMENT OP COUNTY AGENT. At a mass-meeting of farmers of Bourbon county, held at the court house, plans were fully discussed for securing the appointment of a coun ty agent for Bourbon county. The meeting was well-attended, and was presided over by Hon. Matt S. Cohen, Commissioner of Agriculture for Kentucky. J. Morgan Hughes, of Bowling Green, Extension Agent of the College of Agriculture, was also present, and delivered an interesting address. In his address Mr. Hughes stated that sixty-two counties in the State had County Agents and demonstra tors, and that in ever instance they had proven to be of great advantage to the farmers and the housewives. He said that although Bourbon county had a wealth of soil fertility in some sections and in some fields, there were other localities that need ed a "soil doctor." He said that more silos were needed in the county and that with the proper interest manifested the county could become a great alfalfa and sweet clover pro ducer, both of which, he stated, are good soil builders. He told the farmers that knowledge of a balanc ed ration to be fed to sheep, hogs and cattle was little known and that great improvement could be had through such agencies. Bourbon county; with all its wealth, he said, could grow in knowledge of the farm and soil fertility, crop rotation, care of livestock and the diversity of the field crops and could thereby save thousands of dollars now going to waste. o SURELY IS SOME WOMAN! Miss Mary Scott Gayle, 60 years old, has never needed the services of a physician, nor had toothache. Re cently, she fell down the stairs, and it was thought she had fractured her shoulder. To the amazement of the family, her shoulder was wrenched back in place, and she suffered no ill effects, returning at once to her household duties. o FORGOT WHAT HE NEEDED. From the Republican, Mt Giliad, Ohio": "The editor had an "interesting experience some time ago, when a young gentleman catne to this office and asked for a copy of the Morrow County Republican. He scrutinized it it, carefully when, a copy was handed him, and then said: 'Now I know! 'What is it you are looking for we inquired: 'Mr wife sent me after a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy, and I forgot the name. I went to. several stores and the clerks named over everything in the line on the shelf except 'Chamberlain's' I'll try again, and I'll never go home with out Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." The Republican would suggest to the proprietors of stores, that they post their clerks, and" never let them sub stitute. Customers lose faith in stores where substituting is penitted, to say nothing f the injustice to mak ers of good goods and the disap pointment of customers. (adv) mar) HISTORIC ROCK POUND A large rock bearing the letters and figures "D. B., 1776," the initials of Daniel Boone, found in a woodland, in Nicholas county, near Blue Lick Springs, has been presented to the State Historical Society by Dr. E, F. Knox, of Versailles. GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT! STOP DANDRUTP AND BEAUTIFY YOUR TTATR. Hair Stops Palling Out md Gets Ames, wavy,- strong .:ia Beautiful, Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a "Danderine hair cleanse.' Just try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair., Besides beautifying the hair at once, Danderine dissolves every parti cle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigorates the scalp, forever stop ping itching and falling hair. ' But what pleases you most will be after a .few weeks' use when you will actually see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair and lots of it, surely get a small bottle of Knowl ton's Danderine from any druggist or toilet counter for a few cents. (adv) o iron in Ukralnla. Within the boundaries of Ukral nia are found the principal available deposits of iron ore in Kussia. The development of the iron ore deposits of the Krivoi Rog district has been mainly responsible to) the rapid growth of the Russian iron and steel industry, which now depends to an extent of about 70 per cent on the Iron ore in the southern part of the country. Swift-Running Animals. The swiftest dog in the world, the borzoi, or Russian wolfhound, has made record runs that show 75 feet In a second, while the gazelle has shown measured speed of more than 70 feet a second, which would give it a speed of 4,500feet in a minute if the pace cOjUld be kept up. EAT A TABLET! STOP DYSPEPSIA AT ONCE Pape's Diapepsin Instantly Relives a Sour, Gassy or Acid Stomach. When meals hit back and your stomach is sour, acid, gassy, or you feel full and bloated. When you have heavy lumps of pain or head ache from indigestion. Here is in stant relief! p Just as soon as you eat a tablet or two of Pape's Diapepsin all the dys pepsia, indigestion and stomach distress ends. These pleasant, harm less tablets of Pape's Diapepsin never fail to make upset stomachs feel fine at once, and they cost very little at drug stores. (adv) o In Russia bricks made of coal dust combined with molasses are resin, are used for paving. INTERURBAN SCHEDULE CARS LEAVE Lexington Por Paris A. M. 6.00x A. M. 7:20 A. M. 8:50 A. M. 10:20 A. M. 11.50 Paris Por Lexington A. M. 6:45 A. M. A. M. A. M. 7:215x 8:15 9:45 A. M. 11:15 P. M. 12:45 P. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. 1:20 2:50 4:20 6:00 7:20 9:10 P. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. 2:15 3:45 5:15 6:50 8:15 P. M. 11:00 P. M. 10:05 (x) Daily except Sunday. KENTUCKY TRACTION AND TER MINAL COMPANY r Wilmoth's Fresh HomelBaked Breads, Cakes, Pies, Etc. Daily Fresh Meats,Roasts,Steaks, Chops, Fancy Goods. Famous Coffees and Teas WILMOTH Grocery Co. Phone 376 L MiikiMLmwwmmMiHiMiiiirwMn, Wolf, Wile & Co. LEXINGTON, INTRODUCING THE NBW STYLES FOR SPRING AND SUMMER NINETEEN NINETEEN . The Tailormade Suit In a diversity of styles fashioned in tricotine, serge, poiret tsrill and gabardine, portraying the new silhouette. ' The New Spring Coats Coats of Cape and Dolman type, developed on slender, straight lines, seem to be the most favored for spring wear. The little graces and elegances of detail in the contour of the collars and shoulders, the finesse of sleeve and cuff detail, express exclusiveness of the highest order. The New Spring Dresses The narrow silhouette dominates the new dresses, too, and embodies them with a youthfulness that is refresh ing. Cunning little pleats, puffings, draperies and the loveliest little sashes and bows adorn these new styles most becomingly. The New Spring Skirts - Beautiful plaid and stripe woolens, satin, georgette, crepe chene, Fan-ta-si silks in all colors and soft moon glo satins feature our unusually pretty line of separate skirts. Wolf, Wile C& Co. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY ifi j mt I ill Mm i iw 1 1 mi ji I iii j iii j mj i iii I Here's the big work, little -" j cost tractor the Titanf THE Titan 10-20 has been on the market foe" years, and has made good without reservation, j 10 horsepower at the draw bar 20 horsepower at the belt. A well-balanced tractor that is suited to all farm power work. It drives easily, affords maximum pull ing power for its weight, and is suited in every way to t the general run of farm work. Not too large for the j small farm, yet large enough to handle a great volume of work. Use it with an Oliver Plow i We recommend that you use an Oliver plow with your Titan tractor because it means the best: plowing under all conditions. The combined rolling coulter and jointer buries all trash and weeds at the bottom of the furrow; the stop device maintains an even depth of furrow; the plow points enter and leave the ground first, making it possible to plow dear to the ends of the field; and the trip rope control operates easily from the driver's seat on the tractor. We have a full line of Oliver plovi as well as tha iTitaa tractor here at our salesroom. C. S. BALL GARAGE jam ' r TJFTPT!iaWsL ' ' asgJT I sflBBBaMMaEBflaaBSflSBBSsWaBSKissssssSflSSflSSflSBStt SBBBjHBSBjBBBBrBKBFaSJBBffBBwB x- - fa'aMHsWMMasjasyirTsaTTM Quality Printing! Absolute Satisfaction is one: of the Kequisites ot I he ueparcmenc. v i KENTUCKY m I i m j nt mg wmj mm m mwm mmmm lews Job PHntlnj rial Order Sol i El B mH i-18 .! ! i f J h U 'i ( i I ft I t.