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&V "" Max six THE BOlJllBOlf HEWSlPAXK,: XEiMEll TRIDAT, MillCH 14, 111. XI . "feVv v -t A 4 ' ' V You'ref Bilious J Take Cascarets Pleasant relief for liver .and bowels, and cost 10c a box no gripe! Feel grand! Be efficient! Clean your torpid liver and sluggish bow els with good, harmless Casc&rets. They don't gripe or sicken. Give your in sides a good cleaning and rid yourself of headaches, "bilious spells, dizziness, sallowness, bad breath, stomach sourness, gases, etc. Cheer up! Get a 10-ent box from any drug store. Also best cathartic for "bilious, constipated children tastes like candy, but never fails. Cascar eta work while you sleep. (adv) SHOTOR TRUCK WATT, SERVICE DISCONTINUED. The motor truck mail service es--tablished as an experiment some time s&go between Paris, Cynthlana and Falmouth has been discontinued. 'The inspectors who watched the ex periment submitted a report to the effect that the service had been very little patronized and that it was a needless expense. In which the gen eral public concurred. PIMPLY? WELL, DON'T BE! Beople Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets AJimpIy face will not embarrass yo jnuchtfonger if you get a package of Dc Edwards Olive Tablets. The skin should begknto clear after you have taken the tablets? a few nights. Cieaase the blood,the bowetsand tbetiver iwthBn Edwards' Olive Tablets, the successful-substitute for calomel; there's never any itckness or pajn after taking them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that whichcajomel does, and just aseffectivdy, but their action is gentle and safe instead of severa-and irritating. No -one who takes Oihre Tablets is ever cursed with "a dark brown taste," a bad teeath, a dull, listless, no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets jase a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their oSve color. Dr. Edwards spent years among pa tients affiic&ed with liver and bowel compiamts, nd Olive Tablets are the immensely effective result Take one or two nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look. 20C and 25c per box. All druggists. Plant Flowering Shrubs Now JPIwerins ahrubc &r 'Viduafe laM cap material. TJiey at economical Weatuw -they mature rapMty. x food collection will present the greatest variety of .color tarouyout tM aeaaen both in flowera feUase a4 berries. W'e Jiave.. ever. lM, va rieties described In enr catalogue, Yktefc will be sent free oa request. 1 , " - Both TfCrescentSfc Phones 11 $t Mathews 3W' NOTICE! Fruit and Shade Trees 4 Sbrawberry Plants Climbing Vines Seed Potatoes Raspberries Grape Vines Perennials - . Hedgeing Roses Etc Everything for the Orchard, " Lawn and Garden. Free Illustrated Catalogs. NO AGENTS. H. F. HILLENMEYER &S0NS CAIDIEAE G3B01fS':aSK$-.'SUPi PORT FOR W.S.S. WORK J s Cardinal Gibbons has tesued a call o his fellow countrymen" to give thej heartiest support to the Governrt ment's campaign to promote the sale, of War Savings'8 Stamps. 'The apl peal of Cardinal Gibbons reads as follows: . t , "By continuing the sale of Wari of War Savangs Stamps. 'Tfte, ap-i Government has offered to every' man, woman and child anopportun ity for the display of practical peace time citizenship by becoming an in vestor in the securities of his coun try. It also offers to each an oppor tunity for self-improvement by giv-J ing a chance to save small amounts! regularly and systematically anch to investigate them wisely. "In the hard school of war we have learned much that should be of value to us and to our country In the days of readjustment. We have learn the necessity of saving. Indeed it was saving that brought us the vic tory the willingness of the people to save money, to save coal, to save food. The man, woman or child whb "has learned to spend wisely and look forward to the future, and to lay only 'helping himself, but is becoming-a" better and more useful citizen. "We should welcome the opportunity-afforded by our Government to continue the saving habit To buy War Savings Stamps is the clear duty of every American citizen, young and old. "1 urge all our clergy to promote this campaign by every means in their -power. I urge the good people to give it their heartiest support and "from the splendid evidences of their patriotism shown in the last two years, I am confident that it will meet with great success. "I Shall follow with profound in terest the result of this movement, for much of the future of our blessed country -will depend upon the out come. "J. 'CARDINAL. GIBBONS." te !5& oj-j v- - iSw TtJfflf WW Bay Wisido-w (Lenses. Toric Lenses are curved lenses, which have many advantages over the old flat styles. Toric Lenses combine efficiency and beauty. Toric Lenses widen the angle of vision and are more becoming. Why not have your ,old correction ground into the new Toric style? Our prompt and efficient service cost you no 'more than service less good. Dr. Wm. Riley Franklin Suite 205-6 First National Bank, Both Phones. Paris, Ky. Aetna-Auto Combination Policies Protect Against Fire Theft Collision Property Damage - Liability And Other Casualties a. j. fe:e AGENT E"EE. t;s I Tobacco m Cottonl . ATjJL GRADES See Us For , The Best Price twin Bros. j1? T zm?: , erivssis P'C&M r ki'im&E. avVSJfa5sSty ii ii IRKED YEARS ON IIS FORMULA Chemist Made Meritone Medicine of Merit Contains 'Six teen Ingredients The wonderful merit of Meritone as a medicine for the ills of the hu man system is due to the .years of a trained chemist spent on Meri- f tone's formula. This trained chemist would not release Meritone for sale toithe gen eral public until he felt satisfied in his own mind that it was a medicine for the stomach, liver or kidneys, ca tarrh, rheumatism, nervousness, lack of appetite and the like, without a superior anywhere. The expert knowledge this man had of vegetable medicinal ingredi ents probably is one of the big rea sons why Meritone is such an unusal medicine. After much experimenting he selected sixteen such vegetable medicinal ingredients and "blended them into the one highly beneficial medicine, Meritone. - Because of its real merit, the suc cess Meritone has- gained is not sur prising. It was confidently expected. Thousands of men and1 women in many different States praise Meri tone highly because relief it has given them and hold it as the medi cine of their jchoice is cases of sys tem ills. Meritone; is sold exclusively in Paris by G. S. Varden & Son. (adv) Dietetic Habits. Some people eeem to think that a vegetarian is a curiosity. A rough calculation shows that the population of the world, now estimated approxi mately at 1,600,000,000, is said to be divided as to dietetic habits about as follows: Strict vegetarians, 250,000, 000; practically vegetarians, but eat ing a little fish or flesh, 450,000,000; eating meat about once a week (on high days and holidays), 500,000,000; eating meat daily and sometimes more than once a day, 400,000,000. FORGOT WHAT HE NEEDED. From the Republican, Mt. Giliad, Ohio: "The editor had an interesting experience some time ago, when a young gentleman caine to this office and asked for a copy of the Morrow County "Republican. He scrutinized it it carefully when copy was handed him, and then said: 'Now I know!' 'What is it, you are looking for," we inquired.- 'My 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." TJhe 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 permitted, to say nothing of the injustice to mak ers of good goods and the disap pointment of customers. (adv) mar) . o Method. "How did you get the reputation of being so wise?" VI talkwith a man till 'I discover something he doesn't know anything about. Then I pretend to explain it to him." Washington Sta' "h? TOR A BAD COLD. Take Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy. It has stood the test of tiaje and can be depended upon. ' (adv) mar) BRIGHTER- EVENINGS Nothing i.adds to the pleasures of a home, or makes life more worth living, than a well illumi nated house. Vise Qlectricity Tor Cigtoftg . It's the only satisfactory way. use Sets WpMttdM It's the only sensible plan. Let-tit Fir You Up For the Use of Both Electricity tod Cat. iniWn 011 HW . Cooking OT NEWS TO jD The papers 11 -through Central Kentucky for the past few weeks have been brimful of sale advertise ments, and, it looked for a while as if the whole worlds of farmers had,; made up their minds to .leave off till ing the soil, or at least'they seemed to be seeking new lpcations. Andall this required-the selection of a good advertising medium. Every week's issue has proved the efficacy of THE NEWS as an adver tising mediiim. All the people read THE NEWS every member of the family reads THE NEWS and ev erybody knows what a valuable terri tory it' has covered in disseminating the news and advertising-in the past. Advertisements in THE NEWS have brought the advertisers substantial results. Then, too, everybody knows that THE 'NEWS has a modern, up-to-date, 'well-equipped job printing plant, under the supervision of men who know every phase of the busi ness. Advertisers have sought the col umns of THE NEWS because they knew they would get results. They have told us so, and therefore, there is no harm in "blowing our own horn' just a little bit. In the future those who have unsuccessfully tried other means of publicity would do well to come to THE NEWS. It pays to advertise and especially so in THE NEWS. mm tobacco FACTS FROM THE CYCLOPAEDIA Ins Ose of Flavorings Deter nmes Difference In Brands Ths Encyclopaedia Britannica says about: the manufacture of smoking to bacco: ". . .on the Continent and in America, certain 'sauces' are employed . . . the use of the 'sauces' is to improve the flavour and burning qualities of the leaves." Which indicates that a smoker's enjoyment depends as much upon the flavoring used as upon the tobacco. Your nose is a sure guide in the mat ter of flavorings. Try this simple test itheveral tobacco brands: pour some tobacco into your palm, rub briskly, and smell. You will notice a distinct difference in the fragrance of every brand. The tobacco that smells best to you will smoke best in your pipe, you can rest assured. Carefully aged, old Burley tobacco, plus a dash of pure chocolate, gives TUXEDO Tobacco a pure fragrance your nose can quickly distinguish from any other tobacco. Try it and lee. EACH WEEK-PBOTES-V; THE BOURBON Tobacco Warehouse Co. Total Sales for the ' o 6,116,245 Pounds For $2,597,002.58; Average $42.47 We hold the season average for the Paris Market and State of Kentucky , (Books Shown in Proof of Above Claims.) ' fc - ,A We Lead the The Bourbon ' - - I There has becfn J no-raise in price TO iV ' l' 51 KT This economical table -bsvcr&pe cordmncs to be.fhe looicc- r of ihg coffee when health, or "eth er reasons dictate a ie-o 9k NOTABlTOrmSTE m B M. m nil A MAN AND HIS WIFE ) LEVY, THE DRY Cumberland Phone 40 (Incorporated) Plenty of Room to Get ' v Drive Right In! Tobacco Warehouse Co. tfH . -OTS- drmksr may both derive saiisfaction by having their worn aid soiled garments cleaned by us. The cost is nominal, while the pleas ure of wearing old clothes that have the appearance of new, in conjunction with the knowledge that you are effecting a great ving, must surely satisfy you. A phone brings us. GLEANER Home Phone 169 In! . Season wvr'wM ;M-aB'-.Br , ? Jb I a (Incorparattd) . Lexing ton, Kentflcky v X2S-MO) ' Paris Gas & Electric Co. . PARIS, KENTUCKY V' HtHHMaifl i h. , v fw f V i Department Store .Main anti 7th Paris, Ky.