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f TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1919.
td Bouraoir tows, ,irat ,ranTuc&; pin Prays for Red Hair. At a religious meeting In Pennsyl vania a youth asked the prayers of the pastor and people in order that he might become redheaded. It seems that his hair was of a yellowish-white shade that was no color at all. He had heard the red heads were good scrap pers, and he was praying the Lord to fire him red hair so that he might go forth o fight the kaiser. There's something in this, too, and there's an Idea abroad that a regiment of auburn haired Amazons could put a crimp in the Prussian quicker than a whole di vision of mere chocolate-haired men. For love or war give us the locks of flame. Los Angeles Times. FORMER STAHIP RATE GOES ACK JULY FIRST. Postmaster J. Walter Payne has received an official communication from the Postoffice Department to the effect that postage rates on all first class mail matter will be reduced af ter July 1st to the rates in force on. October 3, 1917, the two-cent stamp replacing the three-cent o-ne and the one-cent postal card replacing the present two-cent variety. . The new Victory stamps of the three-cent denomination, issued in commemoration of the successful out come of the war, is not intended to take the place of the regular issue of three-cent stamps, and will be sup plied only to patrons who request them. The design, which is in. pur ple, represents a standing figure of Liberty with a background composed of the flags of America, England, Belgium and Italy, the countries most actively engaged in the war. Method. -How did you get the reputation of being so wise?" "I talk with a man till I discover something he doesn't know anything about. Then I pretend to explain it to him." Washington Stsr. . V If Raymond Robins would be hap pier among his Bolshevik friends in Russia, let him not stand on the or der of his going. CLOTHING NEEDED " FOR FRENCH REFUGEES. THE FEW CENTS DESTROYS YOUR DANDRUFF AND STOPS FALLING HAIR Save Your Hair! Make It Thick, Wavy and Beautiful. Try This! Our Clientele Grows Not Upon Promises but upon Performances Wc are Plonters lit Dry Cleaning and Dyeing In Business Since 1836 Prompt Deliveries . THE TEASDALE CO. 625-927 Walnut St. CINCINNATI (mar4-lmo) Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp; ' of dandruff that awful scurf. There is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its lustre, its strength and its very ilfe; eventually producing a feverish ness and itching of the scalp, which if not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die then the hair falls out fast. A little Dander ine to-night now any time will surely save your hair. Get a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first ap plication your hair will take on that life, lustre and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appearance of abundance, an incomparable gloss and softness; but what will please you most will be after just a few weeks' use, when you will actually see a lot of fine, downy hair new hair growing all over the scalp. (adv) o It has justabout gotten so in this country that the kind of man who talks Bolshevism and sponges on his relatives is called a radical. For Influenza! For influenza and after effects, use K. U. Tablets. They build up your nerves and stomach; rid the system of all aches, pains and tired feelings. They restore vigor and vim. They are fine for headache and rheumatism. The contents of K. U. Tablets .are used by all of the best physicians of the country. Don't be without them in your hepne. Once tried they nre always used. They are put up in 10c and 25c boxes and are for sale by all druggists and groceries. Distributed by the K. TT. CHEMICAL CO.. 568 McClelland Building, 7feb-3mos) Lexington, Ky. Word has just come to Lake Di vision headquarters in France that the need for clothing among hun. dreds of thousands of refugees in France is even more imperative than food. That is the substance of a statement contained in the report of fifty investigators of the American Red Cross working among the 200, 000 refugees gathered in and about Paris. The report says: "Most of the refugee families man age to nourish themselves on the Government allowance and their small wages, but they are by no means able to clothe themselves. As the present prices of clothing in France are prohibitive, the need for this kind of assistance is obvious. Accordingly, we decided tdgive food only when special nourishment was ordered by a physician, but to con tinue to look after the clothing need as imperative." It is estimated that the German invasion of France and Belgium made wanderers of 1,250,000 for merly happy country people of these countries. Now that the conflict is over and the occupied territories of France and Belgium have been liberated,, these refugees are hastening back to their former homes in large num bers. They have no thought of the ruins, the cold weather, or their condition as regards sufficient cloth ing, only the longing to get back to thefr homes, occupy their minds. In passing their ruined villages and towns, they can be seen standing in the doorway of houses which have for their roofs nothing but a sheet of canvas which sags under the weight of the snow. Smoke curls up from a hole in the ground an,d in vestigation of its source discloses a family of four or live huddled about a fire in the cellar of a completely wrecked home. The children wear old blankets and the parents work and sleep in a ragged patch-work of costumes. To the Red Cross man, who visits them, the mother says: "We would not mind if we only had a, few clothes to keep us warm while we worked. My boy has not left the fire for three days. It's so cold outside and he has nothing but a blanket to put around him." The gift of a pair of socks by a passing American doughboy to an old peasant at Conflans brought tears of joy. The old fellow talks about his socks unceasingly. Another wears a pair of overalls that were presented to him by an American, as proudly as if it were a dress suit. Of food they have little, but of clothes they have practically none. o Old Ways of Telling Time. In remote ages the .laonnpse and Chinese used a knotted wick to record time, two feet In length. The wick burned slowly and each knot recorded an hour. Phllippl II of Spain is laid to have used an oil lamp for the same purpose. The oil was contained in a glass receptacle, on which was a scale marking the hours from four In the afternoon to eight the next morn ing, and the height of the liquid upon the scale would show the time. A 12 inch candle, of gvhich three Inches would burn awny In an hour, Is sup posed to have been used by King Alfred. ADVERTISING MAN SPEAKS Says Meritone Helped His Nerves and Brought Vigor and . Energy , . i I Want a Man I desire the assistance of at least one man in this commu nityall or part of his timer-on a financial proposition of great merit. I am willing to arrange un usual remuneration for this work and can give cordial support and co-operation to the man who un dertakes it. Liberal advertising through the Press. If interested, I wish you would give this matter a thor ough and complete investigation. Call on or address T. T. Beeler W. R. Arnold, advertising agent for the Vendome, the largest theatre at Nashville, talked willingly for publication recently regarding his experience with Meritone, the new system medicine. "I'm glad to give a statement for Meritone," Mr. Arnold said. "I was so extremely nervous I could hardly sleep at all at night be fore I took Meritone. I'do lie awake half the .night and, of course, the next morning I felt tired out. "Finally, I started losing strength and then I couldn't do my work right. "I can notice a big change since taking Meritone. I go to sleep eas ily at night now and I feel fine when I get up in the mornings. I've got back my old energy and ambition. "I've got a great appetite now, too. I'm eating regular meals again. "I'm to take a new advertising po sition with Ringling's Circus soon and I'm feeling so well that I expect to make a record with them." Meritone is highly .recommended for stomach, liver or kidney trouble, catarrh, rheumatism, nervousness and other ailing conditions of the system. Meritone is sold exclusively in Paris by G. S. Varden & Son. (adv) o One advantage a woman smoker has over a man is that she can drop her ashes in her lap. o What has become of the old-fashioned anti who used to argue that "whiskey is a food?" o FOKGOT 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. '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 oyer everything in the line on the spelf 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 perfmitted, to say nothing ofi the injustice to mak ers of good goods and the disap pointment of customers. (adv) mar) Wi. OLD SHOES mm w m Keep 8m1IIng. Best advice of all is contained In the last words of the chorus of a pop ular song: "Smile smile smile l" However, you must smile from the heart, not merely twitching facial mus cle mechanically, but flashing a mes sage of friendliness and jollity from the heart. Burlington Hawkeye. Dietetic Habits. Some people seem to think that a vegetarian la a curiosity. A rough calculation shows that the population of the world, now estimated approximately-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 dally and sometimes more than once a day, 400,000,000. 'I had Neolin Soles put on my shoes wore these shoes every day for fifteen months, then .had Neelin half soles put on. They are still in good condition." writes F. T: Evans, of Seattle, Washington. This is cutting shoe bills down to the minimum through Neolin Soles. Any one can do this if he will follow Mr. Evans example, and have his shoes re-bottomed with Neslin Soles. These tough, durable soles cost no more than soles that give only ordinary wear. And all good repair shops have them. Neolin Soles come on new shoes, too in many styles for men, women and children. They are created by Science to be all that rc!es should be -comfortable 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 any other heels. neolin Soles m fcKto Mart Ba. O.8. EaLOC. CAHAL BROS. BAKBER SHOP Prompt and Courteous Attention to Patrons. HOT AND .COLD BATHS Professional Cank, WM, GRANNAA. Attorney-at-Law v BOOMS 401-402 ITBST NATL BANK BTHLDIHG k SAVE e LEATHER LIQUIDS cmc PASTES : For BIack,White,Tano Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes? KEEP YOUR NEAT SHOES SHOE POLISHES EXF,RDAULEr COfiPORATtONS im EtOPFAlC.Vl A MAN AND HIS WIFE - may both derive satisfaction by having their worn and 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. Ft J A phone brings U3. LEVY, THE DRY Cumberland Phone 40 CLEANER Home Phone 169 if1 x ixasxi l KflHXsWI Bourbon Laundry i RAYS & FUNK, Proprietors Constructive Legfstaftfa. First Lawyer What make you think we hall not be able to get this law passed by the legislature? Sec ond Lawyer It's too simple. Almost any one can understand it It ought t be ao complex and vague that nobodj can understand it. Then it la bourn' to pais, .because nobody wooM-sdml' tfcat he didn't understand it. Nev York Bw- Influence and Example. The blossom cannot tell what be comps of its odor, and no man can tell what becomes of his influence and ex ample, that roll away from him and go beyond his ken in their perilous mis sion. -Beecher. Abtarfefog tht Sun's Heat According to an Italian scientist's figure a square mile -of the earth's surface in air hours of sunshine re ceives heat equivalent to the combus tion of more than 2,600 tons of coal. Big Special! 10 Pound Bucket i Pure Lard $2.50 i Telephone No. 4 West Fifh Street I IjL&c, ;SATISFACTION I I wSg' ' 0UR WATCHWORD! jj "J-- With, all the latest improve- !! MJT" P-.- Jg ments in laundry appliances I jjjj iF'o ' .'v-OI' and expert helpers we are JJ II ssBfis- -LI tfcr i prepared to do work infe- X LV Jgasfyss.. J rior to none, and solicit x H "l-JU- 5 8 your patronage. 1 I The Bourbon Laundry -" Paris, Kentucky x K XRXMX eXSBX W. DAVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Motor Equipment BOTH PHSNES-DAY 137; NIGHT 299 Corner Fifth and Pftasant Stmts, Paris, Ky. -i X I I X I xiasK 201 SUrk Bid - Louisville), Kjr. fti5y5L Z4 Optimistic ThatiQht. Ha who reason rules may with wtf ty rale others. At worst, -Germany's new reeime ,ds making a. good Impression ln,com- v MflRGOLEN'S New Toll Rate Effective January 21st, 1919 Order No. 2495 of the Telegraph and Telephone Adminlstrattoa issued hy the Postpiaster General at Washington, December 13th, a mw toll rate is ordered effective Januarry 21, 1919. According to our interpretation of this order the toll rate will to classified as follows: The day rate applies between the hour of 4: St a m. and 8:30 p. m. ' j ,t j rjn ' 'v4i4lrrasJH Night rate between 8:30 and 12 midnight for station-to-itatlonSE sages only, shall be approximately 50 per cent, less than any day raUa. but no night rate for leas than 25 cents. ' Another night rate between 12 midnight and 4:30 a. m. shall be ap proximately 75 per cent, less than the day rate, but no night rata Um than 25 cents. . ? Person-to-person message shall be approximately 25 per tmti higher than station-to-station rate. . ' i i Appointment calls shall be approxifmately, GO per cent, higher tfcaxv station-to-station calls. Calls which require service of a messenger shall take tht aifolat ment rate, plus cost of messenger fee. A report charge of approximate 25 per ceat of the station-to sta tion rate win oe maae on au person-to-person calls, when person 4a is not in or will not talk or if party calling is out when connection la pietea witnin one nour arter nimg time. Paris Home Telephone & Telgraph Co. (Iacorioratot.) " m J. J. VEATCH. District Hanacer W. H. CA3IH 01T Local Manarer e baSaJTarisnn wHh nlr! C 4 Send That Next Job of Printing to The Sanitary Meat Market Bourbon News, Best Work; Right Prieee. v "fc- ' It v : M" - "iV -V f; ft V i r ? . .t