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TUESDAY, APHIL '8, 1919.
THE BOTOBOH HEWS, PABIS, KEHTOCKT MM OWNER OF BIG HOTEL HELPED Can Eat Chops and Egs Meritone Put Stomach In Shape. Since "W. J. Cain, of 504 Fifth avenue, south, Nashville, is the owner of a big hotel and sells lots of good things to eat every day, but until recently he could not eat much at all himself. "Meritone fixed me up, though, and put my stomach in such good condition that I can eat a breakfast of pork chops and eggs and enjoy it," Mr. Cain said recently. Though a prominent man, Mr. Cain talked willingly for publication, about .Meritone. "Besides stomach trouble I also wag run down all over," he said. "I felt so weakened and bad that I could hardly force myself to get up in mornings. "Since taking Meritone, however, I feel so well and strong that I'm able to supervise all the v.-ork in my thirty-room hotel." Mr. Cain is only one of many prominent people who have recom mended Meritone because of benefits it has brought them. Meritone has no superior for stomach, liver or kid ney trouble, catarrh, rheumatism and the like or for building up a strong .system. Meritone is sold exclusively in Paris at G. S. Varden & Son's. (adv) o Through seven depots in northern France and Belgium, the Red Cross is distributing clothing to destitute refugees. WHOOPING COUGH. Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to keep the cough coose and expec toration easy. It is execellent. (adv-april) Wilmoth's Fresh Home! Baked Breads, Cakes, Pies, Etc. Daily Fresh Meats,Roasts,Steaks, Chops, Fancy Goods. in TROPHY TBABr ' AKD ' BAUD TO VISIT THIS CITY. A trophy train which is booked "to reach Paris- Sunday, April 20, will contain artillery, arms, accoutre ment and manV articles captured from the Germans, a United States naval band of 30 pieces or more, cap tured German helmets and probably a tank train. These will figure in the campaign for the Victory Loan in Kentucky, according to letters and telegrams received from Cleveland headquar ters by Mr. J. J. Williams chairman of the Speakers' Bureau, and Cor oner Rudolph Davis, publicity direc tor for the Bourbon Division. The band will ,give a concert in Paris on April 20. About 369 helmets have been al- i lotted to this district, which includes1 56 counties. . It is. not. Jniown how they are to .be distributed, but i it is thought that they will, be used as awards for the workers or for large subscribers to the loan. Mrs. Lyman Chalkley, State woman's chairman for the district, has been notified that women work ers will receive medals made from cannon captured at Chateau Thierry, each of which will be engraved with the name of the recipient. The schedule for the band is as follows: April 14 Lexington. April 15 Hazard. April 16 Jackson. April 16 Winchester (night). April 17 Richmond. April 18 Nicholasville. April 19 Georgetown. April 20 Paris. The trophy train will stop at the following towns: April 1'9 Somerset, Burnside, Stearns, Junction City. April 29 Lancaster, Stanford. April 21; Mt. Vernon, Livingston, East Berns'tadt, London and Corbin. April 22 Williamsburg, Barbour ville, Pineville. April 23 Middlesborough, Harlan, Lynch. April 24. Winchester, Beattyville, Jackson. April 25 Hazard, Whitesburg, Fleming. April 26 Mt. Sterling, Olive Hill. April '27 Paintsville, Prestons burg, Pineville. Of the 369 helmets alloted to the Kentucky Division, Bourbon Coun ty will receive 5; Kenton, 36; Camp bell, 34; Payette, 19; Boyd, 13; Ma son, 7; Bell, Clark, Harlan, Harrison and Letcher, 6, and the remainder o the 57 counties in the division, each, - o SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Comings and Goings People Here, There and Elsewhere. of. Our HEED SEOEEAItY FIVES' HOTBES ON SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK. The Field Secretary nf tlio xr, .tucky Sunday Schools, IVfr Dennis i V. fcnapp, of Paris. returns! Worinoo Mr nnrt Mi-c Woifo. moih n-r.A day from an extended trin J Vi in. daughter, MissLbuise, have returned tel?st J?f the Missionary Centenary from n mnfnr n4n4nnnl . an" Other Methodist ChnrMi ftrtran. Miss Tillie Jaynes has returned lza.tlons- His temporary headquarters from Beuna Vista, Florida, where Tere "iad? at, Somerset and from she spent the winter with Mrs. Z. T. , there he visited surrounding towns. Merriett. iast Sunday Mr. Snapp organized a Sunday School at Soule's Chapel, ' Mrs. Edward Smarte has return- ' about five miles from Somerset, and ed to her home in Paris very much Sunday night he addressed the mem improved, after having undergone a Ders of the Somerset Epworth serious, operation at St, Joseph's Hos- League Chapter, which organization pital, in Lexington. j he effected last January with a Char- . niA. n nrM Iter membership of about twenty-five. . ., '" "" "i&c .." """ xne cnapter now nas nearly two hun Shelbyville, recently a member of dred members enrolled Uncle Sam's army,, was a .recent Monday evening, Mr. Snapp deliv guest of Mr. Z. L. Wilcox, secretary ered the Centenary Stereopticon Lec of the Bourbon County Y. M. C. A. j ture at the Ferguson Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pickens, of 51 Tuesday night he was a Havana, Cuba, and New York, are ' , Squ,et eJvn by .the Sun" guests of Mrs. Pickens' parents, Mr. Qi,";"r lTOTUi'ou?cu01 e and Mrs, Jackson Greggs, of High Somerst Methodist Church. On this street. Mrs. Pinions i n n Wnf ' occasion h.e Outlined the-house-to- house membership carrigaign to be in auguratea May 12-24. For the past two months great emphasis'has been laid upon the part the Sunday School is to take in the campaign for Methodist millions. Mr. Alex Baird. - Mr. Jesse Scott, of near Ruddles Mills, who recently underwent a sur gical operation at the Massie Memo rial Hospital. 'in this city-, is reported as being greatly improved, and will Fifteen hundred Sunday Schools of soon be able to leave the institution, j tne Methodist Episcopal Church, (Other Personals on Page5) South, have gone into the Centenary n I records of that, ripnnrmnnfinn no" nna YES, PUBLISHERS WILL BE GIV- j hundred per cent, pledgers. This EN THOSE MEDALS ! nuinuer oi scnoois m many soutnern ' j cities and townships have promised Out of a clear sky and from way to pay five cents per month per pupil down in Kentucky there came to M. enrolled for, five years towards the H. Laundon, publicity director, last missionary work of the church, week, a pointed, pithy question. Vic- j The Centenary Campaign will ask tor V. Vinson, publisher of the Estill for $35,000,000 from the members Tribune, at Irvine, Kentucky, wrote of tne denomination in a great drive on the edge of a proof sheet of the MaY 18-25, and the Sunday School feature plate which bore pictures of allotment which is in addition to the the medal to be awarded all volun- regular campaign, is being completed teer workers in the Victory Loan this n advance of the financial drive of question: I the church. "Do you think the country pub-' Tna following Sunday Schools in lisher will be cited to receive one of i the Kentucky Conference have form these medals?" ally accepted their quota of five A little consideration of what the cents per month per pupil enrolled newspaper publishers have done to , for five years i put the four past loans across and what they are going to do to put the List Victory Loan across made only one answer possible. The answer is yes. o WAR TAUGHT THBUT, SAYS BISHOP DENNEY. of Sunday Schools Accepting Five Cent Allotment. (Corrected To April 4) Covington District School , Amt. Per Butler Boston "The war has brought about many" Carthage i-- hist niri n r nni r Y-nn -c 1 w ! .iiiirir-nit Inn flnlliriR Tlennpv. of the M. E. Mominc WM W V. - J 7 , CATABBH CANNOT BE CUBED Famous Coffees and Teas WILMOTH Grocery Co. Phone 376 With local applications, as they cannot reach the seat" of the disease. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in fluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an internal- remedy.. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts through the blood on the mucous sur faces of the" system.' Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years. It is composed of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the bst blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the ingre dients in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is what produces such wonderful re sults in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free.-v F. J. CHENEY & CO., Proprietors; Toledo, O. All druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion. (adv-april) o More cocoa 200 tons;, of it has just been shipped to France by the American Red Cross. o The French Red ..Cross plans to take care of the graveB of French soldiers buried in the Orient through its committee in Salonica. Month $3.05 2.50 2.00 4.00 1.00 declared Bish-.California View. Church, South, before a gathering of j Danville District. Centenary workers of that denomin- Perryville 10.00 ation in Owensboro, Kentucky, re- London 6.00 cently; "Perhaps the greatest d is- Lancaster 5.00 covery of all is that of the need of Wilmore &Ji , conservation. The people of the 1BarboUrsville"IIIIZ 1.25 world have been great wasters, but Danville 18.75 now we know that many things rele- i Moreland 2.50 gated to the garbage can and the Stanford v 8.33 trash, properly turned over, are valu-1 Middlesboro 5.00 able in sustaining life. During the Junction City " 1.00 years to come thousand upon thous- j-McKendree ' 5100 ands of people, who otherwise would , Mackville 5.00 have sunk under the rule of shiftless--ness and inefficiency, will be enabled to build strong bodies' and ccheerf til homes because of the things which have been learned through the war. Itf'time these":facts may have come to us anyway, but, without the war, Frankfort District. Hughes Chapel - 1.25 Georgetown 6.00 Worthyill. 4.00 Corinth j 2.00 Warsaw- 4.40 Jackson District. it would have taken a hundred years jenkms - ' 5 qq to ,uave uruusuc utcui t VUi "-""" iJackson 6.00 eage. DO YOU SLEEP WELL? Lexington District. Irvine 1 2.50 Owingsville 1.50 Mf SfnWHncr 1 A Ofl Aooe ai imj uesia mauiuubi uu,vc Lexington pirst Church 10.00 sound, refreshing-sleep. When wake-. Nicholasville '" 8 00 ful and restless "at night he is in no i "ii""r"I I condition for work or business during ' . MaysYille District. the day. Wakefulness is often caused iiS. " SS by indigestion and constipation, and tVllsD V-"V?iL"""e 5i! ivw wi kv niiowi.,,,' Maysville, First Church 7,60 rr-v-io mrr a v.nr.n foKiafc Bethel 1.60 and see how much better you feel with a clear head and good digestion. (adv-april) Wolf, Wile & Co. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY To Those Women and Misses who like to wear styles which are head and shoulders above the commonplace we would ask you to take a trip to view these New Suits and Dresses DRESSES For All Occasions Models that appeal to the discriminating girl and youth ful woman. Nothing of the freakish appears in a single frock:just the quiet elegance of good taste in every Jine. The simplicity which showsthe hand of genius of master designers. SUITS In Slender Effect Models They display that "slender Effect" to a nicety and intro duce many little style touches in pockets, sleeves and cuffs. Great care was used in picking out these gar ments; they are for women who appreciate exclusiveness and youngish ideas at REASONABLE PRICES. Wolf, Wile C& Co. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Send That Next Job off Printing to The Bourbon News. Best Work; Right Prices. w Nepton 1.25 Helena 3.05 Shelbyville District. Mount Zion -- 4.00 Camphellsbtfrg 2.00 Wesley Chapel 1.00 Beech ,Fork.. 2.00- Mortonsville , 1.75 New, Castle 6.51) Sulphur 2.00 LaGrange ii 10.00 Smithfield 1.50 o OF LOCAL INTEREST THJE'U N I VE R S-AJL ffAR Ford cars have become such a world .utility that it would almost seem as if every -family ought to have its Ford car. Runabout, Touring Car, Coupe, Sedan (the two latter have enclosed bodies) and the Truck Chassis, have really become a part and parcel of human life. You want one because its service will,, be profitable for you. "We solicit your order at once because, while . production is limited, it will be firstcome first; supplied. Haggles Motor Co, 16 tank Row, Paris, Ky. Some People We Know, and We Will Profit hy Hearing Ahout Them. This is a purely local event. ' It took place in Paris. Not in some far away place. You are asked to investigate it. Asked to believe a citizen's word To confirm a citizen's statement. Any article that is endorsed at home is more worthy of 'confidence than one you know .nothing about.' Endorsed by unknown people. Floyd H. Rankin, grocer, Lilleston avenue and Lucas street, says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills off and on for years and have been greatly benefitted by them. At times I have suffered severely with kidney complaint. My back often pained me and was lame all the time. The kidney secretions were too fre quent in passage and greatly annoyed me. When I have been this way, I have always found that a box of Do in'sj Kidney Pills hast never failed to cure me of the attack in short or der.", Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Rankin had. Poster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. : r Oi : FOR BILIOUS TROUBLES To promote a healhjr action of the liver and correct the 'disorders caus ed, ' by biliousness, Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent. Try them and see how quickly they give yoU a rel ish1 for your food and banish that dull and stupied feeling. (adv-april) Poultry and Eggs WANTED The undersigned firm has added a new department to their business and are now prepared to handle' all kinds of country .produce. Highest cash prices paid Alio Hides,: Junk; Etc., Wanted. Trucks Will Call For Same. Munich & Wides Opposite Martin's Livery Stable On Eighth Street; CUMBERLAND PHONE 374 Firemen of four New York compa nies have knit 400 pairs o socks, for the Red jCross. - Blue Grass Oil Exchange ( Incorporated ) Kentucky Oil Securities bought and sold at Open Call Sessions every, Wednesday . 8:00 p.m. Saturday . . 4:00 p. m. Saturday . . 8:00 p.m. v One Sal Wtdntuty. Tw Salts Saturday, I , d1S MAIM STRFFT ., Cumb. Phftite 313, Ntrt t N. 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