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THE BOUBBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, MAY 23, 191S. 4' MILLERSBURG 1 f IFTTl DOES MM AS , nid t ' jy I ill ?' Kcj. Florence, and ice 11 have a RANGE ETERNAL" 9. To the woman who realizes the importance of good cook ing in the new home, no prom ise is more alluring. For if the way to win a man is through his stomach the way to keep him is through the kitchen and that way will be made doubly easy if you have The Range Eternal ; with 32 points of ) Eternal Excellence Whether you are consider ing your first range or your fifth; let us show you the RANGE ETERNAL. It is the most complete most satisfying most substantial we have ever seen. 4 Let us explain the 32 supe rior features one by one. See ' the ETERNAMETAL flue lining strongest longest wearing metal ever used in any Ratine. You'll want a RANGE ETERNAL. T. W. SPICER Main Street, Opposite Court House f. v Afargolen's Sanitary Meat Marrket HOME KILLED MEATS a Veal Beef ' tPork Lamb II iPvKu I fir lKVHtfbJKB Scmi BDDbkCir ' ffllllll I III ' tit's the Best To Be Had r. , 5 . MGOIEN'S Sanitary Meat Market Wilmoth's Fresh Home Baked Breads, Cakes, Pies, Etc. Daily Fresh Mafc Rnocfc .Sfatc CJops, Fancy Goods. Famous 9 Coffees and Teas H v WILMOTH Grocery Co. Phone 376 WELL US EVER Loves To Get Up and Do Household Work Since Taking Meritone "I get up ana go my household work now, just as well as I ever did when I was at my best," said Mrs. Helen Barker, of 614 Virginia ave nue, Knoxville, Tenn. "Three weeks ago I was discourag ed about my health. For a long time I was in a run down condition. I lost all my energy and my household work seemed almost too much for me. "My stomach was out of order and wouldn't digest my food right. f Rapid Change. "Three weeks ago to-day, I started taking Mertione. "I've got a big fine appetite' now and I eat everything I can get my hands on and digest it perfectly. "My strength and energy came back, and as I said I love to get up and do my work, and I can do it as well as I ever did when I was at my best. "I'm glad to recommend Meritone and have already written to some of my friends and advised them to get Meritone." Meritone is the tonic of real merit that hundreds of people are taking in all parts of the country. It has no superior as a tonic and strength ened It is recommended for ailing conditions of the stomach, liver, kid neys or for catarrh, rheumatism, sleepslessness or lack of appetite. Meritone is sold exclusively in Paris by G. S. Varden & Son. (may2-23) o BABY BULL BRINGS BIG BUNCH. Florham" Leader, a two months' old Guernsey bull calf, was sold at auction in Madison, N. J., for $25, 000, said to be a new record price for any a-nimtl of its breed. Oaks Farms and Hugh Bancroft, both of Massachusets, combined to make the purchase, paying $10,500 above the pervious record price. o CAUSE OF HEADACHE By knowing the cause, a disease may often he' avoided. This is par ticularly true loi headache. The most common cause of headache is a disordered stomach or constipation, which may be' corrected by taking a few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets. Try it. Many others have obtained permanent relief hy taking these tablets. They are easy to take and mild and gentle in effect. (may-adv) o Approximately 25,000 persons were injured by automobiles and motor trucks in the streets of Greater New York during 1917. SEEING IS BELIEVING so you may not realize the superiority of our work in examining eyes and fitting glasses until you have given our OPTICAL WOUK a fair trial. We are prepared to re lieve and correct defective eyesight. Call and ask us more about this. DR. 0. L. FRYE, Eyesight Specialist, Paris. Kv. (21mar-tf-F) We are Agents for the Famous '." DRESSED Stop in and get a FREE BOOKLET about the styles. TWIN BROS. Department Store 7th and Main Paris, Ky. BBr Mj uBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI bF JbbbbbbbbbbbbV BM HbBHbBBBBbI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTf I BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB547 lBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBSMHftk- f Am 4, Col. W. M. Layson is not so well. Onion sets at your price at Cald well's. Mrs. L. Cromwell, of Chicago, 111., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. E. Bruce. Mrs. "W. A. Munsing, of Mays- ville, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Martha Vimont. Born, Saturday, to Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Frederick, a son. Mother and babe are doing nicely. Mrs. M. R. Collier returned to her home at Paris, Monday, after spending a few days with Mrs. C. B. Smith. Col. C. M. Best, Dr. Yates and son, Cadet Yates, the two last of Virginia, dined with Cadet Piatt, at Lexington, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Carrington returned from Louisville, Mr. Car rington having been mustered out of the service at Camp Taylor. Shoes! Shoes! and more shoes, coming at Caldwell's. Can be had at almost for the asking. This is your opportunity. Take advantage of it. Mrs. Corlis Rouse and Miss Lor raine Kenney, of Brooksville, and Mrs. James Price and children, of Escondida, were guests of Mrs. A. T. Maffott and daughter, Tuesday. Col. C. M. Best entertained Drs. W. G. Dailey and C. B. Smith with a six o'clock dinner at the Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, Monday, in honor of his brother-in-law, Dr. Yates, of Virginia. Mrs. Burdette Walton, who has been at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. N.D. Rigdon, for several days, returned to her home at Lexington, Monday, accompanied by her mother, who is yet quite ill. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I have just purchased a new Landers stitching machine, and am prepared to do all kinds of shoe repairing at reasonable prices. (6may-8t) JOE. GREEN. The commencement exercises of the M. C. were continued Sunday at 8:00 p. m., at which time Dr. H. C. Morrison, of Asbury College, preach ed the missionary sermon to the Col lege Missionary Society, making of it at the same time a centenary ser mon, as the centenary drive of the M. E. Church, South, was on. The sermon was preceeded by a' good mu sical program. The address was all that could be expected and in many respects surpassed his baccalureate sermon of the morning. Monday at 10:30 a. m., Class Day exercises were held on the campus of the M. C, which was made up of many inter esting features, the winding of the May-Pole, and the burial of the books by the Seniors, were among the many interesting features of the ex ercises. Monday at 2:30 p. m., a Tennis Tournament was enjoyed on the tennis ground of the college, which also proved interesting. Mon day at 8:15 p. m., the annual con cert in the M. C. Auditorium, which was fully up to the average, while it was classic, was enjoyed by a large audience. Tuesday at 10:30 a. m., the an nual commencement exercises were conducted in the M. C. Auditorium, at which time the Class of 1919 took their degree. A pleasing musical program was rendered, after which Rev. Moss, of the Nicholasville Methodist church, delivered the bac calaureate address, dealing largely with the problems, the opportunities and responsibilities of to-day. The address was full of thought and there was much in it that will al ways be retained by those who heard it. At the close of the address Dr. Fisher awarded the diplomas, an nouncing the honor roll. On Sunday morning Dr. Fisher stated that he would have something to say concerning the consolidated school problem now confronting Mil lersburg. Many were anxious to hear his views on this subject. He said he had been an educator for thirty-nine years, and it was needless to say that he was deeply interest ed in the cause of education, that Millersburg ought to have a better school building with more commo dious grounds, to accommodate the needs and requirements of the chil dren, but that we did not need a consolidated school. The country school ought to be put in good condi tion, teachers to be employed at a better salary to do the work. That in operating a consolidated school coupled with the High School would entail a heavy expense, the children would 'have to get out early in the morning, and could not return to their homes until late in the after noon, and most of the parents pre ferred having their1 younger children in the neighborhood schools. We do not need a High School, the High School work can be done by the M. C. and M. M. I. at a much less ex pense than be operating one, under the proposed system. At noon the M. C. closed to reopen next Septem ber, many of the student body leav ing for their homes in the afternoon and evening, the remainder Wednes day morning. A large .number of visitors were guests at the College, but we were unable to obtain their names. There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years it was supposed to be incurable. Doc tors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure witk local treatment, pornounced it incur able. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh1 Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is taken in ternally and acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of the sys tem. One Hundred Dollars reward is offered for any case that Hall's Ca tarrh Medicine fail to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for, constipation. Buy Tires of Known Quality The steady usefulness of your car depends on good tires. Economy depends on good tires. United States Tires are good tires. That's why we Jndle them. Take no chances witFunknown quality. Buy United States Tires, for their proved dependability, for their oft demonstrated economy. We can provide you with United States Tires to meet your needs exactly. ' We KNOW United States Tires are good tires. That's why we sell them. PARIS GJlEA(xE (Eugene Kobejts) Paris, Xy. BTJGGLES MOTOR CO Paris, Ky. MELLERSBUBG HABJ)WAEE CO IBUerslrarg, Ky. J. W. MITCHELL & SOU" . . . . North Middletown, Ky. Executor's Sale The undersigned Executor of Wm. H. Hughes, deceased, will on Saturday, May 31, 1019 beginning at 2 o'clock, p. m., on the premises, on Thomas avenue, expose to public sale the following real and personal property: FIRST A certain lot of ground with a store house thereon, situ ated in the City of Paris, Kentucky, on Eighth street and described as follows: Beginning with James Mc Intyre's line (on the west) at a margin of the Paris and Georgetown Turnpifie (now Eighth Street) ; thence along his line .north 195 feet to Lilleston's line: , thence along said Lilies ton's line 40 feet west to. a corner with Mary Mangen and then with her lme south 195 feet to the mar gin of said turnpike ; thence along the margin of said turnpike 40 feet to the be ginning, being the same property conveyed to Wm. H. Hughes by Louisa Price and others by deed of rec ord in the office of the Bourbon County Court, in Deed Book 65 page 537.. SECOND (Lot A) Also a certain, lot of ground with a four-room house and store-room there on, fronting on Thomas avenue 60 feet, more or less, and extending back 78 feet, more or less, on either side to the line of small lot I in rear, and being 47 feet, 5 inches, more or less in the rear. f (Lot B) Also a cenrtain lot with house thereon front ing o-n Hanson street 34 feet, and" extending back 47 feet, 5 inches, more or less, on one side, and 45 feet, more or less, on the other side to Hawkins' lot in the rear, and being 40 feet, 9 inches, more or less, in the rear. The above two lots is the same property conveyed to Wm. H. Hughes by Sherman Coleman by deed of rec ord in said office in Deed Book 99, page 373. Lots A and B last above described will first be offered separately and then as a whole, and the bid or tbids aggregating the most money will be accepted. The undersigned will, at the same Usco United States are Good Tires time and place, expose to public sale a lot of household and kitchen fur niture and other personal property. TERMS The sale of th.e real es tate will be made upon the following terms: One-third cash, one-third in. six months and the remaining one third in twelve months from date of sale, the purchaser to give bond with, good surety to be approved of by the 'Executor, and lien to be reserved in aeea; saia oonas to Dear interest from date of sale at the rate of 6" per annum. t The personal property will be- sold for cash. The Executor reserves the right to reject any or all bids. GREEN P. HUGHES, Executor of Wm. H. Hughes. Talbott & Wnitley, Attorneys. M. F. Kenney, Auctioneer. (9-16-23-30) WantedsClerks The Government needs 4,000 clerks for census $100 month. Examina tions soon. Age requirements, 18 or over. For free particulars, write J. C. Leonard, (former Civil Service Ex aminer) 945 Equitable Building, Washington, D. C. (20-2t-pd) Auto For Sale Three-passenger Studebaker roads ter, good as new. Will demonstrate it. Call Cumberland Phone 552. (13-tf) S. E. McCLANAHAN. Alfalfa and Stock Farms In the famous black paririe belt of Northeast Mississippi, ranging from 50 to 200 acres. Write for literature, and prices. MISSISSIPPI FARM SALES AGENCY, Columbus, Miss. (tilll3june) The J. W. Brown Realty Co. i Masonic Temple. 211 Main Street, Pans. Kentucky. List your Farms and City Property with us. Call on us if you have any thing to dispose of at Public Auction. E. T. Phone 831. (tf) Try Traction Service For Package or Freight Deliveries Ky. Traction & TenninalCo. Tr$5 Auto For Sale One Metz five-passenger touring car. Has electric lights and electric starter. The car is in A-l conditio-n. OAKLAND MOTOR CAR CO. East Tenth St., Paris, Ky. (16-3t) Master's Sale! BOURBON CIRCUIT' COURT Hattie Hill Dudley, &c Plaintiffs Vs. Notice of Sale. Frances Hedges Dudley, &c Defendant Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the March term, 1918, of the Bourbon Circuit Court, in the above styled action therein pending, the under signed Master Commissioner on Monday, June 2, 1919, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the front door of the Court House in Paris, Kentucky,, at about the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., the following described property: A certain parcel of land sit uated on Seventh street, in Paris, Bourbon County, Ken tucky, beginning at a stone five feet east of the set-off in the line of Mary F. Hedges, and running with Seventh street, towards Pleasant street, seventy-five feet to a stone; then, at right angles with Seventh street eight poleB to the lot of George Alexander (now Hancock) ; then with his line towards the Louisville & Nashville Railroad seventy-five feet; then at right angles with the said Alexander lot eight poles to the beginning, and be ing a house and lot in the City of Paris, Kentucky. Said sale will be made upon the credits of six and tyelve months, the purchaser or purchasers being requir ed to execute two bonds with good and approved surety for equal parts of the purchase money due six and twelve months from date of sale re spectively and bearing interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from date of sale until paid, said bonds to have the force and effect of judgments. Said sale is made for the purpose of reinvestment. O. T. HINTON, Master Commissioner. (mayl6-23-30) jf VlL .