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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1915.
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Aetna-Auto
Combination Policies
Protect Against
Fire
Theft
Collision
1 Property Damage
Liability
And Other
Casualties
A. J. FEE
AGENT
HOME
KILLED
MEATS
Veal Beef
Pork Lamb
It's the Best
To Be Had .
Lift off Corns!
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezono
cptts only t few cents. J
MflRGOLEN'S
Sanitary Meat Market
BRIGHTER.
EVENINGS
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Nothing adds to the pleasures
of a home, or makes life more
worth living, than a well illumi
nated house.
Use
Olectricitj
Tor Lighting
It's the only satisfactory way.
7se Sets
for Beating and Cooking
It's the only sensible plan.
Let Us Fix You Up
For the Use of Both
Electricity tnd Gas. '
Paris Gas & Electric Co.
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With. VOlir flnCTTOt Vnn nan H- ntf
. Qw..w. wu, VrtML lUh U
any hard corn, soft corn, or corn be
tween the toes, and the hard skin
calluses from bottom of feet.
A tiny bottle of "Freezone" costs
little at any drug store; apply a few
drops upon the corn or callus. In
itantly it stops hurting, then shortly
you lift that bothersome com or
callus right off, root and all, without
one bit of pain or soreness. Truly!
No humbug!
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BLAZING WAY FOR CROSS-COUNTRY
AIR LINE.
CHICAGO, Sept. 1. Covering
100 miles in 58 minutes, a 26-passen-gei
airplane, built in Milwaukee, ar
rived on the first leg of a projected
trans-continental trip to blaze the
way for a cross-country air line, Al
fred W. Lawson, head of the owning
company, has announced. The
ship is 50 feet long, with a wing
spread of 95 feet, and carries twin
Libertv encrines of 4flO-hnrsA-nrwfr
each The enclosed cabin, fitted up
in length, 7 feet wide, with an inter
ior height of 7 feet, sufficient to al
low passengers to walk erect in the
aisles. It is planned to start for
New York in two or three days, Mr.
Lawson said. Then a flight will be
started across the continent to San
Francisco, to establish a trans-continental
passenger airline. Pilot
Charles Cox and three mechanics
accompanied Mr. Lawson on the
flight. No passengers were carried.
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There is more Catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other
disease put together, and for years
it was supposed to be incurable.
Doctors prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, pronounced it
incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
greatly influenced by constitutional
conditions and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca
tarrh Medicine, manufactured by F.
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a
constitutional remedy, i 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
Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send
for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Famijy Pills, for constipa
tion. (adv-sept)
KENTUCKY FUTURITY MOST COV
ETED OF TROTTING PRIZES
The Kentucky Futurity, the most
coveted of all races for three-year-old
trotters, not alone for the richness of
its money value of $14,000, but for
the honor and distinction it carries
through a long succession of years,
has not been won by a native Ken
tucian since 1895, when Oakland
Baron triumphed for' the late Col.
Robert G. Stoner, of Paris, but it
now seems likely that the 1919 re
newal is to fall to a very distin
guished citizen of the Blue Grass
State.
At Readville, Mass., last Thursday,
Mollie Knight won the Horse Breed
er Futurity, trotting the second heat
in 2:06&, the fastest mile of the
year thus far by a three-year-old
trotter, and moved into third place
in the last of the season's money-
winners. Mollie Knight is a bay
filly by General Watts 2:06, as a
three-year-old a Futurity winner,
out of May Stewart 2:15, as a
three-year-old, by San Mateo 2:134.
Mollie Knight is owned by Hon.
Henry M. Bosworth, of Fayette
county, former State Treasurer, then
State 'Auditor, and again, after four
years out of politics, the Democratic
nojminee for State Auditor. In part
nership with General C. C. Watts,
former Attorney-General of West
Virginia, he owns the dam of Molly
Knight and has her at his farm near
Lexington.
Molly Knight's trainer and driver
is thatr distinguished Tennessee reins
man, Edward F. (Pop) Geers, and
he will pilot her in the race for the
Kentucky Futurity at the Kentucky
Trotting Horse Breeders' Association
track at Lexington, Tuesday, Septem
ber 30, when it is expected that
thousands of people from all sections
of the country will be on hand to
witness the battle that Periscope
2:06, Abbie Putney 2:06, Nor
man Dillon (second in 2:06),
Brusiloff 2:08 (twice second in
2:06f, Princess Etawa 2:09, Lit
tle Lee 2:10, Charley Herr, Jr.,
2:10, Judge Rico 2:11, Peter L.
2:11 (third in 2:06), Wiki Wiki
2:11, Grace Drake 2:10, Let Fly
2:12 (on half-mile track), and
perhaps Harveta 2:09, Peter Coast
2:12, and others will wage against
her.
Three others of the trotters men
tioned above are owned by Kentuck
ians, they being Charley Herr, Jr.,
property of "Uncle Davy" Cahill, of
Lexington, Periscope, owned by John
L. Dodge, who has his home at Hol
lyrood Farm, near Lexington, and
Little Lee, the property of G. L.
Knight, of Nicholasville. In passing
it may be noted that Nonman Dillon,
which finished second to Molly
Knight at Readville, is owned by
George Gregory, one of the strong
Republican leaders at Philadelphia?
The trots at Lexington will open
September 29 and continue ten days.
INTERURBAN SCHEDULE
CARS LEAVE
Lexinerton For Paris For
j?ans iexm?Eon
A. M. G.OOx A. M. 6:45
A. M. 7:20 A. M. 7:15x
A. M. 8:50 A. M. 8:15
A. M. 10:20 A. M. 9:45
A. M. 11.50 A. M. 11:15
P. M. 1:20 P. M. 12:45
P. M. 2:50 P. M. 2; 15
P. M. 4:20 P. M. 3:45
P. M. 6:00 P. M. 5:15
P. M. 7:20 P. M. 6:50
P. M. 9:10 P. M. 8:15
P. M. 11:00 P. M. 10:05
(x) Daily except Sunday.
JUST WHAT SHE NEEDED.
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Tablets some time ago and they prov
ed to be just what I needed," writes
Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chillicothe, Mo.
"They not only relieved me of indi
gestion, but toned up my liver and
rid me of backache and dizziness that
I had been subject to for some time.
They did me a world of good and I
will always speak a good word for
them."
(adv-sept)
KENTUCKY TRACTION AND TER
MINAL COMPANY
MAN
?- may both derive saiisfaction
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.
J A phone brings us.
LEVY, THE DRY CLEANER
Cumberland Phone 40
Home Phone 169
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CARROLL MAY BE CHAIRMAN
PLATFORM CONVENTION.
Col. H. H. Denhardt, Bowling
Green, who withdrew from the race
for the Democratic nomination for
Governor several months after an
nouncing his candidacy, is being
mentioned in connection with the
post of temporary chairman of the
coming platform convention. Ex-
Congresgman Charles K. wheeler,
Paducah, also hasbeen mentioned in
that connection It .practically
has been decided that Judge .John D.
Carroll, New Castle, who opposed
Gov. Black for the nomination, will
be invited to serve as permanent
chairman.
The convention, scheduled for
September 4 will be held in the audi
torium at Phoenix' Hill Park, that
building, aside from the Armory, be
ing the only one in the city large
enough to accommodate more than
5,000 delegates, expected tobe pres
ent. Based upon one delegate to every
fifty voters or fraction thereof cast
for Woodrow Wilson, in KentucKy,
in the last Presidential election,
counties in Central Kentucky will be
entitled to representation in the con
vention as follows:
Bath, 36; Bourbon, 56; Clark, 54;
Fayette, 128; Flepning, 46; Franklin,
68; Harrison, 56; Henry, 52; jessa
mine, 36; Madison, 66; Montgomery,
36; Nicholas, 38; Owen, 60; Scott,
54; Woodford, 36.
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requirements on this stock Preferred Stock, and total net
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assets equal $259 per share.
PRICE XOO. -Special Circular on Request.
JAMES C. WILLSOIS & -. -.
"Saw a big rat in our cellar last
Fall," writes Mrs. Joanny, "and
hniieht a 25c cake of RAT-SNAP,
broke it up into small pieces. Last
week while, moving we came acruaa
the dead rat. Must have been dead
six months, didn't smell. RATrSNAP
is wonderful." Three sizes-c, 50c,
'$1.00. Sold and guaranteed by the
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pers to enjoy Hfe.
To begin with, Velvet Tobacco, in its jolly red
tin, has a wholesome generous look to it Nothing
narnby-pamby about it A red-blooded tin full of
red-blooded tobacco, for red-blooded folks.
Open it. up and you get the fragrance that
Nature stored in the tobacco during eight changing
seasons, while it mellowed in great wooden hogs
heads. And say! It's great! That good, natural fra
grance of Kentucky's wonder tobacco Burley
King of Pipe-land, No camouflage about it
No dolling up.
Pack a pipeload. Light up and you'll get the
fragrance of real tobacco the incense to solid comfort
And a mild, pleasant taste, that only our Nature
ageing method can impart You will never taste a
finer cigarette than the one you roll with Velvet
Fifteen centsa tin not a cent more.
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KENTUCKY FAIRS.
Following is a list of the Kentucky
fairs and their dates so far as have
been reported to us:
September 8 Kentucky State Fair,
Louisville, 6 days.
August 27 Florence, 4 days.
September 1 Blue Grass Fair,
Lexington, 6 days.
September 2 Somerset, 4 days.
The Home Telephone Your Servant
For Only a Few Cents Per Day
"MBS. KEACH TELLS HOW SHE
J0T TO KNOW EATSNAP."
"Have always feared rats. Lately
noticed many on my farm. A neigh
bor said he just got rid of droves
with RAT-SNAP. This started me to
thinking. Tried RAT-SNAP myself.
It .killed 17 and scared the rest
away." RAT-SNAP comes in three
sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. .Sold and guar
ntaa hv The Farmer's Supply Co.
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Let us analyze his qualifications: He is polite, intelligent, williaf,
always on duty, day or night.
He will Instantly present to you the grocer, butcher, baker or amj &
the trades-folks, or the doctor, fire department or police In mtrgiat'
He will go far beyond the confines of the town and brine to yon V
amazingly short time a member of the family or one of your soom frtc
pective customers.
He will summons tne rauroaa,-boat or tneatre ucicet in a lew
ond3.
And as to wages, he will only cost you In residence from 6 to S
day: in place of business from 10-to 12c per day.
Paris Home Telephone Teleqrojjh
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