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ivv ,pn THE BOTJEBOH HEWS, PAHS, XZHTDCXT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 131. INFLUENZA Another Epidemic of Dread Scourge Threatens the Nation Don't Let Chilis and Coids Dtpress You Pepsinol Builds Strength WARNINGS issued by leading physicians and health authori ties that another epidemic of Influenza is threatening the American people is in the in terest of the conservation of life. The first epidemic, in which more than 500,000 lost their lives, struck the nation unprepared, thinking only of the war and its outcome. Now people have time to think of their personal wel fare. They have time to build up their strength, as the physicians advise. They tjaje Jjjlie to decide what is best to increase their power of resistance best o meet the attack's of germs which spread Influenza. They kjiow when a cold develops, when chills suddenly attack them, that Pepsinol will con serve their strength, increase their vitality, make the bod ily organs function in perfect order and invigorate the whole constitution. Pepsinol is the world-famous Strength-Renewer, Vitalizer and General Conditioner that builds up Body, Brain, Blood and Nerves. Tt takes you out of the valley of disease and sets you on the heights of robust, rosy health. Genuine Pepsinol is made only by The Peplax Medicine Company, Memphis, Tenn., and in strict accordance with the standards of the U. S. Pharmacopoeia. Gt Pepsinol from: PEOPLES PHARMACY Main St., Paris, Ky. SMALL BOYS GROW TOBACCO IN BACK YARD. . Clarence Curtis, 11 years old, and William Curtis, 8 years old, of Georgetown, embryo farmers, will make, as the result of their sum mer's efforts, between $300 and $500. Unassisted, the lads plowed the ground in their back yard and planted tobacco seed. They nurtured the plants, "worm ed" and cut, and now they are ready to strip the weed and place it upon ,the market. They are sons of Cleveland Curtis, .n interurban conductor. A bargain sale where the store gets the bargain and the customers get the experience will leave both parties sadder, but wiser. m c a package before the war c a package during the war 9 BLC a pi SO DOES NATIONAL COHEEBENCE OH RU BRAL EDUCATION AND COUNTRY UPE For the past five years the Depart ment of the Interior, through the Bureau of Education, has been wag ing a nation-wide campaign for better rural schools and the im provement of country life. Among the agencies employed in this work has been a series of conferences throughout the country. In re sponse to invitations from President Frost, of Berea College, and the Hon. V. O. Gilbert, State Superin tendent of Public Instruction, the Sixteenth Conference is called to meet at Berea, November 25 to 28, both inclusive, 1919. Several Governors, ten to twelve State Su perintendents of Public Instruction, many City and County Superintend ents of Schools, Presidents of State Normal Schools, Colleges and Uni versities and many prominent club women, business and professional men, administrative school officers and progressive farmers have been invited and many of them will be present and take part on the pro gram. The central thought of the con ference will be what our rural snhoolR must be and do to meet af- iter-war conditions. For information regarding hotel accommodations and for accommo dations at the College dormitories, write Dean C. N. McAllister, Berea, Ky., at once, stating how many in the party, when you will arrive and how long you will stay. J. L. McBrien, Director Rural School Extension, Bureau of Educa tin, Washington, D. C, is the Exec utive Secretary of the Conference. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS! Should any subscriber of THE NEWS fail to get their paper, please call this office, either phone No. 124, at once, or let us know in some other way, that it is not being de livered. If the carrier boys are not delivering their papers promptly, we have no way of finding out unless I we are notified when you fail to get what you are paying for. You will do us a distinct favor by telephoning us at once when you fail to get your paper promptly. THE NEWS now has. the best force of carriers we have ever had, and we are satisfied they do all they can to effect prompt and faithful de livery of papeis to their customers. o A RAT THAT DIDN'T SMELL AF TER BEING DEAD FOR 3 MONTHS. "I swear it was dead at least 3 months," said James Sykes, butcher, Westfield, N. J. "We saw that rat every day. Put a cake of RAT SNAP behind a barrel. Months later my wife asked me about the rat. Remembered the barrel, look ed behind it. There was the rat dead; not the slightest odor." Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by The Fanners Supply Co., Paris, Ky. (adv-nov) o The store that keeps something doing all the time, don't have to worry about what other stores are doing. THE PRICES . . 187 j TOBACCO BRfflGIWlffiGH PRICES FOR SEASON. The top price of the season for colory Burley tobacco of the 1919 crop was paid last week at the Lou isville Tobacco Warehouse, when bright leaf of the new crop brought as high as 61 cents a pound. The top price previously was around 40 cents. Bracken Chronicle: "H. R. Pick erell, of Chatham precinct, sold the remainder of his 1918 crop of to bacco, about 6,000 pounds, to Ted Fagan, at ?47.50 per hundred. This is the highest price we have heard of being paid for old tobacco." Chas. Linville, of Kable's Mills, Robertson county, sold his crop of tobacco of about 3,500 lbs., Satur day, to J. M. Thompson, at 50c per pound. This crop is a very fine one. William Lee . Nutter, farmer of Scott county, will make a small for tune on his tobacco crop this season. He has grown about 50,000 pounds and has sold it to the Independent Tobacco Warehouse Company, of Lexington for 85 cents a pound, and one-half of the profits. The tobacco company sent Nutter a check for $5,000 to secure the trade. CONSTIPATION, Most laxatives and cathartics af ford only temporary relief and should be used only for that purpose. When you want permanent relief take Chamberlain's Tablets and be careful' to observe the directions with each package. These tablets not only move the bowels ,but im prove the appetite and strengthen the digestion. (adv-nov) o CINCINNATI TO DICTATE MEN'S STYLES FOR 1920. The styles for men's clothing for the year 1920 will be dictated from Cincinnati. This developed with the announcement that an elaborate .style show is to be the feature of the convention of the National Merchant Tailors Designeis' Association in Cincinnati, February 3 to 6. The style experts of New York and Chi cago, whose word is law agreed to place their new creation on display in connection with the convention, so that the delegates may get their ideas in Cincinnati. Arrangements for housing the style show are being made by Chris. E. Kieiger, president of the Cincin nati Merchants' Tailors' Designers' Association, and vice president of the National organization. Merchant tailors, designers, clothing cutters and others interested in the men's tailoring trade m all parts of the United States and Canada will attend the National convention. Prescribed By Physicians For -Over 18 Years The Bayer Cross" marked on tab lets means you are getting the gen uine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," proved safe by millions of people. In the Bayer package are proper directions for Colds, Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuritis and for Pain generally. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost only a few cents. Druggists also sell larger Bayer packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid. s (adv) BRIGHTER- EVENINGS Nothing adds to the pleasures of a home, or makes life more worth living, than a well illumi- uatea nouse. 55T:C523r T . . ? -.'JS. use olectriciti for Cigbtittg , It's the only satisfactory way. use Sas for Reality and Cooking It's the only sensible plan. Let Us Fix You Up For (he Use of Both Electricity and Gas. Paris Gas & Elect f . ' --" ws (Incorporated) NAME BAYER" MEANS ASPIRIN IS GENUINE frUNQMil Copyrlebtl919by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. .fsrr- X'OU certainly get yours when you lay your smokecards on the table, Y call for a tidy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert and roll a makin's cigarette ! You'll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count of your smokestunts ! Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies awaiting your call in a home rolled cigarette when it's P. A. for the packing! Talk about flavor! Man, man, you haven't got the listen of half your smokecareer until you know what rolling 'em with P. A. can do for your contentment! And, back of P. As flavor, and rare fragrance proofs of Prince Albert's q uality stands our exclusive patented process that - cuts out bite and parch ! With P. A- your smokesong in a makin's ciga rette will outlast any phonograph record you ever heard ! Prince Albert is a cinch to roll. It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular oal! Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful a jimmy pipe can 6e ! It is the tobacco that has made three men smoke pipes where one was smoked before. It has won men all over the nation to the joys of smoking. -- - R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem, N. C. GREATEST -LABOE STRIKE IN HISTORY NOW ON. CHICAGO, Nov. 2. Upwards of 394,000 bituminous mine workers throughout the nation of a total of 615,000 men employed in that indus try are on strike in response to the general strike call, according to re ports, in some instances estimated, received by union leaders. Despite the Federal injunction issued at Indianapolis against the strike, the- leadeis who generally stated they would disregaid it, as serted that the strike would be ex tended to more than 500,000 miners. Practically all the coal miners in Kentucky have obeyed the strike brder with the exception of those in the counties of Hopkins, Christian, Webster and Union, in the Western section, and in Hazard section in Perry county. The miners in the four Western counties have an anti-strike clause in their contract. In other West Kentucky counties the strike has been generally ob served and about 2,000 men are in volved. In Eastern Kentucky, about 15, 000 men are involved in Bell, Pu laski, Pike, Harlan, Perry, Whitley, Letcher and other counties. Altogether about 20,000 miners are out in Kentucky. No disorder has been reported. o BIFF! I Stop jolting Liver and Bowels j with violent drugs, but take Cascarets." i j- t " " - m-6 . . c9 "Dynamiting" bile out of your system with calomel and other sick ening purgatives is all wrong. Salts oil and cathartic waters act by flood ing the bowels with the digestive juices which are vital to the stom ach. Cascarets are different. They act as a tonic to the bowel muscles, which is the only sensible way to re lieve a bilious attack, a sour, acid stomach, or constipated bowels. There is no griping or inconvenience. You naturally return to regularity and cheerfulness. Cascaiets cost veiy little and they woik while you sleep. (adv) -o The less friends you make for your stoie, the more it will need them. The friends of a store like the friends of an individual are the- "makmg" of a store. o 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. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is a constitntinnni remedy, is taken internally and acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of the svstem. On a Wn dred Dollars reward is offered fnr any case that Hall's Catarrh Medi cine fails tO CUie. Send fnr nSwn. lais and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. sou by d. ? 0hi0- TT'ii - :i. v;. ' J xicm x? aumy ruis ioy constipation. . (adv-nov) wmw W 31' :BaHBam szZ y vv' j Let your own experience If coffee Joes hurt your nerves and gen eral health, try a change to POSTUM You will find this cereal drink of deli cious coffee-like flavor, satisfying to the taste, and a friend to health. Truly Economical, Too Boil for fifteen minutes after boiling begins. , Two sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c Made by Postum Cereal Company Battle Creek, Michigan I geaci A MAN AND BiWf Ik t wis j v Xv 1 V Sof I WW I LEVY, THE DRY CLEANER Cumberland Phone 40 MR. P. LaDUKB, FARMER, SAYS, "YOU BET RATS CAN BITE THROuGH METAL." "I had feed bins lined with zinc last year, rats got through pretty soon. Was out $18. A $1 package of RAT-SNAP killed so many rats that I've never been without it since. Our Collie dog never touched RAT-SNAP." You trv it. Three sizes; 25c. 50c. $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by The Farmers' Supply jo., raris, ity. v (adv-nov) FPT kill ' the national joy smoke makes a whale of a cigarette! i c Axr&ilmiyour say-so, you'ff find toppv zed bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound aad half pound tin humidors and that classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge motstener top that keeps Prince Albert in such perfect condition 1 decide HIS WIFE may Loth derive sa isf action by having their worn and soiled gaiments cleaned by us. The c jit is nominal, while the pleas ure of wearing old clothes that have the appearance of new, in conjunction with the knowledge that you are eifecting a great ving, musj; surely satisfy you. A phone brings U3. Home Phone 169 TAXI - CAB SERVICE AUTO LIVERY CO. E. McCracken, Prop. Redmon Motor Car Company Night Call 760 lifIi!Bl:.li:SI , c' V ' ". X 5- .