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I 4 m TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25? 1919 INFLUENZA starts with a Cold Kill the Cold. At snK2etake HILLS CASjGARAklQUININE w M the firstL .n (1a VVIKKW l . III III I A. lOMfl Standard cold remedy for 20 years m xaujci lorm saie, sure, no opiates orcaks up a cold in 24 uuuia itm.vg gup in o aays. "j k tans. i nc genuine dox Has a Red top with Mr. Hill's picture. At All Drug Storea Initiative is simply the applica tion of one's knowledge and experi ence along- lines which don't antagonize. . THE , B0TOB0H MEWS. PA1IH KEHTtTCgf A HAT THAT DIDN'T SMELL AF TER BEING BEAD 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 Farmers Supply Co., Paris, Ky. (adv-nov) 2fMS BOY CONTRIBUTOR TO COLLEGE JOURNAL. The first issue of the year of The Transylvanian, montrly magazine published by the students of Tran sylvania College, is out and is being distributed. The-issue is No. 1, vol ume 29 and was gotten out under the supervision of the following staff: Girdler Fitch? Lexington, editor-in-chief; Miss Lillian Bruner, Lex ington, associate editor; Carl For tune, Lexington, book reviwer, and A. W. Kelly, Georgetown, Ind., bus iness manager. Contributors to the number are: G. Paul Smith,, Paris; Miss Eliza beth. Pinker ton, Versailles; Ben Herr, Lexington; Carl -Hale For tune, Lexington; Miss Alma C. Steg ner, Ft. Thomas; Miss Louise Dwyer, Lexington; Miss Loretta May, Lexington; Miss Anne M. Set tlemayer, Lexington; Albert B. Chandler, Corydon, and Miss Lillian C. Bruner, Lexington. o A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Redon, Ga., phoned to J. M. Floyd, the merchant there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's : cough Remedy and said she had bought a bottle of it at his store re j cently And that it was doing her J children so much good that she wanted to keep up the treatment. JYou will find nothing better for J coughs and colds in children or for yourseir. it Keeps the cough loose, expectoration easy and soon frees the system from the cold. o Lots of powder mill employes who wanted a chance to rise and i got it are now coming down. CINCINNATI PLANT VISITED BY $100,000 EIRE. The establishment of the E. A. Kinsey Company, dealers in manu facturers' railway and conductors SUDnlies at 231-335 Wont T?nnrtti street, in Cincinnati, was damaged by fire Friday to the estimated ex tent of $100,000. o And sometimes when opportunity knocks at a man's door while he is away from, home his wife sends the cook to say she's not in. o i TPTCT jfl3E3fc svk$$!i sVk v LET "DANDERINE"- BEAUTIFY HAIR Girls ! Have a mass of long, thick, gleamy hair , NEW TREATMENT THAT KNOCKS RHEUMATISM Save Time and Mooeij By Using a Home Telephone Residence rate ranging from 1.25 to 3.00 per month . for Bourbon County service. Place yoxr order now and avoid the falLrtisri on installs. Paris Home Telephone Telegraph Company (Incorp orated) J, J. vtjatcli, District Manasre w. H. Cannon, Local Manager. 75c Box Free To Any Sufferer Up in Syracuse, N. Y., a treat ment for rheumatism has been found that hundreds of users say is a wonder, reporting cases that seem little short of miraculous. Just a few treatments even, in the very worst cases seem to accomplish wonders even after other remedies have failed entirely. It seems to neutralize the uric acid and lime salt deposits in the blood, driving all the poisonous clogging waste from the system. Soreness, pain, stiffness, swelling just seem to melt away and vanish. The treatment first introduced by Mr. Delano is so good that its owner wants everybody that suffering from rheumatism or who has a friend so afflicted, to get a free 75c package from him to prove just what it will do in every case before a penny is spent. Mr. Delano says: "To prove that the Delano treatment will pos itively overcome rheumatism, no matter how severe, stubborn or long standing the case, and even after all' other treatments have failed, I will, if you have never previously used the treatment, send you a full size 75c package free if you will just cut out this notice and send it with your name and address with 10c to help pay postage and "distribution expenses to me personally." F. H. Delano, 1389 Griffin Square Buld., Syracuse, N. Y. I can send only one Free Package to an ad dress. ' (25-3t) Let "Danderine" save your hair and double its beauty. You can have lots of long, thick, strong, lustrous hair. Don't' let it stay lifeless, thin, scraggy or fading. Bring back its color, vigor and vi tality. Get a 35-cent bottle of delightful "Danderine" at any drug or toilet counter to freshen your scalp; check dandruff and falling' -hair. Your hair needs this stimulating tonic, then its' life, color, bright ness and abundance will return hurry! (adv) MR. P. LaDUKE, 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 try it. Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by The Farmers' Supply Co., Paris, Ky. C adv-nov) p A native of China has invented a shorthand system for his own lan guage and has attained a 0peed of 140 words a minute with It. v o A LADY IN CHICAGO TELE GRAPHS FOR RAT-SNAP. Read Mrs. Phillip wire: "Yo jail's Exterminator Co., Westfield, N. J. Rush $3 worth of RAT-SNAP." Later received following letter: "RAT-SNAP" arrived. It rid our house of rats in no time. Just mov ed here from Pa., where I used RAT- SNAP with great results." Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by The Farmer's Supply Co., Paris, Ky. (adv-nov) Wolf, Wile 8 Co! -. "!!: Fall and Winter Suits Coats Dresses and ' Furs For Ladies and Misses at Attractive Prices . i 3 PsN I 1 ss m Wolf, Wile m Co. Lexington, Ky. gwromrroyOT w w m i a ED W. BURKE, President H. S. GAYW00D, Vice President JNO. T.1C0LLINS, Manager BOURBON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY Having Received Positive Assurance From the Heads of the Big Companies That Their Buyers will be on Hand, Announce Their Opening Sale for WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3 TOBACCO RECEIVED ANY TIME AFTER NOVEMBER 15 COME TO THE OPENING AND SEE o u R IM E W HOUSE Consider These Facts: 1. The Paris market sold 12,000,000 pounds of tobacco the past season -for the highest average obtained on any market in Kentucky. 2. The Bourbon Tobacco Warehouse Company sold in their two houses more than 8,000,000 pounds of tobacco for the highest average on Paris mar ket. 3. We now have three of the best and finest lighted houses in Kentucky. 4. Our Auctioneer, Mr. Wikoff, will be back. He is in a class by himself, as those who have heard him know. 5. We have the best starter in Kentucky. 6. This Company has held down the fees on the Paris market for seven years and will hold them dowrr again this year in spite of the fact that we were strongly urged to raise them. " 7. This means a saving of 30 cents per hundred on $40 tobacco; a saving of 35 cents per hundred on $50 tobacco and 40 cents per hundred on $60 to bacco. Last season the lower fees saved the patrons of Paris market $36,000. . 8. We do not try to pinhook our customers, but do our best to give all the same treatment and the best information at our command at all times. Last sea son we advised everybody to hold tobacco until January 1st. We now want to inform you that tobacco is very, very high in North Carolina, and judging our market by that, as we have been able to do in the past, good bright tobacco will be very high in Kentucky. The apparent large per cent, of low grade tobacco in this crop has a tendency to make us apprehensive of lower prices for common tobacco, though we are glad to note a very considerable advance inJow grades upon hogshead market in the past ten days. 9. It will pay you to put your tobacco over the floor. The speculator who offers to buy expects to make money and is probably better posted than you. 10. Take pains in stripping and sorting and let us sell your crop for the W V v w mnuouu. . jj A. B. HANCOCK. C. M. CLAY, JR. JAS. CALDWELL, A. L. STEPHENSON, DIRECTORS: ,H. S. CAYWOOD, ECK SURKE, SAM CLAY, W. ML ROGERS, C. D.WILSON, -S. R. BURRIS, TOM BROCK, JNO. T. COLLINS i; I l! s; 3!v f.-. J j.i n si- n. s 1 M i I A. U "i a $ .- 4-. M -3f -.- ,J.- "s -.3 r V- TA' ?Si . 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