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" JT J v: - Jf4 ;-; 4: v. - At ' TUESDAY, 'MARCH 23, 1920. THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY PAGBTHKU ,? w Worn rv iH "3 ry .ac3.e 101SB; Bright eyes, a clear s!cn a?.-J a body full of youCi ahd health may be yours if you wii! l:ee? your system n crdsr by regularly taking &W&6ftS . -.-xw oi '3: P7 tij -LL tl R7 i-Ji f f r.V.1 GfcLSMEQ&L v& w w Tho "world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, the enemies of Vio and looks. In use since 1C95. Ail dtut'gis's. three sizes. Look for h- mma Cn!cJ MeJ-1 en every box M:d f-'ivMt no imitation BANDITS GET 94 CASES LEXINGTON, KY., March 23. LEXINGTON, KY., March 19. A gang of seven masked wilth black handkerchiefs, raided the Old Tarr Distillery warehouse early Thursday, and, after binding two guards at the point of revolvers, forced them to unlock the warehouse, stealing ninety-four cases of whiskey seized last January at Versailles, Ky., alleged to be the property of R. E. Wathen & Co., Louisville. The bandits said they "had come after their whiskey," and carried it away in an automobile truck. Tele phone wires leading to the distillery, were cut and the alarm was not given until the guards were able to get out some- hours after the raid. "SYRUP OF FIGS" IS LAXATIVE FOR CHILD Look At Tongue! Hemove Poisons Erom Stomach, Liver and Bowels r A JZM- s Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only look for tie name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its delicious fruit taste. Full directions for child's dose on each bottle. Give it with out fear. Mother! You must say "Cali fornia." ! (adv) Standard of Taste. One of my i fellow wage-slaves (re lates Louge) is the proud possessor of n exceedingly noisy shirt white, Uttti wide orange and purple stripes, tf $ou will believe it. One evening, he was calling on some friends who iNlve a five-year-old daughter. The yowngster gazed wide-eyed at the EMfiming combination, then, subbing Jbftr hand over the shirt front, in jured : "What kind of a flag Is that?' Cleveland Plain Dealer. Luck is largely a matter of cour age. o r A revolving door is a poor place to drop a quarter. o Many a sale is killed or made in the approach. WE HAVE Work Shoes and Dress Shoes For Men and Boys By selling them in conjunc tion with many other lines, such as K Suits, Hats, Etc. you can buy them for less. See for yourself. If You'll Stop Here You'll Buy Here. Twin Bros. Men's Store X. WOLLSXEIK, Proprietor 619 Main Street JUDGE DUNDON APPOINTED AS CHAIRMAN OF MEMORIAL COMMITTEE Judge Denis Dundon, of Paris, has been askecj to accept the County inairmanship to raise Bourbon County's part of Kentucky's prorata of the cost of a monument which will be erected on the site of the first Marne battle, and to be known as "America's Gift to France." This monument is being designed by Frederick MacMonnies, the fam ous American sculptor, and the ex act site will be selected by General Foch and General Joffre. .The total cost of the monument will be $250, 000, and it is the earnest desire of those with whom the idea originated that this money be raised by sub scription from every county in every State in the Union. Kentucky's quota is $6,000, and- tne amount desired to be raised m Bourbon County will be $100. The campaign will be held all over the country during the week of March 22 to March 27, and Chairman Dun don is particularly desirous to have Bourbon County go "over the top" on schedule tune. Everybody is asked to send a small subscription to Chairman Dundon to quickly raise Bourbon County's quota. It is the desire of Judge Dundon to have the quota one hundred dol lars, from Bourbon, raised in small amounts, permitting everybody to contribute a mite to the fund, in stead of having the whola amount given by a few persons.. A General Appeal For "The Gift." The Marne was one of the sreat throbbing moments of the heart of the world. At the Marne the ideal ism of the ages was fused with the supreme moral and physical heroism of the hour. Over the Marne breath ed the spirit of Salamis and of Tours. At the Marne the supreme love of liberty was crystalized into the su preme defense of liberty bv one of the agencies of civilization most highly dedicated to human liberty the Kepubtic of France. This Memorial, this Gift of Amer ica to France, is the effor tto express in a tangible.enduring form the pro found admiration of one liberty-lov ing nation for the devotion of a sis ter Republic to the -ideals and prac tises of liberty. This same love, and a similar de votion to similar ideals, led us in time to enter the war. And running cur rent with the high purpose of Amer ica to protect this world-liberty, was the steady glow of our century-old gratitude to France. While we do not now feel, nor will we ever feel, that we have paid in measure-full, all we owe to LaFayette, we may truly say that at the later Marne we took a larger credit on our death less debt to France. And we stand today, France and America, more closely bound than ever before, bound by ties of mutual sacrifice and heroism, ties that run from Yorktown to Chateau Thierry and that will now endure until the end of time. This Memorial should be given by all Americans, and especially by those to whom did not come the high privilege to offer themselves upon the soil of France. And we should be as jealous of our poor right now to give a little money, as were our boys on the banks of the Marne and in the Argonne Forest, of their most glorious right to give life and live; to give and give until life and love were gone. Kentucky will give; give her share and more, and give, we hope, from many hearts and many hands ,because the number of those who give, and not the amount given, will be accorded as the measure of our sympathetic interest in this no ble and beautiful work SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Comings and Goings of Our People Here, There and Elsewhere. LIFT OFF CORNS! Doesn't hurt at all and costs only a few cent ra L. A. Soper is in Artesia, Miss., on a business trip. Mrs. Ben Buckner has returned from a visit to relatives in Rich mond. Mrs. Alex King has returned to her home in Richmond after a visit to friends in this city. Miss Olivia Orr has returned to her home in this city from a visit to relatives in Georgetown. Mrs. Hattie Thomas, of Ver sailles, is a guest of Mrs. Margaret Burnett, on Winchester street. Mayor E. B. January attended the meeting of the Executive Com mittee of the Odd Fellows' Home, held in Lexington recently. Dr Wm. Riley Franklin, who has been confined to his home on Cypress street several weeks with influenza, is able to be out again. Marion Purcell, who has been conducting a livery stable on Second street, has sold out his business, and moved to his farm, near Crayton, in Nicholas county. Mrs. Percy Reid, of Richmond, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. M. A. .Patoiu of Paris, spent several days in Cincinnati the past week. Mrs. Reid has been visiting rela tives in this city. (Other Personals on Page 5.) E00D IN SEASON. A market gardener living near one of the large cities asks why peo ple always hanker after high-priced imported food containing little nour ishment when the markets have for sale lower-priced home-grown arti cles of much greater dietary value. He instances the demand for cucum bers, tomatoes and strawberries, just coming into the markets, which are abnormally high and not at then best in quality, but are finding a ready sale, while the farmers and grocers find it almost impossible to sell their remaining winter vegeta bles, such as parsnips, turnips and squashes, although these are of first quality, high in nutriment and ab surdly low in price. Of course the principal reason foi the demand for luxurious type of foods about which the complaint io made is that people are tired of the heavier diet ofwinter and long for the lighter, fresher foods. But the point of extravagance is there. It is possible to have a varied diet of easily digested foods without turn ing from the vegetables and fruits which are in season to those which are not. Certainly economy and a fair re gard for the home producer, must dispose of his stuff if he is to be en couraged to grow more, indicate the more practical method of buyingpr the table. abtTofadvige First Don't Delay; Second Don't Experiment. Magic! Just drop a little Free zone on that touchy corn, instantly it stops aching, then you lift the corn, off with the fingers. Truly! No humbug! Try Freezone! Your druggist selis a tiny -bottle for a .few cents, suffici ent to rid your feet of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and calluses, without one par ticle of pain, soreness or irritation.) Freezone is the discovery of a not ed Cincinnati genius. (adv) BE CAREFUL. See us before selling your furs, hides, junk, poultry and eggs STERN BROS.. ' Successors to Munich& Wides 8th St., opp. Martin Bros. Cumberland Phone 374. (ldec-m-T) . If you suffer from backache; headaches or dizzy spells: if you rest poorly and are languid in the morning; if the kidney secretions are irregular and unnatural in ap pearance, do , not delay. .In such cases the kidneys often need help. Doan's Kidney Pills are especially prepared for kidney trouble. Ask your neighbor. They are recom mended by thousands. Can Paris residents desire more convincing proof of their effectiveness than the statement of a Paris citizen who has used them and willingly testifies to their worth? Wm. W. Dudley, 1729 Cypress Street, Paris, says: "Some years ago I found it necessary to use a kid ney remedy and as I had read about Doan's Kidney Pills, I used them They proved to be satisfactory and permanetly rid me of the complaint. X have good reason to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills and advise their use to anyone troubled with a weak and lame back or irregular passages of the kidney secretions." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Dudley had. Fostei-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. (adv) o THINGS TO WORRY ABOUT Of course it would be very nice and commendable to teach the illit erate grown-ups how to read and write in the "moonlight schools." Tint what Kentucky needs most is to get into "the daylight schools" that one-fourth of our boys and girls of school tfge who do not attend school at all. Why strain at gnats and swallow- camels? Enforcement of the new compulsory attendance law will do more to wipe out illiteracy than all the "moonlight schools" that could be established. o Persia Sparsely Peopled. It is veasy to overrate the land of Darius and Cyrus, Amur, and Hafiz, for Persia has not nearly a many in habitants as Mexico. Estimates differ. widely and there has never been a real .census, hut if is possible that n tt ter" ritory equal to Fiimce, Germany, the British isles and Italy all taken to gether, the population does not ex ceed that of little Belgium. In area Persia is more than 15 times as big as Ohio, but It contains fewer than twice as many people. a. iSiiiiiiT533 "SPRING-FEVER" Spring Bays Are Treacherous Germs Don't Disappear With Cold Weather AND BI00D IS SLUGGISH AND WEAK Don't Take Chances If You Feel Bad. 1 Enrich Your Blood With Pepto-Mangan There is a great deal of serious sickness in the Spring. And it is easy to see why. Loner weeks pent up indoors, too little ex ercises and fresh air, winter sick nesses not entirely over with, a gen erally lowered vitality. Blood weak and . sluggish. Then come fine Spring days that are not as warm at they seem; or sudden changes in the weather, and you haven't taken proper precautions. Vigorous, red-blooded people don't often get sick. If you're not feel ing your best, get Pepto-Mangan of your druggist and take it to build up your blood. This effective and agreeable tonic has been .tested for over thirty years, and physicians, everywhere, recommend it for run down, pale and anemic people. The whole family should take Pepto-Mangan it is good health in surance. .Besides, what a iov it is to feel fit and fine ready for any thing! To have an abundance of energy and enthusiasm! Pepto-Mangan is for sale at your druggist's, and in both liquid and tablet form. There is no difference in medicinal value. Take which ever you prefer. But to make sure you get' the genuine, ask for "Glide's Pepto-Mangan" and see tint the name "Glide's" is on the package. (adv) o CHAMP CLARK MAY RUN FOR! PRESIDENT. - ! O U R every pro fessional act is performed in a satis- factory manner. Our experienced methods and the just ness of our business conduct are above criticism. "mimn llyliliiiriiiiin Trr-T-i-B.i "i.!!-. -,---.-..-... iri MIft"giBa;...BJSgBMflg Champ Claik has stepped into the race for the Democratic Presiden tial nomination. This is the conclusion that Mi. Clark admitted might be drawn , lrom a telegram he s'jnt to mi ram l,. Gardner, Secretary of the Georgia State Democratic committee, in re sponse to requests as to whether he j would be a "receptive 'candidate. Mr. Clark's closest friends indi cated that the message" meant that he would not be a candidate for Sen ator from Missouri. A Senatorial campaign would have to be started soon, they pointed out, and' the be lief was that Mr. Clark, if unsuc cessful in obtaining the Presidential nomination, preferred to remain a member of the House. THE BEST LAXATIVE. "My sedentary habits have neces sitated the use of an occasional laxa tive. I have tried many, but found nothing better than Chamberlain's Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, Hardwick, Vt. Mr. Daniels is pro prietor of the Hardwick Inn, one of the model hotels of New England. (adv) o Usually a man that doesn't care how he looks doesn't care what he does. The Housewife Longs For Electric Labor and Time Savers Like These BHHHHSiaBBHaHBHBHHHr 'iytjB jBaBBKSBSMPBjBaBMw ofcaaY Electric Irons, Chafing Dishes, Coffee Pots, Cook Stoves, Hair Curlers, Hot Plates, Egg Boilers, Room Heaters, etc. Electricity is clean, con venient, safe and eco nomical because it saves you so much labor and household drudgery. GET THEM ALL MERE T. W. SPICER MAIN STREET OPP. COURT HOUSE lltJ.gaU-3rl.SA8ag . UMiita. J5 t g -Sir 3 5BgaiS55i-5iJgi !5S sgsgglSjgysg? u 3H Grow Fine Tobacco By using FERTILIZER. More tobacco, better color, and prices always right. See COLLIER BROS. BEFORE. YOU BUY Office Opposite Paris Tobacco Warehouse Cumberland Phot SSI Home Pliant 257 MmiiuiimuiJi,!.. -.-i,g-V.!i;U THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56" AUTO -TRACK WAGOH Weber Too Low er Others Too High? E Swircl-Coupiins: and Fifth-Wkeel How Best to Determine Correctness of Price Asked ITHER the price of the Weber standard ized auto-track wagon is away too low or else the prices of other wagons are away too high. You can figure it out for yourself by comparison. For instance, examine some well-known wagon that sells for practically the same price as the Weber and note carefully the ironing of the gears and the distinctive features if they have any. Now come over and see us and let us show you the Weber. Compare this wagon, point for point, and size of each piece of wood stock, with the other fellow's product. Note the ironing of the Weber gears and bear in mind how cheap the other fellow's wagon gears looked in comparison. Note the Weber swivel-reach-coupling that takes all twisting strain off the gears and brakes and don't forget that this feature was entirely lacking on the other fellow's wagon. Note the Weber Fifth-Wheel that distributes the strain on the front bolster, prevents it from rocking and reduces to a minimum whipping of the tongue, etc and don't forget that this feature, too, was altogether lacking on the other fellow's wagon. N A difference of $1 1.50 to $18.00 in favor of the Weber is apparent nearly always. Now then answer to your own satisfaction the question of whether the price of the Weber with strictly A-grade wheels with high carbon tire, is too low or the prices of other wagons too high, considering quality. And remember we sell Weber Auto -Track Wagons the "King, of all Farm Wagons." THE C. S. BALL GARAGE Corner Fourth and Pleasant Sts. THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 5" AUTO -TRACK .WACOM nfV - ?5 ! r . . Ml 1 Ha -M J "i- n A ' tSi T" . . 1 One idea breeds another. y, I-""' Kf -K S'J "wt.-' A- f . .. -u r- " "