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' TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1920 THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY PA6ISKVSN 4, I Welf&rmedf! v W -71 nS' CHcr-!i When company comes there is no time to waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is al ways a can of CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. Then, too, her reputa tion as a cook must be upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet every time. She ktiows it wilf not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings every day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. Yo sire vies yei bay it. f Yoa saTe wkes yi use it. SPARKS BIG CIECUS COMING TO WINCHESTER. The Sparks big 3-rinir circus will exhibit in Winchester en Saturday, April 24, and Mt. Sterling, Monday, April 26, giving two performances and inaugurating its appearance with a splendid parade nearly two miles in length. Every feature of the great exhibition will be repre sented in this truly remarkable page-nt, which leaves the grounds daily at 10:30 a. m. This season finds the Sparks Cir cus nearly double in size and among the largest tented enterprises. Among the sensational features crowded together in the two. and one-half hour program are the Sparks Stable of shimmay dancing horses, including Caesar, champion high jumping horse of the world, statue horses and dogs. Lady and three gorups of marble-like trainers seem to predominate with this circus and two herds of ponder ous elephants, among them being the earth's largest monster "Bib Zulu," the sky-scraper elephant, who will be seen at each perform ance, and will be worked' entirely by lady trainers. The daring Ma toka will be seen in his front and backward slides for life on a narrow thieadlike wire extending fiom the top of the tent to the ground, a dis tance of nearly the entire length of the huge canvas and just for good measure forty clowns will be on hand to extract the hearty laughs from you. Two performances will be given, at 2 and 8 p. m. Doors will open at 1 and 7, so that you will have plenty of time to visit the menagerie and horse fair. B. Y. P. U. STATE CONVENTION AT FRANKLIN MOTHER! California Syrup oY Figs' Child's Best Laxative Peculiar African Rptlle. The gaboon 'viper ranges over the whole of tropical Africa. The body Is exceedingly thick, stnbtailed, with a huge, spade-shaped head. Instead of progressing In ordinary fashion, this reptile throws forward lateral loops of the body and move? along In an oblique direction to that In which the head is pointing. A cap tive specimen displayed the trait of striking backwards. SPRING SHOW I NO Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only look for the name Cali fornia on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say "California." (adv-T-tf) o There is more unfluctuating and dependable profit in a good name than there is in a thousand flashes of brillincy. Tiie fifth annual convention of the Baptist Young People's Union of Kentucky will be held in the au ditorium of the First Baptist church, Franklin, Ky., April 22 to 25, President J. W. Compton, of Hopkinsville, Ky., presiding. The first session will be held at 8:00 o'clock on Thursday, April 22. Mayor E. L. Gillespie and Hon. L. B. Finn, of Franklin, Ky., will each deliver a short address of wel come, which will be responded to by Rev. T. L. "Wooten, of Erlanger, Ky. The principal address of the evening will be "The Contribution of the B. Y. P. U. of Our Times," by Rev. J. W. Porter, D. D., pastor of the First Baptist church, Lex ington, Ky. Three sessions will be held each day throughout the convention. Among other speakers will be Rev. O. E. Bryan, D. D., corresponding secretary of the Baptist State Board of Missions; Rev. J. R. Black, State Sunday School Secretary; Rev. L. W. Doolan, D. D., Hopkinsville, Ky.; Rev. W. C. Boone, Owensboro, Ky.; Rev. E. H. Marriner, Dayton, Ky.; Rev. B. H. Lovelace, Louisville, Ky.; Rev. B. P. Robertson, D. D., Paducah, Ky.; Rev. H. I. Hester, of Whiteville, N. C, and Mr. R. I. Berghauser, of Nevada, Mo. All of the various phases of B. Y. P. U. work will be discussed. Mr. H. I. Hester, of Whiteville, N. C, will discuss Senior problems and Mr. R. I. Berghauser, of Nevada, Mo., will discuss Junior problems. The program is replete with musical numbers, demonstrations, discus sions and conferences by young people from all over the State. At inteivals between the sessions there will be a number of stunts. This part of the program will be in charge of Mrs. Stanley Milligan, of Lexington, Ky. There will be an All-State Effici ency Banner awarded to the Junior and Senior B. Y. P. U. having sent in to State B. Y. P. U. Secretary O. T. Black, 205 East Chestnut Street, Louisville, Ky., the highest aver age yearly report since the last con vention. All newly organized B. Y. P. U.'s will be graded accord ingly. Plans are being perfected by the Baptist churches here in this local ity, as well as those all over the State, to take a large delegation to this assemblage. The names of all delegates who expect to attend should be sent to Mr. Will P. Payne, Franklin, Ky., at least two weeks before the convention. The officers of the convention are: Prof. J. W. Compton, Hopkinsville, Ky., president; W. T. Perry, Cov ington, Ky., first vice-president; W. P. Payne, Franklin, Ky., second vice-president; R. L. Montgomery, Paducah, Ky., third vice-president; Mits Amy Perry, Stamping Ground, Ky., recording secretary; O. T. Black, Louisville, Ky., corresponding secrelary; Mrs. H. R. Childress, Louisville,, Ky., treasurer; A. J. Shafer, Bellevue, Ky., chorister, and Geo. R. Jewell, Louisville, Ky., press reporter. I X2t2T2SjH j&tLSLXsMnpz WEST BADEN SPRINGS HOTEL Ladies' and Misses' SUITS COATS SKIRTS BLOUSES DRESSES MILLINERY ETC., ETC. Twin Bros. Department Store 7th and Main Paris, Ky EVENINGS sS? ' 3 "' ' """ Nothing adds to the pleasures of a home, or makes life more worth living, than a well illumi nated house. "Use Glectriciti for CigMing It's the only satisfactory way. 'Use Sas Tor Seating and Cooking It's the only sensible plan. Let Us Fix Youl Up For the Use o! Both Electricity in Gas. DKWadcklls Pile Remedy Don't Suffer Don't be Operated i woSSL yoa hare tried Dr. WtddelPs Wk Remedy. 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WITNESS AFTER WITNESS IN A icme SmitfcGroVeKyJ BROOKS & NAPP, Paris, Kentucky Such Evidence Our Readers Cannot Dispute Printing Safeguards Your Money Protect your cash not only with bolts and bars and banks , but with businesslike printed forms and records for every transaction you undertake. We can ahow you a paper e ImTf Paper that betrays erasure and prevents fraudulent al teration of your checks, notes, drafta and receipts. For letterheads and general printed forms we use and recommend a standard paper 3KXd that we know will give you ' satisfaction. As we take up THE NEWS week by week, we are struck by the hearty, unmistakable way in which witness aftor witness speaks out as Mr. Bankm does here. If these peo ple were strangers living miles away, we might take little notice of them. But they are not. They are our neighbors, living among us. Their word is too easily proven to admit of any doubt. They speak out in the hope that their experi ence may be a guide to others. Floyd H. 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Very few copies remain extant, and the one found at Pasadena, Calif., in the possession of Miss Persia Schofield, a sister of George Schofield, Federal soldier, has attracted some large offers from souvenir purchasers. On July 2, 1863, J. M. Sword, editor of the paper, had hardly hardly set type for publication before the city was taken by Union soldiers. Schofield, of the Fourth Minnesota Regiment, being a printer, walked into the shop, finished setting the type and added news of the capture. He looked around for paper on whch to print. None being available, he took rolls of wall paper, ran off the edition and "placed it on the street." Ms&gsrWi "tefc W, if -a V M m. Vi-j Gr.TX -' A- It jtsacai JlOCALr ! r f I I VoXWi LOCAL ( tone jotAtcn CATARRHAL DEAPNESS CANNOT BE CURED Paris Gas & Electric Co. jewf j0, Department' World Ha& Many Lepers. Neither geography, climate, diet, heredity nor any other known influ ence sufficiently explains the cause, the distribution or the behavior of lep rosy. There is no discovered certain cure for it, and the cases of complete recovery, if there have been such, are rare. To most American it is happily only a name made familiar by Bibli cal mention or by reports of mission aries to far-off landti ; and the estimate that there are 2,000,000 of these hope less sufferers in the world comes to many people as a svrprise. Rochester Post-Expresa. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH ' REMEDY The great benefit derived from the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been greatly acknowledged by many. Mrs. Benjamin F. Blakeney, Decatur, 111., writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is by far the best medicine for colds and coughs we have ever used in our family. I gave it to my children when small for croup and have taken it myself." By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. 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