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TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1920
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
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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."
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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.
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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
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The print paper shortage could
possibly be surmounted by the ex
ample set by the Daily Citizen, of
Vicksburg, Miss., issued July 4,
1863, a copy of which has turned
up. That issue of. the Citizen was
printed on wall paper. 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."
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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.
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REMEDY
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Decatur, 111., writes, "Chamberlain's
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medicine for colds and coughs we
have ever used in our family. I
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By local applications, as they
cannot reach the diseased portion of
the ear. There is only one way to
cure catarrhal deafness, and that is
by a constitutional remedy. Catarrh
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condition of the mucous lining of
Eustachian Tube. When this tube
is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafnesd
is the result. Unless the inflamma
tion can be reduced and this tube
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Ranked High in Literature.
"O. Henry,4' whose real name was
William Sydney Porter, was born at
Greensboro, N. C, in 1862. After leav
ing school he spent a number of years
wandering in the southern and south
western states, and engaged in a
varied journalistic career. He finally
settled in New York city, where some
of his best works were written. Foi
some time he was a fugitive in South
America because of nnrncial difficul
ties in which he became involved. He
died .Tune 5, 1010.
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