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TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1920.
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
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2AGENBECK - WALLACE CIRCUS
AT LEXINGTON, APEIL 28.
Tie great Hagenback-Wallace
Slices combined, is to visit Lexing
ton on Wednes'day, April 28. Great
interest attaches to the event be-'
caus amusement lovers will have a
chance of viewing t&e combined
performance of the two greatest cir
cus organization on the road. The
Hagrenbeck trained wild animals arc
famed in every nation on the globe.
At t!:e European headquarters of the
no London, England, the animals
are transported after their capture
aad taught to perform remarkable
tea is.
The history ot the Great Wallace
Circus is a part of the history of
America. With the stalwart B. E.
Wallace as the originator the show
rets- from a single wagon to one of
the most colossal institutions of its
kind. Starting as a poor Indiana
farrrer boy Mr. Wallace by persever
ance and honesty in the course of
thirty years, saw his show reach the
pinnacle of America's circuses. With
his nany and varied interests he
de-votes his personal attention to the
interests of the Hagenbeck-Wallace
shows. There are in the neighbor
ly -d of 1,000 people connected with
f big show. He personally en
srage" every attache. The combined
shos are transported from city to
city iipon three of t&e longest circus
-r&is in America. (adv)
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TRANSYLVANIA OBSERVES HEN
RY CLAY'S BIRTHDAY
7. ansylvania College at Lexing
ton celebrated with appropriate cer
cn.-.mes the past week the birthday
of Henry Clay, Kentucky statesman,
whv at one time was a member of the
fic-lty of that institution and later
on? of its curators. The speaker for
the occasion was Judge Charles
Kerr, of Lexington, who long has
been a student of the life of the
rtat Kentuckian, and who is en
cazed now in writing a history of
tl Commonwealth to the service of
wh.ch Mr. Clay gave so many years
in Legislature, Congress and U. S.
Senate. The birthday of Clay is an
annual event with Transylvania,
which thus pays tribute to his
hi? memory.
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Ttet Is What Mrs. Bartlett Says
After Takins: Tanlac
"Tanlac is certainly a wonderful
medicine to do what it has done for
me.1' was the statement made the
other day by Mrs. Frances Bartlett,
who lives at 1106 Norwood "avenue,
Toledo, Ohio.
'"For the past five or six years I
tuffeied so much from stomach
trouble, nervousness and a general
run-down condition that I saw little
pleasure in life," Mrs. Bartlett con
tinued. "And then when I had the
mfuenza over a year ago it left me
so weak arid miserable that I almost
suffered a complete breakdown. I
was unable to even sweep the floor,
for I would give out completely and
one to keep up the house it hurt
when my husband had' to get some
me so that I almost gave up heart.
My digestion was so bad that I
i early lost my appetite, a-nd what I
did eat bloated me up with gas and
caused me to suffer agonies from
pains in my stomach. Dizzy, nau
seating spells would come over me
f-ucdenlv and I would have to lie
down wherever I happened to be. I
was so weak and short-winded that
I could not walk a full block with
out having to stop and rest. I was
50 -nervous that for past two years I
didn't know what it was to get a
good night's sleep. In fact, I had
fallen off in weight, and was in
such a miserable condition that I
just hate to thirfk what a wreck I
was and can hardly understand how
I held out as long as I did.
"About a month ago my husband
came home with a bottle of Tanlac
and said he had been hearing so
much about it that he wanted me to
try it. I began to improve right
away and now, although I have
taken only three bottles, I feel that
I have been made over into a new
weman. I eat just anything I
want and am never troubled after
wards yin the least. Those dizzy,
rauseating spells don't bother me
any more and I am doing all my
"h -use-work by nryself. The ;nerv-
f asness has all left me and I am
new enjoying sound, restful sleep
every night. Already I have gained
p.ght pounds in weight and have
-ore strength and energy than 1
have had in six years. I am just so
happy over what Tanlac has done
fcr me that I want to tell other
buffering people about this medi
cine." Tanlac is sold in Paris at Peoples
Fkarmacy. (adv)
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Waoe Successful War on Pest.
The worst enemy of the grape grow
ers in California Is a minute insect
called the "thunder fly," because it ap
pears in greatest numbers in hot and
sultry wea'ber, when thunder storms
arc frequent. A toian out there has in
vented a suction apparatus, with a ten
horsepower blower, that is placed on
wheels and driven through the vine
yards, harvesting the pests from the
Tines as It goes along. It is said to
work very successfully.
ARE YOU HAPPY?
To he happy you must he well. If
you are frequently troubled with
constipation and indigestion you
cannot be altogether happy. Take
Chamberlain's Tablets . to r correct
these disorders. They are prompt
and effectual, easy aad .plsant t0
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PROCLAMATION BY THE STATE
B0ARP OF HEALTH "
WHEREAS, The winter's accumu
lation of decaying filth and refuse in
alleys and streets of cities and
towns, and especially in and about
i the back premises of almost all
homes, rich and poor, in cities,
towns and country districts, con
stitute an annuallv recurrincr, men-1
ace to the health, life and comfort
of the entire population of Ken
tucky, which easily and inexpen
sively can be hauled away and
spread upon gardens and farms
where it is much needed if all
classes of the people will lend a
hand in the work now;
THEREFORE, Be it known that
the State Board of Health, by vir
tue of authority vested in it by
law, hereby joins the State Federa
tion of Womens' Clubs in designat
ing and proclaiming tne penon
from April 26th to May 2nd, as
"Clean-Up-Week," this to include
liming and white-washing, for every
home in Kentucky; and in this
health a-nd life-saving work earn
estly appeals for the full and active
co-operation for the entire week of
all city and ycounty officials, day
Sunday school teachers and pupils
their duty to begin with the school
house and grounds so as to make
them models for the community
preachers and their church mem
bers, womens' clubs, Red Cross
chapters, "newspapers, and every
family, and especially asking city
and town officials and heads of
families to furnish teams and the
heavy labor necessary in hauling off
the refuse which, with this encour
agement, the women, and children
TkHtdrinii i
canHbe-eliefc'SBP0110 collect t ic-Jtothe' surfacfe wheoyouvrhtrVjheni
'ceirfble places; and 'theBoard urges thewrcng way.yiVjsT s, dV?:
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LOTHES that know no clique or clan. They're just as popular with the American farmer as with the Wall
Street financier or the University man at Yale or Princeton.
From Southern Indiana to Northern Tennessee they are worn by men who want typical American, style, qualiQT'.
that' gives real service true economy.
You do not pay one cent extra Jor the added convenience of shopping: at the "Store of Standardized Values."' If you can buy anything: for
less elsewhere we will refund your purchase price.
This Clothing Institution, established 50 years ago at Versailles, Ky., later moved to-Lexington, and then to Frankfort
Louisville is as truely a store of the Commonwealth of Kenruckyas of the City of Louisville.
jffie Store
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Granville ft. Bur f on
Louisville, U. S.
Louisville's
that, the press, womens' clubs, clergy
and teachers give this proclamation
such publicity as will make it ef
fective, with plea that the clean-up
be repealed monthly until cold
weather sets in next "fall, except
that it be weekly as to the manure
, in all stables where horses are kep't
i in order to put an end to the breed
J ing of flies.
i Given 'under nnr linrnlc nnd fho
Seal of the Board, this 2-0 th day of
April, 1920.
JOHN G. SOUTH, M. D.,
President.
t. Mccormick, m. d.,
Secretary.
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A.
HOW DIPHTHERIA IS C0N
' TRACTED
One often hears the expression,
"My child caught a severe cold
which developed into diphtheria,"
when the truth was that the cold
had simply left the little one partic
ularly susceptible to the wandering
diphtheria germ. If your child has
a cold when diphtheria is prevalent
you should take him out of school
and keep him off jthe street until
fully recovered, as there is a hun
dred times more danger 'of his tak
ing Qiphtheria when he has a cold.
When Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is given it quickly cures the cold
and -lessens the danger of N diphtheria
or any other germ disease being
contracted. ,
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Business and life are like a bank
account you ca-n't take but more
than you put in.
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ane, 'cat" in most people comes
Kentucky's Greatest Clothing Institution
qfi$laiidaidizedVa(aes
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JEFFERSON
Middle Name Is Crutcher & Starks
HOW IS YOUR COMPLEXION?
A woman should grow more beau-
tiful as she grows older and she will j
with due regard to baths, diet and i
exercise, and by keeping her liver i
and bowels in good working order.
If you are haggard and yellow, j
your eyes losing their lustre and j
whites becoming yellowish, your !
flesh flabby, it may be due to indi
gestion or to a sluggish liver.
Chamberlain's Tablets correct these
disorders.
(adv)
SnWaddcll's
Pi k Remedy
Don't Suffer Don't be Operated
on until yon have tried Dr. Waddell's
PiUReaoedy. Absolutely hannleu. Guar
anteed to ghp absolute satisfaction or
saoaey refunded. $1,50 per bottle at your
druggist If not write us.
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