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V - & TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1920 THE BOURBON. NEWS,' PARIS, KENTUCKY t ' PAOTTHUDi K :: I A u DONT ITS' SJ A W.O " JfcBMir wr JS cC & c. . & Ef you are troubled with priins or aches; "fee! tired; have headache, indigestion, incomrJa; painful pass age cf urine, you will fxnd relief in WALL? BsfiuMfL, The trorld's standard remedy for kidney, liver, blsdder and tiric acid troubles and National Remedy cf Holland since 1G96. Three sicec, all druggists. Guaranteed. Lcok for llso name Cold Medal en every bs: t-nd tcccpt no imiUitica Mrs. Ellis' Cash Grocery Opposite Court House Paris, Ky, MEDICAL PROFESSOR SAYS CIG ARETTES WOT HARMFUL Speaking before the closing ses sion of the Ohio State Medical Asso ciation convention, Dr. .L. F. Bar ker, professor of clinical medicine at Johns Hopkins University, Balti more, declared that cirgarette smok ing is no worse for women than for men, "which is to say that it is nor. harmful, morally or physically, if not done to excess." "The cigarette is the mildest form of tobacco," he said. "One or two after mtals, not more than a dozen a day, would not have a harmful effect. It is smoking to ex cess which causes all the trouble. "Women who learn to smoko nearly always en lei into the pleas ure as they do into all pleasures, for all that it is worth. They learn to inhale and then smoke too much." V iced Tea Grape Juice Canned Meats Cheese Fruits Berries and Green Vegetables 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-6m-T) o DISTRIBUTION OF VICTORY MEDALS IS BEGUN SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Comings and Goings of Our People Here, There and Elsewhere. Both Phones Free Delivery BRIGHTER EVENINGS W'm' it Cvk. M I Distribution of 4,765,000 Victory medals to members of the Army, Navy and Marine Corps who wer in the service between April C, 1917. and November 11, 1918, has begun. In addition to the meda1. itself, the War Department has au thorised the issuance of IS combat or major operation clasps and a de fensive sector clasp to be worn on. Ihe ribbon with the medal and five overseas clasps for troops not entitl ed to the battle insignia. Among The major operations clasp, the Meuse-Aigonne 'offensive leads in point of numbers, depart mental records showing 1,208,350 men are entitled to this decoration the St. Millie! drive is second with j 557,750, and the Ainse Marne bat tle third with 277,800. The first Victory medal was pre sented in February to President Wilson, as commander-in-chief of the nation's militaiy and naval forces, i o CYNTHIANA GAINS 254. The population of Cynthiana. Ky., -was announced Wednesday as X 8 5 7. The census figures show an increase of 254 since 1910, or seven per cent. o Atlas had a light load. Consider the poor director making a picture with two women stars. . Just History SUMMER SHOWING In '76 The Colonial Dame Spun her cloth By Candle flame. In 1860 In Crinoline bright, She greeted her guests By Coal Oil light. And later on, r How time does pass Her home was lit By flickering Gas. But the girl of to-dav Who wants her home bright, Just presses a button And has Electric Light. -OF- VOILE DRESSES GEORGETTE DRESSES and a most extraordinary show ing of the latest styles in UCE HATS Paris Gas & Electric Co. ( Incorporated) Ray Hollis, of Cincinnati, is a guest of his father, W. H. Hollis, ear this city. Mr. and Mrs. Sidnev Ardery, Jr., have returned from a short visit to friends in Danville. Mrs. Frank P. Kieer is visiting her sister. Mrs. L. I. Smith, in Birmingham, Alabama. Mrs. Edward Turner has ,13 guest at ler home near Paris, Miss Una Varden, of Lexington. Eli Fisher has returned to his home near Clintonville, after a visr lo his parents, in Louisville. Trr.TFralk R Kiser and J- Simms Wilson have returned from a busi ness trip to .Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. W. C. Worthington, of Clin tonville, has gone to Chicago. He was accompanied by his wife and children. Prof, and Mrs. J. M. McVey and son, Paul, of Dayton, Ky., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Ter 'ill, near Clintonville. Mrs. Anna Belle Wallace was hostess Friday afternoon at her home on Twelfth street to the mem bers of her bridge club. Miss Lena Kemper Cooper has concluded a pleasant visit to rela tives in Flemingsburg, and has re turned to her home in this city. Mrs. R.. M. Hopkins and son, Robeit Hopkins, of Covington, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Thomas Helm Clay, on Eighth street. Miss Blanche Lilleston will leave this week for Lake Chautau qua. New York, where she will take a special course rf instruction in i-chool work. Misses Elizabeth and Ruth Wheeler, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wheeler, are spending their i summer vacation in Indianapolis. Ind., with relatives. Superintendent J. A. Morrison, of ,the Louisville & Nashville, has leturned from a two-weeks' vaca tion spent with friends and rela tives in and near Louisville. Mrs. William Kenney Fergu son and little daughter are with Mrs. Ferguson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ford Offutt, in George town, while Mr. Ferguson is on a trip in the South. Miss Nettie Pullen, formerly of Paris, and Miss Eleanor Lilby, of Shelbyville, both members of ths Science Hill Academy faculty at Shelbyville, have gone to California to spend their summer vacation. Misses Marjorie Trisler, Eliza beth Gaitskill, Emily "Fithian and Lillian Talbot t, of this city, are members of a house party being en tertained in Nicholasville by Mis Sara Best. Mrs. Calvert Meng has return ed lo her home near North Middle town from the Massie Memorial Hospital, in this city, where she hay been a patient for several .weeks. She was accompanied by her nurse. Miss FriehaieVr I z M,- --Mrs. Owen-L. Davis and moth er, Mrs. Belle Brent Alexander, ar at Graham Springs, near Harrods- burg, during the absence of Mr. Davis, -who is attending a confer ence of the Presbyterian Training School at Montreat, N. C. Mrs. Henry A. Power and daughter, Mrs. Edward Prichard, entertained with an informal lawn party last week at the iome of the former in honor of Mrs. Clara Poynter and Misses Poynter, of Shelbyville, who -were guests of Paris friends. A large number of the guests were former patrons or pupils of the Science Hill Academy, of which Mrs. Poynter is the princi pal. Delicious refreshments were served. The hostesses were assisted in entertaining their guests by Mrs. William Burchfield and Miss Sara Power. (Other Personals on Page 5) o GET BID OF YOU UNPROFITA BLE HENS. M npHOSE indented grip spots, in. the " MiM U "" f- pjj i center of each cleat, are safeguards vsIf 111 U Vm ' P3 against side-slipping. In forward or 1 Wl Jll ' (r "" - jVJ backward motion the cleats take hold, f y $fM tt "" CB . like the cleats on an athlete's shoes, I j wffl? W Vm gc Thus the Ajax Cord is thoroughly 1 IW w : ' PA dependable. Study the cleated tread. fr I V iU "" Wm You can see why it holds. X H If if 5C Big 4 Motor Co. f VI , V jA ?m Phone 891 Eighth and High Streets 1 A ft JS r.i vwwwwww 1 fJ rTrffliiir v .. r Z$Zs. &M 'sisfflazrsynssofi A A . A"- A- A A-'.AA.'- A" B''ns'M r mm 'i'oh' V ,--, V .'....--T '''. JULMJUUUUUUUOUUUUUUI "DANDERINE" Stops Hair "Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. Attention, Wheat Growers! Don't Forget Wc Are in the Market for Your Wheat, and that We Always Give FAIR GRADES AND HIGHEST PRICES Plenty of storage space at a reasonable charge' if you care to hold your wheat for higher prices. Get your bags from us. PERRY, McCANN & MITCHELL Office and Warehouse Foot of Pleasant Street. Twin Bros. Department Store 7th and Main Paris, Ky liSl OKgO if Great American Pay "Nothing But The Truth" THE STORY OF 24 HOURS OF VERACITY-iON A WAGER Complete Production New York Cast Rollicking Comedy Success 6th Night Redpath Chautauqua Just One of IS Big Attraction Season Ticket Only 2.75, Ph 10 Tw IWEgaREPPaTH CHMJIASMMM Experience, has demonstrated that it is possible to cull out the non laying hen, sell her and thereby save ' the feed she would consume, and at the same time secure practi cally as many eggs from the fowls remaining:. Farmers are urged to go over their flocks of chickens sometime during August, Septem ber or October and cull out the hens tluit have already shed their feathers, as they are not the hens that will lay the most eggs during the yeai. It has been found that as many as 15 of the flock can be eliminated in this way and the farmer will still get as many eggs from the remaining 85, in the meantime, save the feed that these boarder hens would consume. Cir cular No. 74 has just been issued by the College of Agriculture giv ing full particulars for this culling work. This circular can be secured by simply writing a post card to the College of Agriculture, Lexington. o SIGN OP POISON IN BLOOD. A few cents buys "Danderine After an application of "Danderine" you can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and thickness. (adv-T-tf) MAKE YOUR GARDEN WORK The farmer's garden should ba ihe richest piece of land on the: farm, as it is called upon to produce more than any other piece of land. This heavy production can only be secured by having a succession of crops, that is, as soon as one crop is matured, plant another one m us place; or very often the second crop can be planted between the rows cf the first crop. Beets can be planted between the ros of early radishes, sugar corn can be planted in the place of early peas, and such plant ing of beans can be made at inter vals cf two or three weeks' time. This will enable the .garden to pro duce its maximum number of crops. MMgssggigifsssiggTr; :"""?srs,3: ?-iiaia GASOLINE, RETAILERS HAVE HARD TIME COLLECTING TAX When one chooses to denounce one's enemy for proposing some thing, rather than commend one's friend for rejecting it, it is a sign of poison in the blood. Such a course is not only undignified, un charitable, unnecessary, but ex tremely foolish, as tending to rally the forces of the enemy without in any way encouraging oi strengthen ing the friend. Which is a thought prompted by the following: in the Republican platform: "We condemn President Wilson for asking Con gress to empower him to accept a mandate for Armenia." It would have, shown more decency to ap prove the action of Congress in re jecting the mandate, but the hate poison was there. For av national political party of America to betray itself in this manner is .evidence of such bi idled passion as must blur its better judgment and- render it incompetent to make prudent and right decisions in. delicate or gravo Because serious difficulties have been encountered by retailers in collecting the tax, representatives o eighteen wholesale oil concerns in Kentucky will confer with At torney General Charles I. Dawson lelative to construing the .law to allow the wholesalers to collect the one cent a gallon tax on gasoline. Another point to be determined s whether foreign oil concerns doing business in Kentucky are affected by the law. Nearly $500,000 in revenue is expected to be derived from the law yearly for use in the maintenance and construction of highways. o SXBMHBJMM "X ' Salt! Use Liverpool Will not harden in the barrel. Can be. had at either end of town. Sold by Collier Bros. Office Opposite Paris Tabacco Warehouse Cumberland Home Phone 2S7 HillltlHIU A t -l-..-.-,....,!!! IV .- ftMS851I8;S.!gSlggHy555l5gSi;ggg-i;gg-g5gI5JlJg5Ik H BEST REMEDY FOR TROUBLE. STOMACH '"I am pleased to have the oppor tunity to say a good word "for Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. Mamie Bertel, of Moberly, Mo. "I think they are the best remedy for stomach troubles, bil iousness and constipation I have ever used. I have taken them off and on for two or three years and they always relieve indigestion, toneup the liver and make me feel fine." (june-adv) : o A cucumber is a Ford- pickle witl And Now we are Mak: ing Contracts For I i ill M f. 'I fin Mr Fall . Paintin Our Spring business was far in excess of any season we have ever had, and it bids fair to be larger this Fall. We are booked 'way up with our summer busi ness. All our customers have been pleased. NOW, if you want painting done this Fall let us figure with you now and book your orders. Don't wait MATERIAL' WILL BE HIGHER! Fall is the proper time to do outside work. Protect your House from the winter weather withpjaint, Call us by phone for appointment. KAME BROS Heme Phone 399 s PAms, ktijcy -i mm - In G - mt& Paris GbMttvqva Week July 6th to 13th 31 affairs. a' Cadillac body. -i v.-' X" - V-. ,.&.