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Y u '. 'v .V f-' ' i. 9 r . j BOURBON IfsWS, 'PAKV, , FRIDAY. JUNB It, 11., 7 TG90C A - O r m .j OLD LEAKY ROOFS BWbe atYMiandwtdelsakprooffirith SUPERLASTIC ROOF COATING Manufacturers Direct to Consumer, Dnukei rree. BTTERNATIONAL COATINGS CO. C4 S. Secad St. Lowcrffle, Ky. Escape the "Stout" Class An attractive figure is not a matter of size but of correct proportibns. The stout wo men who are never spoken of as "stout" are those who give a little time and thought to proper corseting. Rengo Belt Reducing Corsets give the wearer an appearance of slenderness. The exclusive Rengo Belt feature gives strength and support where the greatest strain falls over the abdomen and hips. They have the reputation of being "the most economical reducing corsets ever devised." Priced from $2 to $jo FRANK & CO. I J I tW9-5 v fj N- '?N 99bbbbHbIbbbbbbbbbe? BBBHBiaBBBiBaE , .. Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at LATONJA June 4th Stakes: ftffSOTa SWB UTNUKafT J-mU BtKSTEF MMKAP ink la Those MMUSTUES y. Joa 4Mb CK RHXHCJf J, JUM MB I ral HK IATMU Itff MHITI 1 1 ' BHHHHK ffi. Kentucky Jockey Qbb WM. J. BRYAN WHJ. RESIDE IM FLORIDA William Jennings Bryan will vote in Florida in the future. While in New York the other day he an nounced that his actual residence in that State would become his legal residence. He was influenced in making the change, he said, by the state of Mrs. Bryan's health, and in his new home expected to concern himself as much as ever with public affairs. He said: "Mrs. Bryan's health is such that it is necessary for is to live in the South, and, having lived in Miami for eisht years, we nave chosen that citv for our permanent . home. Fori some time I have been, politically speaking, in a state of suspended an imation, living in Florida but voting in Nebraska. Being as much inter ested as ever in the problems of gov ernment and desiring to make my remaining -years as valuable to . my country as possible, I have decided to transfer my citizenship to Flor ida, and thus make my actual resi dence my legal residence also." So Easy To Drop Cigarette, Cigar or Chewing Habit. No-To-Bac has helped thousands to break the costly, nerve-shattering to bacco habit. Whenever you have a longing for a smoke or chew, just place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet in your mouth instead. All desire stops. Shortly the habit is complete ly broken, and you are better off mentally, physically, financially. It's so easy, so simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac and if it doesn't release you from all craving for tobacco in any form, your druggist will refund your money without question. (adv) , o Removing Paint From Wood. To rid room of bad odor give It a coat of paint or varnish. If a dead rat or mouse causes 'the trouble the odor will last until the little creatura is entirely dried up. Lye will takt off paint but would injure the wood for applying paint to later. Use a paint remover bought at a paint shop. Housewife. DrWadckll's Pile Remedy Dtatt Sufier Don't be)perated m watil row have triad Dr. WaddelTa ygR Mrfy. AbaolirtafofiwaWai 2mu r - m. r nnuxiRb if sot writs tp CuciuiiaEi) to July 9th QUIT TOBACCO sj BlvBlBBBl BBaB aT 'BaBlBT - BmBmBBIBBiB BBfl Ba rBLVbl BaaHHavalaalaaHaVaMaaHaaanaaai The unusually haghckss of the horses on tic.giocmA, theexceOeace ottlic jxrogram book and improved accom modations for patrons com bine to insure the success of the meeting at the popular La&onia Course. vi Vl i$ n who visit this month will enjoy "Ac finest sport in its history. TXtt Ky-, 14 IN AMD ABOUT THE fc!TY ' To get away with' flattery one must be pretty sharp. Fortune doesn't always knock when a woman is having one of her at hme days. 9 v You never can tell. It isn't always the biggest man who looks down on his neighbors. There isn't much hope for some of the parsons unless they practice bet ter than they preach. About the only people in the world who don't quarrel over religion are the people who haven't any. Occasionaliyyou come across a man in public life whose silence if 30 in tense you can almost hear it Wigg "Is there anything worse than running up against a bore?" Wagg "Only having him run up. against you." Many an unhappy marriage can' be traced t the fact that it is easier to tell a little lie than to answer a lot of questions. Cheer up, girls. The young man's slave may also develop' into an old man's darling if he sticks on the job long enough. o Muggins "Mrs. Washaway, for a woman of her age, is very well pre served." Buggins "Thereby illustrat ing that self-preseravtion is the first law of nature." Mrs. Pnuerich "Poor Mr. Bjones! He was suddenly stricken with lock jaw just as. he was eating his dinner." Mix Pneurich (thinking of his own table manners) "Gee whizz! Did he cut his mouth?" DANCE PARTNERS HE DETESTS The girl who leaves powder all over my dress-suit If she had the trouble of brushing my clothes she'd stop powdering her arms. The girl who criticises her hostess, and compares "this hop" unfavorably with the one she went to last night. ' She who is so small that to dance with her is a continual strain. She who is so tall that I feel I have engaged myself .to a grenadier by mis take. The shy thing save girl, who can't say "yes" or "no." any- The chatty one who will tell me the ages of all her feminine acquaint ances, and how wonderful it is they don't look it! The girl who has no back to her dress! It is most embarrassing. The girl who wears "dan lums" which invariably break in the middle of the floor! N The "Oh-I-beg your pardon" girl who insists on apologizing? e,very 10 Sec onds for real or imaginary mistakes. The lurch. girl who leaves you in the The girl whose hair is always com ing down. The silent partrier who dances with a look of pain on her face, and who sits out the ensuing interval without a word. FLORIDA SUNSHINE Many a man thinks he is picking a chicken when he is only picking a lemon. aw By its creaking you may know thai the front porch swing has superseded the parlor sofa. All men may be created free equal, but the married .men will t jjau that they are anything but free. A' man never realizes how many pins go to waist until he snags bis hand on two or three of them in aWe bttdy's waist. Alter all there is no -difference be tween being hit by the Love Bug anft the Insanity Bug. They pat a fetf$v in the same state of mental aberration and irresponsibility. . It's a hard world, mates. Ma near ly breaks her neck at hours for a stretch in the house and pa nearly breaks his neck for hours at a stretch on the street rubbering at the women's styles. Jacksonville Times-Union. IN OTHER TONGUES The Tartarian alphabet has 202 Ut ters. The, Polish alphabet contains 56 let ters. The Finnish language has no prep ltione. There are 214 letters in the Chines alphabet The blacks of Africa speak 848 lan guages and dialects. . - -; - j Afcsvt one-third, of tke noMlatiaa. thiwrld spoaks fjttist Wtti yt 3KV 1 f A A A z m pipe won our n your v tongue if you smoke P. A.! Get that pipe-party-bee buzzing in ydur sflfote- t y section! Know for a fact what a joy'us jimmy pipe can and will do for your peace and content! Just (Check up the men in all walks of life you meet daily fltho certainly get top sport out of their pipes all Prinet 'Alton ? U In tmppy rmd hma,tidyrmttim, hmndMmmm pmmnd madhmtf ywM tim jtmnd crystal gUmm hmmidmr with mpmmg tmiitmmr, tow. . i Copyright 1921 fey R. J. ReymaMs Tabacco C. WattM-Salta, Mi C w brighter; EVENINGS Just History In 57 The Colonial Dame n Spun her cloth Sj Candle flame. In 1860 In Crinoline blight, She erreeted' her 'aesti By Coal Oil light. And .later on, How time doei pass Her home was lit By flickering Gas. Bit Hie girl of to-day Who wants her home bright, Just presses a button And has Electric Light. Paris Gas & Electric Co. (Incorporated) Ellis' Tea Room The Home of Good Home Cooked Meals n AFTER MAY 15th We will Serve Our Meals to Transient Trade at 65c , per meal on week days 75c per meal on Sundays Meal Tickets (2i MEALS) 2 Meals per Day $8.50 1 Meal per Day $9.50 Regular Board (3 meals per day) SS.OO M Sw 1HE m wm :.. 'it -?v jr.- A - m. L. agiuw wiiu AJLugiaiii, aeugaixui. irienaiy .trince Albert! - . 'And, you can wager your week's wad tlia? Prince Albert's quality and flavor and coolness and its freedom from bite and parch (cut out by our exclu sive patented process) will ring up records in your; jlittle old smokemeter the likes of which you never; before could believe possible! v iYou don't get tired of a pipe when it's packed witK Prince Albert! Paste that in your hat! !And, just between ourselves! Ever dip into tHg gport of rolling 'em? Get some Prince Albert and jthe makin's papers quick and cash in on a ciga rette that will prove a revelation! prince Albert the national joy EAGLE "MIKADO" For Sale at your Dealer Made in five grade LASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK (till july4) ii i1 mmaiiiMiii MAKE THEM HAPPY AT HOME WITH ELECTRIC GRILLS TOASTERS IRONS We have a few MISTO MAGIC SETS and other fays left over from the holidays. Let Us Demonstrate - the Golden Throated Claxtonola. Plays Any Record. T. W. MAIN STREET ixaaiMi Hi L I Bourbon DAVIS & PUNK, Proprietors t Telephone No. 4 The Bourbon Laundry Pans, Kentucky IKBVXlVXBBlXai A jl f5 A t v-rt - 1J I .T'- smoke Pencil No. 174 pi 2fmmk L' u &jJX(Pl)i jjj m.n.Txm ytt.Hl VACUUM CLEANERS WASHING MACHINES FLASH XTlGHTS, ETC. SPICER OPP. COURT HOUSE mairrftttMiii i:-:i Laundry West Fifh Street SATISFACTION OUR WATCHWORD! With all the latest improve ments in laundry aDphancei and expert "helpers we aije prepared to aowoxK lj rhfor to none, and at) your patronage. 1! B H&ws, a j , al ..At I r t imuko. j y L. s t ?v ."V 'J1 -v- " 1 o fa ' ' (. i - t . 3Lt -"St a" s 1 . t . - S '