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BRIEF FACTS,
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FOR STATE SENATOR
Wfej are authorized to announce
HTORY S. CAYWOOD, ot North
MHtfletewn, as a candidate for the
Of of State Senator frofrn the
Treaty-eighth Senatorial District,
comprising the counties of Bourbon,
Glark and Montgomery, subject jfo
UW vluju uj. iuc jlsciuuuiciid at lxi
polls.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
W are authorized to announce'
JAMES H. THOMPSON of Paris, a?
a candidate for re-election as Rep
eeeatatlve from Bourbon County in
the Lower House of the Kentucky
Legislature, subjlct to the action of
the TOters of the county at the pri
mary election, August 6, 1921.
"W3e are authorized to announce
JAMES M. CALDWELL, of Bourbon
coiinty, as a candidate for Represen
tative from Bourbon county, in the
Lower Houseof thi1 Kentucky Legis
lature, subject to the action of the
voters of the county in the primary
election to be held on Augusts,
1921.
Spain is said to have 250,000 beg
African Mohammedans will
touch a dead man.
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FOR SHERIFF.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the Democratic nosa
lati6& for Sheriff of Bourbon
CoxurtT at the Primary Election in
Areiat, 1S21. When elected
Sheriff my Deputies will be "Bob"
gilkey and "Doug" Thomas, Sr.
PEALE COLLIER.
K. ED BEDFORD, candidate for
Sheriff of Bourbon County, respect
fully solicits your support and in
fluence. DaTid E. Clark and W. Fred Link,
Deputies.
Aluminum wlre.Ii cheaper than cop
per wire and lighter.
Since 1910 the Pennsylvania railroad
has laid 564290,904 new crass ties and
1,247,289 tons of new Tails. v
Approximately 200.000.000 feet of
lumber will be cut on crown lands in
New Brunswick during the present
' year. .
The Belgian mining commission has
ordered a reduction of 5 per cent in
wages of .miners, to take effect at
once. '
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During the last six years the wage
increases granted to British shipyard
workers ranged from 121 to 204 per
cent.
There are now In Japan only 19
shipbuilding companies capable of con
structing vessels of more than 1,000
tons gross, while there were over 70
during the war.
Statistics estimate the power fur
nished Inithe mighty Niagara falls at
800,000 horsepower, of Which about
500,000 is owned and operated by
American interests.
All needy residents of Muskegon
Mich., who are out of work are being
given aid by the city. The city loans
the funds, taking a note payable on
demand without Interest
The accident rates In the coal mines
of England, France, Belgium, Ger
many, Austria ahd Japan are much
lower than In America because all the
miners speak the same language.
What a Heap of Happiness It Would
Bring to Paris Homes''
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FOR COUNTY CLERK
We are authorized tc announce
PKARCE PATON as a candidate for
;lerk of the Bourbon County Court,
aupject to the Democratic primary
election, to be held on Saturday,
August 6, 1921.
We are authorized to announce J.
B. CAYWOOD as a candidate for
Clerk of the Bourbon County Court,
subject to the action of the Demo
raHft nrlmarv election, to be hela
on Saturday, August 6, 1921.
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FOR JAILER.
We are authorized to announce
JOS.. A. 'SMITH, of the Little Rock
vicinity, as a candidate for the Dem
ocratic nomination for Jailer of
Bourbon county, subject to the ac
tion of the voters at the primary
flection, in August, 1921.
We are authorized to announce
JAMES E. TAYLOR, of Paris, as a
canttlaate for Jailer, subject to th
action of the Democratic voters at
the primary election, Au?ist 6,
1921, He respectfully solicits your
'-support and influence in his candi
dacy. We are authorized to announce
tyrt MAHAR. of the Millersburg
precinct, (familiarly known as John
Fester) as a candidate for Jailer of
Bourbon county, subject to the ac
tion of the pemocratic voters, of the
county. Mr. Mahar respectfully
solicits the support of the voters
in his candidacy.
Ed Herrin, of Paris, Ky., is a can
didate for Jailer of Bourbon coun
. ty, subject to the action qf the Dem
ocratic primary.
We are authorized to announce
W. O. BUTLER, of Paris, as a candi
date for the office of Jailer ot tjour
bon county, subject to the action of
the voters in the primary election,
August ft 1921. He respectfully
solicits your support.
FOR TAX COMMISSIONER
We are, authorized to announce
BEN WOODFORD, JR., of Bourbon
-county, as a candidate for the 'office
of Tax Commissioner or Bourbon
bounty, with MRS. WALTER
CLARK, of Paris, as Deputy, subject
to -the action of tie voters at tne
primary election on August 6. 1921.
We are authorized to announce
JOE B. SMITH as a candidate for
Tax Commissioner of Bourbon Coun
ty, with FRANK COLLINS as Dep
uty County Tax Commissioner, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
pariy.
FOR TAX COMMISSIONER
We are authorized to announce
JOHN J. REDMON,x of Bourbon
county, as a candidate for the office
of Tax Commissioner of Bourbon
county, with THOS. TAUL and
FRANKD3 SIDENER MORELAND
as deputies, subject to the action of
the voters of the county at the pri
mary election in August. They re
spectfully ask your support.
FOR POLICE JUDGE
We are authorized to announce
ERNEST L. MARTIN as a candidate
for Police Judere of the City of
Paris, Kentucky, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primary, to
" be held on August 6, 1921. f
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We are authorized to announce J.
W. BROWN, of Paris, as a candidate
for Police Judge of the City of Paris,
subject to the action of the voters
in the 'primary election on August
, 1921.
We are authorized to announce
THEODORE P- NlX, of Paris, as a
candidate for Police Judge of the
city of Paris, subject to the action
of the N voters at thi primary elec
tion on August 6, 1921.-
If e "are authorised to announce
ROBERT-S POWER, ot. Paris,. a
candid .for Folk. Juice of the
City ot Paris, subject to the actio
of :the rentes. istfce, pnssary
t!ctAtlSMri, 1W1.
WILD LIFE ASLEEP
Eagles go to sleep at about the time
owls awaken.
Bats sleep head downward, hanging
by their hind claws.
Storks, gulls and other long-legged
birds sleep standing on one leg.
Those fish- that sleep do so with the
eyes open, as they have no eyelids.
Butterflies sleep with their heads
down on the blades of grass on which
they rest
Bears, during their hibernation in
the winter months, sleep Dotn nignt
and day.
Birds, with few exceptions, sleep
with their heads turned tallward over
the back and their beaks thrust be
neath the wing..
"Owls, in addition to -their eyelids,
vioxra sprpons that thev draw, side-
wise, across the eyes, to shut out the
light while they sleep in the daytime.
Elephants often sleep on their feet,
as if disliking the trouble of lying
dbwn and getting up again. , They
sleep onl five hours of the twenty
four. Lions, tigers and other members of
the cat family stretch themselves flat
upon the side. Their muscles twitch
and throb, indicating they are very
light sleepers.
Hard to do housework with an ach
ing back. '
Brings you hours of misery 'at lei
sure or at work.
If women only knew the cause
that
Backache pains often, come from
weak kidneys
'Twould save much needless woe.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
kidneys
Read what a. Paris citizen says:
Mrs. J. A. Hughes, 124 Tenth
street, says: "We have used Doan's
Kidney Pills in our home and they
alwavs . cive the best of results. I
used them recently when my kidneys
were out of order and I had -a weak
feeling across my back. Doan's re
lieved the trouble at once. I felt
tired and nervous all the time and
not much like doing any kind of
work. I sent to Varden's Drug Store
and got a couple boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills. I began using
them and ttfey soon cured the
trouble so I have never been bothered
since. I take pleasure in recom
mending Doan's Kidney Pills."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Hughes had. Foster-Milburn
Co.. Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.
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Ambergris.
For many hundreds of years amber
gris has been employed in sacerdotal
rites of the church, and with fragrant
gums it was formerly burned in the
apartments of royallty. To some ex
tent it was used as a medicine and
as a flavoring for- certain dishes. Now
adays ambergris is utilized almost ex
clusively in the manufacture of per
fumes and the preparation of fine
scents being first converted Into a
tincture by dissolution In alcohol.
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Present lines of new Buick six-cylindiiF
models will be carried thru the 1922
season.
Beginning June 1st the new series and
prices will be as follows, f . o. b. factories,
Flint, Michigan. , .
Old Prices
Model 22-44 Three Passenger Roadster, $1795
ASPIRIN
Name "Bayer" on Genuinel
Model 22-45 Five Passenger. Touring,
Model 22-46 Three Passenger Coupe,
Model 22-47 Five Passenger Sedan, -Model
22-48 Four Passenger Coupe,
Model 22-49 Seven Passenger Touring,
Model 22-50 Seven Passenger Sedan,
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$1795
$2585
$2895
$2985
$2065
NtwPrkm
$1495
$1525
$2135
$2435
$2325
$1735
$2635
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PHILOSOPHY
An ounce of persuasion is bet- t
ter than a pound of compulsion
Take Asoirin only' as told In each
package of genuine Bayer Tablets-cf
Aspirin. Then you will be fpllowing
the directions and dosage worked out
by physicians during 21 years, ana
proved safe by millions.
Take no chances with substitutes.
If you see the Bayer Cross on tab
lets you can take them without
fear for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago and for Pain. ,
Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets
cost few cents. Druggists also sell
larger packages. Aspirin Is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture 01
Monoaceticidester of Sahcylicacid.
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To Soften Skins.
There are two simple ways of soft
enlng leather and raw skins. One Is
to rub in thoroughly neafs-foot oil.
The other is to dissolve three ounces
of alum, seven ounces of salt and one
and one-half ounces saleratus In suffi
cient hot rain water to saturate the
skin. When cool enough not to scald
the hands soak the skin in It for 12
hours; wring out and hang up to dry.
When dry repeat this operation two or
three times until the skin Is sufficient
ly soft.
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BUICK MOTOR COMPANY, FLINT, MICH.
Pioneer Builders of Valve-in-Head Motor Cars
V Brandies in all Principal Cities DeaUrs Everyufaim '
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C. S. BALL GARAGE
Fourth and Pleasant Streets
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WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ABJE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
You might perhaps jddge a
man by the cigarettes he doesn't
smoke.
The maSvho' caljs on a girl
only every other night .Is half
In love.
Absence, sometimes makes the
heart grow fondei: of some oth
er person! fc ,
When a woman Is lost in ad-
miration she may be found in
front of a mirror.
Lots of people live In Rhode
Island who do not know the
ways of Providence.
"Dental hygienist" is the latest
title offered to ambitious girls and
young women by Columbus University.
CATHOLIC COLLEGE CENTENNIAL
The St. Mary's Catholic College,
St. Mary's, Ky., will hold a series of
special exercises this weelj: in com
memoration of the 100th anniversary
of the establishment of the institu
tion. The exercises, which will be
gin Tuesday and continue through
Thursday, will be attended by alumni
from practically every State in the
Union.
Among the noted speakers who will
deliver addresses are Bishop Mul
doon, Illinois; Bishop Morris, Arkan
sas; the Rev. J. C. Kearns, Alabama;
Dr. Irvine Abell, Louisville; Gov. E.
P. Morrow, and Judge S. J. Boldrick
and Thomas Walsh, Louisville.
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Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who are in a "run down" condi
don will notice that Catarrh bothers
them much more than when they are in
good health. This fact proves that while
Catarrh is a local disease, it is greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE to a
Tonic and Blood Purifier, and acts through
the blood upon the mucous surfaces of
the body, thus reducing the inflammation
and restoring normal conditions.
All druggists. Circulars free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
BEFORE mid AFTER
CHILDBIRTH
Mrs. William Tells How
Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable
Compound Kept Her
in Health
Tuberculosis and StomacK.
Tuberculosis rarely attacks the
stomach, and the reason for this Is ex
plained by Dr. Wllhelm Baetzner of
Berlin In describing one case In Ber
liner Kllnlsche -Wofchenschrlft. He
says the gastric juice, aided by the ac
tive movements of the stomach, kill
the germs of tuberculosis before they
get a chance to take hold.
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POPULAR SCIENCE
A wire clip has been Invented to
hold the handle of an Idle brush out
of' the paint in a can and keep It
clean.
An Inventor Is working on a rigid
aluminum dirigible balloon to.be steam
driven and depending for buoyancy
on the lif tltfg power of air heated by
kerosene burners.
Four small drills that' cut through)
rust or any other Insulating matter
feature a new tool to test the conduc
tivity of electric bonds oetween ran
Joints.
For a typwrfteiNin which most of
-the work 1 done fey !" P1"?
a GfcflaUTpBtor claims each? letter
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aiblei Compound helped me both
oetore ana alter my
baby was born. I
suffered with back
ache, headache, was
generally run down
and weak. I saw
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable com
pound advertised in
the newspapers and
aeciaea to cry iw
Nqw I feel fine, take
care of mv two boys
and do mv own work.
I recommend your medicine to anyone
who is ailing. You may publish my testi
monial if you think it will helpothers."
Mrs.CARRiEWiLLiAMS,Overpeck, Ohio.
For more than forty years Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has
been restoring women to health who
Buffered from irregularities, displace
ment, backaches, headaches, bearing
down pains,nervousness or f the blues.
Today there is hardly a town or hamlet
in the' United States wherein some
vnrnan Ham nnt rMrirfo who haS been
imVwH by itThat to why Lydia BJ
nttcftam's vegetable ijompouna nuw
as am atasfaru i.uj
Becoming Overpopulatsd.
Johnny, who already had two young
er sisters, had been promised a baby
brother, much to his delight. When
the eventful day arrived the nurse
told him the stork had brought an
other darling baby sister. Epor Johnny
was disheartened. Shortly afterwiXsV
his father found him alone In his bed
room and asked him how he liked Jus
new sister. "Aw," said Johnny, hope
lessly, "it's gettln too crowded around
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How Kisses Came.
nt muma if rinpan't really matter
who Invented kissing but the legend
of the Grecian shepherdess who found
an opal on one of the hills near
Athens and, wishing to give It to a
young shepherd whose hands were oc
copied, let him take It from her lips
with his own, is one of 'many stories
which glva Greece tha nonor u u
Made Just to YourTaste
And Always the Same
lou secure uniformity of
strength and flavor in your meal:
? time drink, by the portion used.
INSIANT P0STUM
(instead of coffee or tea)
can be made instant
ly b?r measuring the
powdered. Postum
with a teaspoon,
placing the contents
in a cup, then adding
hot water. Better for
nerves and digestion.
"There's a Reason
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Have Free Communication with the
Following Towns and Villages
Millersburg. Headquarters, Hooktown, Blacks Growl
Roads, Shawhan, Ruddles Mills, Kiserton, Centerville,
Jacksonville, Glintonville, Avon, Wyandott Ausjberiitz,
Escondida, Little Rock. Cane Ridge, Plum, Bunker Hill.
North Middletown connection will be re-establiihed
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