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CUBIOSITIES OF THE NEWS A Chicago architect is building an apartment house with a baby buggy locker for every apartment, and offers every tenant a bonus of $25 for every baby born in the house. A New Jersey man carries off the ri?e for being the most forgetful man in the world. He left his motor car on a ferry boat and took a taxi to his office. The police gathered in the motor and began to look for the supposed sucicide. The police au thorities suspended sentence to await developments as to whether a man -who would forget he had a car might not forget to stop it some time. A "Washington, D. C, engraver lias spent four months of spare time and produced a perfect engrav ing of the Capitol Building upon the head of an ordinary pin. A two-year-old baby of Sacra mento, Calif., fell into a pond. "While the frantic nurse and parents waded , to her the youngster began to swim and succeeded in swimming herself to shore! A Seattle criminal wanted for six months by the police has finally been apprehended. He was found on the police force that was hunting him, having served in uniform for six months. Two Washington, D. C, men dis puted ownership of a dog. Taken to court, the judge left it to the dog to decide, which the sagacious animal did so emphatically that alL who wit nessed the canine demonstration were satisfied he had chosen his rightful owner. ADDING MACHINE BOLLS CHEAP - We have in stock for the 'conven ience of users of adding machines, a big stock of paper rolls. These rolls Are made of the bestjaond paper and are absolutely free from lint. You can buy from one to a case. Let us have a trial order. " (31-ft) THE BOURBON NEWS. VETERAN'S CAKE FIRST v. It is not creditableto this nation that while the public mind is oc cupied with the question of what bonus the. able-bodied war veterans shall receive, his disabled comrades are not receiving from the govern ment the treatment they deserve. Evidence is available" to show that Tint onlv are the sick treated shame fully by their government, but that the disabled cannot get tneir com pensation because Congress, that great economic, money-saving Con gress, has not appropriated suffici ent funds, Tn New York the other day sev eral hundred wounded veterans tak ing vocational training stormed, the district office to demand Jiheir semi monthly pay. Inside the wicket were checks for $300, 00D, but in. Washington there was no money- to make them good because Congress was: dallying with a deficiency TdIIJ. At Pastime Park, near Tuson, Ariz., a government retreat for the war victims of tuberculosis there are 1,200 soldiers with room for only 278. Offers of public-spirited resi dents to build a $500,000 hospital and rent it to the - government have not been accepted and in a - great community effort one day the good people there built a lot of shacks to house the poor chaps, some of whom had to travel there by riding freight trains. Doubtless the American Legion and other veteran organizations are doing all they can to, alleviate this distress, but it isn't being alleviated. Congress and the government are bound with red tape ox some other tangle and in the meantime the men whjo deserve the best from then country are ge'tting pretty nearly the worst. - However, much disagreement there may be as to the correctness of aNbonus for the able-bodied vet eran, there is no dispute of -adequate and generous care and treatment of the men disabled by the fighting. Until this matter is. remedied, noth ing else should occupy the govern ment's attention. , POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK IS OBSERVED iiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiim .r May 1 Sees Inaugurated First General Campaign of Kind in Service. Chauncey Depew is writing his memoirs. There will be a great de mand for the book from those cur ious to know what kind, of a stom ach he is equipped with. LEVY The Dry Cleaner IS EQUIPPED TO DO THETUGHT KIND OF DRY CLEANING USEES OF ADDING MACHINES For your convenience we are now carrying a stock of the best adding machine rolls and can supply you with one or a dozen at a time. - This Iaa fine linenbond paper and abso lutely lintless. THE BOURBON NEWS, o A California justice of the peace, "famed for the sentences he has im posed on speeders, married an elop ing couple. -This is the first time he has imposed a life sentence. I ir f MOTOR CARS BtJPMBSiMPB3fftBSS1S3BtCMBBW - -'ks. i W mil Fn i &X Buidc Sixes Three Pmss. Roadster $1365 JRrVe Pass. Touring - 1395 Three Pass. Coupe - 1885 Five Pass. Sedan - - 2165 Pour Pass. Coupe - - 2075 Seven Pass. Touring 1585 Seven Pass. Sedan - 2375 Buick Fours Two Pass. Roadster - $ 895 Five Pas Touring - 935 Three Pass. Coupe - 1295 Five Pass. Sedan - - 1395 AO Prim F. O. B. JK Midu&a Akmbomt1kZM.A.C.FrchmmPUm which prmwi4t$ for Dfmrrd Pmymttntm How the Famous Disc Clutch of the Buick "Four" Proved Itself The same design of disc clutch that was used in the powerful war tanks is likewise used in the Buick Four. the Buick clutch under the most gruSlling conditions, has proved itself absolutely positive, dependable, and easy to operate a clutch that demonstrated the same certainty and safety for unforeseen emergency that it did for ordinary service. This thoroughly trustworthy unit is" a development of 20 years of consistent effort It is typically representative of the staiidairds governing the construction of-the Buick Four throughout ( C-34 j G. S. BALLGARAGE Without the Postal Service, business would languish in- a day, and be at a iRandstIllin a.VeeS. Public opinion wouldHe of dry rot. Sectional hatred. or prejudice only would flourish, and narrow-mindedness" thrive. It Is the biggest distinctive business In the world and It comes nearer to the Innermost interests of a greater num ber of men and women than any other Institution on earth. .No private busi ness, however widespread, touches so many lives so often or sharply; no church reaches - into so many sould, flutters bo many pulses, has so many human beings dependent on Its min istrations. "Postal Improvement Week" lias been set for $Iay 1, by the Postmaster General. This is the first general cam paign of Its kind In the Postal Service for several decades. Business men and their organizations, large users of the mall, newspapers, motion pictures, advertisers, and the entire organiza tion of 326,000 postal workers are to be enlisted In this country-wide campaign of interest In postal Improvements. Your help is vital. Addressxypur let ters plainly with, pen or typewriter. Give street address. Spell out nam of State, don't abbreviate. Put your return address In the ugper left hand corner of envelope (not on the back) and always look at your letter before dropping in the mail to see if It is properly addressed. This care In the use of the mails is for your benefit and speeds up the dispatch and delivery of mail matter. - If you have any complaints of poor service "make them to 'your postmaster. He has instructions to Investigate them and report to the department. We Handle All Kinds of V I Electrical Novelties IL. T Electric Washingl Machines, Irons, Tcasterst Broilers, Chafing Dishes, Electroliers, All 'S..- Kinds'of Bulbs, Etc.' Gas Heaters ; -All Sizes and Prices. Gas Logs 'and Grates That are VeryJPractical arid Ornamental. t. WrSPICER MAIN STREET OPP. COURT HOUSE niiiiinmiiiim imiim m? White Front Garage STUDEBAKER SALES AND SERVICE GOODRICH AND HOOD TIRES BLUE GRASS GASOLINE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Genuine Pord Parts Expert Battery Service Repairs Storage- Supplies (tf) Cars Washed COURTESY It sticks in human relations like postago stamps on letters. The POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT ex pects it to be used by its postmasters and employees in dealing with the public. Help them in its use beginning with POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK, May 1-0, 1922. THANK YOU WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS YOUR MAIL IS DELAYED AT OFFICE OF DELIVERY The Dead Letter Office has been In existence ever since Ben Franklin started our postal service.. Even then people addressed mail to- Mr. Eaekiel Smithers, "Atlantic Coast," and ex pected Ben to know just where Zeke lived. - s Perhaps they had Zeke's address in letters up In the garret, maybe a chest full of 'em, but then It was easier to let Ben hunt Zeke. Today .people are addressing letters to John Smith, New York, N. Y., or Chicago, 111., thinking Uncle Sam can locate him, which is just as Incomplete as was Zeke's ad dress of yore. The Postoffice Depart ment asks youto put the number and etreet in the address. It helps you. GET READY FOR SPRING Foy's Paints and Varnishes Prices at Old Time Levels GET FIGURES ON PAINTING NOW! Don't wait till Spring Paint is most valuable for the protection it yields. This is the time to paint for protective purposes. Paint to forestall the destruction that would take place. Come in and let us figure on the job for you. JztkcdjuL ' IlOw do you. expect the Postal Clerk to know whether you mean Trinidad, California, or Trinidad, Colorado? ALWAYS SPELL OUT THE NAME OF THE STATE-IN PULL IN THE ADDRESS. 3' -r c- We Are Equipped With FULL STOCKS AGAIN AttractivelWall Papers at Reduced Prices Let Us Have Your Spring Work KANE BROS. CONTRACTING PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS South Main St., Opp. Bourbon Lumber Co. Cumberland Phcne 1087 Home Phont 399 'MORE BUSINESS IN GOVERNMENT" This apt phrase was used in Presi dent Harding's first message to Con gress and applies particularly in postal management "where postmasters are being Impressed with the fact that they are managers of local branches .of the biggest business in the world. HERE. COMES A STRANGERI Let's make our post office look neat, Mr. Postmaster. Straighten up the rural letter box. Mr. Farmer. Tidy up some, Mr. Rural Carrier. Pirat j Impressions are lasting. Maybe Mr. Stranger, taking" notice of these im provements, will come back, bringing you benefits. Start these with "POS TAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK" May 1-6. HUMANIZING THE" POSTAL SERVICE JirZZr-Tfrr Foxxttli and. Pleaaxit Streets &' .. : 'brK v -JLgvfe7"' : &jic 2 -mlr There Is no unimportant person or part of our service. It is a total of human units and their co-operation ia the key: to Its succegs., In its last analysis," postal -duties art, accommo datls 'performed for our- neighbors , and 'friends and should be so retarded. rattan thai :M5ir-iirpiiw; sform-for an abstH t$kjjrr. Pin--ir GefcerarHjp-Wt W, - - THE UNIVERSAL CAR Down They Go Again Lowest prices f. o. b. Detroit in the history of the Ford Motor Co., effective January 16,, 1922 I Chassis Runabout .c... Touring Car..?... Truck Chassis COUpe. rr... - 319 348 430 580 645 (F. O. B. DETROIT) I ! i fffyw " I A i -ift'r- -- -r - - -.. : - -J !Pit""-- JT"