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TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1917.
THK BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, EL
via Louisville & Nashville Railroad
30-Day limit Round Trip Tourist Fires From Paris, Ky.
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Thrift Is Now a
The American people are
waking up. They resent the
charge that they are wasteful.
Bank deposits all over the
country are increasing by leaps
Are you a depositor ?
If you are not, join the finan
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to explain our banking system.
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WM. GRIMES, Bookkeeper.
Sixth and Main Streets Paris, Ky
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Comings and Goings of Our
People Here, There and
Mrs. William Clarke, of Cin
cinnati, is a guest of her sister, Miss
Miss Elizabeth Brown left Fri
day for a visit to Miss May Adams
Lincoln, in Louisville.
Miss Rachel Sabel, of Louisville,
is a guest of her relative, Mrs. Laura
Skillman, near Paris.
Mrs. R. W. Strother has return
ed to her home in Carlisle after a
visit to friends in Paris.
Miss Rebecca Rudisill has as
guest at her home on South Main
street, Mrs. Mary Elkin, of Cincin
nati. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Case, of
lor, Jr., Walter Kenney, Jr., and
Russell Prank, of Paris.
Mrs. Chas. P. Mann was a guest
of relatives in Maysville last week.
Miss Mary Martin is visiting her
cousin, Miss Mabel Todd, in Win
chester. Mr. H. Clay Hutchcraft is visit
ing his son, Mr. Edward Hutchcraft,
Mrs. Martin Kilkinney has re
turned from a visit to her mother,
Mrs. Adams, in Bardstown.
Miss Helen Desha, of Mt. Airy
avenue, has as guest Miss Esther
Bailey, of Kansas City, Mo.
Mrs. W. O. Brock has returned to
her home in Winchester after a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. Frank White.
Mrs. J. W. Brown left Saturday
for a visit to her brother, Mr. E.- W.
Tatum, in Dyersburg, Tennessee.
Misses Katherine Wilson and
Louise Morrison' have returned from
Smithville, Clay County, Missouri, a visit to friends in Maysville.
are guests of Miss May Napier, on
Mr. M. M. Allen and Miss Ruth
Andrews have returned to their
homes in Danville after a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Dennis and
Mr. Fred Dennis, of Loxa, Illinois,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clay
Thomas, near Paris.
Mrs. C. N. Craven, Miss Anna
Ross and Mr. Noel Craven have re
turned to their homes near Pans,
after a visit to friends in Frank
fort. Miss Nell Griffin has returned to
her home in Columbus, Ohio, after a t their home in Latonia.
Mrs. Stanhope Wiedemann and
children have gone to Wequeton
sing, Michigan, to spend the remain
der of the summer.
Misses Mollie and Alice Ford left
Saturday for a visit of several weeks
to friends and relatives in Parkers
Mrs. George Christman has as
guests Miss Myrtie Ballard, of Rich
mond, Mrs. John Eads, of Lexington,
! and Miss Mary Rishfer, of Louisville.
Mrs. W. N. Rion and daughters,
Misses Elizabeth and Vivian, who
have been guests of Mrs. John
Koontz, in this city, have returned to
visit to her brother, Mr. W. K.
Griffin, and Mrs. Griffin, on Cypress
Mr. Withers Davis and Mr. Wil
liam Taylor left Saturday for a trip
to New York and other Eastern
Miss Alice Fisher and son, Robt.
Fisher, of Carlisle, and Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Howard, of Richmond, have re
turned to their homes, after a visit j home in Louisville, Friday,
Mr. Clarence Baldwin has gone
to Camp Daniel Boone, the Y. M. C
A. camp-on the Kentucky River, to
join the Paris boys who are camp
ing there for ten days.
Mrs. Percy C. Henry and son,
who have been at the sick bedside of
Mrs. Henry's brother, Mr. George W.
Nippert, at the Massie Memorial Hos
pital, in this city, returned to their
to Mrs. Mayme Remington Parrish,
on Houston avenue.
Mr. M. E. McCurdy, of Paris, at
tended the regular district meeting
of representatives of the Kentucky
Central Life and Accident Insurance
Co., held in Winchester, Friday af
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tally Moncreif, who
were married in Maysville, Friday,
were visitors in Paris, Saturday.
Mrs. Moncreif was' formerly Miss
Mary Belle Osborne, of Mason county.
Mr. and Mrs. Moncreif were en route
to their home in Lagrange, Georgia.
Mrs. James Connelly, of Paris,
accompanied a party composed of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Clan
cey, Mrs. Grannis Grose and son,
Emerson Grose, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hughes and son, of Carlisle on a
motor trip to Dayton, O. They were
guests there of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Buchanan. Returning they stopped
in Cincinnati, where they visited
Mr. John Clancey and family.
The annual mid-summer dance
at Lexington was a decided success
and attracted a large crowd ,ot
dancers from all parts of Central
Kentucky. Mrs. James B. Wilson, of
Paris, was one of the chaperones.
Among the dancers were Misses
Louise Steele and Katherine Davit
Craig, and Messrs. Ireland Davis,
Dan Peed, Jr., Lucien Arnsparger,
James Thompson, Jr., Newton Tay-
Squire John J. Redmon, of North
Middletown, was named as a member
of the Board of Managers of the
Kentucky Childrens' Home at Louis
ville, Friday, at a meeting held In
Louisville. The Board has thirty-six
Miss Dorcas Ussery entertained
at cards yesterday afternoon in The
Sweet Shop, in compliment to her sis
ter, Mrs. William Clarke, of Cincin
nati, -who is her guest. After play
ing several games, refreshments were
served the guests.
Among the Paris people who
will attend the big Red Cross "Barn
Dance" at Winchester to-night are
Misses Anna Louise White, Louise
Steele, Katherine Wilson, Agnes Tur
ner, Louise Keal, Emma Louise Bur
ley, Margaret Allen, Mary Kenney
Former Dean Irene T. Myers, of
the history department of Transylva
nia College at Lexington, who was a
recent guest of Mrs. R. B. Hutch
craft, in Paris, left Sunday for Los
Angeles, Cali., where she will assume
the duties of the chair of history in
Occidental College. The curators of
Transylvania College regret to lose
Dr. Myers, but realize that she is
going to a wider field with a greater
opportunity for service. Many friends
in Paris regret her removal from the
(Other Personals on Page 5.)
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