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title: 'The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, December 25, 1917, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5',
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'FOR THE BEST
We are sincerely glad it is once.
more our privilege and pleasure to
greet the readers and patrons of
THE BOURBON NEWSv with a
cheery Christmas greeting. It seems
but a few clays ago that we sent a.
like message to you, and yet a year
full of wondrous changes has flown
To us no season of the year
awakens so much of tenderness and
fellow-feeling toward all humanity
as the glad Christmas time. It is
not only a time of well-wishing, hut
kindly doing, with a vein of sympa
thy that would turn no one away
empty-handed, no word of love that
plight contribute to another's happi
ness. It is the fervent wish of THE
BOURBON NEWS, expressed in no
uncertain terms from every depart
ment, that your homes may be
bright with Christmas cheer, the
children of your household happy,
and the great -wishes and hopes of
your hearts be realized in abund
ant measure this Christmastide.
To one and all, a Merry Christ
mas and a Happy New .Year, and
may your happiness be limited only
by your capacity to enjoy it!
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QUALITY STORE OPEN
Our Jewelry Store will be
open every night until Christ
mas for the benefit of our
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
uraiiBgs and Goings of Onr
People Here, There and
In zero weather folks stay home
Unless to business they must roam
is. o week-end guest delights your
The guest is busy shoveling coal.
Aiid hence this column's weekly lay
Of "spent-the-night" and "spent-the-day,"
Is quite de trop and eke passe,
For folks won't journey throne
And we can't
journey through the
make 'em go, you
-"Mrs. Wm. H. "Pish pf io nnnnn
lescing at her home on South Main
fcireet, alter a serious illness.
Mrs. E. P. Clav. Jr arA n
dren have moved from their farm to
apartments at the Windsor -Hotel.
Mrs. Robert Cain and children
have returned from a visit to her
mother, Mrs. Wingate, in Frankfort.
Mrs. Blanche Crawford has re
turned to her home in Mt. Vernon
after a visit to.Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Miss Miriam Currey is spneding
the Christmas holidays with her par
ents, Judge and Mrs. D. Lee Curry,
army. They will return to Chatta
Mrs. William Cooper has as
guest Mrs. Henry Junius, of JHar
rodsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Whittington Mann
are guests of friends in St. Peters
Mrs. Robert Bell has tendered
her resignation as teacher of the
Miss Carolyn Berry, of Hamil
ton College, is a guest of her" sister,
Mrs. Frank P. Lowry, and Mr.
Lowry, for the holidays. v
Mr. John Ardery, who has been
in 4shland for sweral months,
came in Sunday to spend the holi
days. Mrs. Lee Beale, formerly of
Paris, who is now a resident of Dan
ville, is a guest of Mrs. Candice
Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. Rice, Sr.,
have as guests for the holidays Mr.
Rice's sister, Mrs. Dudley McCor
mick, of Amarilla, Texas.
A number of young friends gave
a surprise party to Miss Katherine
Wills, Thursday night, the occasion
being her fifteenth birthday.
Mr. Edwin Th taas is at home
from Centre College, at Danville, to
spend the holidays with his father,
Mr. Claude M. Thomas, near Paris.
Mr. Fred Frendberg, formerly of
Paris, who is now connected with
the civil engineering corps of the
Louisville & Nashville, at Birming
ham, Ala., arrived yesterday to
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Reed, 0f pend the nolidays with friends
The Goodwin-Field Motor Com
pany, of Lexington, reports the sale
of a Dodge Bros, roadster to Mr. Ed
dard Prichard, of Paris.
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Auctioneer M. F. Kenney sold Sat
urday at the court house door for
Master Commsisioner Hinton, the
Botkins farm, near Jones' Cross
Roads, in this county, containing
12.43 acres, to Aden Botkins, for
ARMY FLASH LIGHTS.
Something new. Just the
thing for the soldiers in the
trenches and are essential
and useful elsewhere. Buy
him one for Xmas.
x DAUGHERTY BROS.
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BOLLS. TOYS AND SUITABLE
Enormous stock moi dolls all
kinds and prices toys of every de
scription for the children. Beauti
ful Christmas gifts for the grown
ups. TWIN BROS. DEPT. STORE,
(x) Seventh and Main.
The weather forecast for the week
heginning Sunday, Dec. 23, as sent
out hy the Weather Bureau at
Washington, is as follows:
For Ohio Valley and Tennessee:
Light rain or snow first part of
week; rising temperature; fair with
seasonal temperature thereafter.
BEST OP ALL.
Would not you wife he delighted
to find a McDougall Kitchen Cab
inet in her kitchen Christmas morn?
S1.00 "will put one there. Join our
new club. We gave one away last
THE J. T. HINTON CO.
COME AND SEE US. DAY TIME OB
f AT NIGHT.
We're open every night until
TWIN BROS. CLOTHING STORE.
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NEW YEABJS DANCE.
Mr. John M. Stuart is promoting
an Annual New Year's Dance, to be
given in the Masonic Temple, in
Paris, on Tuesday night, January 1.
Music will be furnished for the oc
casion by Vito and his Novelty Or
chestra, of Nashville, Tenn. The
hours will be from 9:00 p. m. to
3:00 a. m. The dance will be a sub
scription affair, visitors being
charged $1.25 (couple,) home boys,
$2.50 (couple,) and chaperones, 50
The net proceeds of the dance
will be donated to tha benefit of the
Soldier's Tobacco Fund. Postal card
invitations have been mailed out, to
which -a number of acceptances have
already beem received.
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OPEN tVCRY NIGHT.
Our store will be open
every night from now until
THE J. T. HINTON CO.
HAVE TSAVmGS ACCOUNT.
HAVE CASH HEXT CHBISTMAS
OurA new Christmas Savings Club
bas started. Be one of our many
bappy holders of a Christmas Sav
ings check next Christmas. We
mailed out; over $10,000 worth of
these check thte'week. Be one to
receive ackeck next 'year. Start
th us t'-4ar. , y
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Richmond, are guests for the Christ
mas holidays of Mrs. Reed's mother
Mrs. Mary A. Paton. '
Miss Eleanor Lytle left this
morning for Cincinnati to spend the
holidays with her aunt, Mrs. Henry
Funk, and Mr. Funk.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Faulkner
have as guests for thb Christmas hol
idays Misses Nellie Marie Faulkner
and Leach Powers, both of Ashland.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rassen
foss, Jr., arrived Saturday from
Pensacola, Okla., to spend the holi
days with relatives fn Paris and Mt.
Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien, of
Paris, Texas, are guests at the home
or Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Woodall, on
South Main street, for the Christ
Mr. and Mrs. Hume Payne and
daughters, Misses Gay and Rebecca
Payne, and Miss May Gorman left
Sunday for St. Petersburg, Florida,
to spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Penn and Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Penn and little
daughter, of Dayton, Ohio, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Penn, near
Paris for the Christmas holidays.
Miss Mattie Lilleston has arriv
ed from Hawkinsville, Georgia,
where she has heen teaching, to
spend the Christmas holidays in this
city with her sisters, Misses Blanche
and Laura Lilleston, on Higgins
Lieut, and Mrs. James Winn
McClure, who were married in Wash
ington recently, arrived in Paris,
Sunday, to spend the holidays with
Lieut. McClure's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James McClure, Sr.
Master James Metcalf, Jr., is
here from Knoxville, Tenn., to spend
the Chrstmas holidays with his fa
ther, Mr. James G. Metcalfe, of the
Louisville & Nashville train dis
A Chance of a Lifetime For
We are offering some wonderful bargains, and
the people who know will take advantage of this great
opportunity to save on their Christmas presents. This
store is tilled with articles that will make practical gifts.
Miss Wood, trained .nurse, for
merly of Paris, was a passenger onlil
the fast train which ran into the L. B
p. vr rw.,,3n4-; 4. j IP
Shepherdsville, last week. She luck
ily escaped injury.
The following students arrived
yesterday to spend the Christmas
holiday: Duke Brown from the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania; Stanley
Dickson, from Centre College, at
Danville, and John Price, from the
University of Kentucky.
Mr. Madison Smoot has resigned
his position with the Montgomery
Perkins Contracting Co., at Hopkins
ville, and will locate in Paris, having
accepted a position as assistant
ticket agent at the Tenth street pas
senger station of the Louisville &
Nashville. Mr. Smoot had planned
to go to Oklahoma, January 1, on
business for the company, but de
cided to remain in Paris.
(Other Personals on Page 3)
A BIG SPECIAL; IN
$20.00 Coats at $14.98
$25.00 Coats at 19.98
$35. 00 J Coats at "... 27.50
345.00 Coats at 37.50
$50.00 Coats at j. 39.50
Wonderful Offerings in
$20 and $25 Suits, at $14;98
$30 and $35 Suits at 19.75
$37.50 and $40 Suits at... 24.75
$45 and $50 Suits at 37.5i
$60 and $65 Suits at 47.5
i Do Your Christmas Shopping Early
And Come Where You Can Make Big Savings!
Very, Low Prices
Mrs. Swift Champe returned
Friday night from a visit of several
weeks to Mrs. T. H. Iane, at Chest
nut Hill, near Philadelphia,
her stay in the East, Mrs.
SIX O'CLOCK DINNER AT WIND.
was also the .guest
New York City.
An elegant six o'clock Christmas
dinner will be served at the Hotel
During Windsor to-night. A special .menu
Champe has been prepared and a most sump-
of friends in
Mrs. Wade H. Whitley, of Paris,
who was operated on at the Good
Samaritan Hospital, in Lexington,
last week! is reported as doing very
well, and will soon be able to return
to her home on Vine street.
tious spread is promised those who
A good variety of Sets
and Separate Pieces to
YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE
$1. 50 Waists at 98c
$2.50 Waists at $1.98
$3.00 Waists at 2.59
$4.00 Waists at 3.48
$6.00-Waists at 4.98
$7.50 Waists at 6.4-8
$9.00 Waists at 7.48
A Large Assort
At prices that are very
One Price To All
Agent For Munsing Wear and Warner's Rust Proof Corsets.
Small family to take charge of I
County Exchange. Widow with i
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Goodman daughters preferred. Splendid oppor-,
have moved from Maysville to Paris tunity to right parties,
and have taken i apartments on PARIS HOME TELEPHONE & TEL-
Pleasant street. Mr. Goodman sue-1 EGRAPH CO.
ceeds Mr. W. K. Clinkenbeard as! (Incorporated.)
ticket agents at the Tenth street pas-'
senger statino of the Louisville & mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Nashville. I - l
The annual Pan-Hellenic Dance DO lOU WCcM VlmSSeS!
given by the fraternities of the
University of Kentucky, was one of lt s are you satisfied that theyi
the delightful events of the past have been fitted to your eyes in a
week in Lexington. Among those in correct ana proper manner.'
attendance fro,m Paris and Bourbon Have they given, your eyes that
county Were Misses Anna Louise relief which, you expected they
White, Marie Collins, Mary Adams would?
Talbott and Mary Kenney Webber. Are your eye muscles following
their natural laws as they should do
Lieut. Harry Stivers, wife and with correctly fitted glasses?
child, arrived yesterday from Chat-. Would you like my opinion?
tanooga, Tenn., to spend the Christ-' I will give it to you willingly
mas holidays with relatives in- Paris FREE OF CHARGE.
and Georgetown. Lieut. Stivers was My system of eyesight testing has
recently commissioned as Second no superior.
Lieutenant in Civil Engineer's Re- DR. W. R. FRANKLIN,
serve Corps of the United States 520 Main St., Paris, Ky.
The Gift That Brings Him Closer Home
,. Know how your boy lives in camrj how he trains how he
plays what his surroundings are. Pictures will tell you these
facts better than words. He can send such pictures regularly if
you will give him an Ansco Vest-Pocket Camera.
Five models; twelve equipments; pictures, 1k
2lA ot2xA x3i inches. Small, compact, never in
the way, always ready to use. Prices, $7.50 to $56.
Ask us to show you their efchiiive features.
Brooks & Snapp Drwj Co.
For Suitable, Ornamental, Useful
We call your attention to the following articles, which we are
shbwin in great abundance. Do your Christmas Shopping now
while our stock is fresh and complete. No mistake ffcan be made
in giving nice furniture for presents.
.1 DAVENPOBTS .
- . BUGS
SHIRT WAIST B0XS
IRON BEDS .
We Are Just Starting a McDougall
The best Kitchen Cabinet on earth. Would your wife like to have one for her
Christmas present? One dollar down and one dollar per week puts a McDougall
to work in your kitchen.
fM tt JPhllHfOn Vdocipedes, Doll Carts,
I Or t,n5 VIIIIUi lIl Kitchen Cabinets, Flexible
Fliers, Dining Tables, Doll BedsToy Sweepers, Automobiles, Chairs and Rockers.
THEJ.T HINTON CO
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