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TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1918.
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c3Sff THE PARIS GRAND AND ALAMO
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KY.
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I The J. T. Hinton Co.
UNDERTAKERS
AND EMBALMERS
' Main
- and Sixth
- Streets
Paris Ky.
Day phone 36
INlKht : . . 56
or Home 286
Motor equipment.
Ambulance calls promptly attended to with
Limousine Invalid Coach.
Hearse used for funeral purposes only.
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t NEWS OP WOMEN'S WOEK
r INTERESTING TO CLUB
WOMEN.
Woman's Week In Kentucky.
Kentucky Federation of Women's
Clubs, June 10-12, at Phoenix Hotel.
"Woman's Committee, Council of
National Defense, June 13-14, at
Sayre College.
The twenty-fourth annual meet
ing of the Kentucky Federation of
Woman's Clubs is in session this week
at the Phoenix Hotel.
Mrs. Lafon Riker, of Harrodsburg,
is the acting president, the elected
president, Mrs. Richard Tasker Lown-
des, of Danville, having resigned her
office several months ago.
Following a pieeting of the exec
utive board, at 11:30 yesterday
'morning, the formal opening of the
Federation took place at 2 p. m. At
this session. Miss, Katherine Berry,
formerly of Paris, spoke on the sub
ject, "Kentucky's Need of An Art
Meseum," and a portrait of Joel T.
Hart, a native of Bourbon County,
was unveiled. Following the exercis
es, a reception was tendered to the
-delegates, on the lawn of Sayre Col
lege. To-day, after the reports of the dis
trict chairmen, the following patri
otic subjects will be treated by dis
tinguished women: "The Ambu
lance Fund." "War Work," "Food
Administration," and "War Work at
"Home."
Hon. E. P. Morrow, of Somerset,
-will speak on "War Problems;" Miss
TVlartha M. Russell, R. N.f will bring
"A Message From the Front," and
z33.evXB. 1. Bush, pastor of the Sec
ond Presbyterian Church, Lexing
ton, will speak on the subject, "Be
Heroic."
Wednesday afternoon, a Civic
" Luncheon will be given in the Phoe-
nix Hotel dining room, at which Mrs.
" Panniebelle Sutherland, of Paris, will
3be one of the speakers, her subject be
ing "Community Singing; Its Patri
otic Influence."
Rev. Dr. Richard Wilkinson, who
-3i&s become a great favorite in Paris,
will also be a speaker at the lunch
t eon; on the subject, "Civics During
the War," and several others will
' make-patriotic talks along civic lines.
"The meeting will close Wednesday
evening with a brilliant program:
""Songs of America," a patriotic mu
sical tableau, will be presented, and
there will be two addresses, the first,
"'Home Economics During the War,"
"by Miss Sarah Arnold, Dean of Sim
mons College, Boston, and "The Con-
flict and the Outcome," by Bishop
Chas. E. Woodcock, of Louisville.
Delegates and members from the
various Federated Clubs in Paris and
Bourbon county will be in attend
ance. The Woman's Committee Council of
National Defense will hold its meet
ings in the Chapel of Sayre College,
"beginning June 13 th, at 10 a. m.
The morning session will be given
to reports from committees on Regis
tration. Food Administration, Home
Economics, Women Workers, Child
Welfare, Red Cross and Allied Relief
Publicity, Liberty Loan, $tc.
Aftternoon session at 2:30 p. m.:
The various committee meetings at 4
p. m. Miss Grace Abbot will speak
on "The Chaldren's Year."
The evening program is especially
" interesting:
The Menace of Ignorance Mis.
" Herbert Mengel.
The Menace- of Indifference Mrs.
Pattie B. Semple.
Women of Europe in War Time
Ttfrs. Lamberton-Becker.
June 14th, morning session at 10
a. m.: Greetings and reports of work
"being done by the various women's
organizations of the State: Colonial
Dames. King's Daughters U. D. C,
American Nurses Associations, W. C.
T. U., Presbyterian Synodical, Ken
tucky Federation of Women's Clubs,
D. A. R.. National Federation of Mu
sic! Clubs," Order Eastern Star, Pyth
ian Sisters. Daughters of 1812, Y. W.
C A., Southern Association of Col
lege Women, Woman's Suffrage Asso
ciation, Woman's Relief Corps, Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. Election of
State officers.
These sessions will be attended by
t-he official board of the Bourbon
County Woman's Committee, and the
chairmen of the different depart
ments: Mrs. F. Sutherland, Mrs. W.
G. Talbott and Mrs. Duncan Bell;
Miss Lucy SLmms, Food Administra
tion; Miss Kate Alexander, Liberty
Loan; Miss Olivia Orr, Y. M. C. A.;
Mrs. Tom Allen, Child Welfare; Mrs.
J. T. Yansant; Registration.
All women are invited and urged
to attend.
In whatever phase of war work
you are interested, you will find there
information and inspiration.
Lend your presence.
At the Eed Cross Rooms.
Tuesday Woman's Society Chris
tian Church.
Wednesday Woman's Society
Episcopal Church.
Thursday Young Woman's Mis
sion Circle.
Friday Progressive Culture Club.
The Junior Red Cross workers, of
Mt. Airy, netted $60 by their refresh
ment counter last Saturday.
B-4 TIRE
Insure with
W.O. HINTON &SON,Agts
HRE DESTROYS SHANTY
A shack in the rear of the H. J.
Grosche bakery, occupied by colored
people, caught fire from some un-
known cause Sunday afternoon, and
I was completely destroyed. An alarm
,as sent in from Box 18. The de
partment responded, but the blaze
liad gained such headway that the
house was burned to the ground be
, fore their arrival.
fe Pa is
Fire, Wind and Lightning
Insurance.
Thomas, Woodford & Bryan.
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CHICKEN NEST ON EIRE CAUSES
ALAEM.
Fire originating in some mysteri
ous manner in a hen's nest in John
Fudold's stable on Sycamore street
yesterday afternoon caused an alarm
from Box 24. The department re
sponded and extinguished the blaze
with chemicals. Firemen jokingly as
cribed the fire to a hot boiled egg
laid by the hen that had just vacated
the nest.
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BLANKS RECEIVED FOE EEGIS
TEATION OF ALIENS.
Blanks and forms for the registra
tion of female alien women, of Paris
and vicinity have been received by
Hie Paris police . department. The
registration will begin on the morn
ing of Monday, June 17, and will be
conducted personally by Chief of Po
lice Link, who will be here in time
from Kansas City, Mo., where he has
been attending the meeting of the In-
ternational Police Chiefs Associa
tion. The registration will last ten
I days, and will be held at the police
: headquarters in the City Hall.
I All alien females fourteen years
, and over are required to register.
Among the questions they will be re
quired to answer is when they came
to the United States, the languages
they are able to speak or write,
whether they have any relatives
fighting against the United States
and the Allies.
Finger prints of all those who reg
ister will be taken and filed away
for future reference. Failure to reg
ister is punishable by a prison sen
tence. fe te fe r
'JUNIOR EED CEOSS
The following children have form
ed a Junior Red Cross Society, and
have had several Saturday sales in
the ice cream parlors of Mr. C. B.
Mitchell. By these sales they have
made $36.75, which they have dedi
cated to use in adopting a French
baby for a year: Rebecca Payne,
Maria Gay Payne, Nell T. Clay, Vir
ginia Morrison, Elise Morrison, Nell
Winn Hinton. Joe Varden.'jr.. Marv
J Forman Varden and Carolin Reading.
Tuesday, June 11th
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William Pox Presents
Duscin Farnum
IN
"THE SPY"
A timely American drama, exposing the
operations of foreign enemy secret police.
Also Antonio Moreno and Pearl White, in
the 11th Episode of
"THE HOUSE OF HATE"
Wednesday, June 12th
Jesse L. Lsky Presents
VIVIAN MARTIN
IN
"Unclaimed Goods"
A stirring film story that will please.
Also a "Luke" Comedy,
"Kicked Out."
Hearst-Pathe News No.
41.
Thursday, June 13th
Goldwyn Pictures
Presents
MABEL NORMAND
IN
"The Floor Below"
Thrills vie with smiles in this latest Mabel
Normand Film Play, making you both
laugh and cry.
Prices
At the Alamo Children5c war tax lc; Adults 13c war tax 2c.
At the Paris Grand Children 5c war tax lc; Adult 13c war tax 2c.
Colored persons, Children 5c war tax lc; Adults 10c war tax lc.
MATRIMONIAL. '
MORRIS STUART.
Friends and relatives in this
city were greatly surprised to learn
yesterday of the marriage in Indian
apolis, Sunday night, of Mr. John M.
Stuart, of Paris, and Miss Bobbie
Morris, of Indianapolis. The wedding
was a miliary one, the groom being
in the service of the United States at
the Vocational Training School, in
that city. No details were given.
The groom is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Stuart, of this city,
and was for many years associated in
business with liis father in the firm
of Stuart & O'Brien. He was also
interested in the seed business and
proved himself a very capable busi
ness man. He is a graduate of the
Paris High School. When the call
came for volunteers in the selective
rcrvice as specialists in mechanics,
to go to the Vocational Training
School of the army, at Indianapolis,
Mr. Stuart was one of the first to, re
spond, and was made captain in
charge of the men when they left
here.
The young woman who became his
bride is one of the most charming
girls in the Hoosier city, strikingly
handsome and graceful, and possessed
of those feminine charms that first
attract, then endear. She is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morris,
formerly of Paris, where Mr Morris
was engaged in the insurance busi
ness. The family moved to Indian
apolis some years ago.
Just before Mr. Stuart left Paris,
his companion and friend, Mr. Ire
land "Bit" Davis, knowing what a
lonesome time the embryo soldiers
would have around a training camp,
told him he would give him the ad
dress of a handsome young woman,
who would entertain him. He there
upon gave him Miss Morris' address.
That Mr. Stuart improved his oppor
tunities was evidenced by the follow
ing telegram, "which was received
here yesterday by Mr. Davis:
"Thanks for giving me Bob's -address.
Yes, it was a military wedding."
JONES DAVIS.
The wedding of Miss Lucy Fleet
Jones, of Millersburg, to Capt. Frank
J. Davis, of Lima, New York, which
will occur at the Methodist church,
in Millersburg, at ten o'clock this
morning will be one of the decided
social events of the season. The cer
emony will be performed by Dr. C. C.
Fisher, of the M. C. After the cer
emony the bridal party will leave In
an automobile for Lexington, from
where they will leave for a honey
moon trip to some Northern point,
their destination not being given.
They will spend the summer at the
home of the groom in Lima, New
York.
The bride-elect is one of the moat
accomplished and popular young wo
men of Millersburg. She is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Jones, is a
graduate of the literary department
and in voice of the Cincinnati Con
servatory of Music. During the
past year she was instructor in voice
at the College for Young Women, at
Lancaster, North Carolina.
The groom-to-be has occupied a
chair in the M. M. I. faculty for sev
eral years, and. during his sojourn in
Millersburg has become very popular.
Capt. Davis has resigned his chair in
the M. M. I., and ' has accepted a
For Rent.
Three nice .unfurnished rooms for
rent. Apply to
(tf) ERNEST MARTIN.
For Sale.
Good second-hand Milwaukee Bind
er. First-class order. Apply to
J. M. CALDWELL,
Climb. Phone 616 Patis, Ky.
(11-tf)
NOTICE!
The Electric Dry Cleaning Com
pany, heretofore operating in Paris,
Ky., and composed of Walter Clark
and D. W. Traugatt, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. The said
D. W. Trangatt assumes all the obli
gations of the old firm and is entitl
ed to collect all the outstanding ac
counts due said firm, this June 10.
1918.
WALTER CLARK,
D. W. TRAUGATT.
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chair in one of the High Schools at
Louisville. At the expiration of
their summer stay at his home in
Lima, New York, they will return
to Kentucky, going to Louisville to
reside.
BIRTHS.
In Lexington, Sunday night, tc
the wife of Mr. Roy Batterton, of
this city, twins, a girl and a boy.
The mother was formerly Miss High
field, of Lexington.
Pa 15a fe
HEALTH BOARD SAYS "CUT Y0TTR
WEEDS."
Weeds are not pretty; they are un
sightly, disease producers, harbor
dead cats, dogs, fowls, etc. An ordi
nonce requires that they be cut. Do
it without delay. It may save your
appearance in the City Court.
Street, alleys, vacant lots, stable lots,
yards, or other localities harboring
them, come within the range of this
ordinance, to which a penalty at
taches for its violation.
A. H. KELLER,
City Health Officer.
By order of the Board.
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CIRCUS COMING.
Howard Bros.' Dog and Pony Show
will exhibit here on Friday on the
lot near the L. & N. depot on Win
chester street. The show cames
highly recommended. It will be a
rare treat for the little folks espe
cially. Read the display advertise
ment on page 5.
A NEW ONE FREE!
We, the undersigned merchants, have added to our complete
lines of merchandise the
HIGH GRADE DELIGHT GAS MANTLE
which is of the highest candle power and non-shrinkable, and by
using an ordinary globe is guaranteed for 90 days. If the mantle
breaks in the specified time return the carton to the address on
same (the factory) and a new one will be sent free. By using one
you will buy no other. Kindly try one.
T. W. SPICER, Jobber and Retailer
Tilford Burnett
Lowry & May
Custls L. Talbott
Wilmoth & Co.
Grant Owsley & Co.
A. B. Lovell
Harris & Dale
Curtis Henry & Co.
Logan Howard
L. R. Bramblett
Dan Jordan & Co.
Skillman Bros.
E. W. Culbertson
INSURANCE!
FIRE TORNADO AUTOMOBILE HAIL
Watch for the expiration of your policies
and let us have some of your renewals
YERKES & PEED
At farmers & Traders Bank
Dan Cohen's
Specials
IN-
SUMMER SHOES
Wonderful Bargains for Economical Buyers
lOVER '
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in most desirable leathers
and styles a prices less
than present factory cost.
Every
Department
is a
Bargain Center
Buy your Summer Shoes
now at a great saving.
Ladies' most beautiful
Gray and White Kid, also
White Cloth
BOOTS, OXFORDS
AND PUMPS
Walk-Over and other fa
mous makes, at prices you
o cannot puiuiy uupnuaic
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Ladies' White and Grey Kid do 4A
Pumps 4UI.W
Ladies' Canvas Boots and Pumps djt aa
Ladies' Black Kid English Oxfords djo aa
Ladies' Mahogany Tan English djo at
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Men's Tan and Black Shoes and o ja
Oxfords, good makes $u4"
Men's Dark Tan English Shoes and C aa
Oxfords, Walk-Over t pd.UU
Men's Gun Metal Button jq
and Lace Shoes $47
Boys' Gun Metal Lace and j qq
Button Shoes $1.""
Men's Tan Scouts o o j
at $Z.Z4
DAN COHEN
Where Beauty and EconomyReiga
Paris' Greatest Shoe Store
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