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TUBSDAY, JULY 23. lMt- -
Til PQUMON N PAWS, IT,
FOR THE EST
NOTICE, TAX PAYERS.
Under the new law, all tax
payers are required to call at
our offices in the Court House
and give in their tax lists. The
office of Assessor has been abol
ished, and the new law requires
that you call at the offices off
th undersigned Tax Commis
sioners and transact your busi
ness in regard to taxes. We
will be in our offices every day
until further notice for that
purpose. Call NOW and avoid
penalties for not doing so. All
property owners are required to
bring a list of their property as
of July 1st to the office.
Tax Commissioners for Bourbon
JNO. J. REDMON, Deputy.
The cheapest meat you can buy is
smoked tongue and half-dried beef.
We have lots of both at the right
(It) C. P. COOK & CO.
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NEW AUTO OWNEKS. i
The Franklin Motor Car Co., of
Lexington, reports the sale of Frank
lin touring cars to John M. Clay and
Roy F. Clendenin, of Paris, for imme
ta is isa
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE.
Gus Margolen told a NEWS 'man
yesterday that his 50 cent ad. last
Friday sold his over 50 hams and 60
buckets of lard. "I advertised only
in THE NEWS it certainly gets re
sults' said Mr. Margolen.
THINGS TO WORRY ABOUT
Talk about the L. & N. moving its
terminal from Paris! Why, a NEWS
reporter walking through the yards
early the other morning saw four
men busily engaged in putting new
siding on two box cars. Isn't that
an evidence of busy times?
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Hail insuranco on tobacco
and small rain.
McCLURE & DONALDSON.
CHURCH ENDEAVOR SOCIETY TO
All members of the Christian En
deavor Society of the Presbyterian
Church are invited to a picnic this
evening (Tuesday.) Everyone will
please meet at the home of Mrs. Wil
cox, on Duncan avenue, at 6 o'clock.
A good time is in store for all.
TO ADMINISTER ESTATE.
Mrs. Fannie Cummins, of near
Paris, was appointed in the County
Court, Saturday, as administratrix
cf the estate of her husband, the late
Mr. James Cummins, who died sud
denly some time ago while at work
near his "home. Mrs. Cummins
qualified for the position by furnish
ing bond in the sum of 2,500, with
Mr. Wm. W. Hall as surety.
Insure your tobacco
against hail. We rep
prompt paying com
panies. YERKCS & PEED.
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PIRST DANCE OF SEASON.
Paris society folk have had little
or no entertainment for several
months, and especially has there
been a dearth of dancing events, dear
to the hearts of those who love the
pleasures of the dance. But youth
will -not he denied and must have
some outlet for its pent-up spirit.
The first dance of the season will
he given at the Masonic Temple, in
this city, on Friday evening, August
2. The promotors are Ireland "Bit"
Davis and Newton Taylor, Jr. The
music will he furnished by the Smith
Saxophone Sextette. Hours from
nine p. m. to three a. m. Subscrip
MARGOLEIT-'S SPECIALS TOE THIS
WEEK READ 'EM 0VEE.
For the benefit of those who failed
to take advantage of our big specials
last week, we have decided to offer
again this week the following big
Pure hog lard in 25 pound cans at
27 cents per pound. Special for this
Pic-nic sugar-cured hams at 28
cents per pound, for this week only.
Three pounds of county bacon,
fctreak of lean and streak of fat,
home cured, for $1.00.
This is your chance to buy the best
at a great saving. Take advantage
these specials NOW, as they will
be higher next week.
MARGOLENS SANITARY MEAT
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Combigi aad Goings of Our
People Here, There and
Mr. Ingram Oldson, of Lagrange,
is a guest of relatives near Paris.
Miss Mary Linda Lynch, of Ra
venna, Ky.f is a guest "of friends in
Miss Margaret Cavanaugh, of
Newport, is a guest of her sister,
on Vine street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell and
little son, Billy, of . Lexington, were
visitors in Paris, Sunday.
-Miss Irene Bramblette has re
turned from a visit to Misses Louise
and Florence Berry, in Cynthiana.
Mrs. William A. Clarke, of Cin
cinnati, is a guest of Miss Dorcas
Ussery, at her home on High street.
Mrs. X. P. Fronk and daughter,
Miss Pearl Fronk, of Covington, are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O .P. Carter,
on East Eighth street.
The ladies of the -Presbyterian
church will have their usual prayer
meeting' Thursday at 4:30 p. m., in
the primary room of the new church.
Miss Rebecca Purnell left yes
terday for a ten-days' visit to Misses
Elizabeth and Alice Barbour, at St.
Matthews, near Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Caywood
have as guests at their home near
Paris, Mrs. Joseph Mosby and son,
Mr. Jos. Mosby, Jr., of Helena, Ar
kansas. Mrs. M. T. Botts, Mrs. Alvin
Ratliff and son, Burns Ratliff, and
Mrs. George Schrepp, of Louisville,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Trim
ble, in North Middletown.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Waltz and
little son, Jack Waltz and Miss Etta
Crockett, guests of Mrs. John Snyder,
on East Seventh street, have returned
to their homes in Covington.
Mrs. Geo. W. Stuart and Mrs.
John M. Stuart have gone to Me
tuchen, New Jersey, to visit Corp.
John M. Stuart, who is in the service
of Uncle Sam at the army camp there.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Carter and
family will jmove from Paris to Lex
ington as soon as they can find a res
idence. Mr. Carter is now in the
office of the Collector of Internal
Revenue, at Lexington.
Miss Wanda Davis, who has been
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Boat
right, on Walker avenue, will leave
to-morrow for her home in Kansas,
stopping en route for a visit to rela
tives and friends in Illinois.
The Lexington Daily Leader of
Sunday says: "Clay Sutherland, of
Paris, and Charley Knight, of this
city, have returned from St. Louis,
and as they both travel for Swift,
they brought 'home the bacon.' "
Mr. and Mrs. Will G. McClin
tock and family will move this week
to their home on Pleasant street,
which has been undergoing exten
sive remodeling for several months.
They have been guests at the Hotel
Windsor pending completion of the
Mr. Lee Price, of Frank & Co.,
arrived Sunday night from an ex
tended business trip to New York
and other Eastern markets. Mr.
Robert L. Frank, who accompanied
Mr. Price, went on to Saranac Lake,
New York, to visit Mrs. Frank and
Miss Hallie Frank, who are spending
the summer there.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Stivers,
Mrs. Lou Settles, Mrs. Leslie Keal
and daughter, Miss Louise Keal, Mr.
Sherman H. Stivers, and Misses Ed
ith and Mamie Stivers motored to
Winchester, Sunday, and spent the
day with Mr. and Mrs. John M.
Woods. Mrs. Woods was formerly
Miss Ella Stivers, of Paris.
Misses Theodosia Ray, of Chi
cago, and Anna Lucille Hutchinson,
of Lexington, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Morgan T. Brown,, on Mt. Airy
avenue. They were entertained with
a dance by their cousin, Mr. Gayle
Brown. About thirty young people
enjoyed the evening in dancing and
music. Ices and cakes were served.
The Millersburg Dancing Club
will give an August Dance, in the Odd
Fellows' Hall, in that city, on tne
evening of Wednesday, Aug. 7. The
hours will be from nine to three.
Subscription, ?1.50. The music will
be furnished by the Smith Saxophone
Sextette. The committee in charge
of the dance is Julian Allen, Julian
Adair and H. C. Current.
James Caldwell, Edward Burke,
James Ralls, Joe Penn Redmon and
John Woodford, prominent Bourbon
county stockmen, have returned from
Madison county, where they went on
a -business trip. While there they
paid a visit to the stock farm of Mr.
Harvey Chenault and inspected the
select herd of cattle being condition
ed there to be exhibited at the Ken
tucky State Fair in September.
Miss Charlotte Henry entertain
ed Friday afternoon with "500" at
the home of her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. D. S. Henry, on Cypress street.
At the conclusion of the games a
salad course was served. The event
was in compliment to Miss Henry's
guest, Miss Sara Traylor. The fol
lowing guests partook of the after
noon's pleasures: Misses Virgina
Hattie Hill O'Neill, Sara Pow-
; Charlina Ball, and her guest, Miss
.. of Huntington, W. va., Fat-
Clarke, Elizabeth Curie, Agnes
Turner, Mary xenney weDDer,
Phoebe Litsey, and Mrs. Edward F,
(Ot&er Personals on Page 3.)
PRAYER AT NOON POJt SUCCESS
In line rith the movement adopt
ed by nearly every city in the State,
Paris had adopted the practice of
sounding a bell. each day for the pur
pose of reminding the people that we
are in the war.
At noon each day the big tower bell
of the Paris Fire Department will be
sounded four or five times after the
tolling of the hour of twelve by the
big clock in the court house tower.
This will be a reminder to the peo
ple to bow their heads and offer up
a silent prayer for the success of the
American and Allied aijms in the
great world-war struggle now going
on in Europe. The movement has
been in, effect in many of the Central
Kentucky cities for some time, and is
proving to be one of the best daily
reminders of the participtation of
America in the war, or to pick out
the unpatriotic people.
When the bell sounded in the new
program for the first time last Sunday
its meaning was not generally un
derstood, and many thought it was
a fire alarm. From now on they
may understand what its object is
and act accordingly.
Fire, Wind and Lightning
Thomas, Woodford & Bryan.
POLICE GET NEW UNIFORMS
AND PATROL BOXES.
New summer uniforms will soon
be donned by the members of the
Paris police. The uniforms will be
of the regulation style, of lightweigth
blue serge, the caps being white,
with gold cord and the city's coat of
arms. Police patrol boxes are being
installed throughout the city, from
which calls may be telephoned to
headquarters for the "hurry-up
One of the boxes has been placed
at the corner of Main and Eighth
streets, another at the corner of
Eighth street and Walker avenue,
one at the corner of Main and Four
teenth streets, and one at the Tenth
street passenger station of the Lou
isville & Nashville. Citizens may call
the police by means of these boxes,
which has a large bell attachment,
that can be rung continuously un
til the police respond. It is certainly
a great improvement and was fostered
by Councilman John Merringer,
Chairman of the Police Committee,
who is untiring in his efforts to give
Paris an up-to-date police service.
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CALLED MEETING OF GROCERS
County Food Commissioner Law
rence Mitchell has issued a call for
a meeting of all the grocers of the
city of Paris, to -be held at the court
house next Friday night, o The
meeting will be held for the purpose
of devising ways and means of pre
venting people from getting more
than their allotment of sugar by
giving orders to different grocers, or
be getting other persons to act for
them. It is the intention of the Food
Commissioner to put an effectual
stop to such practices.
and send some pictures to
Jhe big brother "Over
There.' ' He has a plenty
of the things to worry him
and needs cheerful news
and scenes from home.
Get a Kodak
"If it isn't an Eastman
It isn't a Kodak"
We have a full line of Ko
daks and supplies There
are none "just as good."
Films Developed Free
Fifth and Main
30c quality, per yard 24c
35c quality, per yard 29c
40c quality, per yard 32c
50c quality, per yard 38c
59c quality, per yard 48c
1 Lot of Ladies'
3 for 10c
50c values at,
ONE LOT OF
I Ladies' 25c Vests
All goods sold for cash. Nothing on approval, to be
returned or exchanged.
See the Big
Only one sold to each
None sold before the day
No phone orders will be
None sent C. 0. D.
Be Here On Time
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BELDING SILK THREAD
100 yards to spool
or 3 for 25c
per yard mmt
50c values at 39c
$1.00 values at 79c
MAIN STREET, PARIS, KY.
A WONDERFUL BARGAIN!
You will be sure to admit that this is a wonderful bargain
You will wonder how it is possible to secure such splendid
sweepers to sell at such a low price. It is merely arfother
demonstration to give our patrons the advantage of every
special purchase we make, having secured 50 of these sweep
ers from one of the largest manufacturers in the country as a
big special sale feature offering. $3.00 won't buy a better
sweeper. Made of steel; light in weight, but very strong
The HYGENO sweepers are handsome, having beautiful ma
hogany baked enamel finish and nickle trimmings.
Don't Fail to See Them on Display in
Just the intense interest being manifested in the display
and the comments on the very low price of only 98 cents there
will be a quick sale of this lot of 50 HYGENO sweepers
Remember only 50 of these sweepers in this sale, and if you
appreciate a big bargain and want to obtain your sweeper it is
essential that you be here promptly at 9 o'clock Thursday
morning. Positively none sold before this time. At 98 cents
they will go like hot cakes. . No phone orders, none sent
C. 0. D. and none charged.
2'V . t' J
quality at 1 c:
quality ,at 2 T-iS :
quality at 28'cr
45c quality at. . .- . .37 1 -2c
59c quality at 48c
75c quality at !S9c
$1,00 quality at 79c
1 Lot of Ladies'
At 9:00 O'clock
WORTH $3.00, EACH;
SIXTH AND MAIN STS