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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1918.
THE B0U1B0H DprSpAlniTID
f OR THE BEST
Order your Christmas turkey from
us and don't be disappointed,
(x) LOGAN HOWARD.
Will be pleasant if you select his
present at our store,
(x) MITCHELL & BLAKEMORE.
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THE STORE OP A THOUSAND
GIFTS THE XMASSTOEE
If you will use judgment you will
visit our store before you buy Christ
mas goods articles of quality rea
(X) PRANK & CO.
THE THOMPSON SALE.
Auctioneer George D. Speakes
makes the following report of the
public sale of live stock, etc., belong
ing to Mr. A. S. Thompson, held en
the premises near Paris:
Mules brought from ?462 to
$652.50 per pair; sheep from $18 to
$21 per head; calves $32 per head;
yearling cattle, $50 per head, and
brood sows to farrow March 1, from
$38 to $52 per head. The farming
implements and other effects brought
A CHRISTMAS DEMONSTRATION
AT THE CROSDALE HOTEL.
Mr. George H. Crosdale, proprietor
of The Crosdale Hotel, informs us
that he has been taking lessons in
drawing through a New York artist
from Delmonico's, and has so far ad
vanced that he can draw a "HOUSE"
and "OCCASIONALLY" a uollar,
likewise a check in favor of "THE
OTHER FELLOW," and that he will,
on Christmas night, demonstrate his
ability in this respect to all those
who see fit to attend from 5:30 to
7:30 p. m. He intended to made
this a free demonstration, but owing
to the' unexpected cost of same, he
will be obliged of necessity to chaige
the "EXCESSIVE" amount of fifty
cents for admission, but thinks with
piusic and refreshments, that the en
tertainment will be such that "EV
ERYONE" will be willing to draw
on their "RESPECTIVE BANKERS"
for the amount.
1 ta fa
TOR THE BLACK CAKE
Fresh ingredients for that black
cake: Citron, seeded and seedless
raisins, dates, shelled nuts, orange
and lemon peel, spices, etc.
(x) CHAS. P. COOK & CO.
, CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS BUSY.
The Christmas rush among shop
pers began yesterday and the stores
and streets of Paris presented an an
imated picture as throngs of shop
pers, wended their way trom one
place to another. There was a large
crowd in the city, and the merchants
reported an unusually good business
preceding the Christmas Eve rush.
' To-day will be "The Day Before
Christmas," the time doted upon by
the belated Christmas shoppers and
also to the snug preparedness one
who has had every gift chosen, se
curely wrapped and labeled, if not
already sent, several days before.
There will not be any large Christ
mas trees or Sunday school gather
ings, as is the usual custom on
Christmas Eve, because of the Health
Board rulings. To-morrow will be
Christjmas Day, with many happy
family reunions and happy little
Christmas tree parties in the homes.
RAILEOaF" SIGNALMEN ELECT
The Brotherhood of Railway Sig
naknen effected an organization at a
meeting held in the K. of P. Hall, at
Main and Third streets. About thirty
members, all railway signalmen on
this division of the Louisville &
Nashville, were initiated. The , fol
lowing officers for the coming yar
Chief Ii. E. Owens.
Secretary-Treaurer W. W. White.
First Chief John Webb.
Second Chief Frank Knox.
Lever E. Edward Faries.
Chaplain D. H. Roberts.
Inside, Sentinel G. T. Smith.
Outside Sentinel C. J. Stone.
Trustees L. E. Owens. Chairman;
W. Odell and G. T. Smith.
The order will hold meetings the
-second and fourth Sunday afternoons
in each month.
ARE YOU SOMEWHAT PUZZLED?
NO TROUBLE ABOUT IT HERE
If it is in the jewelry line, we
(x) THE A. J. WINTERS CO.
TO OUR PATRONS.
W3e have come to the threshold of
another Christmas, and this boing
the last isruo of THE NEWS befcre
that glad day, we take this opportu
nity of extending the Reason's greet
ing to our friends, patrons, advertis
ers, subscribers and to all who have
in any pnanner contributed to the
succees of THE NEWS.
If their Christmas is half as tnerry
as we hope it wU be, we feel sure
that it will be numbered among the
happiest events of their lives.
May your Christmas be loaded
with cheerful yesterdays, glorious to
days and confident to-morrows. We
sincerely appreciate the business and
social courtesies shown us, ,and trust
that our pleasant Dusiness relations
may endure throughout the coming
Tb oae and all a Merry Christmas!
We will have another opportunity to
wish., you a Happy New Year. A
VrarryrOhritias toall, and jnay jou
eajoyVto theory fullest!
SOCIAL AtW PERSONAL.
t)o&tigs aad Goings of Our
People Here, There and
Mr. Fred tPister has returned
from an extended business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Moore left
yesterday for Umatilla, Fla., to spend
the winter months.
Miss Elise Kidd, of Frankfort,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Swift
Champ from Saturday to this morn
ing. Mr. Jeff C. Elgin is here from
Memphis, Tenn., to spend the holi
days -with his mother, Mrs. Annie
Miss Myrtle Hickson, of Flem
ingsburg, is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. John Endicott, on South Main
Miss Mary Masterson entertain
ed a party of young friends with a
"play party" at her home on Massie
Mrs. D. L,. Moore and her daugh
ter, Miss Moore, of Harrodsburg,
have been the guest several days of
Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Alexander.
Mrs. Harry A. James, formerly
Miss Mabel Schnapp, has returned
from Cincinnati, and resumed her
former position at the Twin Bros.'
Mr. Charles Wilmoth, who has
been in the Texas oil fields for sev
eral weeks, came in yesterday to
spend the Christmas holidays with
his family. He will return to Texas
Mr. and Mrs. John Cohen, of
Louisville, and Mr. and Mrs. Clark
Barnett, of Paris, are spending the
Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Barnett, near Taylorsville, in
Mrs. James Thompson, Jr., of
near Paris, will be hostess to her
Bridge Club Thursday afternoon at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Overton Chenault, on Ashland
avenue, in Lexington.
Reports from the National San
itarium, at Martinsville, Indiana,
where Mr. Jas. T. Higgins, of Paris,
is a patient, state tha he is consid
erably improved. Mr. Higgins is suf
fering from rheumatism.
Mrs. J. T. Pryor and two daugh
ters, formerly of Paris, were recent
visitors here. They were en route to
Richmond, called there by the serious
ilness of Mrs. Pryor's mother, Mrs.
Sarah Leeds, who is greatly im
proved. Mr. and Mrs. David Traugott
and little daughter, Louise, of Lex
ington, are spending the holidays in
Paris as guests of Mrs. Traugott's
grandmother, Mrs. Eva Dimmitt, and
of her sister, Mrs. Ray Harris, and
Mr. Stanley Conner has arrived
from Knoxville, Tennessee, to spend
the. holidays with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. D. Conner, on Har
pnon street. Mr. Conner is employed
in the Southern Railway, machine
shops in Knoxville.
Mrs. I. L. Price and little grand
son, Wm. Teller, have returned fiom
Chicago, where they have been visit-
Jing relatives and friends for six
weeKs. Mrs. .prices daugnter, Airs.
Carroll Teller, is improving slowly
after a long illness.
The Tampa, Florida, correspond
ence in Sunday's Courier-Journal has
this note with reference to well
known Millersburg people: "Among
the Kentuckians expected before
Christmas are Mrs. R. L. Tarr and
fapnily, from Millersburg."
Miss Elizabeth Hedges is at
home from Washington, D. C, where
she has been in the Government ser
vice, to spend the Christmas holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Hedges, in this city.
Among those who attended the
dinner dance givenat Lexington by
the men of the Naval Branch of the
S. A. T. C. at Camp Buell, were the
following from Paris: Raymond Con
nell, Barnett Winters, Landen Tem
plin and Robt. Lavin.
Misses Elizabeth Breazele, of
New Brunswick, N. J., who has
charge of the language department
at the Millersburg College, is spend
ing the Christmas holidays with her
sister, Miss Jeanette Breazele, at the
Lexington College of Music.
Mr. Robert Dow, of Des Moines,
Iowa, and Mr. Rion Dow, of Ft
Dodge, -Iowa, have arrived in Paris
to spend the holidays with their fa
ther, Mr. Robert P. Dow, Sr. This is
the. first viit of Mr. Robert P. Dow,
Jr., to his old home in twelve years.
Mr. and Mrs. "James Thompson,
Jr., of -near Paris, will be on the ist
of chaperones at the "Christmas Eve
Dance" to be given at the Phoenix
Hotel in Lexington, to-night. The
hours will be from eight to two. A
large number of Paris society people
will attend the dance.
Mr. Ford Brent returned at
noon yesterday from Rochester,
Minn., where he has been a patient
at Mayo Bros Hospital for several
weeks. He was accompanied be Mrs.
Frank Woodall. Mr. Brent was met
here by his son, Ned, and was given
a royal welcome home. He stood the
trip very well and is doing nicely. '
Dr. J. T. Comer, of Paris, who
has been seriously ill with influenza
at the home of his father-in-law, Mr.
Nat Collier, near Millersburg, has en
tirely recovered. Dr. Comer was
warmly greeted yesterday by f rieads
when he made his first appearance on
the street. Dr. and Mrs. Comer will
go to Florida soon, to spend the
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SIX O'CLOCK CHBISTMAS DINKEB
AT WIOTSOR HOTEL.
, Roast Bluegrass Turkey,
v Cranberry Jelly
Celery Hearts ' Olives
White Potatoes AsparagusTips
Plum'Pudding Hard Sauce
French Ice Cream Christmas Cake
The above menu will be served at
the Windsor Hotel .Christmas night
at 6 .o'clock."
JPrice 50 cents per plate.
:Judge Lyman Chalkley, of the
Transylvania University, at Lexing
ton, will address the congregation of
St. Peter's Episcopal church, in this
city to-morrow (Christmas) morning,
at 10:30 o'clock. Everybody invited
to alttend this service.
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TUBN YOUB FOOTSTEPS THIS
WAY AND. YOUR SEARCH
We have what you want.
(x) THE A. J. WINTERS CO.
FORMER PARISIAN PROMOTED
FOE VALOR IN BATTLE.
The Courier-Journal of Friday
prints a fine half-tone portrait of
Major Neville C. Fisher, son of Mrs.
W. H. Fisher, of Paris, who was re-
Lcently promoted from Captain to the
rank of Major for distinguished gal
lantry and valor in the service in
Maj. Fisher was a member of the
Bourbon county bar during his resi
dence in Paris. Several highly in
teresting letters to his mother have
been printed in THE NEWS, in the
"Letters From Soldiers and Sail
ors" column. The Courier-Journal
accompanies the picture with the fol
lowing from the Georgetown corres-'
"It will be a happy Christmas for
the little family of Maj. Neville C.
Fisher, who recently was cited for
gallantry in battle and promoted
from a captaimcy. r
"Mrs. Fisher was Miss Eva Finnell,
a daughter of Judge James Finnt-11,
of Georgetown. r
' "They have two children to share
in 'daddy's' glory Miss Family and
A VARIED ASSORTMENT.
Wrist Watches for men;
women and Children.
SHIRE & FITHIAN.
Somewhere on the streets of Paris
a siver mesh purse. Finder return
to this office and receive reward.
Notice to Dog Owners
The law requires every person to
call at' the office of the County
Clerk, before January 1, 1919, and
pay license tax on all dogs owned or
harbored by him. A tag is furnished
by the Clerk for each dog license.
Unless this license is paid by January
1, 1919, the owner of the dog is sub
ject to a fine of not more than $100,
or a jail sentence not exceeding three
months, or both. An unlicensed dog
can also be killed by any one, and it
is the duty of the Sheiiff to kill
same. If you permit a dog on "your
place, that is unlicensed, then ou
are liable to the fine and imprison
ment, whether you own the dog or
not. The amount of the license tax
is $1.00 for the first male dog, $2.00
for each other male dog; $2.00 for
the first female dog, and $4.00 for
each other female dog. Kindly call
at my office, before January 1, 193 9,
and avoid the penalty provided.
Clerk Bourbon County Court.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Wednesday, December 25
n"L g;I "THE UUN WITHIN"
Dorothy Gish and Geo. Fawcett
And a Special Star Cast.
Big Y Comedy, "HUMBUGS AND HUSBANDS"
Also Pathe News Feature.
Thursday, December 26
Also Burton Holmes Travelogue
, and Pathe News Feature.
Friday, December 27
Jesse L, Lasky Presents
Ethel ClaytOIl n eCame Back"
FlUTti ROLAND 'yr "Haods Up
Edward Vanleeni Orchestra
Admission . . . 22 Cents
Gallery . . . . . 15 Cents
NO CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OLD ADMITTED
224-228 West Main St., Lexington, Ky; "
Main Street, Paris, Ky. ,
Of course we pnay not, succeed very
well, but if we ever get arrested by
the lady police we are going to do
our best to be fascinating.
Somewhere' on the streets of Paris
a small leather hand bag, containing
a small sum of money and a Buick
automobile key. Finder leave at this
office and receive reward. (It)
"SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE"
Big Reductions on Women's
Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts,
The Best Gift of All
The Celebrated Clear-Tone
A Gift That tfie Whole Family Will Enjoy
Plays any make of
Disc Records without
change of attachments.
Embodies the Best
in a Perfect Talk
Combines quality and
'utility with a moderate
Come In Today and See the Differ
ent Styles and Hear Them Play.
Our Direct-from-the-Factory Selling
Plan Saves Our Customers
Better stop to-day if you are thinking of buying a '
talking machine for Christmas as we only have a few of
these machines "and may not be able to get more in time -for
Christmas. -. ,:
LadyHelen Chocolate Cherries OfU I D
-just received fresh. Special UU LUi .
Try a box; you will be delighted with them. T'
Brooks & Snapp Drug Co. !
415 Main Street
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