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title: 'The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, December 21, 1920, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5',
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FOR THE BEST
PUBLIC LIBRARY CLOSED FOR
The Pans Public Library will close
to-day. (Tuesday) for the holidays,
and will remain closed until January
3, in order to give the Librarian und
assistants an opportunity to enjoy a
TO HELP IN CAMAPIGN
The campaign in this county and
city fo the Near E36t Relief Fund is
progressing very' favoablv, and in
not one single instance have the can
vassers met with a flat refusal to con
James Caldwell arid f!ateshv SnenrR
VniTA iii1f wnlrfin 4- ai 4-T m - -
Jinvc uuu.i ian.cu m U11VIUJL tilt? UHJIl-
paign in Paris and Bourbon county
for the Hoover Relief Fund for the
destitute children, of Eastern ana
Central Europe. They ask the co
operation of the generous people ot
the city and county in making this
"drive" a charasteristic Bourbon,
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR ADVERTISERS
On account of Saturday boing hol
iday, and the probability that THE
NEWS force will take at least a half
holiday, our advertisers are asked to
have copy for change of ads in the
office on Friday. This will be an ac
commodation for the cpimpositors who
have been working hard through the
holidays to accommodate others.
Please give this immediate attention,
and ha?e change of copy in early Fri
THE NEWS force, like other hu
mans, like to have si little ecrealion
once in a while, and we ask our ad
vertisers to help us enjoy the time off
by getting us their copy early Friday
as requested, in orrler that the work
:may be forwarded. We thank you!
SPECIAL XMAS SALE.
Ladies' Coat and Suit Sale, $25.
TWIN BROS' DEPARTMENT
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS AT GRANT
Grape Fruit, 64 size, 10 cents
Oranges, 30c, 40c, 50c and 60c
Lemons, 20c a dozen.
Cocoanuts, 10c and 15c each.
Delicious Apples, 5c and 10c each.
Malaga Grapes, 35c per pound.
Bananas, 40c and 50c a dozen.
Mixed Condies. 30c to 40c per lb.
Be-t Chocolates, 60c per lb.
Other Chocolates, 35 cents.
Box Candies, 50c to $2 a box.
GRANT OWSLEY & CO.,
17-3t) Seventh and Main Sts.
Fine linens are cherished by
everyone see our beautiful line
of Madeira Hand-Embroidered
towels, tea napkins, dresser scarfs
FRANK & CO.
STORE OPEN AT NIGHT.
For the benefit of the shoppers
who are unable to shop daring the
day, our store will stay open at
jrights until Xmas.
A. J. WINTERS CO.
"wTNCHTSTEB MAtf IN
The Winchester Daily Sun says of
former "Winchester man who has
recently located in Paris:
"Mr. Hord Mann, receiver for the
Citizens' Garage, of Earis, has dis
Iosed of the stock, fixtures, etc., to
Mr. Venard Owens, of Winchester,
who will conduct the business in
the future under the name of the
Dixie Garage Company
"Mr. Owen is a son of Mr. Sant
Owen and recently returned from
the west, to make bis home again in
Kentucky. He is an expert automo
bile man, and his many friends here
extend best wishes for his success."
PROGRAM AT GRAND
To-day, Tuesday. December 21
Taylor Holmes, .n "Nothing But the
Truth;" Stuart Holmes and Frankie
Mann, in thirteenth episode of
"Trailed By Three;" Patne News.
To-morrow, December 22 Chas.
Ray, in "Paris Green;" Capitol
comedy, "Hearts and Hqmmers;"
Topics of The Day.
Thursday, December 23 Allen
Dawn production, "The Luck of The
Irish," with James Kirkwcod and
Anna Q. Nillson; Ruth Roland, in
fourth episode of "Ruth of The Rock
ies;" Pathe News.
Gregg's Orchestra plays afternoon
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Saturday, Dec. 254, beint
leal holiday we will be closed.
Those desiring to malteheir reg
ular weekly paymwrts May do so
Friday, Dec. 24th fr 7 p. . to
BOURBON BUILDING & LOAN
PEOPLES BUILDING LOAN AS
SOCIAL AM) PERSONAL.
Comimgi and Goings of Our
People Here, There and
otXT1? MFy ElliF is at home from
school for the holidays.
MIsfs Nellie Quinn, of Fergu-
son street, is spending the holidays
with relatives in Livingston.
A- B. Hancock has returned
from New York, where he attended
a meeting of the Endurance Test
Squire John N " Shropshire and
SOn. JTrrmlr SViWityo.,., ti
- ""wtroimc, Ul J clUtt.su II-
ville, have gone to Gallatin, Tenn.,
WnCTQ fVl'rr ...ill 1 . ' .
""- mcjr W111 spena lwo weefcs.
TnnHon 'Vck-n-.nli-n . t j
from Philadelphia - to spend the
unswuita nouaayvs with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Temptin, and
family, in this city.
Mrs. J O. Marshall and son,
Billie. are ernests nf tva tv. .-'
sister, Mrs. Jajnes J. Curie, in Cyn
thiana, while Mr. Marshall is recu
perating at Hot Springs.
Sherman H. Silvers, Paris repre
sentntive for the Lexington Herald,
left Saturdav fn-r n vicit nf comtfoi
days with Tiis son, Harry Slivers,
and Mrs. Stivers, in Chattanooga,
Miss "Dnrnthv Anna nimr1n lit
tle daughter of Judge and Mrs. Denis
Dundon, entertained a number of
her friends with a parly at hei home
on Houston avenue, in honor of her
Misses Roff a?.d Imies, of the
Paris Hieh School far.nlt.v pntpr.
tained the semi-monthly bridge club
or tne .rans nigh school teachers at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Custis Hal-
bott, on Houston avenue.
Sherman Snapp arrived yester-
dav morniner from Portland. Oree-ms
where is manager for the Royal Eak
ing Power Co, fr a visit to his moth
er. Mrs. Alice Snapp, and family,
during the holidays.
Miss Elizabeth Clav has return
ed from Madei ia School, In Washing
ton, D. C, to spend the holidays
with her mother. Mrs. Thomas Henry
Clay, Jr., and her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. Henry Clay, Sr.
Mrs. R. M. Honkins and son.
Rcbert M. Hopkins, Jr., of S-. Louis,
Mo., have arrived to spend the holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Helm Clay, of West Eighth street.
Mr. Hopkins will arrive next .week
to join them.
Miss Mae Jane Turner has arriv
ed from Washington, D. C, where
she is a student in the Colonial
School, to spend the Christmas holi
days with her mother, Mrs. Edward
Turner, and family, in this city.
Misses Christine Thomas, Emma
Louise Collins, Nancy Wilson and
John VanMeter Woodford, Walter
Kenney and Robert Smith are at
home from school to spend the
Christjmtis holidays in this city with
their parents and other relatives.
-For the next two or three weeks
Paris "will be turned over to the
voune neonle. esnecially the students
who have returned from school to
spend the holidays. Several parties
are planned in their honor. The
first of these will be given to-night
by Misses Mary Ellen Scott and Lil
lian Mitchell at the home or Miss
Scott, on Duncan avenue.
Misses Maty Fithian Hutch
craft and Helen Hutchcraft enter
tained informally at their home
on Second street, in honor of
Mrs. R. E. Packard, wife of Lieut.
R. E. Packard, of Boston, Mass.,
who was a comrade-in-arms with
the late Capt. Reuben Hutchcraft,
killed in action in France. Lieut,
and Mrs. Packard are guests at the
Hutchcraft home. Coffee, chocolates
and sandwiches werev served. Misses
Mary May and Josephine Fithian.
assisted the hostesses m receiving
and entertaining the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Met
calfe, who have returned to Paris af
ter a honeymoon visit in Eastern
cities, were guests of honor at a
small dinner-bridge given at the
Phoenix Hotel, in Lexington, Satur
day evening, by John Kreiner, of
Paris. The table was beautifully
decorated in Christmas colors. The
prize for the highest score was a
pair of cnt glass candlesticks for the
women guests, and a carton of -ci
garettes for the jmen. The guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Metcalfe, Mr.
and Mrs. James M. Ross, Mrs. Embry
Goodwin, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Good
son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brower,
m -K-nfhArinG Sandusky Foushee
and Mr. Turner Milan, all of Lex
ington, and Miss Margaret Araery,,
Miss Annie Cummins has return
ed from a two-weeks' visit to br
sister, Mrs. J. F. Mansfield, in Scott
Mr. T. B. Murphy, of ew
York, spent the week-end in Paris
as guest of his friend, Andrew Jack
Henry Hamilton, of Hopkms
ville, is visiting friends and rela
tives in this city. Mr. Hamilton is a
former resident of Palis.
Mia-.es Dorothy Peed and Agnes
Furnell, of Washington, D. C. baye
arrived to spend the holidays with
Mrs. Thos. Purneli and family,
tc wnito Varden entertained
'the members of her dancing class
with a Christmas cotinon rxiujr
night at Varden's Hall, the hours -be-?ni
from seven to nine-thity The
hall was decorated with small Christ
mas tres, holly and poinsetta. The
march, with a nupiber of difficult fig
ures, was led by Jo Varden, Jr., and
Caroline Reading. At the mtermis
sion the young guests were seated at
little tables, and weie served brick
ice cream, individual cakes and can
dies. The guests for the .Occasion
;::. , Hancock. Elizabeth
Whitley Caroline Reading, Lucy
ieaV Anderson, Frances Margolen,
i - aAriieeii. Sallle Clark,
Louise Rasb, Halsey Clay, Harriet
Kerslake, Mary Forman Ve! B
-.ly Meng, Josephine Ardery, Nancy
Hay,. Mildred Winn Varden; .Sted
Brent John Bower,, Sam Kerslake,
William Marshall, T. J. Judy, Billie
Yerkes, Jo Varden, Jr.. Jack Brenn
nan, James Reading:, Bntor Wbod
Wdv Jr. Arthur Hancock, Jr., John
We have "just cut rthe big .300
pounds cheese. It's a fine one. No
body has cheese like ours. Give us
your order for a pound or so
() C. P. COOK & CO.
CHRISTMAS FRUIT CAKES
Let us have your order early for
one of our delicious fruit cakes.
We aleo make chocolate, caramel,
white layer, angel food, devil's food
and all kinas of fancy cakes. It is
desirable that you place your order
(17-2t) DRURY BAKING CO.
ALUMHJUM WARE MCE XMAS
Every thir.g in Aluminum Ware.
Nothing makes 'a better Christmas
present. Come and let us show you.
() LOWRY & MAY.
A WONDERFUL GIFT.
A box of Miss Holladay's can
dies makes a wonderful gift for
your friends at Christmas tune.
BUY EROM CEAVEN AND SAVE
Buy your Christmas goodies fron.
us. We can save you money on
Fruits, Nuts and Candies, both in
tho, bulk and in fancy, boxes.
(17-3t) ' JAS. E. CRAVEN.
SOMETHING USEFUL EOR
. CHRISTMAS PRESENT
What could be more useful as a
Christmas present than some of the
Pyrex Glass Cooking Pieces? We
have a splendid stock of it.
() LOWRY & MAY.
SPECIAL SALE LADIES' COATS.
Ladies' Coats, $16.50, $18.00,
$22.50 and $25.00.
TWIN B&OS' DEPARTMENT
LOOK HERE EOR YOUR CHRIST
Come in and look at the many
useful Christmas presents for every
mejmber of the family.
(21-2t) FARMERS' SUPPLY CO.
VESIT THE ARMY STORE.
The Army Store offers you real
merchandise at a tremendously
GIFTS EOR CHRISTMAS,
Beautiful line of ladies' guaranteed
Bracelet Watches, fifteen jewel, rib
bon and link syles
" (17-3t) SHIRE & FITHIAN.
IVORY XMAS GIFTS.
Gifts of Ivory for Christmas at
TWIN BROS' DEPARTMENT
EVERSHARP PENCILS AN IDEAL
Eversharp Pencils, $1.00 up, make
an ideal and inexpensive Christmas
(17-3t) . SHIRE & FITHIAN.
Silk hose in all the popular
brands at lower prices than you
can buy them elsewhere.
FRANK & CO.
The Independent Tobacco Ware
house Co., of Paris, Kentucky, will
open their warehouse for receiving
tobacco, December 20, 1920. The
wagons will not be unloaded until
December 28, 1920. '
Due lo the increased cost of ope
ration, the selling fees for the com
ing season will be 2 per cent ana
25 cents per hundred.
CHAS'r C.- CLARKE, President.
D. W. PEED, Manager. -(17-tf)
' Right in
. put up
We have only three more weeks in which to close out our
stock of merchandise in Paris, hence we have made further
and final reductions, as we positively leave January 1 st.
AT HALF PRICE
$4.00 Blankets will go at . . . v . . . . $2,00
$5.00 Blankets will go at. 2,50
6.00 Blankets will go. at. ........ . 3.00
$12.50 Blankets will go at s 6.25
$15.00 Blankets will go at . . .; 7.50
$25.00 Blankets will go at 1 2.50
Coats and Suits
One lot of Coats and Suits, formerly selling
up to $65.00, to go $24. 75
One lot of Coats, formerly $65.66 to $100.00
value to go $49.50
One lot of Suits, formerly $65.00 to $95.08
These Suits and Coats are all thii sea
son's, latest in style, material, etc.
Staple Piece Goods
Outing Cloth, in plain colors and stripes, 40c
quality to go at - q
per yard 1 2C
Percale, best quality, in. dark and light pat
terns, 50c values, to go at o e
per yard OC
Apron Ginghams. Lancaster or Amoskeag,
35c qaality, to gD at q
per yard C
36-inch Bleached Muslin, 35c quality, to go
during this wind-up sale at i q
per yard C
One lot of Dresses, odd sizes, up to $40.00
values, .will go K1 9 Oft
One lot of handsome Dresses, this season's'
stock, values to $65.00. will go. OA-'Jt
One lot of Dresses, of finest materials, values
up to $55.00, will go tRQ 5f
One lot of Dresses, values to $75.00, elegant
materials, will go CAQ CO
Box Handkerchief s for Christmas
Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, beautifully em
broidered' 3 in a box, $1.50 values, to go
Pure Lin$n Handkerchiefs $1.25 values, 3
in a box, to go at, per box . T 98c
A wonderful line of Silk, Georgette and
Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs 50c quality,
to go at , 39c
One lot of Box Handkerchiefs, 3 in box,
beautiful quality, 50c values, per box-.3pc
Other Wonderful Values in Box Handkerchiefs, put up in
boxes for Christmas, 1 9c, 29c, 45c, 59c, 69c-worth double
Millinery at Half Price
Cumberland Phone 806 Home Phone 448
This Store Will Be Open Every
Come to Our Store and
BIG CUT-PRICE SALE
If it comes
i Offering You Reductions on Everything in ,
Our store at money saving Prices.
We have wonderful selections of Christmas
Presents that will please any man, young man
Do your Christmas Shopping to-day we.
will be glad to dettver or lay aside any present
you may select.
TRADE AT HOME
R. P. WALS
Main and 7th The Gift Store
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