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THfc BOURBON NEWS, PAWS, KltfTUCKY
DIE MIND THE TIME
LEVY The Dry Cleaner
IS EQUIPPED TO DO THE RIGHT KIND
OF DRY CLEANING
Save Money on a Haosier Kitchen Cabinet
During This Sale of Discontinued Patterns
WHen These Things Happened In
Paris, As Told in THE
DAYS OF AULD LANG SYNE
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1921
GEORGE R. DAVIS
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We Handle All Kinds of
Electrical Novelties i
Electric Washing Machines, Irons, Toasters,
Broilers, Chafiing Dishes, Electroliers, All
Kinds of Bulbs, Etc.
All Sizes and Prices. Gas Logs and Grates
That are Very Practical and Ornamental.
T. W. SPICER
MAIN STREET OPP. COURT HOUSE
Now is the Time to Plant
Get your trees and shrubs established
Meinertz & Harper
TURNER & CLAYTON
HIGH GRADE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
334 Main Street Cumb. Phone 423
PRICES AT OLD TIME LEVELS
Beat Winter To It
Paint This FALL
Don't wait till next Spring. Paint
is most valuable for the protection it
yields. Fall is the time to paint for
protective purposes. Surfaces are
drier and better prepared to take
paint. They need protection most
just before winter attacks them.
Paint to forestall the destruction that
would take place. Come in and let
us figure on the job for you.
We Are Equipped With
FULL STOCKS AGAIN
Attractive Wall Papers at Reduced Prices
CONTRACTING PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS
Smith Main St., Opp. tourton Lumber Co.
Cumberland Phawe 1K7 , Heme Pfiene 3M
(Fifteen Years Ago.)
Both Presbyterian Synods in Ken
tucky are asked to provide $40,000
with which to establish the Ken
tucky College for "Women at Dan
ville. Committee was appointed for
the purpose a year before.
Burley tobacco growers are called
to hold meeting at Winchester for
purpose of effecting mutual interest
organization, and to have all the
growers sell to one buyer.
Ladies Auxiliary of Ancient Or
der of Hibernians organize at Paris,
the degree work being done by teams
from Louisville and Covington. For-ey-two
initiated. Banquet at the
New Fordham Hotel.
Mrs. Harry C- Naylor, formerly
Miss Ida Carter, of Paris, died at
home in Crawfordsville, Indiana, of
heart failure, superinduc ed by a
fall received few days before. Was
daughter of O. P. Carter, Sr., of
Paris. Survived by husband and two
daughters. Funeral at Crawfords
ville. Two new fast trains from Cincin
nati to Atlanta, Ga., put on by the
Louisville & Nashville, passing
State Conference of the D. A. R.
in session here adjourns to meet
next year in Louisville.
J. Hal Woodford sold and deliver
ed to Joe Frakes eighty head of fine
export cattle averaging 1,534
pounds, at $5.30 per hundred.
Mr. Sanford Talbott, of Paris, cel
ebrated his ninety-second birthday.
Was for fifty-seven years member of
Christian church, and a life-long
George Kriener takes traveling
position with largest wholesale shoe
house in the South, King & Gordon,
of Nashville, Tenn.
Miss Maria Tipton returns to du
ties as member of faculty of Morris
Harvey College in West Virginia,
where she is Dean of Women and in
structor in English and Geometery.
Paris people registering com
plaints and kicks over retail prices
of coal, which is selling at $4.25 per
Frank Graff announces removal of
his shoe shop from the J. W. Lan
caster real estate office to the Hin
ton storeroom on Main street, ad
joining Odd Fellows Hall.
Bourbon Lodge No. 23,L O. O. F.,
to celebrate f sixty-first anniversary
Postmaster Louis Earlywine's re
port shows decided increase in pos
tal receipts, being $3,924.42, for the
quarter ending September 30, as
against $2,740.07, for the corres
ponding period of year before. Box
rents decreased' owing to installation
of free mail delivery system.
Skating rink opened in old Chris
tian church building, on Main street,
largely patronized by society.
W. M. Jones sold 206 acre farm
near Shawhan, to Clarence Lebus, of
Cynthlana, for $85 an acre.
Frank Jones and James Macon,
colored, refused license to sell
liquor in Claysville. Matter argued
in County Court, and an appeal
Sim B. Levy, of dLouisville, an
Miss Rose Saloshin, of Paris, marri
ed at home of bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Saloshin, by Rabbi
Goldensen, of Louisville. Leave for
wedding trip to Iowa.
Rev. Sam Jones, noted evangelist
who has been conducting a meet
ing at Oklahoma City, died suddenly
in sleeping car on Rick Island rail
road, near Little Rock, Ark.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Beware! Unless you see the name
"Bayer" on package or on tablets,
you are not getting genuine Aspirin
prescribed by physicians for twenty
one years and proved safe by mil
lions. Take no chances with substitutes.
If you see the Bayer Cross on tab
lets you can take them without
fear for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago and for Pain.
Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets
cost few cents. Druggists also sell
larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticidester of Salicylicacid.
ACCIDENT INSUEANCE STATIS
$44 - liyEjgah
There are only a few of these cabinets left at our special reduced prices. When
they are sold this sale will be over. Act quickly.
This is the first time that it has ever been possible to offer a HOOSIER Cab
inet at a discount. HOOSIERS are always sold at low, fixed prices, established by
the factory, and only the most exceptional circumstances permit our present re
ductions. Included in this sale is a miscellaneous assortment of HOOSIER cabinets in
discontinued patterns on which we have received special permission to reduce
prices; also a few slightly shopworn cabinets, which have been used in our store
for demonstrating purposes. Each is a genuine HOOSIER and backed by the
strong HOOSIER factory guarantee.
If you have been thinking of making your kitchen work easier, be sure to buy
your HOOSIER while this offer prevails. Remember, as soon as the remaining
assortment of discontinued patterns is closed out HOOSIER prices go back to
A. F. WHEELER & CO.
OPP- Court House
CHAS. GREEN, Manager
Business done in Kentucky by life
and accident insurance companies
during last year amounted to $13,-
45d,943, which was premiums on
1,458,315 policies in force at the end
of the year, the aggregate value of
which was $599,500,630. These fig
ures are contained in the fifty-first
annual report of the Kentucky In
At the beginning of the year cov
ered by the report there were 1,
328,568 policies in force, the total
value of which was $513,981,114.
During: the vear 322.095 policies
value of Trtiich was $513,981,114.
During the year 322,095 policies val
ued at S65.fS37.lHR npasprl tn he in
force and 3C2,84'2 policies valued' at
S151.lfifi.R71 wpro written riurm&r
the yr, The companies during, the
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FOR our depositors with
checking accounts, we have
installed this new system of
checks known as theProtectu
System, as an added improved
To combat the numerous
this system enables you to
tear off your check at amount
desired (Tike a money order,
thereby insuring the amount
of check from being raised
should it get lost, or fall into
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If you are considering opening a
checking account, by aU means come
in and see this additional improved
service that we are giving free to
all our customers.
EQUALLY PRACTICAL FOR POCKET.
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PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK
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