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THE BOURBQN NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
- FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1S22,
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BOURJBON CIRCUIT COURT
Administrator, Etc Plaintiff
Vs. Notice of Sale.
Ella White, Etc'. Defendants
Under and by virtue of a judg-
ment and order of sale rendered at'
the March term, 1922, of the Bour-
lon Circuit Court in the above styl-
ed action therein pending, the un-
dersignea Master Commiasioner will f a7th? " MeiaT Hos
xrn-Kmi jpital. Miss Shumake-married Dr. E.
s MONDAY, MAY 15, 1922, ja. Pacheio, a prominent physician
at about the hour of eleven -o'clock, J of Virginia, and has since resided
a. m., at the front door of the Court I in J7a8hingtin D ,C A . ia
. . x , Numerous inquiries made of Paris
House, m Paris, Kentucky, sell at physicians to the name of the wo
public, outcry to the highest and best,man in the case led to one of their
uiuuer tue ioiiowing aescrioea prop-
A certain small lot of ground
with a two story frame dwell
ing thereon, and meat house,
situated on the S. W. corner of
Fourth and Vimont streets in
the town of Millersburg, Ky.,
fronting 76 feet on Vine street
and running back of equal
width 40 feet 6 inches to prop
erty of colored lodge, and known
, qn the town plat as part of lot
No. 29, and being the same
property conveyed to Richard
and Ella White by Bessie Lee
Johnson by deed of date Octo
ber 14, 1913, and recorded in
,v the office of the Clerk of the
Bourbon County Court in Deed
Book 100, Page 308. The in-
' terest of the said Ella White
having been inherited by the '
Richard White, she having died
intestafe and the said- Richard
WJUte being her sole heir at
"Said sale will be made upon cred
its of six and twelve months, the
purchaser or purchasers being re
quired to execuie their two bonds
VJ1'00 " i U?e"lS
equal parts of the purchase money,
each due six and twelve months f r.om
date of sale respectively and bearing
interest at the rate of six per cent.
(6) per annum from date of sale
f Said sale Is made for the purpose
of settling the estate of Percy White,
0. T. HINTON,
Master Commissioner B. Ck C.
THE ECONOMY STORE
Special For Saturday and Court Day!
EXTRA LARGE BATH
Size 21x42 a 50c Value For
The Economy Store
JACK J. COHAN
Strawberries, per quart r. 30c
Green Beans, pound . . . . 5c
Tomatoes, pound , ....'.' 20c
New Onions, bunch. . r. 05c
Old Onions, pound 1 Oc
Cabbage, pound 05c "
Leaf Lettuce, pound 25c
Head Lettuce, large size 15c
Rhubarb, bunch . : ....... ,1 Oc
Sweet Potatoes, pound , Q5c
Old Potatoes, peck .,?.,,,.,,.,,.,,,,...., ,4Qc
New Potatoes. 4 pounds for 77777. t? 17, .25c
' ArgoRed Salmon -.... .... 30c-
Medium Red Salmon".-. .V7....1.-.1 20c
'Gilt Edge Corn 10c
Elephant Corn 1 5c
Fancy Rice, pound f, 1 Oc
Sugar Loaf Peas, No. 1 size 20c
- Del Monte Sliced Pineapple, No. .1 15c
Del Monte Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 25c
Del Monte Sliced Pineapple, -No. 3 35c
. Del Monte Peaches, No. 1 20c
Del Monte Apricots, No. 1 : 20c
Royal Anne Cherries, No. 1 -. 25c
Gold Bar Asparagus, No. 3 ; . 45c
Del Monte Asparagus, mammoth white 40c
PARIS BAKING CO.
SIMILARITY OF KAHES CAUSES
Similarity of na'mes in the details
of a recent sensational happening in
Paris has caused the friends of a
former papular Paris woman, much
annoyance, in that the names were
exactly alike excepting one letter.
Physicians have informed THE
NEWS that the woman .who figured
in the case
was formerly W'heuvd. ' Every person welcome.!
ad never been a proles- XT . . A
mate, and had
sional nurse, -at least, had not been
such in a local institution. The
similarity of names had led many taternoon at 2-30 o'clock in the
think it was a former well-known. f h church. All members
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eLtLthtStrtf$&4 Rev. P. B. Jones, presiding
justice to the innocent
The big reputation of Tanlac has
been made by doing what other med
icines failed to do. Roche's Drug
BOURBON CIRCUIT COURT
Charles Parker, Etc Plaintiff
Vs. Notice to Present Claims.
Ella White, Etc Defendants
All persons having claims against
the estate of Richard White, deceas
ed, are hereby notified to -present
same, together with such proof as is
required by' law to the undersigned
Master Commissioner at his office in
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jfrust COmpany bUliiiing at .any time
during b'usJnksS ndurs before the
20th day of June, i922.
All claims not presented properly
proven before that date will be
Done pursuant to order of the
Bourbon Circuit Court in the above
styled action therein pending.
O. T. HINTON,
Master Commissioner B. C. C.
NEXT TO PIGGLY WIGGLY
Resume of Events In Religious
Circles For fresent and
Future Dr. Benlamin J .Bush, of Lex
ington, will preach at the Presby
terian church, at the evening ser-
trirxs Hrnidov Rrfbnial rrmsip. will ho
inu murmur tei vice.
The Missionary Circle of the
P.TiTMQHan nhurTi Twill mppt TiiPRrlav
iare urrG(i to be nresent.
Ministers throughout Kentucky
have been asked by Governor Edwin
Morrow, in a "statement issued from
Frankfort, to deal with kindness to
animals in their sermons to be de
livered next Sunday. The day has
been designated as "Humane Sun
day." At the Methodist church next
elder of the Maysville district, will
preach at 10:45 a. m., and at the
close of the sermon will administer
the Lord's Supper. The Quarterly
Conference will be held the follow
ing Wednesday evening. The Sunday
School will meet at 9:30 a. m. and
the Epworth League at 6:45 p. m.
On Sunday evening, April 30,
at 7:30 o'clock the Student Volun
teer Band of Kentucky Wesleyan
College will present a pageant at the
Paris Methodist church. The pag
eant will he produced under au
spices of the Young Peoples Mis
sionary Society of the church. No
admission will be charged, but a
free will offering will be taken.
An all-day meeting was held at
the Baptist church Tuesday by the
members of the Woman's 'Missionary
Society, about one hundred being
present. Business of importance
was transacted. At this meeting
announcement was . made that the
sum of $2,000 had been raiser! from
various sources for this, the third
year, in the pledge made three ytfars
ago by the women of the
who agreed - . ft4 -- uren
,..- . - JH raise $i,500 a--year
?8i: flvQ years as their contribution
tO the -75,000,000 campaign for the
church,, or several years this soci
ety has supported two missionaries
in the foreign fifcld. This year their
girt exceeds tnat of any previous:
' CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES
Services will be held at the
Christian church at the usual hours
morning and evening. Rev. W. E.
Ellis will preach at both services.
The Young Woman's Mission Cir
cle will meet in the church parlors
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. A full
attendance is requested.
Bible School will meet Sunday
morning at 9:30. You are cordially
PAEIS HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Prof. Lee Kirkpatrick, Superin
tendent of the Paris Schools, will
deliver an address in the Chapel of
the Carlisle High School, at 7:3
o'clock, next Tuesday evening, May
2, to the patrons and friends of the
school. The event will be under au
spices of the Parent-Teacher Associ
ation. At the close, light refresh
ments will be served in the penny
lunch room in the basement.
Gilbert Lavin and Miss Alice Mc
Clintock, members of the Senior Class
of the Paris High School, left this
morning for Louisville, where they
will -represent the school in the Bi
fitate Latin Contest, at which about
fifty-five Kentucky and Indiana
High Schools will be represented.
Miss Maiide Asbury, of the High
School faculty, is acting as chaper
one. Miss Ellen Blanding, director
of musc, left this morning for the
same place to take part in the pro
gram of the International Kinder
garten Association, which is being
held there this week.
Miss Connell lectured yesterday
afternoon on home economics at the
schooL as a 'part of the Vocational
Guidance lecture course. On Mon
day, May 1, Prof. P. P. Boyd "will
lecture, using for' his subject,
"Teaching As a Life Work." On
Wednesday, May 3, Prof. E. S. Perry
will lecture to the class on -the sub
ject of "Oil Geology."
The final examinations for the
Paris High School will begin on
Monday, May 29, and will continue
through the week to Friday, June 2.
The Independent Baseball Club of
Paris, known the past season as the
Ruggles team, has reorganized, un
der the management of Arthur
Zornes, and is prepared to accept
playing dates with independent
teams throughout the BluesrraRs.
The team includes a number of well
known players who figured in the I
running last season. I
The, Paris High, School baseball
team and the Ewing High School
team will play a game on Hancock
Field, on the Winchester-pike, this
(Friday) afternoon, at three o'clock.
An admission fee of. 25 cents' and 15
cents will be charged. Both teams
are "on their toes" expecting lively
JIAYE JUST RECEIVED, CAE-I
ICftD SWIFT'S mH GEADE BED!
STEEE BRAND FERTILIZER FOB1
TOBACCO. PBICE LOWEST IHl
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
Secretary Harrison is in receipt of
an announcemenffrom the State Y.
M. C. A. office giving the dates for
the Bourbon county boys and grils
at the camps this season.
The camps for boys include:
The Strawberry Pickers Camps,
one at Bowling Green and one at
Pembroke, which open and close
with the strawberry season.
At Camp Daniel Boone the Bour
bon county boys 'go the third peri
od, July 12-26, and at Camp Mam
moth Cave they go the first period,
July 26 to August 9th.
The Older Boys' Camp will be at
Daniel Boone again this year and
comes August 23-30.
The dates for the girls' confer
ences are as follows :v
.At Camp Daniel Boone, 1st period,
July 26 to August 5, and 2nd peri
od, August 5-16.
At Camp Mammoth Cave, High
School Girls Camp, June 24 to
July 5, Vacation Camp, July 12 to
An unusually fine program of body
building and character "making re
creation is being planned.
Registrations for any of these
camps should be made at the Bour
bon County Y building.
Great interest is being' shown by
the Paris High School athletics in
the invitation track meet to be held
at Paris, May 19th.
All of the football and basket ball
material is coming put to help Paris!
J win the silver loving cup that js be
There are fourteen events on the
program the same events that
are on the Kentucky Interscholastic
program. With favorable weather
exceptionally good records are sure
to be made, The entry list closes
May 15 th.
You get your money's worth when
you buy Tanlac, becaue it produces
results. Roche's Drug Store, (adv)
" FOR RENT '
170 acres grass land, on R. R.
Rogers farm, on Cynthiana pike.
fr H. R. PREWITT, Agent.
(28-2t) Mt. Sterling, Ky.
i Estrayed or Stolen
Jersey heifer, weight about 600 or
700 pounds; little sway backed and
carries head low; hole in right ear;
been gone since" Tuesday, April 18;
Jast seen on the Georgetown pike,
M. L. WOODS,
Home Phone 482,
20,000 Yards Dress Ginghams
Below Regular Prices
Ginghams iiTall the newest patterns, checks,3 blocks, two-tone, combinations of
every conceivable shade and pattern, Also a complete range of solid colors.
Hundreds of pieces to select from.
Good quality Dress Qinghams inv
checks, blocks and 'solids.
The old reliable Toile de North, Bates
and other 25c to 30c grades.
Standard 32-inch Zephyrs. ' About a
hundred patterns to select from.
HEW HOUSE 101 STALE
NEW 7-B00M HOUSE COM
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TEIC LIGHTS,, LOCATED ON
NOETH CLIFTON AVENUE.
EOUEBON LUMBER CO.
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You-can make one dollar extra profit on every Ben. this
year if you install Delco-Light. Poultrymen in all parts, of
the country are getting more eggs during the winter months
making bigger profits because their laying- pens are
lighted by Delco-Light electricity.
April 24th to 29th
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EVER SHOWN IN PARIS
A special to close out 50c and 59c
grades in checks and plaids
Finest domestic and imported French
Ginghams. Checks, plaids, blocks
and the prettiest'shades in solids.
75c and 85c highest grades French, in
dainty checks and pretty solid colors.
Somewhere in Paris, from rear of
automobile on the evening of Wed
nesday, April 26, a 36x4 tire.
Finder please return to THE NEWS
ofQce and receive reward.
Local Ticket Agent L. & N.
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is made in 25 styles and
sizes a size for every
need. All models have
the famous four-cycle, air--cooled,
only one place to
oil. Over 140,000 satis
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