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FRIDAY, APRIL 28, -1922
THEV BOURBON; NEWS; PARIS, KENTUCKY
"GIFTS THAT LAST"
EXTRA FANCY STRAWBERRIES
FOR TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW,
AT 29 CENTS.
SELLS RADIO WIRELESS SETS
The Blue Grass Electric Co. re- Miss Leona Palmer has return
ports the sale of a complete wireless ed'to her home in Owingsville, after
radio set to Mr. "Will Burris, of Lit-. a visit t6 Paris friends and relatives,
tie Rock, which was installed yes- Mrs. Lizzie Hodge, of Vader,
terday. Washington, is a guest of Mrs. E. Z.
HAS ARM BROKEN
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While playing on a truck at his
home in East Paris, Wm. Kimbrell, J
aged eight, son of J. W. Kimbrell,
fell to the ground, breaking the large j
bone in one arm. He was given med
ical attention, and the Injured mem
Everybody wants to know about and friends in Lexington.
Certo. If you don't know, come to j Mrs. Norman Hill, of Cincin
our demonstration Saturday, April 'nati, will be the guest of Miss Kate
f 29, Monday, May 1, and Tuesday,
May .2. Don't buy if you don't want;
to, but you'll want to know.
C. P. COOK & CO.
TO YOUR BEST INTEREST
Remember we repair all makes df
batteries at a Golden Rule price, and
guaranatee our work. Water and
. BOURBON BATTERY STATION,
' RICE & HART,' Props.
"No. 4 Broadway. Cumb. Phone 851.
COME TO THE BLUE GRASS
ELECTRIC CO. MOST ANY EVEN
ING AND HEAR MUSIC PROM
PITTSBURG, NEW YORK, CINCIN
NATI AND OTHER PLACES,
WHICH WE GET EROM OUR
WIRELESS SET. WE HAVE
THESE SETS FOR SALE AND CAN
INSTALL ONE AT YOUR HOME.
THE PRICE IS REASONABLE AND
THE PLEASURE 'YOU GET IS
MORE THAN WORTH THE COST.
STRAYE5 PROM NORMALCY
Commenting on the case of Ern
est Smart, of Paris, who went "loco"
on the subject of radio, the Carlisle
"The Paris darky, who was com
mitted to the asylum, because the
radio bug' had interefered with his
processes of ratiocination, now
claims he has been in communica
tion with President Harding and
William Jennings Bryan on m'atters
of national importance. No wonder
the poor boy has strayed so far
away from normalcy."
Robert P. Walsh, Paris clothier,
sold this week to the Exchange Bank
of Mt. Sterling, the building at the
corner of Main and Maysville streets,
in Mt. Sterling, now occupied by the
Walsh Clothing Co., for approxi
mately $17,000. Possession will be
given by August 1. The building
will be remodeled into one of the
most up-to-date banking plants in
BOURBON WOMAN'S RELATIVES
INJURED IN STORM
Mrs. Ruth Myers, of Paris, re
ceived a letter from her cousin, in
Brook, 111., telling of a disastrous
storm and flood which swept over
that section of the State, taking a
large4 death toll.
Among those killed were Mrs. A.
R. Dillon, an aunt of Mrs. Myers,
and her daughter. The latter's
body was found a mile from her
home, where it had been carried by
the swollen waters.
The son underwent a harrowing
experience. He was n.t. a. Jhnnsp a
short distance from his home and saw j lace mats had for a centerpiece a sil
the house being carried away by the' ver bowl of roses.-The places at
flood with his father, mother and'the table were marked witn minia
sister clineins- tn th rnnf Tio hairxr ture wedding bouquets of valley 111-
powerless to help them. The father,
Mr. A. R. Dillon, was badly injured, i
and may not survive.
NEWS OF THE COURTS
Mrs. Ruth TJtterback, an aged and Mrs. Henry T. Judy,
woman of the- Little Rock precinct, Mrs. Louis Rogers was host
was brought into the County Court, Saturday afternoon to a lovely tea
and given a hearing before Judge in honor of her x charming house
George Batterton on a charge of be- guests, Mrs. E. H. Dorian, of Mem
ing of unsound mind. Mrs. Utter- phis, Tenn., Miss Letitia Magoffin, of
back had for some time previous St. Paul, Minn., and the lovely bride
been a patient in one of the Lexing- elect, Miss Margaret Ferguson. The
ton hospitals. She was adjudged to home was lovely in its decorations
4be of unsound mind, and ordered of spring flowers, tulips being the
sent to the Eestern Kentucky Hos- predominating flower. They grace
Pital for thevlnsane, at Lexington, fully decorated the diningtable over
I. D. Thompson, Sr., of Paris, who which the lovely young niece of the
was arrested on a charge of assault host, Mrs. Bryan McMurtry, of Cyn
with intent to kill, following a re- thiana, a bride of only a few months,
cent sensational happening in this presided, assisted by the beautiful
city, was given a hearing in the Mrs. Charles Miles McKinlay, of
County Court before Judge Batter- New York. Those ' who .received
ton. Mr. Thompson entered a plea with Mrs. Rogers were: Miss Per
of not guilty, and waived formal ex- guson, Miss Magoffin, Mrs. .E. ff.
amination. He vu aeld to Dorian and Mrs. JTS. Roberts. vAs-the-
Circuit Court in the jum of $2,- sistinr in entertaining were:' Mrs.
500, which he faraiaHad and was r- O. W. Inglaa. Mrs. Henry T. Judy,
laaseiy&tai .M4rT " '-Mra. "Wttm wC MCTAHea, Hw, Willi t
Comings and Goings of Some
Know and Others Yon
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Miss Cornelia Stone visited her
sister, Miss Hadley Stone, in Ver
sailles this week.
1 Mrs. Percy Reed and Mrs. Clyde
i Keller were guests of friends in
S Lexington, Tuesday.
Miss Katherine Adams, of Cin-
jcinnati, is visiting her cousin, Miss
Alline Sauer, on Mt. Airy avenue.
Lee and familv. at
u " i-aiuny, a.t oevenin ana
I Main streets.
Mrs. John A. Lyle and Miss
Katie Holladay left' yesterday for a
sojourn at Miwogco Sanitarium, near
- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McGrath
. have returned to Harrodsburg, after
a visit to their daughter. Mrs, L.
T. Lilleston, in this city.
-"""" Mrs. Thomas A. Higgins, of
"Seventh street, is visiting the Mc
Laughlin family and-other relatives
Alexander for the Ferguson-Kogers
wedding to-morrow evening.
Mrs. Harry Meade has returned
to her home in Chicago, after a visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lunce
ford Talbott, of Eighth street. -
Mrs. Emile Adams, Miss Kather
ine Adams, Charles. Adams and Mr.
Julian Gerrymann, of Cincinnati,
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Sauer.
Miss Nell Whaley has returned
to her home' in Atlanta, Georgia,
after a visit to her sister, Miss Het
tie Whaley, who has been ill for
several weeks, but is now somewhat
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Eaton,
of Covington, Mr. Green Finlay and
his fiancee, Miss Anderson, of Cin
cinnati, will arrive - to-morrow to
be guests of the -Misses Holliday, and
Mrs. Charles G. Daugherty for the
races at Lexington. They will spend
the week-end at Shakertown.
"The Opening Dance" 'will be
given at the Stuart & O'Brien ware
house, on the night of Friday, April
28. The hours will be from 9:30 to
3:30. The committee in charge is
Ralph Connell, Herman Tully and
Farris Adams. The dance will be a
subscription affair, and will be per
Eld. Carey E. Morgan, former
pastor of the Paris Christian
church, now pastor of the Tine
street Christian church, in Nash
ville, Tenn., writes THE NEWS as
follows: "I have read about -Mr.
Champ's illness; and want you to
know I am thinking about him with
old time good will. I do hope he is
greatly improved by this time, and
that he will soon be entirely well.
We are having a wonderful harvest
in the church here. More than one
hundred people have come into the
church at the regular services in the
last six or seven weeks. I am send
ing my best wishes, and ask to be
remembered to all Paris friends.'
Mr. Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres,
Washington society correspondent of
the Courier-Journal, 'writing of the
recent meeting of the National Con
gress of the D. A. R., held in Wash
ington, has this interesting note:
"Mrs. John D. Carroll, of Frank
fort, is one of the handsomest dele
gates. Mrs. Cassius Clay, of Paris,
and, her sister, Mrs. James Stone,
are pillars of the brilliant delega
tion. One of the particularly young
and pretty chapter regents here is
Mrs. Henry Coleman, of Harrods
burg, formerly Miss Anita Moore, re
gent of the famous Jane McAfee
Chapter to which Mrs. Champ Clark
" Mrs. Charles G. Daugherty
gave a luncheon Wednesday at her
attractive home on Pleasant street.
It was a very charming affair, and
was given in compliment to the
bride-elect, Miss Margaret Fergu
son, whose marriage to Mr. Harvey
Alfen Rogers will be the sociaT event
of the week. The house was fra-
with spring flowers. The
luncheon table, with its exquisite
A delicious course luncheon
was served the following 'guests:
Miss Margaret Ferguson, Miss Leti
tia Magoffin, Mrs. Charles Miles &c
Kinlay, Mrs. ivilliam A. .Clarke,
Mrs. James W. Thompson, Mrs. Vir
gil Chapman, Mrs. Edward Spears
A. Clarke, Mrs. J. M. Alverson, Miss
Purnell and Miss Allen.
Mrs. G. W. iConrad, of Paris, is
visiting Flemingsburg friends and
Mrs. Walter Gibson and little
daughter have returned from a visit
to relatives in Tennessee.
Mrs. Laura Wiggins, of Paris, is
visiting -her daughter, Mrs. Overton
Harber, and fmily, in Richmond.
Mrs. Albert Plummer, of Paris,
attended the funeral and burial of
Miss Hazel Carpenter, at Flemings
Mrs Fannie Burris has returned
to her home in this city after a visit
to her brother, S. W. Mathers, in
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lail and
cniiuren uS,7S rstUed to their
home in Cynthiana after a yisit to
Oscar T. Holliday, of Shreve
port, La., is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Judy and Miss Car
rie Holliday, in this city. - -
Mrs. Anna S. Lee-has returned
to her home in Winchester after an
extended visit to friends and rela
tives in this city and county.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hollar and
children have returned to their home
in this city, after a visit to Mr, and
Mrs. French Owens, in Winchester.
Miss Ellen Taylor 'Alexander,
who has been conducting the school
at Clintonville, has returned to her
home in Carlisle, the school having
closed for the season,
J. T. Redmon, of near Paris, is
recovering from the effects of an in
jury sustained when a tractor he
was cranking, backfired, resulting in
a strained tendon for him.
--William Hollar, of Youngstown,
Ohio, was taken suddenly ill while
visiting his niece, Mrs. C. P. 'Will-
mot, on Cypress street. He was re
moved to the Massie Memorial Hos
pital, where he was reported yester
day" as being slightly improved.
At the last meeting of the
Bourbon County Garden Club the
first ribbon for the finest collection
of tulips was awarded to Mrs. B. M.'
Renick. and the second ribbon for
the best combination to Mrs. F. W.
(Other Personals on Page 3)
POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK
AT LOCAL OFFICE
' 'TO THE P TJBLIC: Give your
mail the attention that you expect
it to receive from us.
Demand the promptness of handl
ing from your own employes that
you demand of the postal employes
after your letter is mailed.
Let us have your compliments. We
are as anxious to give service as
you are to receive it.
Help us to improve! HOW, X
Address clearly, pack carefully,
mail early, criticize constructively,
mail the letters carefully addressed.
The postoffice will do the rest.
J. WALTER PAYNE, P. M.
Introductory Special Sale
Hand Made Blouses
Featuring exceptional values in
xarely fine examples of Hand
By special arrangement with the
makers of Fleur-de-Lis Blouses,-we
present these exceptional and extra
ordinary offerings in the new crea
tions for Summer Blouses of smart
and exclusive design richly trimmed
in fine, laces, permeated with that
rare distinction and "beauty to he
found only in the Blouse in which
"every stitch is made by hand."
The models are individual the
values really remarkable the quan
$5.00 to $9.75
We Suggest an Immediate Choice.
FRANK & CO.
J. D. McCUintock Plaintiff
Vs. Notice of Sale.
Turner & Clayton .
Under and by virtue of a Distress
Warrant which issued from the
Bourbon Quarterly Court in favor of
J. D. McClintock, against Turner &
Clayton, I will expose to sale to the
highest bidder' on
SATUEDAY, MAY 6, 1922,
on the premises, at No. 324 Main
Street, Paris, Ky., the stocks of Gro
ceries and Fixtures now in said
The fixtures consist of one Iron
Saf3, Computing Scales, meat Cut
ter, Show Cases, Counters Etc.
Terms, Cash, or 3 months, with
teiy Show Cases, Counjters, Etc
M. PEALB COLLIER, ,
Sheriff of Boarbott- County;
WE KNOW THE WAR
which means that we are supplying
, boys with Suits, Shoes, Shirts, Hats,
"Clothing at lowest prices.
Biggest Stock of
you ever saw is here.
Our busy department
The Thrifty buyfrom us and Save the Difference.
Twin Bros Clothing and Shoe Department
619 Main Street
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LIVING ROOM SUITES
In many designs at most reasonable prices.
Let lis serve you.
Have You Heard the New
COLUMBIA RECORD HIT? 7
Buy it now. Columbia Grafonolas are the best Talking Machines.
There are features in the Columbia you get in no other machine.
THE J. T. HINTON CO.
Motor HMTMMofeor InvalM
Better Values in Men's
and Boys' Wear
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WE ARE SHOWING
many men and
Caps and' Work
Men's Suits .
$12.50 to $30.00
$2.45 to $5.00
See our Hat Special this week
75c to $1.50 Suit
95c to $5.00
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