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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1121.
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character, standing or reputation of
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-which may appear in the columns
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vffladly corrected if brought to the
Attention of the editor.
-August is sliding along .
-And the frogs go "chunk"
-On the old treetrunk
-And locusts sing a song.
"To his drowsy droning song
"The quail go "cheep."
Jn. the meadow deep
-August is sliding along.
When death has put our toys away
-And called us off to bed,
.And tucked the comfort of the dusk
-About each weary head;
Of all the dreams that come to bless
"""Tha thour of quiet rest,
The memory of the love we gave
"Will surely be the best.
The Paris girl's suitor and the
3?aris girl's father will have to flip
nickels together this winter to de
cide whether Ihe young man will
rpend $5.00 taking the girl to the
lances or the old man spends ?5.00
cheating the parlor for the evening.
There is no money in conducting
va. restaurant since liquor was abol
ished. If you don't believe it the
ipoor proprietor of some of these
places are said to buy canteloupes at
ten. cents each, and sell you a half
portion for only fifty cents, salt and
'And with regard to Harold McCor
anick of Chicago, we rise to say that
irom the presidency-' of the Jnterna-
utionar Harvesters Company to theww
tfitioa of fourthr-husband of ?a Polisfrj
solera cinger is a tired -business
- man's tumble that, mke sensible"
business men tiri!j
The Presides of the United
nStates says he desalwkr on-the1
ntuiion of labor. ;ljf !Npog3the war
oT labor. He deptofeswjtr.- Hein
rites the 777,q4f4h estimation- 0f
acark Twain's 'obwfcyation that ev
ei7hody depfpred bar weather, but
. JfLofeody didanythimg vabout it.
Astronomers are said to be mak
ing elaborate preparations to record.
-ierery phase of the total eclipse of
"the sun on September 11. And a lot
of Democrats are preparing to in
raure another eclipse to be staged in
sthe State of Kentucky on Novem
"$bei 2 between the hours of six a.J. m.
and four p. m.
The first all-woman jury in In
diana which tried a case involving
aa violation of the prohibition laws
k -3xl Jeffersonville, refused to be pho
'ttographed for the press. The pho-
, -sfcographers could not learn whether
-the jurors' powder was not, on
jetraight, or whether they did not
-want to take a chance on going into
!the defendant's scrap book.
School girls at Zebulon, Ky., have
-organized a club to be known as
-"Zebulon Girls," the rules of which
"Require that they shall go barefoot,
wear their hair down and wear only
vk.e dress a week. The club has
"elsht charter members. Attention
j0 lease, Paris flappers!
-IJaer tke caption, "Still An-
the Danville Messenger
fc4 the following: "The Lexington
'JKrld carriers are still goingabout
Ac streets yelling and squalling
tfict normiag and disturbing the
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Football practice will begin Tues
day, September 5th. Hancock Feid
is being put into condition for the
opening of the season. Bleach
ers are being erected to seat
five hundred people. A fence is be
ing put around the playing field to
prevent any one but the players and
officials from entering the playing
public quietude." Well, well, how
could anyone expect to sell news
papers otherwise. Use the radio
Great game in the American As
sociation baseball league Friday,
when Philadelphia and Boston play
ed a 26 to 23 score game. Deputy
Sheriff Jim Gibson said it reminded
him of the old days in Bourbon
county when two teams played at
Ruddles Mills, in a score of 6 to 59,
the game lasting two days.
Repeated attempts have been
made to change the Kentucky law ,
relating to the number of perempto-jT.
ry challenges allowed the defense in
selecting a jury in criminal cases,
but all of these have failed in the
Legislature. Under the present law
the defense is permitted fifteen per-
emptory challenges as against only Mr and Mrs g M AHen and
five allowed the Commonwealth. j daughter.Miss Ruth Allen, have re
The system has been attacked by ( turned f rom a visit witn relatives in
eminent jurists as an obstacle to Stanford.
meteing out justice and an unfair i Rev. Marvin Adams, of Bards
fair advantage for the defendant in town, preached at the Baptist
a criminal prosecution. Move-! church Sunday morning, and also at
ments have been started by law re-
formers to reduce the defense
lenges to ten, or twice the number
allowed the prosecution, but these
enorts nave succeeded m getting no
u - . .
uuliiw tuitu uie uuxoaucuuii oi me
Dins in tne legislature.
Lawyer members of the Legisla-
ture generally are opposed to any
such reform measure and this in a
large measure accounts .for its fail -
lire to make- any- headway in the
lawmaking- body? Ani- element of
oersonal, interest)- entW into the
fritter as theflawyerfsolons most
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nttwi, nractir.e- im tne' nnminni
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fcourts andfhardly cpiUd be brought,
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u tuyuiuvui.-uoxuBjFiu any uiuve-
meni tnat wouiqj nave tne enect or
surrendering any? advantage of a
prospective fclientfjin: a criminal action-.
Law reformers may inveigh
against the present system, but as
iomr as lawverfaTrraVp nn nhmif Q
third of the'-memb'eraihip of the Leg
islature, the' chances are that it may
be some ,time before u defendant will
go to trial in a criminal case with
less than fifteen peremptory chal
lenges at his disposal in picking the
jury to try him.
President and General Manager
James C. Stone received a telegram
from Dr. Samuel H. Halley, mana
ger of storage of the Burley To
bacco Growers' Co-operative Associ
ation, who is a member of the party
of Burley leaders who went to Gall
atin, Tenn., to help sign up the crop
of Summer county to the associa
tion, in which Dr. Halley reported
"a glorious day's work" for the first
day of the drive.
"John Buckley led in' the number
of contracts signed," the telegram
read, "and Charley Cecil, of Dan
ville, was second. Indications are
that we sha11 siSn "P the entire
crop of the country."
Our favorite pest today is the
gink who twists on loudly whisper-
ing to the fellow next to him at the
A frog can live for days, without
'using its lumgs.
PARIS HIGH SCHOOL
lines. Paris High School will have
one of the best football fields in
Kentucky this year. Plenty of
room for parking automobiles with
out obstructing the view from the
grandstand or bleachers. Nearly all
of last year's team will return to
school and many new promising
players will be on hand.
nteresting News Items Prom Bour
bon County's College Town
Misses Edith and Hattie Wood
attended the Germantown Fair, Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jefferson
have returned from the Germantown
Mr. S. C. Bascom has returned
from a visit with relatives in Cin
cinnati. Mrs. Anna Jefferson has return
ed from a visit with friends at Ger
mantown. Mr. S. H. Creighton, of Indian-
apolis, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
I Mrs- O. M. Johnson, has Teturn-
!d from a. v.isit with relatives in
Mr. John Brown, of Atlanta.
Ga., is the guest of his mother, Mrs.
N. "Rrnwrt. and fnmilv.
j the union service held in the Baptist
chal-.cnurcn cunaay evening. .
i Mr w D- Welburn, Jr., preach-
' " Methodist church tahr
U VS X U A. XI -. XIX X TI U1UIX1 11 lO XX, UUUUC 11 L.
Qf K w Q Winchester and is pre
,ng for the ministry.
Mrs. R. H. Alderman, of Sul-
len's College, Florida, Mrs. Lyttleton
Purnell, Mr. and Mrs. F. Collier, of
Paris, were guests Sunday afternoon
, of Miss Eugenia Wadell.
I The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will serve the following
menu to the Bourbon Boosters,
- August 30: Chicken, ham, brown
r6 ,7 7, 2
bread, rolls. sandwiches. dresspri
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eggs, pickles, puddings, icetea
N0TICEI have a lin
NOTICE I have a line of
stamped goods, eibrdidery flosses,
D. Mc C. crochet' cotton and. flosses,!
slipper soles and am prepared to do
all kinds 'of stamping.,
MRS.' ATTA W. YOUNG,
! Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson and
daughters, of Greenup, Ky., were
week-end guests of Mrs. Joe Plum
mer and were among the guests at a
family reunion Friday and Sunday.
Fifty-one guests were present for
the two days.
Rev. W. D. Welburn, pastor of
the Methodist church, and Dr. C. C.
Fisher, of Millersburg College, will
attend the annual Kentucky Confer
ence, which convenes at Harrods
burg, August 30-September 4. Bish
op U. V. W. Darlington, who will
preside, was a former pastor of the
Millersburg Methodist church.
Miss Natalie Shannon and Mr.
William Cash, motored to Jefferson
ville, Ind., Saturday, and were mar
ried. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and, Mrs. Wallace Shannon, was
a graduate of the class of '22 at the
Millersburg High School. The groom
is a young druggist of Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. Cash have returned
from Indiana, and are at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Shannon.
USEES OF ADDING MACHINES
For your convenience we are now
carrying a stock of the best adding
machine rolls and can supply you
with one or a dozen at a time. This
is a fine linen bond paper and abso
lutely lintlesB. . v
THE' BOURBON NEWS.
Eighty-four- thousand new mem
bers were enrolled in
1 Guides last year.
Coach Clay Ward is optimistic j
over the outlook and busy now
every day getting things in order
for the opening. Mr. Ward is one of
the best football men that ever wore
the University of Virginia v uniform,
and the success he had with his
team last year gives assurance of a
great learn this year.
Mrs. Victoria Myers and son are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Myers
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wagoner
have returned from a visit with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Myers
have returned to theinhome in Win
chester from a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
In the game between the new
Spears Mill team and Ruddles Mills,
the former team suffered a defeat
by the score of 14 to 13.
The people of this community
were inexpressibly shocked when the
news reached them of the sudden
death of Mr. Ed.' Mitchell. Mr.
Mitchell was well-known and very
popular with the people of this sec
tion. He was a brother of Mr.
Frank Mitchell. Their sympathy
goes out to the surviving relatives.
CYNTHIANA BOY GETS LIEU
James Edward Rees, of Cynthiana,
recently graduated from the United
States Military Academy at West
Point, has been commissioned a sec-
; ond lieutenant in the infantry and
jnas been directed to report at Jef.
ferson Barracks Missouri at the
of present' ,eave of
' absence for duty with the Fifth In
Second Lieutenant Sherman Gor
don Armes, of Leitcheld, Ky., has
been assigned to the, cavalry and di
rected to report to Fort Bliss, Texas.
JOHN FILSON MAP GIVEN' TO
Mrs. William Woods presented to
the public library of Lawrenceburg
a map of Kentucky when its subdi
visions were the three counties' of
Jefferson, Fayette and Licoln. John
Filson made the map, and inscribes
it to "the honorable Congress of the
United States and to His Excellency,
commander-in-chief of their army."
The principal towns shown are Lex
ington, Harrodsburg and Bardstown.
Other settlements on trails are
HAPPY FAMILY GATHEEING
The Danville Messenger has the
following society note of interest to'
"A very interesting group of la
dies, members of the King family,
at Moreland, paid the Daily Messen
ger a pleasant call. There were six
of the ladies, all sisters, being Mrs.
J. Porter Cox, of Bowling Green,
Ky., Mrs. Zach Elkin, of Mont
gomery, Ala., Mrs. Ada K. Fish
back, of Paris, Ky., Mrs.J. O. Mc
Allister, of Lexington, Ky., Mrs.
Wyatt Montgomery, of Somerset,
Ky., and Mrs. Margaret K. Wilhdite,
of Moreland. They were in Danville
on business and we apperciate their
call at this office. With their two
brothers, Messrs. J. Henry Kiiig and
Thomas King, of Moreland, they
have enjoyed a family reunion the
past week, this being the first time
'in many years all of them had been
together at the same time. The
King family at Moreland are among
the best people in this section of the
State and number their friends by
Women wage workers of -Italy are
said to be better organized than in
any other' country? . ""' '
heUnftedStateav armyr-kas 12,-
822 officers of all grades. " .
Six games will be played at home
Tnis year- Among tne teams mat
will play here this year is tne bt.
Xavier's School, of Louisville, on
October 28 th. The boys are eager
for school to open. Thirty boys the
expected to try for places on the
The playing season will open Sep
tember 15th with Carlisle in Paris.
ADDING MACHINE BOLLS CHEAP
We have In stock for the conven
ience of users of adding machines, a
big stock of paper rolls. These rolls
are made of the best bond paper and
are absolutely free from lint. You
can buy' from one to a case. Let us
have a trial order.
(31-ft) THE BOURBON NEWS.
An upright piano, in good condi
tion. Call Cumb. Phone 1083.
MRS. CLYDE KELLAR,
818 High Street.
DO YOUR TALKING
FOR BEST RESULTS
In order to furnish to the people
of Paris milk of good quality and
hygienically handled, it will be nec
essary, after September 1, 1922, to
charge the following prices, which
are fair and reasonable to the con
sumer and afford only a small profit
to the producer:
Per Quart - 15 cents
Per Pint - - 8 cents
J. L. HORTON,
R. H. PATTERSON,
MRS. RUSSELL RITCHIE,
MRS. EDGAR SOUSLEY,
MRS.' JULIAN FRANK,
MRS. W. M. COOPER,
MRS. J. A. GILKEY,
P. L. BURKE.
Friday, September 1,
AT 2:30 P. M.
As agent for the owners, I will sell
at public auction, the house and lot
at No. i, Sixteenth street. This is
a well builf, substantial house, in
good repair, conaining five rooms,
pantry and bath. It is" well located,
just off of Main street, and will
make a desirable home'. Terms,, one
third cash, one-third in six months
and one-third in twelve months,
deferred payments to bear six per
cent, interest or purchaser may pay
all in cash. This sale shall take ef
fect as of September 1, and -purchas
er must list property for taxation
for the ensuing year, but shall be
(entitled to the rent from said date.
JAMES M O'BRIEN, A&ent.
A Delta Delta Delta sorority sold
crescent pin, with three stars,
whole pearl in each star. Suitable
reward for return to THE NEWS
Two girls to work September 1st
to 9 th. Also one girl. Chance to
work Saturdays when school starts.
Must be; over lfr. Experience not
necessary. Apply to
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Cash Fare. 60c: Ticket Fare, 54c.
Commutation 52 trip monthly book,
$12.00. Tickets, single trip, or in
quantities, date unlimited, sold be
tween all pointa at reduced rates.
KENTUCKY TRACTION & TER
4 WHITE BAEBERS-42 J
Expert and Polite Sexrice
HOT AND COLD BATHS
Btgan Business Jan. 3, 1916
torn P. Kiser, PrtcMaat
B. L. Wtftthtrs, Vice President
Imo. W. Ttrkti. At Cutter
june 30, isn
In TO V '
The Colonial Dame ,
Spun her cloth "
By Candle flame.
In 1860 j ;
In Crinoline bright, ,
She greeted her guests ' '
By Coal Oil light. , , '
And later on,
How time does pass '-.
Her home was fit ,
By flickering Gts. v
But the girl of to-day
Who wants Jier home blight,
Just presses a bnttom
And has Electric light. j
Paris Gat & Electric Ce.
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