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"They say she has a gift of song.
3But father cannot see it
"In that light each lesson costs
"IThe poor old man a V.
We are going to suggest a "Go-to--the-Devil
Week" for all those fel
lows who are continually starting a
Suspicion is a blighting thing.
"If you mistrust a man you do not
- set from him all that he might
.give you; and worse than that, if
ou mistrust him, you do not give
"2iim all you have to give.
Courts in some States have ruled
" tihat an automobile cannot be confis
cated -as a hootch hauler if the
1ooze is carried in the owner's
pockets. Tailors are anticipat
ing busy season building coats
sfor bootleggers, unless the tent
makers take the trade away from
"Have you ever been in Mt. Ster-
ling before?" asked the proprietor
o a boarding house in that city, of
.-a traveling man. "No," snarled the
-traveling salesman, who had not
taken as many orders as he felt his
Importance deserved. "That's the
jreason I am here now."
Miss Stella Jaeger, the balloonist
who electrified Paris people with
r "2ier daring stunts in midair last
-week, is in private life, Mrs. G. C.
Ckambers, her husband being her
" "6usiiies manager and assistant. Just
Tbefore making her ascent it has al-
-ways been her custom o kiss her
'Jausband. It happened at the ascen-
.ssitm on the Murphy lot. last Satur-
slay afternoon, that, in her hurry, J
-.supposing the man next to her was
T Ixer Jiusband, she gave him a hearty
"vkias, 'and was astonished to learn on
-returning that she had kissed Mike
L Murphy by Mistake.
Bills are due. Not only are they
adue the first of every month, or
Qiareabouts, but things bought
'-should be paid for to complete the
&eals equitably. It is very easy for
"Mrs. Shopper to run up a charge ac--tfcount,
and, when her husband re--jceives
a bill or statement at the end
-rX)t the month, he makes a charge
xagainst .his wife's extravagance.
IBilis due come in greater variety
han currency bills come in denom
ination. And it takes a goodly num
ber of both green and yellow backs
-'to settle some of the itemized state
;ments presented for payment. Most
men are of the opinion that women
- xun up more bills than men. But
we think that since the doctors are
-writing "smile" prescriptions, the
-snen are- running-mates with the wo-
aoien in the great bill Derby.
We believe in Paris. Our town is
an optimistic town. We have seen
-tough times and gotten over them,
.so we know we can pull through
-anything that may ever happen. We
" "have learned that nothing can keep
: . town back if all the folks believe
jim. it, and then go out to hustle to
-xsake their belief a realizing thing.
iS -we face each day with confi
dence, knowing that we can whack
-fb& daylights out of any obstacle
etkat confronts us. We won't stand
.'OT'the give-up spirit. The good
tones who made our town didn't
'imtemf to ever get it. We are here
-4m work, build, boost, conquer, and
-we Jatekdi'to fght it out on this
To-day, at the historic old Cane
Ridge church, a memorable scene
will be enacted, when the hundreds
of delegates to the annual conven
tion of the Disciples of Christ, now
in session in Paris, will make a
pilgrimage to this -scene of the la
bors of the pioneer ministers of the
denomination. Here they will visit
the places in which Alexander
Campbell, Barton W. Stone, and
Jiteresting News Items From Bour
bon County's College Town
Mrs. T. R. Drain, of Eminence,
Ky., is the guest of Mrs. A. S. Mil
ler. Mr. A. S. Miller returned Tues
day night from a business trip in
Mr. and Mrs. James Doty have
taken rooms in the home" of Mr. and
Mrs. John Ingels.
Mr. Vess Chanslor, of Lexing
ton, was the guest of his sister, Mrs.
M. E. Pruitt, Tuesday night.
Members of the Eastern Star
will hold a sale of edibles in the va
cant room in the Sandusky building,
on Main street.
The Twentieth Century Club
will meet with Miss Nannie Clark,
Saturday afternoon at her home in
Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Vaught, of
Indianapolis, Ind., are guests of
Mrs. Vaught's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. D. Judy.
FOR SALE A good driving
pony and harness.
MRS. MARY S. BOSTON,
(It) Millersburg, Ky.
Mrs. Vera Hillock, Mrs. Ollie
Felton and Mrs. Ella Nowell, of
Carlisle, were guests of Mrs. C. W.
Quite a number of the congre
kation of the Christian church ex
pect to attend the meeting at Cane
Ridge church, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hunter of Pitts
burg, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hunter, of
Newcastle, Penn., and Miss Pattie
Hunter, of Mason county, are guests
of their sister, Mrs. A. S. Best.
Circle No. 1 of the Auxiliary
of the Presbyterian "church met
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. C.
Ri Jones, Circle No. 2 with Mrs.
Fisher, Circle No. 3 with Mrs. Wal
The ladies of the Christian j The Chapel exercises were con
church will give a reception in the ducted at the regular hour Wednes
church Monday night in honor of day by Mr. I. W. Bush, Paris repre
the students and faculty of the M.jsentative of the Lexington Herald
M. I. and the M. C, who are mem-, Mr. Bush made a heart-to-heart talk
bers of the church
Mrs. M. Burroughs, Miss Fan
nie Burroughs, Mrs. J. H. Stewart,
Mrs. G. W. Judy, Mrs. O. M. John
son, Mrs. A. S. Miller, were among
those attending the convention at
the Christian church in Paris Tues
day. The Woman's Missionary So
ciety of the Methodist church gave
a reception Monday night in the
church in honor of their pastor,
Rev. Price Smith, Mrs. Smith and j
daughters, faculty and student body
of the Millersburg College, Millers
burg Military Instiute, and Millers
burg Bourbon County High School.
Those in the receiving line were
Mrs. W. A. Butler, president of the
society, Rev. Smith, Mrs. femith.
Dr. C. C. Fisher, Mrs. Fisher, of the
Millersburg College, Col. W. R.
Nelson, Mrs. Nelson, of Millersburg
Military Institute, Prof. J. W. Lan
caster, Mrs. Lancaster, of the Mil
lersburg High School, Miss Hattie
Wood, president ri the Young Peo-I
OLD CANE RIDGE CHURCH, NEAR PARIS, "CRADLE
other noted ministers of their time,
held meetings that became noted far
and wide for their fervor, and for
the influence they afterward had on
the religious life of the community.
Preparations have been made to en
tertain about J.,500 guests, at a din
ner to be served on the historic old
grounds by the ladies of the Paris
Christian church, and the Christian
churches of the county.
pies' Society, and the Misses Smith.
The church was decorated with au
tumn flowers and goldenrod, inter
mingled with soft light of burning
candles, on the chancel just behind
the receiving line ,were placed large
baskets of flowers and golden rod,
bearing tulle of the school colors,
black and red, Millersburg High
School, black and yellow, Millers
burg College, blue and gold, Mil
lersburg Military Institute, and in
the Sunday School room, large bowls
of rappe were placed on flower laden
tables and served the large number
of guests present. Mrs. Beulah
Stein, Director of Voice, of Millers
burg College, sang a selection. The
orchestra of Carlisle, under the di
rection of Miss Alice Grimes, in
structor, of Millersburg, furnished
music throughout the evening.
BOURBON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Prof J. M. McVey was a visitor
Prof. G. I. Barnes, of Frankfort,
paid our school a Tisit Tuesday in
order to inspect the work being done
in the Agricultural Department.
He pronounced the "work in a very
Prof. M. G. Buckler, of the Ken
tucky University, was present at a
meeting of farmers at the ' school
building, Thursday night, where
they affected the organization of
Senior Agricultural Club.
' Through the efforts of the Agri
cultural Department of the Bourbon
County High School, if will be pos
sible for the farmers of Bourbon and
adjoining counties to have a demon
stration in the practical grading of
tobacco. The work consists of twelve
demonstrations. One-half of the
salary of the grader is to be paid by
the U.S. Government, and the other
half by those taking the course.
For particulars see Mr. Carlton Ball
president of the Senior Agricultural
to the boys and girls along the lines
of education, leaving with all some
helpful thoughts to carry back to
the' school room. The following
visitors were present:' Mesdames.
iR. C. Bonar, Henry Boling, Clara
Dabney, Howard Thompson, -Pearl
Hill, Miss Carrie Peed, Messrs. M.
E. Pruitt and I. W. Bush.
Miss Lydia Wallace, of Lexing
ton, and Mr. R. B. Horine, of Nich
olasville, visited Prof, and Mrs.
Russell Hunt, Sunday.
Mr. Willard Lawrence, of Paris,
visited his sister, Mrs. J. W. Lan
Chapel 'exercises for next week
will be conducted by Mr. Harold
Harris, Secretary of the Paris Com
mercial Club.- The public is cordi
ally invited to hear him. These ex
ercises are conducted every Wednes
day at 10:30 o'clock in the gymna
sium. The nickel cigar is here yet, but)
hay fever has gone.
The old church, which has been
weatherboarded and modernized,
was originally a log structure, with
roof made of clapboards, the floor of
puncheon slabs, and the, cracks be
tween the logs filled with clay and
mortar. There was no fireplace and
the congregations of old, doubtless
shivered many a time with cold.
The whole country around was a
vast wilderness, with a thick
TURNPIKE WORK PROGRESSING
The Bourbon County Road Com
mission is making rapid progress
on road work throughout the
county, especially on the construc
tion of the unfinished portion of the
"Maysville pike just south of Paris,
under contract with the State High
way Department. It is expected
that the work wil 1 be finished be
Experience is fine. But a man
with a wild son in college should get
BOURBON CIRCUIT COURT
f Nathan H. Bayless' Devisees, . .
Vs. Notice of Sale.
Mrs. George Waite, Etc . Defendants
Under and by virtue of a judg
ment and order of sale, rendered at
the June term, 1922, of the Bourbon
Circuit Court, in the above styled
action therein pending, the under
signed Master Commissioner, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1922,
at about the hour of 11 o'clock a.
m., at the front door of the Court
House in Paris, Kentucky, will sell
at public auction 'to the highest and
best bidder, the following described
Beginning in the middle of the
Hume and Bedford turnpike at O,
and to corner to No. 3, and run
ning therefrom with the middle
of said turnpike N 84 3-4 W 52.88
poles to B; thence S 48 3-4 W
71.52 poles to C, a corner to Jas.
Ferguson; thence S 5 1-2 W 12.08
poles to D, stone corner to same;
thence N 86 1-4 E 23.60 Doles to
E, a stone corner to same; thence j
S 9 3-4 E 56.24 poles to F, a stone
corner to same; thence N 87 W
4.12 poles to G, a stone corner to j
same; thence S 4 W 95.32 poles i
to H, a stone corner to same in
Wright's line; thence with
Wright's line S 84 1-2 E 70.76
poles to P, a stake corner to No.
3; thence with line of No. 3 N 4
E 210.40 poles to the beginning
and containing 98.25 acres.
Said sale will be made upon
credits of six and twelve months,
the purchaser or purchasers being
required to execute their two bonds
for equal parts of the purchase
money, each due six and twelve
months from date of sale respective
ly and bearing interest at the rate
of six per cent (6) per annum,
from date of sale until paid, said
bonds to haTe the force and effect
Said sale is made for the purpose
of a division among the parties in
interest, the widow having consent
ed to accept the cash value of her
dower in lieu of an allotment in
- O. T. HINTON,
Master Commissioner, -B. C. C.
OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH"
canebrake (from whence the name
Cane Ridge) covering the ground up
to the church enclosure itself.
On this historic spot, where years
ago the eloquent vioces of the rug
ged pioneers of the wJLlderness gave
to the settlers the magic words of
Christianity, their later-day des
cendants and members of the church
from all parts of the State will
Rhode Island Red pullets and
Sussex cockerells. Call Cumber
land Phone 253.
MRS. OLLIE C. HEDGES,
Route 8, Paris, Ky.
Nice hand-made cedar box; one
good oak rocking chair, with leath
er bottom. Can be seen at my rooms
on Seventh street.
(26-29) WM. WHITE.
Milk, Cream, Butter and Butter
milk. Call Cumberland Phone 965.
(26-29 MRS. R. L. WDLSON.
SALE 0FBANK STOCK
Pursuant to an order of sale made
and entered in the Bourbon Circuit
Court at the June term, 1922, as
administrator of C. J. Lancaster, I
will sell to the highest and best
bidder, at the Court House door, in
Paris, Kentucky, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1922,
at about the hour of eleven o'clock
o'clock a. m., two shares of the
capital stock of the Farmers and
Traders Bank, of Paris, Kentucky.
Said sale will be made for cash
or upon a credit of three months,
for which the purchaser will be re
quired to execute bond with good
and approved security, payable to
the undersigned as administrator of
C. J. Lancaster, and bearing inter
est at six per cent, per annum from
day of sale until paid.
(Signed) FRANK M. BURTON,
As Administrator of C. J. Lancaster.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th
2 P. M. SHARP
As agents for the undersigned owner, we will sell at auction the
one-story, six-room frame bungalow situated at 1023 Vine Street near
the L. & N. passenger depot.
The property is newly painted and papered, and is in good condi
Large lot, shade trees, good garden, and a splendid cistern in the
rear, are some of the improvements. It is convenient to school and
churches, and would make someone in the market for a place of this
character a good buy.
For s information, apply to
gather in a communion of spirits
and a devotional program, com
memorating the most important, day
of the meeting. Addresses appro
priate to the day and the occasion
will be delivered by noted ministers
of the Christian church, and the day
will go into history as one of the
most memorable of a memorable
A. P. ADAIR & SON
Are now selling both sexes, all
ages, from their pure-bred, at farm
er's prices. Call early and get
Paris, Ky., Route 6, Box 69, Home
Phone, Shawhan Exchange., No.
On October 2, 1922,
at about 11 o'clocK,at the front
door of the Court House, in Paris,
Kentucky, the undersigned Master
Commissioner will sell publicly the
Nathan Bayless farm, situated in
Bourbon County, on the Hume and
Bedford pike, about three miles
from Paris and about two miles
from the interurban line. This farm
contains 98 & acres, and has the
following improvements: One four
room cottage, with good cistern at
door; one three-room tenant house;
one six-acre tobacco barn; one
stock barn, all in first-class condi
tion. The farm is well fenced and
well watered. The land is in a
high state of cultivation, six acres
sown in rye, the balance in blue
grass and clover.
Anyone interested may look over
the farm and all the improve
ments at any time before the sale.
Mr. Nathan Bayless. actine- as
agent for the Bayless heirs, will be
glad to show anyone interested
over the farm, and improvements
any time before the sale.
O. T.. HINTON.
Master Commisioner Bourbon Circuit
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