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PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR.
VOLUME XLII
PARI&, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, W22
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HARRISON RESIGNS AS Y. M. C.
A SECRETARY
Mr. C. B. Harrison, secretary of
the Bourbon County Y. M. C.NA., has
tendered his resignation to the offi
cial Board of the institution, to
take effect upon appointment of his
successor. Mr. Harrison will go to
Newcastle, Indiana, where he will
reenter the field as secretary of the
y. M. C. A.
Mr. Harrison came to Paris from
Camp Taplor about four years ago.
during which time he has most ac
cetably filled the position of general
secretary5 of the Y. M. C. A. He has
introduced many novel and attract
ive features, and his general aim
was to bring about better' conditions
wherever he saw need for it. He
encouraged athletics, the Boy
Scouts movement, the organization
of a boys' band and many other
features that brought the .local Y.
M. C. A. up into the front ranks.
He will leave Paris with the best
wishes of all, especially the newspa
per men, to whom he was ever cour
teous and accommodating. His suc
cessor is to be chosen at a special
meeting of the official Board, to be
held soon, and heres hoping the
next one will be asH good as the
retiring secretary.
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ALLEGE MOONSHINER AR
RESTED At the present rate the question
will soon have to be asked by Bour
"bon county farmers of prospective
tenants, "Do -you propose to have a
moonshine still on the premises?"
Armed with a search warrant
Sheriff M. Peale Collier and Deputy
Sheriff James Gibson, Tuesday af
ternoon, went to the farm of Warren
Rogers, on the Cane Ridge pike,
"near Paris, and arrested a colored
man named Al Summers, who lived
on the farm. After making a
search of the place the officers dis
covered a complete moonshine still,
made of a large can with coils and
about one and a" half-gallons of
mash, which they confiscated and
brought to town with their prisoner.
Summers was placed under $500
bond for his appearance before
Judge George Batterton for trial.
PARCEL POST SALE
The Sunshine Circle of the Pres
byterian church, will have a "Par
cel Post Sale" in lobby of the Alamo
Theatre, ut ten o'clock to-morrow
(Saturday) morning. Miss Lucy
Colville will be in charge. Nothing
sold over twenty-five cents.
"THE PRIDE OF PARIS"
THE UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND
FOR BROWN HAS CREATED A
SCARCITY, v IN WOOL AND - SILK
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THE LEADER ALWAYS CATERS
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BROWN
SILK AND WOOL
FALL DRESSES
MUFFIN AND TIFFIN
DARK BR6WN AND FAWN SHADES
JUNIOR GIRLIE MISSES
WOMEN-AND STOUT SIZES
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PARIS, -KENTUCKY .
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Richmond will be hos,'t . to the
grand lodge of Odd Fellows of Ken
tucky, October 9 ,and 10. The pro
gram follows: ,- , v ,
Monday, October .9, 7:30, p. m,7
Regular meeting ,6f Madison Lodge
I. 0. O. F., at wljich the grand
lodge officers and past grand, offi
cers will confer the" M&ttMT 'degree.
Grand Lodge officers are, JBM.B., Jan
uary, of Paris, grand master; J. C.
Helburn, of Eminence, deputy
grand master; James Benton of
Somerset, grand warden;. R. G. El
liott, of Lexington, grand secretary;
B. J. Durham, of Danville, grand
treasurer; Beckham Overstreet, of
Louisville, grand representative; J.
Whitt Potter, of Bowling Green,
grand representative. r
Tuesday, October 10, 8:45 a. m.
March from I. O. O. F. headquar
ters to First Christian church by
I. O. O. F. boys' band.
9 a. m. At First Christian
church, invocation by Dr. Homer W.
Carpenter; address ofv welcome by
Mayor William O'Nell of Richmond;
response by G. L. Breil, P. G. M. of
Kentucky; address on behalf of
Madison Lodge No. 14 by C. C. Wal
lace, of Richmond; address on be
half of Madison county by Judge
W. R. Shackleford, of Richmond.
Benediction by the Rev. W. O. Sad
ler, of the Methodist church.
10:30 a. m. Odd Fellows assem
ble at armory for business of the
Grand Lodge, including election of
officers.
7:30 p. m. Entertainment by- the
Odd, -Fellows and Rebekahs at First
Methodist Qhurch, South, by boys'
band and girls' orchestra, to which
only Odd Fellows and their families
will be admitted owing to lack of
room. '
PUBLIC SALE OCT. 12.
W. M. Ballard home; six rooms;
Sixteenth street; public sale by
Harris, Speakes & Harris, Thursday,
October 12, 2:00 p. m. See adver
tisement.' (6-10)
ATTA, BOY! THANKS, JIM!
(Cynthiana Democrat)
Editor Warren Fisher is having
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fun with Paris about the condition
of some of its streets, and Paris is
inclined to ask what business it is
of Carlisle. That's the way. Bour
bon is not willing to take advice
from Nicholas, which on a bond is
sue of $100,000 succeeded in build
ing six miles of turnpike.
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REV. GREER FLAYS SUNDAY
AMUSEMENTS - ? '
Charges that prfze fights promot- .
ed by former saloon keepers of Cin-
cinnati are weekly attractions at' the
barracks at Fort Thomas'were made j
by Rev. C. H. Greer, of 'Fort ThomasT.
former pastor of the Paris Methodist i
uuuruu, yresiaing eiaer or ine uov- j
ington district of the. Methodist
church and member of the execu
tive committee of the State Sunday
School Association, in an address at
the opening session of the conven
tion Tuesday afternoon in Winches
ter. Rev. .Mr. Greer spoke iff the place
of Rev. Olin D. Green, who was un -
LhiP tn ho WOODnt foli. fha Qom0
subject assigned to Mr. Green, "First
the Kingdom of GBd."
"The Kingdom of God is composed
of those wlib are loyal, obedient sub
jects of God," he said. "Multitudes
now manufacture gods to suit them-
OfliVflO "K11- -fTliir -rvr1-rt Vrt- rrAc t
n.irn,i, fn , rtom -iwrv!eam back t0 the old tie with ris.
Heavely Father is a God of great
proportions, and we are under His
hand.
"You Central Kentucky
Sunday
school folks are up against-a par-k,
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ticular problem in violation of the
Sabbath by Sunday base ball and in
gambling on base ball games. Every
law is a blue law to the man who
wants to violate it. The same God
who said, 'Thou shalt not kill,
'Thou shalt not steal,' and 'Thou
shalt not commit adultery,' wrote on
the same tablet, with the same
finger, on the same mountain to be
delivered by the same man,. 'Thou
"Shalt remember the Sabbath day to
keep it holy.' He who wantonly
violates one will violate the others
if retraints of public sentiment are
withdrawn. I have confidence only
in people' who regard God because
he is God."
PARIS CITY SCHOOL NOTES
Special attention of Bourbon
county teachers is called to the ex
tensive courses given in Paris this
year by the University of Kentucky.
The Bourbon county teachers are
to meet at the court house at 10:00
o'clock and I shall be glad if you
will consider at that time the ex
tensive courses offered by the Uni
versity. Prof. B. F. Farquhar will give a
course in the English Bible on
urday morning at 10 o'clock. This
course will meet every Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock throughout
the year and will car4ry six" Univer
city credits.
Dr. P. K. Holmes, of the Univer
sity of Kentucky, will give & course
in Hygiene and Health Education.
This course will meet at 8:30
o'clock every Saturday morning
throughout the year, and will carry
four University credits. This course
is required of every person who is
graduated from the University of
Kentucky. It is a lecture course
and requires very little outside
study. -' r
Dr. James Edward Tuthill will
give his famous course in American
History Tuesday afternoons at 2:30
o'clock. This is considered the out
standing history course at the Uni
versity. These courses are all' glveii at Jth"e
Paris -High Schools and , they' are
given t-with the interest and
with the .hope of larger and better
"educational opportunities -for the
entire county of Bourbon. Iiv other
words; almost a University educa
tion i offered, in. Paris.
If you are interested in any of
these course ' we , cordially" invite
you. to come. If people ouft in othe
county are not interested and do not
expect to attencTany of them the
lecture hours will likely be changed
to Weekly afternoons.
I shall appreciate it if you will
let me know after your meeting at
the court house Saturday how many
of you expect to attend these courses
, in order that we may arrange the
aours. xi you want 10 enter jrroi.
Farquhar's class I shall be glad if
you will come Saturday, October 7,
as soon after 10 o'clock as possible.
LEE KIRKPATRICK,
Superintendent of Paris City Schools.
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' COMMUNITY SERVICE MEETS
An open session of the Paris Com
munity Service organization will be
held to-night at the Bourbon Coun
ty Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. Miss
Grace Cruickshank, director of the
playground ' work here during the
summer, will come from Lexington
to give her report. The writer pro
gram will begin with this meeting.
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NEW INCORPORATIONS
Articles of incorporation were
filed in the office of the Secretary
of State at Frankfort, Tuesday, by
tbje Bourbon Building and Loan
Association, of Paris, capitalized at
$50,0,000.1 The incorporators were:
H. jA. Powerj- E. B. January, D. Y.
L. Farley, Houston Rion, J T
Tucker, Junes J-paugherty, "Roy JF.
ClendeninVill S. Arnsparger- .and
George 'Batterton, all otiFttJg&t
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'5' Winchester 7. 4
niana 12, Maysville 3,
(t ,. sterlmS 9, Lexington
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-WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS
Paris 7, Maysville' 5.
Cynthiana 1, Mt. Sterling 2.
Paris and Mr. Sterling will play
at League Park, in Paris this (Fri
day afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock. If
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l?aris becomes the undisputed win-
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uv,um,cmcm, ouuuiu urmg out a Dig
crowd this afternoon.
Losing to Mt. Sterling in- the
game at Mt. Sterling, Wednesday
afternoon brought the Cynthiana
Ferrell had the better of the pitch
er s duel in the game. The final
score stood 2 to 1. Ferrell fanned
out sixteen batters. Long pitched a
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ling pitching ace. The batteries
were: For Cynthiana, Long and
Barker; for Mt. Sterling, Ferrell
and Lackey.
Miner's wildness in the first in
ning, walking five batters for two
runs, gave the Paris Mammoths a
lead that the Maysville Cards could
not overcome in the game at Mays
ville Wednesday afternoon. Though
they made ten hits in the final three
innings, the final score tood 7 to 5
in favor of the Paris aggregation.
The contest was a slugging match
from the beginning, eight two-base
hits being registered. The batting
honors went to Winger, of Paris,
and Margerum, of the Maysville
team. Monahan, Winger, Maples
and Resitenburg, of the Paris team,
got two-base hits. The game at one
time took on the appearance -that
that Paris people witnessed here
several days ago, when a near-f rH
cas was precipitated between some
of the players and the umpire. The
batteries were: For Paris, Rum
mage and Macke; for Maysville,
Miner, Boskins and Connely. Time
of game, 2:30; umpire, Weber.
Winchester defeated Paris in a
spectacular game played-' on the
Sat-Uyiuchester grounds Monday, by a
scoi'e of 7 to 6. This was the sec
ond straight victory for Moss, Win
chester's youthful hurler. Practi
cally every man in the Winchester
line-up hit the ball hard, getting a
total of fifteen hits off of Ballou's
delivery. Bell hit a home run, and
Deveraux andfVan Winkle had
three hits each. Thev batteries were:
For Paris, Ballou and Macke: for'
Winchester, Moss and Thoss. Ack
ley umpired.
The only game in the Blue Grass
i League yesterday was played at Mt.
Sterling, when the Essex defeated
the (Cynthiana pennant aspirants
byj the close score of 2 to 1. Tlils
results in' favor of "Paris in the
climb toward pennant honors, plac
ing the Mammoths in the lead.
The Cynthiana .Democrat says:
"Saturday, Parts released Mueller,
pitcher, and-he -joined the Studebak
ers and pitched .against Cynthiana
and won his. game that afternoon.'
Tuesday he rquit.:L4Xingtoh jmd - re
turned to Paris and 'wofr- & -game
from Winchester. -What!s yours ver
dict?" . ' x ' 7
The Giants .pf.,-..t 'National
League wonthe- fist game of-thfr
world's series "Vyednesday afternoon
from the Yankees of. the-American-League
by the score of 3i to 2.'- At
tendance, 35,000
The second game of the world's
championship- between the New
York Giants, an3 the New York
Yankees, was called yesterday on ac
count of darkness, with the score
tied, 3 to 3.
PRICE'S SAUSAGE
We are now receiving daily
Price's fresh pork sausage. It is
fine. Phone us your order.
LOGAN HOWARD.
FOOTBALL NOTES
The Richmond Register says:
"After their" 10 to 0 victory over the
Nicholasville eleven last Saturday
the Dodgers re preparing to take
a trip to Paris, where they hope to
continue their winnings. The game
with the Paris eleven may be played
next Saturday. This local team, for
boys 15 years of age and younger,
made quite a record last year and
hope to continuetheir good work
this season.1'
The Paris High School eleven will
meet the Freshman, team of the
University of Kentucky at "three
o'clock, this (Friday) 'afternoon, on
Hancocfc-Ffeld " "'The same? team-
will nUv- the temV-or thV
Kentucky WfetfeaIf:-, uaOm:, tit
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FREDERICK WAUIS "DOING
THINGS" IN HEW Y0BK . '
Frederick Ai-Wallis, formerly of
Paris, and at present chairman of
the New York State finance commit
tee, is still ' '-'doing things" in the
Empire Stated '
MrvvWallis' latest work is the col
lecting of a Democratic fund for use
in the coming gubernatorial cam
paign and seeing that no corrupt
use is made of the money. He has
declared war in earnest on all fraudt
ulent election practices, and not
withstanding that Deputy Attorney
General Abraham S.Gilber has been
named by Governor Miller to "take
a peep" at the names of thousands
of dead men which are voted yearly,
Chairman Wallis is conducting an
investigation on his own account.
He is rapidly collecting evidence
of the dishonest and incorrect reg
istration lists which are being used,
and plans to submit to the next
legislature bills so framed. as to
guarantee clean elections.
Mr. Wallis also claims to be ac
cumulating evidence to the effect
that the New York Democrats will
redeem the State at the fall election.
His latest reports show that he has
already broken the record in
amount of subscriptions for cam
paign expenses, and he offers this as
testimony of the confidence which
reigns in the party.
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BOYS' PULL-OVER SWEATERS
All-wool, of course, made by
Bradley, $4.50 $5 and $6.50.
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
EIRE PREVENTION WEEK v
This is "Fire PreventioWeek,"
and it is not too late yet to observe
it. Gov. Morrow issued a proclama
tion calling upon the people of Ken
tucky to observe the week, urging
Kentuckians to "join a nationwide 4-
movement of N property inspection,
examination of flues, old storage
rooms, elimination of inflammable
material from garrets, etc., and gen
erally inspect your property that it
may not be a menace to your family
and to the property of your neigh
bor. The proclamation called attention
to the careless use of fire in the
open fields and' woods during the
dry season. The people of Paris
have been circularized and otherwise
urged to clear away all possible
sources of fire, and the people 6t the
county are urged to take the same
precautions.
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Fashions and Fabrics Always
New
Js the aim of the Autumn Suits and how
admirably they succeed is plainly seen in
these new models. Be it simple orelabo
rate, each is stunning in line, in color, in
fabric, in trimming or lack of it. You will
like them all. The prices are interestingly
- moderate. k
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The suit of the Co-operative Eux-r j Pr
ley Tobacco Marketing Association -
against Garrett Watts, of Fayette -.
county which has occasioned' coasii
erable comment among tobacco iaea. '
of Central Kentucky,, will J be; called,
for trial at the November- term, of .
the Bourbon Circuit Court
This suit arose out- of-WattaV;
alleged failure to deliver- seyeiy
thousand pounds oftobaccoj said to,
have been pledged to the Associa
tion. The Association' seeks to re- -coyer
liquidated damages or $3,500,
besides counsel fees amounting to
$1,000.
The papers in the- case were, serv
ed on Mr. Watts by Deputy Sheriff
James Gibson, while- he- was on. anT""
L. & N. train passingthrough Paris,
en route to the Latonia: races the-
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BOURBON 1 0ST AMERICAN IE
GIONT The Bourbon- Post of the Ameri
can Legion is called to meet in the
County Courtroom at 7:30 p.nu
Saturday evening-, October 7. This '
will be a very important meeting of
the Legion. Armistice Day is com
ing, and' plans should' be made for
the fitting celebration of- the ' day.
The Club -rooms are almost ready
for occupancy-and arrangements for
furnishing the rooms should be
made. To avoid conflicting with a
community meeting which is to be
held Friday night and in the hope
of having a full attendance the time
is -changed from Friday to Saturday -night.
"Everybody out." Smokes w.
and fruit on the program.
TRUSTEE APPOINTED
At a meeting of the creditors of
E. M. Wheeler, who recently fileda
petition in bankruptcy held in the
court house Tuesday morning, James i
Clay Ward was appointed trustee in
bankruptcy. Referee A. M. Cox, of
Cynthiana, Referee in Bankruptcy
for this district, was present, at the '
meeting. .
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TEACHERS! MEETING
An informal meeting of the
teachers of Bourbon county will t4
held in the County Court room at
ten -o'clock to-morrow (Saturday)
morning. Business of importance
will be transacted.
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