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PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1522
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P. H. S. ALUMNI TO HELP IN
The Paris High School Almni
Association is making plans to assist
the school to make a big day out of
Saturday, October 28. On this date
the High School football team will
have as their opponent the St.
Xavier School, of Louisville. This
will undoubtedly prove to be the
most attractive football game play
ed in Central Kentucky this season.
The Alumni Association is taking
great interest in helping to make
this the banner day in the football
history of Paris. It is planned to
have two trucks, one decorated in
St. Xavier colors, another in the
High School colors, an to have
these two trucks bearing the re
spective teams to be at the head of a
big parade over the business section
of Paris, just preceding the game.
Plans are being made to have this a
home-coming day for the city of
Paris. The city school students,
faculty and Alumni Association join
with the officials, the organization
and the citizens, of Paris ininvit
ing all former Parisians to spend
Saturday, October 28, in "Paris.
Every effort will be made to make,
this a pleasant day for you in your
old home town.
BOXES FOR OVERSEAS
The Bourbon County Red .Cross
Chapter has received four hundred
Christmas boxes to be filled for over
seas shipment. This work is being
undertaken through the co-operation
of the Bourbon county schools.
It is expected by the committee in
charge of the packing that all the
boxes will be ready for shipment
before October 25, when they will
Tje at the Bush Terminal, in New
York, ready for shipment abroad,
chiefly to the sufferers in Armenia
and the Far East.
Several - boxes have not yet been
distributed, according to the com
mittee, who ask that anyone1 inter
ested in aiding in the work should
call at the office of the Red Cross
Chapter and secure one.
CROaUET- BALLS IN HEIFER'S
When Geo. B. Gilbert, president of ,
the Beef Club, at Russellville, killed
a two-year-old heifer he found in j
"her stomach a croquet ball and two .
other wooden balls, slightly smaller.
Her stomach was in a healthy con
dition. "THE PRIDE
COATS - COATS
GIRLS AND WOMEN
IN ALL WANTED SHADES
RUM CARAVAN IN PITCHED
As the result of a raid made on a
party of alleged rum-runners near
Perryvflle bridge, in Boyle county,
Wednesday morning, four Paris
boys have been implicated and were
held in bonds of $300 each to appear
Tjefore the Federal grand jury at the
next term of the United States
Court at Lexington. The. four
Paris men were Pete Linville, Ed
gar Crawford; Howard Fightmaster
and Joe Cain. Linville was held at
the Lexington jail with three other
men, giving their names as Ernest
Brady, Virgil R. Morton and Law
rence Howard, all of Covington.
Those released on bond were Ed
gar Crawford, Howard Fightmaster
and Joe Cain, of Paris, and Johnnie
Morris, of Lexington. Their bonds
was fixed at a hearing held in the
office of United States Commissioner
Charles Wiard, in Lexington, Wed
After a pitched battle at the
bridge ovqr the creek at Perryville,
at 2 o'clock Wednesday morning,
prohibition officers captured eight
alleged whisky junners, five automo
biles, 410 gallons .of red whisky,
forty-five gallons of white whisky,
two pump guns, two high-power
rifles and a 45 caliber revolver.
Two men in a car, believed to be
comrades of the persons' arrested,
made their escape toward Lexing
ton. The trap was laid upon informa
tion that the company were Lexing
ton men and had gone to Nelson
'county for whisky. A car was plac
ed cross-wise to block the bridge
and the posse lay in wait. When
the procession of cars arrived and
the drivers were forced to stop, the
occupants opened fire, which was
vigorously returned by ths officers.
About forty shots were exchanged
before the alleged runners" put up
their hands. No one was" wounded.
GIRLS COATS AT THE LEADER.
U. D. C. MEETING
The regular meeting of the Rich
ard Hawes Chapter, U. D. C, will
be held in the Confederate room in
the court house, Saturday after-
noon, October 21, at 2:30 o'clock,
The principal business before the
meeting will be election of officers
and hearing of reports from the
State convention of the U. D. C, at
Louisville this week.
I INFANTS V
EVERY DAY l
THE AGRICULTURAL FAIR
One of the most successful events
held in Bourbon county in recent
years was the Agricultural Fair
given at the Bourbon County High
School in Millersburg under the au
spices of the i Junior Agricultural
Club of the school and kindred in
terests throughout the county. The
event was fully treated in our Mil
lersburg department, but owing to a
pressure of advertising we could not
give space to the premium list,
which was quite lengthy.
Among the premiums offered at
the fair were three given by THE
BOURBON NEWS, as follows: Best
peck sweet potatoes, premium, one
year's subscription to THE NEWS,
T. J.- Cartmell; 'Best half-peck
onions, premium one year's subscrip
tion to THE NEWS, R. L. Wilson;
Best two Southdown ewes, any age,
first premium, one year's subscrip
tion to THE NEWS, Reynolds Let
ton. The first fair held last' year was a
success, but profiting by the omis
sions on that occasion, Professor J.
.W. Lancaster and his corps of able
assistants saw that nothing was
overlooked this year which would
aid to the success of their, under
taking. To the older residents who held
pleasant memories of the old Bour-
bon County Fair, which ran for a
period of sixty-five years, vthe pres
ent fair was compared favorably.
The show in the floral hall was
equal. to that of anycounty fair in
the State. Women's work predom
inated, and long tables of delicious
cakes, pies, bread and candies, some
of them prepared by girls not yet
out of their teens, showed the ex
cellent work the fair is accomplish
ing. The live stock exhibit comprised
hogs, sheep, cattle, horses, mules,
ponies. There were numerous ex
hibits of chickens, ducks, geese,
turkeys and guineas, and two rings
of hunting dogs, with several en
tries, attracted much attention. An
old-fashioned hand cider press made
and furnfshed to the thirsty a splen
did article of sweet cider, sans
"kick." The ladies of the Parent
Teachers' Association furnished for
twenty-five cents a luncheon of
burgoo, sandwiches and coffee.
The object of Jthe association is
"to stimulate 'an interest in improv
ed agriculture and schools." Locat
ed in one of the richest agricultural
sections in the world, it is the aim
'of Prof. Lancaster and his associ
ates to improve rural conditions and
to lead the boys and girls to a high
er appreciation of their opportuni
ties at home, and to fit them for a
happy, useful, consecrated rural ser
vice. The annual hog sale held Friday
afternoon- netted 114.50, which
was turned over to the Parent
Teachers' Association to aid in its
PARIS CITY SCHOOLS' EVENING
The program of the evening
classes at the Paris City School will
open Monday evening,' November 6,
at 7 oclock. The first classes to
open this year will be shorthand,
bookkeeping, typewriting and com
mercial arithmetic. If -you are in
terested in any of these courses will
you? please come in person 'io the
City School, telephone or send in
your name by mail between now
and November ,6 ? We have added
'(two new typewriters to the Com
mercial. -Department and' at present
'we have twelve machines.-
We shall make a great effort to
take care v of 'all evening students
who want to take these,-courses this
winter. If you live in Paris these
courses are free and if you live out-
leide of the city the charges are rea
There never -has been such a de
mand for education and the Paris
City Schools will offer this ear a
' most"liberal program of studies.
The announcement of the open
ing of other course will be made
within the next few days.
CYNTHIANA MAN KILLED IN
.John Sauer, of Paris, received a
message Monday night telling of the
death of his brother-in-law, A.
Ashbrook, in Elgin, Illinois. Mr.
Ashbrook, who formerly resided in
Cynthiana, died at Elgin, as the re
sult of being struck by an automo
bile. He was sixty-five years old,
and is survived by his widow, one
daughter, ' and one brother. William
Ashbrook, formely of Cynthiana.
CITY TAXES JDUE; POY UP NOW
THE CITY TAX LISTS HAVE
NOW DUE AND PAYABLE. CALL
AND, SETTLE SAME PROMPTLY
AT MY OFFICE AT THE PEOPLE'S
BEEN TURNED OVER T0ME FOR
j COLLECTION. YOUR TAXES ARE
DEPOSIT BANK & TRUST COM.
FOOTBALL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20.
The baseball season is over. Paris was appointed Wednesday by Coun
had wonderful crowds at the base-ty Judge George Batterton as ad
ball games during the jentire sum-ministrator of the estate of the late
mer, and now people's minds will Albert B. Endicott. Mr. McDaniel
naturally. change to football for the' accepted the trust and qualified by
next few weeks. furnishing bond in the suj of $500,
Paris High School has one 6f the with S. H. Endicott as surety,
best teams she has ever had. The t Robert Turner, who was ordained
boys have had a little 4)ad luck in ! as a minister by Rev. Arthur Fox,
having some of their High School J pastor of the Paris Baptist church,
games cancelled and being forced to 4 Secured his bond Wednesday -from
play two college freshmen games -County Clerk Pearce Paton, with J.
which they lost by small scores. Jc. Hudnall, of the Spears Mill vicin-
The first game of the season ; ity, as surety.
Paris won over Carlisle by a large
score; the second game xur team
Was beaten by thev Georgetown Col
lege Freshmen 3 to 0; the third j
game we were beaten by State Uni
versity Ereshmen with a small
score; the fourth game witli several
mien sick with colds and with two
on the crippled list, playing in
Cynthiana, was lost by the small
score of 3 to 0. The games have all
been close and well plajred.
To-day when Paris Hi meets J
Flemingsburg High School om Han
cock Field, von inav fi-jmeo.t nnp of
the best games played here this sea
son.' They are making a specialef
ort to have 500 football' fans pres
ent. Will you be one? ,
Remember the Uig home-coming
day for Paris, Saturday, October 28,
when we meet St. Xavier School, of
Louisville. It is hoped to have 2,
000 people at this game.
BOYS' CORDUROY SUITS $8.50
' Made of Crompton's All-Weather
J. W.. DAVIS & CO.
"BfoD" ELLER "GETS HIS"
Horace (Hod) Eller, former
pitching ace for the Reds, was at
tacked and, badly beaten at "Danville,
111., when property owners in Ver
million Heights, a suburb, resented
his striking the occupant ofja burn
ing house. jEller. returning from
pitching in the Blue Grass League
at Mt. Sterling, Ky., was appointed
Friday as a fire fighter. The fire
department seemed to be slow re
sponding to an alarm. "I suppose
you had to finish that crap game be
fore you could get started," shouted
an angry property owner. Eller
struck him and then the fight be
gan. Paris fans will recall the turbu
lent disposition shown by the re
doubtable Eller, in a game on the
Paris grounds with'the Mt. Sterling
team when Eller advanced in a
threatening manner toward Umpire
Osborne, after having thrown the
ball at him. Osborne was ready
and would have done the scrapping
Eller serious injury had not the
police removed" him from the field.
WANTED TO RENT PRIVATELY I
,,47.2 acres of land on the Clinton
ville pike about ,six, miles from
Paris, adjoining the lands of S. L.
Weathers, N. Ford Brent and O. L.
Davis. This is a good farm and has
a modern and attractive home on it.
See Buckner Woodford, agent for
Ulie J. Howard. . (oct20-tf)
COATS COATS -
COATS 20R INFANTS-AT THE
N3T7 1 SECRETARY
At a recent nleeting of the Board'
of Directors of the Bourbon County!
Y. M. C. A, Mr. Charles H. Hum
phrey, of Indianapolis, ..was chosen
to succeed C. B. Harrison as general
secretary. Mr. Harrison has ac
cepted a position as general secre- (
tary of the Y. M. C. A. at Green-
castle, Indiana, and has moved there '
to assume his duties. '
Mr. Humphrey has had a large
and varied experience in Y. M. C. A.
work, and will make a worthy suc
cessor to Mr. Harrison. Mr. and
Mrs. Humphrey are at present in In
dianapolis superintending the re
moval of their household goods to
Paris. He will assume his new du
ties about November 1. Until then
the management of the Y will .be
under the very capable direction of
Miss Jessie Rose, office secretary. i
FOOTBALL THIS AFTERNOON
The Paris and Flemingsburg High
School football teams will meet on
Hancock Field, at 3:30 o'clock this
(Friday) afternoon. Both teams
are determined to put" up" a good
fight and a red hot contest is looked
for. . Come out and root for P. H. S.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
JUST SIXTEEN DAYS REMAIN
IN WHICH TO PAY YOUR TAXES.
Tax. Commissioner Bourbon- County;
, cio-tcr '
John F. McDaniel, of Millersburg,
BOURBON GUN CLUB
The Bourbon Gun Club held their
regular shoot on the gun club
grounds in East Paris Wednesday
afternoon, with a good- attendance.
Despite thecool weather the trap
shooters took a. decided .interest in
the event, andsome good scores
were made. Squire John Shropshire
won the trophy, a hunting coat, by
breaking 72 out of 75. The follow-
mg scores were made:
Shot At Broke
A. B. Perkins.
A. E. Turney 100
H. M. Roseberry .. ..100
J. C. Kenney 100"
William Ardery .. ..100
John N. Shropshire. . . 75
F. A. Burgin 75
N. F. Brent 75
J. L. Dodge 75
Alfred Clay 50
Douglas Thomas . :. 50
Richard Jones 50
John Yerkes 50
V K. Dodge, -. . . 25
A. H. Carr ' . .25
J. T. Matterson.' . . . . 25
A. C. Carr . s 25
William Ardery, Jr. . . 25
Bryant Jones 25
Bourbon county sportsmen are- as
sured plenty of sport this fall from
reports that have come in recently.
Quail and rabbits are reported as
being in abundance, not only in
Bourbon, but in adjoining counties.
The county game wardens have
their ears and eyes in readiness to
catch violators who begin the season
too early, or who hunt without hav
ing the necessary license.
Fire. Wind and Lightning Insur
ance. THOMAS. WOODFORD & BRYAN
FRANK & CO.-
Be it Silk or Wool--is Colored
to Match the Costume
"ARMONY is necessary nowadays if one
and hosiery is decidedly an Jmportant factor
,in gaining this effect. Be the costume for
sportsspr evening, there" is hosiery here in
profusion to match clock .embroidered, or
lacy plain, too irv every grade ancj shade
and price. . n
3BIESL, OUTFITTERS ,
OFFICER TO AMEJID ALL-DAT
The Woman's Missionary Socitt
of the Lexington District will hold
an all-day session at the Epworth
church; in Lexington, to-day. Fri
day; October 20, beginning at 10
o'clock. Mrs. Virgil McClure, -district
secretary, will be in dafff
and the foilowig.'cnfrect,oj-
cers will be present: Mrs. J. BL
Spillman, of Harrodsburg, , presi
dent; Mrs. Norman Taylor, f
Burnside, superintendent of "joung
people; "Miss Sarah Powers, of Paris,
treasurer, and Miss Julia Durham
A number of members of the Win
chester soaiety will be on the pro
gram, including Dr. U. G. Foote,
who will have charge of the Bible
TJie evening program will be in.
charge of the Juniors from seven to
eight o'clock and the young peoples
societies from eight to nine.
HALLOWEEN PARTY FOR . .
The members of the Senior and
Junior Endeavor Societies of the
Presbyterian church, are invited to
attend a masked Hallow'een party,
to be given in the Sunday School
room on Friday evening. October 27r
between the hours of 7:45 and
10,000: Both honorary and active
members are invited. The only re- .
quirement is that you come in fea-,
five humor and attire, either fancy
costume or as a ghost, a goodly
number of ghosts beingr desired.
- BANEUPT SALE
The sale of furniture, etc.; con
ducted in the Robneel Building "by
James Clay Ward, trustee in bank
rputcy for E. M. Wheeler, brought.
good prices, and was well attended.
The sale closed yesterday. The auc
tioneer were Hensel -Margolen and
George D. Speakes, who kept thing
moving along at a lively rate.
SPECIAL REGISTRATION DAYS
Voters who were absent from the
city on October 3, 19 2 2, between tha
hours ofx6:00 a. m. and 9:00 p. m.,
or were sick on that day can regis
ter at .the County Clerk's office ia
the court house on Monday, Octo
ber 30, Tuesday, October 31, and
Wednesday, November 1.
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