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r FAGE FOUR
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1922:
XECTUEE ASSOCIATION FORMED
At a meeting of Central Kentucky J
educators, held Saturday in the office'
PRAISES BASIL HAYDEN AT
COMING ATTRACTIONS AT
ALAMO AND GRAND
Charles Kenyon, who has written.
Sunday's Lexington Leader pub
1 1 T..1C i-n-.n mif fp "CoOll 1 1 ... ,1 A 1
of - Superintendent M. A. Cassiday, "snea a large ua,ii.-Luue v,ui. . many siuge piays uu luuuameuLai
in Lexington Kentucky Lecture w- Hayden, of Paris, graduate of ly American themes is the author
Association, was formed by fourteen ' the Paris High School, together of the Goldwin production, "The
leads of schools in the Bluegrass with the followinS comment under Invisible power," which will be
The formal organization followed ! a .Winchester date line: j shown at the Alamo and Grand
fiPvPrai -PiimiTiarv m - wWh ' "The early work of Basil W. Hay- this afternoon and night. Among
have been held at the call of Su-,den' new 'field coach ab Kentucky his most SUccessfu plays
' Wesieyan uonege, nas oeen reueu-1 "Kindling," which was played all
led in the team's showing this year, -over t1he united States; "Husband
iricals being able to score against and -wife" ana "The Calm." Mr.
A. Resume of Events In Religions
Circles For Present and
The Epworth League of the
Paris Methodist church asks you to
ro solve the following. "11-13-22 dIus
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perintendent Cassiday, who wai
was elected chairman of the Asso
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wuwiuu, "il" a. x wi. "t xj.nn.ijai, , i. i i it.. J,. n11fn ' . . . . ,
rick, of Paris High School, as secre-itne Aiemoawi oniy uy m aix -- .Kenyon is a memoer or tne liom
tary When the grid season ends Hayden wyn scenario staff.
The purpose of the Association lagans to build from the veteran net The new Paramount picture,
to bring leading educators of Amer-! ers. le" ov!r 'r Jf8' y"J a, "Across the Continent," Starring
. InTiammnneliitl nnfikpr. ball team. Ttrollonn "Dn?1 will Vio oVinxtrrt of Ti
im tn i.pntrnl KPnriiPlrv citioa fnr """"t"""i"'i' . vv anac J-1"! '"" " duwuxi wi. ums
lppfurpq tViici -uMntor A cnoro-ocf nrl PUltlHg
U 4-Vta rooiiltc nf his .11 j -1 j j ..
a ono-o-Acf uuLLiug luw 11. i." mv . 'Aiamo anu urauu iw-muuuw
n. oufefcotcu. . .lt. x-u- TTi-rroiftr nf , ...., , , ,
list of speakers from whom the ' expeneiu WTXT 7 J, inoon ana nisnr' ll 1S Deyona
lecturers will probably be selected Kentucky He was chosen all-( doubt the best automobile racing
oouinem jluiwchu. m a.v. .story in wnicn tnis popular star
a graduate 01 tue umaa uj. j. ai. has been seen. it involves a cross-
was submitted, including some of
the most noted educators and lect
urers in the United States.
Among those who attended the
meeting were Prof. Lee Kirkpat
rick, superintendent of the Paris
schools; Prof. J. W. Lancaster, of
the Millersburg High School. Prof.
Kirkpatrick, of the Paris High
School, who was elected secretary of
the Association, will correspond
with the prospective speakers and
with the cities interested, and will
report the results of his correspond
ence at a meeting of the depart
ment of superintendents, at Frank
fort on December 15 and 16.
A committee composed of J. W.
Ireland, of Frankfort, Mark God
man, of Shelbyville, A. K. McKenee,
of Harrodsburg, C. F. Martin, of
jOwingsville, and J.
Kentucky, and lives in Paris. cohtinent race wherein Mr. Reid,
Athletic Director J. B. Sibley is en-.playing the son of Theodore Rob
(husiastic about his first work as
EMPHASIZING THE CRADLE
erts, the manufacturer of the poor
jnan's car, drives the little motor,
known as the "DenV through
wind, rain, fire and across moun
tains, rivers and deserts, on to vic
tory, defeating all contestants.
Mary MacLaren, leading woman
PAY YOUR GAS AND ELEXJTEIC
Don't forget that the 10th of the
month is the last day to pay your
gas and electric bills and save the
regular discount. Pay to-day do not
put it o'ff if save3 us trouble and
saves you money.
PARIS GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
DOFT PUT IT OPP
Our line of Christmas Greeting
cards is complete. You can make,
your selection "now and not be dis
appointed. If you wait until later
the one you want may be sold out
Come In, we will be glad to show
them. See window display.
THE UOUKBON NEWS JOB
The General Sunday School
Board of the Methodist church has and former star, supplies the ro-
taken a unique method of- ,empha- niance and shows no little pluck
sizing the Cradle Roll department t by sitting at the star's side as
of the church. In the main office 'mechanician as he steers over the
at Nashville is a painting of Lake 'roads at a terrific pace. Others in
Junaluska, showing bed of lillies in the cast! are Betty Francisco. Wal
the center. In each lily is a tiny ter Long, Lucien Littlefield, 'Jack
picture of an "official baby" repre-. Herbert, Guy Oliver and Sidney
senting the heads of the various D'Albrook.
Conferences of the General Sunday! "Where Is My Wandering Boy
W. Lancaster J School Board. , To-nignt.'" Tne worm-tamous Dal-
For several years the represents- lad has been made into a photoplay
tives from the Kentucky Conference , that, you will never forget. A story
has been Master Elbridge Lee Snapp. . of Main Street and Broadway; of
of Millersburg, was appointed at
the meeting to work out the finan
cial arrangements for the program.
Central Kentnnkv nitfps iTifprosf-- son nf Mr. and Mrs. Elbridsre Snanp. dance halls, and swell cabarets: of
ed in the movement are Danville: of Paris, and nephew of Dennis V. back-stage Johnnies and simpletons;
Harrodsburg, Lancaster, Stanford, l-Snapp, Executive Secretary of the of soda fountains and a little
Nicholasville, Lawrenceburg, Ver-j Kentucky Conference Sunday School church; of a mother and her
sailles, Winchester, Midway, Frank- Board. This young man has now wayward son; of a country lass and
fort. Flemingsburg, Mf . Sterling' passed the age for the Baby Roll a chorus girl.
and another must be chosen. .As the ; A picture beautiful that you will
request is made for a picture in the never forget. Thrilling tieyond1
immediate family of the Executive words, romantic in every sense, hu
Secretary Mr. Snapp has this time man in every detail. A picture
chosen a niece, Alice Frances Hon-, that is real so real -it will bring
man, aaugnter or ivir. ana mra. ueai&, m. juy, iu yum vyva, auu seuu
Charles G. Holliman, of Detroit, you away with a light heart, and a
Carlisle, Maysville, Cynthiana,
Georgetown, Richmond, Millers
burg, Shelbyville, Somerset, 'Sharps
burg, Owingsville a'nd Paris.
A POOR SORT OP JOKE
TO TURKEY RAISERS
A few days ago, THE NEWS
was. called by telephone and given
what purported to be the secret
wedding of two young Paris people,
the party telephoning alleging that
the wedding took place in Jeffer-
sonville, Indiana, last August, and i
that for reasons best known toPL0UR MILL AND HEMP HOUSE
themselves the young couple ' did ! ON SOUTH MAIN STREET ALSO
not give publicity to the event un- AT OUR OFPICE BUILDING ON
til the "item" was given over the THIRD AND PLEASANT,' MON
'hone. Later, an hour or so before n a v tttt? iq m? TarroT?'MBT?TJ
THE NEWS' forms closed for that;wE j pAY THE HIGHEST:
greater regard for your mother.
Bring the family along with you
dad and mother will enjoy this
one; brother and sister 'will
'learn a lesson from it, too. Its a
WE WILL BE BUYERS OP photoplay that reaches way down
TURKEYS THIS SEASON AND, deep into the hearts of people, and
WILL BEGIN RECEIVING AT OUR SivPS them a kindlier understand
ing with all mankind. Coming one
day only at the Alamo and Grand,
next Thursday afternoon and night.
The subjects for the revival
services at the Presbyterian church,
Tuesday, will be 10:30 a. m. "Omis
sions," and at 7:30 p. m., "The
Blessing That Awaits a Child of
God In The Kingdom That Is To
Come." The morning service be
gins promptly and lasts for only
forty-five minutes. This week
promises to be the climax of the in-!
terest manifested last week.
Bishop's Day will be observed
Thursday at Winchester, and - all
members of the Woman's Auxiliary,
and others interested in the work
of the Episcopal church organiza
tions of the Bluegrass are invited
to attend. Communion will be cel
ebrated at 10:30 a. m. in the Win
Rev. W. E. Ellis, nastor of the
Paris Christian church, left yester
day for Glasgow, where he will '
conduct a series of revival meetings
at the Christian church. ,
The regular meeting of the
Woman's Guild of St. Peter's Epis
copal church will be held ' in the '
church parlors to-day. It will be '
an all-day session, beginning at '
10:30 o'clock. All the
are urged to be present.
IMPERIAL POTENTATE AT LEX
issue, the party, or some other, call
I MARKET PRICE.
Pfl flTlri Qtntorl thot "ha. nMnrr-nA .
"item" had been given in as a joke. f ?' SPEAES & S0NS'
FnrtunntPlir TTTTC -NTK1WG or, oc ' (nov7-tt)
Rncninimic rf fha offm'w -Pv..,-. 4-1-.,. 1 O-
uj1:,..uivsuu t. mc aiiuu 11U111 CllC
very start, and was only awaiting j NAVAL RECRUITING OPPICERS
confirmation. T0 yjgjrr. pAEIS
Such "jokes" as these are likely
to cause trouble, and have been the
cause of serious trouble in other cruiting officer will make
BAPTIST WOMEN'S MISSIONARY
UNION TO MEET
places. We warn such would-be-jokers
to take their wares elsewhere.
The nineteenth annual session of
the Baptist Women's Missionary
Union of Kentucky will convene at
, Cynthiana Wednesday and Thurs
day. Arrangements have been made
to entertain about 300 delegates.
Miss Jennie Graham Bright, State
Beginning yesterday a naval re-j Young Peoples' leader, and Miss
one-day Mary L. Davis, field worker, have
l trips from
JOINT BOX SUPPER
tne Lexington onice to been there for several days prepar
Georgetown, Versailles, , ing for a pageant, which will be
Paris, Nicholasville and Winchester j presented Wadnesday night. Mrs. C.
in the interest of navy recruiting, A. j w. Elsey. of Williamsburg, f or
Bishop, in charge of the office, an- merly of Cynthiana, is president of
nounced Saturday. The navy is the State union.
now seeking quaiined men to enlist
There will be a joint box supper i in the trades of carpenter, black
next Friday night, ovember 10, of : smith, boilermaker, coppersmith,
the Houston and Clay's Cross Roads moulder, musician, yoeman and
Schools, m the Clay's Cross Roads sheetmetal worker. The navy trade. ham. Ala. nrpsirlpnt nf tho Smith.
school house. Mrs. Birdie Clay , schools are now open and good adr'ern Bantist. prmvpmHnn- nr n tvt
. ,. i j .- i-:1. . '
iTnompson, state secretary of mis-
Among the noted Baptist work
ers who will be there for the occa
sion are Dr. B.D. Gray, of Atlanta,
Ga .; Mrs. W. C. James, of Birmine:-
James S. McCandless, imperial
potentate of the Nobles of the Mys
tic Shrine, accompanied by Mrs.
McCandless, will visit Oleika Tem
ple, in Lexington, to-day. The
piogram for the day will include a
visit to all the principal points of
interest in and about Lexington,
closing with a! reception and dance
at night in, thej Phoenix Hotel ball
room, to jWiichj every Shriner and
his wife are invited.
The home of the imperial poten
tate is Honolulu. He is touring
this country aid Canada in his offi
cial capacity. iThe Lexington com
mittee on arrangements consists of
Potentate Gus L. Herman, "Dan M.
Bowmar, L.;L. Roberts, Theo. Jones,
jJohn G. Cramer, Fred Bryant, Wm.
F. Clark, Ohas. A. Knight and
Clay Sutherland. For the reception
and officers and past potentates of
Oleika Temple and their wives will
fbe in the receiving line.
After his visit the Imperial Po
'tentafce will? visit Kosair Temple, in
"THE BANK OF SERVICE'
The Test rf Character
ilTThe president of a big corporation gave this
this reason why his company employed sales
men on a commission basis only:
It's the best test of character we can apply.
If a man hasn't saved enough monev to
carry himself a month or so hs's rarely the
kind who can measure up to the opportunity
Jlf Why not take a fixed amount out of your
ji salary every pay day and put it to work in
an interest bearing account at this bank?
It will then enable you to grasp opportunity
when it comes.
tfTTPay yourself first-
-it's the sensible thing
& Trust COh
Paris, - - Kentucky
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS
IWe repair and install
Jl all kinds of Electrical
All Sizes Bulbs
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT OUR WORK GUARANTEED
LET US GIVB YOU AN ESTIMATE ON YOUR WORK
BLUE GRASS ELECTRIC CO.
PARIS, KY. 425 Main St. CUMB. PHONE 500
Webb and Miss Susie Clay
are tne , vantages are
learn a trade.
offered recruits to
COLD WEATHER IS
IS NOW 0$ ITS WAY
r WE. SUGGEST
- " THAT YOU SECURE
WINTER NEEDS NOW
, Knit Goods
Wool Hosiery . '
PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE .
sions, and Dr. Victor I. Masters, ed
itor of the Western Recorder.
A number of delegates are ex
pected to arrive Tuesday night,
when an informal meeting and su
perintendent's conference will be
held. The convention proper begins
Wednesday morning at the Baptist
Styles - Fabrics - V alues
Are Three Big Factors in Our Overcoats
HANDSOME TRIGG HOME BURN
ED AT GLASGOW
Fire of undetermined origin Fri
day destroyed tihe home of Mrs. H.
C. Trigg, at Glasgow, with a loss
,of $40,000. The colonial mansion
, known at the "Beeches" was locat
ed on the outskirts of town and the
local fire department was unable to
J render material assistance.
- Mrs. Trigg is the mother of Mrs.
I Morgan Schuster. Many heirlooms
'and laces collected by Mrs. Schus
ter while a resident of Persia, werej
.consumed in the flames,
j The blaze started in the second
( story. Insurance of $15,00 was
THOMAS, WOODFORD & BRYAN
Fire, Wind and Lightning Insur
- - - iji'Si
MRS. STEWART TO ADDRESS
,' DEPARTMENT STORE
Mrs. ,Cora Wilson" Stewart, of
.Frankfort, Ky., member of the Na
jtional Elimination of Illiteracy
j Commission, will be one of the
speakers of the Silver Jubilee of
Women's Clubs meeting in Hous
ton, Texas, five days next week.
cpmmencmg Tuesday, according to
;an announcement made by Mrs.
iee Joseph, president of the State
You don't have to be a second
Chrisopher Columbus in order to
ujbuuyw iue lauiwoi yoxir1lloWs3
! J STYLES
If you are looking for the latest in an
Overcoat you can find it here. Along with
conservative styles are shown fancy plaited
back coats some half and some all-around
belts. Best style artists in the country
have designed our coats.
Master weavers have declared these the
best fabrics they have ever woven. Good,,
strong, sturdy all wool' maierial some
with plaid backs makes our overcoats of
long service. Newest colorings and pat
terns .are shown in abundance.
That's the big. factor and you will find it
well taken care of here. This season's
values are the best we have ever offered.
Let us overcoat you today. The prices
$15,00 to $52.50
WHIPCORD COATS $30.00
These coats have just been received. They're
worth more, but owing to their late arrival we
are selling them at a price. They are hand
somely, tailored in the latest style raglan
shoulders, belt all-around. Colors of tan and
grey in shower proof treated cloth. Just the
coat you want.
R. P. WALSH
7th and Main One-Price Store Paris, Ky.
' , Homer Plume 448 -.- Cumb. Phone 806