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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1922
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCM
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BOYS' CORDUROY SUITS
Made of Crompton's all-weather
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
The nicest courtesy you can
show your guests is to have
their visits mentioned in this
paper. The nicest courtesy
you can show your friends is
to let them learn of your visit
through this paper whenever
you go away. We will con
sider it a courtesy whenever
you give us an item of any
kind. Telephone it to No.
Hill & Linville, of Paris, have
purchased the bakery in Versailles'
by "V. A. Howara, anu win ue given
possession on January 1, 1923. Mr.
Howara mu, u "-- "-" Mr. and Mrs. Matt Ti,rnv. nf
business ne win go mto. " "Georgetown, formerly of Paris; have
i? at present conducting the Paris . , "C11 U1 rifia: vs
is ai i"cf ?,-. - gone to Daytona Bear.h. -rm tn
branch of tne urury waiting uo.
DON'T BURN LEAVES
The police department of Paris
calls attention to the city ordinance
prohibiting burning of leaves on the
streets of the city. Citizens are re
quested to observe this ordinance.
Leaves make an excellent dressing
for soil, and should be used on gar
dens and lawns for that purpose.
Don't burn them!
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS.
OWING TO SHORTAGE OP WA
TER WILL ASK ALL USE OF WA
TER EOR SPRINKLING BE DIS
CONTINUED. (7-2t) PARIS WATER CO.
spend . the winter.
A little' daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Horace Sprake was taken to
the Massie Memorial Hospital yes
terday, suffering with pneumonia.
Mrs. Eva Dimmett, of Paris,
assisted Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Trau
gott, of Lexington, with Hallo
we'en party at their home in Lex
ington last week.
iurs. Anna Brnberg, of Berea
College, spent the week-end in Paris
E TAL :t A;,WaIli? weMOi anniversary of Mr
u "uuic ui uci ijureuia, ivir. ana i
ppint of numbers, in the personell
of its membership "and in the high
character of its programs.
Ford Brent and Edward Burke,
of Paris, were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E.' M. Wallace, near
Mrs. Robert C. Talbott and
Mrs. H. S. Towler left . yesterday'
for a two-weeks' visit to friends in
Louisville and vicinity.
Mrs. John Mattox, Mrs. W. G.
McClintock, Misses Vallette McClin
tock and Grance Haskins have re
turned from a motor trip to Cincin
nati. Mrs. T. F. Burnett, Jr., of this
'city, is a guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. G. Guttery, at their
home on East Lexington street, in
Mr. L. J. Fretwell continues
very ill of a complication of diseases
at his home on East Eighth street.
His condition gives his
friends much anxiety.
Morris Price, who is attending
school at Centre College, Danville,
spent the week-end in Paris as
guesti of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Price, on Scott avenue.
R. P. Dow, Sr., is ill at his
home in this city. At a recent
meeting of E. L. Dudley Post, G. A.
R., of Lexington, of which Mr. Dow
is adjutant, a committee was ap
pointed to visit him this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Willie
Young, Tollie Young, .Mrs. Charles
C. Clark, Will Young, Nat Young
and Mrs. Maggie Young, of North
Middletown, attended the fiftieth
Afro "NT "R "VMimc . i
Mrs. Thomas H. Clav Sr tdi l ' , .' AW ' J" Llie uume OI
Jm .t Wii co i ivir. ana Mrs. . . Prow tf
Drs. Kenney & Stoeckenger
near Mt. Sterling.
Mrs. Edward F.
In making up the forms for Fri
day's issue of THE NEWS, a line
dropped out in fche report of the
Bourbon Gun Club shoot, in which
James M. Caldwell was deprived of
credit. Mr. Caldwell was winner of
the fifth trophy, a fine turkey, do
nated by the Crombie Poultry Co.,
making a score of 93 to 97.
WE WILL OPEN TO RECEIVE
TURKEYS TOR THE THANKSGIV
ING MARKET COMMENCING ON
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13.
BRENT & CO., (Inc.)
(nov7-tf) Both Phones 14.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
Some time ago Mr. C. M. Coffield,
of Winchester, traveling for a large
cutlery ' 'manufacturing concern,
while motoring from Paris tD Win
Chester, lost a large roll of sample
scissors from his car.
Mr. Scoffield advertised his loss in
THE NEWS, and the same morning
the advertisement appeared in the
paper, the lost bundle was found
by a young man named Henry, and
restored to Mr. Coffield, who gladly
paid him the reward offered.
The above only emphasizes a fact
thatws well-known to the people of
Paris it pays to advertise in THE
TO TURKEY RAISERS
WE WILL BE BUYERS OF
TURKEYS THIS SEASON AND
WILL BEGIN RECEIVING AT t)UB
FLOUR LULL AND HEMP HOUSE
ON SOUTH MAIN STREET ALSO
AT OUR OFFICE BUILDING ON
THIRD AND PLEASANT, MON
DAY. THE 13 OF NOVEMBER.
WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST
E. F. SPEARS & SONS.
TlPrfnrmod'lTI n-nnyn-Hsm e- 1 '
:; . : " .. ii i emu vcti Paris, was one of the guests Fri
of tonsils for Mrs. Carl Crawford day afternoon at the tef given in
yesterday morning at the Massie Frankfort by Mrs. Henry HougS
Memorial Hospital The patient Roberts, for her daughter mS
was reported last night as resting Henry A. Wheeler, of Evanston, 111.
The home was beautifully decorat
ed for the occasion witih autumn
leaves and fall flowers. JThe tea
tables was in yellow, with chrysan
themums and candles of that' shade.
Ninety of the 164 University
of Kentucky students trying out
for membership in the Strollers,
campus dramatic organization,
were declared eligibles at the ama
teur night performances last week
and will be given opportunity to
try for the cast of the Stroller
play. The following Bourbon
James Higgins, of the Bourbon
Steam Laundry, attended the Lato
nia races Saturday. Mr. Higgins
witnessed the spectacular fire which
destroyed the four steamboats, Is
land Queen, Morning Star. Tacoma
and Chris Greene, at the wharf in
Mr. and Mrs. William Shell, of
Lawrence, Kansas, were recent vis
itors in tJhis city. Mrs. Shell was
formerly Miss Nannie Edmonson, !
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Edmonson, who resided on what is J county students were declared eligi
uow .tianson street. Tnis is ner,hiA MisaMt rciiVnWV. T.iiioQfnn
.. ..-.J UvV. JJi.H-UVU,
first visit to her old home since
leaving Paris forty years ago.
Bourbon county Shriners will
Mary May. Frances Kenney, Nancy
Stephenson, Laura Belle Smith.
Virgil Chapman, of Paris, As
go to Lexington to-day to take part I sistant General Counsel for the Bur-
in the big reception to be tendered
by Oleika Temple ot Imperial Po
tentate M. S. McCandless and Mrs.
McCandless, of San Francisco.
ley Tobacco Association, was a
guest recently of H. C. Bowen, In
Newcastle, Ky., where he made an
address to the tobacco growers. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. McCandless are just . nhnnman Vine hoon coionf a
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icLuiums liuul xiouuiuiu, ana are liver the address to the AmprirnTi
Legion, in Winchester, Armistice
"IT'S ALL OVER NOW'
(Mt. Sterling Gazette)
The Mt. Sterling team can beat
Maysville or Cynthiana, either, any
time, anywhere, and both of them
realize it. President Russell -did
not want his "pets" to go against
Hod Eller and the Essex in the
final series, as he had the say as to
"who won the last half of the pen
nant, Mt. Sterling lost out. Fear
of the final test in. thechampionship
race had a lot -to do with the Pres
ident's decision in the minds of
many impartial fans.
HUNTING SEASON OPENS ON
making an official inspection tour
over the United States.
Lawrence A.- Soper, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Soper, of Paris,,
has been elected a member of the
National Advisory Council of the
Alpha Sigma Chj fraternity. He is
at present in New York City, con
nected with the Anti-Corrosion En
gineering Company. Mr. Soper was
a graduate of the University of '
Kentucky in the class of 1922.
To-morrow, Mrs. Wm. G. Simp
son, formerly Miss Lizzie Nichols, of
Paris, will have on display at her
home, No. 141 Barr street, in Lex
ington, a fine display of hand wo
ven articles sent her by the women
of the Kentucky mountains) the
collection being the most beautiful
she has yet shown. Mrs. Simpson
invites the ladies of Bourbon coun
ty to call and inspect the collection.
The regular monthly meeting
of Jemima Johnson Chapter,
Daughters of American Revolution,
was held Saturday afternoon, at
2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J.
H. Butler, on Vine street. The
hostesses were Mrs. Butler, Miss
iLorine Butler and Mrs. M. H. Dai-
ley. Mrs. Thompson H. Tarr gave
a very entertaining and able report
of the proceedings of the State D. A.
R. Conference, held in Lexington,
the past week. Mrs. Robert Jones,
of North Middletown, favored the
guests with two beautifully render
ed solos. The most important bus
iness before the meeting was the
election of officers to serve during
1922-1923. The balloting resulted
in the following selections: Regent,
Mrs. Thompson H. Tarr; First Vice
Regent, Mrs. Cassius M. Clay; Sec
ond Vice-Regent, Mrs. Frederick A.
Wallis; Third Vice-Regent, Miss
Tillie LaRue; Treasurer, Mrs. Al
bert Mitchell; Registrar, Mrs. Wm.
Ardery. The Historian, Miss Leti
tia Hedges, and the Chaplain, Mrs.
Thomas Henry Clay, Sr., hold their
offices for life.
The next meeting of the Chapter
will be held on January 6. George
Day, Nevember 11. Mr. Chapman
is a remarkably eloquent and con
vincing" speaker, and always has
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Proctor
have returned to their home in Pa
ducah, after a visit to friends and
relatives in Paris and Lexington.
Both are graduates of the Univer
sity of Kentucky, and came to Lex
ington to attend the Centre College-Kentucky
game Saturday. Mr. Proctor, who
was formerly principal of the Paris
High School, is now engaged in the
insurance business in Paducah.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Proctor were
given a warm welcome by their
(Other Personals on Page 3)
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Connell are
the happy parents of a fine little
daughter, born at their home in this
city on October 23. The little girl
was named Mary Josephine, in
honor of Mr. Connell's aunt and
grandmother. Mrs. Connell was be
fore her marriage Miss Viola Day,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Day, of near Paris.
-i Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Smith
are receiving congratulations on the
birth pf a daughter at their home
near Paris on November 1. The lit
tle one was christened Elizabeth
Osborne Smith, in honor of her
mother. Mrs. Smith was before her
marriage Miss Elizabeth Osborne,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Os
borne, former residents of Paris.
Somewhere on the streets of
Paris, a cameo pin. Finder leave at
NEWS office. Suitable reward.
Washington's wedding anniversary 17 J 'l. ftMi CiA
day, with Miss Lizzie Grimes and J y ISll J ill OlOlC
Mrs. Virgil Chapman, as hostesses,
at their home on Duncan avenue.
The beautiful home of Mrs. But
ler formed arrich setting for the
gathering, and all voted the hostes
to be ideal entertainers. During
the afternoon delicious refresh
ments were served.
Mrs. Cassius M. Clay, the retiring
Regent, came in for the larger share
of approval, for the excellent show
ing the Jemima Johnson Chapter
had made among the D. A. R.
The hunting season on quail and
rabbits will open November 15,
and according to Dr. R. S. Tuttle,
executive agent of the Game and
Fish Commission, there are more
birds in Kentucky this year than
for several years past. N
Dr. Tuttle stated that the Ohio
river southern flight of migratory
game birds has been greater this
year than ever before. The open
season on these birds in Kentucky
extends from September 16 to De
cember 31. v lni,ontarc. rtf tVio Stnfo Whon qVio
The fish car of the commission 'is iaSsumed her office, at the beginning
now in Ballard county seining the 0j the term the, membership num
overflow ponds of the Ohio river. bered seventy-five. It now has a
The fish will be used to restock membership of 110," being up in the
streams and ponds. Lfront ranks of the organization, In!
When in Need of Ladies',
Misses' and Children's
Special Bargain Week Prices.
See and Save at
Twin Bros. Dept Store
GHAS. S. GOLDSTINE
Corner Seventh and Main Streets
WE are selling QUALITY merchan
dise for men and boys at LOW prices.
cA visit to our store will be more con
vincing than merely saying it here.
Let us pay your movie bills . for you.
We give tickets free. Ask us.
Twin Bros Clothing and Shoe Department
Cumberland Phone 40 619 Main Street, Paris, Ky.
"SAVE AND SMILE55
We are showing
Wool and Cotton Blan
kets and Comforts lined
with wool and laminated
We will be
The prices are very attractive!
THE J. T. HINTON CO.
SIXTH AND MAIN
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