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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1922
THE BOURBON NEWS Pi&JS, KENTUCKY
SPLENDID ITLM ATTRACTIONS
AT GRAND AND ALAMO
"GIFTS THAT LAST"
Comings and Goings of Some Yon
Know and Others Yon
We have just opened a barrel of I
new kraut. It sure is fine.
NOTICE TO BOY SCOUTS
All Scouts will report in uniform
to Mr. Humphries at "Y" Saturday
morning by ten o'clock for a "good
F. A. SCOTT, Scoutmaster.
TAG DAY TO-MORROW
To-morrow will be "Tag Day" for
the Bourbon County Health and
Welfare League. Buy a tag and help
some poor, deserving person in the
city and county. The funds de
rived from the tags will be used for
REMEMBER THE DATE
Don't forget that Circle No. 2 of
the Presbyterian church has claim
ed Saturday, November 25, as the
date on which they will conduct a
sale of handmade pillow cases and
attractive aprons, in the offices of
the Paris Realty Co., on Main
street. Keep the place and date
well in mind.
BOX SUPPER TO-NIGHT
Gitizens of Paris are extended a
epecial invitation to attend the box
supper to be given to-night, in the
Clav's Cross Roads School, near J
Paris. The supper is to be con- 01d Masons Home.
flnPtPfl inintlv hv the Houston Miss Fannie Williams has re
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.
Mrs. Charles A. McMillan was
a guest of friends in Nicholasville
this week. '
Mrs. John J. Connell is visit
ing his sister, Mrs. Dan Drennan,
Harry O'Brien, of New York,
is visiting his brother, James M.
O'Brien, in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Jo Varden and
'Oscar T. Hinton were in Cincinnati
Tuesday on a business mission.
Barbour West has returned to
his home in Paris after a visit to
friends and relatives in Flemings
burg. James M. Hukill, who has been
away for several months with his
string of racers, returned to Paris
M. H. H. Davis was in Shelby
ville, Tuesday, to attend a meeting
of the Board of Directors of the
School and the Clay's Cross Roads
Schools, for their mutual benefit.
Cakes, pies and filled boxes will be
offered for sale at auction. Come
out and enjoy yourself.
WHEN WINTER COMES
Your underwear will largely
solve the problem of comfort, es
pecially if it is Vassar Union Suits.
All weights, all styles, all prices.
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
Steinkamp and other high grade
Pianos, Players and Talking Ma
chines, Music Rolls and Record.
Cash or easy terms may be arrang
ed. Tuning and repairing a speci
alty. J. H. TEMPLBMAN PIANO CO.
226 Main St., Upstairs, Paris, Ky.
Cumberland Phone 201.
NOTICE TO EX-SERVICE MEN
All former service men in Bour
bon county, soldiers, sailors and
marines, whether members of the
American Legion or not, are urged
to assemble at the Paris City
School, on Seventh street, at 9:30
o'clock to-morrow (Saturday)
morning, in uniform if possible, or
in civilian clothes, to take part in
the parade and dedication exercises
for the Memorial Building. It is
the desire of Bourbon Post to have
the largest turnout of former ser
vice men ever assembled in Bour
MRS. THACKER TO SPEAK ON
Mrs. May Dixon Thacker, who
delighted a great crowd Sunday af
ternoon with her lecture, "The Hu
man Touch," will give her lecture
on Christian Science Friday after
noon at the Presbyterian church at
three o'clock. Mrs. Thacker studied?
Christian Science at one time. She
tells in a straightforward, simple
way her experience. By those who
have heard this lecture it has been
pronounced the best that they have
ever heard, especially dealing with
that subject. The public is invit
ed to attend this lecture.
TO TURKEY RAISERS
WE WILL BE BUYERS OP
TURKEYS THIS SEASON AND
WILL BEGIN RECEIVING AT OUR
PLOUR MILL AND HEMP HOUSE
ON SOUTH MAIN STREET ALSO
AT OUR OPPICE BUILDING ON
THIRD AND PLEASANT, MON
DAY. THE 13 OF NOVEMBER.
WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST
E. F. SPEARS & SONS.
turned to her home in this city from
a visit to her sister, Mrs. James L.
Lisle, in Versailles.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin For
sythe Buckner and babe, of Paris,
were guests recently of friends and
relatives in Winchester.
Mrs. Clyde Keller is the guest
of her husband, who is employed
in the offices of the Chesapeake &
Ohio railroad, at Ashland.
Dr. F. M. Faries, who was taken
suddenly ill with acute indigestion
Tuesday was reported yesterday as
being considerably improved.
Mrs. Carl Crawford, who re
cently underwent an operation for
removal of tonsils at the Massie
Memorial Hospital, is reported as
Miss Rebecca Purnell had as
guest Monday her former school
mate, Miss Jane Girdler, of Wood
lawn, Pa., who is a student at
Margaret College, in Versailles.
George D. Speakes, of the real
estate firm of Harris, Speakes &
Harris, was in Englewood, Tenn.,
this week, where he conduct
ed a sale of twelve hundred acres
Superintendent J. A. Morrison,
of the L. & N., accompanied by Mrs.
Morrison and children, have return
ed from a motor trip to Birming
ham, Ala., where they visited rela
tives. Mrs. N. W. Smith, who has
been visiting relatives in Kansas
City, stopped over in Paris, en
route to her home in Morristown,
Tenn., for a short visit to her
daughter, Mrs. I. W. Bush, on
Squire L. J. Fretwell, who is
very ill at the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. J. T. Brown, on
East Eighth street, does not show
signs of very marked improvement
and his condition causes great anx
iety to relatives and friends.
The following from Paris mo
tored to Georgetown, to hear Rev.
C. H. Greer, former pastor of t the
Paris Methodist church, now Pre
siding Elder of this district, make
an address at the Methodist church:
'Dr. and Mrs. P. S. Mohney, Mr. and
Mrs. John Kiser, Mr. and Mrs. 'S.
T. Chipley, Mrs. Robert Mclntyre,
Mrs. Grant Galloway, Finnell Gal
loway, Mrs. O. B. Wilson, .Misses
Lucile Chipley and Ida Lee
(Other Personals on Page 3)
DON'T PUT IT OFF
Few pictures have revealed the
manner in which restless and com
plaining patients in sanatoriums
are diplomatically treated better
than "A Voice In The Dark," a
Goldwin mystery film, which comes
to the Alamo and Grand Friday af
ternoon and night. One striking in
stance may be cited: An elderly
woman cripple constantly complain
ing of her inability to sleep is re
lieved immediately by carefully
measured doses of plain water and
sugar. She saw the doctor write
out the prescription, so she knew
she was getting medicine.
While many stars and directors
have been bewailing the lack of
stories suitable for the screen,
Sessue Hayakawa, noted Japanese
American star, stepped right out
and wrote one for himself. Not
only did he write it, but he played
the star part and made of "The
Swamp" one of the brilliant pro
ductions of the season. It will be
'screened at the Alamo and Grand
this (Friday) afternoon and night.
Bert Lytell in "The Right That
Failed," a Bayard Veiller produc
tion for Metro, will be seen as
the motion picture feature of the
program at the Alamo and Grand
Saturday afternoon and night. The
new picture, adapted for the screen
by Lenore Coffee from a Saturday
Evening Post story by J. P. Mar
quand, deals with a "highbrow"
prize fighter who pays court to a
society girl, concealing from her a
knowledge of his profession be
cause of her caste prejudice against
When a man steals another man's
wife, that is grand larceny. "Grand
Larceny" comes to the local thea
tres Monday, featuring an all-star
cast of Goldwin players, including
Elliott Dexter. The story tells of a
young wife whose husband has en
downed every luxury upon her,
and who adores her. He is a young
attorney who believes in justice,
and when he finds his pretty,
dashing, glorious looking wife in a
compromising position, he takes im
mediate action to impose "justice"
upon the intruder of his domestic
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 BOURBON NEWS JOB DEPARTMENT.
TO AVOID ERRORS AND MIS
UNDERSTANDINGS WE WILL
NOT PAY TAXES FOR OUR CUS
TOMERS UNLESS SPECIALLY IN
STRUCTED TO DO SO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
FARMERS & TRADERS BANK.
PEOPLES - DEPOSIT BANK AND
BOURBON -AGRICULTURAL BANK
& TRUST CO.
oct 6-to dec 1)
MOTOR OFFICER KILLED
Mrs. Richard Moore, of Paris, re
ceived a telegram yesterday from
Hamilton, Ohio, telling of the death
there of Emery C. Farmer, -aged
twenty-six, formerly of Paris, who
married her niece.
Mr. Farmer was a member of the
motorcycle police in Hamilton and
had been assigned to duty on the
Dixie Highway. While chasing
down a speeding autoist, Farmer's
machine swerved suddenly, throw
ing him to the ground, killing him
instantly. The spedmotor on his
motorcycle registered 59 miles an
hour. Coroner Cook, of Hamilton,
will conduct an investigation.
Three unfurnished rooms and
pantry, on first floor; gas for light
and heating; immediate possession.
Call 'Cumberland Phone 536.
mrs. lee McMillan,
(lt( 347 Second St.
At the Western High School, a
gold ring. Owner can obtain same
by proving property and paying all
COMMUNITY HOUSE REST ROOM
The Rest Room in the Memorial
Building at the corner of Broadway
and High for the use of the wo
men of the county, where they may
wait for their husbands and meet
their friends, will be opened to
morrow. There will be a private
entrance on High street. The Paris
Commercial Club and the mer
chants of Paris, in connection with
the Rest Room and the Community
Service, will maintain from now on
TRAVELERS MUST DETOUR
On account of a new floor being
laid on the bridge spanning Hinks
ton Creek, near the city limits of
Millersburg, travelers on the Lex
ington, Paris and Maysville road,
have to detour by way of the Col
CATTLE BRING GOOD PRICE
We have listed for public sale
November 16, at 2:30 p. m., for
Mrs. D. G. Taylor, a vacant lot
61171 feet on Fifteenth street.
HARRIS, SPEAKES & HARRIS.
Bourbon county still furnishes
some of s the finest cattle in the
world, which are conlmanding rec
ord prices, as evidenced in recent
sales in the county. Catesby Wood
ford sold Tuesday to Jonas Weil, of
Lexington, fifty-four head of fat
Cl Vice, Will UlcLlUKllu nuui w. j w . -
until Christmas a free parcel check ' cattle, weighing from 1,450 to 1,
room for the convenience of shop-1500 pounds, at $10.00 per hundred
pers, with checks, and a reliable ' pounds. The cattle are for deliv
person in charge. Packages can be ery December 1. Stockmen say this
sent there from all stores, so that Is the highest price paid thisv year
shoppers need make-only one call, rlor fat cattle in Bourbon county.
Visit Our Store
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
PARIS. KY. . "" V
THERE IS NO ESCAPE
From the Cold Wintry Days
That are Bound to Come!
The thing to do then is to prepare for
them. We are contributing our bit
by selling our Suits, Overcoats, Under
wear and other accessories at the
lowest prices possible (which means
that they are competition proof).
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
IT'S OUR TREAT to the MOVIES
Twin Bros Clothing and Shoe Department
Cumberland Phone 40 619 Main Street, Paris, Ky. .
"SAVE AND SMILE"
We are showing a very
complete new line of
Wool and Cotton Blan
kets and Comforts lined
with wool and laminated
We will be pleased to
The prices are very attractive.
THE J. T. HINTON CO.
EITHERPHONE 36 PARIS, KENTUCKY SIXTH AND MAIN
Motor Hearse Motor Invalid Coach UndertaMnc
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