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THE BOURBON NEVf PARIS, KENTUCKY
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"CASCARETS'-CONSHPATION
Clean Your Bowels! Stop. Sick Headache, Dizziness,
Colds, Sour Stomach, Gases, Bad Breath
Clean your bowels then feel
fine!
Enjoy the nicest, gentlest bowel
cleansing you ever experienced by
taking one or two candy-like Cas
carets to-night. They physic your
bowels fully. All the constipated
waste and sour bile will move out
of the bowels without griping or
stirring you up. There will be no
OCTOBER HONOR BOLL PARIS
CITY SCHOOLS
In this issue THE NEWS pre
sents the Honor Roll of the Paris
City Schools for the past month,
Trhich includes the names of all
students who have made a satisfac
tory showing in their studies at the
school. A new system of grading is
now in use, by which the students
are given marks of B, which means
a mark of ninety to ninety-five, and
A from ninety-five to one hundred,
letter perfect. For a student of the
school to have his or her name on
the Honor Roll is a testimonial to
their faithfulness and application,
and is something that is duly appre
ciated by the teacher or teachers
who have had them in their care.
Teachers of the P. H. S. are striv
ing earnestly to simulate interest
in the Honor Roll among the stu
dents and parents. There isn't a
better managed school in the State,
and no school in the State has a
more efficient faculty than Paris,
and the students must realize that
when their names appear on the
Honor Roll it is at once a testimo
nial to their teachers' ability and
to their own capacity for receiving
and applying the methods and the
ories of study used in the school.
GRADE I.
Bessie Long Ardery, A.
Earl Case, A.
Wolford Ewalt, B.
Jack Gaitskill, B.
Virginia Hill, B.
Kate Mann, A.
Ruby Moreland, B.
William Morris, B.
Frances Redmon, A.
Margaret Snapp, B. Jj
Charles Whalen, B.
Elizabeth Cain, A.
Henrietta Bedford, A.
Eugene Crowder, B.
Blanche Griffin, A.
James Goodman, B.
Jerome Isaacs, B.
Eva Mjngu, B.
Frank Mitchell, B.
Jane Pogue, A.
Bella May Snapp, B.
Mary Worthington, B.
Reynolds Watkins, A.
Stanley Westfall, B.
MISS LILLE ST ON. '
GRADE I
Sallie Blankenship, A.
Josephine B. Hume, B.
Lucile Prather, B.
Christine Marshall, A.
Virginia L. Roberts, B.
Geneva Flora, B.
Mildred Hall, B.
Nell Franklin, B.
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Millions of men and women know the
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wrli Because it k not a humbug! Get
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bowel poison to cause colds, sick
headache, dizziness, biliousness or
sour stomach when you wake up in
the morning. More men, women
and children take Cascarets for the
Jiver and bowels than all other
laxative-cathartics combined. 10
cent boxes, also 25 and 50 cent sizes.
Any drugstore.
(adv-F)
William Rees, B.
David Kennedy, B.
M. B. Layton, B.
Russell Dickey, B.
Raymond Ritchie, B.
Harrison Rankin, B.
Milford Gilvin. B.
Eddie Lee Rowe, B.
James McCord, B.
Merle Carter, B.
Allen Rowland, B.
MISS LAYTON.
GRADE I.
Howard Blake, B.
Clay Briggs, A.
Robert DeJarnett, B.
Dorothy Dotson, B.
Howard Dray, B.
Roy DeWitt, A.
Willis Eads, B. . .-
Lottie Ferguson, B.
Frances Himes, B. -
Margaret Lester, A. ,
Margaret Honaker, B. .
Kenneth Myers, A.
Arvilda Maines, A.
Jane Martin, B.
Maurice Patterson, B.
George Phillips, B.
Ethel Taylor, B.
Henry Taylor, A.
Stella Taylor, A.
MRS. HARRIS.
GRADE II.
James Fitzgerald, B.
Agnes Sousley, B.
Edith Hudson, A.
Martha Ellen Gifford, A.
Helen Kiser. A.
Martha Bruce Williams, A.
Nathalie Linville, A.
Billie Blake, A.
Nancy Crockett, A.
Anna Katherine Neal, A.
Herbert Cain, A.
Jean Allen, B.
Joseph Collins, B.
Charles Stillwell, B.
Nannie Joe Worthington, B.
Hiram Elwood Redmon, B.
Julia Katherine Pogue, B.
Wallace Wilson, B.
Jack Nickerson, B.
Martha Chandler. B.
Charles Meng, B.
MISS TALBOTT.
GRADE II.
Philip Morton, A.
Anna Frances Graham, B.
Archie English, B.
Jim Will Higgins, B.
Walker Bush, B.
James Eads, B.
Raymond Weigott, B.
Ruby Hurt, B.
Don Browning, B.
, MISS JOHNSTONE.
GRADE II.
Elizabeth Bell, A.
Betty May, A.
Herman Stern, A.
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Hugh Brent, A.
Dorcas Levy, A. N
Robert Gardner, A.
Margaret Bohn, A.
Mamie Lowe, B.
Helen Farmer, B.
Franklin Dryden, B.
Leon Bowling, B.
Mattie May Sexton, B.
Lela Wilson, B.
W. C. McCracken, B.
Anna Estill Grinnell, B.
Susan Hinkle, B.
J. J. Parrent, B.
MISS WHALEY.
GRADE III.
Naomi Isgrig, A.
Mildred Varden, A.
Ann Duke Woodford, A.
Raymond Terry, B. .
Elmeta Taylor, B.
John Smits, B.
Gladys Rion, B.
Virillious Quisenberry, B.
Irma Parker, B.
Marion Powell, B.
Ethel Morris, B.
Karl Lusk, B.
Mary Lou Hume, B.
Beatrice Eaton, B.
Carolyn Bush, B.
Margaret Mastin, B.
MISS BESS PURNELL.
GRADE III.
Frank Dray, A.
Blanche Friedman, A.
Norman Violett B.
Aleta Layton, B..
Marjorie Biddle ,B. ""
Morabelle Harney, B.
Hermina vDray, B.
Anne Cldy Hinkle, B.
Buckner Hinkle, B. 7-
Mildred Snell, Ba.
James M. White, B.
Claude W. Hardin, B.
Hazel Farris, B.
Gilbert De Witt, B.
MRS. STONE.
GRADE III.
Margaret Sprake, B, 90.
Esther Briggs, B. 90.
Richard Florence, B, 93.
MRS. BRIGGS.
GRADE IV.
Nell Arnold, B.
John Childres, B.
Frances Collier, B.
Katherine Dryden, B.
James Ford, B.
Jack Helburn, B.
Nancy Kiser, B.
Elizabeth Mastin, B.
Hazel Powell, B.
Jack Spratt, B.
Elizabeth Soper, B.
Amos Taylor, B.
Delia Thomas, B.
M. K. TAYLOR.
GRADE IV.
Dorothy Fenwick, B.
Luther Violet, B.
Lillian Dale, B.
Ruth Parrent, B. "",
Naomi Hutchison, B.
Cricton Conner, B.
Ruth Watson, B.
Elizabeth Greene, B. ,
Dessie Worthington, B.
Frances Margolen, B.
Mary T. Faulkner, B.
Walter Cain, B.
Naomi Cavanaugh, B.
Parker Wornall, B. r
Ruth Harper, B.
Thomas Reffett, B. " j
George Swearinger, B.
Pauline Douglas, B.
Dorothy Mae Biddle, A.
J. Davis Haggard, A.
Lucy Jean Anderson, A.
Edna Lee Evans, A.
John L. Davis, A.
CLAIRE BRANNON.
GRADE IV.
, A. C. Adair, B.
Logan Allen, B.
Ophal Brooking, A.
Ernestine Eads, B.
Ruth Hyatt, B.
Elmeta King, A.
Julian McCord, B.
Rena Rankin, B.
Margaret Thompson, B.
Kathryn Williams, A.
MISS CLARK.
GRADE V.
Ben Bedford, A.
Virginia Smelser, A.
Edna Sousley, A.
Isabel Isgrigg, B.
Thomas Bratton, B.
Elmer Curtis, B. '
James Wilson, B.
Dorothy Lilleston, B.
Billy Baldwin, B.
Josephine Ardery, B.
Geneivie Dockenbrode, B.
MISS FISHBACK.
GRADE V.
Grace Arnold, B.
John Allen, B.
John Craycraft, B.
Gladys Davis. B.
Irvine Ewalt, B.
Pearlie Mae Faulk, B.
Estelle Florence, B.
Edgar Gardner, B.
Sallie Moreland, B.
Virginia Thomas, B.
MISS RICE.
GRADE VI.
William Ardery, B.
Hazel Bryan, B.
Hazel Buchanan, A. ,
Ned Brent, A. '
Prentice Burton, A.
Louis Elvove, A.
Harry Lancaster, A.
Josephine McCord, B.
Dorothy McCord, A.
Douglas Parrish, B.
Daisy Prather, B.
Clarence Rankin, B.
Eva Roberts, B.
Anna Kathryn Savage, A. ,
Maud Sheller, B.
Elon Tucker, B.
Buckner Woodford, B.
MISS AGNES PURNELL.
GRADE VI.
Richard Butler, A.
Virgil Gaitskill, B.
Elizabeth Hinton, B.
Blly Kenney, B.
Vivian Landis, A.
Lucy Maxey, B.
Catherine McNamara, B.
Bayless Morrison, B.
Lawrence Mullins, B.
Bonnie Lee Perkins, B.
Carolyn Reading, B.
Sidney Redmon, B.
Edna Earl Rummans, B.
Katie Lee Sanders, B.
Mary Forman Varden. B.
MISS FERRELL.
GRADE VII
Vivian Smith, A.
Martha Hall, A.
' Mary Isgrig. A.
Eleanor Swearinger, A.
Elizabeth Whitley, A.
Horace Bacon, B,.
Thenosha McCord, B.
Gladys Quinn, B.
Jerrell Farrell, B.
JOHN SHAW.
GRADE .Vn.
John Bower, B.
Coleman Burns, B.
Franklin Carter, B.
Gladys Craycraft, A.
Lillian Craycraft, B.
James Case, B.
Elizabeth Douglas, A.
Ella Faulk, B.
Sallie Gordon, B.
Nina' Gay Hollar, B.
Frances Hill, B.
Katie Irvine, A.
Bessie Mattox, B.
Florence McCarty, B.
William Marshall, B.
ROY S. PEPPER.
GRADE VIII.
Jane Clay Kenney, 94.
James Wilmoth, 92.
John Dryden, 90.
Thomas McCray, 90. '
MISS AMMERMAN.
FRESHMAN IB.
No one on Honor Roll.
LUCILE HARBOLD.
FRESHMAN 2B.
Kady Elvove, A.
Bryan Redmon, A.
Susan Howard, A.
Jessie Irvine, B. (
Charles Cook, B.
ZERELDA NOLAN.
FRESHMAN A.
Mary Spears, A.
MARY LOUISE LILLARD.
SOPHOMORE IB.
Gertrude Smelser, B.
REBA M. LOCKHART.
SOPHMORE 2B.
Dorothy Pepper, A.
NATA LEE WOODRUFF.
KOFHOMUKJU A.
No one on Honor Roll.
NELL ROBBINS.
JUNIOR CLASS
Helen Connell, A.
Ruth Woodward, B.
Martha Connell, B.
Ethel Shanklin, B.
Georgia Adams, B.
F. A. SCOTT.
SENIOR CLASS.
Edgar Hill, A.
Elizabeth Weathers, B.
Yutaki Minochuchj, B.
Leslie Smith, B.
FRANCES BUTLER.
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VAHDEN & SON,
Paris, Ky.
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