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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1922
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
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GIFTS THAT LAST"
, CHILDREN'S COATS
CHILDREN'S COATS AT THE!
I.EADEE. PARIS, &Y.
HUNTING WITHOUT LICENSE
Game Warden A. W. Bullock, of
Paris, arrested Omar Martin, v near
Cynthiana, on a charge of hunting
rabbits without having the proper
license. In spite of all that has
been published regarding what
should be a matter of general
knowledge, there seems to be many
who do not read the papers. Con
sequently, they get nabbed!
Comings and Goings of Some Yon
Know and Others Yon
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.
A Rpsnme of Events In Religions
Circles For Present and
WE WILL OPEN TO RECEIVE
TURKEYS FOR THE THANKSGIV
ING MARKET COMMENCING ON
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13.
BRENT & CO., (Inc.)
(nov7-tf) Both Phones 14.
TRANSFERRED TO CHICAGO
M. C. Browning, who has been in
the office of the General Agent of
the Louisville & Nashville Railroad
Co., in their Cleveland, Ohio, office,
has been transferred to the Chicago
office. The transfer became effect
ive November 1. Mr. Browning
married Miss Helen Frank, of Paris.
He writes THE NEWS ordering his
paper changed from Cleveland to
332 Marquette Building, Chicago.
CONCRETE WORK FINISHED
The east side of Main street,
from Fourteenth to Twentieth,
which has been under construction
by the Louis DesCognets Co., of
Lexington, for some time, has been
completed, and will be opened in
about three weeks for travel. The
west side of the street will be put
in temporary repair at once, but
the laying of concrete will be
postponed until next spring, on ac
count of the approach of winter.
LAST DAY FOR RECEIVING APPLICATIONS
Miss Inez Caudill, Secretary of
the Bourbon County Red Cross,
states that Saturday, December 16,
is the last date on which the Vet
eran's Bureau is authorized to re
ceive applications for vocational
training. For those who want such
training but cannot begin just now
arrangements may be made whereby
they may apply now. and take up
the work within a year.
BOURBON BOY IN EUROPEAN
Miss Martha Tom Bowles, of Mil
lersburg, received a letter last week
from her brother, Pugh Bowles, of
the U. S. Navy, who sailed in Octo
ber from Norfolk, Va., into Russia
and back through the Black Sea, a
distance of 6,092 miles to Constan
tinople, Turkey, and is now on
board one of the ships taking the
refugees to places of safety. On the
way across the ship stopped in Gil
braltar, Spain. The sailors were
given shore leave, and witnessed a
bull fight, so popular in that country.
TO TURKEY RAISERS
WE WILL BE BUYERS OF
TURKEYS THIS SEASON AND
WILL BEGIN RECEIVING AT OUR
FLOUR MILL 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.
THANKSGIVING DONATIONS FOR
Now is the time of year when the
"shut-ins" at the Massie Memorial
Hospital begin to wonder if, in the
midst of the festive Thanksgiving
season, they will be Temembered.
And at the same time those in
charge of the Hospital begin to
wonder if the good people of the
city and county will remember the
larder with donations of good things
to eat. Our people have been very
generous in this respect in the past,
and it is now hoped they will' not
fail at this time. Donations may be
left at any place suitable and con
venient for the donors, with a re
quest that the Hospital authorities
be notified, or, better still, sent di
rect to the Hospital.
The lady members of the Board
of Managers of the institution an
nounce that they are very grateful
for past liberal donations to the
Hospital, and that the citizens of
the city and county will T)e called
upon during the week by members
of the Board for the annual Thanks
giving donations. It is hoped our
people will make their usual liberal
Mrs. Helen Forsythe is visiting
Mrs. Paul Strother, in Mt. Sterling.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Elder have
moved into their new home on Lil-
Mrs. Edna McMillan left yes
terday for an extended visit to
friends in Chicago.
Mason Beasley has returned to
his home near Paris after a visit
to friends in Richmond.
N. B. White has returned to
his home in Knoxville, Tenn., af
ter a visit to friends in Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. James
are visiting Mrs. James' sister. Mrs.
Crittenden W. Young, in Owings
ville. Miss Annabelle Ward, of
Paris, was a recent guest of her sis
ter, Miss Adaline Ward, in Rich
mond. Mrs. Edgar Hill and Mrs. Ben
DeGaris. of Georgetown, attended a
family reunion in this city last
Mr. and Mrs. William Shire
and babe have returned from a visit
to Mrs. Shire's parents, in New
Miss Margaret Saunier, of Lex
ington, spent the week-end in
Paris as guest of Misses Margaret
Doyle and Mary Gorey.
R. P. Dow is seriously ill at his
home on Main street, opposite the
Windsor Hotel, and slight hopes
are entertained for his recovery.
The membership drive for the
Bourbon County Red Cross Chap
ter which was to have begun Sat
urday, has been postponed for a
Mrs. C. A. Teller, after a visit
of several weeks with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Price, in this
city, will leave to-night for her
home in Chicago.
Mrs. T. E. Jerles, of Paris, un
derwent an operation for removal of
tonsils yesterday morning, perform
ed at the Massie Memorial Hospital,
by Drs. Kenney & Stoeckinger.
Superintendent J. A. Morrison,
of the L. & N., and family, have
leased the home of Mrs. Edna Mc
Millan, on Stoner avenue, to which
they will move about November 15.
J. J. Veatch, District Superin
tendent Central Home Telephone
and Telegraph Co., leaves this after
noon on a business trip to Louis
ville. Mr. Veatch will return
Mrs. Overton Harber enter
tained at her home in Richmond Sat
urday with two tables of bridge in
compliment to Mrs. Benjamin For
sythe Buckner, of Paris, who has
been visiting relatives there.
Mrs. Carl Crawford, who has
has been a patient at the Massie Me
morial Hospital for several weeks,
following an operation for removal
of tonsils, has returned to her home
on Pleasant street. Mrs. Crawford
is improving slowly.
Miss Elizabeth Ratliff, of Ir
vine, who has been a guest of her
sister, Mrs. George K. Redmon, at
! their home on Cypress street, left
this morning for a visit to Miss
Louise Lacy, in Owingsville, before
returning to her home.
Mrs. L. B. Purnell entertained
Saturday evening with a turkey
supper at her home at the corner of
Seventh and High streets. The
guests for the hospitality were Mr.
and Mrs. Purnell, Miss Rebecca
Purnell, Ewell Renaker, Louis Tay
lor and Will A. Hill.
The regular weekly meeting of
the Bourbon County Woman's Club
will be held in the new Community
Service House, at the corner of
Broadway and High, to-morrow
(Wednesday) afternoon, at 2:30
o'clock. One of the most inter
esting programs of the season will
Rev. Arthur Fox, former pastor
of the Paris Baptist church, now in
charge of the congregation of the
Baptist church at Mayfield, Ky.,
preached last night in the Paris
church to his former congregation,
at seven o'clock.
With the services Sunday night,
the revival meeting which has been
in progress at the Presbyterian
church for the past three weeks,
came to a successful close. The
closing service was attended by one
of the largest audiences that has
gathered in the church since the
inception of the meeting. Rev. Dr.
Thacker was in fine voice, and his
eloquence attested the quality of
the message he had to deliver. His
hearers attested their appreciation
of the speaker by giving him their
undivided attention. The musical
part of the services was in the
hands of T. B. Roddy, song leader,
with the assistance of a specially
trained choir. A feature of the
Sunday afternoon program was the
mass meeting for men and boys,
when Dr. Thacker delivered an in
teresting address on the subject,
"What Constitutes a Fool."
At the morning service Dr.
Thacker took for his subject, "Man
Essentially Religious," which he
treated in a broadguage manner.
At the evening service his subject
was "The Philosophy of Living,"
pronounced by all who heard it to
have been a masterpiece of elo
quence and thought.
Dr. and Mrs. Thacker left Mon
day afternoon for North Carolina.
Mr. Roddy leaves this morning. Dr
Thacker will hold his next meeting
in Gastonia, N. C. During the
meeting here there were 650 cards
signed by Christians reconsecrating
their lives, 29 cards signed signify
ing the purpose to transfer church
membership to some of the churches
of Paris, 39 signed cards making a
confession of faith in Jesus Christ
as their Saviour. Those of this
number who wish to unite with the
Presbyterian church will be re
ceived at the morning service next
Sunday. Those who wish to unite
with the other churches will make
arrangements with the pastors of
these churches for their recaeption.
MINISTER ACCEPTS CALL
The Order of Eastern Star, No.
167. will give a dance in the Ma
sonic Temple, Wednesday evening,
November 24. The hours will be
from 8:30 to 1:00. Music for the
dancers will be furnished by
Bishop's Orchestra. Admission will
be by card presented at the door.
Hamilton College Notes in the
Lexington Herald: "At the annual
class elections Miss Anne Caywood
Talbott, of Paris, was chosen as a
member from the second years High
School class Mrs. W. A. Thom-
ason, of near Paris, visited her
daughter, Miss Frances Thomason,
Saturday, and took her and her
guests, Misses Winifred Davis,
Snow Justice and Lucy Justice, to
dinner, and to the Centre College
Kentucky University football
(Other Personals on Page 3)
Rev. Louis S. Gaines, of Spring
field, Ohio, to whom the congrega
tion of the Paris Baptist church re
cently extended a call to become
their pastor, has formally accepted
the call. He will succeed Rev. Ar
'thur Fox, who some tme ago re
signed the pastorate to accept the
pastorate of the Mayfield, Ky., Bap
Rev. Mr. Gaines has for the past
three years been assistant pastor of
the First Baptist church at Spring
field, Ohio. He was for four years
the Ohio State Secretary of the
Baptist Young Peoples' Union and
was at one time a missionary work
er in Southern Indiana.
The new pastor received his ed
ucation at Dennison University and
at the Southern Baptist Semiilary at
Louisville. He is married and has
an infant child. Rev. Gaines has
occupied the pulpit of the Paris
church several times since the res
ignation of Rev. Arthur Fox, and at
a business meeting of the members
of the church received his call to the
Paris pastorate. He and his fami
ly will move to Paris mmediately.
WAR MOTHERS, ATTENTION!
Remember our rummage on edi
ble sale Friday and Saturday, No
vember 17 and 18, in the Wilson
Building, at corner of Main and
Third streets. All donations from
the public will be appreciated.
NOTICE TO LADIES
Hemstitching, Pleating and But
tons made to order; the new French
Hemstitching; Singer Sewing Ma
chine Office, Fifth Street.
MRS. R. B. DICKERSON.
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.
Visit Our Store
When in Need of Ladies',
Misses7 and Children's
Special Bargain Week Prices.
See and Save at
Twin Bros.Dept. Store
GHAS. S. GOLDSTINE
Corner Seventh and Main Street!
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 at
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THE JT. HINTON CO.
EITHERPHONE 3 PARIS, KENTUCKY SIXTH AND MAIM
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