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THE BOURBON MEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
"" TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, HJ
Utereitiiig Hews Items Prom Bour
bon County's College Town
Tke ladies of the Methodist
-churoii will have a Thanksgiving
sale Saturday, November 25.
Rev. Gr. W. Nutter has accept
ed tke call to continue pastor of the
Cfcrtsftan church for an indefinite
ICillersburg1 was well repre
sented at the memorial exercises in
rParis, Saturday. Quite a number
froui the gckools and citizens were
Dr. W. G. Dailey and Mrs.
Dafler are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Joe Miller, and Mr. Miller, in
Richard Metcalfe, student of
X. ., Lexington, was the week-end
gmest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Metcalfe.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Strode and
son, Alfred, and Mrs. A. C. Ball
have returned from a visit with
relatives in Maysville.
The Woman's Missionary So
ciety of Christian church, will hold
:their regular meeting "Wednesday
-afternoon with Mrs. T. D. Judy.
Mrs. B. Norton and Miss Betsy
Spenoer, of Lexington, and Mr. H.
"Norton, of Carlisle, were guests
Sunday of Miss Nannie Burroughs.
Mr. Eugene Nutter, who has
"been at home with his parents, Rev.
G. W. Nutter and Mrs. Nutter, for
two weeks, left this week for Cin
cinnati. Dr. C. B. Smith, H. C. Cur
Tent, S. C. Carpenter, A. S. Best,
went to Louisville Saturday and
witnessed the Centre-Washington
and Lee football game.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Christian church will have an all
day meeting Thursday with Mrs.
"'Mary Huffman. All members are
requested to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jefferson.
"Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Grimes, Mr.
and Mrs. L. T. Vimont, have re
turned from Eminence, where they
"were members of a house party en
tertained by Mr. and Mrs. T. R.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Christian church will have a
Christmas bazaar, December 2S, of
fancy works and edibles. They are
also prepared to take orders for
cakes and edibles for your Thanks
Col. W. R. Nelson and the
cadets, of Millersburg Military In
stitute, had a prominent place in
"the parade at the dedicatory exer
cises of the Memorial Building in
"Paris, November 11, and in the af
ternoon attended the Alamo Thea
tre. Prof. W. P. Johnson, Mrs.
Johnson and children, Virginia
"Bedford, Emily and Frederick Fish-
er Johnson, of Bagdad, Ky.. were
week-end guests of Dr. C. C. Fisher
and Mrs. Fisher. Professor and
aBiVwd it m-im
When Cool Days
be prepared with a new
Raglan sleeves, belt all
around; in light and
$18 to $55
If you come and see us
you will never regret it.
Price & Co.
Mrs. Johnson were former members
of the faculty of Millersburg Col
lege. Mrs. Johnson before her
marriage was Miss Roth.
The Epworth League members
of the Methodist church entertain
ed Thursday evening in the Sunday
School room of the church, with a
"Tacky Party." The guests were
the faculty, Juniors and Seniors of
M. M. I.. Millersburg College, and
Millersburg High School, and
Christian Endeavor of the Presby
terian church. The guests wore all
kinds of customs, Marjory Howard
winning first prize for the tackiest
costume, Paul Eckler, as the best
impersonator, representing Charlie
Chaplin, Col. W. R. Nelson, Mr.
Bonar and Mrs. W. M. Miller, act
ing as judges. After the grand
march the guests were seated and
hot chocolat" and sandwichs wpre
served. Several games were played
and enjoyed by the one hundred and
twenty-five guests present.
The, marriage of Miss Minnie
Sanders, of Millersburg, and Mr. J.
F. Dalzell of Bourbon county, was
solemnized at the home of the offi
ciating minister, Rev. 0. B. Crock
ett, pastor of the Paris Methodist
church. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanders, the
bridegroom the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Dalzell. The bride wore a
suit of blue broadcloth, hat and
gloves to match. Immediately af
ter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Dal
zell came to Millersburg as guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Leggett.
Mrs. W. D. Mclntyre was hos
tess to about eighteen friends with
a noon luncheon Friday in honor
of Mrs. H. Kerby. After the lunch
eon a unique feature of the even
ing was the making of a complete
outfit of crepe paper for the guest
of honor. The beautiful gowns,
hats and coats were fine imitations
of the latest models of the present
styles. The house decorations were
white and yellow chrysanthemums
The football game that was to
have been played on Saturday. No
vember 11, has been postponed un
til Wednesday, November 29. Four
of the regular backfield men of the
M. M. I. team weie either sick or
injured, and the Carlisle team
agreed to the postponement under
these conditions. A game of foot
ball has been arranged with the
Kentucky Military Institute to be
played in Millersburg on November
24. As this is the fust time the two
teams have- met in Millersburg and
they being the only two military
schools in Kentucky, a good game
is expected. The alumni is making
this a real home-coming day for
former students and graduates. The
two teams seem to be evenly match
ed this year and a hard fight will
no doubt be required for either
team to win. On Saturday, Novem
ber 18, at 2:30 p.' m.. M. M. I. boys
will play the gridiron warriors
from the Lexington Model Hi
School. November 10 Picadome
High School football team of Fay
ette county defeated the M. M. I.
here 6 to 0. The features of the
game were the 30 and 55 yard runs
made by Williams and Cooke, re
spectively, of the Picadome eleven.
The visitors' marker came in the
third period when Price went
through the Millersburg line for a
touchdown, Cook failing to kick
A Eecord of Dan Cupid's Doings A
The Days Go By
A marriage license was issued
from the office of County cferk
Pearce Paton to Clarence Phillips,
twenty-one, and Miss Ella Wagner,
twenty-one, both of Nicholas
The marriage of Mrs. Sallie
Bishop, seventeen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Stitt, of Nicholas
county, and Jesse Jones, twenty-five
'son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Jones, of
Bourbon county, was solemnized at
the court house in Cynthiana.
County Judge W. W. Vanderen per
forming the ceremony.
WA' ! NER P r.A . tt'3
The marriage of Miss 171a
Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Wagner, and Clarence Phil
lips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmr
Phillips, all of Nicholas countv,
was solemnized Saturday afternoon
at five o'clock, in the private office
of County Judge George Batterton,
in the court house. Rev. O. B.
Crockett, pastor of '.he Paris Meth
odist church, official The groom
is a young larmer of nea Carlisle.
Following the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Phiilirs ruruvd to their
home near Carlisle.
Life Is But A Brief Span, A Debt
That All Must 2ay
Walter Gilson. aged sixty-four,
died at his home in Lexington, Sat
urday night after a long illness. He
had been an engineer on the Louis
ville & Nashville for forty years.
Mr. Gilson is survived by his wid
ow, Mrs. Margaret Gilson, two
daughters, Mrs. Edward Gilchrist,
whose husband was at one time in
partnership in the plumbing busi
ness in Paris with Thos. W. Spicer,
and three sons, Walter, Alvin and
The funeral was held at the fam
ily home in Lexington yesterday af
ternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, with ser
vices conducted by Rev. Hayes
Farish. The interment followed on
the famjly lot in the Lexington
LITTLE BOCK ITEMS
Miss Elizabeth Burris, of
Transylvania College, spent the
week-end at home with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Burris.
Miss Roxie Pope, of Cincinnati,
spent several days last week as
guests of B. F. Hopkins and family,
in this vicinity.
Miss Esther Harris spent the
week-end in Lexington as guest of
her brother who is a student at the
University of Kentucky.
The following were recent vis
itors in Lexington: C. R. Wallace,
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and Miss
Mrs. T. D. Bentley and son,
Marshall, spent several days the
past week in Paris with Dr. and
Mrs. F. P. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Mc
Cullough, of Middletown, Ohio, are
receiving congratulations upon the
arrival of a fine baby girl, weighing
eleven pounds, at their home. The
.little one has been chirstened Mary
Jane McCullough. Mrs. McCul
lough was formerly Miss Carrie Mae
Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Spencer Johnson, of North Middle
town, this county.
Relatives and friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Rexford Lyons have re-
fceived news of the arrival of a lit
tle son at their tome on Madison
avenue, in Covington. The voung
man has been named Resford Price
Lyons, in honor of his father and
mother. Mrs. Lyons e formerly
Miss Stella Price, daughter of Mr.
and Mr?. Ambrose Price, of Paris.
If a man does not want to be
crowded, he should fit himself for
a job well towards the top.
The outlook for safety is improv
ed when folks look out at the rail
Representatives from the Bour
bon county Odd Fellows lodges will
go to Eminence, Thursday, to take
part in the initiation of a class of
twenty-five candidates. The occa
sion will be made a gala (lav in
honor of the election of J. C. llei
burn, of Eminence, to the office of
Grand Master for tae coming cai.
Twenty members of P. I. McCar
thy Council, Knights of Columbus.
Paris, went to Falmouth, Sunday
afternoon, and were guests of the
Falmouth K. of C. Council. After
assisting in ini'tiation work, a so
cial session was held. The Paris
Knights reported the Falmouth K.
of C. as being live wires and prince
The Pythian Sisters, womans'
auxiliary of the Knights of Pyth
ias, will hold their social session on
Thursday night, November 23, the
regular meeting night of Rathbone
Lodge. K. qf P. All members are
requested to bring their wives,
daughters or sweethearts. Hon.
Harry Schobert, Grand Representa
tive to the Supreme Lodge K. of P.,
is expected to be present and de
liver an address. The Grand Chief
of the Pythian Sisters is also ex
pected. After the program is com
pleted refreshments will be served.
BAD TIME TO HUNT GOVERN
27c, war tax 3c...uUb
CHILDREN 1 nA
No tax IUC
18c, war tax 2c...Uo
Buy Book Tickets
. 5 Tickets
On Sale at Box Office
"OUR LEADING CITIZEN" - Thos. Meighan
And an All-Star Cast, including
THE0D0EE EOBEBTS, LOIS WILSON, GUY OUVEE
The comedy-drama knockout of the season! Written by George Ade.
story of real American life brim full of clean romance and fun.
ALSO MUTT AND JEFF AND CENTUEY. COMEDY
A swift-moving American
in "Her Husband's Trademark"
Dressed to look like a loilliion dollars, so that the world would think her husband" prosperous
A romance stamped with the purple seal of luxury and life.
Extra added attraction
JIMMY AFBEEY IN "THE TENDEEF00T
MARION DAVIES "Beauty's Worth"
A Laugh From Start to Finish.
A Blazing Society Beauty, who thought she could live without love.
ALSO COMEDY AND MOVIE CHATS
Music By "The Grand Trio"
ROMANTIC MARRIAGE OF NEWS
The "thirty," which Miss Elea
nor Wood wrote to her journalistic
career at Ashland was the shortest
story she had ever turned in, yet
her own romance was the subject.
"Married," said a note penned at
her desk when she stopped on the
way to a train for Maysville. Mere
details, which another reporter had
to dig were that this fair daugh
ter of a Maysville banker, who
came to Ashland a month ago sure
that newspaper work was her voca
tion, had been married to James S.
Moose, Jr., Little Rock, her sweet
heart at the University of Missouri,
who had come to visit her and
wouldn't subscribe to any of her
theories about a "career." He is
in the cotton-oil business in Ar
kansas. The suprise which the
marriage, afforded extended even
to the parents of the principals.
REAL ESTATE DEALS
W. R. Moore and Patterson
Moore, of Lexington, have purchas
ed from J. W. Thacker, the 380
acre farm on the Paris and George
town pike, known as the Hatcher
place. This is one of the finest
farms in this section and has a
handsome ten-room brick house
and good barns. The purchasers
will get possession March 1, and
will move to that place. The pur
chase price was not announced.
A. B. Harney, of Cynthiana,
sold this week for Mrs. Robert
Padgett her farm of forty-six
acres, located on the- pike between
Jones' Shop and Ruddles Mills, to
Ed. Kennedy, of Bourbon county,
for a prica not given out for pub
lication. During "boom" times
this farm sold twice, once for $13,
000, and again for $I5,000, and
was finally returned. This time it
brought considerably less, though a
good price for the times.
NEW HOUSE FOR SALE
NEW 7-R00M HOUSE COM
PLETE, HAS BATH, GAS, ELEC
TRIC LIGHTS, LOCATED ON
NORTH CLIFTON AVENUE.
BOURBON LUMBER CO.
Poets lack imagination hpnaiiao
'the gossips and fishermen use un all
f the visible supply.
The number of civil service em
ployes on the Government rolls
(exclusive of Army,. Navy, Marine
Corps, and legislative employees)
is now 559,663, the smallest num
ber since the United States entered
the war. At the time of the armis
ice, November 11, 1918. the number
was 917,760. The number of sepa
rations in the last four years has
The civil service employees in
Washington number 68,718. Sepa
rations in Washingtion, the chief
center for Federal employees, are
proceeding at the rate of 400 per
At the beginning of the war there
were 40,000 employees in Washing
ton. Because of war activities the
number jumped to 117,760. The
reduction has been slow, and the
figure never will be so low as it
was in 1916, because of the new ac
tivities of the Government as a re
sult of the war. The chief addi
tions have been in the Treasury De
partment and in the Veterans' Bu
reau. There will be further re
ductions in the forces of the War
Departmenil the Navy Department,
the United States Shipping Board,
the Railroad Administration, and
the Alien Property Custodian's
Ofilce. It is thought that 60,000
clerks will be the level finally to be
reached in Washington and 475.000
for the natdon.
Every year to the Shoe-buying public of
this town and vicinity. WE SELL
QUALITY FOOTWEAR in all the new
est novelties but at MUCH LESS in price.
Come This Week
and see the marvelous values on sale and
YOU WILL BE CONVINCED! &&g
Amazing Values Shoes and
Slippers at a Great Saving !
Special offer Ladies' newest novel
ties in beaded Satin Slippers, Tan
and Patent Oxfords, Tan Lace
Boots, Goodyear welted soles, rub
ber heels; $6.00 values, on saleA AT
now only.. .. . JJ.UU
Sale of Ladies' and GrQwing Girls'
Tan Boots; all solid leather, onf a ap
sale at .. .J.jjQ
Ladies' $5.00 Patent Lace Oxfords, a jr
rubber heels, on sale at A AJl
Ladies' Oxfords and Comfort Shoes,
tip or plain toes; $3.00 values,fl a A
Special at Jl.UU
School Shoe SpecialSave
Misses' and Children's .Tan .Lace
Boots, rubber heels, $3.d values,
Boys' and Youths' Tan Shoes, onf AA
sale at $2.99 and Jl.UU
Children's $2.00 Tan turn Shoes, 5f 4 Jf
to 8, on sale at lB4ll
Children's $1.50 Kid Button Shoes, flf
4 to 8; special UuC
Men's Shoes, Startling Values
$4.00 and $5.00 values, Tan and
Gun Metal; Goodyear welt soles ;f a fir
on sale at . . JZ.uD
Paris' Greatest Shoe Store
DAN COHEN STAND 336 MAIN STREET
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