THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 11T
COUSIN OF PARIS MAN NEW
Joseph H. Waterfill, first cousin
of T. E. Waterfill, vof the Paris Mill
ing Co., was elected vice-president
of the Citizens Union National Bank
in Louisville, at a meeting of the
Board of Directors held Wednesday.
Mr. Waterfill will continue to actyas
head of the Fourth street branch of
- the bank.
Mr. Waterfill came to Louisville
- in December, 1906, from the Law
renceburg National Bank to take a
position as clerk at the Union Na
tional Bank, then located at Sixth
and Main streets. He filled 'the po
sition of teller, bookkeeper, assist
ant cashier and vice-president.
Upon the merger of the Citizens nd
Union banks the latter part of 1919
he became vice-president of the Cit
izens Union National Bank. In Au
gust, 1919, he was transferred to
the Fourth Street Bank as vice
president and cashier.
LOSES STOCK OF BUTTER
A new 6-room bungalow, in Jan
uary Court. All modern. Apply to
Home Phone 198 or 360.
C. S. Arthur, -traveling represen
tative of a wholesale butter com
pany, left his truck standing in
front of an up-town pool room the
other night, while he was arranging
some business matters with the
proprietor. While this was going on
some sneak thief or thieves relieved
his vehicle of a laTge lot of cream
ery butter, and a wallet, containing
some checks. The loss was discover
ed by Mr. Arthur when he came
out, and was reported to the police.
Payment was immediately stopped
on the checks but the butter was not
recovered. It was stated that a large
lot of it found its way to the coun
ters of local merchants, who did not
know that it had been unlawfully
disposed of. It was stated that a
negro man sold several pounds of
the butter to a local grocer, stating
that it had been given-to "tlim by a
country woman to sell for her. He
disappeared and has not been located.
How fortunate, it is for some peo
ple that they don't have to give a
note at the bank when they borrow
300 Acres Well - Improved Farm
Thursday, January 4, 1 0 a. m.
Having decided to move to town, I will rent publicly, my farm of
300 acres, situated on the Paris and Clintonville pike, about eight
miles from Paris and one mile from Clintonville, and described as fol
Two hundred and twenty-five acres with improvements, consisting
of a 7-room dwelling, bath complete, plenty of water, acetylene lights,
garage, buggy house, ice house, barns and all other buildings usually
found on an up-to-date farm. -
The land is to be cultivated as follows:
(1) 35 acres to plowed from old bluegrass sod for corn.
(2) 5 acres for tobacco, also plowed in bluegrass sod.
(3) 100 acres in new timothy meadow.
(4) 40 acijes in rye and grass; the balance in bluegrass. .
Also 75 -acres at Clintonville, 35 acres of which is in meadow, and
40 acres in rye, and grass.
The two tracts will be rented separately and then as a whole.
Terms made known on the premises.
For information r apply to
HARRIS, SPEAKES & HARRIS,
Or S. L. WEATHERS, Owner, Paris, Ky.
Closing Out to Quit Business
Wot having sufficient and suitable room to run my business as
I would like to do, I have decided to close out my entire stock
of goods with all my fixtures not later than February 1, 1923,
as I must vacate the premises on that date. My stock con
sists of numerous items which is needed by, every family, such
as Ladies' and (rents' Furnishings and Notions, several pieces
of Furniture, Metal Beds, all new Metal Springs, full size and
half-size, Cotton Mattresses and Pads, Comforts, Blankets,
Trunks, Suit Cases and hundreds of other useful "articles,
which I will dispose of at the mercy of the good public.
Now is your chance to buy goods at your own price.
Sale begins, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, and will continue
not later than January 31. Come early while the stock is complete.
Home Phone 360
627 Main Street
THE BANK OF SERVICE"
We Wish You a
Happy New Year
and hope that nineteen .
- twenty-three may bring
you a full measure of
PROSPERITY AND - '
& Trust Co.
Paris, - - Kentucky
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS
A Bsume of Events v In Religious
Circles For Iresent and
Services at St. Peter's Episco
pal church, Sunday morning at
10:45 o'clock. Sermon and services
by the rector, Rev. Walter S. Cain.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Services will be held at the,, reg
ular hours. The subject of the
morning sermon will be "God Bluff
ing The World." The subject for
the evening hour will be "Character
Witnesses For God." Rev. T. S.
Smylie, the pastor, will preach at
both hours. The session has plan
ned a social visitation of all ths
members of the church. Commit
tees to do the visiting will be ap
pointed Sunday. Mr. Roxie Davis
has consented to act as Chairman".
The visitation will be held the first
Sunday in January. This event
proved to be such a delightful ex
perience to the committees and to
those visited the last time that all
will mark down January 7, the day
of the visitation, as a day to be
looked forward to. Hours of ser
vice: Sunday School 9:30 a. m.;
Christian Endeavor Societies 6:30 p.
m. ; preaching at 10:55 a. m. and
7:15 p. m. Everybody welcome.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. L. S. Gaines, pastor. Sun
day, December 31 Bible School,
9:30 a. m.; Morning Worship,
10:45 a. m., subject: "At Ease In
Zion;" B. Y. P. U. meeting, 6:00
p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:00 p. m.,
subject: "Four Great Things in
1924;" Mid-week Service, 7:30
Wednesday night, Sixth Psalm
Sunday School at 9:30 Sunday
morning. Morning worship at
10:45. The pastor, Rev. W. E. Ellis,
will preach at both services on Sun
day, and special music will be given
by the choir; Christian Endeavor at
6:00 p. m.; evening services at 7:00
p. m. ; prayer meeting on Wednes
day evening at 7:00, o'clock.
Thirty-eight baskets were filled
and sent out on Christmas evening
by the Sunday School children.
C0L0EED WOMAN SUICIDES
While in a delirious state, super
induced by illness, Cynthia Taylor,
colored woman of Millersburg, left
her honte at midnight Tuesday and
suicided by leaping from the rail
road bridge into Hinkston creek.
The body was found several hours
later by a searching party. A, jury
composed of W. A. Butler, A. C.
Ball, David Cassity, F. A. Herbert,
D. E. Clarke and G. S. Allen, sum
moned by Coroner Rudolph Davis,
returned a verdict in accordance
with the factis.
THE SALVATION ARMY APPEAL
Have you madq your donation to
the Salvation Army Home Service
Appeal Fund? If not, you can do so
by sending it to Buckner Woodford,
treasurer, or to Mayor E. B. Janu
ary, chairman of the appeal.
If there ever was a worthy orga
nization the Salvation Army surely
is. Wei should be very grateful for
what the Army did for our boys
during the world war, This work
should be encouraged.
We should not fall down on the
appeal. There is no telling when we
may need the good offices of the Sal
vation Army again.
Chas. Mohr, the Field -Guide of
the Salvation Army, again warns the
people against impostors, pretend
ing to be members of the Salvation
Army, who work especially on court
days in Central Kentucky.
Extra nice White Holland Toms.
R.. F. D. 2, Paris, Ky.
(29-3t) Cumb. Phone 57.
As administrator with the will
annexed of Mrs. Lillie B. Clark, the
undersigned will, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1923,
at the Court House door, Paris, Ky.,
about the hour of 11 a. m., expose
tto public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, the following shares of
bank stock, to-wit:
Four shares of Bourbon-Agricultural
Bank & Trust Company.
Two snares of Peoples-Deposit
Bank & Trust Company.
Said sale will be made on a credit
of four months, purchaser to exe
cute bond with good surety to be ap
proved by the undersigned, bearing
interest from date," or purchaser may
BANK & TRUST CO.
Admr. with the will annexed of
''Mrs. Lillie B. Clark
M. F. KENNEY, Auctioneer.'
AN APBMMCIA TION
BYTHM , s
"HOUSE OF QUALITY''
- . .
At this season of the year
when one is reminded of the
fact 1922 is about finished, we
desire to take this occasion to
express our appreciation of the
many courtesies extended dur
ing the year, and the pleasure
it has been to be associated with
you in a business way.
Your loyalty and kindly co
operation is a valued asset for
which we owe you
OUR SINCERE THANKS
SHIRE & FITHIAN
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$1.00 Men's Shirts "and Drawers cut to 75C
$1.50 Men's Shirts and Drawers cut to , $1.15
$2.00 Men's Shirts and Drawers cut to . $1.50
$2.50 Men's Shirts and Drawers cut to $1.75
Cash Only Q Approvals
R. P, WALSH
7th and Main, . One-Price Store , Paris. Ky.
i Home Phone 448 Cumb. Phone 806
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