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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29,1922
THE BOURBON NEWS JPARIS, KENTUCKY
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"GIFTS THAT LAST"
C0NG1ESSMAN CANTRILLS CARL
FOR GOVERNOR
On page six of this issue will be
found a three-column statement
ifrom Congressman J. Campbell Can
trill, in a formal announcement of
his candidacy for the office of Gov
ernor of Kentucky. It will tie found
very interesting reading to all in
terested in State politics.
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POPLIN TRANSFERRED
PERSONALS
Comings and Goings of Some You
Know and Others Ton
Dont.
. E. L. -Poplin, who was formerly
agent for the Kentucky Central Life
Insurance Company, at this point,
and who was transferred to Car
lisle and then to Georgetown some
time ago, has again been transfer
red to the Carlisle office. He will
take up his duties on January 1.
He will succeed Mr. Butcher, who
will return to duty in the Louisville
office.
COAL TRAINS COLLIDE
Three freight cars were derailed
and an engine injured considerably
when two freight trains collided in
the Louisville & Nashville South
Paris yards. No one was injured
and there was no interruption of
traffic. The accident occurred near
the switch located about two hun
dred yards south of the coal chute.
The rails were twisted by the
wrecking engine in an effort to pull
the cars back on the track, but the
damage was soon repaired.
!"-' GREETINGS
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We want to thank our customers
for their loyal support in the past
year. We feel that your confidence
has inspired us to try to always
have the bestt and to give you all
of the service possible for your
money. We promise to maintain
the same quality or better in the
luture and ask your continued val
ued patronage.
Touts for -Business,
$r CHAS. P. COOK.
MODERN HOME IN BEST PART OF
TOWN AT PUBLIC SALE
DO NOT OVERLOOK THE SALE
OF MRS. LAURA BAYLESS' HOME
PLACE AT THE CORNER OF
PLEASANT STREET AND DUNCAN
AVENUE, ON WEDNESDAY, JAN
UARY 3, 1923, AT 10 A. M. SHARP.
ALSO HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
JOHN T. HEDGES,
Executor of the Estate of Mrs. Laura
Bayless.
GETS HIS WISH
One Paris youth expressed a
rather original and unique wish
during the pre-Christmas season,
which he found gratfied when he
awoke Christmas morning. This
young American, Grover Baldwin,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover
Baldwin, of Higgins avenue, sent a
note to Santa Claus couched in the
following language:
"Dear Santa Claus: Mips Lizzie
wants us all to have Bibles, and I do
wNish you would bring me one."
When young Baldwin arose early
Christmas morning he found among
the many other things left by an
obliging Santa Claus, a handsome
Bible.
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W00DR0W AND "TOPPY" CELEBRATE
Two geat men, former President
Woodrow Wilson, of Washington,
and "Toppy" Theodore Nix, of
Paris, have the distinction of having
been born on the same day, Decem
ber 28, sixty-six years ago. Both
celebrated the return of their natal
day yesterday in a quiet, orderly
fashion, like good old fellows should.
"Toppy," as has been his custom,
sent a warm greeting to the former
President, congratulating him upon
having had the rare good luck of be
ing born on the same day as he was,
and wishing him many happy re
turns of the day. Both are semi
invalids, but both happy in being
alive, and both asking nothing bet
ter than being allowed to rest in
the friendship of the great common
people.
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CAMPAIGN FOR BETTER MORALS
Mrs. Nathalia I. Potter, of West
Frankfort, 111., was in Paris several
days this week, in the interest of
the campaign for Better Morals.
Mrs. Potter delivered a short ad
dress at the Grand Opera House
Tuesday night, outlining briefly the
objects of the campaign in which
she is engaged.
During her stay she ' solicited
U contributions to help in prosecuting
the work, which she is undertaking
as an individual and not under the
auspices of an organization, being
very successful in securing funds
here.
Mrs. Potter has lecturedv and
worked in all the large cities of
America, in the interest of a higher
standard of morals, and for the
moral uplift and betterment of wo
men in particular. From Paris she
went to Lexington, which will be
the scene of 'her efforts for several
fcys.
Mrs. L. M. Tribble was a guest
of relatives in Carlisle Christmas
Day.
Mrs. Roy Turner, of Paris, at
tended the funeral and burial of
Mrs. Margaret Irvine, in Winches
ter. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McClana
han, of Paris, are spending the hol
idays as guest of relatives in Flem
ingsburg. Mrs. Clay Sutherland and chil
dren, of Paris, are visiting her fa
ther, Clayton Strode, and family, in
Winchester.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Orr and
family, of Louisville, are guests of
his brother, Dr. James A. Orr, and
Mrs. Orr, in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos S. Roberts
and family have moved from Bour
bon county to the Qunicy Ward
farm near Cynthiana.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hughes
have returned to their home in Car
lisle, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
John Young, in this city.
Miss Fannie Williams has re
turned from Versailles, after spend
ing the Christmas holidays with her
sister, Mrs. James L. Lisle.
N. Ford Brent and son, Ned,
have returned from a visit during
the Christmas holidays to Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Wallace, in Versailles.
Robert Gorey, of Birmingham,
Ala., 'formerly Master Mechanic for
the L. & N. in Paris, is here as a
guest of his brother, E. H. Gorey,
and other relatives.
Percy Reed, of Paris, and Gov.
Bowen, of Winchester, left yester
day for a trip through the South,
putting on amateur minstrel and
dramatic entertainments.
Miss Mollie Allen, of Lexing
ton, has been at the bedside of her
father, D. S. Allen, of near Paris,
who is a patient at the Massie Me
morial Hospital, in this city.
Mrs. Evelyn Henry, of Akron,
Ohio, and Mrs. Lillian. Traugott, of
Lexington, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Harris, and Mrs. Eva
Dimmitt, at their home on Walker
avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Gary
and Mrs. Joseph Perry have return
ed to Lexington after a visit dur
ing Christmas to Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
B. Woodford and Mrs. Alex Duke,
on Higgins avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Humphrey
entertained at dinner Christmas
Day, the following men from the Y.
M. C. A. dormitory: E. E. Brown,
Clarence White;, D. Y. L. Farley,
Luczynski and Lester Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodford Spears,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spears, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Spears and Miss
Elizabeth Spears, will leave in Jan
uary for Eustis, Florida, to spend
the remainder of the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Davis and
son, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., and Miss
Gertrude Lusk, of Louisville, are
guests during the holidays at the
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert E. Lusk, on Twelfth street.
Miss Sadie Fuller and Mr. Rob
ert Neal, of Paris, attended the
thirty-second marriage anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Neal, at
their country home near Mt. Olivet.
A bountiful dinner was served the
guests.
Raymond Stamler, who is at
tending school in Cincinnati, spent
Christmas Day in this city with his
mother, Mrs. Harry Stamler, at her
apartments on Duncan avenue. Mr.
Stamler will return to-morrow for a
longer visit.
Mr. Estill came through in his
automobile from Frankfort, to see
his aunts, Mrs. Laura Estill and
Mrs. Lavinia Estill Chenault Cun
ningham, and is coming back again
soon with his father, Col. Wallace
Estill, a farmer near Frankfort,
Kentucky. H Contributed. )
Miss Frances Ann Steenbergen
entertained informally with a six
o'clock dinner Tuesday evening at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Steenbergen, on Pleas
ant street. The hospitality in
cluded twelve of her friends.
Charles "Tessie" Thomas has
returned from the South, where he
spent the past season with the Lit
tlejohn Carnival Company. Luke
Connelley, son of Mrs. John McGin
ley, who accompanied Mr. Thomas,
remained in Atlanta, where he has
secured a nice position. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Sanford and
Miss Nellie Holt have returned "to
their homes in Louisville, after
spending the Christmas holidays
with Mrs. Ben Holt, on Mt. Airy.
Harry Holt, who has been a guest of
his mother, left Wednesday for his
home in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sparks,
of near Paris, had as guests during
the holidays Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Switzer, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Switzer and son, of Cynthiana, Mr.
and Mrs. Jos. P. Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Talbott Evans, of Scott county,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Shropshire and
Harold Shropshire, of the county.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Helm
Clay entertained with a family re
union at their home on Eighth
street Christmas Day. The follow
ing were present: Mrs. John T.
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Raymer Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dickson and
little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. William Col
lins (Lexington), John Collins
(Cleveland, 0.), Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
M. Hopkins and son, R. M. Hopkins;
Jr., (St. Louis, Mo.)
Miss Eleanor Lytle is spending
the holidays in Cincinnati guest of
relatives.
Dr. J. A. Stoeckinger has re
turned from a visit to friends and
relatives in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. George Young
have returned from a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. Scott Feeback, in Carlisle.
--Miss Rebecca Purnell is a guest
of Miss Irene Smith, in Cynthiana,
for the remainder of the week.
Frank Reminsrton. Edward
Eales and Mrs. Mayme Remington
Parrish, of Paris, were guests of
Carlisle relatives Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Wha
ley had as guests Tuesday Mr. and
Mrs. William Martin, Misses Pauline"
and Ruth Collins, of Cynthiana.
Miss Lucille Catlett, of Owings
ville, who is at home on a holiday
vacation from Virginia College, is
visiting Mrs. Jesse Turney, near:
Paris.
Ewell Renaker, of Paris, spent
the Christmas holidays as guest of
his son, Wharton Renaker, and his
daughter, Mrs. Rife Hodgkin, in
Winchester.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeFeena
have returned to their home near
Paris, after a visit to the latter's'
mother, Mrs. Louise Hickerson, in
Fleming county.
Mrs. Alice Fisher, Mrs. Wm.
Howard and Miss Mary Fisher have
returned to 'their home in Carlisle
after a visit during the holidays to
relatives in this city.
Dr. and Mrs. Milton J. Stern
entertained with a family dinner at
their home in this city Christmas
Day. The guests for the occasion
were George B. Fishback, of Win
chester; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huff
man and children, and Mrs. Ada
Fishback, of Paris.
The many friends and acquain
tances of Miss Frances Whalen will
be sorry to learn that she is leaving
Paris in January, to make her home
in the future with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Hall, who have
moved to Covington.
Danville Messenger: "Mr. and
Mrs. Brink Coleman Renick, of
Paris, were recent visitors in this
city .... Rev. and Mrs. John J. Rice
had as their Christmas guests Mrs.
Rice's father and brother, Dr. John
T. Brown, and William Marmaduke
Brown, of Paris."
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Allen en
tertained atl their home in Lexing
ton with a beautiful dinner Christ
mas Day in honor of Miss May
Leonard, of Elizabeth, New Jersey,
guest of -Miss Mary Bacon Harrison.
Woodford Buckner, of Paris, was one
of the guests who enjoyed the hos
pitality of the evening.
The following were guests re
cently of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Insko,
in this city, spending a very pleas
ant day: Mr. and Mrs. Hughes
Horn and son, William, Mr. and
Mrs. Rufus Ross,- Mrs. J. H. Tenney
and daughter, Miss Lora Tenney,
Robert Terhune, Misses Ruby and
Lucille Terhune, Winston Robert
son, of Harrodsburg; Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Terhune, of Shelby ville; Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Napier, of Paris.
"Woodholme," the beautiful
home of Mr. and Mrs. James N. W.
McClure, on' Link avenue, was the
scene of a brilliant gathering, who
assembled there to partake of the
hospitality extended by the hosts for
a dinner-bridge. The event was in
compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Clure's house guests, Mrs. Gillette
Hill, of Washington, D. C, Mr. and
Mrs. Logan Hill and Logan Hill,
Jr., of Douglast'on, Long Island, and
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hill, of Lincoln,
Illinois. The home' was beautiful
in its decorations of mistletoe, poin
setta and holly, with the brilliant
lights and' table decorations, all
suggestive of the Yuletide. An elab
orate course luncheon was served,
and at the conclusion of the games
prizes for the highest score were
awarded to Mrs. Dean Hill and to
Dr. Raymond R. McMillan. Mr. and
Mrs. McClure's hospitality included,
in addition to their house guests,
the following: Mr. and Mrs. Mason
Hoagland, Mr. Wright Hoagland,
Mr. James Todd, of Lexington; Mr.
and Mrs. James G. Metcalfe, Mr.
and Mrs. Brinch Meinertz, Mr. and
Mrs. Ewd. F. Prichard, Dr. and
Mrs. Raymond McMillan, Mr. and
Mrs. White Varden, Mr. and Mrs.
Colliver C. Dawes, Mrs. Katherine
Davis Craig, Miss Elizabeth Steele,
Miss Kate Alexander, Miss Elizabeth
Embry, Mrs. C. 0. Hinton, Mrs.
Elizabeth Whitridge Hinton, Mr.
Clarence Thomas, Mr. Charlton (
Clay, Mr. Woodford Buckner and
Mr. N. Ford Brent.
(Other Personals on Page 3)
NEW YEAR'S
GREETINGS
Your valued co-operation has
our deep appreciation, and we
take this . opportunity of wish
ing you .every success during
the coming year.
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Twin Bros. Dept. Store
CHAS. S. GQLDSTINE '
Corner Seventh and Main Streets
PARIS. KY.
Deeds Instead of
Words!
To show our appreciation for the
excellent support accorded us the past
year by our many patrons and friends
We Start Our Greatest
Clearance Sale
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Saturday. December 30th
No man or boy who needs a Suit or Overcoat,
or other apparel for immediate or future use,
can afford to 13t this opportunity pass.
WATCH OUR ADS. FOR BARGAINS
SEE WINDOW DISPLAYS
LEWIS WOLLSTEIN
Twin Bros Clothing and Shoe Department
Cumberland Phone 40 619 Main Street, Paris, Ky. ;
"SAVE AND SMILE"
SEE OUR WINDOWS
POR
REAL CASH BARGAINS
' These are articles we do not care to carry
over and that will be useful or ornamental
for any home.
Brass Candlesticks
Mahogany Candlesticks
Work Baskets
Sewing Stands
Smoking Stands
Book Ends
Pictures
Boudoir Lamps
Fernery
Ash Trays
Picture Frames
Andirons
Door Stops
Brass Coal Buckets
Fruit and Bowl
Vase
Floor Lamps
Phonograph ,,:.'
CALL EARLY
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EITHERPHONE 36 . PARIS, KENTUCKY SIXTH AND MAIM
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