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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1922
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS,. KENTUCKY
unuoirs for state from
A check for $1,216,618 was paid
to the State of Kentucky through
Sheriff Gray by the Fidelity and
Columbia Trust Company in part
settlement of the inheritance taxes
due on the estate of Mrs. Lily Flag
ler Bingham. Payment follows the
decision of the trust company not
to contest further the payment of
-taxes imposed on the estate.
Additional inheritance tax pay
ments of $1,774,000 will be made
shortly, as well as $300,000 ad va
lorem tax, it was -announced.
Total tax payments on the estate
will approximate $4,000,000 when
these installments are met; it is
said. Suits for taxes for 1919 are
pending, as well as for collection of
1920 taxes. The trust company con
tends that the estate had been di
vided by 1919.
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KENTUCKY TRACTION & TER
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Began Business Jan. 3, 1918
Frank P. Kiser, President
S. h. Weathers, Vice Preeldent
W. YTj. Mitchell, Cashier
Jno. W. Terkee, Aee't Caakler
'Dn Peed. Jr., Bookkeeper. . .
JUNE 30, 1921
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The Colonial Dame
Spun her cloth
By Candle flame.
In Crinoline bright,
She greeted her gueits
By Coal Oil light.
And later on,
How time doei put
Her home wai lit
By flickering Gai.
But the girl of to-day
Who wants 'her home bright,
Jnst presses a button
And has Electric light.
Paris G& Electric Co.
Charles Whalen, A; Stanley
Westfall, B; Reynolds Watkins, A;
Mary Worthington, B; Margaret
Snapp, B; Jane Pogue, A; William
Morris, A; Frank Mitchell, A;
Palmer McLean, B; Lawrence
Mazey, B; Ruby Moreland, A; Eva I
Mingu, B; Kate Mann, A; Jeffries
Harlan, Jr., B; Virginia Hill, A;
James Goodman, B; Jack Gaitskill,
Wolford Ew'alt, A; Jas. Day, Jr., B;
Louise Dockenbrode, B; Eugene
Crowder, B; Earl Case,' B; Elizabeth
Cain, A; Henrietta Bedford, A;
Bessie Long Ardery, A.
Miss Lilleston, Teacher.
Arley Arnold, B; Howard Blake,
B; Clay Briggs, B; Roy DeWitt, A:
Dorothy Dodson, B; Harvey Dray,
B; Frances Himes B; Margaret Hon
aker, B; Arvilda Maines, B; Jane
Martin, B; Kenneth Myers, A; Geo.
Phillips, B; Henry Taylor, A; Ethel
Taylor, B; Stella Taylor, A; Robert
Whalen, B; Helen Whitehead, B.
Mrs. Harris, Teacher.
Sallie Blankenship, A; Alvah
Mansfield, A; Lucille Prather, B;
Polly Foster, B; Weslie Nell Frank
lin, B; Marie Schalch, B; Geneva
Flora, B; Mildred Hall, B; Virginia
Roberts, A; David Kennedy, B;
Josephine B. Hume, B; Albert Hin
ton Owsley, B; Charles Tabor, B;
Calvin Harp, B; Raymond Ritchie.
B; Eddie Lee Rowe, B; Harrison
Rankin, A; Edward McCord, A;
Russell Dickey, A; M. B. Layton, A:
Milford Gilvin, A; William Rees,
A9; Merle Carter, Ar Allen Snell, A.
Mary Layton, Teacher.
Walker Bush, A; James Eads, B;
Jim Will Higgins, B; Ruby Hurt, B;
Philip Morton, A; Russell Scott, B;
Raymond Weigott, B.
Sarah S. Johnstone, Teacher.
Jean Allen, A; Wilson Barlow, B;
Billie Blake, A; Martha Chandler,
A; Herbert Cain, A; James Fitz
gerald, A; Martha Ellen Gifford, B;
Arthur Gravitt, B; Helen Kiser, A;
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ville, A; Ruby Morgan, B; Dorothy
McCray, B; Jack Nickerson, A;
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CHRISTMAS HONOR ROLL
PARIS CTY SCHOOLS
Pogue, B; Cecil Smart, B; HiramlEdna Earl Rummans, B; Katie Lee
Elwood Redmon, A; Agnes Sousley,
A Charles Stillwell, B; Dorothy
Jean Violett, B; Wallace Wilson, B;
Dorothy Waterfill, B; Martha B.
Williams, A; Charles Meng, Jr., B.
Lena L. Talbott, Teacher.
' GRADE II
Martha Bohn, A; Susan Hinkle,
B; Robert Gardner, B; Helen Far
mer, B; Hugh Brent, Jr., A; Dorcas
Levy, B; Kenneth Allen, B; Mamie
Lowe, B; Bettie May, A; Mattie May
Sexton, B; Franklin Dryden, B;
Anna Frances Graham, B; Edward
Metcalfe, B; Frances Pendleton, A;
Anna Estill Grinnell, B; Elizabeth
Miss Whaley, Teacher.
Marion Powell, B; John Smits, B;
Earl Jarrett, A; Richard Wills, B;
Henry Gaitskill, B; John Craig, B;
Sterling Dickey, B; Billy Isgrig, B;
Karl Lusk, A; Robert Bramel, A;
Naomi Isgrig, A; Carolyn Bush, A;
Ann Duke Woodford, A; Virellious
Quisenberry, B; Beatrice Eeatotf, A;
Gladys Rion, A; Ethel Morris, ' B;
Mary Low Hume, A; Elmeta Tay
lor, A; Margaret Mastin, A.
Miss Purnell, Teacher.
Delbert Arthur, B; Esther Briggs,.
B; Eddie Fisher, B; Edward Pitts,
B; Margaret Sprake, B; Dorcas Wil
liams, B; Billy Leach, B.
"Mrs. Briggs, Teacher.
Gilber, DeWittt B; Hermia Dray,
A; Frank. Dray, B; Blanche Fried
man, A; Hazel Farris, B; Anna Clay
Hinkle, B; Buckner Hinkle, B;
Claud Harding, B; Aleta Xayton,
A; Burton Mann, B; Samuel Milner,
A; Houston McCord, B; Mildred
Mers, B; Cecil Payne, B; Mildred
Snell, B; James McClure White, B;
Sarah Elizbbeth Whaley, B; Belle
Brent Woodford, B.
Mrs. E. L. Stone, Teacher.
A. C. Adair, A; Logan Allen, B;
Ophan Brooking, A; Anna Bruce
Douglas, B; Ernestine Eads, A; John
Gilkey, B; Elmeta King, A; Edith"
Pennington, A; Rena Rankin, A;
Margaret Thompson, B.
Miss Clark, Teacher.
Elizabeth Greene, A; Davis Hag
gard, A; Luther Violet, A; Dorothy
M. Biddle, A; Lucy Jean Anderson,
A; Edna Lee Evans, A; Tommie M.
Rowland, B; Ruth Harper, B; Par
ker Wornall, B; Lillian Dale, B;
Frances Margolen, B; Walter Cain,
B; Christine Watson, B; Ruth Wat-
son, B; Jack Helburn, B; Mary T.
Faulkner, B; Crichton Comer, B;
James Eades, B; Dessie Worthing
ton, B; Phil Ardery, B.
Miss Brannon, Teacher.
Nell Arnold, A; John Childers, A;
K. Dryden, B; Jack Spratt, A; Eli
zabeth Soper, B; Elizabeth Mastin,
B; Francis Collier, B; Fran
ces Conner, B: Nancy Kiser
B; Ethel Elvove, B; Joe
Hedges, B; Max Martin, B; Hazel
Powell, B; Amos Taylor, B; Alice
Rankin, B; Louise Larkin, B; Mary
June Burns, B.
M. K. Taylor, Teacher.
Ben Beford; James Wilson, Vir
gina Smelzer; Isabel Isgrig; Edna
Sousley; William Huffman; Elmer
Curtis; Dorothy Lilleston; Thelma
Landes; Josephine Ardery; Reuben
Mrs. Fishback, Teacher.
John Craycraft, A; Virginia
Thomas, A; Grace Arnold, B; Arva
Ray, B; Bourbon McCarty, B;
Gladys Davis, B; Sallie Moreland,
B; Laura Craft, B; Estelle Florence,
B; John Allen, B; Rose Mazey, B;
Irvin Ewalt, B; Eleanor Briggs, B;
Winston Ardery, B; Virginia Argo,
B; Edgar Gardner, B; Thomas Par
Miss Rice, Teacher.
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dery, B; Mabel Argo, B; General
Bannister, B; Hazel Bryan, A; Ha
zel Buchanan, A; Prentice Burton,
A; Lucille Christman, B; Louis El
vove, A; Harry Lancaster, A;
Josephine McCord, B; Dorothy Mc
Cord, A; Clarine Rankin, B; Anna
K. Savage, A; Milton Sheeler, B;
Elon Tucker, B; Buckner Wood
Agnes Purnell, Teacher.
Nancy Baldwin, B; Richard But
ler, B; Abram Clough, B; Virgil
Gaitskill, B; Nancy Hancock, B;
Nancy Harris, B; Elizabeth Hinton,
B; Thomas Horine, B; Billy Ken
ney B; Sam Kerslake, B; Vivian
Landis, A; Catherine McNamara, B;
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son, B; Lawrence Mullins, A; Anna
Terry Parrent, B; Bonnie Lee Per
kins, B; Carloyn Ray, B; Carolyn
Reading, B; Sydney Redmon, B;
Sanders, B; Mary Forman Varden,
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Miss Farrell, Teacher.
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A; Thenosha McCord, A; Gladys
Quinn, B; Vivian Smith, A; Eleanor
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A;Dotie Douglas, B.
Mr. Shaw, Teacher.
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Gladys Craycraft, A; Franklin Car
ter, A; Elizabeth Douglas, A; Sal
lie Gordon, A; Julian Howe, B;
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Roy I. Pepper, Teacher.
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ney, A; Graves Patton, A; James
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Miss Ammerman, Teacher.
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Lucile Harbold, Teacher.
FREHMAN II B
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Zerelda Noland, Teacher.
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Reba M. Lockhart, Teacher.
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beth Douglas, B; Elizabeth Mason,
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B; Robert White, B; Frances Clark,
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F. A. Scott, Teacher.
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B; Lilian Alexander, B; EJizabeth
Weathers, B; Leslie Smith, A; Ed
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Francis Butler, Teacher.
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Paris Women Are Finding Re
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JUSTICE AT FRANKFORT
( Courier-Journal )
The action of the Court of Ap
peals in reversing the .Boyd Circuit
Court in four of the Clayhole mur
der cases will be generally com
mended. Shade Combs, Leslie
Combs, French Combs and George
Allen, all Democrats, were tried and
convicted on the testimony of Re
publicans charged with the same
crime, and the Republicans were
held by the Court as exempt from
prosecution on the charge because
they had testified in the cases of
the men placed first on trial. The
lower court is overruled because of
error in its instructions to the jury
and because of error in barring cer
tain evidence for the defense.
The Court of Appeals decided re
cently that the defendants declared
by Judge Halbert exempt from pros
ecution must stand trial. With the
granting of a new trial to the con
victed Democrats, all the defendants
Democrats and Republicans alike,
are placed upon the same plane,
where it is hoped justice will be
done regardless of politics.
There should be no politics in
these proceedings. There was none
in the action of the Appellate
Court, a Republican Justice reading
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"IT WAS MIDNIGHT ON THE
It was midVM on the ocean, N
Not a street "car was in sight;
The sun was shining brightly,
And it rained all day that 'night.
'Twas a summer day in winter,
The snow fell. like glass;
A barefoot boy with shoes on
Stood sitting on the grass, s .
'Twas evening and the rising sun
Was setting in the West,
An$ the little fishes in the trees
Were huddling in their nest.
The rain was pouring down,
The moon was shining bright,
And everything that you could see
Was hidden out of sight.
While the organ peeled potatoes,
Lard was rendered by the choir,
As the sexton rang the dish-rag
Some one set the church on fire.
"Holy Smoke!" the preacher shouted
In the rain he lost his hair,
Now his head resembles Heaven,
For there is no parting there.
IN 1922'S BEST SELLER RACE.
The end of the hectic 1922 best
seller race finds the ranking of the
best sellers to be: This Freedom,
by A. S. M. Hutchinson; Babbitt, by
Sinclair Lewis; The Breaking Point,
by Mary Roberts Rheinhart; Fair
Harbor, by Joseph C. Lincoln;
Rough-Hewn, by Dorothy Canfield;
and the Country Beyond, by James
Oliver Curwood, with Peter B.
Kyne's Cappy Ricks Retires and
several other notable books press
ing closely behind.
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ing the year just closing, and we hope your prosper
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even surpass that of 1922.
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