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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1S22n
THE BflURBON NEWS,, PARIS, KENTUCKY
fatererting Hews Items From, Bonr
bon County's College Town -
Miss Louise Warford, guest of
friends here, is now visiting rela
tives in Lexington.
The members of the Presby
terian church held a banquet at the
church Wednesday night.
Miss N: L. Best, of Nashville,
Tenn., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Best and Mrs. Sallie Miller.
Mrs. C. C. Fisher and daugh
ter, Miss Elizabeth Fisher, have re
turned from a visit with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thaxton
will entertain with . a dinner to
night (Friday) at their home near
Mrs. R. M. White and son, of
Lexington, are guests of Mr. Ed
mond Martin and Mr. and Mrs.
Miss VanHye, of Cleveland,
Ohio, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Wi Saunders, at their home on the
Ruddles Mills road.
Miss Betsey Spencer and Mrs.
E. Norton', of Lexington, are guests
of Dr. H. C. Burroughs, and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. James Miller en
tertained with a dinner at their
country lome on the Maysville.
road, Thursday night.
Miss Olive Fisher and guest,
Miss S?rah Eastbourn, of Connecti
cut, lefts Wednesday for Bowling
Green, Ky., to visit friends. -
Miss Frances Shannon, of TJ.
K., Lexington, and Mr. and Mrs.
Will Kash, of Louisville, are guests
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Allen, Miss
Bush Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan
McMurtry, are guests, of Mrs.
Allen's parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. E. P.
Wood, at Stanford.
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Letton,
entertained vjfith a dinner Monday
at their home near Millersburg.
The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. Letton
Vimont, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thax
ton. Mrs. W. M. Miller was hostess
Tuesday night to a dinner in honor
of her sister, Mrs. R. L. Buffington,
of Columbus, Ohio. The guests
-were: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mcln
tyre, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Best, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Butler, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Tarr, Dr. C. B. Smith, Mrs.
Smith, of this city; Miss N. L. Best,
Nashville, Tenn.: Miss Tattie Hun
ter, Washington, Mason county.
Mrs. C. B. Smith was hostess to
an old-fachioned dinner party Wed
nesday. The guests were: Misses
Lizzie and Leigh Gordon Giltner,
Mrs. R. L. White, Lexington; Mrs.
W. G. McClintock; Mrs. Mattie
Purnell and daughters, Misses Bess
and Agnes Purnell, Paris; Mrs. R.
L. Buffington, Columbus, Ohio; Miss
VanHye, Cleveland, Ohio; Miss N. L.
Best, 'Nashville, Tenn.; Miss Pattie
Hunter, Washington, Mason county;
Mrs. S. C. Carpenter, Mrs. C. Mar
tin, Mrs. W. Saunders, Millersburg.
The Epworth League of the
Methodist church will hold an open
session on Sunday night, December
31, at seven o'clock. A pageant en
titled "The Gift Of Time," will be
presented, with forty-four charac
The regular meeting of the
Twentieth Century Club will .be
held to-morrow (Saturday) after
noon, with Mrs. C. B. Smith -as hos
tess. This will be a business meet
ing, at which the election of officers
to serve during the new year of
1923 will feature.
The funeral of Mrs. Myrtle
Mattox, who died at her home Mon
day after a short illness of ty
phoid fever, was held Tuesday after
noon, at 2:30, with services con
ducted at the grave in the Millers
burg Cemetery. Mrs. Mattox is
survived by her husband, Elva
Mattox, and seven small children.
One of the most enjoyable so
cial events of the holiday season
was the get-together meeting given
Wednesday night in the Presbyte
rian church by members of the Bible
classes. The first part of the meet
ing was held in the Sunday school
room in the church building, with
about one hundred guests present.
Lunch was served in cafeteria
style. Mr. Wm. Mclntyre, superin
tendent of the Sunday school, pre
sided as toatstmaster. Each class
had a representative who gave
a . short talk. Mrs. John Grimes,
representing the ladies' Bible class,
introduced each representajve of the
classes with an "Original poem. Dr.
H. M. Boxley representing the
Mens' Bible class, "Mrs. Elizabeth
Reynolds, ttfe Young. Ladies' class,
Miss Frances Shannon, .the Young
Peoples' class, and Mrs. John Purdy,
the Womans' Auxiliary, made short
talks. Postmaster Thomas Brown
gave a short talk in behalf ofRev.
W. W. Morton, the pastor, and Mis.
Charles Robert Jones, in behalf of
Mrs. Morton. After .the lunch the
guests repaired to the main audito
rium of the building, where the
young people of the church gave an
interesting program of readings and
musical selections. Miss Virginia
Shanklin gave a beautiful solo.
William Medley, aged sixty
eight, died at his home on the lower
I Jackstown pike, Monday night, after
a few days' illness of pneumonia.
The body was taken to Mt. Carmel,
where the funeral and burial was
held Tuesday, with services con
ducted at the grave.
Mrs. Myrtle Garrison Mattox,
wife of Elva Mattox, of near Mil
lersburg, died at her home on the
Headquarters pike, at a late hour
Monday night, after an illness of but
a few days from typhoid fever.
Mrs. Mattox is survived by her hus
band and seven small children.
The funeral was held at Millers
burg Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, with services held at the
grave in the Millersburg Cemetery
by a local minister. The bereaved
family have the sympathy of the en
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Wm. E. Ashley, aged seventy
five, died at the Massie Memorial
Hospital, in Paris, Wednesday af
ternoon, after a short illness. Mr.
Ashley was a farmer by occupation,
but had not been actively engaged
for some time owing to illness. So
far as known he had no relatives in
this immediate vicinity.
The body was prepared for burial,
and was taken to North Middle
town, where the funeral was jheld
at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afterjnqon..
Services were conducted at thq.
grave by Rev. F. M. Tinder,- pastor
of the North Middletown Christian
church. T ,. -
FRIDAY 2 Big Features FRIDAY
MIA MAY in "The Greatest Truth"
A Paramount picture, gorgeous, spectacular, interesting, stupendous, romantic 1,000 people in the
cast a picture artistic in every sqnse, thrilling beyond words, also
WILL RODGERS in "Boys Will Be Boys"
A Goldwyn picture, an Irvin S. Cobb novel, a story that mingles tears and laughter, and leaves
you in a glow of happiness.
SATURDAY '. SATURDAY
William Russell "A Self-Made Man"
A story of - a disinherited son of wealth, who made good with a revenge a charming tale of Wall
Street and Mr. Dan Cupid A Fox production.
WEST IS WEST, a Sunshine Comedy, and PATHE NEWS.
NEW YEARS DAY NEW YEARS DAY
Thomas Meighan, Pauline Stark, Theodore Roberts, Charles Ogle
in "IF YOU BELIEVE IT, IT'S SO"
The greatest drama Meighanv ever made. If you believe it, it's so. A picture that has every in
gredient of entertainment. If you believe it, it's so. Don't miss it.
BOBINSON CBUSOE, MUTT AND JEEF, PATHE EEVIEW.
A Becord of Dan Cupid's Doings As
- vThe Days Go By
Miss Lucille Foreman, of
North Middletown, and Mr. Dallas
Franklin Rupard, of Clark county,
secured marriage license in Win
chester, Tuesday, and were married
Tuesday afternoon at the home or
the officiating minister, Rev. M. P.
' William J Banta, aged v fifty
six, died at his home, J5Q Beft Line
avenue, Lexington, after a long ill
ness, due to a complication of dis
eases. Mr. Banta was born and
reared in Bourbon county, and was
the son of the late Lot and Jane
Wilson Banta. Until a few years
ago when he moved to Lexington to
reside, he had been engaged in
Mr. Banta is survived by - his
widow, Mrs. Rena Banta, two broth-J
ers, Brack Banta, of near Paris, and'
Andy Banta, of Colorado, and by one
sister, Mrs. Jonas Sparks, of Nicho
The furieral was held Wednesday
morning, with services conducted at
the grave in Wilmore Cemetery, by
Rev. Clarke, of Wilmore. The pall
bearers were James Gillispie, Stan
ley Gillispie, Gabe Utterback, Wm.
Wilson, Ben Reed and Edsel May.
$r.tistic settings and excellent act
ing. The story contains much lively
-. r N
? sWith memories of all the great
Pictures vou have seen, nermit us
rfc call your attenion to one which
wjll rank with tne greatest of tnem,
ibodying as it does all of the at-
lbutes which have gone' towards
aking the others great. This is
Thomas JVIeighan's latest Para
mount picture, "If You Believe It,
t's So." This is the powerful and
Convincing story of how a harden
ed city crook was refoimed and
flound love and peace. Told with a
soreness and dir&ctlness which must j
appeal to you, the story is inter
preted by a cast which includes such
popular players as Pauline Stark,
Theodore Roberts, 'Joseph Dowling
and Charles Ogle. At the Alamo"
and Grand Monday afternoon and
night (New Year's Day.)
Mr. and Mrs. James Grinnell
are welcoming the advent of a
daughter;born Wednesday night at
the, Massie Memorial Hospital, in
this 'city. Mrs. Grinnell was for
merly Miss Martha Mattox, of
Paris, a sister of Miss Ina Mattox,
of the Paris Realty Co.
GLAD TO HEAB IT
AUTOMOBILE AND DOG TAGS
of the Season
To oir many old friends and
to the many new ones we
hope to make in the com
bing year, we extend our best
wishes for a Happy and
Prosperous New Year.
Price & Co.
Mrs. Rebecca Sims, of Paris,
and Mr. Everett Thomasbn, if Mil
lersburg, were among the guests
who attended the wedding of Mr.
Alfred C. Parker and Miss Marguer
ite Pogue, which took place Tues
day afternoon, at the home of the
bride, in Maysville, Rev. Dr. John
The bride is a daughter of the
late Henry E. Pogue, well-known
Maysville distiller. Mr. Parker is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Par
ker, of Maysville, and is employed
by tihe United States- Engineering
Corps, at Maysville.
Mr. Mason Sinoot and Miss Lil
lian Morgan, both of Owen county,
were married at . Owenton Friday
morning and immediately afterward
Claude Paxton, formerly fi eight J
ajjeiii. ior tne -Liouisvine & iasn
ville, at this place, and later gen
eral agent for the Chesapeake &
Ohio road, at Mt. Sterling, died at
his home in Ashland, Monday, after
a long illness due to Bright's dis
ease. Mr. Paxton will be well re
membeied here, where he resided
for many years.
Mr. Paxton was a son of the late
Dr. and Mrs. Paxton, pioneer res
idents of Paris. He was a man of
fine character, possessed of an in-
exhaustable fund of humor, and was
well-known" as a vocalist, having a
remarkable fine tenor voice. In the
earlier days of Paris he was a mem
ber of several organizations giving
amateur entertainments in Paris,
and his services were always in de
mand, giving freely of his time and
Mr. Paxton married Miss Addie
Daugherty, of Owingsville, and
leaves one son, Claude Bartlett
Paxton, of Mt. Sterling, and two
brothers. Arch Paxton, of Lexing
ton, and Will B. Paxton, of tfew
York, both of whom were formerly
A called meeting of the Pythian
Sisters will be held to-night (Fri
day) in the lodge room in the Wil
son building, corner of Main and
Thhd streets. All members are re
quested to be present.
THE NEWS acknowledges receipt
of the following letter from -the
Democratic National Committee, at
Washington, D. C:
"Headquarters Democratic National
Committee, Bond Building, Wash
ington, D. C, December 2,3, 1922.
"Ed. THE NEWS, Paris, Ky. '.
"Dear Sir: Greeting and thanks:
In behalf of Cordell Hull, Chairman
of the Democratic National Com
mittee, and for myself, I send yoy.
Christmas greetings and best wishes
for the New Year, with assurances
of our full appreciation of your
valuable services to the Democratic
party in the past.
The automobile tags for 1923 have "Cordially and Faithfully Youn,
been received at the office of County "RICHARD LINTHICUM
Clerk Pearce Paton, and all per- "Director of Publicity."
sons owning machines aie requir
ed by law to license same by the
first day of January, 1923, which is
but a few days off,
Also a supply of dog tax tags are
on hand at the office of the County
Clark, and persons owning dogs are
lequested to purchase tags in the
name of the party who lists them
with the county assessor or tax com
missioner, so that no errors will be j Some men never try to make
A lot of chaps think they are
ckaritable when they give you a
About the only meeting house
some fellows go into is the butcher
made in the annual report to
the bright remarks unless they are "lie
were met at Lexington by, G. L.4
Wainscott, who,, took them on a tour
of the Bluegrass in his machine.
The party lunched at Paris and call
ed on Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rog
ers in Bourbon county, later coming
to Winchester and taking dinner
with Mr. and Mrr W. B. Lindsay.
The party was entertained for the
night by G. L. Wainscott. Mrs.
Wainscott having left Friday morn
ing for AVheville, N. C, where she
isTtaking treatment under Dr. Minor
at his sanitarium, frThe Pines."
The wedding party motored home
Sunday morning to spend the holi
motored to Lexington, accompanied
by Mrs. Smoot's sister, Mrs. Walker in the employ of the L. & N. in this
Morgan, and Mr. Morgan. They j city.
PICTURE PBOGRAM AT ALAMO
' To-day, Friday, December 29
Two big features Mia May, in
"The Greatest Truth;" Will Rogers,
'in "Boys Will Be Boys." The
Grand's Musical Trio.
To-morrow, Saturday, December
30 William Russell, in "A Self
Made Man;" Sunshine comedy,
West Is West;" Pathe News. The
Grand's Musical Trio.
Monday, January 1 New Year's
Day Thomas Meighan, Pauline
Starke, Theodore Roberts, Charles
Ogle, in "If You Believe It, It's So;"
Harry Myers, in serial, "Robinson
Crusoe;" Mutt and Jeff comedy;
Pathe Review; The Grand's Musical
A lot of young fellows who think
that the world is their oyster are
satisfied later on inlllife if they can
The body was brought to Owings
ville, Tuesday, where the funeral
and interment took place in the
SPECIAL FEATURES AT ALAMO
While in the little Northern Cal
ifornia town of Jackson, taking
scenes for "Boys Will Be Boys'
Will Rogers' latest picture, showing
at the Alamo and the Grand to-day,
the star returned" the many courte
sies of the citizens by" giving a com
plimentary showing of one of his
previous pictures. He also told the
audience that any suggestions for
the betterment of the picture would
Truth has always been one of the
biggest factors in history. Because
of it, nations have been made and
empires have fallen. A motion
picture, dealing with Truth on a
massive scale, is Paramount's pro
duction of "The Greatest Truth,"
which comes to the Alamo and
Grand to-day. It is a continental
production of the finest grade and
Mia May is the feature player.
Rarely does a motion picture
come t)o this city more favorably
heralded tby reviewers, than doeB
the Fox photoplay, "A Self-Made
Man," which will open at the Al
amo and Grand to-morrow. The
screen story has been playing to
large audiences wherever it has
been shown, and should meet with
a hearty welcome here. From all
accounts, nothing hai been neglect
WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR
GREETINGS OF THE SEA
SON TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS AND PATRONS.
WE SINCERELY THANK
THEM FOR THEIR LIBERAL
PATRONAGE AND WISH TO
EVERY ONE A HAPPY AND
JOYOUS NEW YEAR.
DAN COHEN STAND
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on All Christmas Goods
Ladies9 House Slippers at
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only t thf cracker.
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