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TOBSDAY, MARCH 20, 1917.
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARLEY.
f OR THE BEST
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. , "fair Parisians victorious."
Comings and Goings of Our
People Here, Tnere and
PRE-OPENiNG SPECIALS IN
Mr. w. W. Dudley visited relatives
in viucinnau, Tnursuay.
Under the above caption The Jesa
mine Journal, published at Nicholas
ville, in commenting on the recent
victory of the P. H. S. "Invincibles"
over the Nicholasville team, says:
"Saturday night two of the hardest
iougnt games of the season were wit
Mr. Harold Wniictof ani i. nessed by a large and enthusiastic rk-
week-end with friends In Lexington. dience- The Paris girls found no eas
n. uariton uiay visited friends r u"5 uie in. n. a. gins,
A momentous saving event for wo
Men and misses, who are looking for
wtyle and quality, at a low price.
(lC-2t) HARRY SIMON.
SPRING STETSON HATS.
in .Lexington several days the Dast scored 11 more points against
week. y them than any other team this season.
Mrs. W. R. Blakemore continues "Miss Burrows broke the record of
very ill at her home on East Eiehth Mlss Lena Rose' who had averaged
street b more than a goal per minute, by allow-
Mrs. Joseph Lennox has returne-1 lns her only three goals durinS thfJ
from a visit to Mrs. James Wyatt in eutire me- Misses M. and N. Poweh
Covington. nobly guarded their much heavier op-
Every good style and color is here ' Mr- and Mrs. John C. Collins arc Jonent The Paris star center found
in just the style that it becoming to makinsr a tour of Southern cities on a her equal in Miss wry. The forwards
vou $4 and' $5. pleasure trip. Misses Haydon and Tutt, added more
J. W. DAVIS & CO. J Mr- Jaies W. Thompson and Mr gloly by their already brilliant record
Rogers Moore have returned from the tor soal tossing. The Nicholasville
n no ucctim University of Virginia for their sum- girIs deserve much praise for holding
ulus MtbTiNG, mer vacation. the score as close as 35 to 21, against
' ' Miss Elizabeth Brown was a guest tne heaviest and strongest high school
The City Federation of Woman's several days the past week of her aunt team in the State
Club will hold a very important meet in Lexington
ing in tne rest room at the First Na- Miss AUr.A wmiamc toi,.i
lffHn3 (nTw-eSda7) ftef noon' is est of Miss Matild James,'
at 2:30 o clock. Owing to the impor- on Second sfrPt '
tant nature of this meeting it is earn- Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Anderson, and
eBtlU nnnvt.r9eTnmember be HtUe dauter, Jean, have returned
present promptly at 2:30 p. m. from a visit in the North.
.ur. L,utner C. Ashnrnff. vim rn.
BIG PURCHASE OF
HEMP SEED BY DEALERS
Paris seed dealers, last week pur
chase of Mr. J.P. Turner, of Jessamine
county, one thousand bushels of hemp
seed, for which the sum of 16,000 was
cently sold his farm near Escoudida. .paid. The seed was raised on Mr
Mr. Sidney Ardery, Jr., of the Ardery
Drug Co., who recently entered the
ranks of newly-weds, purchased Satur
day through Harris & Speakes, of Mrs.
will move to Taris, to reside.
Mr. Connor Fletcher has moved
from near Kiserton to the M. E. Rash
farm, near North Middletown.
Dr. Chas. G. Daughertv left Satur-
Turrier's farm near Nicholasville, and
is said to be of an extra fine quality
a. it. liroomuau, ot uincinnati, ber ciay night for Atlanta, Ga., on a vistf.
handsome bungalow on Houston ave- He will probably return to-day.
nue, for $3,200. Mr. and Mrs. Ardery Misses Florence Fee and Virgipia
will occupy the home as soon as ar- Wetherall are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
rangements are completed. , Harry Booth, at Lawrenceburg.
TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY
DECLARES 11 DIVIDEND.
At a meeting of the directors of the
Bourbon Tobacco Warehouse Coir
pany, held in this city, Saturday af
ternoon, a dividend of eleven per cent.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
Only one more week of our sale. If
you are looking for bargains come in
Sale stops March 24.
BOURBON HORSE GOODS CO.
Mrs. K. W. Williams ,of Williams, was declared. This is a good return
Arizona, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. on the investment made by the stock-
J John J. Williams, on Pleasant street. holders and proves that "there's money
5 Miss Lucy Simms has gone to in it."
Houston, Texas, for a two-weeks' visit
to her brother, Mr. Edward Simms. BUY NEW CARS.
Mrs. Katherine Davis Craig and I
son were guests several days the pas'; The Franklin Motor Car Co., of Lex
week of Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Berry, in ington, reports the recent sale of a
YOUR GARDEN SEED.
We have everything in Garden
Seeds and. Onion Sets. Get busy.
(It) C. P. COOK & CO
THINGS TO WORRY ABOUT.
Franklin touring car to Mr. Dan W
Peed, of Paris, and a Franklin sedan
car to Mrs. William B. Woodford, of
(Blue Stamps With Every Purchase)
Two Special Sales !
Friday Next Wall Paper-CIos-j
Our entire stock of Plain Colored
Duplex Oat Meal Papers, with wide or
cut-out borders, or narro v
binders. All the leading shades, 3)
inches wide, at 10c a bolt. In goini;
through our entire stock, we have
found over 50 room lots, enough for
FOR SATURDAY ONLY.
Mrs. Hiram Redmon and children.
of Frankfort, are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bryan, at North
Mrs. Robert Stoner has returned to
her home near Mt. Sterling after a
visit to relatives and friends In this
n.itv amV nnnntv
With the bowling contest ended, the Mrs Kizzie WIUIania of Arizona,
Pans High School basketball season who haa been a t or M and M
?VG I?? ?bacco rehouses closed. H wil in Cynthiana, is a guest
football laid away until next fall, and of fTiends and relatIves in Paris
the political pot barely simmering as Mr and Mrs Ben p Eubank Misd
yet, there Is very little to look for- Mabel Lyons and Mr Carter Coons
ward to now save the prospect of ve returned to their home in LeX
JX?11. Td openis of the new Ington, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
$10,000 Picture house. The newspaper Edward Faulconer, on Cypress street,
man feels keenly the close of the sea- Advices from Atlanta. Ga., state
son on these events, as they furnished that Dr. Georee Kent Varden. formerh'
good stuff. j of pariSt who has been seriously ill for narrow
- . . .,... 'several days, is showing signs of im
GARDEN seeds OF ALL kinds. pravement. His case lias been a puz
' , ,, , L zling one to the physicians in charge.
We handle nothing but the best gar- at- wr t ahq .i, ranttnfw r.
den seeds that can be bought both in ,, ' 'f ," Jloi ' atn of 10 any size room and to make a quic
package and bulk. Also fine lot of Massie Memor& Hospital, in this city, sajf your choice at 3c a bolt .Some
flower seeds and bulbs. If. you want ia reported a8 improving rapidly and very dainty and attractive patterns in
Uie best, seeds that will grow, call vfin soon be able to returIl to his tne lot-
us up. home.
(20-tf ) WM. SAUER. J The "Hamv Junior Worker Girls"
"" of the North Middletown Christian Enamelled ware, rich Azure blue
TAX ADVOCATE BUSY. 'church will hold a parcel post sale at and white mottling outside, white in-
McDaniel & Wilson's drug store in side, dish pans, 14 and 17 quart sizes
Mr. James H. Thompson, or Bourbon Nortu Middletown. to-day, Tuesday, extra deep, your choice, 59c; tea ket-
county, who has been actively champ- March 20. ties, regular price 69c, now 39c; handl-
ioning the cause of the Uix reform. Mr Teddy shrock, the L. & N. en ed stew pans, 1-qt. size, 10c, 3-qt size,
as advocated by the Kentucky lax- j. wll0 -was injured in an accident 15C; milk pans, extra large size, 19c;
payers' League, has been a busy man near "Winchester some time ago, is get- mocking bird cages, $1.75; breeding
He spoke at Georgetown, Saturday, in Ung alQng yery uicely at the Massie cages, $1.98; canary cages, 98c; ait
opposition to the new bill creating tue Memorial Hospital, in this city, where glazed cemetery vases, each 25c; big
Tax Commission, Senator John fr. hQ wag brought after the accident. values in hair brushes, worth 15c atSc:
Ford, of Georgetown, replying in be- Mrs William Neal, Sr., who was hair brushes in white, pink and blue
half of the measure. Mr. Thompson j to Chicago, last week by the sc- tops, real bristle, good 50c value, at
addressed a large assembly of farmers rious illness of her son. Mr. Williaiv 35c; heavy steel skillets, 9-inch size
in the court house in ML Sterling, ,R1H1 Keal formerlv of Paris, writes imnfl ROc value, now 29c. and a lot oi
that the chances are now decidedly in
I Mr Wnllane Mitchell returned
Especially designed for the boy's from Cincinnati. Saturday night, ac-
-,,. i, tvoo oiiif Jn a sntendid as- comoanied ny iNirs. ivuiciieu, wuu naa
that he is considerably improved, and oilier goods too numerous to mention.
rlJ ?rnn,,v aorviPAhln natternc been at the Good Samaritan Hospital,
duiuucuiuiuw;i wv-. .. x- -- , j!i -otmTi
in tnat city, unuer uieuii;ti ucaiu.u.
W. DAVIS &. CO. ' for some weeks. Mrs. Mitchell is con-
'. . siderably improved.
You Mr. and Mrs. Case, who receuio
rented their farm near nuicuisuu, uie
-?15 and $18.
WE CORDIALLY INVITE
To attend our-iTng Opening and visiting Mrs. fase brother Mr Vest
J-m A I1HHI V LLllAJL
disDlav of women's and misses oacs. elllo fnr n. while with Mrs. Nor
Suits. Dresses, Gowns, Lingerie; man Huffman, 0n the Russell Cave
Waists, Millinery, Gloves and accessor- pikGf near centerville.
iee of dress, Tuesday, Wednesday and , Lieutenant Martin Doyle, formerly
Tiiursday. March 20, 21 and Z
Music from 2 p.
m. to- 5 p. m.
- 1 . il- TTIi-.l
v-.f Pnris. who has oeen in uie uuiwu
States Navy for several years, has
been transferred from Fort Hancock,
x'r vnrV where he had1 been for
" ' some time on the U .S. Revenue Cut-
GOOD SALEf ter Mohawk, to Pensacola, Florida,
'where he will be stationed on the
One of the best sales of stock, crop, Coast Guard Cutter, Penrose,
held in this section for some time was Letters received In this city b
that conducted by Auctioneer Ben friends from Mr. and Mrs. George w.
Peck, for Mr. James Andrew ScotL Laughlin, formerly of Paris, who are
Mr Georgetown. There was a good aDending the winter at Tampa, Fla
crowd in attendance, and the bidding state that they both beneuuea greauj
ww spirited. Twelve Polled Angus b stay in the Sunny South, and
cows brought from $110 to $155 a Jat they will remain there until about
W- twelve head of black steers A 15. The letters stated that ev.
frn'sTO to $80 a head; a lot of yearl- erybody down there was enjoying
inc steers from ?40 to ?60 a head; one ng vegetables and fresh fruits and
Sfck Mistered bull, ?130; a bunch o gat fife Was very enjoyable, indeed
bSfe from $90 to $110 each;! (0ther Personals on Page 3.).
.SW aahU lN oPPOr"tTYA LIFETIME
?.nd stock sattle, $9.75 a hundred oportunity t(J
pounds. - 'i to9SI country and at the same
. . z- Vi ki r Hmp hav&tlie conveniences of -the city,
D. A.. B. MEETING. J iriU have if you toke'advanl-
Mrs. John ConnHTdent of frHF&g? '?
ardlfevres Chapter, Daughters of tie WJtaw, p?operty.
Confederacy, presided. Saturday after- dl o".ruaw0od, in small
noon at the regular meeting of tne "" . suburban homes
Chter. held in the Confederate room tracts, sultabte for 2.30
in the court house. 'iiVw.v Betterget busy and figure on
One of the principal topics of inter, ocloct Better jge y if
est discussed was the memrial menu- buying onerti
ment toec-----;- advanta that it
to tne merouij' i. --- - . br . ntll Cuv ana country
rC hir"4WreSeedn ft SS proposition.
w - ... i i v.nn tiiian nv ...n.V
NORTH MIDDLETOWN CONOtK..
never catch you off
guard if you have a
small TanS: which had been filled by
was irausattcu, "
...m !. T,nni T-AmiDatPfl tO
r future r were iSSSfSi
Tt was deciaea io "c , . : ,A nnrprt to be given at xnuicu
bJtf- the Hamilton Guards' room Jottconcertto day) eveningr
in the Massie Memorial HospiUl in Middletown. under the pgr.
Anril at which time sheets, pillow L- tlie maievj Boatright,
4PS. and Tier article nectary for jnritoetfg. oflr. &
equipment, wiu "----'- of nf t merit, and wm oe a ru . mu-
.Viii h held at the rooms oor-r . n )jen
tiGbaptar on the regular day or jc
This efficient little instru
ment can be your insepara
Vest Pocket Auto
graphic Kodak. $6.00
Belt Case for same 1.50
FRANK & COMPANY
THE RELIABLE STORE
They Are Now Showing The i
Season's Best Styles
Silks, Dress Goods,
Wash Goods of All Kinds
Trimmings To Match :
ALL ARE REASONABLY PRICED
We Cordially Invite Your Inspection
Pictorial Review Patterns
FRANK & COMPANY
All the Goods We Care to Sell at the Tremendous
Reductions We are Making During Our
we deem it only fair to our friends and patrons to
notify them that there remain only ELEVEN MORE
SELLING DAYS during which you can receive these
We know ABSOLUTELY thatVou fecefvtf1 tetter values
here by ten or twenty per cent than you can get els e
where. We CANNOT AFFORD tor sell goods at the
prices we are making, but we are complying strictly to
to our advertisements. This advertisement appears for
your benefit not ours.
MOTOR HEARSE -MOTOR INVALID COACH !UNWBI9,AKIN0 4
SIXTH AND M AINSTS.