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THB BOURBON NEWS, PAWS, KY.
I "VUESDAY, AUGUST 2. i6U
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UNDERTAKERS
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Mofor equipment.
Ambulance calls promptly attended to with
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Hearse used for funeral purposes only.
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MILLERSBURG
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. -..-z Mrs. Sarah Thorn improves
-7-Mrs. Nancy Wilson is visiting
relatives at Meysville.
Miss Levina Layson entertained
a, number of her friends Saturday
mfternoon.
- Mrs. J7 Clark Leer entertained
IFriday ' afternoon. Refreshments
t 'U'asceiserFed. . -
,. -.- 3&Ir. Howard Carr is improving
Cicely at the Good Samaritan Hos
pital, Lexington.
Mr, C. C. Clarke, returned Sat
"xmlay after a ten-days' sojourn at
vSwango Springs.
rMrs. Clifford Lee, of Dayton, 0.,
Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. "W. Clifford. .
Mrs. Anna Cummings, of Emi
yuence, is the guest of her cousin,
3ffrs.- Mattie Jones.
Mr. Gano Duncan and family!
mre ."Visiting Mr. and Mrs. McClure,
t Crawfordsville, Ind.
- v - Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carpenter
.returned Friday after a two-weeks'
-"-iASOjoum at Dawson Springs.
- Dr. H. C. Burroughs returned
"'IFriQay after a several weeks' visit
ta3iis daughter, Mrs. James Spen
". cerr l Springfield, Mass.
-Mrs. .Jennie Letton and daugh
ter, 'Mass Leona Letton, have re
Siirneet after a several days' visit to
"Mr. .Fqirest Letton, and family, at
" t cParis-
rM. -arid Mrs. S. M. Allen and
little "daughter, Miss Bush Allen,
left Friday f or-a T?rek's visit to Mr.
and Mrs. B. Wood, at Stanford, par-
asnts of Mrs.' Allen.
Thefollcwing are guests of Mrs.
-"Mattie? "Br'-Hswss: Mr. and Mrs.
t "AlS3rHa.-wes, Mr. James Hawes and
Vr&Bs&iEulia, Sale, all of Chicago; Miss
"yJNfcgHdlTBafnett, Lexington.
" Mrs. G. W. Clifford left Satur
day -for Louisville to attend the
iXonetai of his sister, Mrs. Jennie
TE&uag. who jdied Friday morning,
z'vad. was "injured Sunday afternoon.
The following ace guests of Dr. J
-ratn Mrs. W. M. Miller: Mr. and
"Mrs. E.. L. Buffington, Columbus, 0.r
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Adams, Tennille,
.Ga'Miss Mary Miller, Atlanta, Ga.,
r-aakdMr.:-HaTry Htitchcraft, Louis-
Mr.'W:E. .B"Bell and family,
"jsof 'Geogetown, -were "guests of his
lister, Mrsl R. M Cattlwell, Monday.
They were enroute to heir home
iwftU "Swing, 'where they spent the
-weekr-end with his parents, Mr. and
,-N.Mrs. Bayless DeBell.
Mrs. Adah McClintock and
' tanghteis,r Misses Anna James and
"autH McClintock, left Saturday for
aoeveral days' visit to Mr. W. G.
JMTclintock; and family, at Paris.
"Miss Anna James McClintock will
leave- Paris to-day to spend several
'adays -with relatives at Lexington.
Miss Mildred Bruce has return
ed from a tour of the mountains of
Eastern Kentucky, with the Red
Jross Concert Company of the Lex-
- ingto'n College of Music. Miss Bruce,
s -soprano, carried off some of the
liighes,t honors. The program was
"n charge of Miss Anna Chandler
"ifroff.""wh. accompanied the girls en
;rtour.
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STOLEN ANIMALS RECOVERED.
&
A ponv stolenjErom Mr. M. E. Har
"iin.Mn Nicholas county, was located
-at Millersburs by Chief of Police
?Iiink". and restored to its owner. The
pd-ny had been traded to Mrs. Rig
' -Iod, of that Tlace. for an aged horse
-an $& in cash. Chief Link was paid
""the reward advertised for the re
cotcW of the stolen animal.
' Chief Link also recovered a horse
-and buggy belonging xto a tenant on
' Mrs. C7 M. Clay's farm. The outfit
?as fakeri from a hitching post on
Pleasant street bv a negro, who drove
it in the direction of Lexington,
i . Chief Link, In his auto, started in
"pursuit, overtaking the man near h
oity limits. The negro abandoned
-the" Uam and "made .his escape by
-running through a cornfield... The"
jdmut&t was restore'd to'its 'owner.
DEATHS.
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.Attractions I,:il t " AKIS
Tuesday, August 20th
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Paralta Presents
Henry B. Walthall
" in - ;
"His Robe
of Honor"
ALSO
. Wm. Duncan and Edith Johnson in
"A FIGHT FOR MILLIONS"
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Wednesday, August 21st
- Jesse L. Lasky Presents
Wallace Reid
THE FIREFLY OF FRANCE"
A photoplay of Love and War that is both
r; timely and heart-appealing.
ALSO
LUKE COMEDY AND PATHE NEWS
FEATURE
Thursday, August 22nd
Goldwyn Presents the Girl
. Gorgeous Smile,
with the
MADGE KENNEDY
IN
The Fair Pretender"
The romance of a beautiful young widow
v who never had a husband.
ii
Mutt and Jeff Comedy, "Hunting
tJ-Boat$," and Pathe News.
Prices
At the Alamo ChildrenSc war tax lc; Adults 13c war tax 2c.
i At the Paris Grand -Children 5c-war tax lc; Adult 13c war tax 2c.
oioreo persons, Children 5c war tax lc; Adult3 10c war tax lc.
MATRIMONIAL. '
JAMES SPRATT. .;
The following invitations ' h&ve
been issued: "Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
James request your presence at the
marriage of their sister, Miss Eliza
beth James, to. Mr. John Sprtt, at
their hom"e,224 Parrish avenue, Paris,
Kentucky, Tuesday, August twenty
seventh, nineteen hundred and eigh
teen, at 8:30 p. m." - ,
NEWS OF. BOURBON COUNTY IN
THE OIL EEELDS
The Dudley & Alexander Oil Com
pany, in which Mr. Catesbv Wood-
Iford, of near Paris, has large hold
ings oi stocK; now has three fine pro
ducing wells, two of three hundred
barrels capacity, and one brought in
last Saturday, which is estimated at
five hundred barrels. The leases
are in Lee county.
INSKO. .
rThe funeral of Lora May Insko,
the two-year-old daughter of ""Mr.
and .Mrs. Clay D. Insko, of West
Nineteenth atreet, who died Thurs
day night, was held in the Paris
Cemetery, Saturday morning at ten
o'clock. Services were held at the
grave by Rev. W. E. Ellis, pastor of
the Paris Christian church.
CRAM.
Dr. Charles D. Cram, formerly a
well-known physician of Paris, died
at -a hospital in iangdon, Cali., last
Friday, after a short illness. Infor
mation was received here by Dr. M.
H. Dailey, telling of Dr. Cram's
death, but giving no details as to
the place of burial.
While a resident of Paris, Dr.
Cram married Miss Pearl Brooks,
who, with three children, now resides
near Mt. Sterling. Dr. Cram was a
very popular physician, here and lias
a host of friends who regret his
passing.
PS Pa fe
PLANS PERFECTED FOR COMMU
NITY LABOR BOARDS
At a meeting held in Louisville,
Saturday, plans were perfected for
dividing Kentucky into Labor Dis
tricts with a Community Board at
the head of .each, representing both
employers and employes. The meet
ing was held under the auspices of
the State Advisory Board of the
Public Service and Employment Bu
reaus. On his return from the meeting,
Dr. F. L. McVey, of 'Lexington,
State Director of the United States
Public Service Reserve, announced
the Boards and the district boundar
ies by means of which the man power
of the State will be' recruited. The
following were selected as members
of the Board for this county: Frank
P. Lowry, Chairman: Silas E. Bed
ford, Employes, W. B. Coxr Employ
ers. s
A second meeting of the Advisory
Board has been ealled for Thursday
in Louisville, to discuss further the
work of the labor and emploment
sections.
COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED FOR
NOVEMBER ELECTION
- Democratic County Election Com
missioners to serve at the November
election were selected in Frankfort,
Saturday, by the State Election Com
mission. Mr. A. T. Siler did not have
the Republican -list with him, and
the Commissibn will meet on August
31 for the purpose of, selecting the
Republican County Election Commis
sions, rne following were selected
for Central Kentucky counties:
Bath E. T. Brothers; Bourbon
Wm. G,-Talbott; Clark-r-Harvey T.
Lisle; Fayette Thos. S. Scott;
Franklin Richard S. Tobin; Harri
son H. C. Duffy; Jessamine H. L.
Bronaugh; Montgomery R. L. Cole
man; Nicholas Robert L. George;
i Scott J. C. Smith; Woodford Jno.
W. McMillan.
NOTICE, TAX PAYERS.
Under the new law. ill tax
paytrsare required to call at
our offices in the Court House
and give In their tax lists. The
office of Assessor has been abol
ished, and the new law requires
that you call at the offices of
the undersigned Tax Commis
sioners and transact your busi
ness in regard to taxes. We
will be in our offices every day
until further notice for that
purpose. Call NOW and avoid
penalties for not doing sb. All
property owners are required to
bring a list of their property as
of July 1st to the office.
WALTER CLARK,
Tax Cemmistleners for Bourbon
County. v
JNO. J. REDMON, Deputy.
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ROOT WHITAKER. J
The many friends and relatives
of Howard W. Whitaker were sur
prised to learn of his marriage to
Miss Eva Root, of Detroit, Michi
gan. They announced the happy
event after they' returned to Har
lan, Ky., from a brief bridal trip in
Tennessee, where they were married
on July 5th. t
STURGEON POPE.
A marriage license was issued
Saturday afternoon from the ofnce-Of
County Clerk Pearce Paton, to Mr.
Charles Pope and Miss Alice Stur
geon, both of near Jacksonville, this
county. They were married in Cyn
thiana, Saturday evening, and re
returned to the home of the groom
near Jacksonville, where they will
reside. i
The Paris Oil & Gas Company,
which was organized with Bourbon
county capital, with Mr. John Wood
ford as president, brought in a one
hundred barrel well in the Sign
Board district lease in Lee county,
last week. " This makes four produc
ing wells on their property on the
Bill Wise lease in Estill county.
The Marchmont Oil Company, of
which Mt, William Shire, of Paris,
is president, and the balance of the
company being Paris stockholders,
has started drilling on their sixty
acre lease in Wolfe county. The rig
ging is all in position, and the work
is progressing very nicely. This com
pany has, a. "very fine prospect, and
the outlook for a number of good
producing wells is very flattering.
week. This company now "has three
wells that are pumping direct into
the pipe lines.
MARTIN HOUSTON.
Miss Mary Martin, the handsome
and attractive daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Carter Martin, of Paris, and
Mr. Woodford Houston, son , of he
late Mr. Jos. Houston, of near .Pearls,
stole a march on their many friends
Friday affernoon by being married
in Lexington. , ,
The young people, who had been
lovers for some time, left Paris,
Friday afternoon, presumably for 'an
auto ride around the county roads,
but in pursuance of anv agreed plan,
they proceeded to Lexington. There
they called on the County Clerk and
secured license. They were married
shortly afterward by a Lexington
minister. t , -
After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs
Houston left in - their auto for,, a
honeymoon trip to Frankfort, Louis
ville and other points Qf interest,
returning to Paris yesterday morn-1
ing. They will reside at the home of
the groom near Paris.
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BIRTHS.
Near Kiserton, to the wife of
Mr. Ea. McCleary, a daughter; ,
weight nine pounds; third child;
all girls. Mrs. McCarthy was for
merly Miss Mary Hutson, of Kiserton.
RED CROSS APPEALS FOR
-. TRENCH FOOT SLIPPERS
To the Women of Bourbon County :-
In our quota for September 1, in
Red Cross work, is a request for 500'
trench foot slippers (250 pairs.)
These slippers should be made of
velvet, velveteene, corduroy or heavy
cloth. They are then lined with out
ing flannel.'
It is irpossible for us to buy "the
necessary material and we are asking
the patriotic women of the county
to send us any garments or pieces
they have no use for, to be used in
this way. An old pair of cloth
trousersy of a coat, can be- cut into
several parts, as the slippers can 'be
pieced.
We published an appeal some days
ago, but the response was so small
we have less than 50 slippers madev
Are we to fail in this, as we have
done' in nothing else? We have been
proud of our Tecord up to this time.
May it always remain untarnished.
If any friend desires to buy a
remnant or piece of newmaterial to
send in, it requires two-thirds of a
yard of 27 incH goods to make one
pair.
Send all material to the Red Cross
rooms, at the Court House, in Paris.
If it is more convenient for. ladies
out in the country, materials maybe
sent to Mrs. Annabelle Wallace, or
Mrs. D. C. Lisle, at Leesburg; Miss
Florence Hopkins, at Little Rock;
Mrs. Letcher Weathers, at Clinton-ville,-
and Mrs. Jno. Collins, at North.
Middletown.
BOURBON RED GROSS CHAPTER,
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The principle of the opaque post
card projector-has been utilized5 inj
new machine- for . registering -color
I printing plates on a printing prossi
!tfie Bourbon Oil & Development
Co., a local concern, one of the first
organized in Bourbon county, now
has about twenty producing wells.
A new fifty-barrel well was brought
in Saturday on their J. T. Sparks
lease, in Estill county.
The Columbia Oil Company, in
which a number of Paris and Bour
bon county people are stockholders,
brought in a 150-barreI well last
The Station Camp Company now
has five producing wells, and brought
in another well on the Callahan, lease
last week, which, it is said, is a
twenty-flye barrel producer. This
company is locally controlled.
The McCombs Oil Company, of
which Mr. Abram Renick, formerly of
Winchester, is president, and which
has offices in Paris, has purchased a
big oil refining plant and will locate
the big concern at Torrent. This
prosperous company has large leases,
and the produption of oil from their
wells is said to be enormous, which is
very gratifying to the local people'
who are interested. Mr. John Price,
of Paris, is connected with "the main
office in Louisville.
-to to to
B-4 FIRE
Insure with x
W.O.JttlNTON &SON,Agts
BALED HAY LOSSES PARTLY
COVERED BY INSURANCE.
The 2,000 bales of hay stored in
the big barn of Mrs. C. M. Clay,
which was burned by lightning last
week belonged t Mr. David Parrish,
of near Escondida. Mr. Parrish's
loss was about $3,000, partly cover
ed by insurance. Mrs. Clay's loss
will probably be $2,000.
ANNUAL PIG SHOW.
The annual Pig Show for members
of the Boys' and Girls' Pig Club o
Bourbon county, will be held at
North Middletown, on Saturday
August 24. The judges at the Bour
bon county show will be J. Miller
Ward, of Paris; E. S. Good and W. H.
Huffman, of Lexington.
Members haye been selected from
the Pig Clubs of Fayette, Bourboa
and Nicholas counties to attend the
Kentucky State Fair at Louisville,
with their expenses paid by the State
College of Agriculture of Kentucky
University, tt is the intention of
the United States Department of Ag
riculture to-improve the breed of
swine in this way as well as to fur
nish an opportunity for the educa
tion of boys and girls along agricul
tural lines. It is the intention of
Mr. L. S. Rojabins, Bourbon County
agent, 'to organize within the near
future a Short Horn Club and a
Sheep. Club is this county with boys
and girls between the ages of 10 and
18 years as members. ..
LOUISVILLE " PEEVED " AGAINST
HOLDING RACE MEETING.
to to
and
Lightning
F?rt, Wind
Insurance.
Thomas, Woodford & Bryan
The movement started in Louis
ville by the Rotary Club to influence
the Churchill Downs and Douglas
Park owners to not hold fall racing
meeting is gathering momentum. A
monster demonstration against the
holding of the fall races will be held
soon.
It is understood that a plan is on
foot, if the Louisville meetings are
abandoned, to transfer the dates al
lotted the tracks, to Lexington and
Latonia, and carry out the forty
days given to the four Kentucky
tracks.
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THIS WEEK
Final Clearance
Sale!
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In order to make room
for our Fall Shoes, daily
arriving, we are compelled to make a clean sweep sale and turn into cash the
balance of our
High Grade Men's, Women's and Children's Summer
Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps at Great Sacrifice of Price
Don't miss your last opportunity to buy extraordinary good quality footwear at a
fraction of their actual value. This space is too limited to give the numerous bar-
. gains that await you here. Visit our store and you will be convinced of these facts.
'Ladies' Patent Kid Button Shoes -
$3.50 values at $1.99
adieB' Patent and Dull Kid
Pumps, Louis and Low Heels, Mex
$400 values at. . $Z.I9
Ladies' Mahogany Tan Col.
Pumps, Louis, Heel,' Welts, tt0 ao
$4.50 values at .$Z99
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords ,-
and Pumps, $2.50 values at 3lf9
Ladies' Kid and G. M. Shoes and
Slippers, Broken sizes, $3.50 and -, M'
$4.00 values at 51.49
Men's Tan and G. M. English
Shoes, Walk-Over, all sizes, ,
$4.50 values at ;.$3.49
Men's G. M. Eng. Oxfords, best , --
makesall sizes, $4.00 values, at. ..$2.99
Mes White Canvas Oxfords,
rubber soles, $3.00values, at.... $1.99
Men's and Boys' G. M. Shoes and - -
Oxfords, $3.(KKvalues at $1.99
Boys' Black Lace School Shoes, --
,.$2.50 values, at ...Sl.TS
1 Children's Patent and White Canvas
Pumps, $1.50 values at t...99.C
Ladies' most beautiful Grey, Mahogany, Tan, White and Black Boots, Oxfords and
Pumps, Walk-Over and other famous makes
AT PINAL CLEARANCE SALE PRICES !
Ladies White Sport Canvas d 1 A A
Oxfords, $2.00 values,at... tplUU
White Tennis Oxfords,
75c values at
49c
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