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- ' v JW wr ffr."3w y fcOrc s A i" --v :4' :"$" iSr?.svi i$r HCtxt- lj ?.j- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1919. - THE BOTOBON HEWS, PUIS, CTNTLVLl' pigi imr iv ' A t 1 FOR THE BEST NOTHING ELSE SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Comings and Goings of Om; People Here, There and " . ; ) Elsewhere. BOT&tBON MUST WAKE TJP . MEMOBIAL QUESTION ON BEST QUALITY SEEDS. Highest quality Red Clover, Alsfke, Timothy, Seed Oats, Cotton Seed Meal. IJCHAS. S. BRENT & BRO. ;feh-a4-tf) j, o ATTENTION. I. 0. 0. P., A matter of the greatest interest will come up for consideration by Bourbon Ixdge-I. O. O. F., at the meeting to be held Monday night, March; i3. All the members are urged to be i present, and take part in the proceedings. Be sure and be there on time. ', o - - TCJ.THE "WAR MOTHERS." The1 "War Mothers" of Bourbon county can register at the Home Ser vise qffice in the Bourbon-Agricultural Bank building, at the corner of Main and Broadway, any afternoon between the hours of one and four o'clock. The call is urgent, please respond promtly. o 0U TOWN IMPROVING. The big chuck-holes in Main street have been refilled with concrete and asphalt, and now the speeding auto fcts can merrily pursue the chase up and down Main street without hav ing their speedometers jerked into iY, middle of next week. The mud on Pleasant street has also been scraped up, and it is now possible to cross the street without calling for help. For all of which Parisians are truly thankful! . o GET OUR PRICES FIRST. Do not buy anything in the Clothing line until you get my PriCCS' L. WOLLSTEIN, tf Clothing Department. . REPORT OF SALES. Auctioneer M. P. Kenney furnishes THE NEWS with, the following re port of the sale which he conducted Tuesday on the premises, on the Bethlehem pike, near Paris, for Mr. Wm. Farris: , . Horses, ?127 to $150 a head; cows, $65 to $150 ahead; sows, with young pigs, $35 to $65 a head; hay $25 to $27 a ton; tobacco sticks, $21 a thousand; seed corn, $4 a bushel; chickens, 90 cents to $1.00 each; farming implements sold at good prices; attendance good. EVEN KIDS HAVE TO EIGURE IN INCOME TAX. Babies born m 1918 will bring varying income tax exemptions to their parents, depending on month of birth A child born in January. 1918 gives a $200 exception, m ad dition to the $2,000 allowed married persons, but if a child was born in July, the parent is entitled to ex tinry nf onlv $1.00 on the infant s account. If the child 'was bom in October the taxpaying parent is al lowed only $50 exemption, or one forth of the $200 normal exemption. This is a reversal of last year's pol icy Then the status of a taxpayer on the last day of the year determin ed his personal exemptions. "SLAUGHTER OE INNOCENTS" Fourteen dogs on which the own ers had failed to pay the required license became victims of the killer in Claysville yesterday. Fourteen residents of that classic village were fined $10 and costs each in. the County Court yesterday on a charge of harboring and own ing a dog on which no license had been paid. The fourteen, persons promptly proceeded on their return to empty the contents of shotguns into the anatomies' 6t the fourteen dogs. Those who were fined were George Newton, -Arvie Finch; Jim Brown, Gertrude warren, o-uiu. a&, George Brooks, Porter Warren, An nie Coleman, Annie May Evans, San ford Blackburn, Garrett Jackson, Hal Brooks and Dave Biddle. ' ' JUST THINK. WHAT A GOOD OP PORTUNITY You have of saving a part of your income Try a few shares of ; Peo ples Building & Loan Association htock. They will open a new series at the Peoples Deposit Bank & Trust Co., Saturday night, March 1. 1SU. INSURANCE. Fire; Tornado, Lightning, Automobile and Hail. . : YERKES & PEED. (janli-tf) . o- TOUGH LUCK. Mr. J. D. Shy is in Carlisle on a business mission. Mrs. Daniel Henry and children are visiting relatives at Irvine. Mrs. Lawrence Price has return ed from a visit to relatives in Emi nence. 7 Mrs. Ben Holt has returned from a visit to relatives and friends in Louisville. Mrs. James Woodford and daughter have returned from a visit to relatives in "Lexington. -r-Miss; Florence Boone, of Frank fort, is a guest of her sister," Mrs. Wm. RStipp, near Paris. Mr. Lucien Terrell has returned frcfn a visit to Prof, and Mrs. J. Moler McVey, in Dayton, Ky. Mr. John Toohey, of Paris, is a guest of his uncles, Messrs John and Con Flanagan, in Maysville. Mrs. J. O. Marshall was in Cyn thiana, Tuesday, as a guest of Mrs. m. k. Lydick, -and Mrs. James Jr Curie. . rMrs. Wallace Clark and son, Rogers Clark, of Worchester, Mass., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark. Hon. Claude M. Thomas has re turned from an extended business -trip to points in several Southern States. Mrs. L. B. Purnell is convalesc ent and able to be out for a short time Wednesday, after a long seige of. influenza, followed by pneumonia. Danville Messenger: "Mr. John vanMeter spent tne weeK-ena in Paris, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. John Woodford and Mr. Woodford." Mr. and' Mrs. John Stewart Rob erts, of near Paris, attended the funeral and burial of Mrs. Robert Qunicy Ward, at Georgetown, Wed nesday. Miss Fannie Heller has returned to the University of Kentucky after spending several days in Paris, as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Heller. Miss Margaret Shea and Mr. Fred Miller, formerly of the Harry Simon clerical force, will leave Mon day ' to accept positions at Steele's store in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Moore have returned from a stay of several months in Umatilla, Florida, Mrs. Moore will leave next week for a business trip to Clarksburg, W. Va. Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Booth, of Montgomery, Alabama, s who have been in Lawrenceburg, attending the Coleman-Booth wedding, are guests of Mrs. Booth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fee, in Paris. Mr. and .Mrs. James McDonald, of near Paris, are in." Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. McDonald is a pa tient at the Mayo Bros.' Hospital. Mr. McDonald, who recently under went a serious surgical operation at the Mayo institution, is slightly improved. Are Bourbon citizen appreciative of vfhat our soldier boys have done? Apparently not exclusively so. They are hot. rallying to 'the -memorial movement in such a way as to dem onstrate any: great cjnount of grat itude. Why? Surely 'because they have not stopped to think. We sent our boys away with a hurrah and a" God-speed, and promis ed to standback of them in their great crusadeSWe did stand back of them. Bourbon county has cause to be proud of' her record in every patriotic appeal of the Government and welfare organizations. Many of our heroic boys are not coming back Some are sleeping in the soil of France and Flanders; others died no less gloriously before they were per mitted to even cross the seas. Those that come back, will, like all our. American sons, be covered -with glory. They all, the living and the dead, merit-our honor and the tribute of a lasting and adequate memorial. Some of our patriotic citizens are trying to promote such a memorial, but the general citizenship of the county has not rallied as is their habit. Wake "up, folks! Get back of this worthy enterprise and put it over in the good old Bourbon county style. A mass meeting will be held on Sunday, March 9, to take further ac tion in regard to the memorial. Let everyone attend and help .the move ment along! I'A iXHHE r-4 fur: Simon's : ' .. j "J , v First Spring i7r-it S&FH vr Display &: i. r h ' ti. BEST QUALITY SEEDS. Highest quality Red Clover, Alsike, Timothy, Seed Oats, Cotton Seed Meal. CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO. (feb-14-tf) AT THE ALAMO AND PARIS GRAND. To-day, Friday, February 28 Enid Bennett, in "When Do We Eat?" Pearl White in "The Light ning Raider;" Keystone Comedy, "He Did and He Didn't;" Hearst News Pictures. ' To-morrow, Saturday, March 1 Geraldine Farrar, in "The Hell Cat;" Smiling Bill Parsons in "Bill Camps Out;" Current Events. Next- week, beginning Thursday, March 6, "The Cupid's Revue," pre sented by Arthur Hauk, with Dan Colling, the blackfaced Jcing, and a classy chorus of pretty girls. Thurs day, Friday and Saturday nights, with change of program each night. Edward VanLueewe Orchestra. Read the big display ad in this issue. ,v Ill A Come in and see the new Spring Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Etc., we have assembled. It is truly a worthy display of styles and values. ' N HARRY SIMON 224-228 West Main St., Lexington, Kyi Main Street, Paris, Ky. LEXINGTON JUNIOES DEFEAT J PARIS HIGH JUNIORS. Dr. A. H. Keller, City Health Officer of Paris, accompanied by his son, Mr. Newsum Keller, who was recently mustered out of the United States army service, left yesterday for Dallas, Texas, for a two-weeks' visit to his son, Mr. George Keller, who Is interested in the oil fields of that vicinity. Mr. Newsum Keller will remain with his brother in the prosecution of oil developments? o THE PENNY LUNCH AT PARIS PUBLIC SCHOOL. In behalf of the penny lunch room at the Paris Public School building, we ask the interest and co-operation of all friends. We are f urnishing every day a lunch on this order: A cup of rich vegetable soup, a hard boiled egg, two sandwiches, two tea cakes or sweet rolls for ten cents. You can readily see that we need help. Eggs, potatoes, onions, cao- bage, beans, bacon, picKies, pre: serves, jelly, cneese, ariea nam, pea nut butter, in fact any thing that can be used in making our soups and sandwiche's wholesome and. delicious, will be so much appreciated. Leave .donations at J. T. Hinton Company. . Mrs. James McClureJ. President H,, & W. League. Mrs. W. O. "Hinton, Chairman Penny Lunch. . o Y M. 0." A. MEETINGS ON SUNDAY AFTERNOONS. The Junior basketball team of the Lexington Y. M. C. A. came to Paris Wednesday night, and defeated the junior team of the Paris High School by a score of 19 to 9. The score at thev.end of the first half was ten to two' in favor of Lexington. In the second half Paris made their only field goal, and threw five more fouls. The final score was chalked up as 19 to 9. The Paris teafn will play a re turndate at Lexington on Friday night March 7. The Paris team ined up as follows: White, f; Arn- sparger, r; Aiinaitucni, c; unaoi, ;g Morrison, g. a LOST A Georgetown College Class Ring, A. B. '14, marked S. E. S., on inside, between Mrs. C. N. Fithian's - and City School. Leave at BOURBON NEWS. . (28-tf) House For Sale Six-room house on Virginia ave nue; has electric lights and ' gas, bath, etc.; good garden. Can give immediate possession. Price $1,500. Both phones 81. (It) J.,M. SMELSER. 1 TOBACCO COTTON 1 AA 6 l-2c AAA 7 l-2c ! III ' I At I Harry Simon's j mAmmmmmmm&mmmmm mimm lUOaW gjM&MimmmmmmmmMmmmmm Luck p"-'"" ink various 'land of uises--also baluck-and generally the latter. -.Along, this line THE NEWS-heard just inr;a casual sorj of way a few eights ago that a Paris man, anticipating .the drouth, ana k -;o. ; ttmVps- in conseauence oi the signing -oL.tlie revenue Ml yj President Wilson, purcuw. ""Ti of liquors, comprising several quarts of the stuff that brings joy and hap piness, and brought irto Pfris.wh him. The goods were taken .to a local garage, where it was supposed the consignment would-be naturally sate, and stored there temporarily while ,,..'Ymrr'KRer. went out to complete his local 'shopping giJJJJ W.J.4I V , . The Y. M. C. A. offers another meeting for men and older, boys on Sunday afternoon, March' 2.'- Dr. I. Cochran Hunt, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church of Covington, Kentucky, will speak on the topic, "Dawning of a New Day." Dr. Hunt is a men's man in every sense and the Y. M. C. A. is pleased with the opportunity to-gather the-Bourbon county men .to hear this address and make his acquaintance.. The Opera House orchestra, will give an nthpr sacred concert and the songs, jnade popular by the Liberty Chorus, t5u be used. A program of this ex cellence makes the hours or tnree to five o'clock Sunday afternoon most pleasant, and profitable. , T.he men are expected. to bring' their rienI&. it i-Q ' ' ' - ' FOR SALE Buick readster, in first-class con dition (and. this means all right.) For information, see . . C. A. MARTIN, ., Pastime Billiard Hall, Between Eighth and Ninth Sts: (28-tf) .', Just Received For Our BIG CASE SALE LOST. DON'T DO ANYTHING UNTIL : YOU SEE US. Do, not buy anytfiln .In Jht Clothln Hm iiitttf you fit my L WOLLSTEIN, tf ', Clothing Department. On Maysville & Lexington turn pike,, between Lexington and -Carlisle, a 34-4 Goodrich cord tire, on rim. Reward for .return to -, ; DONALD A. NEAL, 346 E. Main -Street, .; (28-2t) Lexington, Ky. Kaltex Rockers ' and Chairs AH At 20 Discount LOST Friday night. February 21? either in Opera -House ,r jetween.. Eighth and Fourteenth; , streets, .. a- ladies' gold atch. Name in .watch "Amanda Woodard," March, 21, '1893." Finder will please call,N; H. Bradley Broom Works-, over; Home phone. 'Suitable reward. ,,.-. ; N-. dt-pd) . t COW KINS DCPKIS0NED s2. Vid-t .a.iirr Tip machirie to look after the safety of 11 W uiv l-. .T.mac TVrfifcv. "millionaire co Hnri' nf TllShofs: is'&masf.behifid brs of a Federal prison -for eight disappeared, nd.-fce hasn t J-Ji? f Lftnt. tmvers. in all ..portions of yet. accorln-.ir wgTKVGEr ?r.x" ' the 'country. gand Paper Hangin Painting WeNfean. furnish estimates on Paper- . T. XTl TTT- V..,. ", 4..1V v?ng ana r&iauus, ,nB,iiw, j line of. samples. ;WorJL gusranwsea; and-leharges reasonable.-. - - , . JkSHUEOT & OWSLEY m j ' fllflB ' 1 Our sales so 9 MOTORTORMr-1- .3 '" --": ":. -x.jj 1'FITHERPWONC" Jo . No Chair Made Wears Like These And just think you-get .them at . 20 Discount This Mayflower Puritan Phonograph Sells regularly every where at $125.00. It it in the Big .Cash Sale at $100.00 RUGS! Don't fall to buy your Russ now, when you can set them at much less. : Every ng at 20 Discount fair have beenveryclajge. . " give the beet values. We know vrei OTQR INVALID COACft UNDERTAKING ; " .a : J -' SIXTH AND MAIN STSw 1 fc- ?s ' one.