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IMS EIGHT '
THE BOUKBON HEWS, PARIS, KEKTUCKY
TUESDAY, MAKCH 3, lilt.
So" ALAMO AND GRAND S
Today, Tuesday, March 4
in "THE GYPSY TRAIL
She wanted ' to be eloped., with, simply
longing for it! so whei the stars were out
and the moon was as big as a hat -'-box,- Bry
ant Washburn grabbed the lovely burden and
why don't you see -the picture, anyway?
, Carol Hajloway and Antonio Moreno in
"THE IRON TEST"
Arid Pathe Comedy, 'Check Your Baggagt'
Wednesday, March 5lh
If you were one of the millions who saw
it on the stage, you don't need two askings
-to see "Arizona" on the screen! The real
West!- And "Doug." as the famous Lieu
V Comedy .
arid BAD MEN
And Paramount Pictograph.
Edward Van Leeuwe Orchestra 'Jfe13ijge
T- ft '
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 6th, 7th and 8th
Arthur Hauk Presents
Cast Includes Dan Collins, Blackface Comtdlan, and Ross Lewis, 'Wizard of the Accor-
Constance Talmadge Mrs.Leffingweirs Boot'
- u One of the funniest stories ever written for the screen, concerning the trials and tribu
lations of a young wife who purchases what she believes to be theonly existing pattern of
a pair of slippers. However, there is one.other pair m existence and when Mrs. Leffiirg
well's husbafnd sees them in another man's room he mistakes them for his wife's,
Also Screen Telegram and "Fatty" Arbuckle Comedy
SSE EDWARD VAN LEEUWE ORCHESTRA
PRICE 25 AND 5te
War Tax Iacluded
Picture Program at The Alamo Afternoon Only.
C. W. Corrington was in
Cincinnati on business from Tuesday
" Mrs. J. H. Collier and Mrs-. S. R.
Butler are about recovering after a
severe attack of pneumonia.
Regular meeting of Amity
Lodge No. 40, F. & A. M., at 7:30 p.
m. All members are urged to be pres
ent, as there-will be work.
- Miss Martha Violette, of George
town, was the guest of Miss McClure
in the home of Mrs. B. W. Wood,
frpnvFriday until Monday.
" : Elder VanWinkle, of Vanceburg,
preached at the Christian church
Sunday morning and evening. All
Vwib heard him were well pleased.
J "--Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Leer, of
'Parjs, who have just returned from
thir bridal tour, were guests of her
'parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McDaniel,
"from Saturday until Monday.
""Mr. Bayles DeBell arrived from
Lexington as the guest of his daugh
ter Mrs. R. M. Caldwell, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. DeBell returned to their
Ho i at Ewfng, yesterday.
' - -The Farmers Bank closed its
doori after 'business hours Saturday
acfteiuioon with $1,250,000 deposits.
This has surpassed anything in bank-
.Ang business that but a short time
Ago Millersburg could have dreamed
Mr. R. M. Caldwell has resigned
the agency of the Courier-Journal
and Iiouisville Times, Mr-. W. E. Bpt
;ler .accepting the same Mr. Caldwell
desires to thank the patrons of these
papers for their patronage during the
several years he served, them.
Mr. K. R. Vaughtof Indianap
olis, Ind., arrived Saturday at the
home of his father-in-law, Mr. T. D.
Judy. Mrs. Vaught has been with
her parents for several weeks. Her
fsaher, Mr. T. D. Judy, who has been
confined to his home for' several
.weeks, is able to be about the house.
Mr. Edgar Hurst opened his new
cafe Friday eveing in the property of
Mrs. Sue B. Sandusky, recently va
cated by the Blue Bowl Cafe, of Mrs.
D. Ji; Rigdon. The building has been
-completely remodeled, and with its
new furnishings is now one of the
most? attractive buildings in Millers
burg. Mr: Hurst has enjoyed a good
patronage since he opened the place,
Rnd his -many friends wish him all
the success possible in his new enter
prise. Mesdame3 S. M. Allen, D. W.
Ingels, L. R. Rogers and J. M. Alver
son entertained with an elaborate re
ception at the hdme of Mrs. Allen,
Thursday afternoon, in. honor of the
approaching nuptials of'Miss Martha
. Adela- Smith, to Mr. JKenry Clay Cur-rea.f-
The wedding will take place
soitfe time this month. About one
huridred invitations" were issued,
mos,of them, being responded to.
The ladles were assisted by a number
of their lady friends and the recep
tion was one of the most delightful
held here in a long time. The dec
orations were" beautiful and a de
lightful lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ralls have
leased the hcime of Mr. John V.
Ingels, and will move to it.
Miss Lizzie Vimont, who has
been confined to her room with a
badly sprained hand, is reported bet
ter. Miss Nannie Clarke has been
appointed to fill the vacancy in the
Graded School teaching staff, caused
by the resignation of Mrs. J. Monroe
Mrs. Elizabeth Miller and Miss
Elizabeth Miller motored to Louis
ville, Sunday,, to meet Lieut. James
Miller, who has recentlv return pA
Lfrom overseas service.
MissVLyda E. Gardner, of Car
lisle, and Mr. O. E. Hurst, of Millers
burg, addressed the citizens of our
city in the Graded School building
Friday evening, on the need of bet
ter and enlarged. Graded School
building. Owing to the disagreeable
evening, the audience was not as
large as it otherwise would have
been. Public sentiment here is at
last stirred in behalf of a more com
plete school system for Millersburg.
We can get it, and we are going to
have it. Other meetings will be held
in the near future with this object
in view and before many weeks have i
rolled around all the requirements
will be bnet and the site selected for
the new building.
A surprise birthday party was
given Friday evening by Mr. and
Mrs. T. B. Eckley, in honor of the
nineteenth birthday of their sonr Mr.
Harry Eckley, who has just returned
from the navy, after receiving an
honorable discharge. Rook and good
music was enjoyed by all present.
At 10:30 a delightful luncheon was
served. The following guests were'
present: Misses Grace and Iva Dail'v.
of Carlisle; Mrs. Virgil Harney, Miss
Lina Crowe, Mr. Russell Day and
sister, Miss Mary Day, of Paris; Mr.
Collis Maffett, of Cynthiana; Miss
Ruth Arthur, Messers. James and' Da
vis Arthur, Misses Sarah Lee Collier,
Byrd Knox, Ida May Ryan, Eunice
Dantley, Messrs. Joseph and Hiram
Toadvine, Misses Cora Hill; P&sri1
Plummer, Elizabeth Howard and
Lula Thomas,' all of Millesburg;
Mr. and Mrs. D. Cassidy movedi
Saturday to rooms in their flat re
cently purchased from Miss Nancy
Louise Best, and vacated by Mr. E.
D. Baldwin and family, from the
property lately sold by them to- Mr.
KENTUCKY MAN DIES IN FLAMES
AS HOME BURNS:
The residence of Barnett K. Sleet,
on his farm near Walton, Ky., was
destroyed by fire and Sleet lost his
life in the flames. His wife and
three children had gone to spend' the
night with some neighbors, and' Sleet
was alone in the house. Origin of
the fire is unknown.
Death came suddenly at an early
hour last Sunday morning to Mr.
Henry Clay Hutchcraft, aged eighty r
one or the best-known and most
prominent citizens of the city. Mr.
Hutchcraft was found lying across a
divan at his hclme, on Main street,
in this city, by his daughter, Mrs.
Fanniebelle Sutherland, with whom
he had made his home for many
Mr. Hutchcraft had been up and
aronud the home a short time previ
ous, and after a short while-went to,
his room. Not responding to the
call for breakfast, Mrs. Sutherland
went to his room to investigate, and
to her horror, found her father cold
in ieath, his demise. having ,appar-,
ent tajcen piace wumn a compara
tively short time after he Jhad re
turned to the room. 'Medical aid was
quickly sifnmoned, but to no avail,
as Mr. Hutchcraft was beyond all
Mr. Hutchcraft was a member of
one of the best-known families' in
the county or State, and for many
years was one of "the best-posted
Shorthorn- breeders and farjner in
in the county. His home on The Clin
tonyille pike, near Paris, was always
one where hospitality and good cheer
i reigned and the "stranger within the
gates" was as welcome as kith and
kin. He was a man of cheerful and
amiable disposition, of keen business
instincts, and one whom It was a
pleasure to know. He was a, son of
the late Reuben and Fanny
Hedges Hutchcraft, and was born
neth Stony Point, in the coun
ty, where he had spent prac
tically most of his long and useful
life. For the past thirty-five years
he had been a consistent melriber and
,one of the pftlcers of the Paris Chlrs-
tian church. His wifev who-was a
member of one of the old families of
the county, preceded vMni to the
grave many years ago-v
Mr. Hutchcraft is survived Jy one
son, Mr. Edward Hutchcraft, of Chi:
cago: one daughter, Mrs. Fanniebelle
Sutherland, of Paris;. two grandchil
dren. Mr. Clay Sutherland, of, Paris,
tand Arthur Stephen Hutchcraft; two
brothers-,. Mr. K. S. Hutcncratt, or
Paris, and; William Hntcfcc&ft, residing-
fit California,, and; one sister,
f Mrs. R. M. Harris, of Paris. He was
an uncle of the late Capt. Reuben
B. Hutchcraft, who gave Ms life In
the defense of democracy.
The funeral was held at three
o'clock yesterday afternoon, ' with
services conducted at the grave-in the
Paris Cemetery by Rev. W. E. Ellis,
pastor of the Paris Christian church.
The pall-bearers were his nephews,
W. S. Ra Chas. N. Fithian, Kelly
Haley, Clay Shropshire- and Jno. T.
Hedges ama Dr. F. M. Faries. '
daughter, Miss Louise KohlasBv
The funeral was held Saturday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock at his late
home, followed by burial in the Win
IrThe J. T. Hinton Co. 1
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- mn Sixth
Day phone 36
INlBht : . . 56
or Home 286
! Ambulance calls promptly attended to with
:: Umus!itt Invalid Coach.
Hearse used ffer funeral purposes only.
The funeral of Mrs. Martin
Withers, who'died at her home on the
Ruddles Mills pike, of influenza, was
held at the, residence Saturday morn
ing at eleven o'clock. The interment
took place in the Battle Grove Ceme
tery', at Cynthiana, with services con
ducted at the grave.
Mrs. Withers was aged sixty-nine.
She was the widow of William With
ers, who died nine years ago. She is
survived by nine children, "Messrs.
Raymond, Georgeand John Withters,
Mrs. Flora Florence and Mrs. Ara
belle Wyles all of Scott county Mrs.
Pearl Farmer, of Paris; Mrs. Mary
Morrison, and Armand Withers, both
of Scott county, and Mrs. Sallie Ref
fett, of near Ruddles Mills, and by
one brother, Henry Piatt, who re
sided with her.
The funeral of Mrs. Bertha M.
Bell, aged thirty-five, who died Fri
day pf pneumonia, at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Albert Snapp, near
Shawhan, was held at the Christian
church, Sunday afteroon q two
o'clock. The inteitoent followed in
the Paris Cemetery.
Mrs. Bell is . survived by .her
mother, Mrs. Lucy Price Bell, three
brothers, Price Bell, Garrett Bell,
and Horace Bell, and one sister, Mrs.
Mr. George N: Kohlass, aged .fifty-two,
well-known in Paris, died in
Winchester, Friday morning, after a
long illness. resulting :om a nervous
breakdown. Mr. Kohlass was for
many years in the merchant tailor
ing business. He was a man1 of up
right principles and kindly t'Tipera
ment. Mr. Kohlass was well-known to the
older residents of Paris. Besides his
widow, who was Miss -Julia Hodgkin,
he is survived by his widowed moth-
SUBE WE CAN DO-IT
Some folks seem to think that Un
cle Sam is going to hive trouble this
spring in floating his Victory-Liberty
Loan of $5,000, 000,000.
That now that the war is over, all
save signing the peace treaty, public
support Is going to loiter on the way
to the bond counter.
But don't you believe it.
The great American public, which
means of course nothing more nor
less than the American people, are
going to finish the job.
They've been behind Uncle Sani
every minute.. f They're behind him
right now. ' They're going to be be
hind him until the last nail is driven
in the coffin of Kaiserdonv Until
democracy is; really safe' for the
world. - , ". : '
It took. just three weeks -in the
'Fourth Liberty Loan for these same
folks to subscribe something like 6,
500, 000,000: -
' And it wasn't such great shakes of
an effort at that-
They have bought scfnething'like
$17,000,000,000 worth of Liberty
Bonds since the war began almost 18
Yet no one has gone broke in the
' And there is'stili a sufficient sur
plus of loose change lying around
the country to. take this next $5,
000,000,000 issue without serlously
crippling any of the projects neces
sary to our continued prosperity.
For most folk's have been jmaking
a little more money of late than ever
before. Some have been spending
more. But most of us have got as far
as our A B C's in the lesson of thrift.
And we like the idea. x
Besides this next loan is to be
only for a short term, and the rate is
to be higher, and winter will be over
and spring will be in the air and' all
will be lovely. And the future will
be looking as bright as the skies:
We simply cannot fall down this
ti'me. We will not.
We will simply eat it up.
STUDENTS GET HELP
Caleb Doerr, one of the old-time
lumbermen out in Minnesota, remem-
Ihered his early struggles when ie
made ms win. e lert a bequest or
$30,000 as a loan fund for worthy
students in agriculture.
For over ten months the Red Cross
has been distributing' milk to the
needy families of Italian soldiers.
NEW POULTRY HOUSE
LEON RENAKER & CO.
Have Opentd aXew Poultry in the.
Dow Building, Opposite Hotel Windsor
aticf will pay the Highest cash prices for
poultry, eggs, hides and junk. Our truck,
will make trips to the country -for large
ojuemtities of poultry and eggs.
GRANT ROBtttSGN, Manager
Cumberland Phone 361
Home Fhone 552
IS THE TIME!
Shoe Prices Are
In sfite of ttiis we have marked our entire
stock down to prices that must sell quick and;
make an absolute
of all Fall and Winter Shoes. Grasp this op
portunity now; buy for future as well as
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fcj Ait I
Ladies' Black ' English or
Cuban Heel Boot3,
Ladies' Mahogany English,
Ladies' Dark Grey Boots,
with Louis Heel
Ladies5 Grey Boots, Louis
heel, with cloth tops
$5.00 tJo r 5.00
value P0iD value
Ladies' assorted discon
tinued lines, $5 and $6 Val.
, $1 .95
Men's G. M. English
W.-O. and other fa-
luuua m an. ca'.ou vai.WVl
Men's Dark Tan Eng- i ret
lish, $6.00 values VJ hit
Men's Gun Metal Aft aft
Lace,.E. & J. makes, Vi flU
$4.00 values at fLiTU
Boys' Gun Metal M lft
Lace, $2.50 , values, Jl M
Don't Miss This Money -Saving Opportunity.
Sale Now Going On.
Where Beauty and Economy Reign
Paris' Greatest Shoe Store
tl M 1 1 IIMIIllll tf tt l"tttl 1 1 Hit H
er, Mrs. Pattie Lou Kohlass, d one
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