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iixwf, baixi ,
, ' FRIDAY, MAHQE 14, lSlf, $
Triangle Club supper in the
church, parlor; Tuesday, 7:00 p. m.
: Rose Maiden, rehearsal; Wednesday,
7:30 p. hi. jprayer meeting: service;
JYiday, w;00-f.p. m. Choir rehearsal.
The Christian. Epdeavor Society
i of the Presbyterian church will meet
Sunday kvening'' at 6:30. The sub-
ject is "JEnvy. and Cdvetousness," and
he leader is Miss Alise Heller. The
publte i? "cordially invited.
v The Christian Endeavor Society
'of the Christian church will meet in
'the church parlors Sunday night at
C-lfin ninlnnlr 2nViiot. "WnW flTld
Covetoujmess;" leader, Rev. W. E.
Ellis, pastor of the church.
Th regular monthly social of
the Epwprth League of the -Paris
. REAL1 "ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Mitchell pur
xjhaaed a' cottage -located on Virginia
ayenue for $1,350.
Mr. Harry. Mitchell sold to H. X.
Smart, of Nicholas county, a house
and lot in Rosedale Addition to Paris
for $1,900. Mr. Smart and family
'will moye to thepFoperty next week.
I Confectionery Store
" Successor to Adami & Santi.
Alo'mi'a PomniK T?arlTa -PrV
'jj making delicious Jce Cream,
II Soda Water and Mixed
Drinks still used.
Methodist church will be held this
(Friday) evening-at 7:30 o'clock, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Schrote.Von Scott avenue. Every
member isurged to attend.
The Ladies Missionary Society
of the Presbyterian church will meet
in the lecture room of the church
next Monday afternoon, March 17,
at 2:30 o'clock.
The following is the calendar
tor the week for the Christian'
church: Sunday, 2:30 p.m. Jun
ior Endeavor Society, Roy Markland,
leader; Sunday, 6:00 p. m. Chris
tian Endeavor Society, Rev. W. E.
Ellis, leader; Sunday, 7:00 p. m.
Evening service; Monday, 6:00 p. m.
The following have been ordain
ed by Rev. W. E. Ellis as deacons of
the Paris Christian church: Harry
Baldwin, Ed.T. Hinton, E. J. Burris,
A: 1. Burley, Thos. Kiser, Frank P.
Lowry, J.-W. Brown and Geo. W.
Wyatt. The last three were re
elected to office, the term for which
they were elected having expired.
It will be necessary to elect two
elders to fill existing vacancies. The
Church Board will then -comprise
twenty-seven deacons and six elders.
The choir of the Christian
church is planning-to givea cantata,
"The Rose Maiden," early in May.
This is said by competent judges to
be one of the most beautiful musical
scores ever printed. It is full of
bright lines and very pretty musip.
Hehearsals will begin next weelc.
Mr. A. lu Boatright, who will have
supervision and direction of the pro
duction, requests all who would like
to take part inthe chorus to send in
their names at once, so they may be
placed in time for, the rehearsals.
TheVTunior Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will hold a
"Silver Tea" in the Sunday schpol
room, of the new church on Monday,
March 17. 1919. at 7:45 P. m. The
Junior Missionary Society is educat
ing a little boy, from the mountains,
who was driven from home by his
' stepmother, and this social is "being
.given to help buy his scnoiarsnip at
Dr.-Philip's Academy, in the moun
tains. A regular St Patrick's Birthday
program has been arranged and a
most enjoyable evening is guaran
teed. A cordial invitation 'is ex
tended to everyone A silver offer
ing will be taken.
ELEVENTH DISTRICT ODD FEL
PABIS HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Miss Helen Bannister, director of
athletics attie Paris High School, is
perfecting plans, lor the vflrst High.'
Schools .girls' -basketball toiirnamenfe
even held in Central Kentucky. Miss
Bannister is endeavoring to arrange
a program of basketball , events, to
take ..place in the local Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium during the week. - . .
If Miss Bannister's plans are per
fected, the following High Schools
will be represented- in the tourna
ment Winchester, Maysville, Nich-
olasville, Versailles, Frankfort, Law-
renceburg, Georgetown, Midway,
Lexington and Paris. Suitable
awards, the exact nature of which
has not 'yet been determined, will be
given' the winning team by the Paris
High School Athletic Association.
Miss Bannister is a graduate of
tHer New Haven, Conn., Normal
School of' Gymnastics, and since she
became connected with the Paris
High School faculty shehas succeed
ed in stimulating considerable inter
est in athletics among the girl students.
Bulk Ice Cream
(Made from Pure Cream)
delivered for home use:
Fancy Ices for Parties
I 'Tor the BEST, Set Vs,
AGENT JR M. IBOLD
AND S0NADA CIGARS
, Grand Secretary R. G. Elliott, of
Kentucky Odd Fellows, has an
nounced that the district meeting for
the Eleventh district, including "this
county, will be held in London, on
March 21. Matters -of interest will
be presented to the meeting by the
Grand Master a-nd Grand Secretary,
and the Grand Lodge Degree will be,
conferred on all Past Grands at
tending and presenting proper certi-
fficates, and London Lodge is .pre
paring to add interesting features to
the' occasion. Odd Fellowship is cel
ebrating its hundredth anniversity in
Blue Grass Oil Exchange
: ' Incorporated)
'afcCombr, Bourbon, Pyramid, Co-Operating, Old Dominion, Xen
. tcky Star, and all other high grade Kentucky Oil Stocks bought
and. sold on commission. '
!'We meither promote companies nor act as agents ffiv the sale of
x J. Orders for purchase or sale promptly executed on commission7
basis ".' , '
418 Main St., PABIS, KY. -
BOARB OP DIRECTORS
Jeo. W. Stuart (). T. Hinton John M. Stuart
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1919 Opening Spring Millinery
Friday; March : 14th .
, j Will Be Dmiiualty Attractive
Jj ; -New exclusiTje models, graceful and smart, will 7
s maite UllS ailUWXUJg unc uj. Jicai, jw;icdo uv juu.
MRS. MAMIE PARKER
H Cor. Main and Filth Sts
LEON REN AKER & CO.
'..-'.. Have OpriMl Nvy Poultry In th -
low Building; Opposite Hotel Windsor
In order to stimulate interest in
the study of Latin, Miss Elizabeth
Roff, teacher of Latin in the Paris
High School, is making arrange
ments to haye a professor of that
language from each of the" nearby
colleges in "Kentucky to' give a lect
ure to her class once av week. The
first lecture in he course was given
hy Dr. T. B. McCartney, Dean of
Transylvania College, of Lexington.
It is felt -that by emphasizing 'the
value of Latin in later life the stu
dents will take it in study in prefer
ence to vocational or scientific
Prof. Lee Kirkpatrick, the effici
ent Superintendent of the Paris
schools, has been elected president of
the Kentucky Students' Association
of Columbia University, in New York.
Prof. KirkpatrickSvill leave June J.
for New York to study during the
summer, and will finish his work
for the Master Degree at Columbia
The campaign for two thousand
books to be added to the High School
library is progressing very favorably,
and the students who have been so
liciting the books have met with
great success. The children of the
school are soliciting vsuch books as
one can spare from their library, and
these works will be placed in the
school library ifor use by all the stu
dents during their spare time. The
classics, books on poetry and works
of that class will be greatly appre
ciated by the children and will prove
of great value to them. Large book
cases to take, care of the books con
tributed will "be placed in the halln)
second story of the High School
building, and the students will have
access to these at all times.
In order to enable the school teach
ers Yf Bourbon county to comply
with an act of the -Legislature re
quiring theni to pass-an examination
on agriculture so as to be eligible to
teach in the State after July i, the
Paris "High School has arranged to
give a free course in this subject be
ginning March 15 and lasting ten
weeks. ? ,
Those who enroll in the class will
meet-in, the Paris High School build
ing at 8:30 o'clock Saturday morn
ings and the class will last for two
hours. Teachers will be furnished by
the college'of agriculture, University
of Kentucky, who will give services
free of charge. -j- -
The science laboratories of the
school will be open to members of
the class and they- will be coached on
the. different phases of agriculture-
with which they must be familiar be
fore they can pass the examinations
to be given this summer.
'Seniors in the college of agricul
ture of the University of Kentucky
will serve as teachers and -as they
are allowed credit towards their, de
gree for this kind of work they do
not charge for their services. From
time to time members of the faculty
of the college will lecture to the
members of the class.
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n Insure with
W.O. HINTON &SON,Agts
BAEDWELL BANK BUILDING DE
STROYED BY ELBE.
The Bank of Arlington, at Bard-
well, Ky., was destroyed by nrei
Tuesday night at 10 o'clock. A
stove in the second story of the
building, where a good roads meet
ing was held, is believed to have .be
come overheated. .The roof .on ?the
grocery store' of E. H. Owen and the
rplate glass front of the store were
broken py the1 falling walls ,ofthe
bank building.': ' J , f '')v
Rrt, Wind and Llfhtnlnc
f Insurance. -
ThomaSf Wooofortl & Bryan
v ,,, . O ' ' . I t
WQEK& YSAYE WILL APPEAR
will - oav the highest cash, prices for
iltry K9 hides 'and junkT Our Itruck
make trips to ttve country tor larse
cjaMnltiMe of poultry and ex?
. ,'t fr I . -.
iT ' . i , . ( w tt 'i ) s i , ' lYsaye one, or -the, jour world-great
t . . j . - !,,...-. : ' s .- '.. j 'j.
GRANT ROBINSON, Manager
T" kT " i
Wl-ln$fl'imi lJ:iKi?v?&?X'' s
American Consul Hoover, "atSaoJ
Paulo, Brazil, cabled theState De
partment, suggesting, that "breeders
of livestock in tho .United States. and
manufacturers onnectedvwitjhL that
industry send, representatives- to . a
livestock exposition to be, opened at
Sao Paulo, April 21. .
Prom 10 'A. M. to"-3 P. MM SATUR
DAY ONLY. 7
Special Clean-Up Sale of Window
Shades, assorted -sizes, and colors and
a big Bargain at these prices:.
4 2 -inch
- Cream, Tan," Canary and Brown at
above price. Sale closes positively
at 3 p. m.
Genuine Congoleum Rugs,' 18x3 6
inches, all colors, your choice 25 c.
Real Felt Rugs, large sizes, $2.75
to $3.50 value, at $1.98.
Linoleum and Congolen remnants,
from 4 to 6 yards in a piece, 2 yards
wide, at 69c, a. square yard.
LADIES' OUTFITTERS j l'
f -' :'
x.? Xf yet" ' , -
Spring is almost here. In a week
or two you will suddenly realize how
little you have done, and how much
more you have still to do in Spring
decorating. All the new Spring de
signs and colorings in Wall Papers
are now on display. Let us prove to
you by estimating on the decoration
of your room, what -a saving we can
make for you.
. FOR THE ENTIRE WEEK
Chocolate Covered Cherries in
cream, 6c a package.
Toasted Cocoanut Marshmallows, a
Nut Cream Caramels, assorted fla
vors, per pound 25c.
House Furnishings at a 10 sav
ing fo this week.
Aluminum-specialties, such as Pre
serving Kettles, all sizes, Baking
Pans, Pie Pans, Soup Strainers, Per
colators, Teakettles; and also .beau
tiful line of pure Whiteand White
and Blue and White Mottled En
amelled Steel Ware, Dish Pans, Coffee
Pots, Infants' Bath Tubs, etc "
Automobile Wind Shield Glass, all
sizes in stock.
L-Ws Are Now Showing
' - "
Early Spring Models
- il "
Grepe de Cheneand Voile Blouses
1 " and
, Skirts ' -'
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FRANK & CO.
". ' LADIES' OUTFITTERS
The Cincinnati Symphony Orches- 4
ir"wui De iieara in xingLon on.
Tuesday;A'priL8, in matinee ana in
the evening. The- Cincinnati4 Sym-
pouuy noa iui Lia uijlcului CiUgeue
violinists. There" will be ninety ntu-l
sipians in the!rchestra.
"Germaos Wearing Old Clothes,'
gay.adPH$iilincky dogs Ljfce .
did Hneygef them V Jl-Ur
418 Main St.
Stocks Bought and Sold at
Open Call Sessions Every
WednesiUjrM Saturday Even,
ing at 7:30 0 clock.
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