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7 Xv ''- f 1- -jr ft- f X' ;x ; jrSt -v TUESDAY, MARCH 1811919 THE BOBIS WWSr- PlMtOlTV assart A & I! t ' I T V N f O THE BEST NOTHING ELSE' TOBACCO FERTILIZER AND ; TANKAGE. Swlft'si high trade Tobacco Fertilizer; also Swigt's Digester Tankage (60 protein) for hogs It pays tb use them. CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO. (mar-7-tf) . I o . JJEW CABJRIER. ' .. I Mr. Allie Dejarnett will tempora rily fill the vacancy on rural route No. 6, until the return of former car rier Owen Gibson, who has been in Uncle Sam's service overseas. Mr. Allie Rowland, who succeeded Mr. Gibson as carrier on that route, re signed recently and will go into, the auto repairing and garage business. NEW AUTO OWNERS. The Lexington Cadillac Co. re ports the sale and delivery of an eight-cylinder Cadillac roadster to Charlton Clay, of Paris. The" Motor Products Co., of Lexington, sold to Mr. Chas. A. Webber, of the Bourbon Garage & Supply Co., a Moline Uni versal Tractor and International 1 ton truck. o DON'T DO ANYTHING UNTIL YOU SEE US. Do not buy anything in the Clothing line until you get my prices. L. WOLLSTEIN, tf Clothing Department. 'ST. PATRICK'S DAY MOBBING." IN THE Yesterday was the day dear to the hearts of all descendants of the good little old green country of Ireland," a green jewel dropped from the sky," St. Patrick's Day. The green sham rock and Ireland's colors were every where in evidence. The day is sacred to the memory of Ireland's patron saint, St. Patrick, revered by all true sons of the Emerald Isle. ADMINISTRATORS QUALIFY. Clay Johnson qualified in the County Court, Friday, before Judge Geo. Batterton as administrator of the estate of James Edward "Burrls, furnishing bond in the sum of ?200, with H. H. Burris as surety. Elizabeth "Woods qualified as ad ministratrix with will annexed, of the estate" of Mollie Hamilton. She furnished .bond in, the 3um of ?250, with Charles Green as surety. . o THE WEATHER. Weather predictions for the week! beginning Monday, issued. Dy tne Weather Bureau are: Ohio Valley and Tennessee Tem perature above normal first part of week, normal thereafter, frequent showers probable. Heavy warm rains fell in this section Saturday night and Sunday, which will have a tendency to bring put the spring vegetation. The weather has" been mild, the tempera ture Sunday approaching very close to the really warm point. Yesterday was a "grey, dull day," and. being St Patrick's Day, almost any kind of weather was to be expected.; i-'-.T INSURANCE. Lightning, Fire, AutMtkIW and Hail ' YERKES PEED. (janl4-tf) . BAPTIST WORKERS' BANQUET. . lias ThA.Tra.inine School, which been conducted the past wee"k at the Baptist,, church by Rev. J. B. Black. State Secretary of the Baptist Surf day School Board, " his' wife, Mrs. Black,, teacher "of Primary and Jun ior MetJiods. and Mr. r. u. wnime,- Dallas'' Texas, instructor of B. Y. P. U. methods and works, was brought tn o HtfriTw nvnr.liision Friday, when' the teachers, 6fficers and workers of the Sunday School were entertained by the Superintendent, Mr. J. T. Tucker", with a '-'turkey dinner,' at his home on Fifteenth street. Theiouse and tablejwere profuse ly decpratedjSh cut- -flowers aim potted' liplantst the color '"scheme of pink and wite'being carried out in the decorations,! cak.es andices.; Mts. Tucker; with a;, corps ;pf assistants, fcsi nfetoaVedi an elaborate five?coulse dinner., after!5 which' various phases' o Simdav School work were .discussed: ,Jtev Black as.d his, associate; ajrJ experts, and , tne .raris ouiw School 'workers "nave -received fgrejat benefit and' inspiration f ronv. tbjejj Training School; just closed. (A;: ' 'fhsoc The guests at.-the banquet werer. Rev. J.'H. Black and wifCALouisvJllej Ky.; Mr. T. C. Garner, Dallas, TeXasjJ Rev. R. O-Goldsmith and .wife, jyir. and Ifcra. ATM." Houston. rMrs.7W.I0. Hintori, Mr. and Mrs. Tv W. Spicer, Miss JBertha Hinton, Dr.iTandj fMrs, WalllagTor, Mrs. Prewitt5VilmottrI Mr. and Mrs. Joe James,' miss; rapsy ClarkL Mr. Raymond StamlerMias Kathf tie Kenney, Mrs. Richardson. Mr. fc H. iekoaHbaT Smart, Mrs. Patt)ro, Mrs.1 Kemney, Mrs. Cash tkia; SOCIAL Jt&D PERSONAL. Coviinfs and Goings of Our People Here, There and Elsewhere. for -Mrs. Harry Simon left Saturday a business trip to New York Mrs. Virgil Swinford has return ed from a visit to Mr. T. A. Garnett, in Cynthiana. Mr. Overton Harper, of Rich mond, was a week-end guest of Miss Rachel Wiggins. Mrs. Wayne Lafferty, of Ravenr na, was a guest of Paris friends sev eral days last week. Mr. A. V. Douglas, of Shepherds ville. former Parisian, is here as a guest of friends, and relatives. " ; Mrs. 'Wm. Ardery has returned from a visit to her parents, Rev. and Mrs. I. T. Spencer, in Lexington. Miss Elizabeth Steele entertain ed informally at her home on Win chester street Sunday with a dining. Miss Fairie Coston, of Ewing, was a guest Saturday and Sunday of Misses Myrtle and Gladys Doyle, near Parls - Mr. Louis Mussinon continues very ill at his home on South Main street. Mr. Mussinon is suffering from a carbuncle. Mrs. J. Will Howard, formerly of Paris, is confined to her home in Carlisle with an attack of influenza, but is improving. - Miss Ella Walsh has returned from Cincinnati, and has resumed her former position as a member of the sales forces of Frank & Co. Mr. and Mrs. William Shire have as guests at their home on South Main street, Mrs. Shire's mother and sister, -Mrs. Rosenbaum and Miss Hortense Rosenbaum, 'of New York City, N. Y. Mrs. Gertrude Smoot, Mrs. Wm. Remington, Lieut. Eugene Elder and Miss Rosina Elder, of Paris, were guests several days the past week of relatives in Richmond. Mr. and , Mrs. Edward Fithian, of Louisville; accompanied by Mrs. Jacob Owens, also of Louisville, are guests of Mr. Fithian's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Fithian. ' Clay Sutherland and Perry Shy, of Paris, representing: the Swift & Co. interests in this section, attend ed a "get-together" meeting and ban quet given in the Phoenix Hotel in Lexington, recently. Leonard Harney, seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Harney, of Ruddles Mills, underwent a suc cessful operation for appendicitis Monday at the Massie Memorial Hos pital in this city. Miss Ruth Wheeler, who was operated on for appendicitis at St. Joseph's Hospital, in Lexington, some time ago, was able to return Satur day to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. WJieeler, on Houston avenue. Mrs. Henry V. Thompson, wife of former Parisian H. V. Thompson. fell at her home in Winchester, re cently, breaking her leg and sustain ing other serious injuries. Mrs. Thompson was reported yesterday as resting very comfortably. Dr. -A. H. Keller has returned from Dallas, Texas, where he has been for several weeks as guest of his son, Mr. George Keller. The lat ter has become an oil magnate, own ing several producing wells of large capacity. Mr! Newsum Keller will remain in Texas, and will take an office position with his brother. Dr. -H. M. Hamilton is closing his business affairs in Paris, and will move about March 25 to Muncie, In diana, where he has purchased the veterinary hospital of Dov Boor. Dr. and Mrs. Hamilton have made many friends during their residence in Paris, who will4 regret their depart ure and wish them "best of luck" in their new home. Mrs. Henry L. Terrill and Miss Sena Rion have returned from Win chester where t!hey were called to the bedside of their aunt, Mrs. Thos. Hall. Mrs. Hall was badly burned when her. clothing caught fire from an' opnT grate "near which she was standing. She was reported as being -somewhat improved, yesterday. Miss Jennie James has returned tm avisit to Jher sister, Mrs. B. J. rnett1'n Montgomery, West Vlr- gfnlai 'Mrs'. Barhett'and little son accompanied. Miss v James home to visit her. parents', Mr. and Mrs. Wm. James, of Fourtn street. hadas; guest lor the week-end. her cousin, .Sliss Christine Kenley, of Georgetown, and Mr. W. F. Dicker- son, of .Cincinnati. The 'annual luncheon of the girls' J Pan Hellenic of the University of -Kentucky, was held at the Phoe nix HoteJ on Saturday at one o'clock in'ihe ballroom 'The occasion. was the presentation of the scholarship cup: , This year the cup was won by the Alpha Gamma Delta fraternity. MissJEUfca- Piggot, president of'1-the Pali Hellenic in presenting the cup gave the history of the cup and sev eral incidents connected with it. Among the guests attending were the following from Bourbon county: Misses Sue Boardman,, Helen :'Beas lgV, Catherine Denton, Louise' 'Tir rier. Mary Turner, Nancy Buckner, .ZViary-Adams Talbott, Frances Marsh, .Elizabeth Smith and Mildred Collins. their loafing place during the after noon. There were a number of out-of-town parties. Miss Caroline Rose berry, of. Paris, was hostess to a par ey composed of the following Bour bon county people: Miss Belle Hor ton, Mrs. Katherine Davis Craig, Mr. Charlton Clav. Mr. Hnerh Fftrcnisnn. Mr. Woodford Buckner, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar T; Hinton, Mrs. purand Whip ple; Mr. Normand Moss, of Lexing ton; Mr! Kenneth Alexander,' of Woodford county; Ben Buckner and Gerard yan'Cromelin. (Other Personals on Page 3.) ,:: O STABS, 'AND STRIPES YEAR OLD, PRINTS. HALE MILLION , - PAPERS.' ., -' Stars and Stripes, the newspaper of the American Expeditionary force, has jusjL entered Its second year. .Its first issue, it -now admits, was short of the 30,000 it was supposed to be. It now circulates more than, 5 00,0 00 copies, and is limited to that only by the scarcity of white paper. It is going all over the world, even to the American forces on the Murman coast in Russia. , The money borrow ed of the general; staff to start the paper has been paid back." . , Says the anniversary number: "Almost every line of the first number was written between er rands .by one buck private working in the "office of field press headquar ters at Neuf chateau. Its cartoons were done at odd times on still od der scraps of paper up in Damblaine, where the marines were somewhat engrossed with the preparations for their first invasion of the trenches. "The present office, over the Amer ican Chamber of Commerce in Paris, seems when compared with the first office of the Stars and Stripes, where, in a hall bedroom in the Hotel St. Anne, the original five got out the early numbers, with a cavalaryman as the treasurer, counting over the first francs on one beer table and Wally drawing his dern cartoons on another. There the small staff wrote their pieces, corrected them, made up the pages, folded, wrapped and addressed the papers, and then car ried them off to the train." MANY DOGS IN COUNTY. Up to Saturday, County Clerk Pearce Paton has issued a total of 2,000 licenses to dog-owners in Paris and the county. ' A Paris banker did a humantarian act Saturday when he accompanied Deputy Sheriff James Gibson to the Clerk's office and secured a license and tag for a dog that was about to be impounded. The canine evidently understood and 'appreciated the kind act, fsvhe frisked, around like a playful child and danced atwo-step to the jingling of his tag. Who says the milk of human kindness has gone into discard? COL. WINN LECTURES. Col. Charles D. Winn, formerly of Paris, lately returned from overseas duty, delivered an interesting ad dress at the Paris High School audi torium at 2:30 o'clock yesterday af ternoon, to an interested audience. Col. Winn detailed some of his re cent experiences on the battlefronts in France, and delighted his audi ence by his graphic descriptions of happenings over there where the bat tle! raged thickest. For Sale ' 'A Garland water heater, in per fect condition. Price.-: 10. 00. Call Cumberland Phone 871.:' ,(lt) The Annex! Are you going to re-decorate ;this Spring? If so, J?e extend to yoU-,a special invitation tb call .and ,fck over our line of Jnteriof 'decorations, (all new.) Ask for one of our illus- THiss James i trated booklets showing a numbeir of color plates of original ideas, suitable for every room in the liome. A -word to the wise "PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY." . - I ' Next door to THE FAIR. .. -S. X BORLAND, Manager. t iVllBS lUitl Llia. rcigUSUU VjrclO u.rar- f'tess. at the home of her parents,- Mr. Land; Mrs. Volney W.Fergjisonnear. Jaxis, last nignx, to a nappy e,iuei Mg, who were there rtormefeJt infqrj 'mklly. Dr. Charles Miles JflcKinley, or tW . ,59fttoV"l 1 Confectionery Store! Successor to Adami & Santi. Ml Exasxi ita Goats A- wiNsoMELY Pretty Spring Suits and You'll find it pleasant to review such a well selected showing. The styles are enticing for their beauty and value-attractiveness. Choosing from our displays means exercising good judgment. - ;t, Dolmans, Capes, Suits, Coats, k Dresses, Waists, Skirts and Millinery" : HARRY SIMON 224-228 West Main St., Lexington, Ky; Main Street, Paris, Ky. TOBACCO COTTON s AA6cyd. :: n At fill if .Harry Simon 111 Florida Fruits Box Candies United States" Medical ?ho is a guest at the Fergusjon limine,. guesis speui. a, ueiiB"-" i.mw socially. The wedding of Miss Ker- gtigon, ana ir. MCtsamey win itui.e ,nlace at the home of the rideJec4t, Bin June. Dr. Mcmniey - nas - out Intel v returned from overseas, wnere h:was-a?nembrof-ihe army:nedir cal corps with the American Expedi tionary Forces- - f ' Thel first o?& series of tea dan- mnts was heJdsfromaour-umui six- o'clock in th in caftjot tse pnoe lx 'Stotfrl; JLexiiteton, on' Saturday aftemdon. The return of the for mer custom-,cturdy fr$p& being the Appointed time of-tfie week for dancing .and tea, wa8jeelcomed' bytlryQungr society of Lexingtoa and a host of couples made the cafe vi AdamiV Famous Recipe for IH) making deHcipuB Ice Cream, I-So&a" -Wter :.aria '.Mixed Corps .; r-' - nnks still lised? ' '- BuiTlce CreanT 3 (Made .from Pare Cream) delivered for;'S'ome:,ase..5jj . Fancy Ices fflfcPartte& J r ,rr tht WEST,; St Us. II i x i i JX MBITON AGEHTTOaIBaED "$ JUCDSOJTADA 0I6AXS - i 1X1 IX Ulr ou need some oj cur New furmtee Coftfetn onc i r- Now. Lasts Until 1st i T Mr. and Mrs. HomeloVer! , . If you are floing to furnish a new home or re-ifurnish-your old home, WEJare the people you viant ,to see. t ' ,; : Our furniture and rugs are the Very latest in Resign, :strongly built, and of the best quality. j We put a fair price on our -furniture- ahdrugs land i give everyone vvho does business with-us a 15QUARE DEAL. - ' " . ' 4 ' ": 1 - . ' - ' ' : ' : " . . .- Pan? ao An Kucinocc Aih inn9 4 . - :.. . Mtr d. T. HIFHT0N e. - rWP& s It has been an inprtce dented success, botk ftr us and our customers. Because . our customers realize that we do as we adertise ? ! If5 YOU ARE GOINQ JO B i v RUGS OR FliRJMiTR Buy. 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