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V U TUESDAY, APRIL 15191 THE BttJlMr'Sllflfc? 'iia&P niftjiiii&f1 &?& Cj'-flj'ftjT' "flT ',, J5 ? -aI A aSl a-.-. ritas .1.. V r- !I.V T5.'"i3s.aS" j j" -V3- -- i" " .r cA fOR THE BEST NOTHING ELSE COTTONSEED MEAL. , 60J Sjwift's Digester Tankage Protein tor nogs. Swift's High Grade Fertilizer for ToBacco. 3-) CHAS. S. BRENT & 3R0. O r . BIG LOT SALE. Be on time at the- big lot sale to be ' held in North Middletown, on Tuesday, April 22,. at ten o'clock a. m. j Free lot to be given away. Be a booster for your own town. Come!-- o SEED SWEET POTATOES Big stock of seed 'sweet potatoes, including Bermuda, Strausburg and Nancy Hall you can't beat this va riety. (It) C. P. COOK & CO. ' IN NEW POSITION. Mr. Julian Howe, formerly con nected with the Paris Gas & ElecT trie Co., as bookkeeper, has accepted a position with the R. . C. Ruggles Motor Co., of Paris, as bookkeeper He assumed the duties of his new po sition 'yesterday. o BOX AND PIE SUPPER A box and pie supper will be given in the Little Rock Graded School building at Little Rdck next Satur day night, by the pupils and teachers of the school. Thevproceeds of the entertainment will be applied for the benefit of the school. o KICKED BY MULE. Mr. W. P. Fisher, of the Fisher Transfer Co., sustained two broken ribs recently, when a vicious mule planted his hoof in them. Mr. Fish er's injuries were given immediate attention and he was able to resume his duties at the transfer office. o TO BUILD NEW WAREHOUSE. Work will begin soon by the Bour bon Tobacco Warehouse Company on their new sales warehouse, adjoining the present houses. The one-story frame house was sold at public auc tion Saturday, the purchaser being Alvin Hicks, who paid $195 for the property. . o LOOK HOUSECLEANERS Remember we have the best polish, mop and dust mitten. Dusts, shines and polishes at one stroke. Great labor saver. (15-lt) FORD & CO. o SOCIAL A1W PERSONAL. Comings and Goings of Our Y People Here, There and . Elsewhere. TUr' I' T; TemP". retired lum l merShant of Paris. k very ill with asthma at his home near Paris wJf" Dan L: Moore' of Harrods Irnrg, is a guest of her sister Mr? Charlton Alexander, near Paris Mr Clay Allen, have returns f on nv--mI.a i -wwfc '.uui . cAicuueu stay at Indiana. Martinsville, Mter53 Martha C01-- wSSf?,, wter, Mrs. Wm. B. Woodford at her ome on the Win chester pike, near Paris , I8SEJ!Se?idd' f Frankfort, is u guest at the homo nf Mr ,? L Swift Champ, 9n Pleasant street ecT. naail a former resident of Paris, now residing in Cleveland, Ohio is a guest of relatives and friends m Paris. -. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Thomp son are expected home next week from St. Petersburg, Florida, where they have been spending the winter Mrs. R. C. Ellis has returned to her home in Dayton, Ohio, after a visit to Mrs. Nellie S. Highland and other relatives in this city and county. Mrs. W. R. Franklin and Miss Lenora Aliband have returned to their homes in this city after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McClintock, in Richmond. Mrs. Laura Craig and daughter, Miss Evelyn, have returned to their home in Vevay, Indiana, after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Jos. M. Rion, on Second street. Mr. Sim Levy, who underwent a serious surgival operation at St. jqsepn s Hospital, in. Lexinsrton. Charlton Clay "will lead the cotillon, assisted by the honor guests of the evening. k . ' Mr. and Mrs. Echvard Burke will leave this morning for ah extended stay:at French Lick Springs. Miss E. C, Weimer has returned to her home near Richmond, Va af ter a pleasant visit to Miss Lucy Simms, on Second street. Mrs. E. C. Cleveland and chil dren, who have" been, spending the winter in Tampa, Florida, returned "Sunday. Mr. Cleveland came home several weeks previously. Lieut. John. Harris Clay," "who has been stationed in the army ser vice in' Egypt,' arrived in Paris yes- terday,.'as a guest of his mother, Mrs. Cassius M. Clay, at "Auvergne," near this city. Miss Anna Louise White, who is attending Hamilton College, at Lex ington, will come home Thursday for the Easter holidays." She will be accompanied by her schoolmates, Misses Mildred Wood of Shelbyville, Jennie Morgan,- of Tennessee, and Laey Nichols, of Louisville. On-Saturday the young ladies will go to Louisville, where they will remain until Tuesday as members of a house party to be entertained by Miss Nichols. (Other Personals on Page 3) o EASTER AND NEW CLOTHES. 3 IX 1X1 :mj'- EASTER MILLINERY When you see the wonderful variety of smart shapes and trimmings you will be sure to want one of our new Easter Hats. Lovely straw and-rough braids in all the - Suit shades, with trimmings of ostrich, ribbon or flowers $5.00 to $15.00 Styles with vim and go. The kind that will'' satisfy your regard for your appearance $30 up. J. W. DAVIS & CO. NAVY BAND SURE TO BE HERE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. All doubt as to the appearance in Paris of the Navy Band which is en tour through Kentucky in connection with the Victory Liberty Loan was dissipated yesterday when Coroner Rudolph Davis informed THE NEWS tlia'f" TlS VlQ1 nrTY-Tv1af rA n y-r i irnivinnt c some time ago, has returned to Paris, for the band's appearance here. EASTER HATS. It's time to layaside that old win ter hat and dress up-pr Easter. J. 'W: DAVIS &vdo. o SILVER TEA AT THE CLINTON- vTLLE CHURCH. T$e members of the C. W. B. M." of the Clintonville Christian, church wilFive a "silver tea" in the church building this afternoon, Tuesday, AprjS 15, at 2:30 o'clock. An inter esting program has been arranged and-refreshments. wiJL bea served.. The .public is cordially invited to at tend' o "TATEBS" GEK.THE JIM3T. 9 mmmmmm The limit of the law, $100 fine and thirty days in jail, was given Geo. "Taters" Williams, . in . the County Court, Saturday,- by County Judge George Batterton, on a charge of "bootlegging" in local option terri toryi Williams has been before the Court on sf.vftral occasions on similar- charges.e When arrested some time ago 'by Patrolman .George W. Judy and on his way to jail he made his escape, but was arrested at Winches ter and returned to Paris. o FOR SALE. Splendid parlor organ at Busy Bee Cash Store. o ; -a bargain," (ll-2t) A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER. BEVER AGE DARK COTTON TOP. Nothing is more refreshing and in vigorating than, a bottle of Dark Cotton Top. We serve in bottles ice cold. Take no substitute. Come to our place and call for Dark Cot ton Top. (ltX JAS. E. CRAVEN. BIG LOT SALE AT NORTH MID- DLETOWN. TUESDAY, , j-:. APBIL22. Th&sBryan. property at North Mid dletown will be sold at public sole on Tuesday .April. "22: Come aid. have a big day with us. Brass band, good, auctioneers and the ladies of the .Christian church will serve din ner. .'Remember the date, Tuesday, April 2; at ten. o'clock ,a.:nn..-Bev on timerand 'eei your ticket in on a free. lot that we will give away that day .torthe lucky holder. WA&EFIBLD-DAVIS REALTY CO. !s&KO0IS CONSOLIDATED Thjpublic schools of -Millersburg, Mcllyaftne, Purdy, Tarr and Letton, comprising & total of about five hun dredfjipils, have been consolidated, in compliance with an order entered by the- County Board of Education at a r,jcent meeting. Avn$w consolidated school build ing i?Qi be erected at Millersburg, the cost of construction to be met by th&Uaxpayers of the consolidated district 'A3 election, will shortly be called, to take-a voteon the" matter. In event the plan goes through the trustees of the -neizr school will pro vide motoF'iranejKfttioc;.jfi?J'?' pupiis'-toVnd" from 'their 'tfomes? reatly improved. Misses Christine and Louvena Thomson have returned to Richmond to continue their work in the Eastern Normal School, after a visit to their home hear Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hedges Rash, B. F. Judy and Edward Todd, of North Middletown, have gone on an inspec tion trip of the great gusher oil fields of Kansas, Texas, and Okla-, homa. Mr. Luther Jacoby, well-known farmer of the Hutchison precinct, was brought home Sunday afternoon from Norton Infirmary, in Louisville, where he underwent two serious ope rations some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cottrill have returned from a visit to relatives in Detroit, Mich., and in Windsor, Can ada. They were accompanied home bjMiss Goode, -of Lexington, who had been visiting in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Wilson, who recently returned from Okla homa, have leased the residence of Mrs. Rosa Flanders, on Walker Ave nue, and will locate there tempro rarily, pending the building of e new home. , . . ' ' Mr. andirlrs.vHenryJSl Caywooil, of North Middletown, en Toute to New York, Boston, Philadelphia and other Eastern cities on a combined business and pleasure trip, stopped over in Mt. Sterling for a visit to friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Behler, for merly of Paris, who have been spend ing the winter in Jacksonville, Fla., where Mr. Behler has been in charge of a large manufacturing-establish ment, have returned, and will make Lexington their future home. Mrs. Perry J. McCord is a pa tient at the Massie Memorial Hos pital, in this city, wherevshe under went a surgical operation yesterday morning, performed by "Dr. Barrow, of .Lexington. Mrs. McCord rallied nicely and last night was reported as resting comfortably. Invitations have been issued to an Easter dance to be given in Georgetown, on Thursday evening, April 7, 1919, by the members of the Georgetown Social Club. Music will be rendered by Smith's Sextette. Paris society people vst ill" attend. Mrs. Margaret Wells, wife of J. J. Wells, of North Middletown, is a patient at the Massie Memorial Hos pital, where she recently underwent an operation for carsinoma by Lex- j mgton surgeons. She withstood the shock of the operation remarkably well, and bids fair to recover com pletely. l THE NEWS acknowledges re ceipt of the following card: . . "The Board of Directors of the Chatfield & Woods Paper Co., of Cin cinnati, Ohio, announce with pro found sorrow the death of Mr. Albert H. Chatfield. President of this cor poration, which occurred on Thurs day, March the twentieth, nineteen hundred and nineteen."- H. B. Kinsolving, of Louisville, is in Central Kentucky in the inter est of the Kentucky Oil Journal, a new publication recently launched inj Louisville by. "Old Man Harris" and associates. Mr. Kinsolving, who is a former Mt, Sterling man, is well known in Paris and throtigb&ut Cen tral Kentucky, where he will make an active canvass in the interest of the Kentucky Oil Journal Sunday's Courier-Journal print ed a. fine-h4one?porttaitf of Miss" Minnie Ball Afoore, of .JIarrodsburg, a handsome and attractive" "yonAg'. woman, who has been a', ..ireQue'nt, guest in thejhomes of Paris society people. Miss Moore has been chosen by Mrs. Samuel X. SnacWeford," who' is State Regent of the D. A. R., as one of her aides at National Con vention of the D. A. R., which con vened in Washington, D. C, yester day. The second of a series of enter tainments that the Cotillon Club will give will be on Tuesday, April 29. The club has recently been .reorgan ized after many months and plans are being formed to make, this the most delightful of therentire season.. It rill be jven ift ffonbr of the brfde-J elect, Miss Martha Perguson, whose marriage to Dr. McKinley will be a social event of the early June, and rl&&ty "tttctirf Jjsitqr whQ wiii"ne nere xor me xuuuiu. aui. The Navy Band will come to Paris for two concerts, one on Sunday af ternoon at 2:00 o'clock, and the" oth er at 8:00 o'clock Sunday night. Both performances will be given at the Paris Grand Opera House, in connec tion with the showing of the great motion" picture, "The Price of Peace." Mr. Davis was in Lexington yester day, where the Navy Band played an engagement and made the necessary arrangements for guaranteeing the, appearance of the band in Paris. The' program will be one of an interesting character, and the appearance of the Navy Band here will be an event for our people. The band will reach Paris, Satur day, night, and will-give a parade on Main street, from Tenth to the Court House and return. They wilkbe guests of the city during their stay here. TEACHERS' PAY DAY. Teachers of the county schools re ceived checks Saturday for their P&3C County Superintendent of Schools J. B. Cay wood was in his- office for. that purpose -most -of- the' day. A' large" amount was distributed to the teachers. WANTED EGGS! EGOS!! HIGH EST CASH PRICE PAID We want your eggs, will pay 37 cents cash or 38 cents in trade. Bring us your eggs, we make the price. (It) ' C. P. COOK & CO. o FORMER' PAEE5 MAN INJURED BY " HOBSE. I 4 News was received here Sunday of an Injury to Mr. G. C. Thompson, Jr., at his home at Allensville, Ala bama, where he. is engaged, in farm ing. Mr. Thompson was handling a fractious .horse, when- the, animal made a plunge; one of his hoofs striking Mr. Thompson on the right foot, badly injuring it. WANTED To rent a furnished house begin ning May 1 or June 1, Will lease for any period agreeable to owner. (15-tf) MRS. M. C. BROWNING. Gloves Found. . Pair of black kid gloves were found in 'Paris Cemetery, Saturday. Owner may have same by, proving property and paying for this adver tisement. (15-2t). Drs. Coover & Watson VETERNAEIANS, " Office, Bourbon Garage. Both Phones 347. . (Successors to Dr. H. M. Hamilton. V (15apr-lmo-pd) Lost Horse. Strayed from, my home, on the New. Forest farm, on- ,the Maysville pike; gsfLupr bay 'mare, with- heavy . mane atfad tail. Mark5 of traces on left h'ip.' f Suitable reward for her return or for information leading to her recov ery. JOS. CAMERON. Route No. 4, Box 9, Paris, Ky. Clerks Wanted Government clerk examinations April 23, May 17. Hundreds of clerks needed, $92 month. Young men, 18 and over, desiring -government positions, departmental, rail way mail, postoffice, write for free particulars. J. C. Leonard, (former M5-4t) Sweaters, Underskirts, Lingerie, Millinery, Blouses. Vestees, Beaded Bags, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear. Capes and Dolmans Tee Spring Wraps that have gained such popularity are here in all their charm Sercre . I tricotme and broadcloth, reasonably priced $15.00 to $100.00 Suits Box Boats, Russian Bluses, semi-fitting models in the most favored, fashionable materials These suits are well cut and well tailored and wb take- pride in offering them to our cus tomers at such low prices $25.00 to $75.00 For Misses and Juniors, in Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Taffeta. ' SKIRTS See our beautiful skirts of Pussy Willow, Georgette and Fantasy. 4 Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Voile Blouses of superior quality and design are priced from I $5.00 to $15.00 :: ' HARRY SIMON 224-22S West Main St., Lexington, Ky; . JVIaln Street.. Paris, Ky. mmfflii i i i'hihipi hi nil urn in im n i iiiMMii iniiiinyiwB "" ? ' ' ' ' s ' ; ' ss i a s "" bB j a S a a J a a . . a a S a . a. : a a a a : a a i a a a a a a " aa H . I 2rr 1afla M M nil bB anSaBaaaBBBBBlBVaBaaBaH till K, . . i x"' " Oils mSX5tisi imr t ;.; kw i j . . -: 1 i - i a '," I .OA Mrs. Homelover says: j THE d. T. HINTONGO. has the most complete stock from which to get yoilr Furniture, Rugs, Linoleums, Phongraphs and Wall Paper and that they save you money. - She will .tell you some' more next-.issue. v f- M: v -;!&' 4fr i , " ' - f " " ltX IS v iafc!toU-VBju"j2 THE J. T. HIINTON CO. MOTOR HEARSE -MOTOR INVALID COACH- UNDERTAKING "EITHERPHONE" 36 SIXTH AND MAIN STS. &i-$-v$& &tth??ca(&b&s23 -&&jmyc2&n('ii' z:- , ytmft& r,""-i-i -1 - , 'i. lz hi ji y t & HE F5.