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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1919.
TAXB, ' "myi(iiffJB 5 r-1 f-jjr- -aatj - , - 2 fl FOR THE BEST NOTHING ELSE ATTENTION, FARMERS! Bring in your Seed Wheat and jet us clean it for you- Tele phone us and we will arrange to clean your wheat the same day it is brought in. CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO. aug26-tf) (12-tf) CA2ERED PEACHES GAIN. AT A BAR- One gallon can peaches a bar gain at 80 cents per can. C. P. COOK & CO. o B. 01 C. MEETING. Tee regular monthly meeting of Hichard Hawes Chtpter, Daughters of Confederacy, will be held in the Confederate room, in the court house 'o-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at COO o'clpck. It is earnestly re quested that there be a full attend ance of the members. COURT OF APPEALS CASES. In the Court of Appeals at Prank fort, Tuesday, the following order wns'jmade in the case of the Western LH.cn Telegraph Co. vs. Chas. S. Brent & Bro., of Paris: . Western Tnion Telegraph Co. vs. Brent & Brc . Bourbon. Agreement filed; crt to be passed on call of docket for Li efp. AI TOP-COATS. Lgnt in weight, yet warm, ina -variety of "patterns. Prices start at J. W. DAVIS & CO. o THE NEWEST AND FRESHEST Just in, and more coming, from the chief millinery producing centers cf the United States, an imposing and pleasing array of the latest creations cf the milliner's art. Designed and produced by artists. Call and see them. MRS.-CORNB WATSON BAIRD. (12-tf) o REGISTER OCTOBER 7. Every voter who expects to vote in the coming November election in the city of Paris will be required to register on Tuesday, October 7. It will be well to keep this day in mind and legister, if you want to exercise your rights as a voter. The polls will be open from six a. m. to nine p. m. o THE BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL BOX SUPPER. Several classes of the Baptist Sun day School will conduct a box supper at the church Friday evening, Sept. 26th, to which all are invited. The women and girls are requested to bring well-filled lunch boxes, and the men and boys well-filled pocketbooks to purchase the boxes. All proceeds will go toward the $350.00 fund which the Sunday School desires to raise Sunday morning for missionary purposes. o QUALITY ALWAYS Clothes built to give good service Eiich you will find in our special Blue Serge at $40. J. W. DAVIS & CO. o KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS ENTER TAIN. The members of the P. I. McCar thy Council No. 1955, Knights of Co lumbus entertained with a supper at the Church of Annunciation, Wed nesday night, in honor of the women "who assisted them at their installa tion ceremonies in this city last May. All present had a most enjoyable time. The Paris council is increas ing rapidly in mejmbership and great prosperity is predicted for this orga nization in this county. . -o- SAVE YOU $5 OR $10 BETTER GET IN LINE. We have sold and are selling i any overcoats to jmen who desire to save from $5 to $10. Better get 'n line. L. WOLLSTEIN, 619' Main Street. (17-4t) o THE TRANSYLVANIA STAKE The Transylvania,-which annually determines the trotting champion ship, will be raced at Lexington, Oc tober 2. (23-26) CALLED MEETING OP BOURBON COUNTY RED CROSS. A meeting of the boards of the Bourbon County Red Cross Chapter has been called by the president, Mrs. Jno. W. Jones, of Narth Middle town, to be held Monday afternoon. On September 30 representatives from each voting precinct will meet with the Board to plan the schedule for the survey to be taken through the county. The object of this sur vey is to determine conditions among the people with reference to educa cational, recreational, social and sanitary needs. This has "been deem ed necessary to determine the future policy of the local .chapter. The fol lowing dates have T)een fixed: No vember 1 -Membership .Drive; 'Octo ber 6 Election of Officers. SOCIAL Am) PERSONAL. Comings and Goings of Our People Here, There and Elsewhere. Mr. Farnk Lenihan is confined to his home on Seventh street by illness. Mr. and Mrs. Tojcn McDonald have returned from a visit to friends in Cincinnati. Mrs. Delma McGuire, of Canton, Ohio, is a guest of her; niece, Mrs. George Rose, in this city. Mrs. Philip G. Boehm, of Cincin nati, is a guest of Mrs, Candice Smith and Mrs. Leer Stout. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown will leave Friday for Dyersburg, Tenn., for a two-weeks' visit to relatives. Mrs. M. B. Barnett, of Washing ton, D. C, is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. James, on Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. James Ferguson, of Galion, Alabama, are guests of relatives and friends in Paris and the county. Mr. Gerald Crommelin, "of he Xalapa Farm, near Paris, will leave soon for a visit to his forpner home in Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Curtis, of Beaumont, Texas, are guests of the former's father, Mr. Henry C. Curtis, and family. Miss Fannie Rye and Miss Til lie Rye, of Lexington, arrived home Sunday from a business and pleas ure trip to Chicago, 111. Julian James and Stanley Price have returned from Decoursey, where they have been doing special work for the Louisville & Nashville. Mr. Ossian Edwards, who is now a traveling representative for the Government, was a guest of relatives in this city several days this week. Mr. Burkitt C. Chinn has return ed to Yale University, New Haven, Conn. Mr. Kendall Chinn has ma triculated at Transylvania College. Misses Delia and Elizabeth Price have returned to their home in Flemingsburg, after a visit to friends and relatives in this city and county. Prof, and Mrs. J. Moler McVey and son, Paul McVey, have returned to their home in Dayton, Ky., after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Ter rill, near Clintonville. Miss Jennie Minter has gone to North Yakima, Washington, to visit her nephew, B. B. Shepherd, after spending the summer with the fam ily of W. T. Caywood; near Paris. James McDonald, of the Confed erate Home, of Pewee Valley, is vis iting his old comrades and other friends in Paris. He will go to At lanta, Ga., on Oct. 6 to attend the annual encampjment of the Confeder ate veterans. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Wag ner, and daughter, Miss Marie Wag ner, of Cincinnati, are guests of Mrs. Nellie Stoker Highland, at her apartments in the Hotel Windsor. Miss Wagner will go to Versailles to enter Margaret College as a student. Danville Messenger: "John Ar dery, class of '17, of Paris, Ky., ar rived yesterday for a few days' stay in Danville, visiting his friends. He has already paid visitis to his friends at the college. Ardery, a student of chemistry at Center, is now an industrial chemist in New Orleans, La." """" "" Mr. and Mrs. Fred Witte and daughter, who have been guests of Mrs. Witte's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cain, have returned to their home in Kansas. City. En route they will stop at LaSalle, 111., to visit Mr. Witte's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Witte, Sr., and also to visit relatives in Detroit, Mich. Mr. Ernest Bradstreet, publicity manager for the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, is a guest of Mr. Fin nell Galloway and other Paris friends. Mr. Bradstreet has re cently returned fro,m overseas, where he was a member of the American Engineers Corps in the American Expeditionary Forces. Mrs. L. A. Soper left Wedrfesday for Artesian, Miss., to join Mr. Soper, who has large agricultural inter ests in that vicinity. They expect to be absent several months. In their absence their daughters,. Misses Ruth and Mabel Soper, will be mem bers of the household of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Murphy, on Main street. Mrs. John Merringer received a message yesterday from her husband, who is a patient at the Mayo Bros.' Hospital, in Rochester,' Minn. The message was of a cheerful tone, stat ing that he had been through the operation for removal of tonsils and was getting along very nicely, ex pecting to return to Paris Monday or Tuesday. Mr. Merringer gave addi tional information that Mr. Dcvid Feld, of Paris, who is also a patient at the institution, had undergone a successful ot oration for varicose veins, but would be required to re main in the Hospital for some time yet. Mrs. Milton C. Browning was hostess at her home on Duncan ave nue, Tuesday to nine tables of bridge players, who, after the games were finished, were served a meat course, with coffee and punch. Miss Kate Alexander won the first prize, a fan, while the booby prize, a basket of fruit, went to Miss Margaret Fer guson. The consolation prize, a bot tle of Mary Garden perfume, was presented to Miss Mary Fithian Hutchcraft. Mrs. Browning was as sisted in receiving and entertaining her guests by Mrs. Buckner Wood ford and Mrs. Julian Frank. The guests for the occasion were: Misses Kate Alexander, Marian Alexander, Margaret Ferguson, Elizabeth Crutcher, Sallie Lockhart, Nancy Griffith, Belle Horton and Mary Fithian Hutchcraft; Mesdames Clar ence Kenney, Ireland Davis, Douglas Clay, Jo Varden, Wm. Ardery, Dun can Bell, John Yerkes, Walter Ken ney, Arthur Hancock, Carley Wil moth, Charles May, Calla Nichols, Albert Hinton, Charlton Alexander, Charles Hinkle, John F. Davis, Amos Turney,- Jr., Richard Wills, Henry Judy, John Stuart Roberts, Jos. M. ttii. James W.' Thompson, Itay'Tay- j lor, Robert Ferguson, Thoe. Buckner, Allen and Thonfwell Tadlock. Mr. W. G. Swearengen, of Car thage, Ohio, is a guest of his daugh ter, Mrs. Julian Howe, and Mr. Howe, on Mt. Airy avenue. The Progressive Culture met yesterday afternoon at o'clock at the home of Mrs. Arnsparger, at the corner of Club 2:30 Ruby High' and Ninth streets. The consisted of responses to program roll call, "Summer Vacation," and a talk, "My Summer In Denmark," by .Mrs. Brinch Meinertz. The Paris Literary Club held the first meeting of the year at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Ruby Arnsparger, at High and Ninth streets. The meeting was ad dressed by Rev. W. E. Ellis, pastor of the Paris Christian church. The Club has for its study topic this year "New Testament Literature." The officers for the year are as follows: President, Mrs. Wm. G. Talbott; first vice-president, Mrs. Wm. O. Hin ton; second vice-president, Mrs. Catesby Woodford, Jr.; secretary, Mrs. Ajmos Turney, Jr.; treasurer, Miss Mary Spears; auditor, Mrs. Harry B. Clay. (Other Personals on Page 3.) o ORDER CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS EARLY. THE NEWS has just received the most up-to-date book of samples of engraved Christmas greeting cards that the Jenner Co. has ever issued. These samples are executed in the highest style of the engravers' art, and are now at the disposal of pros pective customers. The Jenner Com pany ranks as one of the highest class engraving firms in the-country, and every piece of work fro-m their establishment is guaranteed to be of superior excellence both in quality of workmanship and stock. Those intending to send Chrest mas greetings to their relatives and friends should call at THE NEWS office and inspect this fine line of samples. Orders should be sent in early, in order that the engravers may give them their best efforts, pelays mean confusion in every way. The earlier the orders are placed the more satisfied the customer will be with the finished product. o REDPATH CHATOAUaUA ASSUR ED EOR PARIS NEXT SEASON Mr. J. Will Thomas, of Paris, rep resenting the guarantors for the copning Chautauqua season, has re ceived the signed contract for the ap pearance here next season of the Redpath Chautauqua attractions. This assures Paris a solid week of the best Chautauqua attractions in the country. For years the Redpath attractions have been before the country on the nlane of their excellence and supe riority, and never once has the ver dict been otherwise than lavoraoie from the communities in which they have appeared. The people of this city and county have been seeking a change from the mediocre line of Chautauqua attractions with which they have been visited in the past, and it is up to them now to give a united and hearty support to the Redpath line. They will have the satisfaction of knowing that they have upheld in a substantial way the honest efforts of the Chautauqua promoters to give them a good line of attractions that will please and in struct all classes. 'WOBIANLESS JWEDDING." Under the auspices of the Bourbon County Federation, of Women's Clubs, the farce-comedy, "A Woman less Wedding" will be presented at the Paris Grand Opera House, on Wednesday evening, October 15. The cast will include many well-known Paris people. The proceeds will be used to pur chase nameplates for the trees in the memorial grove in the Paris Cemetery, planted last April in mem ory of the Bourbon county boys who gave their lives during the late world war. A list of the patronesses and other details of the entertain ment will be given through the Paris paper later on. h This delicious farce-comedy nas been given in a number of adjoining towns recently, and has been" well received. The characters are all taken by young men. o STRUCK BY MAIL CRANE Mr. F. J. Hufnagle, one of the best known engineers on this division of A-u t 5iriiio j?t Nrnci'hville. is confin- ,ed to his home on Tenth street, as ' a result of an injury sustained in the line of duty, weanesaay auuut nuuu. Mr. Hufnagle was leaning out of the cab of his engine to examine some part that appeared to be loose, .-i, oo tViP train awDroached i White's Station he was struck in the face by a mail crane wmcu wo.o swinging free in the breeze. The im plement caught Mr. Hufnagle a vis ions blowe across the face, lying the cheek open and inflicting a very painful, but not serious wound. He was sriven first-aid-to-the-injured i treatment, and brought yesterday morning to nis uumc m . w, where he is resting comfortably. -o- VISITORS INSPECT HOSPITAL The Hospital Committee .from the Women's Clubs of Mt. Sterling has returned to that city after jraakmg an inspection of the hospitals at Paris, Lexington and Georgetown. The object of their trip was to ob tain information toward furnishing the maternity ward in the Mary Chiles Hospital, at Mt. Sterling. The committee was composed of Mrs. Frank P. Boyd, Mrs. J. P. Highland, Mrs. Robt. Howell, Mrs. Wm. Howell, "Mrs. C. E. Duff Mrs. a -r..;f otii urm. 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