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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1919.
Notice of Election!
Xotice is hereby given that the
Board of Council of the City of
Paris has ordered an election to be
jjeld in the City of Paris on
Saturday, Dec. 27, 1919,
for the purpose of taking the sense
0f the qualified electors of the City
0f Paris on the question of issuing
bonds of the City of Paris to the
amount of Thirty-five Thousand Dol
lars ($35,000.00), for the purpose of
completing aud equipping the City
School for white children and the
City School for colored chlidren.
The amount of moneys necessary
t0 be raised annually by taxation
to pay the interest and to pay off
,id bonds as they mature, is:
1920 . ..$3,500.00
1921 3,412.50
IS22 3,325.00
1923 3,237.50
1924 3,150.00
1925 3,062.50
1926 2,975.00
1927 2,887.50
192S 2,800.00
1929 2,712.50
193 . ..... .. 2,625.00
1931 2,537.50
1932 . .' .. 2,450.00
1933 ' 2,362.50
1934 2,275.00
1935 2,187.50
193G 2,100.00
1937 2,012.50
1938 1,925.00
1939 1,862.50
Said election will be held at the
regular voting places in the City of
Paris between the hours of 7 o'clock
a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., on said
date and will be viva voce.
a cnomal rpfktral inn will ha lipid
,. -u" jrnMnt- ,.; r,ion0 i tiio '.
City of Paris on Saturday, Decern-
ber 20. 1919, between the hours of 6
n, clock a. m. and 9 o'clock p. m. for
the .purpose of permitting all per
sons to register who are entitled to
ragister and who are not already
registered.
J. W. KAYDEN,
City Clerk of Paris.
(dec-4wks)
lAn Ordinance
CALLING. AN ELECTION TO SUB-
JUT TO THE QTTAT.TTTR-n y VOT
ERS OF THE. CITYs OF PARIS,
KENTUCKY, THE QUESTION:
'ABE YOU IN FAVOR OF ISSUING
BONDS OF THE CITY OF PARIS,
KENTUCKY, IN THE SUM OF
THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL
LARS TO BE PAID" BY LEVIES
ANNUALLY TO MEET SAID
BONDS AND THE INTEREST
THEREON, FOR THE PURPOSE
OF COMPLETING AND EQUIP
PING THE ADDITION TO THE
CITY SCHOOL FOR WHITE
CHILDREN AND THE ADDI
TION TO THE CITY SCHOOL
FOR COLORED CHILDREN ?
THE ANNUAL ASSESSMENT
FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING
THE INTEREST AND CREATING
A SINKING FUND SHALL NOT
EXCEED THE SUM OF
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$3,500.00
BE IT ORDAINED by the Board
of Council of the City of Paris,
that,
WHEREAS, the Board of Educa-;
tion of the City of Paris have sub
mitted through the City Clerk to the
Board of Council of the City of
Paris a written report setting forth
the fact that the additions hereto
fore begun to the City School for
white children and the City School
for colored children and the equip
ment of same is complete, and that
said Board of Education have sub
mitted the funds .heretofore provid
ed for said purpose, and it appear
ing that it will be necessary to pro- j
vide other and additional funds to
complete said work, and it further
appearing that such funds can only
be provided by the sale of bonds of
the City of Paris.
THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED
by the Board of Council of the City
of Paris in regular meeting assem
bled that an election be and the
ame is hereby called and ordered to
be held on Saturday, the 27th day of
December, 1919, in the said City of
aris for the purpose of taking the
snse of the legal electors of the City
p Paris upon the following question,
xb-wit:
"Are you in favor of issuing bonds
of the City of Paris, Kentucky, in
the sum of Thirty-five Thousand
Dollars, to be paid by levies annually
to meet said bonds and the interest
thereon, for the purpose of complet
ing and eqaipping the additions to
the Clty School for white children
amd the addition to the City School
XorNcolored children? The annual
assessment for the purpose of pay
ing the interest and creating a
sinking i'und shall not exceed
$3,500.00."
2. Thivt there is hereby called
and ordered to be held in the City
of Paris a special registration on the
20th day of December, 1919, for the
purpose of registering all qualified
electors of said City, who are not al
ready registered.
' 3. F-or the purpose of holding
id election and registration it is
tereby o-dered that the Sheriff of
jBourbon County' is hereby directed
ptk the dates aforesaid fo cause the
xuixiuii - wijuj CAMPAIGN OB,
xLLxowrnju 1HUltUll.
This is the last appeal in the
press in the Nation-Wide Campaign
for money to push the work of the
Episcopal Church, in the Lexington
Diocese, of which this parish is v
part.
The apportionments are caloulat-!
ed mathematically and with the ex- I
ception of the Colored Mission, are
proportioned to the amount of the
annual expenditures upon itself of
each Parish or Mission, taken in
connection with its baptised mem-'
bership. There is, therefore, entire
impartiality and nothing arbitrary
in the fixing of the parochial quotas.
It has been announced from the Na
tional Headquarters of the Nation
wide Campaign that; what is re
ceived fiom the General Church wyi
be proportioned to what is contrib
uted from here, to objects outside
this Diocese.
The quotas present the x share of
each Parish and Mission in the ap
portionment for each of the three
years laid upon this Diocese by the
National Organisation of the Nation-Wide
Campaign, 'for objects out
side the Diocese, such as Missions,
Religious Education and Social Ser
vice. If the organization ip able toN
grant all the Diocesan askings, this
Diocese shall receive back as a Dio-.
cese from the General Church, sev
eral times as much as it is asked as
a Diocese to give to objects out
tide the Diocese.
Margaret College is -the Diocesan J
institute as Versailles, iventucKy, ior
Education of Episcopalian girls and
has been so successful as to require
aid to enable it to take, advantage
of its great opportunities. This
Diocese has asked for ?30,000 from
the General Church for the develop-
pnt nf Ma.rirfl.vet. fViiiejre. with thp.
understand ins- that, ihfi DioppRp '
that the
would laise $5,000 for Margaret!
College each year for three years. J
l mis at tne end ot tne t-nree-year
period, Margaret College will alto
gether have leceived $45,000 which
will so enlarge and equip it, as
will enable it to accommodate its
"waiting list" of pupils and make
room for many others in addition.
The total asked in the Lexing
ton Diocese every year for three
years is: To general budget, $18.
935.01; Margaret College, $5,000
04, increase for clerical salaries,
$774.05; total, $24,709.10.
Further information will be fur
nished by the local chairman, Mrs.
Wilson Stilwell.
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A CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY
A complete line of things that are
most suitable gifts for men, with a
chance to save money, are now as
sembled at our store. Come early.
TWIN BROS.' MENJS STORE,
(x) - 619 Main Street.
APPLES. GRAPES. ORANGES, ETC
We have bought in quantities all
the aboye and aret going. to -sell
them bright WePwent direct to tti
market an'd pLc)ve.drJ:hejiuxut.and gat.
the best. Come and see us before
you purchase Christmas goodg. We
will save you money and you will
get the best to be had.
(x) JAS. E. CRAVEN.
polls to Jje opened at the regular
voting places in all of the voting
precincts of the City of Paris dur
ing the hours required by law.
4. It is further ordered that all
qualified electors of the City of
Paris be permitted to vote ot
said election.
5. The City Clerk is directed to
give notice of the time and place of
said registration and election in the
official publications of the City- of j
Paris, the same being newspapers of
general circulation in said! City,-; for
at least two weeks prior to' thedate
of said registration and K elecxioh.
Such notice shall specify the-anipun
of indebtedness to be incUrret. life,
purpose of same and the anJouriivnecr
essarv to be raised annually4 by: tax
ation to pay the interests" on saicU
bonds and to create a sinking-fund
to redeem such bonds as they1 ma
ture.
6. The City Clerk will furnish to
the Sheriff of Bourbon County and
to the Clerk of the Bourbon .County
Court within ten days after its pas
sage a certified copy of thirf ordi
nance, and said Sheriff and said
Clerk of the County Court are di
lected to do and perform all and
every the acts required, by them
respectfully, under the law in con
ducting said registration and elec
tion and in the preservation, can
vassing and certification of the re
turns thereof.
7. It is further ordered that the
Board of Election Commissioners
of Bourbon County shall canvass the
returns of said election and certify
the results thereof and they are di
rected to deliver a copy of their
certification to the Board of Council
of the City of Paris and to rhe Board
of Education of the City of Paris.
8. It is further ordered that said
election shall be vive voce.
9. It is further ordered that if
the required majority of the legal
electors of the City of Paris vote in
favor of said proposition that said
bonds shall be issued payable in
equal installments of one to twenty
years from date of issue, and shall
bear interest at a rate not to ex
ceed 5 per annum.
10. If the required majority of
the legal electors vote in favor of
the issue of said bonds it is ordered
that there be antf there is thereby
levied an annual tax on all the
property in the City of Paris sub
ject to levy for school yurposes by
said city sufficients to raise the sum
of money equal-to the annual intery
est on all unpaid bonds and to re
deem one-twentieth of said bond
each year.
This ordinance shall be in full
lorce and effect, froneand after its
passage and publicationNas required
by law.
E:B. JANUARY,
m Mayor.
-Atttat:
JW. HAYDEN, City Clerk.
(3dtc-wks)
THE BOURBON NEWS,
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Comings and Goings of Our
Ffeople Here, There and
Elsewhere.
-Mrs. R. S. Starks -has returned
tcner home in Midway after a visit
to relatives in this nitv.
Mrs. H. C. Wilson has returned
from a visit to her brother, J. B.
Cummins, in Boone county.
Mibs Elizabeth Brown, of this
city, is a guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Oscar Locknane, in Covington
Mrs. C. C. Wilson has returned
from a visit to Mrs. Arthur Youjig
and Mrs. John Oaks, in Lancaster.
Mrs. C. C. Wilson has returned
from a visit to Mrs. Arthur Young
and Mrs. John Oaks, in. Lexington,
Tuesday.
Mrs. William Geisel has return
ed to her home in Maysville, after a
visit to Mrs. Lida B. Conway, on Mt.
Airy avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Power
attended the funeral and burial of
Rev. Dr. Jos. H. Young, in Lexing
ton, Tuesday.
Mrs. Charles May will entertain
the members of the Friday Bridge
Olub at her home on Twelfth street
this afternoon.
James C. Engleman, of the A. J.
Winters Co., was a guest Sunday of
his mother, brother and other rela
tives in Stanfoid.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clay will en
tertain a number of friends with, a
dinner party at their home on the
Cane Ridge pike, thib evening.
Mrs. Hiram Roseberry was hos
tess Wednesday afternoon at her
home on the Cane Ridge pike, to the
members of the Wednesday Bridge
Club.
Mrs. Joiin dark nas returned to
her home in Lexington afetr a visit
to her sisteis, Mrs. Lida B. Conway
and Miss Sue Johnson, on ML Airy
avenue.
Mrs. J. W. Bell, who has been a
patient at the Massie Memorial
Hospital, in this city, for several
weeks, is improving rapidly, and
will soon be able to return to her
home. v
Elmer Shropshire, son of Mr.
and Mrs. B. M. Shropshire, is criti
cally ill of pneumonia at the home
of his parents, near Jecksonville,
with little hopes entertained of his
recovery.
Gus Margolen returnedv Tuesday
from an extended stay at Hoi
Springs, Arkansas, where he had
been under treatment for rheuma
ltsm. He is greatly improved in
health by his stay.
Several fiom this city and
county attended the inaugural dance
given in Frankfort, Tuesday night.
Many who had gone over to attend
the inauguration ceremonies re
mained over to the dance.
-(Other Personals on Page 5)
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THE GIFT SUPREME.
One the whole family will enjoy
the whole year "round the Dalion
Phonograph. Come in and make
your selection to-day.
BROOKS & SNaPP DRUG CO.
(9-2t)
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ATENTION. TOBACCO MEN AND
FARMERS.
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We sere meals and short order
lunches at all hours we are on the
job early and late. Steaks, chops,
soup, "oysters, pies, sandwiches,
etc.
(9-2t) HARRIS & DALE.
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DON'T FORGET THE BOY
A leatherized suit for the boy will
make him a present for Christmas
that will please and give satisfac-
LlQjB. we nave a, aeieuL sluck..
CW) MITCHELI& BLAKEMORE.
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YOU'LL LIKE IT."
! Do your shopping at A. F.
Wheeler's, opposite Court
Hiuie. You will like it All
ktfids of furniture novelties.
TURN YOUR FOOTSTEPS,, THIS
WAY AND YOUR SEARCH
IS ENDED.
We have what you want,
(x) THE A. J. AVINTERS CO.
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DR. LEIGH ADDRESSES PUPILS
OF HIGH SCHOOLS.
Dr. T. R. Leigh, who occupies the
Chair of Chemistry and Analytical
Research in the Georgetown College,
delivered an interesting and enter
taining address to the pupils of the
Paris High School Tuseday after-1
noon.
Dr. Leigh took for his theme,
"The Story of a Lump of Coal,"
shoeing the formation of coal from
the beginning to the time it is
taken from the mines. The subject
was made so plain to the pupils that
even the dullest understood. Dr.
Leigh J? the author of an article
which gained world-wide fame dur
ing the war, in which he showed
conclusively and scientifically that
the great inventions and scientific
discoveries claimed by the Germans
were really products of American
EngHsli and French ingeunity and
pcientific research.
CHBISTMAS STATIONERY
We are showing the greatest va
riety of Christmas Stationery in
Paris
(x) ARDERY DRUG CO.
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"NOTHING BUT THE BEST"
THAT'S OUR MOTTO.
We buy nothing but the, best for
our trade. Paris people won't have
anything else, at least tfcey don't
want it. .That's why our store is
always crowded. It' will be more
so during, the holidays. If you -want
to Te pleased witfc your Christitfas
goods and have something excep
tionally good let us fill your order.
(X) . C. P. COOK & CO. ,
PARIS, KENTUCKY .
A Prominent Woman's
Testimony .
.Louisville, Ky.: "I can certainlsTproise
Dr. Pierce's remedies for the benefit I have
received from then.
The 'Lotion Tablets'
I used on my doctoi'a
recommendation
bout four years ago. ,
'I had a condition
Ba't weakened me
'terribly and I lost
flesh as well. These
tablets cured me of
all inflammation. I
pi'erwards took the
t 'Favorite Prescrip
' tion' and it built me
dl AeCi? UP m Aeaitn ana
- 'r strength: mv weieht
increased seven pounds while taking the
first bottle. I have also taken Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets for biliousness and inactive
liver, and am confident tEat there is no other
medicine made- that can equal them for
giving prompt relief." MRS. ELEANOR
STEINMETZ, 1046 E. Washington St.
A Womah's Experience
in Middle Life
Covington, Ky.: "Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery
are the very best medicines I have ever taken.
They brought me thru when I was so ill
that I was bedfast for weeks. I had heard
so much about Dr. Pierce's medicines that
I finally sent for llie 'Golden Medical Dis
covery' and the 'Favorite Prescription' and
with the first few doses that I took my
health commenced to improve until I
became a perfectly well woman. I cannot
E raise these medicines too highly. I only
ope this statement will be the means of
other women who are weak and suffering,
especially thoBe at the critical time of middle
life, giving Dr. Pierce's medicines a trial.".
MRS. CARRIE PAYNE, 1458 Cordelia St.
When a girl becomes a woman, when a
woman becomes a mother, when a woman
passes through the changes of middle life,
are the three periods of life when health and
strength are most needed to withstand the
pain and distress often caused by severe
organic disturbances.
At these critical times women are best
fortified by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, an old remedy of proved worth.
Goat Good Milk Producer.
Mr. Wlnthrop Rowland of Redlands,
Cal., last year had a Swiss Toggenburg
goat, kept on the University of Califor
nia farm, which broke the world's rec
ord as a milk producer, by over 300
pounds. For the period of one year
this doe produced 2,941 pounds of rich
sweet milk, or more than 24 times her
own weight. The period of lactation
for a good doe should be ti om seven to
eight months.
CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS
These tablets are intended especi
ally for indigestion and constipa
tion. They tone up the stomach and
enable it to perform its functions
naturally. They act gently on the
liver and bowels, thereby restoring
the stomach and bowels to a healthy
condition. When you feel dull,
stupid and constipated give them a
trial. You are certain to be pleased
with their effect.
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EDW. BURKE, President
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TOBACCO
Average, Opening Sale
Average, December 5th
TOBACCO RECEIVED ANY TIME
3 Big Light Roomy Warehouses--3
COME AND SEE OUR NEW HOUSE
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A. B. HANCOCK.
C. M. CLAY, JR..
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H. S. CAYWOOD,
BURKE,
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Offer Jaauary Sale Prices
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On All
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Goats
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and
Furs
For Ladies and Misses
H Those who come first wll naturally get the benefit
of the choice
Wolf, Wile C&
Lexington, Ky.
H. S. CAYWOOD, Vic Pres.
BOURBON
WAREHOUSE
COMPANY
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SOME CROP AVERAGES
Dodge & Bills : $85.33
Woodford & Case I U 76.02
Miss Margaret Allen v 82.32
Duvall & Varden ' - 67.51
Parrkh & White 67.13
Brown & Link - L 60.26
Kiser & Burden 58.24
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