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S rf .v r Tt u U FRIDAY, 1)ECEMBER2, WQ. r - THE iblJJftrEW PAMsrKB&mfdK FAGEivB f A '-VJ? ' T J -XI . FOR THE BEST NOTHING ELSE k SOCIAL Aim PERSONAL. '1111 ' - i i Rowings and Goings of Our T -People Here, There and Elsewhere. C'-H.I, CHRISTMAS ERUITS, NUTS, ETC. Buy your fruits, candies and nuts fioni Mrs. Ellis' Cash Grocery, oppo site court house. (x) . o YES Indeed, we have sold lots and lpts cf those carried-over overcoats 'at S17.50, ?2,0t,25 and ?30. They are wonderful' bargains. There is not a coat in the entire lot that is 'not strictly all-wool with wool serge linings. Many are made by Adler. Take a IpoK. (It) J , J. W. DAVIS & CO. -o- NtEW ATJTO OWNERS. The iJexington Cadillac Co., re ports the sale and delivery of a sev-ui-passehger touring caiv to Harry B. Clay, of Paris. The Mammoth Gaiage Co., of Lexington, reports the following sales: To Dan W. Peed, of Paris, j. Studebaker Coupe, and to McDonald & Gibson, of Paris, a Stu debftKer Special Six. BOURBON MAN WINS AT STOCK SHOW. At the International Livestock Shou, at Chicago, Turney Collins, near Colville, took three out of five prizes in the fine sheep classes. A lit st prise ewe lamb was out of a ewe bred and owned by Mr. Collins and the first prize and champion year big ewe was bred by him. This is considered a remarkable record, considering the competition. o NEW SHARES FOR SALE Miss IVInVv Kills e oVwio u ,.i. cfter several weeks illness. Mrs. Belle Brent Alexander is a guest of her son-in-law, Mr. Uli J Howard, in Covington. . Mrs. -w. H. Fisher has If you want to save up a few hun dred dollars now is the time to be gin. The new series in the Bour bon Building & Loan Association are still open. Join to-day. H. A. POWER, President. WILL S. ARNSPARGER, Sect'y. THE PLACE TO BUY The House of Ouality for Jewelry, x HlRE & PITHIAN. It J 0 0 THE KIND HE BUYS Men's jewelry the kind he Ihiys: Cuff links, vest chains, full 'dress sets, scarf pins, silvtr belt buckles. Many other novelties. .Buy tnis year from the Christmas store the one that is always first in novelties, (x) THE A. J. WINTERS CO. POLICE AND EIREMEN GET IN CREASED PAY. At the lecent caucus held by the' Paris City Council salaries of the police and firemen were arranged as follows: . Patrolmen increased from ?75 to $90 a month, the city to furnish two uniforms and overcoat eacn jear, firemen increased from $75 to $85 a month, one uniform to be furnished by the city to each member of the department each year. The salary of the 'Fire Chief was placed at 5110 per month. In addition to his duties in that position he is re quired to act as City Light Inspec tor. POR THE MOTHER OR SISTEft. Let us 'suggest a pair of "Niagara Maid" silk hose for mother of sis ter or a pair of fancy wool hose. (x) MITCHELL & BLAKEMORE. o ORANGES AND APPLES ALL AT THE RIGHT PRICES Candies from 30 cents to $1.25; nuts, 40 cents to 60 cents; Del wash oranges and apples cheap as they can be bought. Also, nicest fancy baskets (x) ' GRANT OWSLEY & CO. CHRISTMAS TURKEYS Order your Christmas turkey from us and don't be disappointed. (X) LOGAN HOWARD. NOTICE. Owing to shortage of coal, and the government restric tions requiring us to limit the use tif electric light and heat, we are compelled to discon tinue all engraving, watch and dock repairing, after Dec. 1 5, until after the holidays. SHIRE & PITHIAN. 2 THE A. J WINTERS CO. LEWIS TELLS COURT NAME OF ALLEGED BOOTLEGGER After four days of languishing behind the bars of the Paris jail, Ben Lewis, colored, was brought into -the County Court Wednesday, before County Judge George Batter ton. Lewis had been arres'ted by Patrolman George W. Judy on a charge of drunkenness, and was also held in contempt of Court for re fusing to divulge the source of his supply. ' ' ' His four days' in' jail seemed to have refreshed his- memoryv as this time he gave the name of ty&r alleged "bootlegger" to the Court Lewis was discharged from custody, "after being given a strong lecture by the Oonrf rvr T10 OMnt Jt .Ilia WAVft.' and the advisability of cultivating the powers-of memory. ,Ar warrant for the arrest 'of the Alleged boot le error was issued and nlaced in the hands of Sheriff -Will G. MCiintbck( for service. -.s. wao iiiuvea irom feoutn Mam street to the resi dence at 244 Mt. Airy avenue. Mrs. W. W. Gay, of this county, is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woodford, .in, Mt. Ster ling. Mis& Lucy Colville and Mr. T Hart Talbott, of Paris, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel C. Arnold, near Covington. Mrs. O. E. Lyons and daughter, Mrs. Coons, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Peed, have returned to their homes in Lexington. Mrs. Melvih Crump and Mrs. Edward Buntin have leturned to their homes in Carlisle ffpr vidi- to relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Catesby Woodford have returned from a visit to Mrs. Woodford's parents, Mi and Mrs. Frank Hortonr in Mt. Sterling. Mrs. White Varden, Mis. James McClure and Mrs. D. C. Lisle, of Paris, were guests Wednesday of. Mrs. Rufus .Lisle, in Winchester. W. E. Patton has gone to" Rich mond, where he will represent the Liggett & Myeis Tobacco Co., on the tobacco market during the season. Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Edwards, of London, Ky, were guests several days this week of Mrs. E. J. Lee and family, at their home, 628 Main stieet, in this city. Miss Myrtle Rion, of Lexing ton, a former resident of this city, has gone to Philadelphia, where she will undergo an operation at the Jefferson Hospital. , Mrs. W. V. Shaw, Mrs. Robert Johnson and Mrs. Geo. Watkins were guests to a card party Thurs day afternoon given by Mrs. Jack Thaxton, at Millersburg. Misses Dot Morgan and Mary Sandusky, and Mr. Jack Morgan, of East Bernstadt, are guests at the home of Mrs. Stanley Bagby, on the Clintonville pike, near this city. Rev. C. H. Greer, Dennis V. Snapp, Rednion Talbott and Rev. Walter V. Cropper attended the ses sions of the ' Interchurch World Movement Conference held in Lex ington this week. Little Miss Verna Wilson, aged eleren, was brought to the Massie Memorial Hospital, Tuesday, from her home oh the Coulthard's Mill pike, near Paris, suffering from kid ney trouble. Miss Sallie Ashbrook, of Cyn thiana, was a guest of relatives in this citv several days this week. Miss Ashbrook has been attending the Interchurch World Movement Conference at Lexington. Mrs. James H. Thompson at tended the . inaugural exercises at Frankfort, Tuesday, and was the guest of Mrs. . Samuel Shackleford, who entertained a number of friends with an elaborate luncheon. The meeting of the Friday Bridge Club, which was to have been hpirt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ferguson, near this city, this I afternoon, has been unavoidably postponed until next Friday after noon, December 19. Mrs. Princess Long, of Ontario, California, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Alex Rice, and family, on Mt. Airy avenue. Mrs. Long has just closed an engagement as evangelis tic singer at a revival meeting be ing held in the Christian church in Van Wert, Ohio. Thomas Feeback, who has been a patient at the Massie Memorial Hospital for several weeks, was dis charged from the institution Wed nesday, and has returned to his home near Paris. James Gillispie, of Little Rock, was received' at the Massie Hospital, Wednesday, as a patient. Louis Grosche, of Paris, who is a patient at the Mayo Bros.' Hos pital, in Rochester, Minn., under went a second operation at that in stitution recently. Mr. Grosche is improving. He says he gets a great deal of comfort as a "shul-in" from ri. raoiiinr smni-weeklv visits of THE NEWS, even reading- all 'the advertisements, which is some exei cise for an invalid. Little Marcella . Merringer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mer ringer, was hostess to a number of young friends at her home on South Main street, the occasion being the fifth anniversary of her birthday. The home was beautifully decorated and the little hostess as the reci pient of a large number of handsome nfts The guests for the occasion were Ethel Blackwell, Margaret and Lucy Sprake, and brotheis, Dor othy Strother, Charlotte Plummer, Lee Borland Edward Merringer, James Merringer and James Reed. Interesting games were played, af ter which refreshments were served. (Other Personals on Page 3.) IT IS NOT TOO LATE To buy stock in the Bourbon Building & Loan Association. Start to saving to-day. Series now open. H. A. POWER, President. WILL S. ARNSPARGER, Sect y. o ,-HERRMAN THE' GREAT,V. GOLD XMINE OF ENTERTAINMENT . Will be at the Paris GrandA Opera House, Monday, Dec. 15. , The depth, dignity, alluring ro mance and .'comprehensive scope of the art of magic is most interesting. Only a master artist like "Herrman the Great" can carry an audience back into Egypt to the remote days of the Magi, to the Mahatmas of In dia, the wonder workers of the Ori ent and the exponents of the mystic East. Scientific, leligious and historical facts relating to the ancient art are recalled most charmingly, as only the "Gieat and only Herrman" can. His skill, dexterity, precision, in genuity, originality, personality con stitute him the "peer" of all wiz ards. His presentations being with the smaller but no less interesting feats, continue through a series of marvelous, mirthful, airy, fairy sur prises,,, ending with the dramatic, mysterious illusions of beauty and power, A running Are of interest ing "comment adds greatly to the (pleasure of being so successfully duped. With this big attraction a three-in-one are such artists as the Fer raros, the Dancing DuBrowns, Mile. Dazza, and Miller's Band and Or chestra which has set the standard in America. (ady) ATTENTION. TOBACCO MEN AND FARMERS. c We sene meals and short older lunches at all hours wo are on the job early and late. Steaks, chops, soup, oysters, pies, sandwiches, etc. 9-2t) HARRIS & DALE. -o- IT IS NOT TOO XTE To buy stock in the Bourbon & Loan Association. Start to sav ing to-day. Series now open. H. A. POWER, President. WILL S. ARNSPARGER, Sect'y. THE CHRISTMAS STORE A Wonderful display of Christmas Goods is being shown at our store. Some thing for every member of the family from the little tot to the grandparent. See our window display for gifts for the children. The prices will surprise you. E. M. WHEELER & CO. x Robneel Building IF YOU ARE OUTv SHOPPING, A TIP TO REMEMBER The A. J. Winters Co., your head quarters for holiday gifts. (x) o HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT WE PAY 3 ON TIME DEPOSITS One dollar starts a Savings Ac count at our bank. Start one to day and add a little each week and by next Christmas you will have a neat little account to check on. We will pay 3 interest on these accounts. No more Christmas Clubs will be handled. Nothing less than a dollar will be accepted. FARMERS & TRADERS BANK. (x) BiggestAssortment OF TOYS Ever Brought to Paris. The Fair COURSE IN NURSING! ?LACE YOUR ORDER EARLY EOR NUTS AND CANlllifflS A large and varied assortment of nuts and candies for Charstmas, but order should be filed now for future rjpiivpripR as short hours and big de- Lmands are handicapping us in fill ing same. ' (x) C. P. COOK & CO. o ATTENTION, TOBACCO MEN AND FARMERS. We serve meals and short Order luches at all hours we ate oh tho job early and late. Steaks, chops, soup, oysters, ptes, sandwiches, etc. (9-2t HARRIS & DALE, o MOVIE PROGRAM AT THE GRAND AND ALAMO. To-day, Friday, December, 12 Tom Moore, in "Tbe uay loru Quex;" Anne Luther and Charles Hutchison, in "The ureal uamuie, Mutt and Jeff Comedy, "Pigtails and Peaches." To-morrow, Saturday, December 13 Tom Mix, in "Rough Riding Romance;"' James J. Corbitt, in "The Midnight Man;" Lloyd Com edy, "Count The Votes." Monday, December 15 Pauline Frederick, in "The Loves of Letty;" Goldwin Comedy, 'iNow, Bill, Be have;" Burton Holmes Travel Pict ure, v c JUST IN TIME To begin saving in the old reliable Bourbon Building & Loan Associa tion. Join us to-day and you will never regret it. Series now open. H. A. POWER, President. WILL S. ARNSPARGER, Sect'y. ! o FOUNTAIN PENS FOR CHRIST MAS PEESENTS. Conklin's Self-Filling Fountain Pen is still the best pen on the mar ket. We have a good stock for the holiday trade, (x) ARDERY DRUG CO. o THE MASSIE MEM ORIAL HOSPITAL PARIS.. KY. ' offers a three years' course in .Nursing. Pupil nurses receive board, room and laundry, and the allowance is $12. 00 per month the first year, $15.00 per month the second year and $20.00 per month the third year. First year of High School required; must also be 19 years of age. For further information, ad dress J SUPT. OF NURSES MassFe Hospital, Paris, Ky. (dec!2-3t) WCfirll E. TeVinl 288 Home 130 ItlDK THOLIDAYT ANNOUNCEMENT I A U i of ri-iE7- I F jm HOUSE OF QUALITY We are now prepared to show you our wonderful assortment of goods, assembled from the cream of the jewelry market; a magnificent array of articles most suitable for Christmas gifts for men, women and children. And Now A Word to the Wise Christmas will soon be here and those who are wise will do their shopping early. Under the present conditions' prevailing in the .manufacturing line the shortage of materials the curtail ment of the working hour and the unsettled conditions of labor has made it a most difficult matter to obtain the right kind of goods in sufficient quantities for the holiday season. .We made an early trip to the Eastern markets gathering up the best and most seasonable novelties of the year; frankly we have not received all that we purchased, but the bulk. of our goods has arrived and we are now prepared to show them to the early buyer. But you must not delay this year, or you will be badly disappointed, for the stock will soon be picked over and the nicest goods naturally will be the first selected. So bear our warning in mind take the hint and do your Christmas shopping NOW. Anything purchased now will be gladly held far you till Christmas. I We are showing a beautiful line of Ladies' Rings and Pins mount ed in both platinum and gold. Ladies' Bracelet Watchees, every move ment guaranteed, with ribbon or chain brace let. Genuine Imported Hand Made Beaded Bags; no duplicates each bag is distinctive. Birth Stone Rings. La Vallieres. A beautiful line of Electric Lamps. Howard, Hamilton, Elgin and Waltham Watches for men, cased in solid gold and gold filled. The standard time keepers' of the world Cuff Buttons. Tie Pins. Celt Buckles. Fobs. The most complete line of Up-to-Date Nov elties we have ever carried. Card Cases. v Dorfhes. -Mesh Bags. Book Racks. Toilet Sets. Smoking Sets. Writing Sets. Children's Sets. Fountain Pens. Ever-sharp Pencils. Waldemar Chains. Our Stock of Ivory Goods and Novelties is the Largest and Most Complete in the City. The "House of Quality" Shire & Fithian i, i Sim s Public Benefit Sale ! SMALL GIFTS TOO T5TJMER0TJS TO MENTION. It would be useless for us to attempr to mention all the small serviceable gifts that we have in stock and on display. Comejn and be surprised at the showing. We bought early and heavy and at prices that will be satisfactory r to the purchaser Noprofiteering at this store just' be cause money Is plentiful. 'Cxr A' k V . PRANK &' CO. GIFT SUGGESTIONS. Manicure Sets, Xieather Goods, Block's .FinV Candies. Toilet . Goods in- Co&bm'fttion: Packagsa Pipes-land Cigars BUY FROM CRAVEN AND SAVE MONEY Buy your Christmas goodies from us. We can save you money on Fruits, Nuts and Candies, both in the bulk and in fancy boxes. (X) JAS. E. CRAVEN. o FOR THE BLACK CAKE. Fresh ingredients for that black cake: Citron, seeded and seedless raisins, dates, shelled nuts, orange and lemon peel, spices, etc. (x) C. P. COOK & CO. FEROTlEx PLUM PUDDING iTvnrion Plum .Puddings ana Mince Mat are no higher than oth ers and always as good as tne oubL. (x) C. P. UUUiS. uv. IF YOU ARE OUT SHOPPING. A TIP Til JSJfflLrittLBJbB' T3ia A. J. Winters Co., your head quarters for holiday gifts, (x) THE & J. WINTERS CO. COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPHS AND , RECORDS. , fiolumhia PhoriOCTaphs" and Co lumbia Records are recognized the world over .aswine'.fjjesu.i ynv A Real Economy Event Now Going On Ends December ( 20th TyYvR have l seen more WOftcterfkl Values," was exclaimed by more than I one woman who visited our store &rid Shared in the many economies offered . 'during bur Great Public Braeftt'Sale. Startling, indeed are. the great val ues offered during this eventful dernogfcration of supreme value-giving. This sale offers opportunities to every Bourbctfi rcounty woman to economically select gift things and to supply her personal nees. Every one of you should grasp this op portunity enthusiastically. Come an now today for your share of the bargains. agents inPjJiStiwid'havei big, stock of both. Don'theithouUjmusic Ladies'. Suits One lot of Suits, odds and ends and samples, worth up to ?50iG0 $24,75 One lot of Sample Suits, $60.00 to $75.00, PubHc Benefit Sale.... $49.5 O One lot of Suits, $85.00 to $100.00, Public Benefit Sale $79;50 4 Ladies9 Coats One lot of Ladies' Coats, 30.00 to $35.00 $24.75 One lot of Ladies' Coats, $50.00. . 39,75 One lot of Ladies' Coats, $70.00 to $75.00 59.50 One lot of Ladies' Coats, $90.00 to $100.00 T 79.50 One lot of Ladies' Coats, $125.00 98,00 Children's Coats Children's Coats, $15.00 $12.98 Children's Coats, $20.00 16.98 . Children's Coats, $25.00 '22.50 Children's Coats. $29.00 .- 24.75 Kimonas $3.98 values for.- .'$!3.4S o 4.50 .values f or . ." . . - v a -"- 3.98 s ,t 5.98" values .for . . .'...-.- -.--.. 4,98 ? 6.98 values ior.;.". . . t .'. . . v-. ...... 5.98 Ladies' Dresses One lot of Ladies' Jersey Dresses, from $30.00 to $35.00 $ 1 9,75 ladies' Satin Dresses, $50.00. . . . 39.50 Ladies' Satin Dresses, $55.00 44.75 Ladies' Tricolette Dresses, $70.00 to $75.00 59.50 Ladies' Georgette Dresses, 50.00- 39.50 Outing Cloth, 35-sent Grade, at 25c. Children's Dresses Children's Serge Miss America Middy Suits, $25,00 $22,50 Children's Serge Miss America Middy Suits, $29.50 24.75 Children's Serge Dresses, $15.00 1 2.98 Children's i Gingham Dresses Children's Gingham Dresses, $2.50 $1 .98 $3.00 quality 3.50 quality... 4.00 quality... j. 00 quality.... 2.59 2.98 3.48 4.39 IV -r Ladies' Silk Jersey Petti , coats, $4,98 yj. uv. Ar?-,ri3Lv :nstb... : ; myour nome in vriBiuiM.r-j- BROOKSIb- SNAPP 03RUO CO. Ate BETf JJfiy-WJUUjJttiAr-v-, '.-U (9-ItT " "" ' " " ;V9$ft THE J.VP. HINTONCO.ji ttils r'alcF's -brictly Cash. - Na n-Credit. "J. p . A v- iii fr- - T" t - r frV'- L U X T I R I s T -Jr w yS.