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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1920.
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY PAGE FIVE E FOR THE BEST NOTHING ELSE CORSET SPECIAL. Values up to $3.50 -sale price $1.00 while they last. It FRANK & CO. ARE YOU ONE OF THE HVE WILL YOU ACCEPT IT? Are you one of the five? See display add. of Bourbon Build ing &- Loan Association on page 4 of this issue. Join now. NEW AUTO OWNERS. The W. R. Williams Motor Co., of Lexington, reports the sale of a 1 ton Federal truck to the Martin Bros' Transfer Co., of Paris. The Goodwin-Field Motor Co., of Lex ington, reports the sale and deliv ery of a Dodge Bros.' car and a roadster to the Bourbon Garage and Supply Co., of Paris. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING OP PARIS HOME TELE PHONE CO. The annual pieeting of the stock holders of the Paris Home Tele phone and Telegraph Company was held yesterday at the offices of the company, in this city. The follow ing Board of Directors was elected for the year 1920: Col. J. D. Powers and S. M. Heller, of Louis ville; E. H. Cady, R. B. Crane and I. E. Knisely, of Toledo. Ohio. TEACHERS' MEETING TO-MORROW. A meeting of the public school teachers of Bourbon county will be held this morning at ten o'colck, in the County Court roojm in the court house. At the conclusion of the meeting checks for the fourth monthly pa3rment for salaries will be handed the teachers, aggregating about $3,600. The subject for dis cussion at the meeting of the teachers will be "The Place and Work of the School in Modern Life." o ATTEND MEETING OF MEDICAL SOCIETY. Physicias of Paris and Bourbon county attended ttie meeting of the Central Kentucky Medical Society, held in Lexington yesterday morn ing. The sessions began at ten o'clock. Interesting addresses were made by a number of physicians, among them Dr. Milton J. Stern, of Paris, and Dr. Louis Frank, of Lou isville, formerly of Paris. The soci ety , holds regular meetings every three, months to discuss matters of interest to the physicans of Central Kentucky. A REAL SPECIAL Oklahoma Pecans in the shell at 25 cents per pound while they last. Better get in on this special. (It) C. P. COOK & CO. o ARE YOU ONE OF THE FIVE? WILL YOU ACCEPT IT? Are you one of the five? See display add. of Bourbon Biuld ing & Loan Association on page 4 of this issue. Join now. POLICE WILL ENFORCE AUTO MOBILE ORDINANCES In accordance with instructions issued to them the police force of Paris will, from now on. strictly en force the provisions of the city ordi nance regarding backing automo biles into Main street from the side streets. Drivers and owners of ma chines are requested to govern themselves accordingly. During the resurfacing work in progress on Main street, and the concreting of upper Main and Pleas ant street this ordinance was ob served only in its non-observance and no arrests were made, the police realizing the difficulties placed in the path of autoists. Now that the work has been completed, and the streets reopened to traffic com plaints of the non-observance of the ordinances have come in so strongly that the police have been instructed to enforce the law and report all cases of violation of same. o THE CHAUTAUQUA GUARAN TORS ELECT OFFICERS At Va meeting of the Redpath Chautauqua Entertainment Course, held at the Y. M. C. A., the. follow ing Committees were elected: Publicity W. G. McClintock, Chairman; Pearce Paton, Mike Lavin. ' Tickets James M. Caldwell, Chairman; Charles Cook, J. B. Cay wood. The entertainments in the. course are of the highest character, and in clude Kryl's Orchestra on Friday, February 27, one of the best in the country, and one week later, on March 5, Dr. S. Park Cadman, one of the greatest lecturers in the United States. The course closes, with V. S. Watkins, the popular en tertainer, on Wednesday-, March. 31. & order to accommodate the large crowd expected to hear the orchestra an effort will be made to get ,the Opera House for that number. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Comings and Goings of Our People Here, There and Elsewhere. Miss Julia Nash, of Paris, is a guest of Mrs. Clarence E. Wood, in Georgetown. Wm. R. Blakemore, of Mitchell & Blakemore, will leave Monday for a trip to New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Biddle will leave Sunday for a -visit to friends and relatives in Norfolk, Va. George Chipley, of Portsmouth, Ohio, is a guest of his cousin, S. T. Chipley, on South Main street. Mrs. John A. Lyle will leave Monday for Los Angeles, Call., to spend the reminder of the winter with relatives and friends. Sherman Lathram has returned to his home in Owingsville from fthis city where he was called by- the death of his aunt, Mrs. Jos. Lath ram. Lee Price and Robt. L. Prank left yesterday morning for New York to purchase spring and sum mer stocks of goods for their Paris store. Mrs. Hannah Butler and daughter, Misses Loraine Butler, will leave on January 17 for Day tona, Florida, to remain until spring. Miss Kate Alexander attended a meeting held in Cincinnati this week of the agents and other repre sentatives of the Central Union Life Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Walsh at tended the reception given in Lex ington Tuesday night by Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Long. William Collins and Walter S. Meng returned Wednesday from In dianapolis, where they attended the meeting of the Interstate Swine Breeders' Association. Miss Mary Dan Harbeson, the talented vocalist of the Paris Pres hyterian church, has gone to Rock mount, North Carolina, where she will sing at a revival (meeting. Miss Stella Stephens has resum ed her duties in the Paris High School, after spending the holidays in Mt. Sterling, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Stephens. Mr. Charlton Clay was host Tuesday at his home, "Marchmont," near this city, to the members of his houseparty, and those being en tertained by Miss Carloyn Rose berry. Mrs. James W. Thompson and Mrs. Stanhope Wiedemann, of Paris, attended the meeting of their bridge club held at the home of Mrs. Keel ing G. Pulliman, Jr., in Lexington, Tuesday. R. F. Clendenin, of this city, delivered an address before the re cent meeting of the Middle Atlan tic and New England States Agen cies of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., held in New York City. The Tampa, Florida corres pondence of The Courier-Journal has the following in its "Notes Frqni Florida:" "Among the regular winter visitors recently arriving in Wauchula is Mrs. J. Henry Fuhr man, of Paris, Ky." Miss Lillian Soper has returned to her home in Louisville, after a visit to Misses Mabel and Ruth Soper, in this city. Miss Sue Board man, who has. also been a guest of the Misses Soper, has returned to her duties at Patterson Hall, at the University of Kentucky, in Lexing ton. Cynthiana Democrat: "Mr. Winston Hart, who is connected with an automobile firm in Paris, is a frequent visitor to the city. . . . Misses Mildred and Mabel Galloway, of Paris, were recent guests of Miss Mary Belle Dunnington, who, with her brother, Charles, left Monday for Los Angeles, Cali." Richmond Register: "Mrs. Jno. McGinley and Mrs. Clark, of Paris, Mrs. Dora Kash, of Paris, Mr. E. S. Elmore and Mr. G. E. Elmore, of Eedewalt, Tenn., and Mrs. Frank Milburn, of Norwood, O., came to Richmond, Monday, to attend the burial of the little child of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Elmore, of Paris, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reid Juett." -The members of the Assembly Club of Frankfort, one of the best known social organizations of the State, are discussing plans for re organizing to give a series of dances during thejmeeting of the Kentucky Legislature this season. The Capital Hotel had been the scene of these dances, and when it was destroyed by fire, Frankfort was left without a ball-room large tnough to accommo date the crowds. One of the delightful events of Monday was the given at her home in this social dinner city by Miss Carolyn Roseberry, in compli ment to the house guests of Miss Roseberry and of Mr. Charlton Clay. The guests present and en joying the hospitality") of the day were: Misses 'Anita Thomas and Anna Wallace, of Frankfort; Gene vieve Molloy, Needa Rascoe, Edith Corhin and Mrs. Joseph Harding, of Lexington; Charles Veasey, of New York City; Charlton Clay, Gerard Crommerlin, .Clay .-Ward, Alvln Thompson.. Pdris; W.' I. Lyons, of Louisville; George Calhoun, of Frankfort; Edward Stoll, and Wal lace Muir, of Lexington; William Nelson Fant, of Flemingsburg. The members of the party attended the cotillon given at nignu t the Ma- sonic Temple by .the Bourbon Cotil lon Club. Mrs. Fred Wood is visiting friends and relatives in Irvine. Mr. S. S. Brown, of Detroit, Michigan, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grosche. Miss Ruby Jane Houston enter tained at the home of her sister, Mrs. Spears Moore, in honor of a number of her young friends. Games and dancing were followed by a luncheon. THE NEWS has received an interesting and newsy letter from Mr. Elezar Dailey, of Paris, who is wintering in Tampa, Fla. Owing to its length we have deferred its pub lication until another issue. Coroner Rudoplh D.avis left this morning for Louisville, where he will join a party of Louisville peo ple en route to Memphis, Tenn., where others will join them. From there they will go to Southern Miss issippi for a three-weeks' hunting trip. While in Mississippi they will be guests of Col. Strathmore, a wealthy plantation owner. The party will be furnished with a large pack of deer' hounds, trained horses, and all the conveniences necessary to have a thoroughly good time. Joseph P. Giltner, of Arvada, Colorado, is a guest of friends and relatives in this city and county. Dr. Giltner left Paris fifteen years ago and bought a large fruit ranche near Arvada, on which he has met with great success. The dance given at the Ma sonic Temple in this city Monday evening by the Bourbon Cotillon Club, was largely attended from the city and county and surrounding towns. The large ball room was heautifully decorated with Southern smilax, the windows were draped in pink crepe paper, while the. lights were softened by pink shades. Sandwiches and coffee were served during the intermission. Among the out-of-town guests for the danqe were: Misses Archange Howlaud, Ohio; Anita Thomas, Anne Mal colm, Frankfort; Anne Griffey, Ver sailles; Genevieve Malloy, Edith Cor bin, Nida Roscoe and Mrs. Charles Veasey, New York; Messrs. John Morrison, m Charleston, Va., Robert Stoner, Mt. Sterling; W. L. Lyons, Louisville; Geo. Calhoun, Patrick Calhoun, Frankfort; Edward Stoll, Wallace Muir, Lexington. Mrs. Edith Myall Daniel, of Paris and Mrs. Dwight Watson, of Anderson, Ohio, the latter a guest of Mrs. Virgil Gaitskill, were guests of honor at a luncheon-bridge given by Mrs. Powell Bosworth, formerly of Paris, at her home in Lexington, Wednesday. Seventeen tables of players from Paris and Lexington partook of the delicious two-course luncheon. Mrs. Bosworth was as sisted in entertaining .by her mother, Mrs. W. R. Griffith, and her sister, Miss Nancy Griffith, of Paris. The guest prize, iridescent tea glasses, was awarded to Mrs. Wat son. Mrs. Daniels' guest prize was a Mary Garden toilet set. The prize for the highest score in the bridge games, a pair of silk hose, was awarded to Mrs. Fay Ardery. The Paris guests for the occasion were: Mesdames Edith Myall Daniel, Dwight Watson, Virgil Gaitskill, Edward Prichard, Amos Turney, Jr., John F. Davis, Catherine Davis Craig, O. T. Hinton, Wade H. Whit ley, .Fayette Ardery, Sidney Ardery, William B. Ardery, John Yerkes, Stanhope Wiedemann, Walter Ken ney, White Varden, -Thos. Buckner, James Dodge, Misses Mary Fithian Hutchcraft, Belle Horton and Eliza beth Ejmbry. "Wayside," the handsome coun try home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Turney, on the Maysville-pike, near Paris, was the scene of a delightful social gathering, Tuesday, when Mrs. Amos Turney, Jr., entertained in compliment to Mrs. Edith Myall Daniel, whose marriage to Mr? Ir vine Morse Keller, of New York, will occur in this city to-morrow. On their arrival at the home the guests were met by the hostess and made at home. The guests were soon at work with material which were sup plied to them from a wagon drawn by little Oscar T. Hinton, Jr., who was attired in a costume to repre sent one of the' Gold Dust Twins. Small tables were arranged in the spacious halls on which the lunch eon was served the following guests; Mrs. Edith Myall Daniel, the honor guest; Mrs. E. F. Prichard, Mrs. Jno. F. Davis, Mrs. Robert Lee Frank, Mrs. Lewis Taylor, Mrs. Virgil Gaitskill and her guest, Mrs. Dwight Watson, of Anderson, Ohio, Mrs. Wade H. Whitley, Mrs. Milton C. Browning, Mrs. White Varden, Mrs. Oscar T. Hinton, Mrs. Catherine Davis Craig, Misses Elizabeth Jas per, Nancy Griffith and Mary Fith ian Hutchcraft. (Other Personals on Page 3.) . " ARE YOU ONE OF THE FIVE? WILL YOU ACCEPT IT NOW? Areyou one of the five. See, display, add. of Bourbon Build ing & Loan Association on page 4 of this issue." Join now. LOST Between the Y. M. C. A. building and residence of Rev. W. E. Ellis, a black leather mesh bag containing a sum of money and several checks payable to Mrs. C. B. McShane. Finder leave at this office and re ceive suitable reward. (9,-tf) Clearance! t AJwonderful value-giving sale of all merchandise in stock Coats, Suits, Dresses, Blouses, Furs, Millinery, Children's Dresses and Coats, Bath Robes, Etc., Etc. Ladies' Coats Luxurios soft materials in new winter styles, beautiful fur trimmed models, are of fered at greatly reduced prices. $198.00 reduced to.... $139.50 175.00 reduced to.... 129.50 159.00 reduced to.... 1119.50 137.50 reduced to ... . 98.50 125. 00 reduced to S7.50 98.50 reduced to. . . . 79.50 89.50 reduced to ... . 69.50 75. 00 reduced to ... . 59.50 65.00 reduced to.... 49.50 59. 50 reduced to ... . 42.50 49.50 reduced to.... 35.00 35.00 reduced to.... 24.75 39.50 reduced to. . . . 27.50 Ladies' Silk and Satin Dresses $62.50 now $49.50 49.50 now 39.50 39.50 now..: 27.50 35.00 now 24.75 25.00 now 19.75 17.50 now 13.50 Ladies7 Rain Coats Belted and Straight Models. $12.50 now $ 9.93 15.00 now 12.50 19.75 now 14.75 35.00 now 27.50 HARRY SIMON 224 W. Main St. Lexington, Ky; THE J. EITHERPHONE 36 Motor Hearse Children's Coats 8 to 14 years and misses' sizes. $39.50 now $27.50 35.00 now 24.75 29.50- now 22.50 25.00 now 19.75 19.75 now 14.75 17.50 now 13.50 15.00 now 12.50 12.50 now 9.98 Children's Serge Dresses Stylish Models in Navy. $19.50 now $14.75 17.50 now 13.50 15.00 now 12.50 12.50 now 9.98 9.98 now 7.98 Fur Sets and Muffs $150.00 Sets $119.00 85.00 Sets 62.50 79.50 Pieces 59.50 59.50 Pieces 45.00 49.50 Pieces 37.50 57.50 Pieces 42.50 39.50 Pieces 27.50 Misses' Dresses, Silk and Satin, at Greatly Reduced Prices. l Car? ylfWf Kt Mrs. HomeloVer! There's a charm and a comfort in a room with nice chairs; they make a room look "livable." We have a complete line of chairs, all kinds, all sizes and for every room. These chairs from reliable makers, who put properly seasoned wood into them; they are strongly made, beautifully upholstered and handsomely finished. For a chair, or any other piece of furniture, or a rug, come to the store where you get the UP-QUALITY and the DOWN-PRIGE. I T. HIN ION 0. PARIS, KENTUCKY SIXTH AND MAIN Motor Invalid Coach Undertaking! Ladies' Suits Now is the time to select a good looking, stylish suit that will be good to use next fall. We are offering a choice se lection. $129.50 now $89.5t 89.50now 69.5i .75.00now 59.50 65.00now 49.50 J 49.50now 35.H 39.50 now . 27.5i Ladies' Skirts In Plaids, Plain Serge and Silk Poplin. $29.50 reduced to $24.75 25.00 reduced to 21.50 19.75 reduced to 14.75 12. 50 reduced to 9.98 Ladies' Serge Dresses $39.50 now $27.50 29.50 now 22.50 25.00 now 19.75 22.50 now...- 17.50 Fur Pieces and Muffs $35.00 now $27.50 29.50 now 22.50 25.00 now 19.75 19.50 now 14.75 12.50 now , 9.91 9.98 now . 7.98 Main Street Paris, Ky. i ' c l n u f 'i 11 , ) n ! w 'T Jl c m 4' i " .I