TRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1920..
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, .KENTUCKY
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FOR THE BEST
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
;; Comings and Goings of Our
People Here, There and
ONE LIFE !S WORTH $1,000.
If we only save two to the
community, the $2,000 we ask
is well spent. Let the solicitors
have your subscription now.
Goods are very scarce. Attend
our Cash February and March -Sale
tarly. Our sale is a real sale 20
off regular prices. Can you get this
any place else?
THE J. T. HINTON CO.
IN SPEAKERrS CHAIR.
At Frankfort, Tuesday, Represen
tative James H. Thompson, of Bour
bon county, Democratic floor leader,
occupied the Speaker's chair at the
afternoon session, while three im
portant legislative measures were
being considered and passed.
SALE OF LIVE STOCK. ETC.
Auctioneer Oeorge D. Speakes
makes the following report of the
sale of livestock, etc.. belonging to
Albert Snapp, which lie conducted
on the premises near this city
Horses brought from $10 to $200 a
head; cows, from $75 to ?110 a
head; 65-pound shoats, 14 cents
a pounds; chickens, $1.00 each;
turkey hens, $6.00 to $7.00 each;
Phil. Nippert was in Cincin
nati on a business trip Wednesday.
Mr. Milt Dean, of Lexington,
was the guest yesterday of Mr. Phil
trTMr- anl rs. "E. M. Dickson left
Wednesday for a recreation trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Bell will
leave to-morrow morning for a short
stay In Florida.
Mrs. Durand Whipple has re
turned from a visit to Mrs. John
Rodman, in Frankfort.
Mrs. J. Perry Hutchcraft has
returned frojin a visit to her son
Lieut. Davis Hutchcraft, at Tampa!
Mrs. Gertrude Smoot, of Corbin,
is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm.
Remington, and Mr. Remington at
their home on Eighth streer.
Mrs. Denis Dundon will be'
hostess this afternoon at her home
on Houston Avenue, to the jmembers
of the Friday Bridge Club.
George "Torcjmy" Frakcs, 'now
a member of the First M. P. Com
pany, at Camp Zachary Taylor, is
i spending a five-days' furlcme-li in
Paris as a guest of relative.-.
George Rassenfoss, Jr.. of Paris
now residing in Mt. Sterling, was a
visitor in Paris, Wednesday night.
He was en route to Pensacola, Ok
lahoma, on a business mission.
OYNTHEANA HIGH LOSES
PARIS HIGH QUINTET.
PAY DAY POE TEACHERS
Mr. Harry Mitchell is able to
be out after an attack of influenza
Mrs. Mitchell and son. Jack, and
Miss Nellie Mitchell, remain ill of
the same disease, but are improving.
Mr. George Schwartz, of Pur
cell, Oklahoma, was the guest Wed
nesday and yesterday of Mr. and
Mrs. Gus. Margolen. Mr. Schwartz
married Miss Esther Margolen, of
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"?, .T15iheir TC'S ,'? An the county, celebrated his
eignty-nfth birthday Wednesday, at
calling to-cnorrow at the office of
County Superintendent of Schools J.
B. Caywood, in the court house.
The regular meeting of the Teach
ers' Reading Circle will be held at
ten o'clock to-morrow morning, sii
the office of Superintendent Cay
wood. An interesting program has
been, prepared, and a full attend
ance of the teachers is expected.
ICE FACTORY UNDERGOING EX
Beginning Monday, a large force
of expert mechanics will start to
making all necessary repairs at the
rla-nt of the Paris Ice Manufactur
ing Co. The manager, Mr. Phil
Nippert, tells us that there will be
plenty of ice for ail consumers this
spring and sucpaer. There is plen
ty of water with the new dam in and
that there should be no excuse or
alarm over ice for the coming season.
A REAL SPECIAL.
Oklahoma Pecans in the shell at
25 cents per pounds while they last.
Better get in on this special.
(13-tf) C. P. COOK & CO.
BEST GRADES TOBACCO COTTON.
Tobacco cotton, all grades, while
it lasts, at Feld's Department Store.
ONE-FOURTH OFF FURNI
Untilthe 1st of March we are
making reductions cf 25$, on
all furniture and everything
else in our store in order to
make room for Spring goods.
E. M. WHEELER
RECRUITING OFFICERS NOW IN
Capt. R. E. S. Williamson, and his
detail of seven sergeants, in the cav
alnr branch of the U. S. Army, have
opened a recruiting office in the
grand jury room in the court house.
Their -hours will be from 10:00 to
12:00 a, pn., 4:00 to 6:00 p. m. and
7:00 to 10:00 p. m., when they
Avill confer with anyone between
the ages of eighteen and forty, who
may desire to enlist in the service.
Capt. Williamson says: "Tell the
young men. of Paris now is the time
to enlist in the "Honorable First,"
and to call at our office between the
hours mentioned. We will be glad
to explain what the United States
army is offering. Come and see us
whether you care to enlist or not.
We want to talk to you."
SPECIAL SERMON TO MEMBERS
All the ex-service men of Bourbon
county are cardially invited and ex
pected to attend the services at the
Presbyterian church in this city
Sunday evening. The pastor, Rev.
T. S. Smylie, will preach a special
sermon to the ex-service men, in the
interest of and under the auspices of
Bourbon Post No. 30, of the Amer
During the world-war, Kev.
Smylie rendered distinguished ser
vice in tfce capacity of army chap
lain, and, in the performance of his
duties as such, had a varied experi
ence of interesting character. His
message will be one of decided inter-
est to every sanor, sumici r
rine who served his country during
the fearful struggle. Every one who
can come should attend this service.
Mhich can not fail to' be both in
structive and entertaining. The
public is cordially invited to attend
this service. . .,
In tne intensive membership
campaign being conducted by the
Lexington Posfr of American Legion,
three former ex-Bourbon county
boys' who were in the service
in?ra the Post. They were Jakie
'Saloshin. Edward Caywood
Jeste B.. Lovely.
his home on the
near "this city.
Wallace W. Mitchell and John
W. Yerkes, of the Farmers & Trad
ers Bank, are confined to their
homes suffering from grippe. Their
places are being filled at the bank
by Letcher Weathers and Owen' L.
Dr. James T. Ware, of Rapidan,
Va., has been a guest for several
days of his mother, Mrs. Alice Ware,
in this city, and of friends and rela
tives in Cynthiana. Mrs. Ware has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Craig, in Cynthiana.
Dr. Ware is prospering in his Vir
ginia home, where he owns a large
dairy, shipping large quantities of
fresrh milk daily to Washington, D.
C. His son, William Ware, is at
tending the (military school at Port
Winchester Democrat: "Mr.
and Mrs. Rufus Lisle and Miss Anna
Nolson motored to Paris this after
noon to see Miss Elizabeth Bush,
v ho continues to improve at the
Massie Hospital. .. .Mr. and Mrs.
Vaughn Drake have Tjeen ill of in
fluenza. Their sbaby is also reported
to be quite sick. . . .Misses Elizabeth
&nd Rose Toohey, Tom Toohey, Eli
7abeth Gregory and Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Keller, of Paris, and Mr. Geo.
McCormick spent Sunday with Miss
Elizabeth Baskett and brothers."
Miss Virginia Morrison, fifteen-
The basket ball team of the Cyn
thiana High School met defeat by
the Paris team at the Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium in this city, Tuesday
night. The game was a one-sided
affair, the final score standing 42 to
3 2. The game was a slow one
throughout, the Cynthiana team be
ing unable to make it interesting j
tor xne i'aris players. Tne game
was refereed by Adajms,. of the
Georgetown College team.
At the conclusion of the Paris
Maysville games on the Maysville
floor last Friday night the members
of the . Paris teams were presented
with fifteen boxes of fine candies
by the Elite Confectionery, of Mays
ille. The i gift was highly appreci
ated by both the boys' and grils
teams. They had hardly time to
give expression to words of thanks
and appreciation than they were
busily engaged in sampling the do
nations, which were unanimously
voted excellent. A rousing cheer
and vote of thanks was extended
the donors of the sweets.
The Cynthiana girls' team failing
to appear for the scheduled game
Tuesday night, a game was hastily
arranged between the Paris High
School girls' team and a team com
posed of young women members of
the High School Alujmnea Associa
tion. The game was a tie until a
lucky play landed the P. H. S. team
winner over the Alumnaes by a
score of 21 to 19.
The Paris High School team and
the strong team from the Frankfort
High School will play on the local
floor to-night. The Frankfort team
has been going strong, while the
Paris teatm hasn't been slow at the
game. Both being tuned up to a
high key, the game is confidently
expected' to be one of the best of
the season on the local floor. Play
will be called at 7:30 sharp, at the
Y. M. C. A. to-night.
You closed the hospital what
would you do in times of epi
demicwhere could you take
the sick? It is unthinkable
that you would allow it tu c ose.
Give Siberaliy. The sum they
ask is small enough. If every
one chipped in they would soon
have the amount. How could
you invest in anything and do
so much good?
Select lot of fresh fish for to-day
and to-morrow. We dress them
free of charge. Nice oysters fresh
MARGOLEN'S SANITARY MEAT
NEAR EAST RELIEF FUND CAMPAIGN.
The campaign for the Near East
Relief Fund, will begin in Bourbon
county, Monday, February 16. The
following ladies are the chairmen
of the various precincts in Paris:
1st Mrs. Nellie Highland; 2nd
Mrs. George Williams Clay; 3rd
Mrs. Harry Kerslake; 4th Mrs.
Henrv Power; 5 th Miss Laura
Lilleston; 6th Mrs. Geo. Wilder.
The chairmen for the county pre
Millersburg. Miss Olive Fisher;
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.jNort-n Middletown, Rev. F. M. Tin
j. A Morrison of this city, is one.der. Ruddies Mills, Miss Tillie La
of the successful contestants in the
drawing contest recently conducted
by the Louisville Courier-Journal.
Much of her work has been of a
most acceptable nature, and she has
received first, second and third priz
es,, and also honorable mention in
the puzzle and prize story contest
department. She is very talented in
drawing, and her work received Ihe
jmost favorable comment from the
One of the most beautiful and
brilliant social events of the season
was the reception given Wednesday
afternoon at their home in Lexing
ton by Mrs. Thomas Combs and
daughter, Mrs. Thomas Newton
Duff. About five hundred guests
from surrounding towns and coun
ties enjoyed the afternoon. Receiv
ing with Mrs. Combs and Mrs. Duff
were Mrs. Catesby Woodford, Jr., of
Paris, and Mrs. Alfred Combs, of
Lexington. Punch was served in
the sun parlor, followed by luncheon
served on small tables spread in the
dining room. Those- from Paris at
tending were Miss Griffith, Mrs.
Catesby Woodford, Jr., Mrs. Stan
hope Wiedemann, Mrs. Louis Rog
ers, Mrs. William B. Ardery, Mrs.
Jesse Letton, Mrs. Jesse Alverson.
THE SICK Rev. J. Taylor
Sharrard is convalescing at his home
on South Main street from a severe
attack of influenza. Mrs. W. C.
Dodson and Mrs. Hiram Roseberry
are patients at the Petree Sanita
rium, on Vine street, where they are
undergoing treatment. Mrs. Walter
Dalby is recovering from an attack
of the grippe. William Grosche,
who has been a patient at the Mas
sie Memorial' Hospital, has recover
ed sufficiently to leave the institu
tion. Miss Lula Speakes, who has
"been very ill for the past ten days,
ih recovering. Dr. Bruce. Smith, one
of Millersburg's prqminent physi
cians, is an influenza patient at the
Massie Memorial Hospital, where he
was brought Tuesday. Mrs. Ida M.
Desha, of Paris, is a patient at the
"Norton Infirmary, in Louisville,
where she recently underwent a se
rious operation. Charles P. Cook
and two little sons, Charles and Nor
wood, are convalescing from reecnt
attacks of influenza. Mrs. L. M.
True, of Paris, who recently under
went an operation at the Good Sa
maritan Hospital, is recovering
slowly. Miss Nellie Fithian is re
covering from a recent attack of the
flu. Miss Nell Cmtcher is ill with
pneumonia. Among recent victims
of the flu are Miss Lavelle Ranson,
Miss Katherine Murphy, Mrs. Helen
Davis Swearengen and little "daugh
ter Eleanor, and Mildred, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Green,, all
of whom are improving.
rue; Little Rock, Miss Elizabeth
Tarr; Centerville, Mrs. Virgil Gaits
kill; Hutchison, Miss Margaret
The reports come weekly of the
starvation and dying of the Armeni
ans. Let the people give liberally.
Attend our February and March
Cash Sale early. We save you
' THE J. T. HINTON CO.
1919 Ford Coupe, starter ..?650.00
1917 Ford Touring 325.00
1917 Ford Touring 375.00
1917 Jeffery 7-passenger,
1917 Ford Runabout 300.00
All above cars in good condition.
(13-3t) Paris, Ky.
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Mr&. Ellis' tosh
Opposite Court House
Paris, Ky. '
Coats and Dresses
Bargains every one of them that's what these Coats
are- The materials are good, the styles new, and we in
clude them in our big Clearance Sale at the following
$12.50 Coats at T $ 9.98
$15.00 Coats at $12.98
$17.50 Coats at $13.50
$22.50 Coats at $17.50
$25.00 Coats at $19.75
$29.50 Coats at $22.50
$35.50 Coats at :..: $24.75
$39.50 Coats at $27.50
Belted or straight models in Plum, Wine, Brown, Blue, Taupe
some with collars of fur.
Practical Dresses of Serge, Gabardine and other kin
dred material are offered in several becoming styles.
$ 9.98 Models at $ 7.98
$12.50 Models at $ 9.98
$15.00 Models at $12.50
$19.50 Models at $14.75
$25.0'0 Models at $19.75
$29.50 Models at $24.75 ,
Just right for the school room
u if !i Wmr I
224 W. Main St.
Paris, Ky. ,
We Save You More Money at Oar
CASH AND MARCH SALE
Than You Can Save in Any Sale Anywhere.
WE BELIEVE THIS because we give you
a straight 20 discount on all goods marked
at the regular price.
WE DO NOT use any tags but the" ones in
use at all times, marked in plain figures.
You KNOW what you are doing at OUR
February and March
7 If you don't, your neighbor does. -
Globe-Wernicke Czse, Columbia Grafonolas and Records
Way Sagless Springs
THE J T, HIN FQJV CO.
EITHERPHONE 36 PARIS, KENTUCKY SIXTH AND MAIN
Motor Hearse Motor Invalid Coach Undertaking
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