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'- $ t J' .1" - ,a 'i - Vv -iA ps-' ' y. lU A -Y H' ;- t t " v : - V v - j - - ' x pagi xnnpfif ' t ',j4p J? -J - ' ? -i. i . y r f ' : r TUESDAY, JMAY 3f 1921 THE BOURBON NETffS, PARIS. KEftTUCn J : KLLERSBURG the A. "F. Jones is slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Wadell, of Louis ville, are guests of relatives in this tKy. ' Mrs. George Jones and daugh ter, of Cincinnati, are visiting Mrs. Mattie Jones. Miss Maggie Clarke, who spent th winter in Florida, is a guest of Mrs. E. F. Peterson. Mrs. Homer Wright, of Toccoa, Georgia, is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. David Cassidy re turned last Monday irom Florida, fhere she spent the winter- Mrs. Lawrence, of Georgetown, 5s a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wil hur Lancaster, and Prof. Lancaster. The annual Millershurg Chau tauqua will open on Thursday after- Eoon, June 30. Further particulars; later. R. M. Caldwell has sold his home on Trigg street to Mr. A. C. Strode. Terms private. Possession given June 1st. is extended to the patrons and geneval public to attend. Mr. and Mrs. A. C: Strode and son, of Chester, Montana, are gjiests of Mrs. Strode's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ball. Dennis McMahan was in. Lexing ton, Wednesday and Thursday, un der treatment of his TvhvRirinn will Have to go to bed for another month. ' All the Sunday Schools showed large gains on Sunday School Day. Christian church 145, Methodist church 188, Presbyterian hurch 119, Baptist church 78, Millershurg College 46. Fifteen were taken rinto the Methodist church at the Sunday morning service, and were baptized, and two by letter. Rev. Adams deliv ered an interesting address to th new converts. Gordan Boston, of the Atlantic Squadron, U. S. Navy, which has anchored in Hampton Roads, Va., after a cruise in South American waters, will come to Millershurg, to visit his mother, Mrs. Mary Boston, and family. concert, featuring the well-known songs of Stephen Collins Foster, will f be given by local talent'under the di- rection of Mrs. A. S. Best. The quota assigned to Millershurg in the' Bour bon county campaign is $200, all of which, and more, will be raised. JEONAEDO n DISTANCED IN "DEBBY TRIAL" Miss Bales, teacher in the Mil Jersburg College, who has been very iD for several days, has gone to her Jbome in Georgia; to recuperate. five scholarships awarded to Ken tucky by this school. Dr. and Mrs. Jos. Grimes, of The commencement exercises of Superior, Ws., Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. the M. C. will begin Friday evening, Grimes, of Atlanta, Ga.- Mr. and Mrs. May 20. Commencement day, Tues- Ralph Miller, of Cincinnati, who day, May 24. See next issue for full were called here by the death of program. Mrs. S. C. Bascom, are spending a The pupils of Miss Patsy Clarke few days as guests of Mr. Bascom will give a piano, voice and expres- and daughter, Miss Sue Bascom. sion recital in the High School gym- "My Old Kentucky Home" nasium on Friday evening, May 6, at Week will be observed in Millers eight o'clock. A cordial invitation burg. On Thursday an old-fashioned Before what was probably the largest crowd ever seen at the Lex ington race track, E. R. Bradley's t,wo entrants, Black Servant and Be have Yourself, finished first and second respectively in the feature event of Saturday afternoon the Blue Grass Stake, which is looked upon as the "Derby Trial." The great Leonardo II was made an overwhelming favorite, both on account of his great career as a two-year-old and alsp because of his meritorious performance Monday week ago, when he knocked the track record sky high, and that he would be defeated was not given a thought, at 'least not by the form players. At the rise of the harrier Blank Miss Iva Dagley, teacher of ' Servant "took the top," followed French and Latin in the Millershurg closely by Leonardo II, was soon out .College, has been awarded a schol-' paced and dropped completely out of arship in the Fountainebleau School 'it, but the Simms colt held on until Df Music in Paris. This was one of I well into the stretch before he Mie- . . . In al If new size jl Vvpackagey .J LUCKY STRIKE 10 cigarettes for 10 cts Hanily and convenient; try .. r them. Dealers now carry i both sizes : 10 for 10 cts 20 for 20 cts. It's Toasted C7 oy-asr VhjLfJtYVJV&CSAA(0 ciynbed and was passed by both fie have Yourself and Uncle Velo. o T0PPY MEMORIAL DAY FLOWER The American Legion has adopted the poppy as the Memorial Day flower and on that day thousands of tiny red silk flowers will be distrib uted throughout America by the Le gion and other patriotic organiza tions. The poppies exact replicas of those which blow on Flanders fields" were made by war orphans of the American and French Children's League. They were brought to Amer ica by Mme. Anna E. Guerin, who founded the league for the purpose of perpetuating the friendship be tween the nations which had its in ception on the battlefield. The poppy is the league's national emblem and the children are the self-constituted guardians of graves of tjie American soldier dead in France. ' t v GENUINE BULL" Fountain of Youth Found at Last! DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood cigarettes for 10c BEBEKAHS MEET IN LEXINGTON MAY AT Lexington has been designated as the convention city for a meeting of Central Kentucky members of Re bekah Lodges which will be held sometime in May, the exact date to be fixed later. The regular meeting of the "Will Poutch Rebekah Lodge of Lexington was held in the clubrooms of the or ganization. Members were address ed by Mrs. George I. Breiel, of New port, Ky., State Secretary of Re bekahs, who' is the guest of Mrs: S. L. Myers. She spoke of the splen did growth of 4he order throughout the State and compaended the local organization for its work. o Unless something happens tto im prove the situation, banquets wil Igo to join the dodo in the realm of things extinct. When a man attends a banquet these days the only toast in mhich he is invited to participate is a milk toast. . o Honey collected by bees from cer tain plants is .poisonous. . v? K. ; JM JANE ALDEN, PERSONAL SHOPPER, WILL SHOP WITH OR FOR YOU! " . -- t-ferw-iJzJJiSD " --jr y 4 - ..-. t itf r m M m y jf Sm rIT w iff.- w-fV------j-i.Ju.vf--HlAiit. .TH T WW .-. . - --'r w-rt . .i-t-Ttr-f--. 58th ANNIVERSARY SALE IS IN FULL SWING The fifty-eighth birthday of such a store is worthy of a stupendous celebration, and the anniversary sale this year will break all records. I - Months of planning and careful buying, in which . we, had the full co-operation of the leading manu facturers, -have resulted in what we believe, in all ' sincerity, to be the largest selection of unusual values ever offered in Cincinnati.. tvr- . , The savings on your purchases will more than pay the emprises of a trio to Cincinnati, - and you have the ad- . 1 T . 'a- -i vantage ot tne greatest-selection in me territory. i. 'fiU This Sale Is Until May 15th. THE H. &. S. POGUE COMPANY CINCINNATI', OHIO -Z. s- - - I.J M I I fc i - I M ' ? P0RHER PRESIDENT GIVEN THE RIGHT TOJPRACTICE.LAW Foipaer President Woodrow Wil son vas given the right to practice law in the State of New York by 'a measure enacted in the closing hours of the .legislature. The act was passed under an em ergency message from Governor Mil ler, who wrote that this distinguish ed citizen has a just title to a privil ege, the conferring of which, I be lieve, would be an eminently grace ful act and one universally ap proved." "I believe," said Senator Wiswall, ?v !- .! ,i . ,, in tut: iiieury mat an men are cre ated equal, and I feel that to pass a bill of this kind admitting any per son to practice of law without an examination is unfair to the strug gling young men who are fitting themselves for the legal profession." i-o DIFFERENCE IN TIME Folks who put in long distance calls from Paris for points in Ohio, especially the larger cities, where the day-light savings law prevails, should remember there is an hour's difference in the time. For instance when it is noon here itis 1 p. m. In Cincinnati; where business houses and factories observe the half houi on Saturdays, consequently tele phone calls cannot be put through after 12 o'clock, or 11 a. m. by our time. v You have no doubt heard of that "Mystic Fountain" of the Srmr Southland, for which Ponce De Leon, searched so long, believing that om draught from its living waters would restore perpetual youth. Now, we regret to say, wehave no water from this mystic . siriag, but we do have at our Paint Store on South Main street, soetim$ that will restore in a great measure, the youth and beauty of your buildings, and you will not be disappointed as Ponce De Leon was for It . is now waiting your orders at our store. Try one opplication and be convinced. ' . '! The Templin Paint and Roofing Co. l - Street Letting! BOARD OF COUNCIL, PARIS, KY., BOURBON COUNTY: Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Board of Council, in the City Building, until 8:00 o'clock, p. m. May 12, 1921- to con struct the streets hereinafter des cribed and as covered by an ordi nance authorizing said work, by the original construction of the roadways thereof, with Vit rified Block, Sheet Asphalt, Kentucky Rock Asphalt, Asphaltic Concrete, Plain Concrete Paving, or other types of paved street: Second street from the east mar gin of Main street to the west mar gin of Pleasant street, Fourth street from the east margin of High street to the west margin of ' Pleasant street, Fifth street from the east margin of High street to the west margin of Pleasant street, Sixth street from the east piargin of High street to the west margin of Pleasant street, Seventh street from ihe east margin of High street to the west margin of Pleasant street, Eighth street from the east margin of High street to the west margin of Pleas ant street, Ninth street from the east margin of High' street to the west margin of Pleasant street, Tenth street from the east margin of High street to the west margin of Main street, Eleventh street from the east margin of igh street to the weBt margin of Pleasant street, Twelfth street from the' east margin of High street to the west margin of Pleasant street, Thirteenth street from the east margin of High street to the west margin of Main street and High street from the court house to the north jmargin of Fourteenth street. j A certified check to the apaount of ' ten (10) per cent, of the aggregate4 bid, or a bidder's bond in the penal sum of Twenty-five Hundred Dollars (2,500.00) must be submitted with the bid. The nature and extent of the bond required will be a guarantee that the improvement will require no repairs fqr a period of five (5) years from and after the acceptance of the work by the Board of Council; said guarantee shall not j include any repairs made necessary I by any cause or causes other than j defective work, or materials, orj workmanship in the construction oft the improvement, but shall protect the city of Paris from defects in amount equal to the penalty of the bond for a period of five years after the accfintTr.e of the work by the Board of Council. The surety shalH be a guarantee or surety company authorized to do business In the State of Kentucky and approved by the Board of Council. Drawings and specifications of said wQrk are on file in the office of the City Engineer. - V The Board of. Council reseryes the right to reject any and allvbids and also the "right-to award the contracts on any -and all work to the lowest .tiitI heat hlrlrter JV Boaid of Council, Cityof Pcia,Ky. J- X, -Ei. . JAJNU-Ufcli Y,ju. J.,W. HAYDEN, City uierjcr Try Our Composite Roofing None Better; Few as Good (aprill-tf-T) x. Become a Saver! Buy a Lexington Utilities Bond and help the growth of the Blue Grass Community. Bonds sold at 90 either for cash or on a monthly payment plan. YIELD 7.6 We pay 6 per cent, interest on all monthly payments, also refund the nominal Fed eral Income Tax and the Kentucky State 4-mill tax. Ask any employe. Lexington Utilities Company (Incorporated in Kentucky) 156 West Main St. Lexington, Ky. C. S. BALL GARAGE Cor. Fourth and Pleasant 8ts. . Mr. farmer: m FLOW w Have You a Genuine Tl I V0LCAIN PLOW? If not you are not prepared to plow right. We have a big line of the REAL, GENUINE VULCAN PLOWS AND REPAIRS. Beware of imitations we are the authorized dealers and only sellthe genuine article. Buick Cars of All Models on Display r When you buy a car, be sure and see the Buick before you purchase. ' C. &. Ball Garage fourth and Pleasant Street m I 1'' " U -t - yr J News Advertisers Get Resnhm . X , . r ? v ?" V . -f vrf. . r- ,T . ft- t, V A- . .j V Eng'r. " . - -----w rf s"