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i ' v '.V . ' ' V . . ? 4 N v THE BOURBON HCWS," PAWS, ttrfTTTCM V r TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1921 x -. FAGS FIT 1 "jptp ,, jy . X cMffnfe ' 'C. fOR THE BEST NOTHINO n WOOL WAHTED WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR WOOL. CALL AND GET SACKS. B. B .bUTCHCRAFT & CO. (15-tf) LIVE BIRD TOURNAMENT Trap shots from Bourbon and sur rounding counties held a live pigeon shooting tournament at the farm of Alfred Clay, near Austerlitz, last week. An old-time dinner was serv ed to the shooters and invited guests. High honors were won by B. D. Goff, of Winchester. o ihave arrived home to visit Paris relatives. SELLS POOL ROOM N. A. Moore has sold his pool room located on Main street, next to Shire & Fithian's jewelry store, to jDwight Hamilton, of Richmond, and will take a vacation. Mr. Hamilton, vho operates pool and billiard halls in Richmond and Winchester,' took possession of the business yesterday, o ,. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED The real estate firm of Mitchell, Moreland & Mitchell has dissolved the partnership business that has ex isted for several months. James M. Moreland will continue business at the old stand, while Mitchell & Son will move to another location, 330t yet determined upon. o- CEMENT! SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Coniags and Goings of Our People Here, There and Elsewhere! is visiting his son, 'at Stanford, and will come to Paris for a short visit. Rev. Walter S. Cain, rector of St. Peter's Episcopal church, lias re turned from a week's visit to his old home in Ashevilie, North Caro lina. Horace Miller Clay and Hiram Adair, of Paris, attended an infor mal dinner given Saturday evening in the Chapter Mouse by the Sigma Chi Fraternity of Kentucky univer- George Watkins has returned from a business trip to Irvine. A large number of Paris society people attended the dance given in vrwi6civviif jjriuuy uignx. sitV nfTSS.? v v, and motne5' : Edwin Thomas arrived Saturday of m It & Ne7xY?rkA are sue8te,from his home in Alabama, where of Mr and Mrs. J.R Letton. i he has been encased in farming, for vr. ana Mrs. Barclay Stephens. brief to Ms father, Hon. nuiu iiieir jaiiLoruvd. Claude M. Thomas, and his grand- jZ V2K? reIat37es- . 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Thomas, "L? M. Tribble continues sen- HouBton avenue. ously ill at his apartments over the Farmers' and Traders' Bank. Mrs. Sallie Bishop, of George Mrs. R. B. Hutchcraft will go to Lexington to-day to attend the lieorere- x, . it. xx " n t, - A . . ... , -r . meetinK oi wie ota-ie jBjxeuuxive ouiuu town is visiting her son, Newton, ew Mothera be held on the xusnop, ana Mrs. Bisnop, m this floor of the -Phoenix Hotel. -m T.n Ti e'iiMrs. William Dowell Oldham, State ilnvc in nvnth5aa i,n ;;; JZ : War Mother, will preside. rf . wjl vw i0 TYVO. .D HAVE JUST UNLOADED PRESH CAE CEMENT. (22apl-tf) CHAS. S. BEENT & BEO. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN CANNED PEACHES We are offering whole can peaches, bO-cent value, for 25 cents. Come quick. (It) C. P. COOK & CO. o ADJUDGED INSANE In the 'County Court, Saturday, before County Judge George Batter ton, Isaac Pendleton, a Bonrbon county farmer, aged seventy-one, was adjudged to be of unsound mind. He was taken to the Eastern Ken tucky Hospital for the Insane at Xrexington by an attendant. -o DOGS THTT, SHEEP a guest of her mother. Mrs. Etta Anderson. Mrs. Ed. Quinn and daughter, Miss Nellie, of Ferguson street, were guests, of relatives and friends in Cincinnati, Sunday. Louis Grosche, who is' a patient at the Massis Memorial Hospital, where he recentlv underwent, a minov operation, is improving rapidly. Mrs. uyntnia Farris nas . re turned to ier home in Richmond, af ter a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Net tie F. Bonn, on Mt. Airy avenue. W. R. Farris, of St. Matthews, was a guest of his sister, Mrs. Nettie F. Bonn, Mt. Airy avenue, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Morford have returned to their home in Ew ing after a visit to Paris friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. James have returned fromi visit to friends and relatives in Owingsville . and Bath county. Mrs. Lizzie Collins and daugh ter and Miss Etta Wheeler have re turned frtfm a visit to Mrs. L. C. Keal, in Nepton. Miss Elizabeth Kenney, of Headquarters, guest of her aunt, Mrs. John H. Doty, and Mr. Doty, is ill, threatened with typhoid fever. Miss Roberta Adaans, of Mt. Airy avenue, has returned from a week's visit with her cousin, Miss Florence Davison, in Richmond. Miss Frances Kenney attended the party given in Georgetown, Fri day, by Miss Ferguson, at the home of her -parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ferguson. Mrs. Tillie Brent Woodall, of Covington, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Belle Brent Alexander, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen L. Davis, on Pleasant street. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. M. Funk have gone to West Baden Springs, West Baden, Indiana, for a ten-days' cojourn. During their absence their niece, Miss Florence Slaughter, will be a guest of friends and relatives in Lexington and Louisville. :o UNIVEKSITY OF KENTUCKY AULMNI NOTICE A jmeeting of the Bourbon County alumni and former students, of Uni versity of Kentucky will be held at th court house Wednesday night, at 7:30. Herbert Graham, the alumni association secretary, will be here to present some interesting facts and to assist in organizing an association in the county. All old students who areinterested in the success of the University should make every possi ble effort to be at ttns meeting. HEBE'S A PRECIOUS BUNCH OP EELLOWS. Walter Trusty has arrived at the Frankfort Reformatory to serve a year for taking the window cords from a church to use as plow lines. Other prisoners in the institution, who wilj be congenial ( company are one who drank the communion wine, another who broke into a church to play craps, one who stole brass from a church, and a fourth conviction of burning a church building. - a . CONFEDERATE HOME NOW CLEARED OP DEBT Dogs attacked a flock of sheep be longing to Walter Tate, near Shaw Ian, killing twenty-four sheep and eight lambs, and badly mangling others, causing a loss estimated at $500. Sheep on the Keller farm ad joining Mr. Tate's place, were at tacked ttie same night, the dogs killing six and mangling others. . o BOURBON PRISONER PAROLED At the recent meeting of the Board siVi,-;i o-nrl fVirrer.t.ions at Frankfort, paroles were issued to a New York City, was a guest of Paris large numuer ui ynsuucio wuuuv-u irienas several aays iue ytust wccn.. The Confederate Home at Pewee Valley has been practically cleared of debt, according- to the report read before the annual meeting of the VmiWiAmtP Veterans' Association Mrs. Linn A. Tripp and baby, 'of Kentucky, which was held in the who have been guests of Mr. and Confederate room at tne court nouse Mrs. Jonathan Burris, near Paris, in Lexington, beginning at 11 o'clock have returned to their home in Saturday morning. Sixteen members Greenfield, Indiana. I were present when Major P. P. John- Miss Elizabeth Clay Alexander ' son, president of the association, and Harry Hancock, of Cincinnati, called the meeting to order. Little spent Sunday in Paris as- guests of business was transacted, a report on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Hancock, at the Confederate Home at Peewee their home on Pleasant street. i Valley by one of the commissioners, Mrs. Ben Davis and daughter, ana read by Secretary C. F. Estill, Miss Josephine Davis, formerly of being the most important matter re Paris, now .residents of Lexington, ceived. were guests yesterday of Mr. andi Resolutions of respect and sympa Mrs. Jos. W. Davis and family. ! they for Major J. H. Leathers, of N. B. Moss, formerly engaged Louisville, for his recent bereave in the promotion of oil business in TOent were prepared by Captain H. .rails, now eugageu iu uuomcoo m Xu. martin ana auuyicu. The Sun is Almost Sine? On Both Sides of the Street This means that it is time for Straw Hats. Liffht Underwear, Silk Shirts, Etc.--ancT they are all here A Timely Silk Shirt Sale Broadcloth and Crepe n Is New Colors r rah " ,y " ?n -ho TRvTi"irfnrt "Reformatory. One of the favored ones was Morton McKee, colored, sent up from Bour bon county in January, 1920, for a two year term on a forgery charge. o A TINE SPB&G TOKIC Order a case of "Dixie," nothing "better for a Spring tonic. A special price will be made, delivered to your home, if you buy a case 3 dozerf pint bottles. - BONE DRY CAPE, Next to Dale's Restaurant. (22-4t) o- MARGOELEN'S QUALITY MEATS AT VERY SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS WEEK. Pure Hog Lard (50-11) can "-J0 Chuck Roast, per lb 20c Plat Roast, per lb 15c Prk Roast, per lb.. 25c Umb Roast, per lb 35c Picnic Hants, per lb fflc Sliced Ham, per lb 4ic Ctuntry Cured Bacon, lb... 2ic Pure Hog Sausage, lb ' -25c teef Loaf, lb.. 221-2c ftlARGOLEN'S MEAT MARKET (may 3-2 1) o SUNDAY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE With a bright, though cool Sunday, tiie attendance at the Sunday Schools of the city and county on last Sun day, "Go-to-Sunday-School Day," "brought out a large crowd. The Christian church Sunday School re- fcortprt 5Q9 ProcTwtprian 254. BantiSt 486, Methodist 336, and Episcopal No report was sent in from the Sunday Schools in the county, but the attendance was reported as being fully up to that of the previous year. o MAY C0TJBT DAY Yesterday was a rather dull court day, the weather being forbidding, and the attendance small. Farmers ere mostly busy with their wor, and many of them were attending the TiPvirio-f. t.on "RftWPAn -.hG tWO the attendance here was cut, down about half. Judging from surface indications there was very little transacted in the livestock markets. A few horses and mules constituted the bulk of the offerings. Rain in the alternoon soon scattered the crowd to shelter. Merchants report ed collections slow and business the Fame. Candidates for political offices "ere busy with the crowi? pushing their claims. - First Class Coal We carry a supply of first-class coal at all times. "We will deliver by truck to any part of the country at very reasona- Paris, Ky. E. T. Phone 711. Home Phone 510. (F-tf) ttnhert J. Breckinridge, of the Lexington Herald, has been selected to deliver the address at the annual meeting of the Paris High School Alumni Association, to be held soon. Miss Josie Maher, of Paris, un derwent a serious surgical operation at the Massie Memorial nospuai, in ble priCeg this city, yesterday, and was reported MANSFIELD & JEFFERSON, as QOing as wen aa uuuiu. uc cptvi.vu, Mr. and Mrs. Williajm Kenney Ferguson and daughter, of Paris, are visiting Mrs. Ferguson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ford Offutt, at the New Lancaster Hotel, in Georgetown. Reuben . and Frances Stivers, children of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sti- vers, wno nave Deeu visitiue i tives and friends in this section, have returned to their home in Chat tanooga, Tenn. The dance given in the Masonic Temple in this city Friday night by Bourbon Post, American Legion, was largely attended, both by local and out-of-town guests. The dance was a success in every detail. Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Spencer, who have been spending several weeks at Richmond, Va.t and Virginia Beach, were guests Friday night of their daughter, Mrs. Wm. B. Ardery, and Mr. Ardery, at their home near Mrs. Mayme Remington Par rish spent yesterday as a guest of friends at-Hamilton College, Lexing ton, remaining for the May Day and other exercises. Mrs. Parrish was farmerly a member of the household at Hamilton College. Charles "Pete" Hiner, of the Cynthiana Log Cabin, was a call.ei at THE NEWS office Saturday. "Pete" is one of the olI guard of printers, formerly of Mt. Sterling, and has worked on all the most ipi- was en route to Lexington to attend the races. Union Suits 75i to $1.85 Straw Hats $3.00 to $6.50 n Ti .. i Shoes and Oxfords r $4.00 to $10.00 Clothes For the Working Man Overalls, Khaki Pants, Unionalls, Work Shirts and Shoes all reasonably priced. LEWIS twin Bros Clothing and Shoe Department 619 Main Street T-rrio at Home" Call Our Store "Home" Mnwsnn T.i i-. An cnn nf Mrs. Eliza- beth Dundon, of Paris has recently become an active member of the Ag ricultural Society and pledg f ? f qisrma Aloha Bpslon fraternity oi TunWelltr of Kecky Mr Dundon viU "PJJSpSeS the University and become a scien tine farmer. . Mrs. Nellie Crump, of Jettons, -k-v was a recent caller at TH& S&S"Zm. MrsCrumP spent sev eral day here asest of her aunt. naner woman, having been associat ed th the Carlisle Mercury for Several years. - She is novr on the Sof a new paper established at Jenkins. v, . . ,c- to v .nnaev and baoy, BeSy Mcllvaine Casey, have return S I to their .home 'n Stanford, after ed to ineir .uui Mdlvaine, in a visit io w. vvw ,-. - rpV this ity. vr .aw Q"" formerly of P.wlio3i now rta tioned in the Panama Canal Zoae, Extra Large Tomato Plants 25c Per Doz. These nlants not on sale elsewhere 332 West Eighth Street one and half blocks from traction line. (26apr-tf) JOB LAVIN. Gabardine coats answer a twofold purpose. 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