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U yi THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY V PAGE EIGHT TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1 - 7t ' A - X it ilt 'j MATRIMONIAL. TnCQ nAVTG A wedding that will prove of in terest to ttie many friends and rela Mres of the contracting parties here and elsewhere took place at Ft. Thomas,. near Newport, at 4 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, when James . Withers Davis and Miss Mary J 'Ross, bqth. of Paris, were united in " marriage. - The ceremony was per formed atthe home of the brides brother, Earl Hoes.' Hev. G. W. Argabnte, formerly jastor of the Paris Baptist church, performed the wedding ceremony, only a few invited friends and mem bers of the immediate families 'be ing present After the ceremony and receiving, congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Davis left" for honeymoon trip to Chicago. On their return they will go to housekeeping in this city. Mr. Davis is a member of the clothing firm of Jos. W. Davis & Co., in this city, being - associated with - his father,' Jos. W. Davis, and his brother, John F. Davis,- in conducting the business. He is a brother of Jos. W Davis, Jr.. and Mrs. Catherine Davis Craig, of Paris, and one of the best-known and most popular - young men in the Bluegrass, both in business and social circles. His bride is a remarkably handsome and at tractive brunette, whose gracious manners and winsomeness have made her a favorite with a large circle of friends. Among the guests present at the ceremony were the groom's sister and brother. Mrs. Catherine Davis Craig and John F. Davis, Clarence K. Thomas, of Paris, and J. D. Grover, I of Georgetown. TxiHi JNJciWo extenus uuue a vitia tions to the worthy young people, with best wishes for a long and hap py married life. - EDWARDS FISHER. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Edwards f Tjioi-mrmii npwiv-epfls. are sD6nd- ing part of their honeymoon as guests of friends and relatives in Paris." They were married recently in St. Xavier's Church, in Falmouth, Rev. J. M. Lelan officiating. Mrs. Ed ward's was formerly MissRosie M. Fisher, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth T7iZ-Un F -naar- "KVllimnilth. and IS 1 young woman of many winsome traits of character. 'ine sruum ia a. DUu Mr. and Mrs. J. t. -Eiuwaiuo, Verona, Ky. On their return irom ,.. i,nn0vmnmi trin thev will SO TO iiousekeeping at "Verona. ( 7Wl7ySfl J IAND1 2:QO to S:3Q ALEXANDER Wjm. D. Alexander, aged eighty three, died at his home near Hilltop, in Fleming county, after a long ill ness. He is survived by his widow nnd' eisrht children, three of whom. John Alexander, J. it. Alexander and A. T. Alexander, reside near Paris. I The funeral and burial took place at Elizaville. -g PAINT UP GET OUR PRICES ON Paints Varnishes Oils, Etc. Tht Best Geods at the lest Prices. See Us Before Yeu Buy. VARDEN HON Druggists Beth Phones yTRAGOOQ CLOTHES FOR BOYS Xtragood Boys' Clothes have better looks. They wear longer, too. You can't find more val ue for your money. $7.50 to $20 Blue Serges $10 to $15 Price & Co. Clothiers and Furnishers DEATHS. TO-DAY, TUESDAY WILL RODGEKS BAPPERT Mrs. Sallie Boyle Bappert, wife of Hatfield Bappert, died at the fam ily home on Cypress street, at seven o'clock last night, following a long illness. Mrs. Bappert was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mike Boyl,e, of Paris. Her entire life was spent in Paris. She was a devoted member of the Catholic church, and was a woman of high -Christian character, loved by all who knew her. Besides her husband she is sur vived by two sisters, Misses Julia and. Mollie Boyle, and four brothers, James, Mike, Barney and Thos. Boyle all of Paris. The funeral arrange ments had not been completed last night. . GRAY, Following a lingering illness due to a complication of diseases, Lewis Gray, aged forty-eight, a farmer of near Paris, died Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Humphrey Gravitt, on the Iron Works pike. Mr. Gray had been en gaged in farming, ..and had led an active life until his last illness, which kept him confined to his room for several months. He is surviyed by five sisters, Mrs. James Watson, of Scott county; Miss Fannie Gray, of Nicholas county; Mrs. Pearl Myers, of Bour bon county; Mrs. Humpnrey ixravici and Miss Rachel sGray, of Fayette county; two brothers, Luther and Davis Gray, of Nicholas county. The funeral was held at the home of Mrs. Gravitt, Sunday afternoon, at three o'clock, with services con ducted by Rev. J. T. Sharrard, of Paris. The burial followed in the Paris Cemetery. The pall-bearers were Luther Gray, David Gray, John Watson, Marshall Shannon, H. M. Gravitt and Pearl Myers. IN "Honest Mutch" No more appealing story was ever screened and no better character acting since Joseph Jefferson's "Rip Van Winkle." Don't miss this most wonderful of. all Will Rodgers' pic tures. IN ADDITION in "THE AVENGING ARROW"! t , I mmCOPERA HOUSE l I , 1 v 1 7:00 to 1 0:30 RUTH ROLAND A Swift. Lightning-Speed Serial ojfthe West, and PATHE NEWS Tomorrow, Wednesday TOM MOORE IN Officer 666" Helping to rob his own house is one of the srreaminerlv x ludicrous situations in Tom Moore's latest gloom chaser. It is crammed lull ot clean, clever humoreven better than the itage version, which had all Broadway laughing for months. This Film is a Real Treat Also Paramount-Mack Sennett Comedy "DON'T WEAKEN" and Topics of the Day Thursday and Friday, May 5th and 6th 9 Samfuel Goldwyn Presents .Rex Beach's Famous Story 'The North Wind's Malice A Mighty Drama of the Romantic North YOU'LL SEE , ' two men at death grips in the snow, snarling like wolves, clutching at each other's throats with fingers of steel, rolling over ta'the edge of the glacier. Vera Gordon, the wonderful mother in "Humoresque, " play the greatest part of her career. . . , - Tom Santschi, the husky fearless star of "The Spoilers, " in a role that will thrill you to the core. love, revenge, furious jealousy, super-human endurance, struggle, triumph a splendid tale, told by a master storyteller, acted bysa flawless cast ' 9 IN ADDITION FRIDAY . Joe Ryan in "The Purple Riders' and Comedy, "His Best Girl" IN ADDITION THURSDAY Juanita Hansen and Warner Oland in "The Phantom Foe7 and Pathe News a l Adults 27c plus 3c war tax 3tc AdmiSSlOn Children and Gallery 18cpli 2c war tax 2fc Orchestra Plays Afternoon and Evening r BIRTHS, . i r v. R HERRIN Mrs. Ellen Herrin, aged seventy six, died at her home on South Main street, in this city, at seven o'clock, Sunday morning, after a short lllnesn. Mrs Herrin some time ago suffered a stroke of paralysis, from which she slightly rallied, and was thought to be improving. But reaction set in, causing her death Sunday morn- in" Mrs. Herrin was a woman of fine character, one whose chief aim was to make all around her happy and contented. In her home life she was - nvomni nf the. dutiful and loving mother. She was true m all walks of life, and was highly es teemed by all who knew her. She was the widow of Thomas Herrin, who preceded her to the grave sev eral years ago. Mrs. Herrin is survived by torn daughters, Miss Maude Herrin, Mrs. William Farris, Mrs. Marion Ieacfe, all of Paris, Mrs. A. J. Rice, of Portland, Oregon, ana ay iyui sons, John Herrin, of Stamping Ground, Scott county, Edward Hei rin, Thomas Herrin and Jesse Her rin, all of Parisr , The funeral will be held at the family home on 'South Main street, at three o'clock, this (Tuesday) af ternoon, with services conducted by Rev W. E. Ellis, pastor of the Paris Christian church. The burial will follow on the family lot in .the Paris Cemetery. The pall-bearers will be Thomas Williams, Cleary WsVgo ter, James Fightmaster, AL Wago- : t.- ir.oTiV at Faries. H. T. In ner, ui. -- - cram. ' ' -t o- MT. STERLING MAN PAYS $4,000 POE SBTTJSJi Jiuur. W W. Stoner, of Mt. Sterling, for merly of Paris, left for Courtland, .., .TOfcrA hft has nurchased the dog, '"Eugene's Ghost," for whiph he paid four thousand dollars. He will bring bacK aiso me u6S" Lady and Courtland Girl, which he purchased in Couxtlfnd L Mr .Stoner collecting a kennel of English set ters, among tnem uem6 "Gunner' a twelve-time winner in the big circuit, and Lady Rodney, a three-time winner, .also Lula S. and Trixey Hikes, a five-time winner. WOMEN! BUY NO DYE BUT "DIA 7 MOND PtES." Unless you ask for "Diamond Dyes" you may get a poor'jdye that streaks, spots fades and ruins your goods. Every package of Diamond Dyes con tains simple directions for home dye ing or 'tinting any new, rich, fade lees color into garments, or draper ies of any material. No mistakes! ;No failures! (adv) Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buckner are l eceiving congratulations upon the advent in their home at the Xalapa Farm of a handsome daughter. Mrs. Buckner, before her marriage, -wss Miss Elizabeth Blanton, of Rich; jmond. The young lady nas been named Elizabeth Blanton JBUCKner. o WHEN WILL IT END? It seejns that some automobilists thoroughly beliBve that the streets of Paris are authorized spedwaysj kept in good repair for their es pecial benefit. They travel so fast tha one is prone to believe they will be arrested and fined if jthey do not average fifty miles .an hour. Pleasant street, with its smooth concrete surface is the' favorite play ground of these speed demons. And there seems to be no way of effect ually stopping them from indulging in their favorite pastime. A little caution should be ejeercised in the interest of humanity. Broken limbs or necks cannot be remedied, but the speed burning can be. BIG ADVERTISING DEALS IN PAST YEAR. Newspaper advertising throughout the country increased $200,000,000, an advance of ?50,000,000 over that of the previous year, according to a .report from the Bureau of Advertis ing of the American Newspaper Publishers' Association. The report, approved by the committee in charge, will be submitted to the association in convention here Wednesday Newsnauer- advertising space has gained in favor as a mediujm of re sults and of sure economy, the com mittee reported. Increase of service to advertisers has made accessary the opening of San Francisco and New York offices. Plans for the new office will be submitted Wednesday. YOUR SFR,I3SrG TOO Death only.a matter of short time. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseaces. Avoid painful consequences by taking GOLD MEDAL MK!8 The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles the National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Guaranteed. Three sizes, all druggists. Look for tk awe GoH Medal m ererr ke aai accept m iautaliea '! FOOTWEAR IBtty at Tlxis Store The shoe buyers of this town and vicinity have learned this is the economi cal store to buy. They always find here the snappiest styles, the very best of qualities for the least money expended. -- . You can save from one to three dollars again by buying your new Spring Footwear at this Economy Center. Values That Mean a Real Saving! Ladies' "Rrnwn TCiH Strans $mrl "Rlno-Hah T.npp Oxfords, the very newest styles. $6.00 values, special . S3.99 Ladies' high grade smart Brown and Black Suede New Style ,Straps and Oxfords, high and low heels, in great selection. $8.50 vaiues, special $5.95 Ladies' $5.00 Kid English Pumps. Special $3.49 Misses' and Children's $2.50Gun Metal Strap Slippers, all sizes to 2. Special S1.99 Misses' New Style Straps, a real value Sizes 11 l-2Ito 2 $2.99 Sizes 8 l-21to 11 ,. $2.49 Ladies' neroesf arvninor af-irlno Tl-rrvm-rs TTA , Suede Strap Slippers and Oxfords. $8.00 values, special $5.95 Men's Shoes and Oxfords, Tan English, Gun Metal English and Broad Toe, values to $8.00 $4 Men $5.00 Tan and Black Work Shoes, aruM9i special S2.99 Men's Shoes and Oxfords, English and 1 broad toe, Blucher styles, $6.00 values i $3.49 . L Boys' and Youths' $3.50- Gun Metil Lace Shoes, special $2.49 . DAN COHEN Where Beauty and Econwny Jlcin Paris' Greatest Shoe Store k -' 1' '- SRI x- ' 'PV r J V, 3vr.ir ,"- f -.. vr r t iy 1 , it , - f ' . ". Jt 'S . -, - , X k-t" u j 75 I , " ..