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I Jewelers :-: Paris, Ky.
Neyer Too Busy to Please
SUGAB, AT WHOLESALE
WE HAVE A CARLOAD OP
SUGAE AT THE L. & H. FREIGHT
sepot, m pabis, n.,wn
WE ABE OFFERING FOR FRIDAY
AKD SATURDAY DELIVERY AT
$7.25 PER 100 LBS., CASH.
(It) CHAS. P. COOK & CO.
jnrcHDKTFOR SERVICE SAKE.
A telephone company may erect
and maintain lines, across a railroad
right-of-way at fliaces other than its
regular crossing, i this is necessary
to serve patrons, the Court of Ap
peals decided in reversing a decision
of the Grant Circuit Court.
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ICE CREAM SUPPER.
The ladies of the Episcopal church
will give an ice cream supper Tues
day night, June 4, at 7:30 o'clock,
on the lawn at the residence of Ned
and Thos. Owings. A small "admis
sion fee will he charged. Everyone
cordially invited.
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BOURBON'S AUTO STATISTICS
Since the first of the year the au
tomobile department of the State Tax
Commission has issued 91139 pas
senger motor licenses for 1921, 12,
549 truck licenses, 935 motorcycle
licenses, 660 dealers licenses and 7,
159 chauffeurs' licenses.
Bourbon county in the list, is cred
ited with having 1,552 passenger
cars and 154 trucks. Jefferson
county has the largest list, having
16,354 passenger caijs and 4,021
trucks.
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SUGAR SPECIAL
Sugar special for June 10 th and
11th, 100 lbs. for ?7.20 delivered
free to your home..
PARIS BAKING CO.,
((It) I. L- Glass, Manager.
FRESH HSH FOR TO-DAY.
Nice fresh fish received to-day
end to-morrow. Remember we
&ess fish free and deliver them
promptly. ,
MARGOLEN'S MEAT MARKET.
SOCIAL ASD PERSONAL."
Comimgs and Gohqpof Our
People Htce, 3here'and
fusewnere.
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first things sought fo$ when the
postman's whistle is heard.
Among recent visitors in Paris
were Ralph and Roland Rye, of
Newport.
Winchester Sun: "Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Conway had as visitors recently
Miss Roaettn. ftrpprv nf ATiionii Ir: Conway's brother, Thomas A.
is -a guest of Miss Bertha Tabor, in 5ayea-jffor Denver, Colorado, and sis-
this city ! ters, Mrs. George Hines, of Cincin-
J. M. Alverson has retnmprt nati' 0hio' and Mrs icliard Gr6g
from a visit to hfl Sother, fiat ?r .ris They were enter
tie Alverson, In Richmond, tamed with a dinner Sunday and
Mies Mnw Afifl ,vf t ;, otne.r guests present were Mr. Rich-
montS aMSLtMo flSff " "egory, EHzabeth Gregory, Jno.
MulfinKer. aid fanrilv. Vn thi TV.v xooney, juuzaoetn Tooney and Mrs
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Miss Janie Bronston. of Rich- re"? , e"er' -an or -ans. Mr,
mond, is a guest of her aunt Mrs ttays ie" Ior Denver, Monday alter
Allen DowLrtTon th Xala Farm! S?5, daughter Julia,
near Paris . graduated Wednesday at Lorretta
Miss Jean Nichols, of Paris, is in ! cldm7' S.he wiU accompany lifer
DanvillA for vit to w t.w I tner nome.
John Nichols.
Jos. Newhall, who has been
quite ill for several weeks at the
Mitchell boarding house, is improving.
Mrs. William E. Board, of Lou-' jg
lsvme, is a guest at tne nome or Mr.
and Mrs. Swift Champ, on Pleasant
street.
Mrs. Bruce Miller has returned
to her home in this city after spend
ing a part of the week with relatives
Mrs. Snears Moore and little son. '
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A RECORD BREAKER.
. THE GOraG-OUT-OF-BUSINfcsS
SALE AT THE CDfCHmATI STORE
IS BREAKING ALL RECORDS IN
BARGAINS AND ATTENDANCE.
DENTIST APPORVES TOBACCO AS
TOOTH SAVERS
The New 'Jersey State Dental So
ciety deserves the simultaneous and
Stuart Miller Moore, have returned spontaneous thanks of a bedeviled
from a visit to friends d relatives . population. First, it petitioned Con
in Cincinnati. s gress to allow one drink of liquor,
Mrs. E. M. Wheeler has return- by law, after the extraction of each
ed to her home in this city after a tooth? This may be a move to cheapen
visit to Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Sadler, as well as to legalize, to a limited
in Richmond. ' extent the Tise of liquor, and grateful
A.M.a. liwua a- wa ..-v "", illvlvlIUVVXCUKCJUUClXL UJL H1C KCOIU1C iO
son, juawin jfatterson, or jnnevnie,
are guests'at the home of J. R. Let
ton, near Paris.
Miss Sarah Curie,, of Cynthiana,
is a guest of Misses Catherine and
Anne Rutherford Duncan, at their
home on Second street.
Mrs. Tavlor T. Chandler and
due. On the very next day a dele
gate verified the theorv some of us
long have held, that tobacco is a dis
infectant and therefore a conserver of
the teeth.
"An old-fashioned chaw is one of
the best disinfectants known to dental
science." savs . Dr. Goldstein. "It
children have returned from a visit ' forms a sialagogus around the teeth,
3IRD'S R00PS" BEING INTRO
DUCED IN PARIS.
In this issue of THE NEWS ap
pears the 3-column display adver
tisement of "Bird's Roofs," Shingle
Design Roofing advertised by Paris
Design Roofing Company, Homer L.
JRankin, manager, (Cumberland
phone 899.) This roof can be seen
in actual use in Bourbon county tm
ntw homes on Fithian avenue, and
also on the home of John K. Cahal,
on Second street. The advertise
ment tells its own story and the
"Birds' Roof" is its own good ad
vertisement in actual use. Read the
big ad in this issue. .
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RErELECTED TRUANT OEEICER.
At the recent meeting of the Bour
ton County Board of Education, Mrs.
Robert Bell was re-elected to the
office of County Attendance Officer.
Mrs. Bell has in the past , term of
office demonstrated her fitness for the
position, her activities having re
sulted in a largely increased attend
ance in the county schools. She has
been faithful, vigilant and patient
in the performance of her duties, at
no time the most pleasant kind, and
her re-election is a deserved recogni
tion of her capability and a well
merited compliment.
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THE WRONG PARTY
A few days ago Paris papers, as
"well as the correspondents of daily
papers published an item to the effect
that an automobile belonging to Mrs.
Thompson H. Tarr collided with the
milk delivery wagon of Mrs. Eliza
heth Dundon.
THE NEWS is informed by Mr. M.
J. Sweeney, driver of the Tarr ma
chine, that the item is incorrect in
one particular. He was passing the
place at the time and noted the ma
chine, which bore the license num
ter 47742, and which it was after
ward ascertained belonged to Flem
ing county parties. Mr. Sweeney is
a very careful and cautious driver
and regrets the unwelcome publicity.
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ESHING CLUB FOR PARIS IS UN
DER WAY.
Organization of a fishing club, mod
eled along lines of similar organiza
tions throughout the State, for the
residents of Paris and the county,
lias been effected here as the result of
labors of LafaVette Ardery and
others, who have had the matter in
hand for several, days. The concern
is being organized by the sale of
stock, the full allotment of one hun
dred shares at $100 each, halving
teen about closed. Louis Rogers,
whose farm is about two and one
fcalf miles from Paris, on the Lex
ington road, has donatedthe use of
six acres of ground for establishment
t fishing grounds.
The company will be organized
this week, when the- construction of
an artificial lake and club house on
the property will begin. Several
never-falHno- einorc ir the immedi-
ate neighborhood of the tract of land
"ill. it is thought, make the estab
lishment of the lake as easy matter.
The organization is separate and
distinct from he recentlyorganized
Bourbon County Fih and Game uiud.
ut will, of course, stand, for the
s&me principle tkt ui that or
ganization, the dTioiwit a4con
serration of tfc pte . ?"
terests of the 'ugte 199
aen who rMtUfMMFat port.
to Mrs. Chandler's sister, Mrs. Ben
F. Knox, near Washington, D. C.
Miss Ruby Jane Houston will re
turn to-day from Cincinnati, -where
she has been a student at Miss
Doherty's School for Young- Women.
JVliss Myra Flanders and W. A.
Flanders have returned to their home
in Lexington, after a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Flanders,' near Paris.
Miss Bess Purnell, of the Paris
High School faculty, has gone to
Washington, D. C, to spend her sum
mer vacation with friends and rela
tives. i Mrs. Nettie Hibler, who has been,
seriously ill of Brights' disease at her
home on Eighth sweet for sometime,
was reported yesterday as being im
proved. Tvneo Mnhni Tprrmlin. of Paris, is
a guest of Miss Lucy Hunter, at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Hunter, on college street, m
Winchester.
County Judge George Batterton,
who has been confined to his home
on Cypress street for some time with
a case of mumps, is reported as being
greatly improved.
Forrest Wikoff, son of Auc
tioneer Wikoff, who recently under
went an operation at the Massie Me
morial Hospitairfor appendicitis, is
reported as doing nicely.
Misses Juliet Turner, Mary Fith
ian Hutchcraft and Helen Hutch
craft of Paris, attended- the com
mencement exercises of Hamilton Col
lege, in Lexington, this week.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson, of Paris,
who spent the winter in Los Angeles
and Hollywood, Cali., is now the
guest of her relatives, Hon. Edgar
Howard Farrar and family, in Biloxi,
Mississippi. , ...
Mrs. B. S. Scott and three chil
dren, of Monaville, WeslSTVa., who
have been visiting Mrs. Scott's 'Sis
ter, Mrs. Perry Shy, in Winchester,
are visiting relatives in Paris this
week
Mrs. 'Louis Rogers, of near Paris,
was stricken suddenly Tuesday with
an attack of appendicitis, and was
-,ir0 n tTifi Good Saaritan Hos
pital, in Lexington, where an opera
tion was deemed necessary.
Mrs. Robert L. Frank and
daughter, Miss Hallie Frank, are vis
iting Mrs. Frank's brother, Irvine
Keller, and Mrs. Keller, in Mont
clair, New Jersey. They will be gone
Until about September 1.
Flemingsburg Times - Democrat.
"Charles Tally and family motored
to Paris to spend the week-end with
the family of Mrs. Talley's sister.
Col. James P. Harbeson has gone to
Bourbon county to visit his brother,
Capt. Robert A. Harbeson.
Edwin Thomas, who recently
graduated at Centre College, in Dan
ville, has returned to his farm in
Alabama, alter speiiuius "w'
in this city with his father, Claude
M Thomas, and his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. - Thomas, on
Houston avenue. .
--Mrs. Watts Peters, who is mak
ing her home with her daughter,
M?s Harry O. James, has returned
days' visit with relatives in Owmgs
ville She was accompanied home
by her granddaughter, Miss Gladys
Young, whi will visrt Mr. and Mrs.
"iss Nellie yg
Paris, received a telegr am from Day
ton, Ohio, informing her of the sen
ous illness from pneumonia of her
great nephew, Thornton ru;, -
Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. KU.
Ellis was formerly Miss uui,y x
ton, of Paris. .,, Tn'p
Lexingtqn Leader: "Miss Joe
Carter entertained with a supper
party at Shakertown Inn, in honor
of Miss Wilhelmina Comstock, of
Ontario Canada, the guest of Miss
?SnS Smith The guests were Miss
Martha McClure, Messrs. Fred Hous-?6n-Shaw,
Headley Souhse Mr Pow
ell and Mr. Powell and Mr. Daonej
B1MW Margaret Ray daughtei m
rnrsev Ray, formerly of Pans, was
? caUer at THE NEWS office yester
Lmorning. . Wgt 2S ?
to her liome m uo fiirm In
visit to friends and - "ffl
Paris and Bourbon county. Mtee
retort her,.iarente a JL.
thus preventing bacteria from get
ting a foothold. A cigar performs
the same function to a less degree."
We do not expect the dentists :o
make much impression on the class
that is "out to get the tobacco
traffic;" how do dentists who have
made a scientific study to the teeth
know, compared with intuitive
knowledge of the Peases and the
Lucy Page Gastons, who know
everything? But people of sanity and
common sense will . understand and
act accordingly.
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Exceptional ValuesJWe are Offering that it is Difficult
to Mention Them.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS, f
FOR MAYOR , g
We are authorized to announce
CAPT. F. E. NELSON as a candidate
for the Democratic nomination for
Mayor of Paris, Ky., subject to the
action of the Democratic voters in
the primary election, August 6,
3921.
Base Ball
SUNDAY
Paris Ruggles
VS.
Winchester
West Second Street
Park
' Caparoni will pitch for Paris.
Good game is assured.
Owing to expense of hiring
pitchers we will have to charge
ladies 25 cents.
When you take
that vacation
White Flannel
Trousers are
almost a necessity.
They are equally
important for
Tennis and many
another Summer
occasion to
complete your
Summer Wardrobe.
$10 gets a
wonderful pair
, of White Flannels.
White Shirts
$2, $3, $4
and $5.
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To Give" You a General Idea We'll
List a Few Anyway
Medium Weight Suits
For Men and Young Men Suits that can be
worn the year around at greatly reduced
prices "
$12.50, $15. $18, $20. $22.50
tight Weights Suits
of Mohair, Palm Beach and Tropical
Worsteds
$10.00, $12.50,$15.00 fo $27.50
Panama, Leghorn, Milan,
Madagascar
Straw Hats
$2.85, $3.50; $4.00 and $5.00
Als6 Shoes. Oxfords. Underwear. Paiamas. Evervthinfir most reasonablv
I priced. If you are contemplating taking a vacation it', will be worth your while
to get our prices on Suit Cases, trunks and Hand Dags.
LEWIS WOLLSTEIN
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Automatic Refrigerators!
We have just received this great refrigerator and
are now ready to deliver them. Come in and get
yours at once,
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TOMER! r This is the greatest food preserver 4nd ice saver made
and is the only refrigerator made with the water bottle on
the front of the refrigerator. Come in and let us explain
to you this wonderful refrigerator.
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