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' Miises Hattie "Wood andChris
tine Patterson were visitors in Lex
ington, Wednesday.
- Miss Mary Frances Letton is
, risiting her cousin, Miss Lucy Jean
" 'Amderson, of Paris. v
. v J. B. Cray and daughter, Mrs.
t Clarke Leer, and children, are in Cin
,' cinnati for a few days, i
Miss Katherine Judy is a guest
of her" aunts, Mrs. K. R. and A. M.
Taught, in Indianapolis.
Mrs. Mary S. Boston has been
reappointed teacher of the Mcllvaine
f School for the coming term.
, ' " Dr. and Mrs. McKinney have re-
turned to Carlisle after, a visit to
'friends and relatives in. this .place.
' Aboutjfifteen members of the
Twentieth Century Club attended the
'A v Boone. Day celebration atv Frankfort,
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On account of absence from the
city, Rev. Smylie, pastor of the
Paris Presbyterian church, the Sun
day afternoon service scheduled for,aged si3Cty-two, died at his home
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the Hopewell church, will not be
held. ' ,
Rev. Arthur J. Fox, pastor of the
Paris Baptist church, who has just
closed a successful revival at Lex
ington, filled the pulpit at the Car
lisle Baptist church last night at
7:30 o'clock, in the absence of the
regular pastor. Rev. JTox preached a
powerful sermon to a large audi
ence. ,
Records for continuous service
in the pulpit in the Presbyterian
church and possibly in America were
shattered by Dr. William C. Condit,
pastor of the First Presbyterian
church at Ashland since the third
Sunday in June, 1866, who retired
to be pastor emeritus of the church
which e has served fifty-five years.
At the Methodist church Sunday,
Rev. O. B. Crockett, of Winchester,
ivill nnminv thp milnit at hnth fier-
dren have returned to their Home . 1Q 45 - d 7:3() m
Va.. after a visit' ',, ,..,.. ,. ocf,
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Following an illness of several
days duration due to a comDlination I-,
i of diseases, Joseph A. Fightmaster,
on
Tuesdav.
, lwm. Vimont, of Maysville, is
visiting his mother and sister, Mrs.
Martha Vimont and Miss Florence
Vimont.
Mrs. Vallandingham and cnil-
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in Barboursville,
to G. S. Allen.
Mrs. Mack Jones is at the bed
side of her mother, Mrs. C. C. Koken
dorfer, at the Good Samaritan Hos
pital, in Lexington.
Miss Katherine Vaught and
brother, have returned from a few
days' visit with ther grandmother,
Mrs. Wm. Payne, in Cynthiana.
Dr. H. C. Burroughs and Miss
Fannie Burroughs' have gone to
Springfield, Mass., for an extended
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Spencer.
Prof. J. W. Lancaster, of Mil-
lersburg Highv School, presented di
plomas to 137 graduates of Bourbon
.County High School, Tuesday morn-
rncr.
Word was received by Mrs.
Qwen Ingels of the severe illness of
ex sister, Mrs. Louis Rogers, who
was taken to Lexington hospital for
an operation.
Prof. J. W. Lancaster, Miss Nan-
'nie Clarke, Misses Edith and Mar
garet Wood, and Mrs. Mary S. Bos
ton are attending the Bourbon Coun
ty Summer School for teachers, in
session at Paris.
On and after this date Mrs. Jas.
prv wilL-have charge of the cor-
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Kentucky avenue, Monday nteht.
about eight o'clock.
Mr. Fightmaster was a son of
Richard and Laura Young Fight
iaster. He is survived by three sis
te"rs, Mrs. Menifee, of Ruddles Mills;
Mrs. J. C. Hayes, and Mrs. Allie
Lizer, of Paris, and two brothers, H.
C. and J Ty. Fightmaster, both of
Millersburg. Mr. Fightmaster wais
a member of Rathbone Lodge,
Knights. of Pythias, of Paris.
The funeral was held at eleven
o'clock. Wednesday morning) with
services conducted at the grave by
Rev. J. T. Sharrard, of Paris. The
committal service was under the au
spices of Rathbone Lodge, K. of P.
The pall-bearers -were Finnell
W. Galloway,' J. O. Burnette, Louis
Wollstein, John K. Cahal, E. B. Jan
uaiy and Perry J. McCord.
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Rev. Mr. Crockett is a former pastor j
01 tms congregation, ami win ue wel
comed by many friends, who still re
member him. The Sunday school will
meet "at 9:30 a m., and the Ep
worth League at 6:45 p. m. A
most hearty invitation is extended to
every one to attend all services.
The Elementary Sunday School
workers of the Methodist church will
be all-da guests VTbursday, June 16,
of Rev. J. E. Moss and his congrega
tion, in Lexington. Mrs. G. E. Cam
eron, Conference Elementary Super
intendent, will preside, assisted by
Mrs. Henry A. Power, of Paris, the
Council President. Rev. C. H. Greer,
of Paris, president of the Conference
Board, and Dennis V. Snapp, of
Paris, Field Secretary, will also at
tend. At the recent meeting' of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the
Baptist church, the following officers
were elected f&r the year: President,
Mrs. Walter' Clark; first vice-president,
Mrs. Wm. 0. Hinton; second
vice-president, Mrs. Jos. James; sec
letary, Mrs. Ossian Edwards; treas
urer, Mrs. Wm. W. Hinton. The
mornine: was scent in sewing for one
of the young women of the church,
IN MEMOEIAM
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Tesponaence aim uuaiuCBO """",wllo isin tne hospital. An noon
luncheon was served. The aftermoon
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fn YiP. -Millersbnrs: department. All 1
friends and the business public gen
erally are asked to assist Mrs. Cray
in the matter of getting live news
v items for this column.
Mr. and Mrs. DrE. Clarke, Mrs.
L. V. Layson, Mrs. O. Rankin, Mrs.
3. Grimes, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lay
son, Mr. and Mrs. Layson Tarr, and
Mrs. A. Tarr attended the funeral
and burial of Garrett Weathers, at
Lexington, Tuesday. Mrs. Weathers
was formerly Miss Laura Layson,
who resided here for many years.
The Wide-Awake Junior Agri
cultural Club will observe Monday,
June 3,3, as a picnic of project visi
tation day. The Club, will first meet
at 8:30 a. m., in the County High
School library, "for a short business
session. . At nine o'clock the mem
l bers of 'the Club and, their friends
will start on the trip visiting the
various projects. Competent in
structors will accompany the. party.
All who have conveyances are asked
to indicate how many extra seats
they will have for those who will
' have no means of making the rounds
with the party otherwise.
- Members of the 1895 graduating
class ofthe Millersburg College were
recent guests of Mrs. John Grimes,
who entertained in their honor at
her home near Millersburg. Tie
guests present were Mrs. Mary S. Bos
ton, Mrs. Charles Jones, Mrs. A. C.
Strode, Mrs. Bert McClintock, Mrs.
O. Rankin, Mrs. E. Hurst and Mrs.
McKinney. A unique feature of the
program was given by- the class mem
bers, miniature diplomas tied with
white ribbon and pink clover blos
soms being presented by the hostess.
Refreshments of ice cream, individual
CAkefi and strawberries were served.
The cakes, yellow, 'with white icing,
bore the dates of 1895."
When the spirit of Mrs. Mary To
bin, aged resident of Paris, left its
frail earthly tenement a few days
ago, there departed to the Better
Land all that was immortal of a good
woman, one whose life had been spent
in good works and in the care and
raising of a family to whom she had
given the best years of her long and
useful life."
Mis. Tobin was a native of Dublin,
'Ireland, and though transplanted at
nn early age to the New World, she
never forgot the old country and its
associations, friendships and trials as
well. She was married to John To
bin, who for many years successfully
conducted a florist and nursery busi
ness on the Winchester road, near
Paris, and to them was born four
children, -all residing in Paris and
Bourbon county.
She was a faithful member of the
Catholic church, not only' faithful to
that church, but just as faithful in
believing that it was her duty as a
Christian to do the will of her Master
at all times. She was always ready
to lend a helping hand in time of
need, both in acts of kindness ana
in words. Her retiring nature Art
her to hide her best qualities from
public gazi but they were revealed
to those who enjoyed her friendship,
yet it was in her home that her true
worth was manifested most. -She was
devoted to her children, who, in re
turn gave ser the kindest attention
and love. During her last illness she
was tenderly cared for her daugh
ters, Misses Mary and Rosa Tobin,
who ministered to her every want,
and never left her alone for a mo
ment, during the long days and
nights. No invalid ever received
kinder or more devoted attention
than these daughters gave their
mother.
The wealth of floral offering' at
the grave attested the high esteem
in which this good woman was held,
and the life that closed leftjbehind
as a benediction a wealth of remem
brances of good deeds done without
thought of reward or of approbation.
So jt is ever, when a life has been
worthily lived.
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A CARD OF THANKS
was devoted to business matters
The revival meeting which has
been in progress at the Paris Chris
tian chuich for three weeks, con
ducted by Rev. Jesse R. Kellums and
Singing Evangelist Richards, closed
Wednesday night witn a total 01
205 addded to the congregation. The
closing meeting was attended by the
largest crowd of the series, hundreds
being unable to gain admission to
the auditorium. Rev. Kellums and
Mr. Richards opened a revival at
Georgetown last night. The meet
ing at the Paris church will go oe
record for large attendance and the
intense interest manifested. Prob
ably no evangelist in years has so
captivated his audiences as did Rev.
Kellums, and his visit here will be
long remembered by Paris people.
The month of May has been one
of concerted effort and gratifying
results in the Presbyterian church.
At one of the recent services Mr.
Smylie gave a talk on what the
French call "esprit de corps," but
what in plain English is known as
"team" work," and urged his people
to get behind every move tne -" We take this method of thanking
makes and to give it t-ne oeneui ji,-.. friends and kind neigh-
their support. Only so . can tne borg for their kindly offices and their
work go forward as it should. SVmnathetic helD in the last houis
In May the attendance broite tne dear mother Mrs Mary
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Tobin. Especially do we desire to
extend our heartfelt thanks to Rev.
Father William O'Hare, Undertaker
George R. Davis and Dr. A. H.
Keller, and the many friends whoso
beautiful floral offerings cbvered our
mother's grave. We cannot see each
one in person, but through THE
NEWS we desire to assure them of
kmdlv remembrances and sin-
Evening
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TODAY FRIDAY-
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Mar glierite Marsh 'The Phantom Honeymoon'
1 Also Chas. Hutchison, in "The Double Adventure"
and Eddie Boland in "The Love Lesson"
The Alamo and Paris Grand
SATURDAY, JUNE 11th
BILLIE BURKE
in "THE FRISKY MRS. JOHNSON
A charming picture story of the Gay Carnival Season in Paris. The Ritz, rendezvous
of fashion; agog witti the gossip of the Boulevards. A Paramount-Artcaft Picture.
Also Capitol Comedy, "Get Up, Napoleon"
MONDAY, JUNE 13th
Robertson-Cole Announces the Triumphant Return off the
Petite Whimsical Star
MAE MARSH "The Little Traid Lady"
A screen drama breathing of love and adventure of the unusual type. A story of
dramatic force and appealing pathos intertwined with gripping mystery and whimsical
humor. , '
Also' Century Comedy, "Stuffed Lions' and Pathe Review
Admission Adults 27c plusc war tax, 30c; Children and Gallery 18c plus 2c war tax, 2tc
WHAT COKSTHnJTES "AN TJNDE-! munity and will not strive to reform, t
SIRABLE CITIZEN."
What constitutes " an undesirable
citizen? There may be several
answers to the question, but here is
ouis. It is a person who maliciously
and continuously violates the laws of
the community in which, he lives, and
disturbs the peace and happiness of
his neighbois and the citizens of the
community; a person whose conduct
is demoralizing to his or her family
and the good citizenship of the com-
A person may be a law violator and
yet not by an undesirable citizen.
This is a free country, but this does
not permit or give a person license
to demoralize the whole community.
If the mother has a good husband
and the little" babe a erood father:
there is happiness in the home, and'of the Bluegrass and contains more
a promise of God of a happy home inlbutter fat thanrany sold in town,
the Great Beyond. BuKif the hus-lt is simply delicious take some
band is a hoodlum, a rake, a spend-(home. Dixie cones are the best on
thrift, and born of the- brute crea- J the market, 5 cents each,
tion, there is only misery, tears and' (31-4t) GRANT OWSLEY.
sorrow, not only for the mother, but
the little tiabe as -well.
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BEST ICE ' CfeELAM IN TOWN
TAKE SOME HOME
- We are selling Jhe famous Dixie
Ice Cream. It is made in the heart
COUNTY H0AD DRAINAGE
ronnr rf siiv previous aaie bave
the day of dedication. On the bun-
day wnen tne regular qutiucV w
munion was held twenty-seen
united with the church by letter and
profession. Many received the ordi
nance of baptism. The congregation
feels that it can never repay their
earnest consecrated young leader for
the splendid work he is doing among
them, but m an effort to show their
appreciation asked, the deacons to
send him a .check for $500.00, as he
leaves for a month's vacation. From
June 10th to 17th he will be in
Danville at the first meeting the
Synod of Kentucky has ever nau iui
v Oatesby Spears, Sam Clay, Sara
' Houston and John T. Collins, Bour-
bon okmty Road Commissioners,
have issued an appeal to landown
""' rs in Bourbon county to give their
1 co-operation in the matter of drain-
age of the county roads
It is alleged that fb more dam
age is done through improper drain
age than by travel, and for that rea
son every effort is 'being made' by
the Road Commissioners to ditch and
thoroughly drain every, road in the
county. Farmers are asked to place
culverts at their gates or entrances
to. their farms, so that the water will
not Be forced onto the roads. A. rep
resentative of the Road Commission
is going to call in the near future
on every farmer whose land fronts
f on a public highway, and to ex-
- plain the necessity and importance
of draining their places. The Road
f ' Commission " requests a respectful
learing from the farmers and a
- prompt and willing compliance with
" . " the request.
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' 1EM0VABLE EYELASHES NOW
FOR MILADY!
our
cere thanks for their many acts of
kindness to us.
HER DAUGHTERS.
MATRIMONIAL.
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Iadies' eyejashes have become sals
able .articles. The dressing table In
'- milady's boudior may now be adorned,-
in addition to numersous other
things that admirers assume to be
i natural, with artificial lashes that
IMte on right over the regular ones.
' Tkis innovation in feminine at-
, tractiveness was on display in New
York at the American Ladies' Hair
Drewimg Association exhibition.
Other nature savers included a
aalf-bobbed wig to cover old-fash-
'ione4 long hair, thus relieving the
Bottity of cutting it. A parable in
mogriag picture form was shown,
demonstrating how a wife, who had
lost her kuabaai's affection, regained
'it 'ky rejuvenating her - ,roee petal
ia vmm? neonle and on July 1st he
leaves for West Virginia, for a rest
of four weeks.
"The Lord watch between we and
thee when we aie absent one from
another."
PRESBYTERAN CHURCH
Rev. T. S. Smylie will be absent
for a ,week attending the first ses
sion of the KentucKy x oung cic
Conference for the Presbyterian
church, which meets in Danville, in
the buildings of K. C. W., June 10
16. Mr. Smylie is Chairman of the
Board of Managers for the Confer
ence. The regular morning and even
ing services will be held at this
church. Dr. J. W. Caldwell, pastor
of the Westminister Church, Atlanta,
Ga. one of the leaders at the confer
ence at Danville, will preach at botn
the morning "and evening services.
A cordial invitation is given to the
public to attend the services of this
church. Preaching at 10:55 and
7-so n. m.. Sunday School 9:30 a. m.,
InWctinn "Endeavor at 6:45 p. m.
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Christian unurco, oicuua ""r..
day: Bible School, y:su a. m.,
Morning Worship, ,10:45 fa. , m.; Mis
sion Band, 2:30pm.; Male Choru3,
2:30 P. m Christian Endeavor,
6-30 n. m.: Evening Worship,7:30
m. Tuesaay. wvnia," M-,.wrf,
p.
Prayer
o.aa r m Wednesday.
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.Meeting, 7:30 p. m. if may: tauu
Practice, 7:30 p. m.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Mission Band of the Christian
church will be held Sundays after
noon in the church parlor at 2.o0
o'clock. This is the last meeting of
the year, and memhers are asked: to
bring alback dues. The picnic will
be given later, when Bobby Hapgood
comes. "
In Lenin's claim of ultimate worl
j :ntn hP Savs nothing: about
conquering Ireland. Syracuse Her-
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A marriage license was issued
from the office of County Clerk Pearce
Paton to Charles Edwards, aged fifty
nine, and Mrs. Ruth Edwards, forty
three, both of Bourbon county.
Both had been married previously,
but divorced.
SPECIAL OFFERINGS
Summer Footwear in All the New Styles at
Prices Lowest in Years
PARIS LAWRENCE
Millard Lawrence, 25, of Carlisle,
and Miss Laura Paris, 19, of Lex
ington, came to Paris, Wednesday,
and were married at the home of the
officiating minister, Rev. C. H. Greer,
pastor of the Paris Methodist church.
They returned to Carlisle Wednes
day night, where they will reside. -
LEACH LETTON
A marriage license was issued
Tuesday from the office of County
Clerk-P-earce Paton to Thomas Let
ton, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rube
Letton, and Miss Mary Leach, 22,
hoth of Bourbon county. The young
people shortly afterward went to
the residence of Jtev. W. E. Ellis,
pastor of the Paris Christian church,
where they were united in marriage.
They will for the present "make their
home with the groom's parents, on
the Jackstown road, near Paris.
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BIRTHS.
At Centerville, Tuesday, to the
.wife of Arthur McLain, a son-
.christened Stanley Thappeus.
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next week the most wanted summer styles
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that will save you one-third of your shoe
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See These Wonderful Values on Sale
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Men's Brogue Oxfords in Tan Russia alf.
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Men's, Boys' and Youths' Elk ScoutJ Shoei,
$3.00 values. On sale at
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Children's Play Oxfords, in tan leather, lace
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Children's Gun Metal Strap Slippers, sizes
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