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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY
TUESDAY, JULY, 11, HI.
MILLERSBURG
if
Istamting News Items From Bour
j. on County's College Town
' Miss Sue Bascom is visiting
relatives in Owingsville.
Mrs. Nannie Linville, of Coving
ton, is visiting friends here.
Mrs. Jas. Hutsell visited rela
ttres In Mt. Sterling the past week.
Mr. H. C. Lee, of Brooksville,
visited Miss Margaret Wood this
week.
Capt. J. B. Poole made a busi
wmk trip to Cincinnati the oast
week.
Miss Julia Howe, of Covington,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Eliza
beth Miller.
Mr. Bedford Pogue, of, Chicago,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Pogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Allen and
daughter, Elizabeth, are visiting
relatives in Mt. Sterling.
Mrs. W. B. Payne and daughter,
Bess, of Cynthiana, visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Judy, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Thomason
visited their daughter, Mrs. Bert
McClintock, in Paris, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brown, of
FITFORM
Summer Time
Is Here
We have clothes for the
occasion. -Not alone are
they cool, but fit and
are attractive.
Palm Beach Suits
$12.50 to $15.00
Gabardine Suits
$25 $30 $32.50 $35
Mohair Suits
$15.00$ to 25.00
Straw Hats
$2.00 $5.00
Collar Attached
Shirts
$1.00 $5.00
Price & Co.
Clothiers
Cynthiana, visited the latter'i
mother, Mrs. H. P. Patterson, Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank JHenry, of
Carlisle, spent Sunday with the lat
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Kerr.
Misses Carolyn, Alice and Sarah
Miller Best are visiting their un
cle, Dr. I. D. Best, and family, in
Lexington.
Mrs. J. T. Jefferson and Mrs.
Atta Young visited Mrs. Mahala Be-
craft, Thursday, who is critically
ill at her home in Carlisle.
Misses Charlotte and Margaret,
Redmon entertained a number of
their little friends with a lawn
party on Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Elizabeth Pruitt who is
taking a business course at the Fu-
gazzi School in Lexington, spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. E. Pruitt.
The Stanford Interior-Journal
says: "Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Wel
burn, of Millersburg, were recent
callers at this office. They were on
their way to Bradfordsville to see
their daughter, Mrs. Clyde Wlison,
and grandson, Meredith Weather
ford Wilson."
Mr. Fritts Tune, proprietor of
dicott will open a complete line of
dicott will open a conmplete line of
dry goods, ladies' read to-wear,
shoes, etc., in the store room now
occupier by M. E. Pruitt. They ex
pect to be ready for business by Sep
tember 1st.
Mrs. Fannie Norton, who for
years has been an invalid, and con
fined to her home, died Saturday
night at ten o'clock. She was 84
years of age. "Aunt Fannie," at
everyone called her, was a life-long
member of the Christian church,
and was faithful and devout in her
attendance, until affliction overtook
her. The funeral was held at her
home Monday morning at ten
o'clock by her pastor, Dr. G. W.
Nutter. The following were pall
bearers, O. M. Johnson, James Bur
roughs, Ed. Ingels, Frank Vimont,
G. S. Allen, J. B. Cray.
MILLERSBURG PROPERTY AT
PUBLIC AUCTION
Al2M0
1AND1
2:00 to 5:30
PRICES ADULTS 30c, CHILDREN 10c9 War Tax Inc.
I (OPERA HOUSEl I , 1
7:00 to 1 0:30
GALLERY-ADULTS 20c, CHILDREN 10c, War Tax Inc.
TUESDAY
Realart Production
TUESDAY
Slr'acdey -n "DAWN OF THE EAST"
A white refugee caught in the fascinating web of Chinese intrigue. Amid' all the color and mystery and splendor of Oriental ..
ire to stir one's blood to appeal to one's love of the beautiful S
Love, adventure and intrigue in the land of the Plum Blossom A picture
unusual, from the Monsoon ' swept channels of the Yellow Sea. drifts this romance of two hemispheres
Also Mutt and Jeff Comedy, and "Don't Tickle," Cristie Comedy
Wednesday
Free Day Two on One Admission
Wednesday
?.3oRD i" "HEART O' THE HILLS"
This is the story of a little mountain girl. True to her principle, but ready to fight with fist or gun for clan
Surely you will want to see this picture. "Written by Paris' own famous author, John Fox, Jr.
or against oppression.
Also Pathe Weekly No. 46 and "One Best Bet," Educational Comedy
THURSDAY Jesse L. Lasky Presents a George Melford Production THURSDAY
"MORAN OF THE LADY LETTY" WMkSSSSS0o""i
The' tale of a girl who sailed the seas like a man, and taught a pampered son of fortune how to fight for love and lifp Tii-
ful picture will be a treat. Just think, two big stars, and shining right here in Paris. wonder-
cs
Go-Get-' Em Hutch" Serial, No, 1 O, and "Day of Old," Snub Pollard Comedy
Read the display ad in this issue
of THE NEWS for detailed descrip
tion of the C. M. Best property, in
Millersburg," which will be offered
at public auction on Tuesday, July
25, at 2:30 p. m. This will be a
bargain for the purchaser.
(,1-14)
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RELIGIOUS
A Besume of Events In Religious
Circles For Iresent and
Future
The Woman's Society of the Chris
tian church will have an all-day
sewing to-day in the church parlors.
Luncheon will be served and the
business session will be held in the
afternoon.
The tent meeting being con
ducted at Sideview by Rev. Sosby
continues with unabated interest.
The attendance continues large and
the interest grows with each meet
ing. The song service is a feature
of the meeting.
Rev. John Jay Rice, former pas
tor of the Paris Presbyterian
church, at present in charge of the
congregation of the Jonesboro, Ark.,
church, has accepted a call to the
pastorate of the First Presbyterian
church at Danville. Rev. Rice will
assume his new pastorate on Sep
tember 1. The vacancy at Danville
was made recently through the re
tirement of Rev. Dr. E. W.
Green, who was pastor there
for over forty years. Rev.
Rice has held pastorates at Paris,
Nicholasville and Harrodsburg.
DEATHS
Life Is But A Brief Span, A Debt
That All Must Pay
GIBSON
A message was received here by
relatives yesterday announcing the
death in Venita, Oklahoma, of Wm.
L. Gibson, aged about seventy-two, a
former resident of Bourbon county.
The message gave no further partic
ulars. Mr. Gibson during his residence
in Bourbon, was engaged in farming
near Little Rock. He moved West
many years ago, and located near
Venita, where he had since resided.
Mr. Gibson is survived by his widow
and several children, and by the fol
lowing brothers and sisters, residing
in this county: Deputy Sheriff Jas.
Gibson, Jos. P. Gibson, Mrs. D. L.
Robbins and Mrs. Thos. Taul.
(Peoples-Deposit Bank, of Paris. He corn and wheat, is earlier than for
served through the war in the in- several years, is growing rapidly,
f antry, and for a long time was ' and some of the earliest setting has
stationed in the service at Vladivos- j begun to "button out." The late
tock, Siberia. After the war he en- setting has improved since the rains
Itered the air service, and is said to but the stand is not very good on
ue one ui uie xiiosu pupinar oincers account of the drouth.
in that branch of the army. v I nofe 000 T,. - '. , .. . ,.
J t Oats ares hort of straw and light
on neaas on account of the dry
weather. Most of this crop has been
harvested. Some early potatoes
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GALLOWAY
Paris relatives and friends were
surprised to learn of the marriage of
Capt. F. Emerson Galloway, form
erly of Paris, which took place sev
eral days ago in Memphis, Tenn., his
bride being Miss Ruth Suggs, of
Huntsville, Alabama. The wedding
was solemnized in the apartments
of the bride's parents, in the Hotel
Gayoso, in Memphis, Rev. A. U.
Boone, pastor of the First Baptist
church of Memphis, officiating.
Following the ceremony Capt. and
Mrs. Galloway, with Mr. and Mrs.
Sugg, left for a short visit to Hunts-
MATRIMONIAL
were benefitted by the rains, but in
general the moisture came too late
The crop is light in the county.
There are nearly twice as many
taxicab drivers in New York City as
there are taxicabs.
There are more hired automobile
operators in New York City than
there are private owners.
A Record of Dan Cupid's Doings As !
The Days Go By
RUMSEY JESSE i
Miss May Rumsey and Mr. Wm.
Wright Jessee, both giving Lexing
ton as their place of residence, se
cured a mairiage license from the
office of County Clerk Peafce Paton,
Saturday. They were married
shorrtly after by County Judge Geo.
Batterton, in his private office in
the court house. The bride is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Rumsey, and the groom is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jessee, all of
Fayette county. After the cere
mmony, Mr. and Mrs. Jessee return
ed on the interurban to Lexington
where they will reside inthe future.
BOURBON FARM CONDITIONS
As a result of the rains of the
past week crops are growing right
along, and the prospects for corn
and tobacco are especially good.
Practically all sections of the coun
ty have been visited by the rains.
ville and will later go to Ft. Slill, A few more days will see all the
nkin.. whprp the ernnm is stn tinned .wheat threshed and ready for the
in the aviation branch of the U. S.
Army.
While visiting her sister at Co
lumbus, Georgia, the bride and her
future husband had their first meet
ing, Capt. Galloway then being sta
tioned in infantry service at Camp
Benning. . It was a case of love at
first sight, and the courtship pro
gressed until Miss Sugg, who was
one of the society buds of Hunts
ville, became Mrs. Galloway.
Capt. Galloway is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. Grant Galloway, and a
brother of Finnell Galloway, of the
buyers. The crop this season is re
ported as not up to the standard of
former years, and according to the
opinion of well-posted farmers the
yield will not average much more
than ten bushels to the acre.
Most of the corn will probably be
"laid by" in the next few days, and
a great deal of the crop has already
been given its last plowing. The
corn is in excellent condition and
making substantial progress. The
drought has had some effect on the
yield, however.
The tobacco crop, which, like the
REDUCTIONS
ON
FINE HOSIERY
FULL FASHIONED SILKS IN
ALL COLORS THE NEW
EMBROIDERED AND LACE
CLOCKS
$3.48
$2.69
$1.98
for values
to $5.00
for values
to $4.00
for values
to $2.75
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DEPARTMENT STORE
PARIS KENTUCKY
Don't fail to be
here this week.
Sensational shoe
values will be
offered.
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BLAST!
Come and see
for yourself
these amazing
shoe values that
go in this sale !
JSTOW I3ST FXJI
Offering to the shoe-buying public the greatest shoe values in many years. Once again Paris' Greatest Economy Shoe Store offers
you a grand opportunity to buy footwear of merit at unheard-of price-smashing reductions. This is a great shoe sale of tremendous
money-saving possibilities. A perfect landslide of super bargains, such as you haven't seen in recent years in this good town. Tust think
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wnai inis oaie means to you! ah tne newest summer novelties in lootwear
STRAPS
SLIPPERS OXFORDS
Plain and fancy styles in White Canvas, ' Patent Leathers, Tan Leathers, for
every member of the family to go in this startling Sale at sacrifice prices. ;
Paris'
Greatest
Shoe
Store
DAN COHEN
336 Main St.
Kentucky
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