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VOLUME XL 5IG CAMPAIGN FOR MEMBERS COMMERCIAL CLTJB TO START THURSDAY BOURBON GUN CLUB SHOOT. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1920 GROCERY TO BE ESTABLISHED HERE. WiTh . 0? NEW PARKING ORDINANCE CAUSES MANY ARRESTS The .new parking, ordinance passed the recent sale of the gro- at a recent meeting of the Citv cery stock, fixtures and good will of Council, is being rigidly enforced, Paris Commercial the his business by Dan Jordan, to the and nas oeen the cause of bringing to be launched Thursday, of Parakeet Company, there will to grief a number of auto owners thlS week, with a whilrwind drive be established in Paris what and 'drivers. The new measure went widespread interest aroused has has for a long time been under into effect Saturday, when the first ancDg the business and professional groconsideration, a move was made by the police in enme", of the city. cery. The new concern will be un- forcing it. S.ght teams of five men each, in- der the direction of a Board of Dieluding a capiain, wiu conduct tne rectors, composed of George W. of Instructions were issued by Chief Police Link to the police force can p.'ign under the leadership of Wilder, J. C. Nickerson and W. K. arrest every person who parked to an. A iui-urgixwc WHEN YOU TRAVEL Griffin, local officials of the Louis- auto, on Main longer than ng ihe names of business. and pro ville & Nashville. The venture will thirty minutes. streetpatrolmen were The lno-o-jro- - fhni 1Ht1 "Von want fess: "rial men wno are expected to largely by local em- furnished a card bearing be financed the ordi?uppcrt the new organization, are can be had here. Our display will ployes of the Louisville & Nashville. nance in accompanied by prepared ana tne eight teams, convince you. hen The Parrakeet Co. operates a perfprated full andThe tag was mark- a tag. J. W. DAVIS & CO. di :& into two sections of four stores located ed with the time the machine was chain of cacL, will meet before the campaign J. at different points in the State, and found parked and the license numthe prospect open? to distribute is establishing others. The Jordan success. lain We have discovered store will be taken over by the new ber of the car. This was placed in rnrr!. v nn 11. - llfl J the car, and when the patrolman re- is. n in omcers ana aireciors or ine, is iuiK.mB quauuV in Tr. . .. u A .. .. n. fl i. vt nlnn nnriPr wTiiMi ; oa.rt wmrlr concern about the first of next I turned, and the car was still there new orgaiuzaLioii nave ueeii waniiiy y. " montn. At tnat time a manager AT Z crrgiritulared by business men upon without duplication of effort aiid will be seiected to take active over tne- time limit, the hour was noted and the owner or driver notithe general attitude of the public under v. Inch each worker recognizes ,ch of the business. It is thP a fixed responsibility. of an toards the organization equipped to organizations throughout Experienced- lan of lhe new concern to sell fied to appear in Police Court. Saturday afternoon the councommercial club, Patrolman ds at rate that wlll fcnable HppI successfully with the many try employ a simple plan, modeled them to make a living profit and at George W. Judy instituted a vigorproblems that arise after the administration of success the same time serve their . custo- ous 'campaign and took four maful business houses, which is get- - mers with goods at prices that will chines to headquarters and notified this city. d?i!v in "operation provides ling results elsewhere . and will be enable them, also, to combat the fifty others of the ordinance. The plan of he was again especially vigijn"tmpnrs unci ri visions for liandl- - introduced in uie new commercial high cost of living. mrtiu t...w. lant, and served notice on several mc me work of the organization club. "All of the plans in the world, owneis to appear in Court and stand and the community in a businesswithout the consequences of violation of the like way that will insure results. however, will not succeed Whenever AUTOMOBILE STOLEN. traffic regulations. The campaign are brought in close con-ia- support and Meters is to continue as long as the ordiwith the work of the body the business and professional men of this city take off their coats While L. T. Watson and family nance is in effect and some of the thicgh the plan adopted, and of proceeding aimlessly, a and throw themselves into the were enjoying the screen play at the police are determined to see that il work of building up then commu- - Grand Opera House, Saturday night is obeyed. definite program is laid out and On the streets intersecting Main, fixed for the entire nity, casting aside all petty jeal- - someone stole his automobile, a misunderstandings, 1919 model Ford, which is still in between Main and Pleasant, maand ousies wok of the organization. President John T. Collina, in something is bound to give way in "port of missing machines." When chines may be paiked only on the Mr. Watson came out at the south side of the stieet, and bespeaking of the proposed plans of favor of a mighty step forward. has everything to make it elusion of the first presentation of tween Main and High streets, on club, said: the 'Paris has made several attempts ihe most progressive and richest "The Orphan," by William Farnum, the north side. to maintain an efficient commercial city in Kentucky, but it will not and went to where his car had been club and undertake to do the many grow until the citizens determine parked, on Ninth street, it was things needed in this city and com- that they are going to do their part conspicuous by its absence. The thirds of the wine in Italy is munity, but there has been some- towaids making nfgrow and unite police were notified. The car bore a j license tag No. 54242. manufactured in Sicily. thing lacking in our efforts to at- - solidly to achieve success." . The campaign for 150 members m tro-ClubI The regfular "shoot of the Bourbon Gun Club was held Friday af- Iternoon on the club, grounds, thirty- foUr club members and six visitors . , taking part. The F. B. Fallis phy was hotly contested for and was unfinished, eight marksmen trying in the first fifty targets. In the shoot-off- " j of the tie at twenty-fiv- e targets seven remained tied. This tie will be decided on the Club grounas next Friday. j BURGLARS VISIT SIMON STORE SATURDAY NIGHT "BOOTLEGGER" NABBED ' . I " I I j ? J .P - J w M - T4- - I A A i ....... - up-in-rr- te itv Yes-teid- ay cr ao j Effecting an entrance by breaking a window glass in the rear of the store and unlatching a window catch, thieves ransacked the Harrv Simon store Saturday night or early bunaay morning, taking a large quatity of valuable goods. The thieves secured a plank, which they placed against the side of the building, by means of which they asto the window through cended which entrance was gained. No traces were discovered in the rear of the building, and even the vines growing on the ground at that point were undisturbed, showing the visitors took special pains to leave nothing by which they could be traced. When the store was opened for business Monday morning a scene of the utmost dosorder was presented. Boxes were strewn over the floor, valuable stocks were thrown around and every indication given that unwelcome parties had been there. The thieves showed rare discrimination, taking only the most valuable and costly goods. A hasty inventory taken early yesterday morning showed that a large amount of goods had been stolen, among them the following: Seven ladies' skirts, three suits, three dresses, two Jersey blouses, eight Georgette waists, a large lot of silk hose, underwear,. and other goods. Until a full inventory has been made it will not he known just how much had been stolen. The robbery was reported to the police, who are at work oil the case. o Henry Hughes, colored, of Cynthi-an- a, was arrested Saturday night by Patrolman Robt. Lusk on a chares of having liquor in his possession in local option territory nrsanmaMv for purposes of sale. Patrolman Lusk noticed Hughes acting in a suspicious manner. Upon investiga tion fie found a large quantity of contraband wet goods stored in half-pin- ts in various portions of Hushes' clothing. Hughes was placed In the Paris jail to await a hearing in the County Court. o RESIDENCE AND 8 ACRES TO BE v1 t, 4 ,' SOLD AT AUCTION. y , " . Don't fail to attend the sale of Mr. Stanhope Wiedemann's resi- dence and 8 acres of land on Cypress sreet, on Tuesday, July 27. Sale starts at 10:00 a. m. and residence at 11:00 o'clock. Also at the same time a manure spreader, grain drill, farm wagon, buggy, spring wagon, kitchen utensils, glass jars, crockery, white enamel Sanitary Favorite Range Stove, etc., will be sold. This is one of the most desirable homes in Paris and is going to b sold without reserve. For particulars, see HARRIS. SPEAKES & HARRIS, (20-3- t) Agents. s V Medicine Made Right i con-"Par- is " ( T-v- Famous Artistic Dancer Appearing This Week at the Paris Grand Sick people want their medicine' FRAME BUNGALOW made right. AT PUBLIC AUCTION When your doctor gives you SkJ prescription he knows how he wants On Wednesday, July 28, at two o'clock, Harris, Speakes & Harris, it filled. agents, will sell the modern and atHe doesn't want anything "jusfc tractive Breusaw bungalow, located at .Sixteenth and High streets, at. as good" put into it. public auction. The home is He dcesn't want anything left and an excellent buy. out. (20-3- t) o HAIL INSURANCE We fill presciiptions properly. For tobacco hail see insurance If we haven't the we tell you so. right medicine, - McCLURE & DONALDSON, (july2-tf- Agents, First National Bank Bldg. ) TRANSACTIONS We are running a drug store thatis a drug store. Drugs that are the best to be hadf--, in the market. s cor- compounded Prescriptions xectly or not at all. Chas. C. Clarke and Tollie .Young, of near Koilh Mlddl&'town, salcTiasI? . See your doctor, then see us. week to Henry S. Cay wood, repre senting Swift & Co., of Chicago, two hundred head of fat cattle, weighing from 1.400 to 1,500 pounds, at $15.50 per hundred pounds. The entire bunch brought about S45.- 000. The sellers purchased the cat- PEOPLES5 PHARMACY tie ss feeders for twelve cents ' pound. Paris, Kyv Phones 60. - LIVESTOCK . f M ... '!l J, SHEA V E KNOW MW &-- How Ion Tell in Nowadays there are so, many different models for different figures the Whether or Not You Can Be Fitted Until You Try to Be ? jBBiS jjjtt'vsffi &g ' V Chances are Ten to One SKsiSRii SI llp3 H Itlllii ll$ That You Can Be Fitted With One of Our I : V Guess, Who She Is? See Her, You May Know Her The Paris Grand is fortunate in securing for the entertainment of its patrons, this week, the charming little She may be a dancer ? ? ? ? ? Well, as to her name, we will leave the question to you to GUESS, WHO SHE IS? Society Belle ? She may be a noted actress, home for a rest, after closing an engagement with a New York theatrica company? She may be but the question is up to you to GUESS, WHO SHE IS? The management of the Grand, "ever watchful, waiting of the opportunity" to secure the services of such artists as much persuasion, was successful in securing the services of GUESS, WHO SHE IS? for a special limited engage nient. GUESS, WHO SHE IS? is appearing daily at the Paris Grand and before her engagement closes, she will be the GUESS, J WHO SHE talk of Paris, as her artistic dancing will be the admiration of all, both childreh and grown-up- s. IS? possesses unique ability and her artistic dances, especially her toe dancing has received the praise of many prominent critics here and abroad. Aside, from her artistic ability as a dancer, she possesses a charming and pleasing personality and her appaarancs is ths interpretation of the latest artistic dances is one to be greatly enjoyed. The management of Grand has prepared this big surprise, and "treat," but puts the question to you, as to GUESS, WHO SHE IS? See Her, See Her Dance, you may recognize Her, you may know, Her! Remember, whatever you leave undonedon't miss seeing GUESS, WHO SHE IS?J , xr -. Smart Suits Give us a call. It's a pleasure to us to show you. 3 - ' . MITCHELL & BLAKEMORE m I -- . s. OUTFITTERS TO MEN 1 rf- - ;.r ', - J V PAGE TWO THE BOURBON MAY ASK CANTRHL TO DIRECT CAMPAIGN NEWS, PARIS, MAN KENTUCKY TUESDAY JULT 26,1 lf IHE BOURBON NEWS Con- :ablished1881 39 Years of tinuous Publication Per Year. .$2.006 Months. .$1.00 Payable in Advance. Mblished Every Tuesday and Friday IWIFT CHAMP, Editor and Owner. v(Bntered at the Paris, Kentucky, Postoffice as Mail Matter of the Second Class.) Political Wisdom. The conduct of a wise politician is According to expressions heard on Graham Vreeland, publisher of ever suited to the present posture of all sides there seems to be a senti- the Frankfort State Journal, and affairs. Often by foregoing a part he ment among Democrats that Con- owner of the Dearing Publishing saves the whole, and by yielding In gressman J. Campbell Cantrill is the Company, died at Norton Infirmary, a small matter secures a greater. in Louisville, Thursday, of apo- Plutarch. logical person to manage the Dem- plexy. ocratic campaign in Kentucky this Mr. Vreeland, his wife and daughyear, says the Louisville Times. ters, motoied down from Frankfort, ! Many go so far, continues the Wednesday. He had been in poor Times, as to say that Congressman health and came to Louisville for Each forenoon I will be in the Cantrill should be drafted for the treatment. Aside from high blood law offices of Talbott & Whitley, pressure, there was no symptom of purpose. It is pointed out that beParis, and eaoh afternoon in the law sides being very close to Gov. Cox, any serious danger, Iiowevef. and offices of Franklin, Talbott & Chapnone thought of a fatal termination. the Presidential nominee, and havMr. was born in Wash- man, Lexington, Kentucky. ing much to do with his nomination ington Vreelandin 1871. Aftcrleav-in- g (16-3- t) ROBT. C. TALBOTT. county Mr. Cantrill probably has no peer as high school he became a reportDIES SUDDENLY PROMINENT NEWSPAPER PUBLIC SAI OF . I. Furniture, Household . Professional Notice Goods, Etc. Commencing at 1:30 p. m., on Saturday, July 31, 1920, Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of ny person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of 'THE BOURBON NEWS will be gladly corrected if brought to attention of the editor. OUR FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES. an organizer, which was fully demonstrated in 1916, when under his leadership as campaign manager, a majority of over 28,000 was rolled up for President Wilfeon in one of campaigns ever the hardest-fougwaged in the State. The friends of Congressman Cantrill are confident that he can equal or eclipse this performance, and that is why they want him to direct the fight ahead. ht o More than 300 women in Mexico special car over the interurban line earn their living by acting as prowill be chartered for the transpor- fessional tation of the members and their ADVERTISING RATES families. The rate for the round Display Advertisements, ?1.00 per trip will be announced in the later on. tach for fixst time; 50 cents per inch Each member will take with him ! ch subsequent Insertion. d basket and other things Reading Notices, 10 cents per line a an. to och issue; reading notices in black calculated one.help make thebedayrenMusic will enjoyable type, 20 cents per line, each issue. Cards of thanks, calls on candl-"iate- dered by the Girls' Orchestra of the obituaries and resolutions, and Home, and a program of enjoyable BOURBON CIRCUIT COURT This line. 'similar matter, 10 cents per advertise--'Sient- events will be observed. with outthe Buckner Woodford, ing is an annual event Special rates for large local lodge, and always means a As Trustee, Etc., Plaintiff and yearly contracts. The right of publisher is reseived good time for those who attend. Vs. Notice of Sale. to decline any advertisement or other The members of the Pythian Sisters, the K. of P. auxiliary, will also go May Jean Tw ner . . matter for publication. .Defendant Announcements for political offices on the trip and help to make things accompanied by pleasant. The special car will leave lust invariably be Paris about nine o'clock on the ie cash. morning of July 25, and will return Under and by viitue of a judgat a convenient hour in the evening. ment and order of sale rendered at o the June term of the Bourbon CirANNOUNCEMENTS. CAMPAIGN BUSINESS cuit Court, in the above styled action therein pending, the undersignto ed Master Commissioner, on A few businesses are certain FOR SHERIFF. boom this year, no matter what happens to the generality. One is H. ED BEDFORD, candidate for RepubliSheriff of Bourbon County, lespect-full- y the celluloid business; the million cans have ordered fifteen solicits your support and inat the front door of celluloid buttons and out- - of natural house, in Paris, Kentucky, the Court fluence. at about David E. Clark and W. Fred Link, pride the Democrals will have to do the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., will sell business at public auction to the highest and Deputies. as well. The poster-papwill also prosper, with five million best bidder the following described Republican poster? ordered and properties: 1. Lot 29 Convent Heights in large Democratic consignments on FOR JAILER Ed Herrin, of Paris, Ky., is a can- the way. Bunting men are happy the City of Paris, Kentucky, fronting 50 didate for Jailer of Bourbon Coun- at the prospect of millions and mil- street, feet on the east side of West and running back the same ty, subject to the action of the Dem- - lions of American flags and billions in front 3 00 feet to lot ocratic primary. blue width as on the north by lot No. 12. of yards of red, white and bounded 28, cloth which will be used to decorate on the .couth by lot No. 30. Being the same property conveyhalls and platforms in and on which ed to Mrs. Jeanie B. Harmon by TOR TAX COMMISSIONER. the spellbinders will hold sway. The glass and watei pitcher mak- Lillie C. Martin and Frank Martin, "We are authorized to announce husband, by deed of date June ers are also in high spirits, for they her1902, of JAS. H. MORELAND. of Paris Prerecord in the office of the on a large sale of these 4, cinct No. 2, as a candidate for Tax can count Clerk of the Bourbon County commodities- to committees having in Deed Book 84, page 530, to Court, Commissioner of Bourbon County which with VIRGIL "TUCK" Barton, of public meetings in charge. The reference is made. season is pernaps past Millersburg-as Deputy, subject to palm-lea- f fan 2 Lot 26 on Convent Heights in the action of the Democratic voters its height, but the manufacturers the City of Paris, Bourbon County, of Bourbon county. did a wonderful business during the Kentucky, on the East side of West Chicago convention and will show a street, frontine: 50 feet on snii larger profit than usual. There ih street and running back between parallel lines 100 feet to Lot No. 15. TOR TAX COMMISSIONER. a brisk movement in throat lozenBeing the same property conveyges and cough drops and the nerve ed to Mrs. Jeanie B. We are authorized to announce Harmon by to handle Maggie 30HN J. REDMON, of the North sanitariums are planning Connelly Ritchey by deed of of patients who allowed date April 26, 1904, of record in the Middletown precenict, as a candi- a late rush date for Tax Commissioner of Bour-ibo- n themselves to grow too excited or office of the Clerk of the Bourbon countv. with THOMAS TATTTY made large bets on the wrong can- County Court, in Deed Book 88, 'Of Paris, as deputy, subject to the Telephone, telegraph and page 236, and by deed from Jos F. action of the Democratic voters of didates. companies should prosper Ramp's heirs by deed of record in railway TBourbon county. , page by the conveyance of politicians and said office in Deed Book to which reference is made. politicians' messages, and the con3 COMMIS- TAX The following two parcels of 'FOR DEPUTY " SIONER. sumption of large black cigars will land "lying and being on the west greatly increase. Possibly the sea- side of West street, in City of Ben Woodford, Jr., will make the son for the renting of back rooms Paris, Ky., and described the follows: as race for Deputy in connection with in hotels for political deals is nearly Tract No. 1, beginning at a point in "Walter Clark as Tax Commissioner over, but the hotel men must have West street, corner to lot 43, thence in Bourbon County, subject to the made big winnings on such rooms. S 54 feet with the margin of West of .the Democratic party. lot 41; thence It is evident from these few ex- street corner to lot 89 feet to with the line said amples that a Presidential cam- Lylesvilleofline; thence N with the said paign, contrary to tradition, need line 54 feet to lot 43; thence E with DEMOCRATIC TICKET of business depression. the line of said lot 94 feet and 6 not be a time o inches to the beginning. Tract No. For President, NOMINEE A FA- 2, A certain lot of land in the City DEMOCRATIC James M. Cox, of Ohio, of Paris, Kentucky, being lot 41 on VORITE IN KENTUCKY Convent Heights, fronting 56 feet en or Vice President, respect to Governor Cox, Ken- West street and running back the In Franklin D. Roosevelt, New York. to Lylesville, tucky is in almost as favored posi-tio- same widthand 6 inches on a distance of 86 feet the south For United States Senator were a native son. side and 89 as if he feet on the north side, J. C. W. Beckham. is a near and cordial neighbor it being lot No. 27. He Democracy supported Reins- the same property conveyFor Judge of the Court of Appeals, and Kentuckyfrom tbe start, with strong ed to Mrs. Jeanie B. Harmon by him W. Rogers Clay. just enough division to show that John W. Bedford's heirs by deed of the sentiment for him was sponta- date January 28, 1907, of record in neous and natural, not "worked the office of the Clerk of the BourCourt, in PLEASED WITH TICKET up." We will see Ihe force of thib bon County to which Deed Book 89, page "377, reference is November, for in That Kentucky Democrats are in- situation whether Democrat or Re- made. tensely pleased with the ticket and 4 A certain house and lot on "platform and whatever else was publican, have not much taste for Walker avenue in Paris, Kentucky, e done 'Frisco convention is being bossed by outsiders and the and described as follows: putting it mildly, and on every fact that Harding did not get a A certain house and lot in Paris, hand the opinion is expressed that Kentucky vote until it had all been Ky., on . the West side of Walker the party has put its best foot for- fixed up for him, will be sure to avenue, fronting 75 feet on Walkward, in the great campaign to be er avenue, and extending back bewaged for the control of the Fed- tell. tween parallel lines 225 ft. to Wesc o eral Government. Kentucky was street and being the same property J. P. STRONG conveyed to Jeanie B. Harmon by 'with Governor Cox from the start, and all hands agree that he is the Louella Ramp's heirs by deed of recone man who v ill make certain a ord in said office in Deed Book 87, party triumr1 in The State at the Prominent Real Estate Broker of page 281, tc which reference is November polls, and because of this made. feeling the Democrats will enter the Said sale will be made upon credMassachusetts campaign with absolute confidence its of six and twelve .months, the in the outcome, says the Louisville purchaser or purchasers being re'Times. to Boston Aug. 25, sayt: "I have quiredgood execute their two bonds There is also a feeling of pride in with and approved surety for the part Kentucky played in the been in the real estate brokerage equal parts of ihe purchase money I have national convention in the making business for many years. indiges- of each of the above described -- of the platform arid the selection of suffered with loss of sleep, tracts, each due bix and twelve the licket, the State winning a tion and nervousness, but since months from date of sale respectI sleep bet- ively, and bearing interest at the .rotable distinction in both achiev- taking ements. Kentucky is considered ab- ter and eat without fear of distress, rate of six per cent. per ansolutely safe for the Democrats in and can feel a great change in my num from date of sale until paid. system." November. Said sale is made for the purpose o There is nothing in medical sci of a settlement of the estate and a in division among the parties interMrs. Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto, a ence that equals TsTanpc:a n nmnn will civo n rwiiveo the treatment of indigestion, rheu- - ested. and O. T. HINTON, sin writing and speaking the Japa-- I liver ills. nervousness kidneySnapp Sold by Brooks & Master Commissioner B. C. 'C-- p. nese language at Columbia Univer Drug Co., jjnd all reliable druggists. M, F. Kenney, Auctioneer. sity. (july2v3-aug2Stark-Lowmabull-fighter- New York American Press Association. Ghicagd Lord & Thomas. Philadelphia N. W. Ayers & Son. Atlanta Massengale Adv. Agency. n Co. Cincinnati n Co. Louisville Blaine-Thonrpso- KINGHTS OP PYTHIAS OUTING. The members of Rathbone Lodge, No. 12, Knights of Pythias, of this city, are planning for an outing to be given at the Pythian Home, in Lexington, on Sunday, July" 25. A er for the Courier-Journand rose to the position of managing editor. For twenty years he repoited the Legislature for the Courier-Journand was known to politicians from one end of Kentucky to the other. Eight years ago he purchased an interest in the Fiankfort State Journal and since then has been in the publishing and printing business. He had been very successful and amassed a fortune. Mr. Vreeland is survived tJjy his mother, wife and daughters' Anna- belle and Margaret, 10 and 16 years old respectively, and by two brothers, Rev. Walter and Hubert Vreeland. His aged mother is prostrated. The body was taken to Frankfort for interment. al al the following articles will be sold on the premises of M. M. I.: r Table ware; Lot of Canned Goods. Kitchen utensils; Beds, single and double; One large Hotel Refrigerator; Cots, mattresses for same; An automobile tire and rim. Laundry Outfit; Chiffoniers, Washstands; Owner can get same by proving Porch Furniture; property and paying for advertise- Tables; Dining Chairs (bent wood) ; ment. Many other articles too numerous tc mention. GEO. BATTERTON. Found (6-t- f) TERMS CASH. COL. C. M. Between E. F. Spears & Sons' office on Pleasant street and Charlton Clay's, on the Winchester pike yesterday, a seven-jewElgin gold open-fac- e watch, with K. of P. fob attached. Return to this bffice and 13-t- f) receive suitable rewar. el Lost Watc h GEO. D. SPEAKES, Auctioneer. BEST, Millersburg, Ky. s. Give a Thought to Music. Pinnos, Player Pianos, Cabinet Talking Machines, recoids and music rolls at low prices. MahogAlso have slightly-use- d any Upright Piano, taken in exchange, at a bargain. Cash, or convenient terms may be arranged. We also do tuning and repairing. J. B. GEIS, 908 High St. Cumb. Phone 563. Representative J. H. Templeman Piano Company. (22june-tf- ) V? Parii-paper- s well-fille- aster?s Sale jyTyZ En-Ar-Co V -- e, National Motor Oil s -- A clear, clean motor oil for all types of motors, marvelous for its lubricating efficiency and freedom from carbon. Holds its 'body' under heat of service, as its .lubricating efficiency is the greatest. Notice to Stockholders There will be a meeting of the stockholder of the New Independ ent Tobacco Warehouse Company, incorporated, at tne jnrst .National Bank, Jin Paris, Ky., on July 17th, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 3 p. m., for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year. C. C. CLARKE, President. D W. PEED, Manager. (15-t- d) Phone t G. R. BURBERRY 277--J Centerville, Ky. Saturday, July 24, 1920 EKF Hr er AUTO REPAIRING AND HiKAli MAUJllJNUi WUlUi. 128-13- WELDING HIGGINS & RICHARD, W. Eighth St., Paris, Ky. Cumb. Phone 73. (may 3 mo) 0 4-- GEN-- 1 K X j z J. C? 5t? , PUBLIC SALE Of IP e ! sirable City Property The Undersigned Will Sell at Public Sale, on Known as the Mrs. Ed Turner Property n SATURDAY, JULY 24. 1920 at about the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., at the court house door, in Paris, Kentucky, the following described property: FIE ST The property known as No. 825 Walker Avenue, which has thereon a frame, slate and metal .roof house; a modern home of 8 rooms and hall, hath room, electric lights : lot is 75x225 ft. ; has good garden, cistern, cellar; being formerly the home of Mrs. Jean B. Harmon. It is in an excellent location, near to schools, being locat ed on Walker Avenue. ry - Ken-tuckian- s, at-4.h- ' . , SECOND No. 852, on east side of West Street, a cottage, and lot 50x100 feet; is good rent property, now occupied by tenant. THIRD On west side of West Street, a dwelling house, No. 821, of. 5 rooms, on lot 54x89 feet. Property is now rented to tenant. Cis- tern on lot. ) west side of West Street, a dwelling of 5 rooms, on lot 56x86 feet. .Property is now rented to tenant. City water. All three of above cottages can be connected with gas at edge of FOURTH Vp. On lots. - For terms of sale see Master's ad in this paper of Buckner Wood- ford, as trustee, etc., Plaintiff, vs. May Jean Turner, Defendant. 4 Argo-Phcsphat- e, (6) Argo-Phospha- te . O. T. HIINTON Master Commissioner In the Case of Buckner Woodford, Trustee of Mrs. Ed Turner. -- . 0) jA - 3), . . " - t T &-i:- 1' K a F Kn .. ' - yP , """ ; i -- s - -- ',.- S c J TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1920 THE. BOUJtBON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Comings and Goings of Our People Here, There and STOCK, CROP, ETC. NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY LICENSE REGULATJOIT WOOL WAREHOUSES -?- 112 Millions FOB usea last jrear- Kvjifjiiunv to KILL COL DS JULL1 S Elsewhere. CASCARAlQUININE &3&& :rd cold remedy for 20 years .,..,. ,. tablet farm sa' Mrs.- Percy Smith has returned from a visit to Mrs. May Wash, in Cynthiana. Mr. and Mrs TTHrrv "Rarlnw left. Saturday for an extended visit to Detroit, Mich., Buffalo, and Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Clarke and two-weeKs " R. H. Wills, of Paris, purchased lecently on th markets at Carlisle and Winchester, twelve head of horses at good prices. Joe B. Smith, of Paris, bought five horses at Carlisle Court day. The horses were shipped to the Southern markets. have gone to Clark's Lake, in Mich stay. igan, ior a F. D. Bush, Division Passenger Agent of the Louisville & Nashville, 5fi. picture. with headquarters in Cincinnati, ' All Drug' Star was a recent business visitor in Paris. Harmon Turner and sister, Miss Juliet Turner, have returned MORE MEX FOR XALAPA. from Owensboro, Avhere they were of a house party being enAnother consignment of Mexican members by Miss Marion Herr. tertained laborers, sent from an employment Angelo, J. A. Dekle, agency at Laredo, Texas, number- Texas, is in Paris, offor San purpose the ing about sixty-fivarrived here of opening a photographic studio. this week. The men were sent to Mr. Dekle will bring his family here the Xalapa Farm, where they will engage in construction work, being as soon as he secures a location. is of Frank & Co., Lee carried on there by the Mason-Hang- spending Price, week in New York, Ihe Company. with Robt. L. Frank, also a member Construction About eight hundred Mexicans are of the firm, inspecting the fall and now employed in the work under winter styles for their stocks. way on the Xalapa Farm. They are M. Russell and daughter, genuine types of the Mexican peons Mrs. James Wilmoth, and her two Louise or laborers. Many are accompanied children, James and Caro?yn, left by their families. Saturday for Tucumacari, New Mexico, for a visit to Mr. Charles Wilmoth, who is engaged in the oil business there. THE NEWS acknowledges E V of the following, showing how - a former Paris boy is forging .. imT vve Mo the iront in a ousmess way: great pleasure in announcing take FOR PARIS PEOPLE ithe association of Mr. D. C. McNa- mara with our organization as btate Representative for our three plants. The Indiana Veneer & Panel Co., Hoosier Panel Co., New Albany, The Statements of Paris Residents The The Crescent Panel Co., LouInd., isville, Ky." Are Surely More Reliable Than Miss Elizabeth Thompson Fridav evening at the Those of Utter Strangers of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. home Clifton Thompson, on Linaen warn, parin Lexington, with an informal Mary Home testimony is real proof. of her cousin, Miss ty in honor Public statements of Paris peo- Spears, of Paris, who is her guest. ple carry real weight. About forty guests were present. What a friend or neighbor says The home and the spacious lawn compels respect. were brilliantly lighted. Ices, cakes The The word of one whose home is and bonbons were served. far away invites your doubts. guests drew their favors from a Here's a Paris man's statement. mammoth pie. And it's for Paris people's benefit. Shropsnira ATicp Margaret Such evidence is convincing. I charmingly entertained at bridge at That's the kind of proof that the home of her parents, iui. ami hacks Doan's Kidney Pills. Mrs. I. C. Shropshire, on East Pike Phillip M. Heller, proprietor meat street, in Cynthiana, in honor or market, 722 Main street, says: "I Miss Mildred Lisle, daughter of Mr. have used Doan's Kidney Pills a few and Mrs. D. C. Lisle, of Paris, whose times in the" past and have been engagement to Mr. W. W. Senter of greatly benefited by them. At time Hazard, Ky., and Bristol, Va., has my back was weak and lame and been announced, the marriage to 1he kidney secretions passed too take place this month. The Shropfrequently, making me get up often shire home was decorated with holat night. I have used a box of Do- lyhocks and sweet peas. After the an's Kidne3r Pills at those times and sames egg kisses, whipped creara they have always rid me of the com- and cake were served. The first plaint. I think they are a splendid prize a box of beautiful note paper, kidney medicine and gladly recom- went' to Mrs. John T. Reynolds; the mend them." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't Annie Bell Wallace, of Pans; and a rimply ask for a kidney remedy 10 ui tray was get Doan's Kidney Pills the same silver of honor. resented Among those presguest that Mr. Heller had. ent were Mrs. W. G. McClintock Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. and Mrs. White Varden, of Pans; (ady) and Miss Helen Kunkel, of Cleveland, O. (Other Personals on Page 5) Dreaks up a cold in 24 relieves grip in 3 day. tails. TnTVSS1 uoney DacK it ithas a The ; 'V! KTm. Red val; genuine box Ati top vrith Mr. Hill's tw.ir.T'J Nrfa'fe -i cpsates uours v.iy The steady prices for fat cattle prevailing for the past two week? has helped tc accelerate the movement of stock to the markets, shipments being limited only by the lack of cars. The Louisville and Nashville is getting cars to the Paris shipping pens as fast as possible. Regulations covering the licensing of wool warehouses under the federal warehouse act have been promulgated and are ready for distribution to those desiring membership in the Federal warehousing system, the Department of Agriculture at Washington, Monday, announced. Under the act, which is not compulsory as licensing, warehousemen will vbe licensed upon their application to the Bureau ot Markets. WE HAVE ON DISPLAY and can make IMMEDIATE DELIVERY a larger stock of finished than all other dealers in Central Kentucky. No No commissions. Guaranteed quality. Cumberland Phone 78 Junel5-3m Granite Monuments agent. THE MURRAY & THOMAS CO. PARIS, KENTUCKY HEALING THE SICK Nitort Hit Only Way Millions today know how to preserve their health and live to a ripe old ag. .They use nature's only way fejjasgijgiBigsefgigiBg-jggggiJiijgjssiigPiggiaiA.iiii- e, er Jonas Weil, of Lexington, purchased of Hiram Roseberry, of near Paris, a bunch of eighty head of fat cattle at a price not made public. J. G. Rogers and Jonas Weil purchased of Gceorge Redmon, of Paris, a bunch of fancy expDrt cattle at $15 a hundred. Caywood & McClintock, of Paris purchased of James L. Dodge, thirty-fou- r head of cattle, averaging 1,334 pounds, for $14.50 per hundred. Bulgarian Blood Tea IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD IT GENTLY MOVES THE BOWELS IT STARTS IT SWEETENS THE STOMACH IT FLUSHES THE KIDNEYS LIVER ACTION Attention, Farmers! have the FARM; we have the by all fence builders to be the best fence on the market. YOU GENUINE ADRIAN WIRE PENCE, &iven up Every thoughtful parent will keep a box of this Pure Herb Tea on hand as a first aid remedy to kill colds and ward off :Flu." Grippe, Pneumonia and serious sickness. Office Opposite Paris Tobacco Collier Bros. Warehouse Cumberland Phone 997 Home Phone 257 mnnnMrnnnn v Sold Everywhere by Druggists osBsmmMEMmm --....-7. ;iril re-cei- nt I .. j GOOD FURNITURE AT JULY PRICES J THIS IS A mi, jA OLD FASHIONED j JULY SALE "ZZtjfil Visit to This Store Will bs g ievelation to You - FK P i v You'll find values here that will open your eyes to the wonderful money sav This carriage is very com- ing opportunities this sole offers you. We have illustrated here just a few An Attractive Brass Bed This bed is very substant- ial. It is made of large size brass tubing, in the Colonial Cap design, and may be had in Velvet, Satin and Ribbon finish. 9 fortable and you will find it convenient to handle. It is roomy, yet not clumsy, designed to sige a maximum of ease and makes an attractive appearance. Foster-Mil-bu- rn ot the many prices at big reductions. There are hundreds of others. It will pay you to see them. nwn tMS Southern Optical Co. Incorporated PERFECT-FITTIN- o NEWS ADS (JETS 'EM! i G SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Kryptoks tCmrmmr Artificial Eyes Iaarmble Bifocal Lm Cli-l- 4tk A iirt LOUISVILLE. KY. St. ft" There is no discounting the fact that advertising in THE NEWS pavs. It has been proven time and oCToir. AtrR "Ellen C. Kiely placed a advertisement in THE NEWS small ja short time ago, desiring to sell some articles of household use, ana found a purchaser the same day the ad appeared in the paper. M. J. Murphy lost a pair of spectacles, and had an ad inserted in THE NEWS offering a reward for their return. The glasses were found and returned to Mr. Murphy before THE NEWS went to press. The ad would have found them just the same, and M. J. was just as well satisfied as it was. It pays to advertise in THE NEWS. An Attractive Queen Anne Suite of Study Build The set consists of nine pieces exact reproductions of charming Queen Anne origials, built by modern science to last a lifetime. It is beautifully finished in either Mahogany or American Walnut, and attractively decorated with carved designs. The1 table is of oblong extension type. A Three Piece Cane Suite of Solid Mahogany this suite a very rich appearance. Built Mms; m.i. P- -g l fWMl) B And Now we are Mak ing Contract Por ..- - Fall - The combination of cane and solid mahogany gives The wing backs and shaped arms make it unusually comfortable. We have a limit number of these suites, and will sell them while they last at the July sale price. Come in now before they are all gone. Paintin Duplex Fireless Stoves A Dainty Artistic Bedroom Set in Mahogany or Walnut Duplex Fireless Stoves have deeper cooking wells, affording the opportunity of cooking a greater quantity of food.. More and larger vessels are furnished than with any other , Our Spring business was far in excess of any season we have ever- had, and it bids fair to be larger this Fall. We are booked 'way up with our summer business. All our customers have been pleased. NOW, if you. want painting done this Fall let us figure with you now and book your orders. Don't wait MATERIAL WILL BE HIGHER! v Fall is the proper time to do Protect your outside work. house from the winter weather with paint. Call us by phone for appointment. nuiai MS H H cooker. There is a simplicity about the design and finish of this suite that makes an instant appeal. It consists of four pieces. You will find the dresser and chifforobe very roomy. The dresser has a full size mirror and the dressing table adjustable, triple mirrors, all of the best quality. y The Duplex cooks the entire meal meats, vegetables, cakes, rolls or pastry in less time and at a smaller cost. stove. I HH JKIlB'1 tl ft m It will pay you to call at our store to see this remarkable kANC BROS. Home Phone 399 PARIS. KENTUCKY -- A. F. i Wheeler Furniture Company Paris, Kentucky. Main and. Third Streets. - v ,.y '; : 1 V c mmmmmiiffgmmmm'l1 nearer -- r"TC 7" ? '" W '7f . l H B - ; -- , ; . . r ; r i - : pM B F-- H H rk 4 " ,' of Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Spring and Summer Suits iTOTCENT Pan ss traw Hats, Neckwear, Silk Shirts, Children's Wash Suits at Greatly Reduced Prices This is our clearance time, and we get ready now by clearing stocks for the coming of Fall goods. We have some extremely good things to sell, and as we want to dispose of this merchandise we believe our clearance prices will accomplish it. in : This Sale is Backed by Our Reputation as an Honest Merchandising Concern and this sale should be welcomed by the money saving public, Come and see the good things we have to offer and what remarkable values we have to-da- y rr- - 'SLl-- to offer. CASH ONLY NO APPROVALS Boys' Suits $ Men's and Young Men's Suits $15. 00 Suits cut to 18.00 Suits cut to 20.00 Suits cut to. . . A 22. 50 Suits cut to : $ 1 2.00 Panamas 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 and Bangkoks ,.$3.25 !.'. cut cut cut cut to to to to 3.75 4.50 5.00 Leghorns and Straws $2.00 cut to 2.50 cut to 3. 00 cut to 3.50 cut to 4.00 cut to...... 4.50 cut to 5.00 cut to Suits Suits Suits Suits 35.00Suits 37.50Suits 40.00Suits 25.00 27.50 30.00 32.50 cut to cut to cut to cut to f cutto cutto cutto cutto . 6.00cutto $1.45 1 .95 2.25 2.75 3.25 3.50 3.75 4.50 To-da- y 42.50 S.uits cut to 45.00 Suits cut to 47.50Suits 50.00 Suits 52.50 Suits 55.00Suits 57.50Suits 60.00 Suits 65.00Suits 67.50 Suits cutto.. cut to cutto... cutto cut to cutto cut to 6.00 8,00 20.00 22;ob 24. OO 26. OO 28.00 30.00 32. OO 34.00 36.00 38. OO 40.00 42. OO 44. OO 46. OO 48.00 52. OO 54.00 1 1 1 4.4jO Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits 25.0Q Suits 5.00 6.50 7.50 8.50 10.00 12.50 15.00 18.00 20.00 22.50 cutto cut cut cut cut cut cut cut cut cut to to to , $ 4.00 . to. . : to to.' , cutto to to to 12.00 14.40 1 6.00 1 8.00 20.00 1 S.OO 5.20 6.00 6.80 L Copyright, 1920. Company O.OO Silk Neckwear $2.25 1 .95 1 .35 1.15 .75 55 Children's Wash Suits $2.50 Wash Suits cut to 2.00 3. 00 Wash Suits cut to 2.40 3.50 Wash Suits cut to 2.80 4.00 Wash Suits cue to . . 3.20 v 4.50 Wash Suits cut to 3.60 5.00 Wash Suits cut to 4.00 $3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 .75 Men's and Young Men's Summer Suits $27.50 Suits cut to 20.00 Suits cut to ' 15.00 12.50 10.00 8.50 7.50 6.50 $22,50 1 4.50 , Silk Shirts Ties Ties Ties Ties Ties Ties cut to cut to cut to cut to cut to cut to Shirts cut to Shins cut to $1 1 .OO ' Shirts cut to Shirts cut to Shirts cut to Shirts cut to 6.00 Shirts cut to 5.50 Shirts cut co 9.00 7.50 6.50 5.50 4.50 4.00 3.75 t Starts July20 L L Lasts Ten Days K k H .1 H H I Streets Main and Seventh f. ,r l THE ONE PRICE STORE Paris, Kentucky f ,t'X- V '. .1 Kr &' V ii .'. r ' V.". A. v .V - i TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1920 THE BOURBON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL, Comings and Goings of Our People Here, There and NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY ?,i FACT .- - i FOR THE BEST NOTHING ELSE Elsewhere. and after the war in the Old World. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Price are visiting their daughter, Mrs. C. A. Teller, and Mr. Teller, in Chicago. Mrs. Harry Linville and daughLinville, are ter, Miss Natalie guests of relatives in Henderson. memMiss Lavalette Ranso-nber of the Paris High School faculty, ppent the week-en- d in Paris as guest of friends. Miss Ranson is taking the summer course of study at the University of Kentucky, in Lexington. One of the most delightful sowill cial events of the be the dance to be given at the Ma(Wednessonic Temple day) evening. The hours will be from 9:00 p. m. to 3:00 a. m. Music for the dancers will be furnished by Smith's Sextette. The dance will be a subscription affair, with James McClintock and William Rogers as prime promotors. From indications there will be a large attendance fiom surrounding towns. , mid-summ- 6 FARM LOANS. PER CENT INTEREST. FIVE-YEA- R TERM. Prudential Insurance Co. of America. See local representative, Hinton, Bradley & Bradley, Attorneys, Bourbon Agricultural Bank & Trust Co. Building. (20-3- t) D SPECIAL SALE OF SOCKS A high-grad- e at 50c. lisle in five J. W. DAVIS colors, & CO. JUDGE STOUT IMPEOVING. A message was received heie yesterday from Louisville, stating that urcmt Jud?e Robert Lee Stout, who was operated on for gallstones, at the Norton Infirmary, is improving very fast. Judge Stout will be able to return to his home in Versailles in about two weeks. Mrs. Stout is with him. at the Norton In-f- ii mary. tobacco against Hail with (july2tf) HAIL INSURANCE Cnsure your growing crop YERKES & PEED. Of MODERN COTTAGE DESIRABLE AT AUCTION, WEDNESDAY, -JULY 28. . ' and Mrs Gilbert Lytle ana daughter, Edna Garrett, are visiting relatives in Covington. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Determan, of Cincinnati, are guests at the home of Mrs. W. H. Fisher, on Mt. Any avenue. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Craven and two children will leave this morning for a sojourn at West Baden Springs, West Baden, Indiana. Mrs. W. G. Hartwell and daughter, Miss Martha Hartwell, of Amelia, Ohio, were guests Sunday of Miss Nannie W. Miller and Mr. Bruce Miller. Mr. J. E. Taylor, who has been a patient at the Massle Memorial Hospital, for the past seven weeks, is improving, and expects to return home soon. Mr. George C. Thompson has been confined to his bed for several days at his home on Pleasant street. He was reported as improved yesterday. Mrs. Fannie A. Burris and niece, Miss Frances Thomason, are visiting Mrs. Burns' sister, Mrs. Charles North, and Mr. North, in Cincinnati. Miss Blanche Lilleston and Mrs. Birdie Clay Webb are at Lake Chautauqua, New York, wheie they will take a special course of study in the Summer School. E N. Wickliffe, of Lexington, and niece, Mrs. Eddie Spears Hin- -' ton, of Paris, have gone to the Carlsbad Springs, at Dry Ridge, for a short sojourn. Leslie McClure, of near Paris, has gone to New York, from where, after a short stay, he will go to Baltimore, Md., to take a responsible position with a large mercantile -- OUR CLOSING OUT SALE GONTINUES! Hundreds of people are taking advantage this going out of business sale daily. Are you one of them? You had better stop and think of the chance that we are offering on nice, clean, merchandise. Read our prices carefully and see for yourself if you can duplicate them. up-to-da- er te Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Mayfield, of Dayton, Ohio, are guests of friends d and relatives in this city. Mr. Physical Director at is no the National Cash Register Co.'s plant, in Dayton, and has charge of the physical welfare of the employes. During the world war Mr. Mayfield served three years in various army camps and in France ana England, as director of physical culture of the soldiers. In speaking of his experiences Mr. stated that there was one place he was always glad to get back to, and that was the good old town of Paris, Ky. (Oother Personals on Page 31. May-fielMaj-fiel- d JUST A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS 50c Dress Ginghams at 29c - '? 7h Motor Cloths worth $1.00 at $1.25 Motor Cloth for : 69C . 3.50 Georgettes, closing out sale Crepe de Chenes, $3.50 value at One lot of Dress Goods, $1.50 to $2.25 value, One lot of 30c Towels Lost street, between Seventh and Second street bridge, a black silk coat made with vest and white lace around the collar. Finder pleas return to BOURBON NEWS office, and receive reward. On Main f) 89c $ 1.98 $1,98 to close at.. 79c 21C 7C at 39C-59-73C-9- We will sell one of the most up-to-d- galows in Paris, when we offer the elegant Bruesaw home at the corner of Sixteenth and High streets, on Wednesday, July 28, at 2 o'clock. This bungalow was built by Mr. John Aikle and everything is first class. HARRIS, SPEAKES & HARRIS, (20-3t- ) and desirable modern bun- Agents. PARIS WHEAT So MARKET HIGH- EST PRICE REPORTED from the Paris wheat market is the highest in the State, the local millers paying $2.75 per bushel for the new wheat, No. 2 grade. This price was reported by the Paris Milling Co. and E. P. Spears & Sons. The new wheat crop is reported as excellent in quality, ranging in. weight from 59 to 60 pounds to the bushel. The yield, though, is light, due to a smaller acreage having "been planted than in preceding years. Two years ago the average was larger, but the quality was not to good. far as heard yes--terd- ay ORDER YOUR NOW BLACKBERRIES TO-DA- Let us have your order for crate "blackberries for preserving right away if you want any. There Is a big demand for them. C. P. COOK (It) o & CO. SOLDIER'S Enclosed BODY BROUGHT OLD HOME. TO in a metallic hermeticallcasket, draped in a United States flag, the body of Stamping of Claude Jackson, Ground, in Scott county, who made the supreme sacrifice on the battlefield in France, was returned last week to his old home for burial The body, accompanied by a United States soldier as escort, arrived in Paris, and was sent to Georgetown via the F. & C. Jackson was a member of the 441st Engineer Coips, and saw active service in France, being killed in action in one of the battles. He has lelatives in this county. y-sealed hard-fought RESIDENCE AND 8 ACRES TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION. Don't fail to attend the sale of Stanhope Wiedemann's residence and 8 acres of land on Cypress street, on Tuesday, July 27. Sale starts at 10:00 a. m., and residence will be sold at 11:00 o'clock. Also at the same time a manure spreader, grain drill, farm wagon, buggy, utensils, spring wagon, kitchen jars, crockery, white enamel Sanitary Favorite Range Stove, etc., will Mr. and children, Elizabeth, and Master John Charles Green, left yesterday for a week's (20-tvisit to friends and lelatives in Cincinnati. Mrs. John Lair and Mrs. Will G. McClintock have gone to Lake Chautauqua to remain several weeks. Before her return Mrs. McAn experienced housekeeper deClintock will visit York Beach, on sires position with good family in the coast of Maine. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Baird and Paris. Con furnish excellent referMrs. Ethel Houston, of South ences. Call THE NEWS office. Charleston, O., are guests at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Sidney Ardery, Jr., on Houston avenue, in this city. Clerks, (men, women), 18 upMi. Forrest Eyers and little daughter, Jane Fyers, have returned ward, for Postal Mail Service, $135 to their home in Keokuk, Iowa, af- month. Examinations ter a visit to the former's sister, Experience unnecessary. For tree write J. LEONARD, Mrs. Julian Frank, and Mr. Frank, paiticulars, at their country home, near this (former Civil Service Examiner), 935 Equitable Building, Washingcity. Miss Clementine Lusby, for- ton, D. C. merly of Paris, is a guest of fiiends In this city. Miss Lusby has been for many months a member of the staff at the U. S. Public Health Service Hospital, at Biltmore, North flat, with bath, gas and s Carolina. electric lights. All rooms in Miss Mary Dan Harbeson. who condition, and can give immehas been engaged in evangelistic diate possession. Located at 1455 lUMJMfflMMM work in the South for some time, South High street. was a guest of friends in this city C. N. MARTIN, Miss Harbeson i& 'Cumberland Phone No. 959. for the week-envisiting relatives in Flemingsburg (20-tfor a few days. Mrs. Sam Willis, Mrs. Hairy B. Clay and daughter, Miss Nell Clay, Miss Frances Clay and Miss Margaret Ardery will leave for a s' trip to Atlantic City, Stock ewes, black face, one to Philadelphia, New York City and four years old. Phone 254 or Washington, D. C. Miss. Ire-nBramblett, of Paris, 3213. R. L. GOLDEN, was a member of a house party enLexington, Ky. by Miss (20-tf- ) tertained for the week-en- d Mary Carlisle Bird, in Shelbyville. Miss Bramblett will be a guest this of Miss Sarah Elizabeth week Bailey, in Bagdad, Shelby county. ot Miss Corilla Eberhardt, express Yoang man to learn Georgetown, who has been a guest business. Must furnish the refer- good at the home of Misses LaRue, near ence. Shawhan, for several days, has gone AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS to Lake Ghautauqua, New York, to CO., C. E. COLLIVER, Agent. remain several weeks. She was ac(It) by Miss Emcompanied from Paris ily Ford, of Georgetown. Dr. D. S. Henry, Mrs. Henry ANNOUNCEMENTS. and their daughters, Misses Charlotte and Elizabeth Henry, of Paris, left last night for Montreal, I hereby announce myself as a Canada. From there they will take passage next Friday on the "Scan- candidate for the Democratic nomfor Sheriff of Bourbon dinavia,' for Antwerp, Belgium, on ination tour County at the Primary Election in lap of a the first 1921. When elected of Europe. During the trip Dr. August, Henry, whe is greatly interested in Sheriff my Deputies will be "Bob" agriculture and land values, will Gilkey and "Doug" O.Thomas, Sr. MARSHALL. J. make a study of conditions before concern. Mr. and Mm Charles Green Misses Tvlildred and White Goods at A saving of from 15c to 50c on the yard. Hosiery is reduced greatly. Millinery and Goods have been reduced away below cost to close them out. Ready-to-Wear Housework Wanted We have a beautiful line of Dresses at. A line of Dresses at Clerks Wanted July-August. That can't be duplicated for double the price. $19.75 $29.50 and $39.50 . Come and investigate for yourself! v i For Rent HARRY SIMON PARIS, KENTUCKY ! Six-roo- m first-clas- d. f) to-d- ay For Sale iwo-week- e Wanted Why Not tatf $ Si iJ . ' two-mont- Best? c - . This is one of the most desirable homes in Paris and is going to be sold without reserve. For particulars see HARRIS, SPEAKES & HARRIS, (20-3- t) O- - be sold. Attractive Residence Public Auction Tuesday, July 27, 1920, On Automatic Agents. Refrigerators Are. v FRAME BUNGALOW AT PUBLIC AUCTION Wednesday, July 28, at two o'clock, Harris, Speakes & Harris, agents, will sell the modern and attractive Breusaw bungalow, located at Sixteenth and High streets, at public auction. This home is and an excellent buy. On t) the Premises, on Cypress Street, at 10 O'clock a. m. the handsome home of Mr. Stanhope Wiedemann. Lot contains eight acres of ground, beautiful lawn with circular driveway in front of house, shade trees, flower and vegetable gardens, new storage ond laundry house, new garage, stable and corn crib, chicken yard, servants' quarters, cistern at rear door. One of the most ele(20-3gant homes in the city. y brick, with every modern convenACCIDENTS AUTOMOBILE House is a substantial ience. Interior finish in white enamel, high ceilings beautifully finishMrs. James Rankin sustained a ed, mantels, electric lights, gas and hard wood floors. Handsome number of cuts and bruises Friday Tnvirr nnp hpd room, large dining room, reception hall and when the maehine she was driving (breakfast room on first floor, and four elegant bedrooms, and hall on turned turtle over a slight embank- second floor. ment near Xalapa Farm, on the the house, cold- Complete bath on both floors, presses throughout North Middletown road. She was storage and large pantry. taken to her home on the Harrod's An ideal home for the most fastidious. Could not be duplicated Creek road, where her injuries were twice what it cost the owner. for given medical attention. Sale positive and without reserve. Terms made known on day of A car in which S. R. Hudnall and v sale. Miss Lina Crowe, both of Paris, At same time and place will sell a lot of farm implements, inwere riding collided with a car buggy, spring manure spreader, grain drill, farm wagon, driven by a Mr. Woods between cluding harness, etc., kitchen utensils, glass cars, crockery, white enwagon, Sharpsburg and Flemingsburg last Range Stove, etc. week. The Hudnall car was over- amel sanitary Favorite HARRIS, SPEAKES & HARRIS sustained turned. Miss Crowe ' u, v f JRcal Estate Dealers,Pris,Ky.' and slight cuts and bruises. Wood Office in Farmers & Traders Bank Building. Hudnall escaped injury. The Hud, , (20july-3t), , V w nall car was slightly damaged. we will sell on above day and date, two-storT, i "if. V ' J THE J. T. HINTON CO. EITHERPHONE m 36 PARIS, KENTUCKY SIXTH AND HANI Motor Hearse Motor Invalid Coach Undertaking .:..,-..- V N ' t h , f -- -. 'V TUESDAY, THE PBEDICTS COX'S ELECTION That Gov. Cox "will be elected the next President of the United States, Is a prediction made by a formerl, Bourbon county man, P. W. Wesl-falof Indianapolis, who is visiting relatives in Bourbon county. Mr. West fall is one of the leading members of the Indianapolis labor organization, and says that a large per cent, of the workmen are for Cox and Roosevelt, BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY JTJLTv.2t,;iJ20 ' COUNTY PLANNING to-da- NOTED EDUCATOR DEAD. Col. William G. Kable, president and principal of the Staunton Military Academy, at Staunton, Virginia, died suddenly there Tuesday. Col. Kable was one of the educators and. military tacticians in the country. His school at Staunton has graduated many students who gained fame as military best-kno- - BE CAREFUL. See us before selling your furs, hides, junk, poultry and egfs. STERN BROS., Successors to Munich&Wides 8th St, opp. Martin Bros. The bright business man, and is not satisfied farmer of with just hustling for his own business. He knows that to reach the limit of expansion there must be a growth of prosperity all over his He consults with neighborhood. other business men and they lay out plans to develop their country. They help farmers who need loans to get them. They arrange for demonstrations of scientific argicul-turThey work to improve stock, encourage people to keep more and farm animals. The production of many counties can be doubled in a few years by sysematic promotion. Could we not do it here in Bourbon county ? y e. men. The news of Col. Kable's death was received here in a message to Clarence Ealdwin, who was a student at the Academy the past season, Lucien Arnsparger, Walter Kenney, Jr., from Paris, also attend ed the Academy. o cars are the result of twenty BUICK of consistent and reliable motor car building built thoroughly by scientific processes which have stood the grilling tests of time and endurance. Each model is an expression of everlasting beauty, comfort and durability, bringing to each owner that complete satisfaction of ownership for which Buick cars have PRICES - $1595.00 4 Model 5 Model $1595.00 6 Model $2235.00 Model 7 $2465.00 Mode! 9 $1855.00 Model 0 $2895.00 T.O.te. Fhnt, Mich. K-4K-4K-4K-4K-4K-5- AUTO MEN HEAR NEW STATE LAW EXPLAINED o Cumberland Phone 374. T) THE IDEAL TONIC (ldec-6m-- The world's greatest tonic for n anaemic lassitude and all super- conditions. It just puts pep into the Miss Nellie Gillispie has system. "It's the best tonic I vision of all educational and wel- wholeused," says a Boston physician. ever fare work among the 600 deaf mute Dispensed by Brooks & Snapp Rubber Drug Co. employes of the Goodyear run-dow- Company. (july20-aug!- 7) I I Explanation of the new State laws relating to automobiles and garages will be given here by Special Tax Agent Leon Smith, who will visit all the garages and automobile establishments, and inform of all the dealers of the the law, and ask their Under the new act the dealers license tags are only good for demonstration and display, and not for use about the city. The new license law goes into effect on December 1, and will be strictly enforced, Mr. Smith declares. He is m charge of the .field work in the Automobile Tax Department. pro-vision- o- - OPPORTUNITY In the past year there has been one hundred and twenty-on- e REO TRUCKS sold in MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Prices Revised April 1, '20 become so famous. The pleasing results that have been attained by over five hundred thousand' Buick cars in operation has so greatly increased the publics, demand for Buick product that those who are looking forward to Buick ownership should place their orders early and avoid any possible delay in desired delivery. Fayette County, Bourbon County has an equal opportunity for next year. We are looking for a live representative. Write or call us. KITTRELL & CALLAWAY REO DISTRIBUTORS LEXINGTON, KY. 16-- 4 Syrup of Accept "California" Figs only look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most haimless physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say "California." (adv-T-t- f) 9 PRESENTED WITH LEGION HONOR CROSS. OF Wlieri better automobiles are built, Buick will build them LUMBER! We are now cutting two million feet from holdings in Keutucky and Tennessee, and can also furnish long leaf yellow pine from the Southern forests in any quantity more than car loads. of of the "Cross Presentation of the Legion of Honor," a Officer .French medal, to Lieut. Col. Lind-se- y Blayney, native of Frankfort, Ky., and until the beginning of the war a membei of the faculty of Center College, Danville, has been announced by the War Department. The formal presentation took place at Houston, Texas, where Lieut. Col. Blayney and his family now are residing. Col. Blayney has received five decorations. Col. Blayney married Miss Gertrude South, of Frankfort, a frequent visitor at the homes of Paris people. o C. S. Ball Garage The Cor. Fourth and Pleasant Sts. "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out: Doubles Its Beauty. -- r- C?; NfN-- y -- . W i COSTS MORE TO DIE Let us furnish you estimates. Vfe can save you money. Thompson - Humble Stave & Lumber Company Somerset, Kentucky Following up the increased cost of living, it now costs more to die and a little bit more to be buried. Quite recently the Paris Cemetery Co. announced a raise in prices for single lots and for digging graves. Now comes the Colored Cemetery Co. with an announcement of a simil?r import. On account of their inability to enlarge the cemetery by purchase of more ground, they havt, advanced the price of single graves from $7.00 to $3 0. Alive, dying or dead, there is always the clutching hand of old Hi Cost extended. DISTANCE nTvnos P IE T y rill T J-- r ' -- y i- fi i -- y - t . - ?c? 5 kcj -- v- 1 11 V JO'."-"--- y .i iCC-To-- """" placing the Si?.irs, wiudc-iv- s Yvken they wore out. you knew (hcl most everything in ycur v z f .. House iiL! a 10 ue iuUi.c'. cvr. xi 2iirs yu vould it' you wre v3- - -y zxlc. of the cost every vcr, to be used in rei If ri 1 3 1 . r. 1- cno-foiir-teen- th :i ether parts ASPIRIf Jame "Bayer" on Genuine ( A few cents buys "Danderine." After an application of "Danderine" you can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and thickness. (adv-T-t- f) Utf lr! i rrf? BRIGHTER- THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford car can well be called the "peoples car," because there are more than 3,000,000 of them in daily operation. That is about four to one of the nearest follower in the motor, car industry. This would not be so if the Ford car had not for sixteen years proven its superiority in service, in durability, and in the low cost for operation and maintenance; this would not be so if the Ford car was not so easy to understand, so simple in construction that anybody and everybody can safely drive it. Let us have your order for one now to avoid delay in delivery. EVENINGS "Bayer Tablets or Aspirin is genuine Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for over twenty years. Accept only an package" unbroken "Bayer which contains proper directions to relieve Headache. Toothache. Ear ache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Colds and Fain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer packages." Aspirin is trade mark Bayer Manufacture Monoaceticacidester of id. W&k V$GJW c year, besides provide that insurance, current or temporary repairs t'ixes, aiid Interest. That is exactly "what iho telephone company "xaust do if it is to stay in business permanently charge enough for its service to provide each year's quota of this rebuilding money, besides all other expenses. That constant tvearir.s out is "depreciation and the annual qucta to meet it is the "depreciation reserve" and it is just as necessary, oae-fourtecn- tli you vere renting-- i?:2t house to someone else, you would have to cl.r.iira enough rent to II employees! as the vages for the coir.-an"At Your Service." y's n-r- Paris Home Telephone and Telegr aph Co. ( In norn r orl 1 J. J. Vealch, Dist. Mgrr. W. H. Cannon, Local Mgr. zi-Ar 4 Just History In 76 The Colonial Dame Spun her cloth By Candle flame. 12Z3S33LS (adv-tf-- T) o Ruggles Motor Company Bank Row, Paris, Ky. LvP JmL. MEM Wesley's Physical Toughness. Spare diet and constant exercise In the keen morning air helped to endow Wesley with that amazing physical toughness which enabled him, when eight-fiv- e years old, to walk six miles to a preaching appointment and declare that 'the only sign of old age he felt 'was that "he could not walk nor run quite so fast as he once did." W. H. Frlchett In "Wesley and HI Country." o In 1860 In Crinoline bright, She greeted her guests By Coal Oil light. And later on, How time does pass Her home1 was lit By flickering Gas. But the girl of v Who wants her home bright, Just presses a button And has Electric Light. to-da- Attention, Wheat Growers! Don't Forget We Arc in the Market for Your Wheat, and that We Always Give FAIR GRADES AND HIGHEST PRICES Plenty of storage space at a reasonable charge if you care to hold your wheat for higher prices. Get your bags from us. Literal Truth. , On a crowded transport going to France, the men had to sleep where they could find room. One of them, lying on the deck, sild to bis buddy: "Talk about your hardship! 'This is thenardest ship I was ever on, 1 PERRY, McCANN & MITCHELL Office and Warehouse Foot of Pleaeant Street" Paris Gas & Electric Co. (Inoornattd) - X V i. " " 'FT TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1920 TUB SUmiER SCHOOL HELD BY ORED TEACHERS A successful Summer School, to continue five weeks, has been inaugurated in Paris, conducted of the colored schools of Paris and Bourbon county, in conjunction witlf teachers from several of the surrounding counties. The work being undertaken is of a very, high order, and much enthusiasm is being manifested. The attendance is above the average usually present at similar meetings. Instruction in primary methods is being given by Mrs. Hill, of Indianapolis, a specialist in educa tional teaching. Mrs. Lillian J. Brown,' of Indiana, is specializing in the teaching of history, and the teaching along this line is of the advanced rank. Work in agriculture is being conducted under the super vision of Andrew D. Owens, Supervisor of Colored Schools of Montgomery county. The department of Home Economics is in charge of Gene White, who has done creditable work at Hamilton Institute. Physical training is being looked after by F. A. Taylor. The teachers and Prof. F. M. Wood, principal of the Western High School, in this city, are working to advance the cause of education among their COL- BOURBON NEWS, PARIS; KENTUCKY VICTIMS CUED bladder and uric acid jQdrey, are most dangerous betroub'es cause of their insidious attacks. Heed th3 first warning they give that they need attention by taking a SET ME RIGHT TWO YEARS AGO Louisville Man Says He Has Had Splendid Health ince Tanlac Ended His Troubles "You may put me down as one Louisville man who will always praise Tanlac, for it setf me right two years ago and has kept me in fine shape ever since," said W. T. Carmen, 442 South First street, Louisville, Ky., in conversation with a special Tanlac representative recently. "Before I got Tanlac," he continued, "I had suffered from indigestion for twenty years, and during that time I had many acute attacks that rendered me unfit for work for several weeks at a time. My stomach seemed to be weak and upset nearly all the time, and after every meal I suffered from a sour gas that formed on my stomach. Then several years ago I was taken down with a spell of typhoid fever that left me n in a badly condition, and my stomach in a worse shape than My liver became sluggish, I ever. was constipated all the time and had that tired, worn-ofeeling. My joints were stiff and every bone in my body seemed to ache, and I also suffered from bronchial trouble. "Following my usual custom of trying everything I heard of, when I saw Tanlac advertised I bought a bottle, and after taking about half of the first bottJe I knew I had at last struck the right medicine, for there was considerable improvement in my condition. I stuck right to Tanlac until my troubles completely left me and I felt like a new man. Since that time, two years now, I have made it a rule to take a bottle of Tanlac about every six months to tone up' my system, and it keeps me in fine shape. I eat just anything I want at any time and never have an ache or a pain. So I can testify to both the immediate and lasting that come from Tanlac, and I am glad to make a public statement for what it may be worth to others who are needing such a medicine." Tanlac is sold m Paris at the Peoples Pharmancy. (adv) run-dowut re-sal- COURTESY PROM MOTORISTS G& MEDAL remedy for thess off these dis- tlv sVs ri s:ren7thin size?, bod7 against ail druggists. stacks. Three fertr.-u fc7 ia nsa:; GaM KfeU on rory bex 11 f ("isori r -- v-t' 5 .,. ' " v':' "t"a v.vt-- d asd ftccop: io imitmiioa the Valet. Wales miner charged with trapping birds was found to be wearing three coats. As this might have been due to an oversight on the part of his valet it was not included in the charge. Punch. London. A South Might Charge There is among motorists a general disposition to turn on the dim lights when meeting a fellow traveler on the highway. But sometimes there is a persistent doggedness that waits for the other man to make the initial overture. It has been the experience of the writer that such a courtesy meets with a ready response from nearly all motorists and certainly it adds to the pleasure of motoring by night. But there is a greater reason than courtesy for the dimming of lights on the highway. Several deaths have ben caused in Kentucky in the test few months from the blinding of one driver by the glaring headlights of another automobile sweeping downward from the crest of a hill, such as adds to the attractiveness of travel through the State, or around a horse shoe curve. More often still serious accidents have been avoided only by one driver stopping his car until the blinding glare of the other was behind him. The danger from this source is greater than from speeding across the open country, and ordinary courtesy is its solution. SAY "DIAMOND DYES" Don't streak or ruin your material in poor dye. Insist on "Diamond Dyea." Easy directions iri package. .rt a.- - Izxtde Starting Slighting e is a FIGHTING purposes. Battery BATTERY 'During the war it was used as auxiliary power on Uncle Sam's big battleships, for turret turning, for gun firing, for wireless and. for many other vital a fighting battery, indeed, all the time, inpeace as well as war. It is fighting the starting and light- ing battles of motorists all over the country; fighting them and wimiing them. An "SExibe" Battery in your car will put a sturdy, willing and dependable power supply behind your starting and lighting system. It will do for you exactly what it is doing for hundreds of thousands of other car owners, making CCA Sure Start insured" a proved fact. "FREEZONE" Lift Off Corns! No Pain! It is v 'illiilillfei v m&jrWmm (mi J An Extension Telephone The Essence of Convenience Let us show you why. V ts Bourbon Exide Service Station Doesn't huit a bit! Drop a little "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers. Truly! Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freezone" for a few cent3, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation. (adv-T-t- f) - o THE INSURANCE MAN The community should appreciate the service given it by the men in the insurance business. They are a force always working for fire prevention. They warn property owners of hazardous conditions. They agitate for Clean-U- p Days and other movements to get rid of inflammable rubbish. They protest against fire traps. Fires cost high. You pay in taxes, in insurance premiums, in losses not covered by insurance. The man who owns no buildings, and pays no taxes, yet pays for fire costs in his rent. Also the insurance man persuades a lot of improvident men to provide for their families by life insurance. You may dodge around the coiner to get rid of an insurance solicitor, and later you or your family may regret U. Incidentally it could be remarked that the insurance man is greatly assisted in his work of community service by advertising his excellent proposition in THE BOURBON w 209 Main I Street ' Telephone 307 .w Housekeeping is more complex than ever before, and the housewife is surely entitled to every convenience that will lighten the bur-'den. 3BSfMHf"WIW"H"" 'Iglllgggggg! mwwMzwswzwz-Txwwmm- WANDER BACK Along the Trail of Yesterday Awaken Sweet Recollections With a ripple of laughter, a bur3t of song, the crash of bands, the plaintive cry of the violin, the deep pulsating voice of the basso or the sensitive thrill of the tenor. The Claxtonola will do all of this for you, and so naturally that you have but to close your eyes and wander down the trail of yesterday. Nothing brings more comfort than an extension telephone on the other floor. It eliminates tiresome stair climbing and adds to the pleasure of every member of the family. The cost is only a few cents a week. Call the Manager's office today. o LUSITANIA LIFE BELT PICKED UP IN RIVER. A life ia a TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY CUMBERLAND Incorporated 2f32 jacket, silent remembrance of the tragic sinking 'of the Lusi-lanfive years ago, and bearing a strand of faded blonde hair, was picked up last week in the Delaware River. The name of the ship the Ger torpedoed mans still remained, clear and distinct, on the wave-beatcanvas, which had been adrift on the seas throughout three NEWS. years of war and two of peace. The life jacket, which vas found by two railroad detectives, was covered with slime and seaweed, with SAY "DIAMOND DYES" p broken. On one side one were the words, "life belt," and on Don't streak or ruin your material in the other, in large black letters, the a poor dye. Insist on "Diamond Dyes." inscription, "Lusitania." en The Ideal Home Phonograph The Claxtonola arm-stra- T. W. SPICER MAIN STREET gjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Easy directions in every package. ""-""- a William K. A HITEC TS P-- Hagan CS C E Ni X N E E R. (.on I .. ......(.. !- - o OPP. COURT HOUSE liifisinlPliiaiglilP.ISllgiiss GIRLS! LEMONS PAR.U. KY. X llllll!IUIIIIIIIIIIinillllll!illllllllllllllllilllltllllllllllllllll!lIH FIE.."T NATIONAL BANK XI BLEACH; WHITEN Make Lemon Lotion to Double Beauty of Your Skin sXi EH: ? GEO. W. DAVIS FUNERALNDIRECTOR Motor Equipment BOTH PHONES Ki ? ; x DAY 137; NIGHT 299 Comer Fifth and Pleasant Streets, Paris, Ky. Bourbon Laundry I DAVIS & FUNK, A had at any drug store, shake well and you have a quarter pint of delightful lemon and harmless X bleach for few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant V into a bottle containing three ounces lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands eash day, then shortly note the beauty of your skin. Famous stage beauties use lemon juice to bleach and bring that soft. complexion. clear, Lemons have always been used as a freckle, sunburn and tan remover. Make this up and try it. rosy-whi- te Squeeze the juice of two lemons of Orchard White which can be The Unanswered Question. Once we were young and now we are older, but never yet have we met anyone who had found a good answer to the question as to why the spirit of mortal should be proud. Dallas News. o First Dally Newspaper. The first dally newspaper In the world Is said to have been established by a woman, Miss Elizabeth Mallette, In London, March, 1702. She published and edited the Daily Courant, which she founded for the purpose of doing greater justice for women. , mimdim.faM...PK.a3umm.. A SURE TIP Put Your Money on One of Our Suits and YOU CANT LOSE? You'll win Style, Service, Comfort and Satisfaction on everything you buy here. Mrs. Ellis' Cash Grocery : Opposite Court House Paris, Ky. Browns, Blues, Greys and all sorts of Fancy Mixtures in smart, trim styles for the young fellows, as well as special styles for men of con- Proprietors West Fifh Street 1 (adv-tf-- T) o servative taste. Telephone No. 4 HPSSWI&SiBk HLU'tH V" - tIsh.Ml Ml wi I ifr"F ju&fkix ,gL i I UN! 1 PmrtiF&V". OUR WATCHWORD! M&& flW$P?T7tBtf3?fr? &?r Hl Jgs With all the latest improvements in laundry appliances and expert helpers we are prepared to do work inferior to none, and solicit your patronage. Kingtehchen an Ancient City. Kingtehchen is one of the four largest towns of China. Technically it is not a city; It is a town, because it has no wall. In reality it is a busy Industrial city, with a population of 300,000. of the people are directly engaged in the manufacture and sale of porcelain and pottery. Historically it dates back to the Han dynasty, 200 A. D. It is during this period that we find the first records of the production of porcelain in China, though earthenware vessels were probably produced some cenTwo-thirds Grape Juice Canned Meats Cheese Fruits Berries and I Green Vegetables Both Phones Free Delivery :WV3 Iced Tea Special Values at ? 4 $25.00 Suits, Neckwear, Socks, Underwear Stock Summer Cteihes S- - turies earlier. The Eye of the Cat. As showing how widely the permanently hlue eyes of cats differ from other eyes, It is noted that immediately the ees of white cats that are to have permanently blue eyes open they shine bricrht red in the dark. No oth- er colored eye does this. ,- ,- "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE ff 1 mi The Bourbon Laundry" Paris, Kentucky :M: TWIN BHOS.9 CLOTHING AND SHOE DEP'T. L. WOLLSTEIN, Proprietor .- X. A 1 3i - ; - ' " ', ' - - L- - f e & i K X r1 1 "V1 -- c r ': TUESDAY, ., PAGE EIGHT JNKXERCIAL CLUB SENDS SPECIAL DELIVERY NOTICES Ihr connection with the Paris membership drive, Club mMih begins Thursday, special dCom-aarci- al MATRIMONIAL. MITCHELL WILLS. Ed. J. Wills, 26, of Cincinnati, and Miss Violet Mitchell, 21, of v THE BOURBON V NEWS,. PARIS, KENTUCKY , JULY 'If, Iftff EEES-S-BES- -- c THE ALAMO AND PADM tfiDAKIH TODAY, TUESDAY II II AJ:..:;Aduit27cpIu..3cwtplu Children and Galltry ISc ! 2c war tax 3c notices were sent yesterday merchants in Paris. THE NEWS KT like to suggest that the Club up for consideration better tel- 'gfeone service and repair of Main street. The letter sent out yester-cfe- - earer Tomorrow. Wednesday Cynthiana, were granted a marriage license Saturday by County Clerk Pearce Paton. They were afterward married at the residence of follows: " Paris, Ky., July 19, 1920. the officiating minister, Kev. J. T. rou have doubtless heard of the Sharrard, on South Main street. Afeeratly organized Paris Commercial ter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. CJtefc, and of the drive for member-aftgf- p Wills left for Cincinnati, where which occurs on Thursday of they will reside. The writer personally 1&& week. mrges you to be present at LISLE SENTER. Court room on Tuesday, July 20, The wedding of Miss Mildred at $ p. m.f for the purpose of per- Lisle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. fecting the organization for the C. Lisle, of near Paris, and Mr. Wm. drire. Wendell Senter, of Bristol, Va., and "Don't thiow this aside and say, j Hazard, Ky., will be solemnized this no use, it's been tried before. InftArnnnn at tbp. rpsidfttipp nf thp. Ceme and do your part, and we wm brid Select's sister, Mrs. White Var-a.an a real live club that will on Vine street. Only the much good. Can you thin mediate relatives will be present at oT any needed things that might be lhe ceremony which will bo per. by united action? formed by Rev w. E- Ellis pastor accomplished service Qf the paris christian church. Sow would better telephone a more wholesome water supply ler the wedding. the bridal pair will o for a starter? Indivdual com- - leave for a honeymoon trip in the jplainls have failed to produce re- - E . salts. The efforts of the commu- a whole led by such an orgaaSty as DAVIS, SCRIVNER fixation as the Commercial Club Miss Lola Scrivner and Mr. proposes to be will produce resultf aSong this and other lines, and make Quinn C. Davis, both prominent ZlHris a better town to live in. Come poung people of Irvine, were mar-- 4 the Couit House at 8:00 p. m., ried Friday morning at ten o'clock. Tuesday, July 20, and show you are at the home of the officiating min- ister, Rev. Dr. J. W. Porter, in Lex 3or a better and bigger Paris. "JOHN T. COLLINS, President." ington. Air. and Mrs. Davis came to Paris, Friday afternoon, and were IN HAMMOCKS. guests at the Hotel Windsor until BARGAINS Saturday noon, when they returnWe have a few Couch Ham- ed to Irvine. by They mocks (eft in stock that can Robert were accompanied of Mr. the Scrivner. brother DOUght at a liberal (IIS- - bride, and Miss Fay Poland, both of ' Irvine, and Mr. M. A. Jones, of Lex- count. Better call early. ington. The bride is a daughter of A. T. WHEELER & CO. a prominent physician of Irvine, Tnne29-t- f) 'and is an attractive and popular ivouns woman. Mr. Dais is chief NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC clerk for the L. & N. railroad, with I will not be responsible for any j headquarters at Irvine, announcement following The dabis or accounts made by anyone, or charged to me, or to my account, cards were sent out from Paris, Sat urday: "without a written order. CHAS. O. MARTIN, j "Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Scrivens announce the marriage of their daugho ter, Lola, to Mr. Quinn C. Davis, TEE WIEDEMAim HOME AT July sixteenth, nineteen hundred and twenty, at Lexington, KenAUCTION. TUESDAY. JULY tucky. At Home after July twentiJULY 27, AT 2 O'CLOCK eth, at Irvine, Kentucky." The attractive residence of Mr. MODERN COTTAGE stanhope Wiedemann, on Cypress DESIRABLE Street, and 8 acres of land will be AUCTION. WEDNESDAY. AT sold at auction on Tuesday afterJULY 28. noon, July 27. Sale starts at 10:00 a. m. and residence will be sold at We will sell one of the most "31 o'clock. Also at the same time a and desirable modern bunmanure spreader, grain drill, farm galows in Paris, when we offer the wagon, buggy, spring wagon, kitch elegant Bruesaw home at the corner en utensils, glass jars, crockery, of Sixteenth and High streets, on white enamel Sanitary Favorite Wednesday, July 28, at 2 o'clock. JRange Stove, etc., will be sold. This bungalow was built by Mr. This is one of the most desirable John Arkle and everything is first iomes in Paris and is going to be class. sold without reserve. HARRIS, SPEAKES & HARRIS, HARRIS, SPEAKES & HARRIS, Agents. (20-3- t) (20-3- t) Agents. the-Cornie- GLADYS BROCKWELL IN TOM MIX ti The - Thursday, July 22nd BRYANT WASHBURN IN "The Mother of His Children" A tale of the East and West in which mother-lov- e regenerates the tempestuous soul of an Arabian princess. Cyclone" ' IN "Too Much Johnson" He sold his mother-in-lafor $5,000. But before the deal was finished you'll say he earned the money. A picture that rocks with fun. Directed by Donald Onsp. From the popular play of the same name by William Gillette. w r BRIM FULL OF THRILL AND THROBS! Colonel Totf hunter Marigold's story of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police. . ve ac-de- im-Mipl- also Also J U ANITA HANSEN Also WILLIAM DUNCAN A Sunshine Comedy in the 12th episode of in "The Silent Avenger" "THE LOST CITY" 'SHOULD DUMMIES WED' and Prizma Color Picture And "Topics of the Day" And Vod -- a - Vil Movies - Af-a- Gregg's Orchestra Playing Afternoon and Evening DEATHS. MERZE. , !e Sallie J. Merze, aged .nine years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mer?e, residing on Marshall street, died at the Massie Memorial Hospital, in this city, at three o'clock, Sunday morning, of appendicitis. She i& survived by her parents, two brothers and one sister. The funeral will be held at two o'clock this (Tuesday) afternoon, with services conducted at the grave in the Paris Cemetery by Rev. B. F. Orr. CAMERON. Mrs. Sallie Cameron, aged thirty-fou- r, died Friday night at her home on the Jackstown pike, near Paris, after a short illness. Mrs. Cameron was the wife of Isaac Middleton. Besides her husband she is survived by her father, two child-dre- Stevens, of Chillecothe, Ohio, and three sons, Charles, William and Clarence Whaley, all of this county. The funeral was held at the family home Sunday atterncon ac tnree o'clock, with services conducted by Rev. C. H. Greer, pastor of the Paris Mcithodist church. The interment! took place an the family lot in tne Paris Cemetery. The commit services at the grave were in charge of . his former comrades-in-arm- s members of the local Camp of Confederate Veteians, survivors of the days when they were a band of devoted soldiers fighting the. cause of the South. G. SPECIAL" i - - BURNING RUBBISH CAUSES HUE HAIL INSURANCE Insure your trowing crop of Burning rubbish in the rear of the Paris Eaking Cos place of bus- tobacco against Hail with iness, on Main street, set Are FriYERKES & PEED. day afternoon to the rear stairway (july2-tf- ) at the plumbing establishment of Thos. W. Spicer, adjoining. The prompt arrival of department !ublued,the n?mes and Prevented ,Iurtner iOSS. 0I Property. , n. Insurance. Fire, Wind and Lightning PAINTS AND Thomas, Woodford & Bryan FALSE ALARM AGAIN. VARNISHES just put in a complete line of SCHOOL up-to-d- A copy of an emergency call was received here Saturday by County Superintendent of Schools J. B. Cay- wood, from State Superintendent George Colvin, in which it was stated that no teacher in the City caped detectio-nfour brothers and two sisters. Schools can teach unless they hold The funeral was held Sunday after- a State certificate or a State Normal noon with services conducted at the School certificate. grave in the Millersburg Cemetery, Superintendent Caywood anby Rev. Wm. Morton, pastor of the nounces that a special examination Millersburg Presbyterian church. RELIGIOUS. will be held in his office on August 6 and 7 for the purpose of giving GIBSON, every teacher an opportunity to Mrs. Bettie Payne Gibson, aged qualify in this respect. All teachabout seventy years, died at her ers are asked to note this. home in Dayton, Ohio, last week, afRev. F. M. Tinder, pastor of ter a short illness of a complication the North Middletown Christian ATTENTION, BUILDERS! of diseases. Mrs. Gibson was the the If you don't do it now you i church, occupied the pulpit at Sun- widow of the late Mr. A. B. Gibmorning and evening service son, and resided in this city for may regret it. !day, in the Georgetown Christian n, . Someone with a peculiar sense of humor pulled Box 23 at the corner We have of Lylesville and Eighth streets yesterday morning. The fire department responded, but could find no evidences of fire in the neighborhood. The joker or jokers es- Johnson's Cincinnati Paints and Varnishes ployed aEEkSHE VyTyJy cfc2 ffityTswi ffi?? nrv many years. Her husband was emat the monumental works of the late Mr. W. A. Hill. Mrs. Payne was a daughter of Mr. William Payne, of Millersburg, and a sister of of Mrs. Charles J. Lancaster, Paris, both of whom preceded her to the grave many years ago. Mrs. Gihson is survived by two daughters, Miss Iva Gibson, who resided at the family home in Dayton, and Mrs. Alice Gibson Smith, residing in Chicago. The funeral and interment took place in Dayton. Carpenters are scarce and the church Rev. w. e. eihs, pastor of the lumber supply is far below the raris unnstian cnurcn oegan a demand. series of revival meetings last night Call phone 122. BOURBON LUMBER CO. ) J Guaranteed to be the best that And a little bit cheaper than the other fellow's best. Pure Linseed Oil and Tupen-tin- e at special prices. Give us a call. money can buy. VARDEN & SON Prescription Druggists Both Phones Paris, Ky. at the Providence Christian church, anr2-tf- in Fayette county, to continue each night through the week. (? I Started S aturday, Jul 7th TWO WEEKS Coal Oil Stoves and Ovens; Ranges; Gas Stoves and Ranges; Kitchen Cabinets; Congoleum Rugs, 9x12; Axminster and Tapestry Rugs, 9x1 2; 6x9 and 9x12 Crex Rugs; Kitchen Tables; Dining Chairs; Discount Sales For LENOX. Tne body of James Lenox, aged twenty-threformerly a resident of this city, who died in the General Hospital, in Cincinnati, Friday morning, from the effects of injuries received in a fall from the Bale-wi- n building, in Cincinnati, was brought to Paris, Friday afternoon, and taken to the home of his parent, Air. and Mrs. Joseph Lenox, on South Main street. The funeral was held from the family home Saturday afternoon, at throe o'clock, with services conducted by Rev. C. H. Greer, pastor of the Paris Methodist church. The burial followed on the family lot in the Paris Cemetery. The were: Chas. Throckmorton, Hanson West, Harold Harp, William Rowland, Eiyan Doty, Grant Samuels, e, pall-beare- Y AND Wi&mEWi 1 nil y z.n TO-IV90RR- OW The Supreme Valise-Givin- g of this Money-SaviJi '' m ?a EvesiS: n; (vx kv. m ai 1 - a a u !H , 3K I 3 i i& $ 11 5W iFf w hism CM ms Our entire stock to be disposed of regardless of cost or value. rs This Includes Everything, Such As Parlor Furniture; Bed Room and Hall ture; Porch Swings; Porch Shades; Parlor Lamps; Pictures; Porch Furniture; Furni- Elmer Newman and Newton Arnold. Mr. Lenox was a member of Bourbon Council, Junior Order of United American Mechanics, the members of which attended the funeral in a body. He was for many years in the employ of the Louisville & Nashville at this point, moving o Covington several months ago, where he obtained employment with a large construction firm. While at work on 'the Baldwin building near the entrance of Eden Park, he made a misstep, falling four stories to the ground "below, his skull being fractured, both arms broken, and other serious injuries sustained. Following an illness of several months duration, due to the infirmities of ege, Wm. H. Whaley. aged one of the best- about eighty-fou- r, known residents of Paris, died at' his honiL' on the Lexington pike, near this city, Friday morning. Mr. Whaley was born in Pennsylvania, but came to Kentucky with liis parents at an early age. He became engaged in farm work, and for many years resided on a farm, near Clintonville. For the larger par of a long and useful life he was engaged in farming and stock raising, in which he continued actively until the infirmities of age compelled his retirement. Mr. Whaley was a gallant member of the Nineteenth Kentucky Infantry, in the Confederate service during the Civil War, going through the entire four years of that strife and emerging with a clean and honorable record as a soldier and man. His death leaves but one member of the famous Orphan' Brigade now living in Bourbon county, Mr. Lot Young, of Paris. Mr. Whaley's wife, who, before her marriage was Miss Nannie Wells, preceded him to the grave ten years ago. He is survived oy Rosa Leeds, five daughters, Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Whaley, of Bourbon county, Mis. Jennie Saunders, of Parkersburg, West Va., Mrs. Lacey Clarke, of Lexington, tand Mrs Wj .SA Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps! of the highest quality marked down from 20, 30 dollar. and 40 on the Just a Few of the Many Wonderful Shoe Bargains EXTRA SATURDAY SPECIAL $6.00 GRADES Reduced to ATURDAY $6.50-$7.0- WHALE Y. Beautiful Glazed Kid Pumps, in high and Newest Styles Pumps and Oxfords, all low heel; English Lace Oxfords and Pumps leathers; most desirable styles; high and low heels, only $3.95. in low heels, only $3.45. $5.00 Ladies' Low Heel Pumps 0 AWL wOb T W 0 Reduced to GRADES S3.95 Straw Mattings; 'Buffets; China Closets; Dining Tables; Now at $2.99 Ladies' $2.50 Canvas English Oxfords $8.00 to $9.00 Grades Reduced to Mirrors; And numerous other things. Brown English Oxfords, Soft Kid Oxfords and Pumps, only $4.95 FOOTWEAR! 25 Sale Price $1.85 Lot of Children's $1.50 and $2.00 Slippers Give Us a Call and Be Convinced That This is a Greatest Values Ever Offered in Men's Shoes and Oxfords. BOYS' Buy AND GENUINE BARGAIN SALE On Sale at $1-0- 0 GIRLS' 40 See Bargain Counters ! at this sale at cut prices and save to per cent. E. M. WHEELER Corner Eighth and Main Streets r PARIS, KENTUCKY j 4x Paris' Greatest Shoe Store i DAN COHEN - Where Beauty and Economy Reign 1-. t jtAy. 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