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J IGOODS
GOODS OF QUALITY QUALITYEVERYTHING
EVERYTHING FIRSTCLASS
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FIRSTchA5SiTwo
Two Negroes Fined FinedIn
In Justice Fretwells Court Tuesda Tuesday
Will TuesdayWill Evans and Tom Glover to ne negroes
groes were ee each fined 5 and costs fo for forengaging
engaging engaging in m a breach of the peace
4 Ask sk for Old John Poi PoWhisky Poindex index indexter dex
I ter tersk Whisky None better b tter 4 4t 4tStreet
Street Flushed FlushedThe FlushedThe
The Th city hands were busily engage engaged engagedall
all day yesterday flushing Main stree street streetand
and nd removing removing the accumulation of ic ice iceand iceand
and slush that has ha been very objection objectionable
able to pedestrians during the pas past pastweek pastweek
week weekHomeMade
HomeMade Candies CandiesMiss CandiesMiss
Miss M iSB Holladays celebrated hom home homemade homemade
made candies now on sale at Bruce BruceHoBdays BruceHolidays
Holidays 25 t tf tfWill
Will t Open January Janua JanuarY3 JanuarY3Kid ry 3 3Kid
Kid Stout win wh a few weeks ag ago agopurchased agopurchased <
purchased the Busy Bee Restaurant ii is ismaking ismaking
making extensive ext nsive preparations for th He Heopening teeopening
opening of his new place of business businesswhich businesswhich
which will be ready January 3 Thi The Therestaurant Therestaurant
restaurant is located on Main between
1 Fourth and Fifth streets within easy easyaccess easyaccess
access of the business men and travel traveling traveling ¬
ing public and the new proprietor is isto isto
to continue catering to the best class classof classof
of trade and upholding his high stand standard standard ¬
ard as a restaurteur restaurteurSpecial
f Special Judge Appointed AppointedThe AppointedThe
The illness of Judge Robert L Stout Stouthas Stouthas
has necessitaced ne pssitaced the appointing of a aspecial aspecial
special judge to hold the regular term termof termof
of the Franklin Circuit Court and andJudge andJudge
Judge J aM M Benton of Winchester WinchesterhEs Winchesterhas
has been designated by Govrenor Wil WilBon Wilson ¬
son to fill the vacancy Judge Stout Stoutwho Stoutwho
who was stricken with typhoid fever fevera
a few days after he convened the No November November ¬
vember term of the Bourbon Circjiit Circuit Circ1litCourt CircuitCourt
Court and who has since been confined confi confinedto ed edto
to his bed at the home of the Misses MissesWiIJiams MissesWilliams
Williams on Pleasant street is improv improving improving
ing nicely
nicelyPennant
Pennant Trophy Trop by Arrives ArrivesThe ArrivesThe
tThe The 1910 pennant trophy of the Blue BlueGrass BlueGrass
t Grass League which was won by the theParis theParis
Paris Base Ball Club was received receivedWednesday receivedWednesday
Wednesday and is on exhibition in the theshow theshow
show window of Shire Fithian Fithianjewelers Fithianjewelers
jewelers on Main streetUhe street streetThe
The he trophy is a majznicfient ma nicfient6i1ver nicfient6i1verurn silver silverutn
urn eighteen eighte n inches in heighth and on onth onwhere
the th front frontcross where two base ball bats batscross
cross is the following inscription inscription1Trophy inscriptionTrophy
Trophy presented by A J Reach Reachof Reachof
of Philadelphia to the champions of ofthe ofthe
the Blue Grass League Won by the theParis theParis
Paris Base Ball Club Paris Ky sea season season ¬
son 1910
Buggies at Low Prices PricesFor PricesFor
For the next ext thirty days we willselJ willselJany will sell sellany
any buggy in our house at ten per percent percent
cent off ff for cash Come and look looktheLY1 lookthei
theLY1 over
15 t YERKES KENNEY KENNEYNegro
Negro Heavily Fined FinedHenry FinedHenry
Henry Gaines a negro was heavily heavilyfin heavilyfined
fined fin d by byJudge Judge Denis Dundon Wednes Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day it being his third time up during duringt duringthe
tie t e year for a breach of the peace peacef
5 Gaines has been employed on the thearm he hefarm
farm f arm of B B Marsh where his wife wIfeis wifeis
is a servant and is addicted to drink drinkHe drinkHe
He came to Palis Pal is for a holiday cele celebration celebration ¬
bration and becoming intoixcated went wentto wentto
to his home and created trouble with witht
t his wife who had him ai auested auestedJudge airestedJudge rested restedJudge
Judge Dundn thought the third thirdoffense thirdoffense
offense in one year a little to much muchfor muchfor
for one offender and gave Gaines GainestwentyfiV Gainestwentyfive
twentyfive days in jail and a fine of 50 O 0New
d New ew Years Specials SpecialsBox
Box candies at cost mixed nuts 15 15cents 15cents
cents per pound poundT
T C LENIHNAN
I Robneel Grocery GroceryFine
Fine Music MusicSunday MusicSunday
Sunday night at the Christian Christianchurch Christianchurch
church the beautiful cantata TheAngelic The TheAnge1ic
Angelic Chair by Adams will be begiven begiven
given by the large chorus choir under underthe underthe
the direction of the the choirister choiristerlMr Mr A AH A AH
H MoreheadMrs Morehead Mrs Fanniebelle Suther Sutherland Sutherland ¬
land Mrs A W Longan Miss Doro Dorothy Dorothy ¬
thy Talbott Mrs Ira Barker Mrs MrsChus MrsChas
Chas Hill The male quartette quartetteMessrs quartetteMessrs
Messrs Morehead Burnaugh Lancas Lancaster Lancaster ¬
ter and Walker Clark Services at atr
r seven oclock promptly At the morning morn morning ¬
ing service at 1045 10 45 oclock oclockspecial special specialmusic specialmusic
music will be given given Elder Morgans MorganssUbject Morganssubject
subject will be Whats Ahead aNew a aNew
New Years sermon At the evening evenin eveningservice aI I
service he will make a few appropri appropriate ¬
ate remarks r emark precising the cantata cantataPeeper
uP Peeper epert epertFined Fined in Police CourtCassell Court CourtCassgll
Cassgll Cass U Ayers colored aged 8 ged 17 17years 17years
years charged chargedwith with disorderly con conI conduct conduct ¬
duct was in Judge E B Jancaryscourt Januarys Januaryscourt
I court yesterday afternoon Ayers WES WESarrested wrsarrested
arrested on a complaint mj made > de by MrsGeorge Mrs MrsGeorge
George Vatden Wpdnesday ni riJbt riJbtAyers rigbtAyers bt btAyers
Ayers it is alleged had been indulg indulging ¬
ing in the practice of peeping into the thewindows thewindows
windows of this residence after night nightSeveral nightSeveral
Several attempts have been made to toI toeffect toeffect
I effect his capture but without result resultWednesday rEsultWedneslay
Wednesday Wednes Jay night the police received recdvedinformation receivedinformation
information that th t someone was at the theresidence theresidence
residence of Mrs Varden and was wasmaking was WlSrn
making rn ki 1g an effort to SP SPIJI through the thewindows thewindows
windows Patrolman f Fred Link and andlbumas andbumas
Tbumas bumas Craven responded to the tElephone tele hlephone ¬
phone call and when a snort distance distancefromthe distancefrom
from fromthe the Varden home homesaw f ° saw a man manleaving manleaving
leaving th the yard Ayers went to Ha Iiahome id idhome
home closely followed by the police poli poliand policeand e
and yras as there taken into custody custodyWhen cJstodyWhen custodyWhen
When arrested Ayers seamed s tmed rned to tote toteunder be > re reunder
under the influence of liquor In InPoHce InPolice
Police Court he plead guilty to the thecharge thecharge
charge of drunkenness and disorderly disorderlyconduct disorderlyconduct
conduct and was assessed asscesedLa ta afine fine ti tv i icluding
cluding costs of 2750 2750Ayers 2750Ayers 2750intention
Ayers disclaim disclaimed d any any intention of ofp
pjBping p aping through the windows of thQ thaHarden th thQVafd
Varden Vafd Vafdn1iome Harden n1iome home and andj said he had only onlygonejhere onlygone
gone gone gonejhere there for the purpose of looking lookingfcr lookingfcr
fcrja fcr a colored woman woman n who was employ employed ¬
e ed d there e as s alcook ac ook
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IERSONAL PERSONAL MENTION r >
Mr Harry BientfFithian1s BientFith is squite quite
squitei1I lad
i1I itMr jjtar 1 1Miss
7Misf Miss Edith My11 My U Uwill will entertain
today 1odayatcards entertain1odayatcards at cardsMrs cards
Londonis Mrs Russell Dyche of London
is is the guest of relatives here hereMr hereMr
Mr Luke Meoreof Waco Texas Texasspent TexasSpent
i spent Butler Christmas with Miss Ollie But ¬
ler lerMrs
visitingher Mrs Nellie Nelli Highland Hi hland is visiting visitin
her niece Mrs Ellis in Cleveland
Ohio1606 Ohio ClevelandOhio
OhioMisses
Misses May and Lucy Colville en ¬
tertained entertained tertainedeighteen eighteen guests yesterday to toI toa
I a luncheon
luncheonMiss
Lexingtonis Miss Ruby Huffman of Lexington
is is the guest of Misses Martha and
andFrances
Prances rances Settle
wasthe Miss Anna Howe HoweFof Fof of Carlisle wa was was
I IMlSS
MrsJulian the guest Tuesday of Mr and Mrs
Julian Howe HoweThe
The young society folks of the cit1 city rityentertained cityentertained
I entertained ElksHall with a dance at the Elk Elks
Hall last night nightMisses
Misses Mabel and Lula Lyons o of
Lexington Lex ofLex ington were the guests yesterday yesterdayof
of MissAnna M Miss Anna Eads Peed PeedMiss
Miss Virginia Booth of Lawrence
burg Lawrenceburg has been the guest for severa sev several ral
days raldays of her brother Mr Harry Booth BoothMr
Lexington Mr Courtland Leer of Lexing
ton was the guest this week eek of hi his hisparents hisparents
parents Mr and Mrs Charles C
CLeer
Leer LeerMiss
Miss Lucille Swearingen 01 of
Carthage ofCarthage Ohio is the th guest of her hersister hersister
sister Mis Julian Howe on Mt Airy Airyavenue Airyavenue
avenue avenueMr
Mr and Mrs Hoffman Wood anc and andthe andthe
the latters sister Miss Nell Whaley Whaleyof
of Mt Streling are guests of Paris Parisrelatives Parisrelatives
relatives relativesMrs
Mrs E C Arnold Arnoldof of Cincinnati Cipcinnatiarrived Cincinnatiarrived
arrived yesterday to be the guest oJ of ofher ofher
her parents Mr and Mrs Jessd Turn Turney Turney
ey near this city cityMrs
guesther Mrs Robert Goggin and guest
her sister Mrs L D Moore oi otChicago of
Chicago ofChicago visited Mrs J T Lail in inCynthiana inCynthiana
Cynthiana WednesdayMrs Wednesday W dnesday
Mrs Bruce Adair entertained with witha
a dancing party at her home on n Mt MtAiry MtAiry
Airy ngAbout avenue Wednesday evening even ng
About thirty guests were present presentLondon
London Sentinel Mr C J JMcLear JMcLear
McLear the first proprietor of the theCatching theCatching
Catching Hotel and now proprietor of oftheWindsur ofthe
the theWindsur Windsor Hotel in Paris is with withf
f ends here this week weekDr
Dr W C Ussery was in Cincinna Cincinnati ¬
ti Tuesday returning ret rning Tuesday night accopmanied ac atcopmanied
copmanied by Mrs Ussery and little littledaughter
daughter au hter Dorcas Ur and Mrs Us Usery Is Isery
ery will occupy a flat in the Bourbon BourbonBank BourbonBank
Bank building buildingMiss
Miss Georgia Grimes Grim s who has hasbeen hasbeen
been teaching Mathematics and Sci Slience Sience ¬
ence in Logan College Russelville RusselvilleKy RusselvilleKy
Ky is spending the Christmas holi holidays hoJidays ¬
days with her father and brother on onHiggins onHiggins
Higgins avenue avenueMr
Mr and Mrs Wm Merritt Shobe Shobeof Shobeof
of Salem N J who spent the firstof first firstof
of toe week in Bowling Green return returned returned ¬
ed Wednesday and are the guests at atthe atthe
the hume of the latters parents Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs J H Butler ou Vine street streetDr
Dr B M Shive Shiv pastor of the theFirst theFirst
First Presbyterian church in this city cityand cityand
and who has been spending 8p nding the holi holidays holidays ¬
days with relatives at Campbellsville CampbelJsvll1eand
and enjoying a hunt during the he holi holidays holidays ¬
days is reported to be suffering with a aslight aslight
slight attack of grippe He is improv improving improving ¬
ing however and hopes to be out in a afew afew
few days
daysMiss
Miss Katherine Thompson daugh daughter daughter ¬
ter of Prof and Mrs M G Thomp Thompson Thnmpson ¬
son of the Bourbon Female College Collegeentertained Collegeentertained
entertained with a beautiful dinner dinnerparty dinnerparty
party Wednesday evening at that inr in institution institution
stitution in honor of her guests Miss MissAnna MissAnna
Anna James of Harrodsburg and andMessrs andMessrs
Messrs Norwin and WilburTSrewer Wilbur Brewer of ofFranklin ofFranklin
Franklin Ind who have been their theirguests theirrguests
guests since last Saturday SaturdayThe SaturdayThe SaturdayThe
The color scheme was red and green greenand greenand
and was prettily pre tily carried out in the thpdecoratiops thedecorations
decorations of poinsettre festoons of ofSoutb ofSouthern
Soutb Southern rn smilax ferns and stately statelypalms statelypalms
palms An elegant dinner consisting consistingof
of six courses was served and the re remainderof remairider ¬
mainder mainderof of the evening evening was spent in inan inan
an enjoyable danceThe dance danceThe danceThe
The guests present were MissesCarolyn Misses MisSESCarolyn
Carolyn Roseberry Nancy Griffith GriffithRach GriffithRachel
Rachel Rach l Wiggins Messie Lord AnnaJames Anna AnnaJames
James Har Harrodsburg cdsliurg Fannie Bam Bamberg
Bamjberg berg Ruth Morgan Morgan Mary Batterton BattertonMiss BattertonMiss Bamj
Miss Houston Kansas City Mo MoEdith
Edith Myall Katherine Davis Helen HelenHutchcraft HelenHutchcraft
Hutchcraft Martha Waller Martha Martha1ergusor
bergusop erguop Mr and Mrs Call C ll Wilmoth WilmothMessrs WilmothMessrs
Messrs Charles and Harry Brent BrentFithIan BrentFithian
Fithian Maurice Mau1 ce Burnaugh Miller MillerHurnaugh MillerBurnaugh
Burnaugh Lyons Board Fay Fa Ardery ArderyClay ArderyClay
Clay Sutherland Fred Batterton Har Harry Barry ¬
ry Hortpn Horton Joe Mitchell Wallace WallaceClark WallaceClark
Clark 31 ark Sidney Sid ney Ardery A rderr Jackson Rue RueHarrodsburg ue ueHarrodshurg
Harrodsburg Norwin and Wilbur WIlburBrewer WilburBrewer ueI I
Brewer of Franklin Ind IndBOURBON
BOURBON COLLEGE NOTES NOTESMrs
Mrs Kennedy Lawrence of Mid Midway
way ay has been the guest of Mrs T TLC UQ 10Bell LCBell
Bell ell at the Bourbon College CollegeMr
> Mr and Mrs R C James of Har Harudsburg
iodsburg Hariodsburg r ofr odsburg were this week the guests ofProf of ofProf
Prof rof and Mrs M G Thompson ThompsonMr
Mr Nelson Rue of Harrodsburg Harrodsburgis
is s spending the week at Bourbon Col College college
lege ege the guest of Prof and Mrs MrsThompson MrsThompson
ThompsonMiss Thompson
Miss Anna James of Harrodbsurg Harrodbsurgwho Harrodbsurgwho
who 9ho was one of the guests cf honor at attbedinner atthe
tbedinner the he dinner party given by Miss Kath Katherine Katherine
erine Thompson at the college Wed Wednesday Wednesday
nesday ever evening ing has been spending spendingthe
the week at theftnstitution theinstitutionCounty
County Board to Meet Wednes Wednesday
day dayThe dayThe
The Bourbon County Board of Edu Education Education ¬
cation will meet Wednesday morning morningat
at 9 oclock in the ofii offke e of County CountySuperiltendent CountySuperintendent
Superintendent Miss Mis Mabel Robbins in int inthe
t the e court house uuse
housePolice
Police Court CourtTuesday
Tuesday upon upo upon the convening of Po Police Police
lice Court CourtJ Judge udge E B January continned con cont ¬
tinned t the case of Ben Parker a anegro anegro
negro charged with assaulting Frank FrankBaird rank rankBaird
Baird the latter being unable to ap appear appear ¬
pear in n court The case was set for fortrinlFriday fortrial
trial trinlFriday Friday morning at ten oclock oclockJudge o oclockJudge clock clockJudge
Judge January J anuaryassesseci assessed a fine of ten to todollars n
dollars against John Andy Scott a anegro a anegro
negro negro for getting drunkr drunk
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Paris Shows hoWstncleaS Increase IncreaseWhile
While the population of Pais Pais as as asgiven
given out Monday by the census bureau bureauat bureauat
at at Washington is disappointing it itshows itshows
shows a anet a net gain g in compared to that of
laOO 1 00 of ofa a fraction more than twenty tw twentyseven nty i
seven even per p r cent Any Anyone one whd has re residEd resided ¬
sided in Paris during the interim be between between ¬
tween 1900 and and1910 1910 must know thatsomething that thatsomething
something is wrong wrong wrongwith with the census censusfigures ensus ensusfigures
figures as the number of new residen residences residences ¬
ces erected during the past ten years yearsw yearswill
will w ill run up up into the hundreds hundredsihe hundr hundredsthe dE dEihe
ihe city has spread out in almost almosteverydiretion almostevery I
every everydiretion direction and especially in that thatsection thatsection
section where are re located the activi activitilS activities ¬
ties now going on in the development developmentof
of the interests of the Louisville
Nashville railroad
The two twonegro negro suburbs of Glaysvlleand
and Ruckerville with ith their 2000 popu population population
latioru lation if added to the city proper o on onthe on onthe
the basis of the figures given out b by bythe bythe
the department at Washington would wouldgive wouldgive
give a total population of nearly tight tightthousand eightthousand
thousand thousandThe The full registered vote of the cit city citywill citywill
will show nearly seventeen hundredvoters hundred hundredvoters
voters which if multiplied by the usu usual
al l ratio of computation of 4J 4 to thevoter thi the thevoter
voter would give the city a popualtioi popualtionof
of 7650 people and which if added ti to tothe tothe
the two negro towns would bring th the thetotal thetotal <
total up close to the 10000 markIt mark markJt markIt
It has been suggested that the cit city cityauthorities cityauthorities
authorities take tak the matter matter up andhave ant and andhave
have issued at an early date a full am and andcomplete andcomplete
complete city directory which wouldshow would wouldshow
show the actual population populationThat
That Good CandyTry Candy CandyTry
Try Trya a pound of that good candy tha that thatis thatis
is on sale at al Bruce Holladays It i is isthe isthe
the same kind that made the Misses MissesHolladay MissesHolladay
Holladay famous last year year yearas as cand candy candymakers candymakers
makers 25 t tThink tf tfThink
Think Noble in West Virginia VirginiaA
A report from Jackson states that thatCounty thatCounty
County Attorney W H Blarton ofBreathitt oi of ofBreathitt
Breathitt county has received a letter letterfrom letterfrom
from a hamlet in West Virginia ask asking asking ¬
ing for a picture and description of ofJake ofJake
Jake Noble who killed J Wesley Tur Turner Turner ¬
ner jailer of Breathitt county on thenight the theI thenight I
night of November 8 The Breathitt Breathittcounty Breathittcounty
county officers refuse to give the name nameof nameof
of the writer or the town until the theCRCle thecage
ca cage e is investigated According to thewriter the thewriter
writer of the letter a stranger con considerably considerably ¬
siderably under the influence of liquor liquorengagrd liquorengaged
engaged a constable oh the way to totown totown
town the day dayb before fore Christmas in aconversation a aconversation
conversation The stranger said I I Iam Iam
am one of the meanest men that ever everleft everleft
left Kentucky I have killed three threemen threemen
men men and the last man I got was the thejailer thejailer
jailer of my county countyThe countyThe countyThe
The constable immediately reported reportedthe reportedthe
the facts to the authorities authori ties of the theWest theWest
West Virginia county and the stranger strangeris
is beng kept under surveillance until untilthe untilthe
the Breathitt county authorities are areheard areheard
heard from A picture of Noble and anda
a good description were immediatelysent immediately immediatelysent
sent to the writer of the letter and the theBreathitt theBreathitt
0 0hoping
Breathitt county officials are hoping hopingto
to hear hearof of Nobles arrest The re rewards rewards ¬
wards for the arrest of Noble total
501 The county offers 300 of that thatamount thatamount
amount and the relatives of Turner theremainder the theremainder
remainder remainderAsk
Ask for Old John Poindex Poindexter
ter er Whisky None better 4tNoted 4t 4tNoted
Noted Horse Dies DiesNeddie DiesNeddie
Neddie Conners the twenty thousand thous thousand ¬
and dollar stallion of Dr W H Hord Hortiof Hordof
of if Mason county died diedof of uraemicpoisoning uraemic uraemicpoisoning
poisoning He had hada a track record of
209 2 09 and was being used for breednigpurposes breednig breednigpurposes
mrposesSeveral purposes
Several Candidates CandidatesThe CandidatesThe
The death death deathof of County Judge J J JYates JYates
Yates in Georgetown gives the thepower thepowerof powerof power
of appointing his successor to the theGovrenor theGovrenor
Govrenor and several prominent citi citizens citizens ¬
zens are being mentioned for the po position position ¬
sition among them being Squire WH W WH
H Johnson James B Finnell L L LBristow LBristow
Bristow and Squire M H Haggard Haggardthe Haggardthe
the last named being a member of thefiscal the thefiscal
fiscal court courtNinety courtNinety
Ninety Thousand May Strike StrikeMore StrikeMore
More than ninety thousand railway railwlYemployes railwIyemployes
employes in Italy have just completed complet completedthe d dthe
the he taking of a referendum to deter deterrnifie determine
nine what attitude they should assumein assume assumein
in n order to bring about an amelioration amelior amelioration
ation tion of their condition By a great greatmajority greatmajority
majority the men declared in favor of ofa ofa
a strike
strikeJohn
John E Spears Dies in West WestNews WestNews
News was received here Tuesday announcing an anouncing annuuncing
ouncing the death of John EastinSpears Eastin Eastinpears EastinSpears
Spears pears which occurred in Kansas CityMo City CityAo CityMo
Mo Ao on Monday night from heart heart1ise heartdisesse heartdiseEse
diseEse 1ise se He was sixtyfour years of ofjge ofage ofage
age age Mr Spears was born and andraised raised raisedn raisedin raisedin
in n Paris but moved West many years yearsgo yearsago yearsago
ago agoThe go goThe The remains were due to arrive in inthis inthis
this his city yesterday morning morning at ten tenoclock tenoclock
oclock clock But the failure to make con connectiQns connections ¬
nections caused them to be delayed delayedenroute delayedenroute
enroute and they did didnot not arrive until
i15 6 15 when w hen they th y were taken to the Jun un unIdertaking undertaking
Idertaking lertaking establishment of J T Hinton Hin Hinton
ton on from which place they will betaken be betaken
taken this morning at 1030 for burial buri burialin l lin
in n the Paiis Pat i is cemetery Services Servi es at atthe atthe
the grave grave by Dean Capers of Lexing Lexington Lexington
ton
Former ormer Parisian Dies Di s in in Lexing Lexington ¬ I
ton tonMr tonMr
Mr W W Gill aged ag d eighty years yearsdied yearsdied
Med died at his home in Lexington Tuesday TUEsdaymorning Tuesdaymorning
morning and was buried in that city cityyesterday cityyesterday
yesterday afternoon at three oclock oclockHe oclockHe
He le is issurvived survived by his wife one daugh daughterUiss daughter ¬
terUiss ter ter Miss May Maymp me and a son Frank PGill P PGill
Gill of Kansas City MoFor Mo MoFor MoFor
For a number of years Mr Gill was wasa wasa
a i prominent merchant in in this city con c conducting n ndueting ¬
ducting a grocery store in the OddFellows Odd OddFellows
Fellows building corner Fifth andMain and andMain
Main streets for about thirty years yearsDuring yearsDuring
During his business career in Paris he heamassed heamassed
amassed quite a fortune but suffering sufferinglever sufferingreverses
reverses lever ed he was forced to give up his hisbusiness hisbusiness
business in this city and moved toLexington to toLexington
Lexington where wh re he has since residedconducting resided residedconducting
conducting a stall in in the market house housein housein
in that city cityDuring cityDuring cityDuring
During his residence in this city cityMr cityMrGill MrGill Mr
Gill occupied the th house owned by Mr MrSam MrSam
Sam Clay on Pleasant street Heerected He Heerected
erected the residue reside resid meOD e on Winchester Wlnchesterstreet Winchesterstreet
street now owned by Hon J Hal HelWoodford HalWoodford
Woodford which he h oi cupied a shorttime short shotttime
time before he encountered encotu tered his fiian fi fiuan fiuancial lan
cial ial troubles He will rf ill be remembered rememberedby
by a anUmb number r of > our ourolder older citizens citizensr
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There There twill + cill bea be a ameeting meeting of the Rtock Rtockholders stockholders
holders of the First National Nati nal Bank oParis o oj ojParis
Paris on Tuesday January 10 1911 ii in inthe i ithe
the office of said bank between thhours th thE thEhours
hours of 9 a m and 3 3 p pm m for fo the thepurpos th thpurpose
purpose purpose of cifelecting electing officers for th thE thEens thensuing
ensuing ens ng year
C M THOMAS President
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friends and andcust andcustomers customers cust mers +
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age ag accorded ac orded ordedus us dur +
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y 4 ing the past year and nd 4
4 4t 4especially
t + especially the holiday 4 s sseason
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+ season making this the 4 5 r
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most prosperous year 4
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I W W1dTucker EdU Ed Tucker T DC k N F
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e I desire to express my sincere sincere thanks th ks 1Ii i ir
r to my friends andcustomers and customers who who whoh h haver <
so liberally patronized patronizedmy my store the
i it iPastYear I Ipast t past PastYear year yearlam e
e ee lam I am proud prQudof of your confidence and
intend to hold it iti it i
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I trust to be afforded affordedan an an opportunity opportunityto II
to serve serveYou you in in the future f ture
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May the New Year bring you happiv happi i e
ness and prysperity < V VRespectfully
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A Few Bargains Left t t3jf i y
3jf 3jfr5 r5 r5The
t + The following goods we offelaf offer at j jL
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half h halfrice a If price price rice some less I ess than t h an actual ac n h t M
cost cos to o manufacture f
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1 Brass Coal Hod Hodrw w
rw rwr rwBrass
r 1 Brass Fire Set SetJ T
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t 2 handsome China Ch na Fish Sets 3
r 1 handsome China Game Set J t E y
3 3very very large Green Mat Jardeniers T TFORD
L FORD CO < i
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