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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR.
PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911.
Men arc! Women, sell guaranteed
hose, 70 per cent profit. Make $10
daily. Full or part time. Beginners
investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chest
nut street, Philadelphia, Pa. 31 5t
Insure with W. O. Hinton.
Prompt paying non - union
Bom. Tuesday Light to the wife of
William Lancaster, nee Currant, a son,
weight eight pounds.
The Troubadours February 22.
The Troubadours Amusement Com
pany will appear in concert at Elks
building, on Wednesday evening, Feb.
22, at 8 o'clock. After the show, a
grand ball all for 50 cent. Every
body expected. Don't disappoint your
self. The Troubadours will present the fol
Helen Harkness, Reader.
Michael Briglia, Violin.
Nichol Briglia, Flute.
Michael Varallo. Harp.
John Varallo, Violin.
1. Ungarische Lustsiel Overture
(Keler Bela) Orchestra.
2. Spoken Songs a. Jest a Weaiy
in' for You. b. Some Day When
Dreams Come True. c. See Saw.
Miss Helen Harkness.
3. Flute Solo The Butterfly- (Theo
Bendix) Mr. Nichol Briglia
4. Alpine Violets (Ludwig Andre)
5 The Amphitheatre Scene from
the "Last Days of Pompeii-Miss Hel
6. Harp Solo The Troubadours
Mr. Michael Varallo.
7. Violin Solo Mazurka de Concert
(Ovide Mussin) Mr. Michael Briglia.
h. Impersonations a Old Men. b.
Types of Negroes, c. Small Children
and Boys Miss Helen Harkness.
l. Bridal Rose (Lavelle)- Orchestra.
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jfo Standard Granulnted Sugar. 20 lbs $1.00
fl Prunes, large size, per lb 10 ii
J Indianola Corn, 2 cans 15 y
New York Cream Cheese ber lb 20 )
jj Evaporated Peaches, fancy, per lb .10 fy
jij Evaporated Apricots, fancy, per lb 15 fy
j Royal Baking Powder per lb 43 jjff
jfo , j 3 lb. Standard Tomatoes, 3 cans 25 fy
j Lenox Soap, 3 bars 10
jfjj Scudders' Maple Syrup, per quart can 30 fy
ifr Ohio Chief Maple Syrup, per quart can 30 fjff
$jjf Best quality Green Tea, per lb .75 yj
ty Good Quality Green Tea per lb .50 j
ty Arbuckle's Coffee per lb 23 (fo
ttjf Pineapple, Queen, 2 lb. can '. 20 jj
W Peas, extra small, 2 cans 25 jjjfc
ft Ricf fancy, per lb .08 $)
JS Navy P.eans, per lb 05 Sfy
Toilet Paper, 3 rolls 10 f
The Grocery Store of Quality. $
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Both Phones 234 w
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Price & Co.,
The marriage of Miss Blanche
Bledsoe Thompson to Mr. Isaac Cun
ningham H&Iey was solemnized Wed
nesday evening at the Christian chruch
at Clintonville. It was a beautiful
ceremony and gracefully and impres
sively said by President C.C. Fisher of
the College at Millersburg.
The color scheme of the wedding was
J pink'and green and was very prettily
carried out in ine acorauons aim
bridesmaids' gowns. At the back of
the puplit and surrounding it, form
ing a semi-circle, was banked hand
some palms and ferns and to each side
tall cathedral candlesticks with lighted
tapers complete a nerfect setting for!
the ceremony. There were additional
decorations of jardiniers of handsome
The lovely wedding music was play
ed by Miss Ethel Fisher who is a
beautiful blonde of the daintiest type.
Miss Fisher was becomingly gowned in
pink messaline. Mr3. Sutherland sang
three beautiiul solos. "Love, the High
wayman." "Entreaty" and "I Love
Lohengrin's wedding march heralded
thhe approach of the bridal party.
First came the ushers, Mr. Albert
Haley, of .Lexington, and Mr. Badger
Robinson, of Mt. Sterling. Simul
taneously from the other aisle came
Mr. G. C. Thompson, Jr., and Mr.
.Tamps Carroll Bryan.
The maid of honor, Miss Myra Booth,
followed alone. She was very hand
some in a graceful gown of pink mes
saline and carried a huqe bunch of
pink rosss. Next came "the bride on
the arm of her father. Mr. A. S.
Thompson, and the bridegroom with
his best man, Mr.
before the waiting
a The bride is the beautiful daughter
of Hon. and Mrs. A S. Thomson, and
numbers her friends and admirers by
the score. She wore a beautiful wed
ding gown of soft chrystal satin trim
med in pearls, whu:h was very becom
ing to her girlisn beauty.
The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. W.Haley and one of the most
popular and highly esteemed young
men of Bourbon county.
Mr. and Mrs. Haley were the recipi
ents of large nnmber of handsome and
After the ceremony the wedding
party was entertained at the home of
the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. fW.
W. Haley. Later Mr. and Mrs. Haley
left for a wedding journey South. 3
Wm. Fagan. of
the couple stood
minister for the
Services at the Clintonville Chris
tian church next Lord's Day, February
19 by the pastor. Elder A. Sanders, as
follows: 10 a. m., Bible school New
ton Shropshire, Superintendent; 11 a.
m., preaching, subject, "111 Gotten
Gains Curse the Possessor;" 6:30 p.
m., song and prayer service; 7 p. m.,
preaching, subject, "The Five Great
Divisions of the Gospel." At 7 "p.m.
Saturday the Loyal Classes will meet
with Brotner Walker Nelson. The
birthday of George Washington will be
appropriately observed at the church
February 22 at 7 p. m. Miss Grace
Havvis, an elocutionist, will give a
recital, and a vocalist is expected.
Mr. Kelly Brent, formerly,of Paris,
who is now located in Kansas City,
Mu., has contributed a memorial win
dow which is to be placed in a new
Episcopal church now bing erect
ed in that city, in honor ot his mother-in-law,
Mrs. Ellen Hart Talbott, and
.step-mot her, Mrs. Martha Payne Brent.
Mrs. Talbott was the mother of W. G.
and T. Hart Tablott, of this county,
and his step-mother was the mother of
Mrs. J as. K. Ford and Mrs. John C.
News has been received here of
the death f of Mrs. Aylette Bedford,
formerly of Bourbon county, which oc
curred at her home in Hobart, Okla.,
Tuesday. Her husband preceded her
to the grave several months ago. Mrs.
Bedford was a sister of the late San
ford Talbott, of Paris, and the mother
of M. S. Talbott, of this county, and
Albert Talbott, of Sharpsburg.
Mrs. Kittie Withers, widow of the
late James S. Withers, died at her
home in Cynthiana Wednesday morn
ing at one o'clock, suddenly, from
heart trouble. Mr'. Withers, who had
been in feeble health .since the death
of her husband last August, seemed
considerably better Tuesday. She was
able to leave bpr mom, and with the
assistance of the nurse took a short
walk out of doors.
She retired f jirly well, and slept
until after twelve o'clock. At about
12:30 she called the nurse and asked
for a pbysiciai., saying she had a very
stranpe feeling. Dr. Marshall Mc
Dowell was summoned, but by the
time he reached the bedside thepatient
was unconscious. She failed to 'respond
to stimulants, and died at one o'clock.
Mrs. Withers was a daughter of
Greenup and Elizabeth Clay Reming
ton, and was born in Cynthiana on
March 14, 1856. Three children sur
vive, Mrs. Jos. W. Davis, of this city ;
Mrs. Bailey D. Berry, of Liexington;
Rodney S. Withers, of Cynthiana
James A. Remington, of Cynthiana,
was her brother. B. F. Remington,
of Paris, was her half-brother; Mrs.
Elizabeth Smith, of Cynthiana, and
Mrs. Caroline Taylor, of Kansas City,
Mo., were her half-aisters. Mrs.
Withers was a member of the Chris
tian church and for many years she
was an .active participant in church
affairs. The funeral will take place
at her late residence this afternoon at
two o'clock. The services will be eon
ducted by Rev. W. E. Ellis. Burial
' will follow at Battle Grove.
Mr. R. H. Swaffield, representingthe
Slobe vailoring Co.
will make a display of the very latest fabrics
ir; suitings at our stere on
February 16, 17 and 18
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