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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS,' KENTUCKY, APRIL 18, 1911,
Buildings covered over twenty years ago are as good as new
and have never needed repairs. Fireproof Stormproof Hand
some Inexpensive. For. further detailed information apply to
MILLER & BEST, Millersburg, Kentucky.
Kr. NY. M. Hamilton is some better.
Use Clarke's Poultry Remedies'
'SoJd by Clrk & Co , Paris. 14-St
Rev. J. C. Stackhouse preached at
the Baptist church Sunday night.
We can put new tires on your baby
2t JOE NV. MOCK.
Mr. R C. Chanslor was in Cincinnati
on business Wednesday and Thursday.
Our Vacuum Cleaners are now ready
for spring hoqse cleaning. Make your
11 St MILT.BR & BEST.
Mr. Earl Peterson returned Friday
after a few days' visit to friends at
Miss Marisa Smith visited her moth
er, Mrs. Hattie Florence, at Paris a
few days last week.
Master Harris Tackett and little
Mary Louise Collier and Miss Ida May
Ryan are improving.
The majority of the student body ot
M. F. C. and M. M. I. visited thsir
homts during the Easter holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron McConnell spent
the Easter holidays witn his parents.
Mr. ?nd Mrs. NV. T. McConnell, at Mt.
The entertainment given by Dr.
Dyer, wife and brother at the Chris
tian church Friday night was good and
considering the weather was well at
tended. Dr. Dyer and brother are
336 Main Street, - - - Paris, Kentucky
AT THE BIG ELECTRIC SIGN
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Armenians while Mrs. Dyer, wife of
the doctor, is an American lady. The
entertainment consisted of a lecture en
the 'Manners, Habits and Customs of
Armenia." A miscellaneous enter
tainment followed consisting of Ar
menian wedding, Turkish prayer and
costumes of several Oriental nations.
The entertainment was well received
and the crowd was large. Had the
weather not been so uncertain the
house would not have held the crowd.
Mr. R. M. Caldwell spent the Easter
holidays in Maysville.
The ladies of the Methodist church
did well with their Easter sale Satur
day. Mr. M. H. Current returned Friday
afcer a three months' sojourn in Flori
da much improved in health.
Mr. R. C. Chanslor has rccepted a
position with the Hurst Home Insur
ance Copmany and entered on his
Squire E. P. Thomason and son, Mr.
E. M. Thomason attended the funeral
of a brother of Squire Thomason at
Messrs. H. M. Campbell and R. M.
Johnson spent Sunday with Misses
Chambers and Sanders of the M. F.
C, at the home of Miss Chambers at
! Mrs. Hattie Preston left a few days
since for her home at Ashland accom
panied by her sister, Miss Ella Hurt,
who has been quite sick. Their fath
er. Dr. R. T. Hurt, will follow in a
few days, where he and Miss Ella will
make their future home.
To save your money is to buy your
Spring footwear of us, Our showing
of Spring styles is now complete, in
cluding all the popular leathers in
Black, White and Tan Leathers.
Whether you want Women's, Misses,
Children's or Men's Shoes, we can fit
you to perfection. No one is barred
from our Spring style showing of
quality Shoes at the lowest possible
Hurst Home Insuarnce company wera I
in executive session Friday morning j
in the directors' room of the Farmers'
canK. xne iauowmg memoers were
present: J. G. Blair, Carlisle, Wm.
Burroughs, J. NV. Current.J. G. Allen,
President, and F. F. Hurst, secietary.
Mrs. Robert NVilson, of Maysville, is
the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mastm.
Miss Elizabeih Ingles visited rela
tives in Lexington from Saturday till
The Misses Hur&t entertained a
number Df friends at their home Sat
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Shy were the
guests frnm Saturday till Monday of
Mr. J. D. Shy in Pari3.
Miss Elizabeth Ingles spent the
Easter holidays with Iipi uncle, Mr.
A. T. Ross and family at Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. G. NV- Judy, who
have been spending the winter in Lex
ington, returned Friday for the sum
mer. Miss Hazel Duvall, of Paris, who
has been the guest for several days of
Miss Maria Smith returned home
Mr. I. F. Uhanslor.Jr., was a visitor
in Paris and Lexington yesterday.
Mr. Chanslor is rapidly recovering
from the effect of two operations per
formed recently and has been with his
parents here for abojt three weeks.
He will return to Maysville Friday
where he will resume his position with
the J. T. NVood Drug Company.
Bath for School Gymnasium.
The last number of the Morehead
Ly ceum course will be given tonight
followed by a matinee Wednesday.
The High School pupils are making
an effort to raise money to be used in
equipping their gymnaisum with baths.
The Board of Education is willing to
make this much needed improvement
but they cannot spare the money this
year. If the good people will con
tribute by buying the tickets which
the school 1 children are selling the
baths will be ready for use next year.
If endorsements count for anything
the Dudley Buck Concert Co. is unsur
J Born, on Thursday night tp the
! wife of George NVyatt, Jr., nee Board
I man, a son.
Born, in Louisville, recently, to
the wife of Dr. Houston Argabrite, a
son. Dr. Argabrite formerly resided
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Bridesmaids Will Not Participate
A news dispatch from St. Louis tells
of the withdrawal of the four Catholic
bridesmaids from the wedding party of
Miss Cora South Brown, who is well
known in Paris, having frequently
visited here, because the prospective
bridegroom has been divorced. The
dispatch is as follows:
"Four of the Catholic bridesmaids
announced for the wedding of NVilliam
Glasgow O'Fallon and Miss CoraScuth
Brown, 'the most photographed beauty
in St. Louis,' granddaughter of the
late Governor John Young Brown, of
Kentucky, have withdrawn because the
prospective bridergoom has been di
vorced. "The bridesmaids are Misses Lucille
Cates. Miriam Bonist, Virignia Zeibig
and Harriett Lamotte.
"Miss Brown's family is Episcopa
lian and on account of the divorce th1
marriage will take place April 25 in
St. John's Methodist Episcopal church,
of which John J. O'Fallon, great grand
father of the bridegroom, was one of
"O'Fallon owns a ranch at Mercedes
Texas, and he met a pretty divorcee in
San Antonio. O'Fallon was then only
20 years old. They were married after
a short acquaintance, and lived togeth
er six weeks. He returned to St. Louis
and his wife obtained a divorce a year
ago on the ground of desertion.
"O'Fallo is a stepson of NV. S. Mc
Chesner, Jr., general manager of the
Terminal Railroad Association.
"Mrs. John Young Brown, the
bride's mother explained to-night that
none of the girls mentioned as with
drawing as bridesmaids for her daugh
ter were asked to serve, since they
were informed that the bridegroom
was divorced of the church, and it was
decided to request the following to
serve as bridesmaids :
"Misses Malotte Houser, Louise Nu
gent, Irene Clifford, St. Louis; Grace
Hays, Nashville, Trr. ; Caroline
Banks, Henderson, Ky. : Austine Bar
ton, Louisville, and Belle Finlay. Miss
Margaret Ball was chottn maid of
The firm of Curtis & Overby has se
cured the agency for a Columbus firm
for toupees, wigs and hair goods of all
descriptions. The prices on wigs and
toupees range from S15 up . 10 tf
Money to Loan.
NVe have completed arrangements
whereby we can loan you all the
money that you need on first mort
gages on farm property in amounts
ranging from $2,000 up, at the low
rate of Sk per cent with long time and
easy payments. NVe write the best,
safest and cheapest fire, lightning and
tornado insurance that a farmer can
buy and the payments are easy. Insure
with us and borrow all the mooey you
need at 5i per cent. Save your money
O. 1. COLI IER. Agent.
I4a3m liurst Home Insurance Co.
The remains 'of Megibbon Kim
brough reached Cynthiana Saturday
afternoon from Los Angeles, Cal. The
funeral took place from the Megibben
homestead yesterday afternoon at 2
Mrs. Bettie Holland, wife of Mr.
Simon Holland, aged 60 years, died at
her home near Centerville Thursday
after ai. illness of three months. Mrs.
Holland is survived by her husband,
three daughters, Misses Mary, Odie
and Margaret Holland; and four sons,
John, James, Simon. Jr., imd Wm.
Holland. The deceased was a well
known woman of the r,Centerville
neighborhood and was held in high
esteem by all who knew her. The re
mains were taken to Mt. Sterling Fri
day for burial, the services being held
at 2 o'clock at the grave in the Mt.
Now is the Time.
Now is the time to use
Gape Remedy for chicks.
Mr. James Cox, of Paris, and Miss
Leah Frederick, of Maysville, were
married in that city Sunday afternoon
by Rev. W. R. Overly. The bride
groom is a brakeman on the Lexington
division of the Louisville & Nashville
railroad and is popular. The happy
couple took a wedding trip to Cincin
nati by boat.
Cured by the Marvel of the
! Century, B. B. B. Tested for
Hawking, spitting, foul breath, dis
charges of yellow matter permanent
ly cured with pure botanical ingred
ients. To prove it we will send yon a
SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE
Catarrh is not only dangerous but
it causes ulcerations, death and decay
of bones, kills ambition, often causes
loss of appetite, and reaches to gen
eral debility, idiocr and insanity. It
needs attention at once. Cure it by
taking Botaric Blod Balm (B. B B.)
It is a quick, radical, permanent
cure because it rids the system ot the
poison germs that- cause catarrh. At
the same timo Blood Balm (B. B B.)
purifies the blood, does away with
every sympthom of catarrh. B. 15. B.
sends a tingling flood of warm, rich,
pure blood direct to the paralyzed
nerves, and parts affected by catarr
hal poison, giving warmth and
strength just where it is needed, and
in teis way making a perfect, lasting
cure of catarrh in all its forms,
Druggists or by exsress, $1 per large
bottle, with directions for heme cure.
Samples sent free by writing Blood
Balm Co,, Atlanta, Ga. Describe
your trouble and free medical advice j
Eraser In the Laundry.
One instrument of cleanliness found
in a 'first-class laundry is a rubber
eraser, "That is needed to rub the
pencil marks from cuffs," said the man
ager. "We used to throw that kind of
correspondence into soap water and
try to wash it clean, but marks made
by some nenrlls snnVpl in Instpd of
washing out, and left the cuffs splotch
ed and streaked, so they are now treat
ed to a preliminary dry scrub with an
There will be a mass convention at the Old Christian Church,
Saturday, April 29, 1911,
at 1:30 p. m.f to select delegates to attend the District Convention
to be held in Paris, Ky., May 3rd, at 1 p. m., for the purpose pi
nominating a candidate for Railroad Commissioner.
GEO. W. STUART,
Chairman Republican County Committee.
Our I itip nf
Iver is Very Complete.
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I wedding gifts. I
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The "House of Quality" only car
ries the very best in Solid Silver
and we can give you anything
a teasnoon to a tea-set.
SHIRE & FITHIAN, Jewelers,
Both Phone :
Mary Eliza Allen
eiiieion upring uiules
For thirty-two years Nettleton shoes have T&
stpod for true economy to the man of mod- K
erate means, ana to tne man ot wealtn the
best that money could obtain.
In style they are
other makes, we have tne bpring line of
Nettleton Shoes and Oxfords in patent leath
er, black and tan Russia calfskins and glaz
They are here for your inspection at a
time that suits your convenience.
The Shoe Man.
We carry a complete assortment and bear
$ in mind our prices are
4 Curtain Stretchers,
& Mop Wringer Buckets,
f Feather Dusters,
t Ceiling Brooms,
Mops, Scrub Brushes,
4 Brooms, Dust Pans,
! As to Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers, $
we have the White Mountain;
Moonshiner Brought From Okla
Deputy United States Marshal Tal
bert Holliday arrived in Lexington
Friday from Guthrie, Okla., having in
custody John Newberry, of Breathitt
county. Newberry was indicted for
moonshining near Jackson, skipped cut
to Oklahoma, set up a still in thn new
country, was caught with the gnods
and given a jail sentence, which has
just expired. He is to be tried for
rrconshining in Kentucky.
fpHinor SiL 1
Wins No. 1296
a little in advance of 1
Carpet and Matting Tacks ;
given, bole Dy varaen & son.