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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FBIDAY IN THE YEAB.
PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911.
Insure with W. O. tlinton.
Prompt paying non - union
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Order Quick, as They Will
Not Last Long.
Accessories For The
Charming Novelties in I
Unique Collars of Lace I
Latest Embroidered and I
New Shetland Veils.
A. M. CADEN,
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Stf us and you will spend less and eat more than you
could a year ago.
Standard Granulated Sugar, 19 pounds $1.00
Pure Hog Lard, per pound 12
White Bacon, per pound - .10
Country Bacon, per pound 14
Sliced English Cured Bacon, per pound 20
Sliced Breakfast Bacon, per pound 24
Small Hams, per pound 12 1-2
Lenox Soap, 8 bars 25
Argo Starch. 3 boxes 10
3-pound Standard Tomatoes, 3 cans 25
California Table Peaches, 2 cans 35
Indianola Corn, 2 cans 15
Navy Beans, 3 quarts : 25
Prunes, per pond 10
Fancy Apricots, evaporated,, per pound 15
Rolled Oats, 2 boxes 15
New York Cream Cheese, per pound 20
Standard Coal Oil, per gallon 10
THE FLOUR OF QUALITY
Blu? Bibbon Flour, 25 lb. Sack 65
Blue Ribbon Flour, 50 lb. Sack 1.30
Blue Ribbon Flour, 100 lb. Sack 2.55
The Grocery Store of Quality.
T. C. LEN3MAN, Prop.
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The "Secret Service" of
Eighty-five per cent, of the style of a gar
ment is contributed by the tailoring-fifteen
per cent comes from the DESIGNING.
1 Collars hand worked, not
2 Finer than fine hair
cloth. 3 Linings stand wear, be
cause they're standard.
4 Linen canvas stays, cold
wa er foreshrunk.
5 Keep-shape comes from
G All silk stitching all
7 Buttons shanked and
sewed on by hand "for
8 Edging silk st titched by
9 Every tailor a bench
bred" custom tailor.
10 All cutting done singly
11 Plaids and stripes match
ed by hand.
12 Cloth cut on full lines.no
skimping or schamping.
When, you buy a "High-Art" Suit here, you get
clothes with the "air" and the wear that come 'from the
finest materials procurably right through and time-taking
hand tailoring all through 18 to $32 50,
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A brilliant wedding of Wednesday
evening was that of Miss Matilda
Alexander and Itr. Buckner Woodford,
Jr., which was solemnized at the
Presbyterian church, Rev. Francis J.
Cheek, of Louisville, the bride's for
mer pastor, officiating with a very
beautiful and impressive ceremony.
The enurch decorations, which werci
done by Cu.cinnati florists, were very ,
elaborate and beautiful ui the baster
colors, green and white. The choir
loft and rostrum were banked with
graceful ferns, palms and rubber
plants, with here and there vates of
tall Easter lillies and bunches of fra
grant plum blossoms. This was light-1
ed with white lights and cathedral
candles, which made a becoming back
ground for the wedding party.
Miss Frances Johnson played the
wedding music which wa3 a program
of fitting selections, during the.assem
bling of the guests. "1 Love You
Truly" was played at the approach of
the bridal party which entered the
church in the following manner: From
the center aiele came Mr. James Buck
ner and Mr. Chenault Woodford, of
Mt. Streling, then Mr.Woodtord Buck?
ner and Dr. Ben Frank, of New York.
Following were Mr. Clarence Thomas
and Mr. Catesby Spears. Frum the
rihgt aisle came the bridegroom with
his best man, his father, Mr. Buckner
Simultaneously from the center aisle
came the bride with her dame of hon
or, her sister, Mrs. Ulie J. Howard, of
Covington. Meeting at the altar
forming a semi-circle, where the cere
mony was said.
The bride is petite with lovely
auburn brown hair which waives natu
rally. Her gown as a beautiful
Parisian creation of embroidered
chiffon over soft crystal satin was
made on the empire lines with panels
of hand embroidery ingraceful sprays
of wheat. The bodice" was fashioned
low withjbertha and yoke of exquisite
point lace which waB worn by the
bride's mother when she was the
beautiful Miss Belle Brent. The bride's
veil, which was bordered with point
lace, was fastened in the hr.ir with
sprays of orange blossoms and she car
ried a bouquet of gardenias and valley
Mrs. Howard, the dame of honor, is
of the same type as the bride and the
sisters' likeness is very striking. Mrs.
Howard wore a magnificent imported
lace robe embroidered in clusters of
rosebuds made of satin, over white
messaline with bodice of crystal lace
made with Dutch neck. She carried a
bouquet of Catherine Merrait roses.
Mrs. Owen Davis was handsome in
a lovely gown of black voille elaborate
ly trimmed with jet. Mrs. Alexander,
the bride's mother, was beautiful in a
black satin gown veiled in net.
After the wedding a charming recep
tion was given Mr. and Mrs. Wooaford
by the bride's mother, Mrs. Charlton
Alexander at her lovely home on
South Main street. The guests were
received by Mr. and Mrs. Woodfoid,
Mrs. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Owtn
Davis, Mr. ana Mrs. Ulie Howard.
The house with its exquisite furnish
ing was more beautiful in its decora
tions of gorgeous pink hydrangias,
white spyria, pink and wnite carna
tions and Easier lillies. The hall was
banked with plants, the stairway was
garlanded with French asgaragus while
graceful bouquets of Easter lillies,
tied with soft bows of white decorated
The drawing rcom was lavish in
its decorations of hanging baskets and
wall vsses of pink hydranigasand pink
and white carnations.
The bride's table was in the dining
rxom and vas beautiful in the wedding
colors. The table was round and wore
an exquisite lace cover. In the center
of this was a huge gold basket of pink
roses. Surrounding this were silver
candlesticks with white candles, also
silver baskets holding pink and white
confections. The dining room was
decorated in pink and white carna
tions. The guests numbered about one
hundred and fifty and were served at
small tables in the drawing rcom, par
lors and halls and on the piazza,
which was enclosed in canvas and pro
fusely decorated with palms, ferns
and hanging baskets and wall vases
filled with carnations in pink and
white. It was lighted with electric
lights with Japanese shades.
A delicious course supper was serv
ed by the St. Nicholas Hotel, of Cin
cinnati. During the reception hours
Schmittie's orchestra played a pro
gram of delightful music.
After the reception Mi. and Mrs.
Woodford left for an extended wedding
journey thraugh the west and upon
their return they will go to housekeep
ing in the handsome home on Tenth
The presents were displayed in the
third story and numbered several
hundred. In the collection were ex
quisite pieces of silver, rock crystal,
Dresden and Coalport china, Oriental
rugs and brass. The gift of the
bride's mother was a case of handsome
silver of the Georgian pattern.
The gift of the groom's father was
several dozen pieces of elegant fiat
The out-of-town guests for the wed
ding were: Hon. and Mrs. It. P.
Ernst, Miss Sarah Ernst, Miss Emily
Woodall, Mr. Frank Woodall, Mr. Per
rah Coke, Hon. and Mrs. Harvey
Myera, Mr. and Mrs. Ulie J. Howard
and Charlton Alexander Howard, of
Covington; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brent
and Miss Nicholie Belle Brent, of Lex
ington ; Miss Ethel Thomas and Miss
Clay Croxton, Mr. Walton Rounsevall,'
of Winchester; Mrs. Gobson Taylor,
of Tucson, Arizona; Hon. Rhodes
Shackleford, Mr. Tutt Burnharo, of
Richmond ; Mr. and Mrs. William Gay,
Mr. Chenault Woodford. Mt. Ster
ling; Mrs. Harold Stillwell, of Hanni
bal, Mo. ; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gay, i
Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Gay. and Mr.
and Mrs. Carroll Hamilton, of Mt.
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"We Know How."
WITH it we herald for you our fresh new
styles to go with the season. You
think of clothes with the Spring and your
best interests must turn your mind toward
In this you are
of Spring styles
wise, for in our large stock
there is no better clothes
value in the world.
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