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.THE BOURBON NEWS.PAWS, KENTUCKY, MAY 26, 1911.
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f fffi BOURBON NEWS.
riRST. LAST. AND ALL THE TIME
Hammocks of every kind
at J. T. Hinton's.
Iherewillbea stated conclave of
C -ur de Lion Comraandery No. 26, K.
. on May 26, 1911, at 7:30 p. m. for
. ' k in business of importance.
ear Millersburg on Monday at 1 :30
r y., the stock barn of Mr. Horace
' rdv was struck by lightning, setting
jf fire. The building and contents
-e totally consumed.
Fire and Tornado Insurance.
t " Thomas & Woodford.
.if Manhattan shirts just received.
i .oiee patterns all sleeve lengths.
53 to $2.5U.
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
Mr. R.J. Neely
from a serious illness.
Miss Nellie Ford is visiting Mrs.
J. M. Arnold in Covington.
Mr. Harry Simon rwss in Cincin
nati yesterday on business.
Judge Osborne, of Cynthiana, was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Wm.'Minogue and daughter,
of this cilv. are visitine relatives in
.Trf . - mr
Mrs. W. P. Hume, who recently
suffered a slight strokeof paralysis, is
Mrs. Edward Hibler and son of
this city, are visjting Mrs. John Hall
Capt. John Blake- and wife are at
Hot Springs, Ark., for the benefit of
the latter's health.
Dr. C. J. Clark 'returned Tuesday
from Little Rock, Ark., where he at
tenrieJ the Confederate reunion.
Mrs Anna Thornton and daughter,
Miss Anna, have returned homf after
Ccmet Closed in Ailernooii.
U' :il futther notice, or during the
r at hot spell, the Comet Theatre
' 1 j closed in the afternoon, open
is ach evening at 7 o'clock and con-
i -i ig until 9:30. During the coming
.p.jl electric fans will be installed.
At Any Price.
and lawn furniture at any
a visit to Mrs. J. l rlanley in
Chief of Police J. C. Elgin, who
has becn-confined to his bed for sever
al days with illness is able to J)2 out
xMiS3 Catherine Owens, of Man
Chester, Ohio, is the guest of her cous
irs. the Mioses Owens, on South Main
The.Cynthiana Democrat gives the
following account of the wedding of
WMiss Elizabeth Huerkamp, ot that
city, to Mr. Richard T. Welling, or
Paris, which occurred in that city
"The marriage of Mies Elizabeth
Huerkamp and Mr. Richard T. Welling
was beautifully solemnized at St. Ed
wards Church yesterday morning at
seven o'clock, with a nuptial mass, the
Rv. Cion A Rpalnr nfficiatinflf.
"The altars were beautifully and
effectively decorated with ferns,
peonies and garlands of smilax. At
the end of the pews were huge bunch
es of asparagus fern tied with white
tulle. The long wide aisles were
rnvPTPfl with white linen.
"The bidal party entered to the
strains of the Lohengrin bridal chorus.
The ushers, Messrs. Herman Huer
kamp and John Linehan came up the
side ai≤the groom and his best man,
Mr. .1. Harrv Welline. of Covington,
came up the right aisle and were met
at the steps of the sanctuary by the
pretty bridesmaid, Miss Anna Huer
kamp, who came up the center aisle
"The-b:idesmaid looked chaiming in
a dress of Nile green batiste, with
white hat. She carried a huge shower
bouquet of maiden-hair ferns. Last
appeared the charming bride, always
pretty but unusually so on this oc
casion. She ore a lovely Swiss dress
trimmed in Irish crochet and Valen
ciennes lace. Her large white hat
was trimiied with plumes. She carri
ed a handsome shower bouquet of bride
i'iikph nnrl va ev l ies. Ai me nuau
., public Sale. -
Two valuable pieces of ' Main street
property belongingto Mrs. M. A. Pat
on ull be offered at public sale on
Saturday May 27 at two o'clock p. m.
Sec the ad.
Plain and Special.
Sharpen Lawn Mowers,
Make the Best Blue Grass Knife
Put new blades on Old Blue Grass
Repair Gasoline Engines, Auto
mobiles, Pumps and any kind of
machine that need repairing.
Sam'i Kerslake & Son.
Tor the Next Ten Days.
Our Stock is too large and must be reduced Come
and benefit by it.
W. Ed, Tucker.
Tr M U Doilcv J'oc
from Ower.fcboro where he uttended jof the aisle she was met by the groon
the meeting o tna btate uentai Asso- ana togemer tney proceeutu iu mc
J. T. HINTON'S.
Eider Carey E. Morgan, of this city,
will go to Lexington Sunday evening
o preach the baccalaureate sermon to
he graduating class of Campbell
Hsgerman College at the Central
( hristian church.
See the Advertisement.
Read the advertisement of the sale
of the Paton property tomorrow
See the Windows.
See the window display of Bennie
Weissberg today and tomorrow. Suits
f.50 and S10 and up.
Special Train to Maysville.
The L. & N. will run a special train
to Maysville Sunday for the purpose
of taking care of the crowd that will
attend the ball game there, between
ihn Par? rlnn nnrl the team of that
city. The train will leave Paris at
12:30, and returning, will leave Mays
ville at 7:00 p. m. The round trip fare
will be 51.
Atlanta coca cola, malt mead, pop of
all Havors, ice cold at all times. The
best of cold and hot lunches.
J AS. E. CKAVEN.
See the Windows.
See the window display of Bannie
vv;.;horir tndav .ind tomorrow Suits
..50, and $10 and up.
Arm Broken by Fall.
Mrs. Nannie Clark, wife of Dr. C.
.1. Clark, met with a painful accident
Sundav evening. Mrs. Cl3ik is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Pattie lou Koh
lass, at Winchester, and while at her
home slipped and fell breaking her
arm. Medical aid was quickly sum
moned and the fractured member set.
She is getting along as well as could
Attend the sale of the Main street
property of Mrs. M. A. Paton tomor
row. Good Lot Sale.
At Flemingsburg Tuesday the Henry
Realty Company, of this city, disposed
ot nineteen building lots in what is to
he known as Fant Addition. The lots
averaged $205 each. Dr. D. S. Henry,
who is at the head of the realty com
pany, donated to the city of Flemings
burg one acre of ground at the end of
the new addition, which is to be im
proved by the city and used as a park.
It will be known as Fant Park.
Don't forget the sale of Main street
property tomorrow. The Paton
property opposite Fordham Hotel.
See Me First.
llnn'f hnv n lawn swine until you
see those J. T. Kinton is showing. His
pi ices are the lowest.
New Ice Cream Plant.
1 have recently intsilled machinery
and equipped a plant for freezing ice
cream. Cream will be furnished and
delivered at your house properly pack
ed in ice at the following prices:
Quart, 35 cents; one-helf gallon, 65
cents; gallon. $1.25. Orders for Sun
day should be made not later than
Saturday evening. Fresh milk and
the richest rream delivered in any
part of the city. Home phone No. 6.
J. H. BATTERTON.
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. McKinney
have returned to Paris, after a visit to
their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Branden
burg, in Winchester.
Miss Mattie Lilleston arrived
Tuesday from Barboursville, where
she has had a class in music and will
spend the summer at home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Frank took
their son, Russell, to Louisville, where
he will undergo a silght operation,
which is to be performed by Dr. Louis
Miss Annie Howard Etnbry, a
pupil of Miss Nan Wilson, cave a
piano recital at the High School Audi
torium last evening. She was assisted
by Mr. Frank Fithian.
Mr. C. E. Rice,of Fulton, cashier
nf fV)P C.Uv National Bank, of that
citv. attended the bankers' conventiun
and was the guest of his father, Mr.
K. in. Harris, on rieasant; sireer.
Judge J. 'J. Osborne, of Cynthi
ana, was. in the city yesterday and
with Judge Harmon Stitt was taking
deposition in a case to come up in thu
Harrison Circuit Court at the next
'Dr. Raymond McMillan is here
from Louisville visiting his mother,
Mrd. Sallie McMillan, in East Paris.
Dr. McMillan graduated from the
Louisville College of Dentistry Mon
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Campbell and
Mrs. A. F. Farley, of Lexington, and
Mrs. W. A. Calloway, of Louisville,
were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarene Ashurst. Mrs Calloway wil
remain until Sunday. I
The Winchester Sun-Sentinel says :
"Mr. aLd Mrs. .Lee Wainscott enter
tained with a charming Jining on Mon
day. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Rogers, of Bourbon county; Mr.
ad Mrs. H. A. Rogers ; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Rogers. A delicious and sub
stantial menu was served."
ceremony an elaborate
vcrfvlrlintr hrnnkfast was served at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hueikamp. The color
scheme of the wedding, green and
white, was carried out in the icep,
cakes, etc. The happy couple left on
the 8:51 train for a two weeks' trip to
New York, Atlantic City and other
eastern points. On their return they
will go to housekeeping in Paris,
where the groom is connected with the
jewelry firm, Shire & Fithian. A great
number of handsome gifts were receiv
ed." The following handsomely enrgav
ed invitations have been sent out:
Mrs. William Rcgers Thomas
requests the honor of your presence
at the marriuge of her diughtar
Mr. Robert Walton Riunsvjll
on the evening of Wrrincsday, the
seventh ot Junr, stss o'clock
at the F'ust Chihiiau Church
Marriace l'cer.s s were issued
Wednesday tn Mr. Win. Combs and
Miss Birdie Wiltoughly and Mr. Her
man Cook and Miss Lula Vickers.
They were united ia nnrriage by
Squire L. J. Fretwell in lite oilice in
the court house.
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Hot Weather Essentials.
Fresh Brick, Imported Swiss and
New York Cream Cheese, minced ham,
boiled ham, canne meats of all kinds.
Best ice tea on the market
23 2t T. LENIHAN.
See Bennie Weissberg's
window for $8.50 and $10
Sugar Cured Nothing finer For Seasoning
Our Price per lb.
The Best Starch Made
3 Five Cent Boxes For 10c
II e mi mtm
.The following compo-ed a jolly
party that made a trip up Stoner creek
last evening: Misses Ruth Soper,
Fannie Bamberge, Florence Nooe,
Jessica Litsey, Margaret Ardery, Bes
sie Lord, Katherine Murphy, Annie
Fori Peed. Messrs. Robin Horton,
Davis Weeks, Ireland Davis, I'.laire
Varden. Fay Ardery, Wm. Cooper,
Wm. Howard, Roy Batterton, Wallace
Clark and Fithian Fanes. The party
was taken to the ford in the launch
of the Chippewa Club where a delici
ous lunch was served.
The annual reunion of the Alumnae
of Miilersburg Female College took
place Monday morning, May 22. After
an attractive program and the unveil
ing of the Trueheart portrait in the
college chapel, an elegant banquet was
served to the Alumnae and guests in
the M. F. C. dining room by the ladies
of the Baptist church. The following
Paris ladies were present and respond
ed to toasts: Mr. W. G. McClintock,
"The Luncheon;" Mrs. E. F. Clay,
"The Alumnae Association;" Mrs.
John Connell, "Mrs. Trueheart."
Straw hats-now have the stage
r hat the center of it. You'll
iust the right sphere. & qq
Get your postage stamps
from Varden & Son, Ober-
Arfr Fnrrlriam Hotel, or
Brooks' drug store.
Beautiful Gifts for Commence -
We have a beautiful line of books
and other very appropriate gifts for
school graduates. pAuisB00KC0
Preaching at the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning and evening
by the pastor, Rev. Dr. B. M. Shive.
Rev. O. B. Crockett will preach to
thp. Methodist concrecration at the
court house Sunday morning and even
ing at the usual hours.
Elder Carey E. Morgan will be in
his pulpit Sunday morning at the
Christian church. Sunday evening
Elder Morgan will be absent from the
city and his pu Ipit will be filled "by
Rev. I. J. Spencer, of Lexington.'
Rev. E. M. Lightfoot, pastor Bap
tist church, preached Sunday at 10 :45
a. m. and 7 30 p. m. Sunday School
at 9 :30 a. m. Subject in the morning
"Overtaken With a' Fault;" at nrght
"The Folly of Kind Deeds." Travel
ing men especially invited.
Rev. Dr. B. M. Shive has return
ed from several days' trip to Owens
boro and Campbellsville. Dr. Shive
delivered the baccalaureate sermon to
the graduating class of the Campbells
ville Collegiate Institute of which
Prof. W. L. Dawson, formerly of this
city, is principal, and also preached
the annual Ascension . day sermon to
the Owensboro Commandery Knights
Templar in that city Sunday.
Gef One For Baby
Nothing delights baby more
than to lie taten every wucrc
mother goes. With the Oriole
ing on cars,
baby with you
and never lift
ing him out
pull a cord
and the Go
tles gentlj- to
or can be
ca s e-.
and RjEllW fM
can also be used as a High Chair, Bassinet
or Baby Jumper. Most economical article
ever invented for children. Physicians
endorse its use.
If you are thinking of buying a coach
for baby let us talk it over with you.
I AM THE
iTnnr mom house, larce barn and
nthpr nuthouses, together with about
fivp p.nrps of trround in the city limits.
Apply to .
T. P. WOODS,
24 tf or GEO. RASSENFOS3
Another Big Mortgage Filed.
Another big mortgage has been filed
for record in County Clerk Paton s
oftifo ir ic that of the Kentucky
Traction and Terminal Company to the
Commercial Trust Company of Phila
delphia, trustee. The mortagge is
dated May 13. S1911. and is given tc
sscura $7,500,000 first and refunding
mortgage bonds. The street rai.way
is covered by the mortgage, ihe
mortgage covers 62 large printed
page3 and n dti Ftbmsr 1, 195L -
Pasture for fifty or more mules. Write
termS t0 J. J. GROSCHB.
23 3t Paris, Ky.
Today is Ladies Day.
Today is ladies' day at the Paris
ii I. oh ail indies who nesire to
witness the game between the Law
makers and the Bjurbonites, which
will be the last of the series, will have
the opportunity of doing so without
Ail members of Paria Lodge No. 2,
F. & A.'.M.. are requested to meet at
lodge room at three o'clock this after
noon .for attending funeral of Bro
- mr Cfnllwnrthv.
CHAS W. FITHIAN. W. M.
M. H. H. UAVI3, Sec'y.
My best is the NORTH STAR,
My good is the STAR,
My cheap is the MAJESTIC,
My cheapest is the NEW ICEBERG.
Grass Seed Strippers for sale,alraost
good as new, with good combs.
B B. D. GOFF.
23 5t Winchester, KyJ
Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Ambulance. Fumigating.
TELEPHONES: Day Phones, store, 36. Night and Sunday Thones, W. O. Hin
lon, residence. 56; J. T. Hinton, residence 22; J. B. Dempsy, Home 'Phone 286.
XTnrWn rnlrntrn on Scott Avenue.
Piv mm?, hath, olnctria lizhts and
7lgas. Call East Temi233e3 phone -691. 1
J. T. HINTON