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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND PRIDAY IN THE YEAR.
PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911.
Ice Cream Plant at Elemendorf.
"An ice cream plant with a capactity
of eighty gallons an hour is to be
established at the Elemendorf dairy in
Fayette county, ana it will be ready
for operation in ten days. The plant
is now being fitted up and it is planned
to furnish ise cream not only to the
Bine Grass but also to Cincinnati.
The establishment of an ice cream
plant at the Elemendorf dairy has
been talked of for more than a year,
but only recently have the plans been
perfected and deiinite arrargements
for its operation made.
Old Soldier Tortured.
"For years I suffered unspeakable
torture from indigestion, consti' ation
and liver trouble, "wrote A. K.Smith,
a war veteran at Erie, Pa-, 'but Dr.
King's New Life Pills fixed me all
right. They're simply greau." Try
them for any stomach, liver or kidney
trouble. Onljr 25c at Oberdorfer's
Dead Body Found.
The dead body of W. K. Boone, aged
about forty, a well known Danville
citizen, was found lying beside the
Queen & Crescent track at Brannon,
six miles from Lexington early Tues
day morning. His skull was fractured
and the position in which he was lying
indicated that he had fallen from a
train and struck his head against the
end of a cress tie. .There were no
other marks on his body.
Boone bought a ticket from Lexing
ton to Danville and investigation
shows that he left on the late tiaiu for
Planning Big Democratic Barbe
A big Democratic barbecue is being
planned by Col. G. R. Keller and
Senator Chas. W. Mathers, of Carlisle,
to be held at Lower Blue Lisk Springs,
which is one of the most popular sum
mer resorts in this section, the scene
of the battle of Blue Licks, and locat
ed near the "dges of Nichoals, Robert
son, Harrison, Mason, Fleming.
Bracken and other counties and easy
of acces3. being on the old Maysville
and Lexing'on turnpike.
It is planned to have the nominefs
ior state omces auena ana marce
speeches, and an effort will be made
to secure the attendance of Senator
John Sharp Williams, Speaker Champ
Clark and others. Congressman Ollie
M. James, nomiuee for United States
Senator, will be Especially urged to
That the big meeting will be held is
now certain, and Col. Keller and Sena
tor Mathers are at Louisville iwith a
view ot securing the attendance of the
Farmers are offering free of charge
lambs and beeves for the barbecue.
Great interest in the suggestion is
being taken, and every effort will be
made to make the barbecue the great
est political neeting ever held in this
section of the State. It will probably
be held in August.
Hot Weather Specials.
Ipmorted Swiss cheese, Roqueford,
Brick and New York cream cheese,
boiled ham, minced ham, bologna
sausage and canned meats of all kinds
18 2t T. LENIHAN.
Down Goes the
Ice Plant Running
Tht fear of an ice famine in this
section is relieved to a great extent
by the plant of the Paris Ice Company
resuming operations and is now run
ning at its full capacity.
For several days the plant was out
of commission as the result of a break
in the machinery and it was impossi
ble to meet the demand made for ice
from adjoining towns and at the same
time supply ice to patrons in this city.
Orders in Paris were cut in half but
the price for the manufactured pro
duct met with no .advance. Carlisle
probaoly suffered more than any other
of the surrounding towns, due to the
fact that it depended wholly upon the
daily shipments from Paris.
When the supply ran short and the
plant was operating on a scale to meet
the demand in Paris the shipments to
Carlisle were cut to less than half.
Taking advantage of the scarcity of
ioe the distributors there put up the
Drice, but necessity during the heated
term forced a ready sale. The receiv
ers there would not have the chance to
unload the ice from the car as the
Carlisle residents would gobble up the
supply before it cuuld be placed in
storage, or on a delivery wagon.
Millersburg did not suffer much
from the threatened famine, as last
winter afforded the opportunity for
many in that vicinity to fill their ice
houses which served to relieve the
situation at that point. With the local
factory runnnig at full capacity and
twenty-four hours a day, there is no
fear now of a famine threatening this
section again and it will be possible
for the management to assist other
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WE KNOW MOW'?
Blue Ribbon Flour, the Best
In the World.
Blu2 Ribbon Flour, 25 lb. Sack 60
Blue Ribbon Flour, 50 lb. Sack. .-"- -. . 1.20
Blue Ribbon Flour, 100 lb. Sack 2.40
Cheaper Every Day.
Watch those swings in J. T.
Hinto-n's window. They get cheaper
Escaped to See Dying Wife.
Clarence Colbert, of Covington, 23
years old, who has been chased over
all the Central States, being wanted
for alleged forgery, was arrested near
his father-in-law's home at Richmond
Wednesday night. At the request of a
detective from Indianapolis, who had
trailed Colbert for many months.
Colbert's wife, who was a Miss Hill,
of Valley View, Madison county, was
recently brought to the home of her
aunt near Richmond, suffering from
tuberculosis. She is in a dying con
dition. The hunted man had come for a last
visit to his dying wife when arrested.
Accompanied by a dQtective he left
for Indianapolis to face trial, having
to leave a wife who can only survive
but a few days.
Before selling your wheat see us or
call Phone 84. We buy at all stations
on the F. & C. and L. & N. railroads.
Call and get your wheat sacks.
R. U. HUTCHCRAFT.
11 6wks Paris, Ky.
We have eighty-five pairs of Korrect Shape Shoes in
broken sizes, tans, patent leathers and gun metals, which
we will sell this week only at $2.00 a pair. These are reg
ular $4.00 Shoes, and while'you can buy a pair of Oxfords
at these prices you should not let this opportunity go by.
We have all sizes now, but don't delay in getting a fit.
Take a look ot the window; the sizes are marked on
4.00 SHOES FOR $2.00
Mitchell & Blakemore,
Outfitters to Men
The Grocery Store of Quality.
T. C. LENIHA1N, Prop.
Both Phones 234
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Premiums for City School Pupils.
As an encouragement to the pupils
of the city schools throughout the
State, the Strassel Gans Paint Co , of
Louisville, has offered a special
pveimum of $15 to be distributed at
the Kentucky State Fair as follows :
1. Collection of 10 troublesome
weeds, pressed and named First
prize, z; second, $i ; tnira, riooon.
2. Collection of leaves, twigs and
seeds of 10 native trees, pressed and
mountpd First prize, $2; second, $1 ;
3. Exhibit of flowers, fresh or
pressed, raised in the home orschool
garden First prize, 82, second, $1 ;
4. Exhibit ot 5 products, raised in
the home or school garden First
prize, $2; second, SI; third, ribbon.
5. Collection of 12 kinds of seeds
grown by one school m home and
school gardens First prize, $2; sec
ond, $1 ; third, ribbon.
Work of this character is xbeing
given much attention in the -schools
now and it is developing a love and
appreciation of nature and an artistic
sense in the chilrden.
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I FRANK & CO. . I
The Store Where Reliability Reigns. i
STRAW HATS 1-2 OFF
25 Per Cent Off
Blue Grass Seed Wanted.
We a re in the market for blue grass
seed, from the stripper or for August
delivery. The highest market price
will be paid. Let us furnish you with
sacks. Both phones.
6 tf R. B. HUTCHCRAFT.
ONE LOI BOYS' 5UG GAPS NOW 15c
Price & Co.,
Thp London Echo says : "At the
groom's home in East London Sunday
afternoon at four o'clock, Miss Maggie
Lawson and Mr. George Black were
united in marriage by Rev. R. L.
Evell. The bride is a very pretty
yountr lady who has a large circle of
friends. She is a daughter ofi Mr.
George Lawson, of Lily. The groom
is the son of Mr. and JMrs. Samuel
Black, and is one of tae best young
men the community has ever turned
out. After visiting here for a few
days, the young people will go to
Paris, where Mr. Black has furnished
a handsome little cottage."
Mr. John T. Reynolds, Jr., and
Miss Elizabeth Dickey, of Cynthiana
were married Monday at Lexinprton.
The ceremeny was performed by Rev.
I. J. Spencer, of the Central Christian
church, at his residency. The bride, a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Dickey, is quite an attractive girl.
Mr. Reynolds is a son of Mr. J. T.
Reynolds, a well known dry goods
merchant, and is a splendid young
business man After the marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds went -to Tor
rent for a short stay.
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REDUCED PRICES ON
ALL SUMMER GOODS
Now Showing New Styles in
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White "Groupds, Black Figures ,and Stripes,
v Priced at J0tand J 2 J -2c a yard
Fall Styles in Dress Ginghams
at 10 and 12 J-2c(yard.
- Wd have just received several of the very newest styles
In slippers in Beaded Kid, Dull Calf and Suede af
J. 95, $2.95 and 3.95 apair
Remnants of Dres Goods, Silks, Wash Goods,
Calicoes, Etc, allat Big Reductions
Frank & Co.
Paris, - - Kentucky