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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBIISHED EVEE.Y TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR.
VOLUME XXX.
PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1911.
NUMBER 58
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Consolidation Proposed.
A movement for the consolidation of
Newport, Bellevue and Dayton with
the ultimate view of taking in Fort
Thomas and other contigious territory
has been started by the Newport Busi
ness Men's Club and the Bellevue
Welfare Association.
Newport has population estimated
at 30 000 and Bellevue and Dayton
about 20,000 whjich would make New
port have 50,000 if the annexation is
made. Such a consolidation, it is
claimed,' by members of both bodies
will be sure to bring about decreased
taxation and questions of public need
which are hanging fire woald ba quick
ly solved by the combined cities.
BIRTHS.
Born, Friday to the wife of Joe
Johnson, on the " Steele pike, near
Pans, a ten-pound son.
Woodford "Wets" Want Election.
The whisky men of Woodford county
are circualting petitious calling for an
election September 28, on the question
of bringing the saloons back into the
county. Under the present law they
will have to get 25 per cent of the
legal voters in each precinct to sign
the petition before an election is call
ed. The last local option election was
held in 1906, when the county went dry
by b34 majonty. Both sides are orga
nized, and if the wets succeed in hav
ing an election ordered the campaign
will be a hard andvigorous one.
Harlan Whitaker Is Found Dead.
Harlan Whitaker, frvho was Tone of
'. the first men arrested in connection
J fuifh tha mnrrlpr nf fipnfltnr William
Goebel, was found dead i in a field at
Morgantown Saturday. Heart disease
was the cause.
Special Prices.
Mattings, rugs aud carpets at special
prices at
J. T. HINTON'S.
Old Soldier' Tortured.
"For years I suffered unspeakable
torture from indigestion, constioation
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 great.' Try
them for any stomach, liver or kidney
trouble. Only 25c at Oberdorfer's
Saves two Lives.
"Neither my sister nor myself might
be living today, if it had not been for
Dr. King's New Discovery, "writes A.
D. McDonald, of Fayetteville, N. C,
R. F. D. No. 8, "for we both had
frightful coughs that no other remedy
could help. We were told my sister
had consumption. She was very
weak and had night sweats but your
wonderful medicine completely cured
us both. It's the best I ever used or
heord of." For sore lungs, coughs,
colds, hemorrhage, lagrippe, asthma,
hay fever,croup, whooping cough, all
bronchial troubles, its supreme. Trial
bottle free. 50c and 1. Guaranteed
by Oberdoefer.
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Ground to Pieces Benath Engine
In full view of a crowd of fifty
people Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
Sylvester Whalon, employed by the L.
& N., met a terrible death when he
was run down and killed by an engine
directly in front of the passenger
depot.
Whalon was engaged in shoveling
rubbish from the track betw een the
depot and the Winchester crossing.
He was working near an engine taking
water, and while in a stoopiug posture
another engine, in charge of a hostler,
backed up the track where he was at
work.
Whalon was unconscious of the ap
proach of the locomotive, which was
due to the noise of the engine near
which he was working, and until a
spectator called to him was unaware
qf the approaching danger. Partly
rising he grabbed for the engine in an
effort, to save his life. He was, how
ever, knocked down and dragged a dis
tance of more than one ; hundred feet.
The engine passed over his body which
was horribly mangled.
The hostler in charge of the engine
knew nothing of the accident until the
cries of the eye-witnesses attracted
his attention, and he brought the loco
motive to a stop a short distance
above the Winchester street crossing.
Coroner Rudolph Davis was at once
notified and he held an inquest over
the remains. The jury composed of
S. G. Clay, D. W. Peed, Hiram A.
Galbraith, W. P. Shelton, W. F.
Hedores and J. C. Snvder. returned a
veridct in accordance with the facts.
The mangled remains were removed
to the undertaking establishment of
Mr. George W. Davis, where they
weie prepared for burial and later re
moved to his home on Vine street.
Whalon is survived bj a wife and a
little daughter aged about 7 years.
Yesterday the remains were taken
to Curry, Harrison county, on the 3 :30
p. m. train for burial.
" WE KNOW now "
We Are Now Located in .Our
Handsome New Store Room
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Blu2 Ribbon Flour, 25 lb. Sack 60
Blue Ribbon Flour, 50 lb. Sack 1.20
Blue Ribbon, Flour, 100 lb. Sack 2.40
Man and Wife Slain.
William Swinn and his wife, Eliza
Swinn, were attacked near their home
on Quicksand Creek, in Breathitt
county, Sunday evening by Norman
and Alonzo Allen and both were killed.
The trouble arose over a family diffi
culty. Alonzo Allen was wounded by
Swinn, who returned the fire of the
two brothers. Alonzo Allen was
taken to a Lexington hopsital. His
brother is still at large.
Lambs Shipped East.
W. G. McClintock, of Paris, last
week shipped to the New York and
other Eastern markets more than 1,000
lambs, averaging a little better than
75 pounds per head. They cust six
cents per pound. Mr McClintock has
purchases of lambs that will aggre
gate 3,000 head. There are now about
10,000 head of lambs in the hands of
the farmers that will be shipped to
the East within the next month.
And are ready to receive
our friends and customers.
Come in and have a look
at our new home.
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Outfitters to Men Paris, Kentucky
The Grocery Store of Quality.
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Farmers Dispose of Cattle.
The scarcity of grass is forcing the
farmers of the county to dispose of
their live stock, and cattle producers
of the county are readily selling this
class of stock, ivion te ox, ot Dan
ville, purchased export cattle of the
following farmers Friday : C. C.
Clark, 40 head; H. S. Cay wood, 40
head ; W. U. Woodford, 32 head : and
Thomason & Collins, 126 head. These
cattle Swill -kick the beam at 1.500
pounds and have cost their owners
every cent they will bring and in most
instances more. They were sold at 6
cents per pound for shipment during
the first half of August. Warren
Rogers also sold to Jonas Weil, of Lex
ington, a bunch of fancy export steers
for 6 cents per pound and a premium.
Foot Injured.
Houston Henry, flagman on the L.
& N. commuter between Paris and
Lexington had his foot injured one day
last week and narrowly escaped meet
ing with a serious accident. Mr.
Henry was boarding a car when fthe
steps to the platform broke. In falling
a wheel passed over the outer edge of
his shoe, barely touching the flesh.
Large Engines on K. C. Division.
Three of the large engines of the
latest twelve hundred pattern design
ed and built in the shops of the L. &
N. railroad company in Louisville,
have been received on this division of
the road. The engines were designed
and constructed to haul the heaviest
traffic over the road and will be put
into general use immediately. Two
more locomotives of the same type
will be received here in a few days
and a total of twelve of the immense
iron horses will be in operation on this
line.
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25 Per Cent Off
ONE LOT BOYS' 50c GAPS NOW 15c
Low Prices.
Wall paper at big reductions at
J T. HINTON'S.
Price & Co.,
Clothiers.
The Right Idea.
During and following the game at
Maysville Sunday afternoon, between
Paris and Maysville, Manager McKer
nan, as well as other members of the
Paris club, were subjected to the most
ungentlemanly treatment, and insult
after insult was heaped upon them by
a large crowd. Of the occurrence the
Daily Ledger has the following:
"Manager McKernan, uf the Paris
Club, conducted himself in a most
gentlemanly way yesterday, and the
evidence of rowdyism manifested
against him after the game closed was
vnratiafaf1 Ytxi o Inf. nf conooloca hnnrl-
luras who should be looked after by
the police. They have no knowledge
of baseiball, and such outbreaks only
reflects discredit on Maysville as, a
rough ball town. It's up to the local
management to put a stop to this sort
of "business before something of a
serious nature cccurs to mar the
sport." ,
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Now Showing New Styles in
LAWNS
I White Grounds, Black Figures and Stripes, Specially
Priced at 10 and 12 J -2c a yard
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SUMMER SLIPPERS
Wd have just received several of the very newest styles
in slippers in Beaded Kid, Dull Calf and Suede at
1.95, $2.95 and 3.95 a pair
Remnants of Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods,
Calicoes, Etc., all at Big Reductions
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