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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS; KENTUCKY, JULY 25, 1911
KEPORT OF THE CONDITION -OF THE
DEPOSIT BANK OF PARIS
Doing business at 400 Main Street, town of Paris, County of Bour
bon, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on the
18th day of July, 1911.
XiO&ns and Discounts - - $347,813 51
TJ. S. and other Bonds, Stocks and Sureties 50,634 90
Due from Banks . ,v42,361 52
Actual Cash on hand 15,687 50
Checks, cash items and exchange for clearing i 168 05
Overdrafts Secured, $.00; Unsecured, $5,832 89 5,832 89
Current expenses and taxes paid 130 64
Real Estate, I13.586.il; Furniture and Fixtures, $1,500.00; Total. . . 15,086 61
-Other Assets not included under any of above heads 00
Total $447,716 22
Capital Stock paid in, in cash 100,000 no
Surplus, $30,000.00 ; Undivided Profits. $4,519.09 ; Total 34,519 09
( Certificates of Deposit $ 37,880.50 )
J Savings Deposits 34,283.27
( Deposits on which interest is not paid 236,869.39 ) Total Deposits 309,033 16
Cashier's checks, outstanding, $ .00, Certified checks, $ .00 00
Due to Banks 4,163 97
Notes and Bills rediscounted, $ .00; Bills payable, $.00; Total 00
Other liabilities not included under any of above heads 00
Total $447,716 22
State of Kentucky,
County of Bourbon
I, C. K. Thomas, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. K. THOMAS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me by C. K. Thomas, this, 24th day of
My Commission expires January 17, 1914.
GEO. L. DOYLE, Notary Public.
Correct Attest :
J. M. HALL,
E. H. GOREY,
Garth Fund Notice! Fine Business Opportunity.
Notice is herebv given that present
beneficiaries of the Garth Fund will
Tae examined at the Court House, at
Wednesday, July 26,
at 9 o'clock a. m.
will be examined at
the same place,
We will sell either of our stores. If
you are interested rcall and we can
show you (we think) the best business
proposition in" Parip. Best 'cash busi
ness in the city. Terms to suit the
21 tf BALDWIN BROS.
Thursday, July 27,
at the same hour.
A coat was found recently at the
ball park. Owner can have same by
proving property and paying for this
bloodine Blood and Kidney
Tablets cure Kidney and Bladder
Diseases by curing the cause.
The Bloodine Corporation, Boston, Mass.
Kindly send me six boxes of Bloodine Blood
and Kidney Tablets They have helped me more
than any remedy I have ever taken. I am old.
ruptured and I suffer much from Kidney and
Bladder Trouble. I have only a few doses left
of the sample box you sent me, so kindly send'
Yours truly, Thomas Taylor, Adams, III.
McCreiry Beat Addams 22,550
The official returns in the Demo
cratic State primary of JJJuly 1 is an
nounced by the Democratic Committee
after canvassing, Bhowed that James
B. McCreary received 62,679 votes for
Governor against 40,129 for William
Addams. McCreary 's majority 22,550.
For United States Senator, Ollie
James received 85,914 votes against
4,629 forJSenator Paynter, who an
nounced his withdrawal.
Edward J. McDermott's majority
for Lieutenant Governor over James
H. E wards was 1,562.
The majority of Henry Bosworth, of
Lexington, over Ruby Laffoon for
Auditor was 2,760.
Barksale Hamlett, of Hopkinsville,
had 12,662 majority for Superintend
ent of Publio Instruction.
J. W, Newman, of Woodford, 60,616
for Commissioner of Agriculture.
R. L. Greene had 15,106 for Clerk
of the Court of Appeals.
Certificates of nomination were
issued for all except Auditor and
Lieutenant Governor, in which Ed
wards and Laffoon called for tabula
tion of counties.
For Attorney General James Gai
rett has 23,261 majority.
Rha for Treasurer and Crecelius for
Secretary of State had no opposition.
W. T. Brooks, Agent.
Sunday, July 3011.
Fare $1.50 Round Trip.
Special train leaves Paris 7:50 a. m.,
returning leaves Cincinnati 4th St.
station 7 p. m.
Excursion tickets good only on
special train in both directions.
For further information apply to
W. H. HARRIS, Agent.
D. Si JORDAN. T. A.
ICE (joes L
151 issflfl SSrrcB
More of the
For the Last Days of July We have made the Price so
that everybody is buying one to protect their pocket
with ice bill.
Oak, Best Glass in Side
Front, Highly Polished,
Run in Prices from
$14 up to
Solid Polished Oak, Just like Cut.
Other Dining Tables
$2.75 up to $38
I fk 1 . I
A. F. Wheeler Furniture Co.
Main and Third
CHAS. GREEN, Mgr.
Paris . .
Oscar George,pitching to rare form,
twirled the Bourbonites to victory
against the Pioneers in Richmond Fri
day afternoon. The locals put up a
brilliant game Behind the Bourbonite
hurler and hit the ball at the most
opportune l time. Reese was touched
for eight safe drives.
Errors on the part of the Pioneers
were responsible for most of the runs
and they put up a weak defense in the
field. The slants of George were a
complete puzzle. Haley the Pioneer
initial sacker, clouted to the "Bull"
sign and for the long drive will receive
$50. The features of the game were
the hitting of Mayer and the fielding
of Barnett. MeKrnan was fined $5 by
Umpire Alloway for taking exeptions
to one of his decisions. The score:
Richmond... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Paris 01000200 1-4
Batteries Paris, George and May
er: Richmond, Reese and Haines. Er
rors Paris 1, Richmond 5. Hits Paris
8, Richmond 4. Two base hits Bram
lage, Mayer 2. Stolen bases Max
well, Kuhlman, Goodman, .Harrell.
Base on balls off George 2, off Reese
2. Left on bases Paris 9, Richmond
7. Struck out by Reese, 5, by George
5. Sacrifice Lhits Haley, Streiker,
George. Kuhlman. Time r:40. Um
Maysville at Lexington Maysville
8, Lexington 7, ten innings.
Frankfort at Winchester Frankfort
1, Winchester 3.
Paris . . 9 6 600 Win'ster 7 7 500
Richm 'd 9 7 563 Fr'nkf't 7 9 438
Lexi'g'n 8 7 533 M'ys'v'e 5 9 357
Paris won from Maysville Saturday
in a one-sided game by a score of 9 to
3. McKernan's men gave a fine ex
hibition of ball playing,while in sever
al innings the River boys were up in
the air and played like school boys.
Maysville scored twice in the first
inking on a pass, a scratch hit and a
two bagger. Paris also counted twice
in the same inning on a walk and three
In the fourth Hauser walked,
Scheneberg bunted to Chase, vwho
threw wild to first, and Carmony made
no effortto recover the ball but stood
on the sack while Hauser and Schene
berg both scored.
Paris counted three more in the sixth
on a three bagger by Goodman and
singles by Scheneberg and McKernan,
and twice in the eighth on a pass and
a three bagger and single by Harrell.
The score :
Paris 20020302 x 9
Maysville 2 0 0 0 0 10 0 03
Batteries Maysville, Chase and
Snyder ; Paris, Scheneberg and Mayer.
Hits Maysville 6 ; Paris 15. Errors
Paris 1, Maysville 2. Two base hits
Shelton, Carmony. Three base hits
Shetort, Goodman, Mayer. Base on
bplls off Scheneberg 3 ; off Chase 3.
Double plays Williams to Carmony,
Chapman to Harrell. Passed ball
Snyder. Earned runs Maysville 2,
Paris 3. Time 1 :51. Umpire Sinex.
Richmond (at Lexington Richmond
8, Lexington 5. Frankfort at Win
chesterFrankfort 3, Winchester 0.
Paris . .
Paris fell a prey to the "cellar
champs" Sunday afternoon in Mays
ville when the tail-enders in a hair
raising tail-end finish snatched victory
from the McKernan tribe, running up
a score of 5 to 4.
For eight innings Jimmie Hauser
had the Shelton trioe eating out of his
hands, but in the final test weakened
to such a degree as to let the River
men scamper over the pan with five
In the second and third Paris ac
cumulated four runs which .looked
good for a victory. Romaine was un
steady for a time hut after the third
tightened up and held the Bourbonites
without another tally.
In the final round Langenham led off
with a single, Carmony duplicated,
and Williams doubled scoring Langen
ham. Shelton cleared the bases with
a nome run. Cleaver and Wiley hit
into outs and Cranby singled past
first. Snyder walked and Romaine hit
to McKernan, who fumbled the ball
allowing Cranby to count the winning
run. The score:
Paris 01300000 04
Maysville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55
Batteries Paris. Hauser and Mayer:
Maysville, Romaine and Snyder. Hits
Paris 4, Maysville 9 Errors Paris
1, Maysville 2. Earned runs Mays
ville 4, Paris 4. Two base hit Max
well. Three base hits Barnett, Kuhl
man. Home run Shelton. Sacrifice
hits Kuhlman, Hauser, Cleaver.
Stolen base Harrell. Bases on balls
off Romaine 6, off Hauser 2. Left
on bases Paris 6, Maysville 5. Double
plays Craney to Williams to Car
mony, Snyder to Cranley, Harrell to
Barnett. First base on errors Mays
ville 1, Paris 2. Hit by pitcher Sny
der. Time-2:00. Ump ire Barrett.
Attendance 1,200. .
Paris .. 10
Richm' d 9
9 9 500
8 9 470
6 10 370
Revenge was Bweet for the McKer
nan tribe yesterday and smarting un
der the defeat of Sunday administered
a complete shut-out to the Sheltonites
in the contest which resulted 3 to 0.
Casas, the Mexican hjrler, was pit
ted against Shears, but the snappy,
errorless game put up by ' the locals
resulted in a long line of goose eggs
for the Rivermen. The score :
Paris 00100200 03
Maysville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Batteries Paris, Shears and Mayer;
Maysville, Casas and Snyder. Hits
Paris 8, Maysville 7. Errors Mays
ville i. Earned runs Paris 2. Two
base hits Harrell, McKrenan. Sacri
fice hits Harrell, McKernan, Clever.
Sacrifice fly McKernan. Base on
balls off Casas 2;off Shears 4. Struck
out by Casas , 3, by Shears 6. Left
on bases- Maysville 7, Paris 9. Wild
pitch Shears. Passed balls Snyder
2. First base on errors Paris 4.
Time 2:00. Umpire Barrett.
Lexington at Winchester Winches
ter 4, $ Lexington 3. Richmond at
Frankfort Frankfort 3, Richmond 2
Bourbon Hers.es in Fiye-Giited?
The Commissioner of Argicutlnre
Saddle Horse Stake, at the Kentucky
State Fair, one of the greatest five
gaited events of Itha year, has filled
very satisfactorily. Nominations clos
ed July 3, and the horses will be named
September 1. The stake has been
guaranteed by the Commissioner of
Agriculture, M.C. Rankin, and will be
a special feature for Friday night of
fair week. The list of nominations is
the largest ever recorded for this
The list fof eligibles will probably
include such well.known celebrities (in
the horse world "as Bourbon Prince.
! Golden Butterfly. Red McDonald.King
IChieftian, Nazimova, Sadie Macey,
uiuw, lueuuum .iwuseTCit,
The Bourbon Fair.
Although the date for the 65th
annual 'exhibition 'of the Bourbon
County Agricultural Society is more
than a month off the officers are busily
engaged in planning for the event
which will beyond doubt be the best
ever held in the history of the organiz
ation. The various committees are exerting
themselves looking to a very success
ful meeting and neither time nor
money win oe sparea to secure tne "Golden Glow, Theodore
best attractions and great induce-1 Moi TTint ond nnnini
ments are being offered exhibitors. j Q ijgfc 0f nominatidns is as fol-
The Committee On mUSiC reports lnmc. TTnrfnlafa RfnnL- Warm SholVur-
Deen ville. Ky. ; Matlack & Shropshire,
that Michael's Concert Band has
engaged to furnish the music during
the week, Sept. 5-9, and as a special
attraction has secured the soprano
soloist, Miss Wilhelmina Hamman,
who will sing each day during the
Persuasion Is Better Than Force.
A soft answer turneth away wrath
but a grievous word stirreth up anger!
Winchester ; T. H. Smiley & Son, Lex
ington; S. C. Carpenter, Millersburg;
A. J. Jones, North Middletown ; C. L.
Kerr, Lexington; Ball Bros., Versail
les ; Collins & Redmoo, North Middle
town: R. E. Moreland & Co., .'Lexing
ton ; Russell Bailey, Versailles.
Special Prices. -
Mattings.rugs and carpets at special
J. T. INTONS'.
dale End Satcirdaq
Night July 29
Everything at Greatly Reduced
Buy Now and Save Money.
Home For Better Clothes.
Singer Building, Main Street,
PARIS, - - KENTUCKY
Regular Price $6
Will Close Out at
Call, while we have your size
No more tickets given on raffle until further notice
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Our Line of Sterling SiL 1
ver is Very Complete.
Just the thing for
The "House of Quality" only car
ries the very best in Solid Silver I
and we can give you anything
from a tea-spoon to a tea-set
SHIRE & FITHIAN, Jewelers.
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