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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS; KENTUCKY, JAN. 12 1912.:.
fffB BOURBON NEWS.
ALWAYS HAS THE BCST
BIG SHOE SAIL:.
Watch Tuesday's issue for
page advertisement announc
ing one of the greatest shoe
sales ever held in Paris. Big
cuts on such shoes as the
famous Hanan and Nettkton
shoes. In fact, it is to be
"some shoe sale."
Lnoice dressed chickenB today.
C. P. COOK & CO.
Sfated Convocation Tonight.
Paris Chapter (No. 15, Royal Arch
Masons will hold a stated convocation
at 7 o'clock this evening. There will
bo several candidates for the degrees
and a full (attendance of the members
Ye are agents in Paris for Hubig's
famous kpies. Received Afresh daily.
Reduction on Manhattans.
Manhattan shirts at usual end of
12 2t MITCHELL & BLAKEMOE.
Medical Society to Meet.
The Bourbon County Medical Society
will hold its regular monthly meeting
on Thursday, January 18, at which
time the annual election of officers
Will take place. The program for the
rccaison will be announced later.
Geo. McWilliams' big shoe sale
starts Tuesday. Don't fail to attend
and get some of the great bargains.
Auction Sale 01 Dry floods, Etc.
Rare bargains can he obtained at
the auction sale at old Baptist church
building on Saturday afternoon, Janu
ary llit at 2 p. m. rurniture, dry
goods, cloaks, shoes, bats, notions,
and many other thines will be sold.
HARRIS & SPEAKES.
Change of Time on L. N.
Eeffective Sunday, January 14, the
f jilowmg .trains between Paris and
Lexington will be discontinued on Sun
day : Train No 137 due to leave Paris
t 9 :54 a. ra. ; train No. 25 due to
:eave Paris at 3:H4 p. m., and No. 134
due to leave Lexington at 4:34 a. m.
$3 and$3.50 Hats Now $2.
Choice of any $3 or $3.50 hat in our
house, including sciatchups, fuzzj'
finishes and all plain finish alpine and
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
G,reat Shoe Bargains.
We need cash and in order to get it
we intend to convert our stock into
money. Our big sale commences Tues
day and thp baragins we will offer will
he irresistible. The shoes will sell
Engines Damaged by Freeze.
The water jacket on the gasoline
enigne at the sausage factory of Bib
ler Bros., bursted Wednesday morning,
which was due to a freeze as a result
of the extreme cold. The damage was
repaired atfer an enforced layoff of a
day until the damaged Dart could bet
50 Cent Underwear Now 39 Cents
Fleece lined and ribbed Balbriggan.
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
For real bargains in an end of season
MITCHELL & bLAKEMORE.
12 2t . "We Know How."
Filling Ice Houses.
The extremely cold weather which
lias prevailed in this section for the
past week has enabled a large number
of farmers throughout the county to
lay up a supply of jce for the coming
.au inner. The ice" houses are being
filled with ice ranging from four to
seven inches in thickness and as clear
as a crystal.
Furniture, carpets, wall paper, and
all household goods at reduced prices.
J. T. HINTON.
You've Got to Have Clothes.
Why not buy now while the prices
are down. You get the choice selec
tion or our stock, nn carried overs or
shelf warmeri, but all this season's
styles. Get yours today.
J. W." DAVIS & CO.
Ready to Wear Garments
Of every description must be turned
into cash. Cost cuts no figure in
Frank & Co.'s big sale.
Steam Shovel Unearths Skele
ton. mir for the double track of the Louis
ville and Nashville railroad near
K'ico-fnn .. a i i u i. nf o
hnmsn h0;n unf o;riHir hppn
buried T number ot year? The bones
are nafair state of'pre.ervatior ..and!
mve evidence nf heinir a man of im-
mnse statue. In the vicinity of
Place where the skeleton was found it
is said there was an Indian buryirg
rtcund. where the remains of Swanf e
Jndia'.s ki'Aul in an attack on a settler's
cabin, at the mcuth of Cooper's Run,
when Kentucky was a wilderness.were
buried by the backwoodsmen.
-Mrs. C. A. Daugherty is quite
at ner home on Mt. Airy avenue.
Mr. Robert Lyne, of Cynthian.
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Dr. Clara Matthews has returned
from a visit to relatives in LaFayette,
Mrs. Yv. R. Blakemore will re
turn to-day from Chicago, where she
has been visiting for the past two
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Thompson
will leave next wek for Tampa,
Fla. , to remain the remainder of the
Mr. William Bryan, of Russell
ville, Excursion Manager for the L.
and N., was a visitor in this city
Mrs. J. S. Roberts is the guest of
her father, Col. Hugh S. Anderson in
Mr. and Mrs. Ben "VYeissberg have
returned frem a visit to relatives in
Dr. Louis Frank, of Louisville,
was the guest yesterday of hrs brother,
Mr. B. A. Frank.
Mr. and Mrs. ''Earl Sellers, of
Charlottesville, Va., are visiting
f ?iends in this city.
Miss Sarah Goodloe Benton, of
Winchester, is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Withers Davis.
Mrs. Ayiette Buckner left yester
day for Eustis, Fla., to spend the re
mainder of the winter.
Mr. George Ellis, of this city, ria
in Lexington this week buying tobacco
on the loose leaf market.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Baum, of Chic
kasha, Okla. , are the guests at the
home of Mr. H. Margolen.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the A. O.
rf., will meet Monday evening at the
home of Miss Nellie Schwartz.
Mrs. Riley Ray. who is the guest
of Mrs. Morgan Brown in East Paris
returned to her home at Ewing yester
day. Mrs. 5J. T. Vansant entertained
the Seing Club Tuesday morning.
A meat and salad course was served at
Mr. Arnold Knox, of Toledo, 0.,
who hos been the .guest of Miss Anna
Eads Peed, has returned to his home
in Toledo, 0.
Hon. E. M. Dickson has returned
from Little Rock, Ark., whe-e he has
been on a visit to his daughter, Mrs
Mrs. Mary Riley and Miss Myra
Myall, of Mayslick, have returned
home after a visit to Mrs. William
Myall in this city.
-Mr. William Burley has returned
to his home in Cincinnati after a visit
to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Burley, in this city.
Mr. William Hukiil, Sr., enter
tained a number of his friends Wed-
! nesday with a dinner in honor of his
Mr. Benjamin H. Feeback and
Miss Ida Bruce Claypool were granted
a marriage license by Cuunty Clerk
Peaice Paton Tuesday.
'Squire J. J. Redmon entertained
the members of the Fiscal Court and
officials with a dinner at his heme in
North Middletown, yesterday.
- -Mr. and Mrs. John Tarr, accompa
nied by Mrs. N H. Bayless and Mrs.
D. Early wine.left Tuesdayjfor Tampa,
Fla., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Mr. Herman Margolen, Mrs. L.
Saloshin and Miss Birdie Wollstein
have returned from Purcell, Okla.,
where they attended the Margolen
Mr. John W. Thomas, who has
been quite ill for several weeks, is
renorted to be in a very serious con
dition, and at his advanced age
hopes are entertained for his recovery.
Mrs. J. C. Griffin, mother of Mr.
P. sJ. Millet, of Maple Lawn Farm
near Paris, died at her home in Knox
ville, Tenn., Monday night, Funeral
took place at Knoxville Wednesday
Mrs. B. M. Shive Jeft Tuesday for
Pulaski. Tenn., where she was matron
of honor at the marriage of her broth
er, Mr. Cecil Appleby, to Miss Lula
Montgomery, which was celebrated in
that city yesterday afternoon at the
The meeting of the Paris Literary
Club was held Wednesday, afternon.
"The Psycological Novel" was the
general subject, and Mrs. Ossian Ed
wards contributed a very interesting
paper on "George Elliott and Her
Novels," which was followed by
"Romola, a Study," by Mrs. Amos
Turney, Jr. Misses Anna May and
Laura Lilleston presented current
Will be closed out at less than manu
facture wholesale prices at Frank &
Co.'s big sale. Come in and see.
Big Sale Commences Tuesday.
The greatest shoe sale ever adver
tised in Paris, commences Tuesday at
George McWilliams. This is no fake
sale genuine bargains as advertised.
See big bills and newspaper ads.
Assigned to Several Committees
In the assignment of the Senate
Committes Tuesday afternoon in
Frankfort, Hon. Claude M. Thomas, of
this city, was placed on che following
committees: Banks and Trust Come
panies; Common Carriers and Com -
TY-ovon ' chairman: Pulic Utilities
Penal and Reformatory institutes;
.Congressional Districts and Reappoint
jWnts ; County Unit and Liquor Regu
i lafinns: Rules, chairman.
Specials-on Orapef ruit. ,
Weare ofering our big stock of i
' ..,;f of nnt The hest nfc everv
irr;iuc ii uiv a v .v-.
Frank & Co.'s big sale begins Satur
day Big bargains in silks, dress goods
white goods, laces and hamburgs. .
The Purcell, Okla., Register gives
the following account of the marriage
of Miss RosaiMargolen, formerly of this
city, to Mr. Jos. H. Baum, of Chicka-
"The wedding of Mr. Joseph H.
Baum, of Chickasha, and Miss Rosa
Margolen, formerly of Paris, Ken
tucky, nut for some time'past making
her home with her sister, Mrs. George
Swchwartz, of this city, on Monday
afternoon, January 1, 1912, at 3:30
o'clock, was pronounced by all of the
large number of friends who witness
ed it one of the most beautiful cere
monies ever held in the town. It had
been the intention to hold the wedding
at the home of Mr. Schwartz but so
many friends of he young lady wished
to attend that the house would not
accommodate them and the Baptist
church was kindly loaned for the
ne letormeu Hebrew ceremony,
in use from time immemoral, was used
by Dr. Blatt, of Oklahoma City, the
officiating Rabbi, who delivered the
beautiful charges with which the cere
niony is replete, in a solemnly impress
lve manner, giving an added beauty
to the richly noetic lines by his
masterly delivery. The bride, beauti
fully attired in white marquisette,
ovr duchess satin, carrying a bouquet
of bride's roses, entered on the arm of
her father. Mr. Herman Margoln, of
Paris, Ky., the groom, accompanied
by his luother, Mrs. Theresa Baum. of
Chickasha, Okla. During the cere
mony Miss Wollstein, ot fans, Ky.. a
vocalist of rare attainments, possess
ing a voice of wonderful sweetness,
most beautifully sang two songs
"Because," and "I Love Youg Truly. "
The wedding march from "Lohen
grin," was most tastefully rendered
by Mrs. J. F. Sharp, of Oklahoma
City, accompanied by Mrs. Geo.
Schwratz on the violin.
"Prior to the wedding a deilghtful
five course dinner was served to the
immediate families of the bride anci
groom at the pretty home of Mrs.
Schwartz; upon its conclusion a re
ception was held at the same place,
delicious refreshments, consisting 61
ices and cakes, fashioned in heart de
signs being served. Later some excel
lent music was given by the University
Orchestra of Norman.
The hacpy couple were the reap:
ents of many beautiful and expenisve
gifts from their many friends and
relatives, together with the mot
hearty good wishes of all who know
"The bride and gioum left cn the
Santa Fe north at 6 o'clock. The bride's
travelingdress was a handsome blue
suit, with hat, gloves and sfyoes to
match. After spending a few weeks
visiting .relatives or both parties in
Illinois and Kentucky, theywill return
to Chickasha, where the groom has
elegantly furnished apartments read
to receive the lovely girl he has won."
Mr. Louis Saloshin, of this Jcity, an
uncle of the bride, attended the" wed
ding. Mr. George Crouch, of Bourbon,
and Miss Ida Clinkenbeard, of Nicho
las county, were married at Carlisls
- Miss Ruby Squires and Mr, Claude
Ratlifr', both of Carlisle, were united
in marriage in that city Monday at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Tur
ley Squires, Elder E. R. Templeman
officiating. Mr. Ratliff was formerly
engaged in the livery business in Car
lisle and for some time has conducted
a restaurant at the L. & n. depot in
this city. He is at present associated
with Mr. Guy Overhy, of Paris, in the
management of the Kimbrough Houss
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Behrman, of
Newport, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Josephine, to Mr.
J. W. Bacon, of this city. The wed
ding will be a social event in Febru
ary at the home of the bride-elect's
The announcement isreceived with a
great deal of interest ner. where the
1 to-be-bridegroom has many friends in
both social and business circles. He is
the popular president of the Paris
Base Ball Club, and is.very prominent
in buisness circles.
Miss Behrman is a very attractive
young woman, a social favorite, and
has been a frequent visitor to this city,
being the guest of Miss Corinne Col
lins on numerous occasions, and made
many friends while here.
Fire and tornado insurance.
McCLURE & CLENDENIN.
Fire Near North Middl etown.
Pire. which originated from a defec
tive flue, completely destroyed the
frame residence of Samuel Oldson,
near North Middletown Wednesday
night. The contents of the house were
burned. The loss is estimated at
Fire, wind and lightning insur
ance. Thomas & Woodford.
That sold formerly up to $40
choice S10 at Frank & Co.'s
Others a low as $5 each.
Alleged Forger Captured.
Information was received vest2r-
! day to the effect that John Crews, i
SfesS W iSSgST 5
Several weeks ago Crews forged the
name of a Winchester man to a
check which was cashed by Mr. H.
M. Collins, of this city. It is said
charges for the same offence are
j against him in Winchester and Loais-:
-Rev. E. M. Lightfoot will be m hia
pulpit Sunday morning and evening
S? S e win
Lor xne "t1"?. service will D A
1 uaoiiMtn 1 . 1 TO ann nn KimrlQir nttoii
ing the second of the series of Sunday
night sermons will be preached, the
suject for this occasion heing "Where
the Meanesc Individual Livfs."
- The sermon was we'll reived
and a large audience was present to
J hear the discourse. ;
Two nice -front offica rooms over
Vardeir's drjg store.
VARDEN & SON.
To talk poultry with some one who
wants to bein with a few choice
birds. Call Home Phone 274.
Are Built To Last. Sleds
Sold bv ts Ten Years Aeo
are still g.viner good service.
(II . . a
Get the ger. uine.
$2.50, $3.00 and $3.75
FkRE FLY COASTERS
Made in the same Factory of
lighter mz teriafs.
$2.00 and $2.50
J. T. HINTON
THE HOME OUTFITTER.
OUR CLEARANCE AND
Begins Monday, January 22, '
Ends Saturday, January 2
See RfCX AffvprtfQetnpnf rm ArrfriPr Tcyo
I Am Offering Some Very
On My Entire
DAY E N PORT
For Cash Buvers.
I Carry the Very Best Makes