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title: 'The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, April 09, 1912, Image 1',
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PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1912
For Style, Quality and
Price, We Invite
Waists Master Style
At Popular Prices
The Simon Department Store,
ried and Jound Suiliy
Of Selling the Most Goods W
For the Least Money. v W
16 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1 .OO W
2 cans good Corn -. 1 5c &
Good Bulk Coffee, per lb 22 1 -2c W
0ld Reliable Coffee) per lb . 30c E
2 1-2 lb. can Asparagus r ...... 20c
Full qt. can Karo Syrup ....... L . ; ....... 1 Oc
New Orleans Molasses, per gal 45 c
8 bars Lenox Soap .. . . '....-25c iff
Large size Mackerel. . ... 1 O or 3 for 25c w
Medium size Mackerel. ' 5c cy
3 boxes Matches 1 Oc Sfy
BLUE RIBBON FLOUR M?
25-lb Sack 70c
50-lb Sack $ 1 .40 fc
1 OO-lb Sack . , $2.75
Now, you Gannot say that Paris is a high town on Sjff
grocers, for everybody is coming to Paris to trade at
Lenihan's Cash Grocery. They get the same goods for W
T. C. LENIHAN, I
Both Phones 234 $
Our Spring Suits
Men, Young Men and Boys
Arc Now on Disp&ay
fuIi the Latest Cuts and a!l the new Colors
at Prices to Suit Everybody's Pocketbook.
You are Cordially Invited to' inspect this
New Spring Hats,
New Spring Shirts,
New Spring Neckwear,
Night Robes and Pajamas,
First Recruit Arrives.
With only a few days separating
the date for the arrival of the mem
bers of the Paris team to begin their
spring training the eyes of the Paris
fans are turned upon the recruits to
the local organization. The first of the
new men to arrive is Pete Wood, who
came inJ3unday niaht from Cincinnati,
after spending a few days in the
Queen City looking over the work of
the RedH. Wood will try for a position
on the pitching staff of the Bourbon
ites and from all appearances i3
capable of going the route.
Wood, whose home is in baston,
Pa., is a brother of Pitcher Joe Wood,
of the boston team. Last season je
started out with the bcranton. Pa.,
team, but sufferins: an accident early
in the season, which later developed
blood poisoning, he was compelled to
give up the game and soent most of
his time in Cleveland and Bostun. He
is of strong physique and looks every
inch of a sturdy hurler, and expresses
confidence of beirnr able to land a
berth on the local team.
President Bacon has received from
Manager Joe Lewis, a communication
to the effect that he has signed a first
rate catcher in the person of Lawrence
Dekhant, of Auburn, N. Y. Lewis is
expected to arrive in Paris about
April 10 when he will take the reins
and usher the players into the three
weeks of hard practice preceding the
ppening of the season here on May 1.
Suitable weather prevailing work
men will begin immediately to put the
park in proper shape to be ready for
the game with the strong Wiedemann
team of Newport on the home grounds
next Sunday. All of the plajers under
contract are expected to be here by
that time and will be hard enough to
put up a good exhibition against the
The Cynthiana Hustlers defeated
the M. M. I. team yesterday after
noon by a score of 11 to 2.
The Paris team this season will
have "an entirely new equipment. The
new uniform?, which were purchased
through G. S. Varden & Son, have
arrived and are on display in the show
window of their store. The road uni
forms this year ae of the same gray
material formerly used by the club,
wi'.h military collar. Acrcss the
breast of the shirt i9 toe word "Paris"
in black letters. The sleeves,- which
are short, have a black bar, and the
cap forb oth road and home use are
black with the letter "P" in white.
The home uniforms are of the same
style, made of white material with
black trimmings. The stockings are
black with white bars.
Up to date trimmed hftfs at moder
ate prices at the , r
SIMON DEPT. STORE.
Bargain Prices on Shoes and
Spring shoes and oxfords nt bargain
prices. Come in.
Wilson Club Organized.
With an enrollment of twenty-six
membera a Woodrow Wilson club was
organized here Saturday afternoon.
Judge Samuel Wilson, of Lexington,
addressed a meeting o the Wilson
Democrats at the court house result
ing in the organization of the club and
the selection of Attorney Reuben
Hutchcraft as president and Col. Geo.
M. Edgar as secretary.
New Subdivision Opened and to
be Sold at Auction.
Mr. Jchn S. Jones, the lumber deal
er, is subdividing his property in the
old fiar grounds addition in Paris, into
building lots anud will hold a public
sale some time in May. There will be
25 choice lots located on Nineteenth
stret, Clifton street and the Clinton
This is one of the most desirable
residence additions in Pari&. and the
lots for building purposes could not lay
better, and snould meet with a ready
Watch the next issu of the Bourbon
News for date of sale.
WE KNOW HOW
Is Almost Here!
The Time to Think About Your
Spring Suit, and Not Only to Think,
. But to Buy Everybody Wants New
Clothes for Easter, and When You
Thibk About Your Easter Suit, Let it Come .From
. ' MITCHELL & BLAKBMORE, Where Bright, New .
Spring Patterns Are Here Ready For Your Inspec
tion. High-Class, Ready-to-Wear Clothes that Are
Bound to Please.
j Hats, Shirts, Ties and Hosiery, Just the Right Kind
. for Good Dressers. Don't Wait Until the Last Day,
But Make Your Selection Early.
Men's Shoes in Tans, Gun Metals, Patent
Leathers and Vici Kids.
: Mitchell & Blakemore,
g Outfitters to Men Paris,' Kentucky,
FRANK oc CO.,
The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
Cordially Invite Your Inspection of Their
Complete Lines of- v
Ready-to- Wear Garments
The largest and best assorted stock
of rugs can be found at J. T. Hinton's.
Injured in Runaway.
Mrs. John Towles, wife of a primi
nent farmer of near this city, suffered
serious injuries ina runaway accident
The accident uccured shortly after 3
o clock when Mrs. Towles, in company
with her husband, was enroute to
town. When near W. C. Dodson's
warehouse, the horse, which they were
driving, became inghtened and began
to rear and plunge, running down
Main street, striking a telephone pole,
overturning the vehicle and throwing
the occupants out. A part of the har
ness breaking prevented Mr. Towles
from stopping the horse. Mrs. Towles
struck the sidewalk on her head and
shoulder, her habsand striking partly
. She was picked up and carried to
the home of Mr. W. T. Ewalr, from
which place Drs. W. C. Ussery and
Wm. Kenney were summoned to attend
the injured woman. Her right should
er was broken and she suffered a frac-
i t'ire of the collar bone, besides being
J painfully nruised about the right side
of the head. It is not thoueht she is
j internally injured.
I After her injuries received attention
she was removed to hsr home on the
Hume & Bedford pike in Dr. Kenney's
automobile. Mr. Towles escaped with
j an usly bruise on the head. The
vehicle in which the couple were rid-,
ing was "completely demolished and
the horse was cutin several places.
Newest Styles in
f Ladies' and Misses' Suits
Linen Suits and Dresses
: Silk and Serge Dresses for Street Wear
Linen and Repp Dresses
Reception Gowns and Robes
House Dresses in Ginghams and Percales
Separate Coats in Silks, Serges and Linens
ohie In and Take a Look
Frank & Co.
Paris, - - Kentucky '
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