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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY AlTD FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1912
me Difflon uepi aiore.
Sweeping Reductions on
Coats, Suits, Skirts, Dress
es and Millinery for
Ladies, Misses, Children.
Tbe Simon Department Store,
For People Who
want to Live Well
and Save Money,
16 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00
3 lb can Asparagus 20c
2 cans good Corn 15c
Navy Beans, per lb 6c
3- tie Broom .; 35c
4- tie Broom or Parly Queen 45c
10 bars Cardinal Soap 25c
The best Coal Oil, per gallon 1 Oc
BLUE RIBBON FLOUR
25-gb Sack SOc
50-lb Sack $1 .60
1 OO-lb Sack . , $3.20
T. C. LENIHAN,
Both Phones 234
Harrell Will Manage Paris Club.
Manager Joe Lewis, of the Paris
clbu, was last night given his uncon
d.tional release by the Paris club an1
Danny Harrell, who plaved with the
pennant winners last season was ap
pointed as his scucessor. Pete Wood,
of the Ditching staff of the Bourbon
ites, was also given his release along
Today Harrell will assume the
management ot tht local aggregation
and will Dilot them on their trip to'
Fiankfort, where the Paris team will
play its first game under the new lead
er. The present season lis the second
year Harrell has been on the Bourbon
iie roster, last season playing at shbrt
with the local aggregation and his
work in this position was prominent in
many a battle in which the Bourbon
ites participated. He is well-known
throughout the circuit as one of the
hardest and most consistent ball play
ers in the league, a fast fielder and a
most reliable hitter.
The effort sof Lewis have been any
thing, but satisfactory to the local
management and fans, and the listless
spirit which he has displayed in the
past few games prompted the action
which resulted in his release. Since
Woods has been with Paris he has
showed poor form and in the contests
in which he has participated he did not
come up. to expectations.
The Paris management will
strengthen the pitching staff and im
prove in other departments with a
view of giving Paris a (earn which will
be second to none on the circuit and
one that will be put in the running
when the season closes. With Har
rell at the helm, and with his superior
knowledge of the game, the dreams of a
third pennant should be realized.
"WE KNOW HOW"
Notice to Democrats of Bourbon
Notice is hereby given that a County
Convention will be held at the County
Court roouj at the Court House, in
Paris, Kentucky, on Saturday after
noon, May 25, 1912. at 2 o'clock, for the
purpose of selecting delegates to the
Democratic State Convention, to be
held at Louisville, Ky., on May 29,
1912.jfor the purpose of selecting dele
gates to lenresent Kentucky at the
Democratic National,Convenlion to be
held in Baltimore, Md., on June 2,
1912; for the purpose of selecting a
Democratic candidate for President and
Vice-Pr?sident, to be voted for at -the
November election, 1913.
C. C. CLARKE,
Chairman Bourbon County Demo
JJO 'TATTED CALF" for the
Prodigal Son, but we do offer
comfort and satisfaction to the
Those who have spent riotously in the
past for both
and have not found satisfaction will he sur
prised at the satisfaction they will find in our
ready-for-service garments Not only the
price, but the -perfect fit and wearing qualities
will surprise you.
Mitchell & Blakemore,
La Valliers, Bon Paris, Van
itees, Colognes, Jewel Cas
es. Suggestion to give a fair
graduate. Shire & Fithian.
Frankfort Chosen for Next Meet
The Kentucky State Association of
Railway Surgeons, after selecting
Frankfort as the place for their next
annual meeting, and electing officers,
concluded its two-days' meeting in
Lexington. Dr. Yandell Roberts, of
Louisville, was chosen president; Dr.
VV. O. Bullock, of Lexington, first
vice-president : Dr. G. D. Murrell of
Paducah, second vice-president; Dr. J.
B.' Kinnaird, of Lancaster, secretary ;
and Dr. C. H. Vaught, of Richmond,
treasurer and editor of the Journal.
Ciab Orchard made a lively fight for
the 1913 meeting, but it was finally
given to Frankfort. The exact date
of the meeting next May was not
The XTRAGOOD Label
Makes Satisfaction Sure.
- Sailor, Russian and Jun
ior suits, pretty cheviots,
worsteds and serges, new
est combinations for Spring
wear, large graceful collars,
., silk ties, trousers lined.
Most artistic designs on the
market, 2 1-2 to 10
years . $5.00
Boys' two-piece double
breasted and Norfolk suits,
plain two-piece suits with
full lined "knickers;" also
Norfolk and ' ' knicker ' '
trousers; new Spring styles,
large variety of styles and
checks. A very ' popular
stvle lor this season, durable serge linings. All
Boots, Oxfords and Pumps.
Plenty of white Newbuck boots for
ladies, also oxfords and pumps, now
on sale at Fells' Shoe Store. tf
COTS FOR CONCLAVE.
Place your final order for
cots and bedding not later
than Thursday noon, May 23
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The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
1-2 Irioe Sale
Ladies' Sailor Hats
Having: closed out two large lines of
Ladies' Sailors we -are enabled to offer
New and Up-to-date Styles of Sailor
Hats at 1-2 the Original Price. - - -
the style and appearance of much higher-priced
clothing; sizes 7 to 17 years $7.50
price & 60. dotniers
"Bob" Anderson is Indicted.
The Scott county cranri jury in ses
sion at Georgetown returned an indict
ment Saturday against R bsrt H
Anderson, chairman of the Scott
county Democratic commitlee. chare:
ing him with falsely and knowing!"
certifying to the election retjrns in
the Democratic primary, hel I July
1911. at which nominations for United
States Senator, Governor and other
State officers was made. This is the
third investigation of the case, the
grand jury last November and aga n
in February, which took up ti.e
investigation of the charges, failing to
return any indictments.
In November when tne matter was
under investigation by the grand jury,
it was found that several'ballot bor.es
from various voting precincts in the
city of Georgetown were missing. ;anti
Chairman Anderson was ordered by
the court to produce them, but failing
to do so he was ordered sent to jail for
twenty-four hours for contempt of
court. After remaining locked up f jr
one hour, he was released, just as ha
beas corpus proceedings were being
prepared to be taken before Circuit
Judge Kerr, at Lexington.
The indictment of Chairman Ander
son, who was formsrlv Mavor of
! Gorgetown and formerly Represent
ative from Scott county in the Ken
tucky Legislature ,has casued a sensa
tion. The accused Droraptly gave bond
,.for his apDearance in Circuit Court
Ladies' and Misses Suits
AT GREAT PRICE REDUCTIONS
$25.00 SUITS NOW
$22.50 SUITS NOW
$20.00 SUITS NOW
$15.00 SUITS NOW
These are This Seasons' Styles, All Colors
Blazers and Nor folks, WhitS
P. K. and Corduroy Skirts,
Just Received. -Inspection Invited.
Frank & Co.
Paris, - ; Kentucky
( when thu case comes up. for trial.