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THE BOURBON NEWS
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 191?
Beginning This Week We Will Re
duce all HANNAN and NETTLE
TON OXFORDS, and also Ladies'
Pumps and oxfords.
We have a great many WHITE SHOES and PUMPS
in Nubuck and Canvas that will be greatly reduced.
These will be for CASH ONLY.
The Shoe Man
$ Don't Stay At Home and Brood
jjf Over the High Cost of Living,
w But Come in and See What We Can Save You on
tfiy Groceries. Below is Just a Few of
V Our Many Bargains:
Sjff 16 lbs. Granulated Sugar $ 1 lOO
l 8 Bars Lenox Soap 25c
y Brass King Wash Boards ., 30c
2 Cans Good Corn 1 5c
1 lb. Can Royal Baking Powder 45c
Royal Seal Oats per can 1 1c
(The Only Oats for Summer)
Stabbed in Street Fight.
As the result ot a difficulty which
occurred on Main street in front of the
store of Samuel Atlas, Saturday after
noon, Fred Beagle, of Leesburg, Har
rison county, was stabbed and wound
ed by Carl Lantern, of the same place.
Circumstances which led up to the
trouble could not be ascertained. They
were seen a short time before, both in
an apparently good humor, although
they were under the influence of liquor,
ye witnesses to the affair state that
as they were wakling along the stieet
engaged in a conversation, Beagle is
alleged to have struck Lantern.
The latter then drew his knife and
the men clinched, while Lantern used
the blade wittrtelling effect upon his
antagonist. Five wounds were inflict
ed upon the left shoulder and side of
Beagle, but none of them are of a seri
Beagle was taken to the office"of Dr.
W. C. Ussery, who dressed his wounds,
and he was taken to his home in Lees
burg. Lantern was taken into custody
at the corner of High and Seventh
streets by Patrolman U. N. McKenney
and lodged in jail. Sunday morning he
was released upon $350 bond for his
appearance at the examining tiral,
which will he held in police court this
morning at 10 o'clock.
Pure Hog Lard per lb
Mason Fruit Jars, qts., per doz
Mason Fruit Jars, pts., per doz
Fruit Cans, per doz
A Fine Bluegrass Farm.
One of the best farms in Bourbon
county will be offered for sale on
August 22, at 2 o'clock. This farm
contains 226 acres and is well improv
ed. All details can be had by inquir
ing of Harris & Speakes. The place is
the Walker Muir farm on the Clinton
ville pike. 6-tf.
Summer Goods hi Cost.
Our entire stock of summer goods is
now on the market at cost. Come
early and get some of the choice bar
gains. HARRY SIMON.
Winners in Contest.
The Transylvania Company of Lex
ington has paid $26 in first and second
prizes to pupils of Bourbon county
schools for the best copy books, over
a number of others, which were sent to
Frankfort to be judged. The iollow
ing boys and girls are the winners :
Book No. 1, school at Clay's Cross
Roads. Keid BishoD, $5 ; book No. 4,
Denver school, Aileene Neal5; book
No. 5, school at Ford's Mill, Jennings
Taylor. 5 ; bonk No. 7. Deaver school,
Gertrude Bramel, S5; Second prizes :
Book No.M, Ford's Mill, Annie Webb,
$2: book No. b, Ford's Mill, Jennings
Taylor, $2; book No. 7, Clay's Cross
Roads, Ada Plummer, S2.
Get a new straw hat at 33J discount.
2-2t. MITCHELL & BLAKEMORE.
"WE KNOW HOW"
Our Entire Stock Of
straw Hais u Panamas
At 3-3 Di3 lscount, All Shapes
and Kinds at The Following
$10.00 Panamas now $6.67
$8.00 Panamas now 5.34
87.00 Panamas now "..... 4.67
$6.00 Panamas now 4.00
$5.00 Panamas now 3.34
$5.00 Straws now 3.34
$4.00 Strawsnow i 2.67
$3.00 Straws now 2.00
$2.00 Strawsnow 1.34
$1.50 Strawsnow 1.00
Buy Now While The Selection
Mitchell & Blakemore,
Outfitters to Mien
BLUE RIBBON FLOUR
25-ib Sack 80c
T. C. LENIHAN,
Both Phones 234
ZMg ON ALL WM
PRI6E. & 6a Glowers
LocalOption Petition Filed.
A petition calling for a local option
election in Montgomery connty has just
been filed in the county court bv Judge
Ed CO 'Rear, attorney for the "drys."
The petition covers all fifteen precincts
and contains 1,034 names of lecal vo
ters out of a possible 2,776, or about
thirty-five per cent. The petition will
be acted upon by County Judge McCor
mick at the August term of court,
which 'convenes the third Monday in
the month. The petition asks for an
election to be held on Monday, Sep
Insure with W. O. Hinton.
Prompt paying non - union
County Bible School Convention.
The Bourbon County Bible School
Association of the Christian church,
will hold its annual convention at
Clintonville on Thursday, August 8.
The exercises will begin at 9:30 o'clock
and will conclude with a special ser
vice at 8 o'clock p. m., in the interest
of the organized classes by the Adult
Bible 'Class Superintendent, W. J.
Clark, of Louisville. Mr. L. A. Soper,
of Little Rock, is president of the
county organization and will have
charge of the program, which is as
1. 9:30 to 10, Devotional and Wel
come ; Clintonville School.
2. lo to 10:15. Bible and Bible
School ; Address by President L. A.
3. 10:15 to 11. The New Graced
Bible School; Institute in charge of
4. 11 to 11:20. Evangelism Through
the Bible School; Rev. J. W. Ligon,
North Middletown School.
5. 11:20 to 11:50. A Message from
the State Worker.
6. 11:50 to 12. (a) Determining
the County Banner, (b) Announce
ment of Committees.
7. 1 to 2. Business Session -.Reports
of Schools, Secretaries and Commit-
8." 2 to 2:30. A Model Workers'
Cenference, Led by State Worker.
Educational Period (1) The Value
of the Cradle Roll ; Miss Annie May,
Mt. Carmel School. (2) The Value
of the Home Department; Dr. Clay
Burroughs, Millersburg School.
fl. 3 to 3:15 Trained Leaders
Through Cbss Organization; Rev. W.
E. Ellis, of Paris.
10. 3:15 to 3:30. The Importance
or Teacner Training; W. O. mnton,
11. 3:30 to 4. Herbert Moninger
Memorial Service; Led by State
All those who desire to attend the
convention, going by rail, will be
provided with conveyances from the
railroad to Clintonville, if they will
communicate with Mr. Newt. Shop
shire at that place.
FRANK & COS
The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
Final Clean-Up Sale
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments.
$25.00 Ladies' Suits, now $ 9.98
15.00 Ladies' Suits, now. 5.00
35.00 Lingerie Dresses, now. . . ; ' 1 7.50
25.00 Lingerie Dresses, now 1 5.00
20.00 Lingerie Dresses, now 9.98
15.00 Lingerie Dresses, now 7.75
10.00 Lingerie Dresses, now 4.98
30.00 Silk Dresses, now 1 5.00
25.00 Silk Dresses, now 1 2.50
20.00 Silk Dresses, now 1 O.OO
10.00 Linen Dresses, now 4.98
N 7.50 Linen Dresses, now 3.98
5.00 Linen Dresses, now 2.98
All Other Rcady-to-Wcar Garments Reduced in
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