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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
PARIS, KENTUCKY, ERIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1912
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Ladies and Gentlemen
Your Fall Shoes
They are new, seasonable and rea
sonable. The assortment is made up
of the best styles of the world's best
Shoe makers. The scope is so broad
and the size ranges so complete you
will find your size in any make you
We have also a full line of Misses',
Children's and Boys' School Shoes in
Gun Metal, Patents and Tans.
The Shoe Man
I Fill Your Pantry
And You Will Have No Fear of $
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4 16-lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00 W
M 25-lbs. Granulated Sugar 1.50 f
in Pure HogXard, per lb .--Aijw&'ls
25 Pure Eo LardrelbVcan .1?
?fo Dry Salt Bacon, per lb 1....... .14 jv
5K Nice lean Bacon, per lb .? 18 tf;
w Cu-To-No Breakfast Baccn, sliced 25 W
Cu-To-No Hams, Sliced 25 f
4) 2 Cans Good Corn 15 Ujr
h 3 Cans Baby Bunton Corn 25 ty
ii Royal Seal Oats, in cans t 10 t'
Old Reliable Coffee, per lb '. 30 J
(1 Good Bulk Coffee, per lb. .'. 25 fl
W Preserving Pears, per bu 1.00 w
fl BLU5z R53BON FLOUR
1 25-lbSack SOc
4ft 50-IbSack $1.60
'ft 10Q-IbSacE $3.20
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5 Cash Grocery. $f
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New Directors Elected.
As a result of a meeting ot the
stockholders of the Bourbon County
Agricutlural Society held at the court
house Saturday afternoon, ten mem
bers of the directorate which served
last year were dropped and their suc
cessors named, while the remaining
number composing the Board of Di
rectors werejre-elected foifthe ensuing
year. The deposed directors are J. T.
Hinton, J. M. Brennan, N. F. Brent,
K. B. Hutchcraft. F. P. Lowry, R.
P. HoDkins. V.. W. Ferguson, J. D.
McClintock, John T. Collins and J. W.
The meeting was presided over bv
Hon. C. M. Thomas who was chosen a
temporary chairman, while C. Arn
psarger acted as secretary. When the
meeting was called to order the outgo
ing board voted to reconsider its action
regarding the case of Allie Jones, of
North Middletown, one of the mest
prominent exhibitors in Central Ken
tucky, who was barred from further
participation at the fairs of the Soci
ety. Lie mernbeis of the board who were
re-elected were C. Arnsparger, A. P.
Adair, J. F. liarbee, H. S. Caywood,
J. M. Hall, Robert Meteer, W. G. Tal
bott, C. M. Thomas, J. Miller Ward
and A. S. Thompson, while the new
members chosen were Duncan Bell, F.
P. Campbell, S. G. Clay, T. H. Clay,
Jr., Allie Jones, W. C. Massie, George
Rassenfoss, George W. Stuart. George
D. Speakes and J. U. Boardmtfn.
The new board of directors will hold
a meeting at some time in the near fu
ture to consider the election of officers
to serve next year. Mr. J. M. Hall,
who has been at the head of the socie
ty since its rejuvenation seven years
ago, will probably again be elected
president, while Mr. W. G. Talbott is
likely to be elected to succeed himself
as vice president. Mr. Chas. Weber,
who for several years . has acted as
secretary, is not an applicant for the
position. The office of treasurer will
probably be filled by Mr. C. Arnsparg
er, the present incumbent.
According to Mr. Jones.'' the old
Board reconsidered its former action
without a protest from him. He fur
ther'states that the newspaper reports
concerning his action on the last day of
the fair, were incorrect and that he
used no unbecoming language in the
ring toward the judges or the commit
tee. Mr. Jones said yesterday that he
has not decided whether he will accept
a position on the Board, but will reach
a decision before the next meeting of
At the next meeting of the society's
directors, matters looking toward the
holding of the fair next year will be
discussed from every angle, and it is
probable that early action will be tak-
xijin-Sficurjnjg-Jine of high classat-
tractions ior tne iair next year, ine
matter of changing the dates will come
up at this meeting also.
Several of those who are interested
in the welfare of the society have'dis
cussed the possibility of having the
Krause shows which exhibited here
last week under the auspices of the
Maccabees to return for thp fair next
year. The management of the carni
val company will keep in touch with
the local people in regard to it, and
expressed a desire to return to this
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Democrats Register to-day.
Polls oper 6 a. m. to 9 p. m.
A very choice line of Hand Embroid
ered, Knitted, Silk and Fur Caps.
Special Display October 4th.
MISS JESSIE BROWN.
"WE KNOW HOW"
It Is Not Too Marly
To Buy a Fall
Hat Now! "': - v,
Your old straw is beginning to look rusty and
our stock of Stetson and Dunlap Hats is ready
for your inspection. We are showing all the
new shades in the Stetson Velours, the rough
nappy finish in greens, heathers, browns and
Fall Shoes in the Stetson
Shoe, Korreet Shape -
and Dr. Reed's
Shoes are here in the swell English last, low
heels, flat sole, in Gun Metal and Tans. Come
in and try a pair on
Mitchell & Blakemore,
Outfitters to Mien
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FRANK & COS
The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
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In all the latest colors and
shapes, included are -
Boys' School Suits, Caps ancS
PK16E & 60. Giotnier.
Democrats register early
to-day. Polls open 6 a. m. to
9 d. m.
Large Sale of Blue Grass Seed.
One of the largest sales of blue
grass seed made in this section this
season was consummated last week
when Hamilton Bros., of Montgomery
county, sold to the Kentucky Blue
Grass Seed Co., of Mt. Sterling, 20,
000 bushels of stripped seed. The sale
was made for the delivery of the seed
at MJ. -Sterling and the sum of 813,600
was involved in the transaction the
seed being sold at the rate of 68 cents
Col. Clay Abandons Farming.
Col. E. F. Clay, former president
of the Kentucky Racing Association
and prpprietor of Runnymeade Stud,
on account of ill health, has decided to
discontinue the active management of
his magnificent farm on the Cynthiana
pike, and m a short time will leave
with his" family to spend the winter at
his summer home, which is located at
Col. Clay is one of the most promi
nent farmers in Central Kentucky and
lor years has been engaged in the ex
tensive breeding of thoroughbreds, un
til recently, when he disposed of all
his thoroughbred holdings and retired
from the turf. He, in connection with
Mr. Catesby Woodford, owned some of
the highest class horses in this coun
try, among the number being Star
Shoot, Sir Dixon, and the famous im
ported stallion, Carlton Grange, and
their breeding establishment ranked
second to none in Kentucky.
Several months ago Col. Clay suffer
ed a slight attack of pneumonia, from
the effects oE which he has never re
covered, and while his condition at
present is very favorable, it is not
thought advisable for him to remain in
this climate until extremely cold
weather becins, and following his usu
al custom he will go to Florida, how
ever, a little earlier this fall.
Col. Clay has leased his farm to
Messrs N. H. Tavlor and John Wood
ford, reserving the residence and a
part of the farm lor' his personal use. .
"ITOU have never seen such an extraor
dinary and charming gathering of
Autumn suits, dresses and coats as we
are now displaying.
The styles, with the many distinctive novelties they em
' body, will measure up to your most critical desires. Paris
modes are brought to your door.
ANK & CO.,