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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 8, 1912
Tiib BOURBON NEWS.
ALWAYS HAS THE BEST
Insure your Tobacco with
THOMAS & WOODFORD.
We have fresh "sausage every dav.
p - "e us your order it you want the
jt T. LENIHAN.
Chairmen to Meet Tuesday.
i he newly elected county chairmen
he Burley district due to be elected
"jrdaj under the new ten year pool-
i Ian and who will constitute" the
w Burley District Board, will hold
)p,r first quarterly session in Lexing
t - today.
, hsne'your order to us for fresh oys
t f e receive them daily.
. a ' JOHH SAUER.
Special on Johnny Coats.
Coats for ladies and
20.00 Johnny Coats at
es at S9.75
t 75 at the
SIMON DEPT. STOKE.
e Sie department was called out
b irday morning to extinguish a
gr 1 blaze-: in the 3ourbnn Garage
c -ed by an explosion of gasoline on
t ; washing stand. There was no dam
rve. fire, wind and lightning Insur
ance. Thomas & Woodford.
,ew Fall Footwear arriving daily at
Hi tf FELD'S SHOE SlORE.
Buy Grocery Stock.
Messrs. Frank and Chas. Skilliuan
have purchased the grocery of Mr. W.
P Hume on Second street and will
conduct the business in the future.
Ocean Blue Wins at Laurel.
Ocean'Blue'at odds of 5 to $2, won
the third race for three year old maid
en Allies at the Laurel, Md., course
1 riday. Ocean Blue is the property;of
Clay Bros., the Bourbon turfmen and
a sister to Ocean Bound, a star per
former in the strirnr of the local firm.
Genuine Mexican chile concarne fresh
every dav. The real article.
4 2t J. E. CRAVEN.
Special on Suits.
S20. suits for ladies and misses at
?12.50 at the Simon Department Store.
Candy on Sale Tomorrow.
Miss Holladay's famous home made
candy will be placed on sale Wednes
day,, Oct. 9. The candy with a world
Bank Stock Sold.
Auctioneer M. F. Kenney sold pub
licly at the court house door yesterday
for Dan Isgrig, administrator of the
estate of Win. lsgrig.deceased, the fol
lowing shaies of the capital stock of
the First National Bank of Paris :
Five shares to John Marstin at 3236.
50: five shares to Jas. McClure at
236.50; five shares to James
Cottage at Auction.
Mansfield & Riser's cottage on
Kineteenth'street, will be sold at auc
tion on Wednesday, October 16, at 2 p.
m. It is conveniently located and very
Our specialty is picture framing.
Work done on short notice. Most se
lect line of mouldings to pick from.
R 2t PARIS BOOK CO.
Paris Wins First Game.
The football game Friday afternoon
between the Paris and Cynthiana High
bchool teams reulted in a victory for
the former, the score being 27 to 10.
The line-up for Paris was : Arnpsar
ser, F center; Mitchell, right guard:
Lynch, left guard; Kprns, right tackle;
Davis, left tackle Megione, right end;
,ri-dmdr, lf:cnJ: I .i'.auaiierLac ,
Mrs. Lon Tribdle who has been
quite ill is improving.
Miss Lizzie Grimes was a visitor
in Cincinnati Friday and Saturday.
-Miss Lelia Keller has returned from
a visit to. Mrs. E. S. Baird in Cynthi
ana. Miss Gussie Behrman arrived Sun
day for a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs.Grant Buchanan, of
Cincinnati,visited relatives in this city
Mrs. Lee Price and son, Morris
were visitors in Cincinnati Fridav and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson and
Miss Josie Alexander visited in Cincin
Miss Annie Miller, of Ashiand. is
tie guest of Mr. andjtfrs. O. W. Mil
ler in this city.
Mr. Orlie Chandler, of Harrods
burg, is here the guest of his brother,
Mr. Taylor Chandler.
" Miss Margaret Ferguson spent a
few days last week with Miss .Helen
Lafferty in Lexington.
Mrs. Sallie McMillan, of Lexing
ton, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joe
Varden, in East Paris.
his J. ather.
Mr.E. O. Hutchcraft,
111., is here on a visit to
Mr. H. Clay Hutchcraft.
illliack; Adair, left half:
ihompson, right half.
Rye &nd Timotny.
I We have choice Northern and home !
gown seed rye, also timothy seed, for
20 tf R. B. HUTCHCRAFT.
Miss Nellie Schwartz has returned
from a visit to her nephew, Dr. Henry
Schwartz, in Columbus, O.
! Dr. George K. Varden, of Atlanta,
Ga., is the guest of his parents, Dr.
and Mrs. George S. Varden.
Mrs. Henry Craig, of Georgetown,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
Davis, in this city yesterday.
JudgeDenis Dundon and daugh
ter, Miss,.Virginia, were visitors in
Cincinnati Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson, uf
Covington, were the guests Sunday j)f
their son, Mr. P. A. ThomDson.
Mrs.,E. T.Shipp. who formerly re
sided here, was the guest Friday of
Mrs. Ida Thomas and Mrs. Lee T.
Mr. and Mrs. Buckner Woodford,
Jr., have moved to the house recently
leased of the Misses J ay nes on High
MrsRobert Mattingly and daugh
ters, Ruby and Alice Mattingly, are on
an extended visit to relatives in Hart
Mr. Junjus Litsey, of Lexington,
was the uest Sunday of his sister,
Miss Jessica Litsey, at, Bourbon Col
lege. Mr. B. R. Dickerson has returned
from Louisville where he attended the
meeting of the Grand Lodge of Knights
Mr. Frank Collins, of North Mid
dletown, who underwent an operation
at a Lexington ;Hospilal Thursdav is
getting along nicely.
Mr. Chas. Mitchell, who has been
ill for some time suffering with an at
tack of typhoid fever, was able to be
out driving yesterday.
Mrs. 'Thompson Tarr returned j3at
urdav from Oklahoma City, Okla., ac
companipd by her aunt, Mrs. Bedford,
who will make. her a visit.
Mrs. John Yerkes is confined to
the St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington
from the effects of an operation which
was performed Thursdav.
Prof. Robert Hinton, of George
town College, was the guest Saturday
and Snndav of his Barents. Mr. and
McClure 1 Mrs. W. M. Hinton in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. D . P. Hume have
moved to to their new home on ;the
Peacock pike near Paris, which they
recently purchased from Mr. Henry
Clay. ' -
Among the guests at the luncheon
bridge given by Mrs. Nannie Jewell
Embry at her home in Jessamine
countv Friday was Mrs. John Davis,
ot this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dvche, of
London, stopped off Sunday the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martin. They
were enroute home after attending the
Printers Cost" Congress in Cincinnati.
Judge Robert L. Stout was taken
suddenly ill at the Uld Inn in Louis
ville.Wednesday suffering.from an at
tack of acute indigestion. He was re
moved to his home in Versailles Fri
day. His condition is greatly, im
proved. - Judge E.'B. January, Georere W.
Jul . t'. J. McCor-. Vv. C. uoutsui , J.
H. Doty, W. S . Kiser, George W.
ChaDman and H. C. Henson left yes
tPidiy for Somerset to attend Ken
tucky Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows as
delegates from the Bourbon Lodge.
The Parliamentary Club, which
resulted trom a class in Parliamentary
Law, taught in this city last winter fcy
Fail Line Goods.
An unusually attractive showing of
new autumn suits, coats, dresses,
waists and millinery at the
SIMON DEPT. STORE.
Famous Home Made Candy. -
Miss Holladay' famous home made
candy will go on sale Wednesday, Oct.
Applegtte Drafted by Omaha.
Pitcher Applegate, of the Paris base
ball club, has been drafted by the Oma
ha, Neb., club. This announcement
was made last week by Secretary Far
rell. The draft price of $300 was paid
over to the Paris" club Friday, and ac
cording to the terms of the contract be
tween Applegate and the local club be
received one half of the draft price.
Omaha is a member of a class A
league. Appegate, who was regarded
as one of the best pitchers in the lBlue
Grass last year, came here Jate in- the
season from Atlanta, where be had
been signed with that club, but owin
to the lact that during the early sea
son herwas afflicted with a sore arm3
which resulted in his release. He
rigned with Parii and was one of the
ainRtays during the remainder of the
Mr. Edward Tipton of Des" 'Moines,
la., is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Q C.
Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, of Cynthi
ana, is visiting at the home of Mr.
B. F. Remington.
Mrs. Frank M. Clay will entertain
with rards on Wednesday afternoon at
her home in East Paris.
Mr. James Denton, aged about
eighty years, is quite ill at his home
near Paris on the Ruddles Mills pike.
Mrs. Mary Adair, of Mt. Sterling
has returned home after a visit to
Mrs. Belle Mitchell and Mrs. Georgia
Patrolman Chas. Thomas, of the
Paris police force, who has been quite
ill for several days, threatened win ty
phoid fever, is imDroving.
Mr. D..C McNamara, of Boston,
Mass., who is visiting relatives m
Millersburg, was in Paris yesterday
mingling with his old friends.
KMrTW'rErBoard isconfined to his
bed at his home on Mt. Airy avenue
having taken suddenly ill yesterday.
He was reported as being improved as
we go to press. 5
-Mrs. C. J.McLear has gone to Lou
isville to be at the bedside of her sh
ter, Mrs. Vallandingham, ot Owentor,
who will undergo an operation at a hos
pital, where Mrs. Vallandingham's
daughter is also ill, having recently
undergone an operation.
Sale of Edibles.
The ladies of the Baptist church will
have a sale of edibles at the store of
Mr. George W. Davis on Saturday.
Everything good to eat will be
"Roxie" Davis !
Cbe Insurance Hgent
Life, Accident, Health,
Liability, Fire, Wind,
Biggest and Best Paying Companies. I
Give Old "Nub" a Calf.
2 Helios 137
Kills Enerfty and Then Uses
At Richmond yesterday Brack Mau
pin. a tanner, shot and killed James
Faris, of Lawrenceburg. Maupin fir
ed five shots, three of which took effect
in his enemy's body, and when he fell
lifeless in the street he sprang upon
him with a penknife, cut his throat
and stabbed him in several places.
An old grudge is said to be the cause
of the shooting.
Both men are prominently connected.
Insure your tobacco with
McClure & Ciendenin. E.
T.jfPhone 235. Home Phone
Buy New Shop.
Mr. Carl Crawford has purchased the
New Windsor Barber Shop and will be
found at that place in the tuture to
wait on his friends and old .nations.
The shop is newly equipped and it will
be Mr. Crawford's aim to run a
strictly sanitary and up to date place.
He invites you to call.
Two Cheviot Northern Bucks, both
registered, one yearling and one com
ing three year old, also one two year
old Southdown buck. Ten Dollars
X. J. ROSE,
Route 7, Cynthiana.
E. T. Phone 167-2 Paris Ex. 3t
For Friday Only,
Japanese Napkins, 100 in a package
Solid Brass Cuspidors, loaded bot
toms each 39c.
Anderson Blackboard Erasers, 5c
High-grade Sewing Machine Oil, a
Per Oxide of Hydrogen, 8 ounce
bottle, only 9 cents.
Almond Cream, a battle 10c.
Blue Seal Vasseline, a bottle 3c.
Stone Pipe, 6-inch size, a joint 9c.
Sheet Iron Bread Pans, assorted
sizes, each oc.,.
Asbestes Mats, blued steel bottoms,
Tooth Picks, 2 boxes for 5c, Clothes
Pins, 2 1-2 dozen for 5c; Pearl But
tons, 10c quality at 5c a dozen ; En
amelled Steel Dish Pans, 17 quart
size, all first quality, each 29c; !
Colonial Glass Pitchers, highly pol- i
ished, each 25c; Picture Frames, i
16x20, including glass, 39c. J
Oliver typewriter ; used very little'
and good as new. Will offer this ma-'
chine at a bargain if taken at once, i
Call over either phone No. 64.
New Fall Goods
Having just returned from a
tour of the Eastern Markets we
are in a position to show you
the very newest in Silks, Dress
Goods, Dress Trimmings, Laces,
Lace Curtains, Neckwear and
Novelties of every description.
Come and help us make this a
Banner Year. Your Patronage
Mrs. Logan, of Kansas City, will meet
Wednesday afternoon for reorganiza
tion, and to renew the study of the
Eubject. The meeting will be held in
the Elks' building.
the active chapters of the Chi
Omega and Delta, Delta, Delta fra
ternities of Hamilton College enter
tained Saturday evening with the an
nual Pan Helenic dance at the college.
Among those present were Mrs. Amos
Turney, Mrs. William Ardery and
Misses Mary Fithian Hutchcrattr and
Carolyn Roseberry, of Paris.
Mrs. Frank M. Clay entertained
delightfully at her.home in East Paris
Friday afternoon. There were three
tables Jof auction bridge, and a tempt
ing lunch was served, the menu being
old bam, fruit salad, egg croquettes,
pickles, beaten biscuit, hot roll and
coffee. Mm. J. W.Bacon"tecured the
first prize, a pair of silk hose, for the
highest score ; and Mrs. W. R'. IScott
the -booby, an embroidered gueet towel.
The hostess was assisted by Miss Josie
Gardner and Mrs. Perry Hutchcraft.
Those who enjoyed the pleasant after
noon were Mrs. Owen Davis. Mrs.
CbarltonJAlexander, Mrs. Jos. M.Hall,
Mrs. W. R. Scott, Mrs. J. W. Baoon,
Mrs. E. M. Dickson, Mrs. Hugh Mont
gomery, Mrs. Heniy Butler, Mrs. Cus
tis Talbott, Mrs. Duncan Bell, Mrs.
George Stuart andMr?i .d Turner.
Bourbon Bank &
Paris, - Kentucky.
Capital . . . .V. , . .$100,000.00
Surplus Profits 50,000.00
We will' appreciate your busi
ness and favor you in evjery way
Try a Savings Account
3 per cent. Interest,
pHHHBR fea? VmmHR
Never have you
heard in any musical
instrument a tone so
clear and meUow.
Hearing is believing.
Come in any time no
Some Good Things fco Eat.
Always Fresh and Crisp.
New York Cream Cheese.
Mlade from FuSl Cream and Thor
Imported Swiss Cheese.
Wc Pride Ourselves on its Quality.
afid VanGamp's Soups; Chase.&
Sanborn's Famous Boston Coffee.
!! ffl We are the exclusive selling agents for this celebrated B
m line of Fine Teas and Coffees. '
WwWBCSPB.ffil Sk 64"he Home ofGood Things to Eat" m,
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vovl in iheiA paAtoAS vsoxid Ire ashamed 0
have yoox see heir kieken6, o? believe he kiQhen
Ahoild be he Ldie6 Aoom. in he whole fioxise
and fi foA company o eneA.
Stood ase6 So mueA. Leer urhen pAepared
a ni.ee, exean rjlicjicti.
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