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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 11,-1912
lb KOURBON NEWS.
ALWAYS HAS THE BEST
Insure your Tobacco with
THOMAS & WOODFOR D.
Chase SL Sanborn's Coffee, the
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sale only at
Mr. Louis Saloshin ia confined to his
heme onPleasant street suffering with
a sprained ankle. The injury was sus
tained several days ago when Mi. Sal
rshin was alighting trom a vehicle and
at is causing him considerable pain.
Our specialty is picture framing
Work done on short notice. Most se
Kct line of mouldings to pick from
s 2t PARIS BOOK CO.
Rye and Timotny.
We have choice Northern and home
jown seed rye, also timothy seed, for
-U tf R. B. HUTCHCRAFT.
Jr '?e E. B. Jaf&arv, W. C. Dodson.
P. , . AlcCord arfd'H. C. Henson. dele
gat j to tne Gratia Lodge of Odd Fel
'on which met at Somerset, returned
nor j yesterday morning. Judge Jan
::aiy was elected as chairman of the
committee of the Indigent and Re
becca Home, an office he has held for
seven successive years. Tne Grand
Lodge will meet next year in Paducah.
Lest You Forget
we say it yet, Chase & Sanborn's
coffee is the best you can get. 30
cents per pound and only to be found
Grocery Store Robbed.
The grocery store of Logan How
ard, on Main street, was burglarized
Monday ninht, and between six and
ceven dollars in pennies taken from
the cash drawer. 'Ihe thief gained an
entrance to the store by breaking a
glass out of the rear door and turning
the key which was in the door, and
taking down a heavy- wooden bar.
Evidently the intruder did not molest
any of the merchandise 'as nothing
could be missed.
The Only Place in Town.
Fee's is the only place in town
where you can buy Chase & Sanborn's
Famous Boston Coffee. 30 cents per
Held to Grand Jury.
Nathan Ashe", colored, charged with
forgery, was arraigned in Squire Fret
well's court Tuesday morning and
waiving'examination, was held to the
grand jury. Asher is charced with
forging the name of Mr. B. ft, iieniek
as an endorsement to a check which
was presented to the George Alexan
der & Co., Bank for payment. Trse
check was taken frrm the grocery
store of Mr. John Sauer.
Nice Home at '"Auction.
Mansfield & Kiser's cottage m Nine
teenth street, to be sold at : nation
Wednesday, October 16. is close to car
line and railroad yards, and is a nice
home or splendid investment.
Dried Fruit and Cereals.
We have new dried
oats and hominy.
COOK & CO.
In Police Court vesterday Jude E.
B. January assessad the following
Lyda Davis, colored, disorderly con
Minnie Chenault, colored, same,
Geo. Smith, colored, drunkenness,
Normal Boyle, white, drunkenness,
W. P. Claypool, drunkenness, $7 50.
James Lawrence, dismissed.
Phone us your order it you wai.t tr.e
8-2t T. LENIHAN.
High Grade Fruits.
Golden State Canning Company's
"Quality" line California fruits' are
the finest goods packed on the Pacific
They come in three grades, Red La
bel, good at 15 cents. White Label,
better at 20 cents, and Blue Label,
best at 25 cents per can. This puts
hlj?h grade California canned .fruits
within reach of every housewife. Ask
your erocer for them.
THE POWER GROCERY CO.,
Mr. John Lisle is dangerously
at nis nome rear this city.
JVliss Sallie Danielis visiting Mrs.
I. M. Mount, in Lancaster.
Mrs. L. J. Fretwell is confined to
her home with a slight illness.
Mrs. Chas. Thomas and daughter,
Heleng are visiting relatives in Car
lisle. Dr. S. W. Longan and family will
leave this week for Kansas City to re
side. Miss Lena Whaley, of this city,
visited relatives in Cynthiana last
Mrs.Laura Hanley, ofJChicago, is
the guest ofher sister, Mrs. Emma
Miss Dorothy Talbott has returned
home after soendine the summer in
-Mr. and Mrs. Horace M. 1 Taylor,
of Carlisle, are visitimr relatives in
Mr. Dcug.'Hildreth, of New York,
is here on a visit to his father, Mr.
Rev. J. S. Simms, of the Method
ist church, is spending several days at
Mr. Gleason, of Brooksville. is
visiting his son, Thos.JL Gleason, on
Miss Cora Baldwin has leturr.ed to
her home in Winchester after a visit
tj friends in this city.
Mrs. Jos. Ecton has returned to
her home in Winchester after a visit
to Mrs D. G. Taylor
Call in and see our well selected
stock of fall and winter hats. Velour
hats, all shades, rough and plain felts,
all the new shades. Correct styles in
all stiff hats.
24 tf MITCHELL & BLAKEMORE.
Bourbon Man Elected Manager.
At a meeting of the 'directors of the
Carlisle Loose Leaf Warehouse, Mr. W.
D. Mclntvre, of Millersbursr, who is
the largest individual stockholder in
the concern, was chosen as General
Manager. Mr. Mclntyre js one of the
best known business men in this sec
tion of the state and has been engaged
in the tobacco business for a good
many years. His section as manager
of the Carlisle house is a well deserv
ed compliment to bis abiiltiss to han
dle successfully the affairs of the company.
Mrs. Rion Dow, of Des Moines,
Ia., is the guest of her patents. Mr.
and Mrs. B. B. Marsh.
Miss Sue Ford Offutt, of George
town, has returned home after a visit
to Miss Carolyn Roseberry.
Mr. Lyons Board, of Middlesboro,
is the guest of his parents, Mi. and
Mrs. W. E. Board, in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burnaugh, of
this citv, were visitors in Lexington
Tuesday and attended the tros.
Miss Minnie C. Buky, of Palatlca,
Fla., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph Houston at their home near this
Mrs. James Curtis has as her
guests her mother, Mrs. Chas. Swis
cher and niece, Miss Hazel Kerns, of
Mrs. Otis West and little daugh
ter, Miss Evelvn West, have gone to
Columbus, Ga., for an extended visit
Mrs. Jessie Adams has returned
from her home in Michigan and will
spend the winter with her friends, Mr.
and Mrs. James Curtis.
Mr. R. B. Boulden. of Denver. Col.,
who is visiting friends and relatives
in this county, was the guest of Mr.
W. H. H. Johnson in this city Tues
day. Mr John Spears, who has been in
the employ of Spears & Sons, of this
city, in Alberta Province, Canada, is
here, the guest of his brother, Mr. Lee
Mrs. Cdllie Keller and daughter,
Mrs. Robert Frank, will leave Satur
day for Chicago to visit, Mr. Irvine
Keller and to attend his wedding to
Miss Waite on October 19.
Mr.fand Mrs. C. W. Ferguson have
r "irned to their home in Atlanta,
Ga. after'a visit to Mrs. Ferguson s
"--its,?Mr. and Mrs. John Prideraore,
near this city.
Mr. George F. Gildea and Miss
Edna E. Little, of Columbus, O., came
to this city yesterday morning and pro
curinga marriage license were united
in marriage by Judge Denis Dundcn
in his private office in the court house.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Tandy and
Mrs. L. H. Craig, of Vevay, Ind.. and
Dr. and Mrs. Finley, of Mansfield, are
the guests for a few days of Mrs. W.
W. Judy and Mrs. Jos. M. Rion. The
party is touring the Blue Grassj in an
Services'at 'St. Peter's Episcopal
church Sunday bv Rev. G. H. Harris,
rector. Holy communion and sermon
at 10 :45 a. m. Subject of the sermon
"Absolution, or Who Can Forgive
Sins." Sunday school andJ3ible class
at 9 :30 a. nr.
Mrs. Mary E. Howse, of Carlisle,
mother of Mrs. Rudolph Davis, of
this citj has leturned home after a
visit to Carrollton, Mo. She was ac
companied by her mothe.Mrs. Stanley,
who will spend tlie winter with her at
her home in Carlisle.
Miss Mary Fithian Hutchcraft. of
this city, entertained with a box party
at the Lexington Opera House last
evening, to see Mme. Nazimova, in
,.. .. f f in'iS3 Ana IIowwkI Harbeson,
oi Lexington, ana ner gutsc, r.iiss
Helen Ryan, of Detroit, Mich.
Thelcondition of Mr. Harry "Sti?
vers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
Stivers, formerly of this city, who is
at the Good Samaritan Hospital in
Lexington remains unchanged. Mr.
Stivers returned'to his home in Lexing
ton fromlWest Point, Tenn., where he
had been engagedwi.th syi engineering
corps on the L. '& N7 and it was
thought he was suffering from appen
dicitis, but it has been ascertained
that this was not the malady and an X
ray examination will be made in an
effort to determine the cause of his
Mrs. Frank M. Clay entertained at
her homelm East Paris Wednesday at
Five Hundred. There were seven
tables. The house was decorated with
the season's flowers. At one o'clock
an elaborate luncheon consisting of
chicken salad, croquets, escalloped
oysters, baked pears, hot rolls, coffee
and olives were served the following
guests : Mesdames Wm. Wornall, Nel
lie Highland, B. B. Marsh, Rion Dow,
Des Moines, la., W. K. Scott, Lew
Taylor, Watson Judy, Wm. Kenney,
James Wilson,. J..T. Brown, Thorn well
Tadlock. Thomas Allen, Harmon Stitt,
EdTucker, W. G. McClintock, Forrest
Letton, Custis Talbott, Jesse Turney
and Wade Whitley; Misses Bess Wil
son, Florence Wilson, Josie Gardner,
Clara Bacon, Julia Edwards, Gene
Owpns and Etha VanArsdale.
The question ,of the election of an
additional number of officers will be
"taken up at-the morning service next
Sunday at the Christian church.
Rev. J. S. Sirrs, pastor of the
Methodist church, has announced a se
ries of revival services to begin at
that church on November 10. The
services will continue for three weefcp,
and will be in charge of Evangelist
' President J.L. Clark, of Kentucky
Wesleyan College, former pastor of
the Paris Methodist church, will con
Suet both services at the church in this
Next Sunday morning at the Bar
tist church Rev. E. M. Lightfoot will
preach at 10:45 a. m.. Gn "Giving thfc
JL.ora a Fair Deal, and at night on
"What is Armageddon?" The Sur
day school and Baraca Class meets at
9 :30 a. m.
The ZJircle Missionary Society will
be held by the ladies of the Methodist
church.on Oct. 21 and 22. to which all
members and friends are cordially in
vited. Visiting speakers and delegates
will be present. The program, which
will pe published later, will be very in
teresting." You can win an automobile.
Insure your tobacco with
McCIure & Clendenin. E.
T.Phone 235. Home Phone
Read Page 7 today.
Carpets and Rugs.
Come to the carpet and rug store if
you want something nice at reasonable
prices. Large stock to select from.
No shop worn patterns, all new.
J. T. HINTON.
In the Bulk.
Bunte's Celebrated Chocolates in the
bulk at 40 cents per pound at
Fresh Caught Salmon.
Fresh caught salmon received
and tomorrow. Phone ns your
We receive dailv fine 'fresh oysters.
Fat stock and full measure. No water.
Phone us your order.
The Paris High School foot ball team
and the Maysville High School team
will meet tomorrow afternoon at White
Park in the second game of the season
on the local grounds.
Rooms and Board.
Fronkroom and board for man and
wife, corner Pleasant and Duncan ave
nue. xMRS. WALLINGFORD.
Fine shipment of preserving peaches
Pointer dog ; owner can have ""same
hy paving charges for keep and adver
tising. . W. KING.
A light tan rain coat was lost Wed
nesday night from a buggv driving
from High street rear ti action office
over Fourth and Pleasant streets "to ,
poaiomce. suitame reward will be
naid for return to this office.
Weanling mule was "lost between
Cavwood & McClintock's mule yards
in South Paris and my place on the
Clintonville pike on Wednesday, Octo
ber 10. Information leading to its re
covery will be rewarded.
I. D. THOMPSON.
Paris. Ky., v
11 31: E. T. Phone 628
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
W. ED. TUCKER.
Never have you
heard in any musical
instrument a tone so
clear and mellow.
Hearing fs believing.
Come in any time no
In buying Coffee do not rely on the attract
iveness of the package or the size of the
Coffee berry. Neither one adds to the
Coffee when brewed. It is by these two
means the customer is often deceived. In
the second place, the large fine looking
berry is more than apt to be some inferior
Mexican grade. If you have longed to en
joy a real good cup of coffee, call 64 and
we will send you a package of Chase
Sc Sanborn's Famous Roasted Coffee.
If you are not more than pleased w,e will
gladly refund the full purchased price.
JBe sure and call 64, 'for we are the exclu
sive selling agents of this celebrated
C. I. .if .-Ti,
For Friday Only
Japanese Napkins, 10P in a package
Solid Brass Cuspidors, loaded bot-n
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 bottle 10c.
Blue Seal Vasseline, a bottle 3c.
Stone Pipe, G-inch size, a joint 9c.
Sheet Iron Bread Pans, assorted
sizes, each oc.
Asbestes Mats, blued steel bottoms,
Tooth Picks, 2 boxes tor 5c, Clothes
Pins, 2 1-2 dozen for 5c; Pearl But
tons, 10c quality at 5c a dozen; En-j
araeiiea steel uisn .rans, 17 quart
size, all first quality, each 29c;
Colonial Glasrf Pitchers, highly pol
ished, each 25c; Picture Frames,
16x20, including glass, 39c
ID Coffee. I
$ U' Li! Ui'.'CS I
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ftgjjjJIByl A "ThcHomcofGood Things to Eat" ft
Oy ters frsshTdaily
calery ani cranberries.
iDouroon Bank &
Paris, - - Kentucky.
Surplus Profits 50,000.00
We will appreciate -your busi
ness and favor you in every way
Try a Savings Account
3 per cent Interest,
Xo,5 of people who aAe pAepaAed o Aeeeive
thcLA haAloAA utoxiXcl Xre a-sfiameci
kve you see heir kitchen, c? believe he kitchen.
Aho-ald he ke idie6 Aoom in he -whole ho-ase
and jti foA company o eneA.
Stood aseA So mxieA. Leer vhen pAepa red i,v
in a nice, clean kichen. .,
Tflxf, kichen is a joy o me.
Vo-aA r-ae friend,
(P. 4..jCauAa ao he r a Jbeaxu oi a
i:ik) hf'VniadaV rom,
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H Tj3 T. HINTON.
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