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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER '8 191 2
Ifffl BOURBON NEWS.
ALWAYS HAS THE CFST
See Mr. L.Grinnan atDotys Studio.
Sale oi Edibles.
The Improvement League of the Ki
serton school willjgive a sale of edi
bles at the store of Mr. George W.
Davis on Main street on Saturday,
November 23. Proceeds of the sale
will go towards the improvement of
The Change Will be Great.
Let us fix that old overcoat like
iipvt. It will cost you little, the
change will be great.
PARIS ODORLESS CLEANING CO.
Hnme Phone 29. Over JTwin Bros'.
Paris People to See Mantell.
About seventy-five Parisians will
witness the performance of Mr Kob
?rt Mantell at the Lexington Opera
House tonight in his wonderful inter
pretation of " King Lear." At the
matinee performance tomorrow after
noon Mr. Mantell will produce "The
Merchant of Venice," and tomorrow
night he will be seen in "Kichard III."
Le Mr. Grinnan catch baby's smile.
Pho & taken free for30davs at JJoty's
Everybody Votes Our Overcoats!
rverybcdy vcles our overcoats the
bLi for the rr.cnev. 10 to $50.
v J. W. DAVIS & CO.
Lecture at Millersburg.
Prof. Wra. M. Martin, instructor in
physical culture for various Kentucky
schools, will deliver a lecture at the
drill hall ot Milleisburg Military In
stitute, in Millersburg, Saturday pv
ening. at 7 o'clock. Subject, "The
Splendor of the Human Body and How
to Make It Perfect." Admission, 15
Go to Feld's and get your school
shoes for boy, misses and children.
Satisfaction guraanteed. tf
Mr. Grinnan at Doty' Studio.
Gift to Hospital.
Superintendent V. H. Anderson, of
the Louisville and Nashville railroad,
has notified Mrs. E. r. Clay that the
company willdonate the sum of $500 ,
toward nuuuing ana equipping tne w.
W. Massie Memorial Hotpitai in
White Addition, which is nearing com
pletion. The donation, which is immediately
available, will come at a most oppor
tune time to meet the financial reeds
of the Hospital Committee. The trus
tees are lushing the work upon the
building and it is exuected the build
ing will be completed by the first of
December wr.en it will be thrown o. en
and formally dedicated.
See those'beautiful sweet jjrsss bas
kets on display at our s'.oie. Thej
PARIS EOGK CO.
We will begin receiving
turkeys for the Thanksgiving,
market next Monday, No. 1 1 .
We pay the highest market
2t CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO.
Doyle Form Sold.
Martin Doyle, of this citv, sold ti J.
W. Henry, of Clark county, a part of
his farm containing about 215 acres.
The place which is a part of the orig
inal JJoyle iarra and a small portion
of the Ogden farm was sold for $110
per acre. It has a small frontage on
the Bethlehem pike'.and ony a few im
provements. Mr. Henry"formerly resided at Little
Rock ana is the father of Mr. Curtis
Henry of Paris. He will improve the
farm with a slubstantial residence and
move to this county to reside. Mr.
Doyle owns a fine farm of about 175
acres adjoining that which he sold.
ReallEstate Agent Lee T. Bfall neeo
tiatei ti.e dai.
We clean and press misses and ladies
garments on short notice satisfactory.
PARIS ODORLESS CLEANING CO.
HomePnone29. Over Twin Bros)'
nun ncLii vjYCai,.
We havp them in grey, blue and red.
$5, $6, 58 and S9,
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
Stricken With Paralysis.
Mr. D. HMtfcKenney. a trouble man
in the employ of the Western Unicn
Telegraph Co., and son of Mr. G. N.
McKenney.of ths Paris Police Depart
ment, suffered a stroke of paralysis
near Falmouth Friday morning.
Mr.jMcKenney was called from his
home early Friday morning and was
in apparently good health. m He was
found in an unconscious condition and
broucht to his home in this city onthe
fast Louisville and Nashville tram and
taken to his home on Pleasant street.
Dr. Wm. Kenney, who wa called, ad
ministered treatment and he soon re
coveied consciousness and is now im
proving. This is the second stroke of
paralysis JVr. McKenre.v has suffered
during the past year.
We receive oup 'oysters everv dpy
and we have both the stewing and
It - C. P. COOK & CO.
Free Photos of the babies taken by
Mr.. Grinnan at Doty'js.
Mrs. Win. Howard, of Richmond, is
visiting relatives in Paris.
Mrs. Amos Turnev pntertained
vtsterday with a sewing partv.
Mrs J. D. Burnaueh is the guest
of Miss Bettie Wise in Carlisle.
-Judge Denis Dundon was in Win
chester on legal business Tuesday.
Mrs. Lee Starke is visiting Miss
Cathenne Sarbarh in Winchester.
Mr. Rudolph Davis will go to Lau
rel county next week for a hunting
Judge Chas. D. Webb is much im
proved from a serious illness of sever
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Saloshin have
returned from a two weeks stay at
Mr. T. T. Templin is confined to
his home on South Main street suffer
ing with asthma.
Mr. LouisMussinon left Tuesday
tor Cincinnati to attend the tobacco
sales in that city.
Mr. Lew Tavlor has returned from
a ten days visit to Mr. and Mrs. Zeke
Arnold in Newport.
Mrs. W. E. Board and Mrs. J. B.
Wilson were visitors in Cincinnati sev
eral days this week.
Misses Kate Alexander and Rachel
Wiggins were visitors in Cincinnati
several days this week.
!i Mrs. P. Ninpert left yesterdav
for a visit to her brother, Mr. Thomas
Shannon and family, in Louisville.
Mr. Herbea Lovell, who was op
erated on recently at the St. Joseph
Hospital in Lexington is improving.
Mrs. Harrv Saloshin returned
home Wednesday after a visit to her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Straus, in
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Dickson were
visitors in Cincinnati Tuesday and
Wednesdav and attended the "Garden
Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Garnett have
returned to their home in Cynthiana
after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Larkin in this ciy.
Mrs. N. A. Moore, who has been
in a Lexington hospital for several
weeks, is now able to be up and will
return to her home today. 7,
Mrs. Sanford Allen. Mrs. C. M.
Best, Mrs. Alex. Miller and Mrs. W.
V. Shaw, of Millersburg, attended
the tea given by Mrs. Rudolph Davis
Mrs. Lee Barbour and daughter.
Miss Alice, who have been guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Purnell on Mt.
Airy avenue, returned Mondayto their
home near Louisville.
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Stephens, who
for the past three weeks have been the
guests ot the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Stephens, in this city,
lft yesterday for their borne jin San
The Ladies' Bible Clas of the
Methodist church will entertain with a
silver tea Saturday afternoon from ii
to 6 o'clock, at the home of Miss Alice
Ford, on Seventh street. A free will
cftermg will be taken.
Mrs. Frank P. Kiser will give a
ta at her home tomorrow afternoon
r o n two to five to her house guests,
Mrs. Jack Hutsell and Mrs. Ogden
Crutcher, of Winchester. Miss Bessie
Stone, ot Georgetown, Mrs. Harry Mc
Afee, of Lawrenceburg, and several
One of the most delitrhtful social
functions of the autumnal spason was-i
the tea given Wednesday afternoon
by Mrs. Rudolph Davis at her attrac
tive home on Twelfth street. (
The house, which is one of the most
beautifully finished and furnished in
the city, was darkened and softly
lightedby shaded electric bulbB and
white candles, and was artistically dec
orated with brilliantly tinted autumn
leaves, growing plants, and clusters
of large yellow and white chrysanthe1
Before descending to the parlor
from the dressing rooms, the guests
were served with tea and wafers in a
beautitully appointed room, by Miss
Josephine Gardner, Miss Janie Marsh
and Mrs. C. B. McShane.
The hostess, wearing a lovely white
evening gown with pearl ornaments,
received her guests in the reception
hall, assisted by Mrs. Davis Weeks, a
charming young bride of the family,
gowned in pink messaline with crystal
Mrs. Davis was ably assisted in en
cKiii g bv Mrs. Chas. N. Fithian
and Mrs. Robert Lee Frank, each
dressed in an exquisite white evening
gown. Mrs. W. H. Harris, wearing
white with black trimmings, conducted
the ladies to the dining room, which
was lovely wiith its handsome mahog
any furnishings and artistic decora
tions. A handsome electiolier, softlv
shaded, was suspended from the ceil
ing over the circular table, which was
covered with a lace cloth, and tor a
centeipiece had a tall vase of yel!ow
nnH whitP nfervsanthemums tied with
a bow ot tulle. Crystal candelabra
holding white shaded candles, and
cut glass dishes of nuts and yellow
and white mints were arrayed on the
cloth. rAUempting luncheon, consist
ing Gf chicken salad, beaten biscuit,
sandwiches, cheese balls on ice, nuts
and mints was served in faultless style,
Mrs. Thornwell Tadlock and Miss
Owens looking after the comfort of
During the afternoon lovely music
on violin ard piano was furnished by
Professbr Bruce Reynolds and Miss
Parker, of Lexington, which added
greatly to the enjoyment of the occa
sion. A large number of ladies acceptj
ed the cordialjinvitation of the graci
ous hostess, and all thoroughly en
joyed her charming Hospitality.
An un'isually excellent program
was enjoyed by the large number ot
members present at the meeting or
thelProgressive Culture ClutrWednes
day afternoon. The program CDnsisred
or an excellent paper on "Rio de Ja
neiro," bv Miss Leila Clark, an inter
esting talkvon "Panama7 bv Mrs. Al
bert Hinton, &nd fine paocrs on'Life
jn the Canal Zone." by Mrs. Duncan
Bell, and "Columbia" by Mrs. Amos
After the Progressive Culture Club
adjourned thfi Parliamentary Club held
a meeting tn the club room of the for
mer club at Elks Hall. Mrs, Walter
Payne, chairman of the Constitution
Committee, presented the constitution
and bylaws and they were adopted
with very slight changes. The club
will meet next Wednesday at 3:45 and
thereafter will meet only on alternate
Mrs. Harry Minter and daughter.
Flossie, have returned from agvis't to
relatives at Shawhan.
Alloc trof rirtT.l f-i-1Qrl tJ-in '
Scott-Hillenmeyer wedding in Lexing-"1 STOCK, CROP AND FARM NOTES.
ton yesterday morning. j
Will Attend Meeting Today.
Judge Denis Dundon and County At
torney George Battertun will go to
Frankfort today to attend he meeting
of the Kentucky County Judges' and
County Attorney's Association, v hich
' will convene in that city pursuant to
a call issued by Judge Dundon, who
i is president of the association. The
purpose offcthe"meeting will be to out
line'plans and take some action in re
gard to the collection of franchise
tax due the counties of the State.
Take baby to Doty'a Studio.
Mrs. Georgia Ireland, of Missouri, j
is here on a visit to Mrs. Mary Ireland (
Davis and otherjelatives. !
Dr. Wm. Kenney took Miss Mae j
Elliott, daughter of Mr. James Elliott,
who lives on the Clintonville pike, to
Lexington last night, where she was
ODerated on tor appendicitis.
Bring your little "cherub" to Doty's
Studio. Mr. L. Grinnan will take his
John "Spencer sold to R. B. Hutch
craft, of this city,f300 bushels of corn
at $2 per barrel delivered to his cribs
near Mnir Station.
Sam Halloy, of Fayette county, i
sold to R. B. Hutch2raft, of Pari. ,
3,000 bushels 'of Jblue grass delivered
to carsjn Lexington at 65 cents per
bushel. Mr. Hutchcraft also pur
chased of Calvert Mens, of this
county, 5,000 bushels at the same price.
I When You Buy f
J You Want the Best For
Q Try our ''Wayne Knit" Hosiery for Ladifes and
Pony" Stockings for the Children and
2 be pleased, none better.
"Henderson" Corsets grace, comfort and durability
Cannot be excelled
Section Workman Injured.
John Ferrell, of Elliott county, a
section employe of the Louisville and
Nashville railroad, was badly injured
Wednesday evening when he feir from
a hand car in the South yards. Fer
rell with a number of other laborers
were riding on the car in the South
yard in this city when he lost his bal
ance falling to the track, the car strik
ing him. He was picked up and taken
to the yard office where medical atten
tion was summoned. Dr. J. T. Van-
sant made an examination of the in-1
jury which was to tha extent of a
fractured thigh. He was taken to a
Lexington hospital for treatment. '
Wc will begin receiving
turkeys for the Thanksgiving j
market next Monday, Nov. 1 1 . i
We pay the hichest market :
2t CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO.
"THE COUNTY SHERIFF."
No author of recent years has writ
ten more successful plavs than has
Lem B. Parker, author of the new
"County Sheriff." As usual, he has
combined the many sparkling dramatic
scenes with Dlenty of good, clean, wit
tv comedy, the kind that all enjoy.
Among some of his most successful
plays may be mentioned "The Phan
tom Detective," "Dora Thorne," and
a score of others, but in not one cf
these has he so happily blended he
many intensw dramatic and amusing
situations together with the story of
human interest as in his latest play,
"'J he County Sheriff," which will be
presented with a large and capable
cast and a complete scenic production
at the Pari:; Grand on Friday. Novem
We are offering Dress Goods and Novelty Silks at a
Tremendous Reduction. Come look
our tables over.
100 Pieces of wide 50c fancy Ribbon for Christmas,
fancy work, only 25c a yard.
W. ED. TUCKER.
Let Us Doctor Your Clothes.
Let the Paris Odorless Cleaning
Company doctor that old suit or over
coat. You will be surprised and de
lighted. Home Phone 29. Uver Twin
Bros.' Clothing Store.
Belted Back Overcoats.
Are verv popular, we are showing a
large variety of these coats at 20, $25
J. W. DAVIS & CO.-
Hog Killing Time.
Let us kiil your hoasand render your
lard. Satisfaction guaranteed.
8 3t H E L L ER 'S M EAT M A R K ET.
A lot containing two nouses. Ap
MRS. ELIZA AYERS.,
! 8 3t .
1312 Cypress Stieet.
M d TTIII rtiu I VITIII
turkeys for the Thanksgiving
market next Monday, Nov.
1 1 . We. pay highest market
2t CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO.
I will offer for sale the S. D. Dod
son residence in Millersburg, Ky., en
Saturday, Nov. 16, 1912,
at 2:30 p. m.
TERMS Made known on day oft
W. C. DODSON,
M. F. Kenney, Auctioneer. 8 3t
Rollmop Herring (PickledX
Hailand Herring v
Cream, Brick and " ,
fresh Oysters Hibler's Sausage
fresh Grated Horseradish
(The Hot Kind)
The Home of Good Things to Eat
New Art Store!!
I will open an Art Store
on or before the 15th of
November in the store
room next to Mrs. M. A.
Paton. New and fresh
stock of all kinds of
Novelties of all Kinds
Stamping Done on Short
guaranteed to be the
mr$. m. (E. Board
rrz : i
I a rrogressive
We Invite You to Open an
Account With Us.
You Are Assured, of Fair
3 per cent, on Time Deposits.
Bourbon Bank &
Siirplusand Profits... 50,000.00
Our Trust Department
acts as Administrator, Ex
ecutor, Guardian or Trustee
in all trust capacities.
A safe and competent
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o? don' vsondeA h.a Jennie's fx.M&LancL si.ays
down ourn nig.fi.& so m-ac.'h, She doe6n' 4ccm
o caAe a h.Lng. airoxtr iyLng. izfi her home '
tioe Mo-a.ln' ih.LncL cj.LvLny. her he money o
Irxiy fMrnixiAe ifiht eiheA, if Ahe'JLl only g.o iruy
i and keep L looking. Aig.h urhen she g.e i.
I dl Ahe hink6 aJbo-a iS hour she look urhen she,
jl4 o-u. no urha fieA home looK6.ike.
CLAurm.f& Yoxtt JL7ici,
(P. S.Jennie eoi!d fiarniih heA home Ao niceln
WizA. fiA6-eaA6 fimiviAe and foA 4 o lile
money, oo, if. Ahe uroild only visi
J. T. HINT