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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENtUCKY, NOVEMBER 8?ftr"U--
GEO. W. DAVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER.
BOTH'PHONES DAT137; NIGHT 399-
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For Less Money!
It is the value you receive in return for your
money that counts in buying footwear.
It is because of the values to be had at our
store that has made its name a nousehold word in
hundreds of homes in this city and for miles
We are particularly enthusiastic about our
Fall and Summer footwear the best in styles and
values that we have ever shown.
It Will Pay You
to buy your Fall Footwear at our store. Satisfac
tion and contentment in every pair we sell.
Special Values This Week While
Ladies' snappy, (etest style, 1 6-botton Boots, made
on short vamp model, in Gun Metal
and Patent, while they last
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Ladies Cushion-Made Shoes, made on the most
snappy Fall lasts. You've rarely
seen better 5hoes at any price
Tan Shoes are all the style. We now have the largest
assortment in Ladies' Tan Button Shoes, bristling
with snappy styles, equal to any $4 Qk V
grades you pay elsewhere WmiVv
Ladies' smart models in Velvet, Gun -f
Metal and Patent. While they last . I
Men's high-grade Shoes, modled over all the latest
styles, astonishing values,
Men's extra fine, latest style Shoes, "f 4Q
button and lace. Special. Ih77
Ledies' comfort Felt
turn soles. Special
W7E have a great selection of the
" famous Walk-Over Shoes for
men. The best Shoes for the
money. Try a pair and be con
vinced. . . . . .
A 336 Main St., Paris, Ky. j
The marriage of Miss Lucille Tal
bott Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J..C. Morris, formerly of this county,
toMrMLeslie Thomas" Scott, of Iew
York, was celebrated Wednesday .af
ternoon at the First Methodist church
in Lexington. The church was beauti
fully decorated with palms and ferns.
Before the ceremony Miss Mildred
Lewis gave at the organ a delightful
musical program, assisted bv Mrs.
George Cbowning. of Shelbyville, who
sang the marriage hymn, "0, Perfect
Love." " ,
To the strains of the bridal march
from Lohengrin the wedding party
entered, the ushers, Messrs. Chester
Jouett, of Cynthiana, Franklin Wil
liams, of Frankfort, William Dunn
and W. E. Nichols, of Lexington,
walked by twos down the side aisles
of the church and the bridegroom and
his.best.jnan, Mr. Howell 'Scott, of
Frankfort, coming from the vestry,
met them at the altar as the bride, es
corted by her father, advanced along
the left aisle and joining the group
the couple stood before the waitinc
minister, Rev. Ophel Crockett, of
Nicholasville, for the marriage serv
ice, plighting their troth with ja ring,
"Melody of Love" being the soft, low
ThGtbride, who is a charming young
ladyjand well known in Paris, wore a
brown corded velvet gown trimmed in
Venetian lace, a brown hat with or
ange ostrich plumes and carried yellow
After the ceremony" the bride and
bridegroom left for Cincinnati, thence
toEastem points and will be at home
in New York after December 1.
Mr. and Mtb. Morris entertained at
their home in Lexington with a de
lightful supper party following the re
hearsal at the church.
TheTmarriaKe of Miss Helen Frank
to Mr. Milton Gulp Browning waB cel
ebrated Wednesday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the elegant family home on
Broadway and High streets. Owing
to a recent bereavement in the familv
of the bride the wedding was verv
quiet, but beautiful in all its details.
Rev. W. E. Ellis, of the Christian
church, was the officiating minister,
and the wedding music was played by
Mrs. Minnie Muth Miller, of Nashville".
Onlv the immediate members of the
family witnessed the ceremony, to
gether with a few of the bride's' clos
est and most intimate friends. At
the appointed time the bridal chorus
from Lohenrgin, plaved on the piano
by Mrs. Miller, annourc2ri the ap
proach of the wedding partv. The
bride entered the parlor on "the arm
of her brother, Mr. B. A. Frank, who
gave her in marriage, and they were
joined bv the bridegroom and Mrs.
Buckner Woodford, Jr. The party
grouped in the folding doorway be
tween the parlors, while the ceremony
was performed by Rev. Mr. Ellis in a
solemn and impresBive manner.
The bride was charming and grace
fully gowned in her bridal robe of
clinging white crepe trimmed in real
lace, and her bridal veil was becom
ingly arranged as a Dutch bonnet. She
is the daucrhter nf tho into Mr qo
Wre. Louis Frank, of this citv. and is
a young woman of unusual attractive
ness, is noted for her beauty and love
ly disposition, and which haVe won for
her the admiration of all who know
her and has made her a social favorite.
The bridegroom, who is a former
resident of Versailles, now lives in
Cleveland, 0., where he is a prosper
ous young business man. He is very
popular and is in every way worthv
of the charming bride whose affection
he has won.
After the ceremony and congratula
tions the guests were served with ices
in candy baskets, when the wpdriino-
Noel Stivers Again Under Arrefct
Noel Stiver, sent to ths reform
school at Greendale, near Lexington,
because of his connection with several
burglaries.who escaped from the insti
tution last August and who has since
been at large was taken into custody
yesterday morning at 3 o'clock by
Patrolman Fred Link, in a room occu
pied by his father in the Ficklen build
ing on Main street.
The boy. who is aged about eighteen
years, is confined in the county jail
and will be returned to the reform
atory. Since his escape he told the
officers that he had been in Washing
ton, Pittsburg and other large cities
and returned to Paris about the middle
of September. While here he worked
with a street fair company that ex
hibited here, going awav with them
and later returniDg. He succeeded in
concealing his identity by a moustache
which he wore as a disguise.
It is believed by the police that
Stivers was implicated in the robbery
of the grocery store of A. W. Cot
tingham recently, where the cash reg
ister in the establishment was broken
ODen and a small amount of money
secured after an entrance to the build
ing had been effected through one of
the rear doors. It has been learned
that he had been seen in the vicinity
of the store on the night of the rob
bry. Patrolman Link received informa
tion that the boy had been spending
the nights at the Louisville and Nash
villepump station and made an effort
to locate him there, but without re
sult, and later found him in his
father's apartments. Last night he
telephoned the authorities at Lexing
ton of the capture of the boy and he
will return him to the reformatory to
day. A reward which W33 offered for
his apprehension will be paid to him.
Immense Line of Wall Paper.
Call at my store and pick from the
large new stock of vall paper just
what you need and have it put on
your walla. Experienced decorators
are ready to do your bidding.
TriaJ Again Postponed.
The trial of Henry McGmley, which
was set for Wednesday afternoon in
police court, was again -postponed un
til Saturday afternoon at two o'clock,
when the case will come up before
Judce E. B. January. McGinley, who
is chief of the Paris Fire Department,
is charged with carrying concealed
weapons and was arrested last Satur
day on a warrant sworn out by J. W.
King, a member of the department.
A full and complete stock of imported
and domestic cheese. Any kind you
may call for.
8 2t $ SAUER.
Judge Harmon Stitt Is Honored.
At the organization of the Moose
lodge in this city Wednesday night
Judge Harmon Stitt, a member fof the
local organization, was appointed as
Supreme Dictator of the Kentucky
Loyal Order of Moose by Mr. W. C.
Winsettthe State Organizer. The
signal honor conferred upon
Stitt is also quite a compliment to the
Paris lodge, which began its career
Wednesday night, and the appoint
ment caries with it the office of Dep
uty Superae Dictator of the World.
The Woman Makes the Home
.'She makes it best who, looking- after the
culinary department, turns her back resolute
ly upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food
accessories. She is economical; she knows
that true economy does not consist in the use
of inferior meat, flour, or baking powden She
is an earnest advocate of home made, home
baked food, and has proved the truth of the
Statements of the experts that the best cook
ing in the world today is done with Royal
A protracted service will begin at
the Methodist church Sunday morning,
Nov. 16. The services will be in
charge of Rev. J. B. Harris, quite a
successful evangelist. The pastor,
Rev. J. S. Simms, gives a most cor
dial invitation to the people of Paris
to join in all these services.
Mr. Grinnan will take photos of the
babies tree at IJotv's Studio for theK
next 30 days.
Moose Lodge Organized.
The first class consisting of a good
ly number of the best citizens, for
the Pans Lodge of the Order of Moose,
was obligated z.ml insttucied in the
secret work Welncsiav niqht at K. of
P. Hall by National Director A. B.
Winsett, assisted by Deputy Director
L. G. Archer, and H. P." Conrad, Dic
tator of .Lima, Ohio. Lodge. Great in
terest was taken in the ceremonies.
At the next meeting Wednesday, a
large class of new numbers will be
Furniture, Carpets, Etc,
See' the new furniture, carpets, rugs
and pictures that we are receiving
daily. We 'can make a wonderful
Judge change in the home for.a little money.
dee us beiore purchasing.
J. T. HINTON.
Mrs. James Dotv ha3 purchased
from Judge Denis Dundun ghis build
ing lot on Second street adjoining the
residence of Mr. C. E. Butler. The
price paid was $1,000. Mrs. Doty will
build a residence up on her pruchase.
The sale was made by Real Estate
Dealer Lee T. Beall.
Ladies Suits Pressed.
Ladies suits pressed, cleaned and re
paired at small cost.
PARIS ODORLESS GLEANING GO.
Home Phone 29. j Over Twin Bros.'
New Syrian Store.
A iipw Syrian Store has' been op
ened in the McCarney room on Broad
way in rear of Agricultural Bank
Building. Mr. Charles Monson, who
has been a successful merchant in
Carlisle for the past eleven years, will
open up at this stand with a new stock
of clothing, dry goods, shoes, notions?
Visit the new Syrian Store. New
goods and extremely low prices. 1 3t
Have baby photos taken free.
Mr. L. Grinnan at Doty's Studio.
! party ieftfor their wedding trin in the
East, and when they return will reside
j Magistrates Make Handsome
The member? of the Bourbon Fiscal
J Court yesterday presented to Judge
; Denis Dundon, of the county court, a
' handsome Sheffield tray and a beauti
, ful cut glass punch bowl as a wedding
; present. In the tray were engraved
the names of the magistrates who
, made the gift, which is an attest of
the high esteem in which he and his
j estimable wife are held by that body.
Both articles were furnished by the
jewelry firm of JA.f J. Winters & Co.
Buys New Stock.
' Among the out of town relatives
who attended the wedding were Mr.
and Mrs. Erownine, of Versailles, pjir-l
nts ot the groom, and sister, Miss
'Browning of Louisville; Mrs. I. W. i
' Mil'er, of Nashville, Tenn.. cousin oft
j the bride ; Dr. Louis Frank and fami-I Having rented the store room next
ly, of Louisville ; Dr. Ben Frank and to Mrs. Paton's for the purpose of
iMr Jack Fitzgerald, of New York . opening an Art Store. 1 have just pur-.
j City. j chased a complete stock of the latest
BOAZ-JONES. "n lg,- inatTare wuDein? nanaieo- m
I that line. I would be gla to show
Miss Gertiude Boaz and Mr. James' my stock to the ladies of Paris and
ouiics, uuiu oi mis city, were united tfouroon. see advertisement in
in marriage yesterday afernoon at 2:30 I other column.
Cure That fieadaclie.
Try one of those pine pillows we have
just received. They will cure the
headache and greatly relieve hay fe
ver, catarrh, throat and ilung trouble.
PARIS BOOK CO.
Gasoline Engine ; 2 H. P. ; Interna
tional ; little used: Price S75.00. Lock
Box 260, Paris. Ky. 8-3t.
Gold link cuff button; initial. Own
er can have same by proving property
and payine charges. Applv at this
O P net at fha hnma nf u fi:i:
w .w.., uv vj Hume ui mc uuiuiauug j
minister. Rev. W. E. Eilis. on Twelfth
street. The bride is a verv attractivp i
young lady, daughter of Mr. D. T.
Boaz. and the groom is an industrious
young man in the employ of Mr. J. U.
Miss Lillie, Frederick and Mr.
Omar Rose, both of this county, were
united in marriasre by bquire L. J.
Fretwell in his private office in the
court house yesterday afternoon.
MRS. W. E.IBOARD. :
New Fall Footwear arriving dailv at
10 tf FELD'S SHOE STORE.
House and Lots
I will offer at public auction on
Saturday, Novembsr 9th.
Mr. Harry West, formerly connect
ed with the freight department of the
Louisville and Nashville railroad in
Jfaris, died at the home of his father,
in Nicholasville. at a late hour Monday
night, after a four days' illness from
Deceased was a popular young man
and was eneaged in teaching school in
Jessamine county at the time he was
stricken. Besides his father he is sur
vived by two sisters, Mrs. Thomas M.
Funk, of Paris, and Mrs. E. E. Slaugh
ter, of Kansas City, Mo.
The funeral services will be held
from the residence in Nicholasvillp
this! morning at ten o'clock and the re
mains will be interred in the cemetery
Mr. Thorns M. Funk, of Paris.
For Friday Only,
brother-in-law of the deceased, will go i afc 29c
3 Cakes Ivory Soap for 10c.
Cream Pitchers, assorted decora
Self Basting Roasting Pans, extra
size, and extra good value, each 1.19.
Covered Roasting Pans, indented
bottoms, prevents burning, made of
I sheet iron, 3 sizes, each 29c, 39c 49c.
i 6-Q.uart pure white enameled Cook-
'& ixs-ui.n.oi j.nu.,1. uiurj uuv; uu aaio
to Nicholsville this morning to be pres
ent at the funeral.
Fiscal Court in Session.
The Bourbon Fiscal Court met ves
terday and but little business was
transacted. Judge Denis Dundon pre
sided with the following magistrates
present : Squires L. J. Fretwell, E.
P. Thomason, R. H. Burris. J. J. Red
raon. B. F. StipD. O. B. Lloyd. J. N.
Shropshire and George K. Redmon. i
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uC icuui., ui.uic tuau ifuperyi-ar l. j 0CCUDjed. The lot has a frontage
F. Redmon, was presented to thelconrt I SrL""r r-" r .,-
onH oQrrl orl n,.A ;l.l '.' I GO ieeL UI1 UUVCllluiciiL uvuli.
u.ju uiuwk u mauc ml ictuiu, AlJt! SUm
at ten o'clock a. m , my one stoiy
frame cottage and two lots adjoining.
This' property is locatpd just off of
Pleasant street adjojning the U. S.
postoffice, and fronting on the Gov
ernment building court. '
The house is a modern one story
frame structure, containing five
rooms, bath room, electric lights, sink
in kitchen and complete sewer system.
It is rented to a prompt paving ten
ant at $180 per vear. and is alwavs
The largest and best 'stock of wall
paper in Central Kentucky to select
from, ranging in price from the cheap
est to the handsomest that can be had
any place. Expert decorators that
will give satisfaction. Work guaran
teed. J. T. HINTON.
Paris - Grand.
of 81,666.03 was ordered paid for work
on the turnpikes of the county.
Miss Nannie O'Neal failing to avail
herself of the sum of 830 appropriated
bv the trustees of the Hamilton FundV
tor her education the court ordered
that the sum be converted to Betsy
Ray O'Neal and Grace McCord. each
to receive an equal share. Accounts
to the amount of 743.18 were allowed
and an order entered tor the issuance
of warrants on the county treasurer.
Jailer Joe Farris presented his re
port for the months of August, Sep
tember and October which showed a bal
ance of S49.62. After appropriating
S60 for the use of the road supervisor
for the month of November, court adjourned.
The two lots adjoining the house
have a frontage of 50 feet each, and
are ideal building sites. Modern
coctaces can be built on these lots and
will find ready occupants ' at good t
This property will be offered sepa
rately. First the house and lot, and
then the two lots adjoining, after
which it will be put up as a whole.
TERMS One third cash on delivery
of deed, and the balance in two equal
oayments, due in one and two years i -n;flporifc
r i- -F oolo it.,'fh o linn vafoinorl i iMlcUtO.
irUIIJ UUtC VJJL oaic, iun i i"-ii n-ianicu
on tne premises iu secure uie uayment, prirps 25-35
MRS. SWIFT CHAMP.
George D. Speakes. Auctioneer.
-The- Play of To-day.
Wee & Lambert offer the pow
erful Western Drama, the
In 4- Acts
RVT.MR TTAT?PTCT? F
A Thrilling and Sensational
Play of the North-West.
The Climax of Emotion,
Beautiful in Sentiment and
Full of Comedy.
Special Scenery. Electrical
Seats on Sale
at Mitchell &
Window Shades, 3x6 feet, mounted
onjheavy spring rollers, complete 19c.
oc Mouse Traps.
5c Box Tooth Picks.
5c Stocking Darners. - "
oc Ink Tablets.
5c Coat Hangers.
5c Tooth Brushes.
Pick out ariy two articles for 5c
5cand 10c Store
AH Kinds and
Prices of "
National iic and I9g
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