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THE BOURBON. NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912
liil BOURBON NEWS.
ALWAYS HAS THE BEST
Embroidered Voile Waists.
Ladies embroidered voile waists,
$3.50 and $4 and $5 values reduced to
S1 9b SIMON DEPT. STORE.
Gat a pair of our Eclipse
FELDS' SHOE STORE.
Auf tioneer M. F. Kenney sold Sat
urday for Master Commjssioner C. A.
VcMillan the 92 acre fafra belonging
o the Sharp heirs, located near Mt.
Oarmel church in this county to W. M.
MKiney at S100 per acre.
Tohnny Coats. S12.50 and 515 quality,
J SIMON DEPT. STORE.
A sure preventive for colds, 50c ud.
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
Vf have nice,ones. four tor 25 cents.
C P. COOK & CO.
1 a game of basket ball in the High
Sclitil gymnasium Friday afternoon
between the boys of the Seventh Grade
and the girls of the High Schools, the
atter were defeated by a score of 14
We have the best of ingredients.
C. P. COOK & CO.
Belted Back Overcoats.
The style so popular now in many
r.ew patterns, $15 to $35.
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
Buy Building Lots.
Messrs. J. W. Hacon and Ossian Ed
wards purchased last week from Dr.
F. M. Faries two vacant lots facing
-n Sixteenth street near High at a pri
vate price. The property will be im
proved with two modern five room cot
Millinery at half price.
SIMON DEPT. STORE.
A telegram from Arkansas last week
to relatives in Paris stated that Mr.
Sam Neely, who formerly lived here,
had undergone a serious operation on
Thursday. Yesterday a later message
stated that he was not so well, being
threatened with peritonitis.
Fancy cooking apples, $2.25 per bar
rel. Phone your order early
Opp. Court House.
Appointed State Game Warden.
Mr. Georee M. Hill, formerly chief
of police of this city and later an om
cial at the state penitentiary at Frank
fort, was last week appointed State
Game Warden by lExecutive'Agcr.t J.
Q. Ward, of the Fish and G2me Com
mission. Mr. Hill has entered on his
duties and was last. week assigned the
task of running down alleged viola
tors ot the game laws in this State,
which carried him fromKentucky over
the line into Indiana, ff
We have a nice line of dried frcits'at
C. P. COOK & CO.
Overcoats at $25.
Belted black shawl
brown and black.
collar in grey.
DAVIS & CO.
Direct to Customer.
We have just received a big assort
ment of all kinds of fancy baskets di
rect from an Indian Reservation,
thereby saving the middle man's pro
fit. Beautiful sweet grass baskets,
big and small, fancy shapes in work
baskets, baskets for decorations,
clothes hampers, etc. Also Indian
moccasins for children and ladies, also
canoes, bows and arrows. These goods
are marked way down and in plain
192t PARIS BOOK CO.
Pitcher Hauser Sold.
President J. W. Bacon, of the Paris
BiseBall Club, announced the sale
F.iday of James Hauser, a member of
the pitching staff of the Paris club of
the Blue Grass League for two seasons
The sale was made to the Vancouver,
B. C, club of the Northwestern
League. Hauser was regarded as the
best pitcher cn'the Paris club last year
and ranked amonc the best in this
league. He is at present at his home
in Lyons, Ind. The price obtained for
Hauser, according to Mr. Bacon, was
in excess of the draft price, which is
Ladies Coats in Chinchilla
Fifty-eight brand new winter coats
in chinchilla and blanket cloths, large
mannish collars and deep cuffs, two
and three buttons, straight and cuta
way fronts. Coats positively worth
$20 and S25 rjrice S14.75.
SIMON DEPT STORE.
"Geld Medal" Brand Rolled Oats
If you want the best Rolled Oats on
the market ak for "Gold Medal"
Try a package and be convinced.
THE POWER GROCERY CO..
Mjbs Wellington Smith" will return
today after a visit to friends in Frank
fort. Mrs. Lucy Duffy has returned
from a visit to Mrs. C. P. Morford, at
Miss Mary Peed, of Mayslick. is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Albert
-Miss Ella Alexander, of Carlisle,
is the guest of Miss Ella Htnry in
Mrs. W. W. Evans, of Lexington,
is the guest of Mrs. Joseph Mitchell
in this city.
Miss Rosina Elder returned Fri
day after a six weeks visit ;to friends
Mrs. Bettie Owens of Lee Summit,
Mo., has arrived for a visit to rela
tives in this city.
Attorney Ray Mann, of Louisville,
is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Kate
Mann, in this city.
Mrs. HondecK, of New York City,
is the guest of Mrs. Louis Rogers at
her home on Cane Ridge.
Mrs. Henry Craig, of Georgetown,
is visiting her'parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Davis, in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark arriv
ed home Friday from Warm Springs,
Va.. where they spent the summer.
Mrs. Margaret Sullivan and daugh
ter. Miss Frpnces, of Lexington, are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.Juavin.
Mrs. Flora Bloom of Philadelphia,
arrived yesterday for a visit to her
brother. Mr. Lee Price, in this city.
Mrs. John Frederick, who has
been quite ill ior several weeks at her
home on Second street, does not im
prove. " Mrs. B. A. Frank left yesterday
for Louisville to be a guest at the
debut ball to be given by Miss Juliet
Miss Helen Daugherty, of this
city, has accepted a position as assist
ant teacher of history in State Uni
Mrs. F. L. Walker continues quite
ill at her home on Houston avenue.
Her sister, Mrs. Leona Broomhall, of
Cincinnati, is at her bedside.
Mrs. Alice Rogers Clay, daughter
of Hon.tand Mrs. Sidney G. Clay, who
has been critically ill for the past
several weeks is slowly improving.
Misses Lucy and May Colville en
tertained Saturday afternoon for Mrs.
Lewis Taylor and her attractive guest.
Miss Schallenger, of Pittsburg, Pa
Miss Laura Gaper remains in a
critical condition at the home of her
sister, Mrs. G. L . Rankin, in Shaw
han. Miss Gaper is a sister of Mrs.
Wm. Sauer, of this city.
Last week Caywood &jMcCIintock,
of this city, purchased from Bourbon
county farmers eight head ot mules at
$175 to $200 per head. They also pur
chasedjwo horses at $150 each.
Mrs. Frank P. Clay, Miss Maria
Tipton and Mrs. D. C. Parrish attend
ed the recepion given by Mrs. Wm. H.
Thompson at her home in Lexington
Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Nannie Harvey, of Pine
Bl IF, Ark., who has been the guest
ot her mother, Mrs. Nannie Herrick,
returnea home i?nday. bne was ac
companied by Mrs. Herrick. who will
spend the winter with her.
Caywood & McCIintock, of this
citv, shipped tothe Cincinnati market
Saturday, two car loads of cattle and
one load of hogs. The same firm
shipped acar of cattle to Cincinnati
The Girls' German Club ot this
city, will entertain with a cotillon Fri
day night, Nov. 29, instead of Tuesday
night as heretofore stated. The music
will be furnished by Saxton & Trost's
orchestra of Lexington.
Mrs. Henry S. Caywood, of North
Middletown, left Thursday for a visit
to her sister, Mrs. Joseph Mosby, at
Helena, Ark. Mrs. Caywood was ac
companied as far as Fulton by Mr.
Richard Rice, of this city, who will
make a visit to his son, Mr. Chas. E.
Rice, cashier of the First National
Sank of Fulton.
Mrs. Louis Rogers entertained at
her home on Cane Ridge Thursday af
ternoon with a buffet luncheon. After
the luncheon five hundred was enjoyed
and several prizes were awarded. Miss
Elizabeth Fisher received the guest's
prize, a string of pearls. The first
prize for the largest score, a large box
pf csr.'Tv, was awarded to Mrs. Chas.
Oiike, oi Norm wiaaietown, ana trie
next prize, a silver thimble, was won
fcy Miss Morgan, also of North Mid
dletown. A lame number of guests
from Paris, North Middletown and
Millersburg, enjoyed the event, which
was perfect in all of its details.
Mrs. Chas. A. McMillan enter
tained at her home on Stoner avenue
Fridav afternoon with a lunchpon in
honor of Miss Frances Schallenberger,
of Pittsbure. Pa . and Mrs. Lewis
Taylor, of this county. An elegant four
course luncheon wasserved. The cir
cular table in the dining room had for
a centerpiece a silver basket of red
carnations and the twelve places were
marked with hand painted cardr.
Those present were Miss Schallen
I hercrer. of Pittsburg; Mrs. Lewis Tay
lor, Mrs Amos Turney, Mrs. Withers
Davis, MrB. White Varden, Misses Al
lene Power, Janie Marsh, Lucy Bishop
and Mrs. Wade Whitley.
The Washington Herald of a re
cent date, contained a notice of Miss
Marie Talbott, the attractive and ac
complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Talbott. of near this- city, who
attended the National Convention of
the United Daughters.of the Confed
eracy, acting as a page to the Presi
dent. I The notice was as follows:
"Among the many pretty Dixie
belles attending the convention, the
little dark eyed Kentucky page, Miss
Talbott, seems to lead when it comes
to sweeping the hearts of masculine
kind. She is young and unspoiled,
possesses an unusual type of neauty
and with her broad Southern accent,
as an old Senator expresses her charm,
is just adorable."
Mr. Wade Whitley is on a week's
hunting trip to the mountains of
Messrs. William " Whaley and
James Fisher attended the Mt. Ster
ling court yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kenney left
yesterday morning for Farriston,
Laurel county, where Mr. Kenney will
enjoy a two weeks' hunt in the moun
tains. Mrs. John I. Bronson and daugh
ter. Miss Julia Bronson, were called
bytelegrara yesterday to their home
in Jacksonville. The message stated
that Mr. Bronson was quite ill.
Mrs. Jonn I. Bronson and Miss
Julia Bronson, who have been the
guests of the former's mother, Mrs.
Camilla Wilson, left yesterday, for
their home in Jacksonville, Fla.
Mrs. Chas. Livingston, who has
been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Wil
iJam Turner, on Houston avenue, for
the past two weeks, left yesterday
morning for her home in Rass, N. D.
Mr. G. C. Thompson has leased his
home on Cypress street to Mr. J. K.
Smith for the winter. Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson will leave shortlv for Flor
ida, where they will spend the winter.
Mr. Herbert Lovell, of Nicholas
county, son of Mr. M. B. Lovell, of
Bourbon, who was taken to a Lexing
ton hospital several days ago, and who
last week was reported in a very se
rious condition, is improving rapidly.
Mr. James Curtis and daughter,
Miss Helen Curtis, left yesterday
afternoon for Cincinnati to attend the
funeral of his friend, Mr. Harry Troe
gar, whose death occurred in that city
Sunday morning, after an illness of
only three davs of erysipelas. Mr.
Troeger was a former resident of
Paris, being employed here about
three months. He moved to Cincin
nati about three years ago. Mrs. Cur
tis and Mrs. Jesse Adams, also of this
city, went to Cincinnati Sunday.
Doing Well In Texas.
A letter from Dr. John R. Adair, of
Canadian, Texas, states he is in fine
health and is doing well, having been
very successful the past season with
all his crops. However, the doctor has
decided to give up farming and will
again take up his profession in den
tistry in the prosperous town of Can
adian. As long as Dr. Adair's health
permitted, while in Paris, he was one
of our foremost dentists and enjoved a
large practice. We heartily endorse
him to the cood people of Canadian as
being one ot the beBt in his line of
Rev. J. B. Harris, an evangelist
from South Carolina, began a meeting
at the Methodist church Sunday morn
ing in conducting a series of revival
service. At the morning service Rev.
Harris greatly impressed the congre
gation with a stirring seimon, and at
the eveninc hour the church room
was packed. Rev. Harris is quite an
able speaker and no one should fail to
hear him. The meeting will continue
indefinitely. The hours of the meet
ing are at 2:30 o'clock in the after
noon and 7 :30 o'clock in the evening.
Everyone is cordially invited.
H, T. WEST PRESENTS
A sparkling comedy
gem, with a
Prices 50c, 35c, 25c.
We Invite You to Open
Account With Us.
You Are Assured of Fair
3 per cent, on Time Deposits.
Surplus and Profits... 50,000.00
Our Trust Department
acts as Administrator, Ex
ecutor, Guardian or Trustee
in all trust capacities.
A safe and competent
Rural Route Carrier Injured.
Mr. Owen Gibson, a rural route car
rier out of this city, suffered a severe
accident Saturday while making his
route on a motor cycle. While going
at a very rapid ra.e of speed, Mr.
Gibson attempted to close the exhaust
on the machine with his foot, when in
some manner his shoe caught in the
chain, crushing the great toe of his
right foot against the sprocket wheel.
The injury caused Mr. Gibson severe
pain, but he completed his route be
fore returning to Paris, where his in
jury was given medical attention.
Black Cake Time.
It is time to make that black cake
for Thanksgiving or Christmas. We
have all the ingredients, such as seed
ed raisins, spices of all kinds, etc, also
fresh stock of shelled almonds, pecans
and English walnuts.
19 tf T. LENIHAN.
Recovering from Injury.
Mayor J. T. Hinton is recovering
from a slight sprain of .his left foot
he sustained Friday when he fell on
the stairs at his furniture store. Mr.
Hinton was confined to his home Satur
day and Sunday as a result of the in
jury but was able to be out vesterday.
Ladies dresses, $9 and $10 values re
duced to 35.98.
SIMON DEPT. STORE.
Desirable first floor front room for
rent to gentleman. Private entrance.
Five minutes walk from court house.
Call E. T. Phone 591. 12 3t
Hatchet and Hammer Handles, 2
Convenient, up-to date Noodle Cut
ters, each 10c.
Gas Mantels, each 10c.
Toilet Paper, 800 sheets in a roll, G
Ladies' Skirt Hangers, each 10c.
Ladies' Skirt Hangers, each 10c.
1-pound Butter Molds, brick shape,
Indian-Made Clothes Hampers, 98c
Cold Blast Lanterns, $1 quality, at
Granite Iron Cooking Kettles, 4-qfc.
size, at 10c.
Sausage or Meat Grinders, each 69e.
Pure Alluminum Tea Spoons, a set
A full line of Vollrath's 4-coated
pure white Enamel Ware, the best of
its kind on the market guaranteed
not to chip off.
(P. S.df io
When You Buy J
You Want the Best For
our ''Wayne Knit" Hosiery for Ladies
"Pony" Stockings for the Children and
be pleased, none better.
"Henderson" Corsets grace, comfort and durability
Cannot be excelled
We are offering Dress Goods and Novelty Silfo at a
Tremendous Reduction. Come look
9 our tables over.
100 Pieces of wide 50c fancy Ribbon for Christmas,
When you buy coffee at random you some
times get just as good as we can give you, and
sometimes you don't. When you buy Chase
and Sanborn's Coffee of us you get the best
that can be produced. The ripest, richest, up
land coffee berries. The kind of blending and
roasting that is almost one of the'best parts.
The same to-day, to-morrow and all the time.
They never vary. For over twenty years we
have been the exclusive agents for this cele
brated line of Coffee and Tea.
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The Home of Good Thinss to Eat
Of eoxiAde, yo-a aIrAo-uey mis have a nice
po.AJ.or Jo yo-u, can eneAain company. 3xi
Jbe.JLi.eve. in having, a nice paALor foA yoiiA oxtn
family alh ike ime, and ha hey s.hoxLld -uAe i.
dhidAen aAe Lnftxenced So mxich by heiA
&Tj.AroiincLing.s, and he beAway o keep he Leys
a home nicj.h6, and oxl of miiehief, i.A o make
home aracive and happ-u foA hem.
ClAum.yA yo-aA fAiend,
- u. oA any of your friends
by atJL means ae i from
only 25c a yard.