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1HL BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER-29, 1912
Tiffi BOURBON NEWS.
ALWAYS HAS THE DEST
The last football game of the sea
son on the local grounds will be played
this afternoon between the Paris High
School team and a team composed of
alumni ol the institution.
Many Morris chairs to pick from, in
oak, early English and mahogany.
Very acceptable for Christmas pres
ents, tf A. F. WHEELER & CO.
Paris Defeats Frankfort.
The Paris High School football team
yesterday defeated the Frankfort High
School team by a score of 41 to 0.
The game was played at Frankfort.
There will be a called meeting of
Richard Hawes Chapter, U. D. C, at
their rooms in the court house Saturs
dav afternoon. A full attendance of
the members or the chapter is re
quested to be present as business of
importance will come up before the
Ladies' desks in mahogany, oak or
v alnut for Christmas presents.
i; A. F. WHEELER & CO.
For the Holiday Trade.
Pictures of every description, hand
somely framed, leather goods in the
jateBt novelties. Copyright books,
latest fiction, 50 cents. Games for
the children as well as the grown up
26 tf PARIS BOOK CO.
Miss Edna Keller is visitinc with
fiianda in Richmond.
Miss Goldie Saloshin is visiting
Miss Mae Margolen in Georgetown.
Mr. Joseph Minogue has returned
from a visit to relatives in Carlisle.
Mr. r.nd Mrs. B. A. Frank spent
Tuesday and Wednesday in Cincinnati.
Mrs. Wm. Crouch, of Little Rock,
is visiting Mrs. Clay Bramblett in
Mr. Hiram Roseberry is at home
fromCenter College forthe Thanksgiv
Mrs. Frank Finn, of Covingtonis
the guest of Mrs. FranK P. Campbell
in this city.
Mrs. W. Ed Tucker eniertained
her card club on Tuesday at her home
on High street.
Miss Simpson, of Winchester, is
the guest of Mrs. Withers Davis for
the german tonight.
Miss Mary Ross, of Wyoming, 0.,
is the cuest of her sister, Mrs. P. A.
Thompson, in this city.
Miss Mary Leonard, of Lexington,
is the guest of Miss Eliazbeth Steele
for the german tonight.
Miss Etta Beheler is visiting
friends in Galiapolis, O., and where
she will remain until January. j.
Flagman Badly Injured.
W. -G. Fitzpatrick, residing on
South Main street, in this city, sus
tained painful injuries Wednes lay
morning three miles south of Fal
mouth, when he was struck by south
bound passenger tram No. 33. Fitz
gerald was flagging at a point south of
Falmouth when the accident occurred.
He cas taken to Falmouth, where his
injuries received attention. He suff
ered several broken riba and his bsck
injured, besides he sustained severe
bruises. He was brought to Paris
Wednesday night.on the late evering
train and taken to his home on South
Main street. He was accompanied
home by Mr. Childeis. Dr. C. G.
Daugherty attended the injured man
on his arrival in this city.
Keep Your Feet Dry.
See the novel advretisement in our
window of Dri-Foot, a preparaiion
that will water-uroof any shoe, keeps
the feet perfectly dry and i guaran
teed by us. Call and see the demon
stration. 26 2t GEO. McWILLIAMS.
Bring in your tur keys.
are now kiiisr
CHAS. S. BRENT & BRC.
Mrs. John Woodford and little son
are visiting Mrs. Woodford's mother,
Mrs. VanMeter, inDanville.
Mr. Frank Howard, of George
town, visiting his sister, Mrs George
K. Redmon at her home near this city.
Mr. Clayton Howell has returned
to his home in Mt. Sterling pf-r a
visit of several days to friends injt s
Mrs. W. C Ussery and daughter,
Miss Martha Waller, of Cincinnati, are
spending the Thanksgiving holidays in
Mr. Jack Fitzgerald left Wednes-
daygfor his home in New York after
several weeks' visit to Dr. Ben Frank
' The Progressive Culture Club and
Parliamentary Club will meet in their
club rooms in the Elk Building Wed
Mrs. W. Ed Tucker entertained
Tuesday afternoon with an elaborate
luncheon and card party at her home
on Hieh street.
L. Farley, Mr. Wm. Whaley, Miss
Sallie Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Swift
Champ, Aylette Buckner.
Mr. Howard Wills, of Carlisle;
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Laura Lilleston is visiting
Miss Mattie Lilleston in Barboursville.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Thompson will
leave tomorrow for Miama, Fla., to
spend the winter.
JJ Miss Laura Gaper continues quite
ill at the home of her sister, Mrs. Geo.
Rankin, in Shawhan. Si
-Mayor J. T. Hinton, who has beun
quite ill at his, home on High street,
is improving rapidly.
Mrs. Henry Craig, ot George
town, is the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jos.aDavis, on High street.
" Mrs. KateTForrester, of Chicago,
is the guest of her brothers, Messrs.
Aaron and Broad Smedley, at Hutch
ison. Mr Charlton Clay and Miss Mary
Fithian Hutchcraft, of this city, at
tended the dance given by the Lex
ington German Club in that city, Wed
Misses Allene Schwartz, Edna
Keller, Mary Brannon, Hazel Duvall,
Julia and Mary Woods. Margaret
Toohey, Messrs. Jake Saloshin, John
R. Roche, Chas. McCarthy, Leo Kel
ler and Wm. Clark, of this city, at
tended the Y. M. 1. dance in Lexing
ton Wednesday night.
Bring in your turkeys. We
are how killing for Christmas
CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO.
Mrs. Wm. R. Scott
guests her sisters, Misses
elrigg, of Louisville, and
rigg, of Frankfort.
has as her
Fired on fay Unknown Negro.
Fired upon by an unknown negro,
Max Metzger, a concrete contractor,
in the employ of the Louisville and
Nashville had a narrow efcaDe from
death at Shawhan, five milss north of
Paris, Friday afternoon vl.re he is
engaged in concrete construction for
the railroad comoany. Tw shots were
fired at the contractor, one of them
narrowly missing its mark. Metzger
is at a loss to know why the man
should have attempted to rarm him.
It is thought the one who fired the
shots is one of the regro criminals
that infest the construe inn camps
along the Louisville and Na?hville,
gaining' a livelihood by gambling and
fleecing' the working negroes out of
Read these rug
9x12 rug 512.75.
36x72 rug $4.00.
27x54 rug $2.25.
tt A. F. WHEELER & CO.
Many ud to d9te leather rocke f
the Christmas trade,
tf A. F. W HEELER & CO.
ExBourboh Gets Position.
Friends in this county will be pleas
ed to learn of the success of Mr. Gra
ham Smedley, formerly of Millers
burg, who is now a resident of Texas.
Mr. Smedley is a resident of Midlan
Texas, and was several months ago
elected county attorney of the county
in which he resided. A few weeks
ago he was appointed assistant attor
ney general of the state f Texas, the
appointment being made by Attorney
General Looney. The appointment
will become effective Dec. 1, and Mr.
Smedley will leave Midlan this week
for Austin to assume his new duties.
Mr. Smprllev is a son of Mr. J. G.
Smedley, of Millersburg, and is one of
the brightest young men that ever left
that community. He has many friends
in this city.
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, suices of all kinds, etc, also
fresh stock of shelled almonds, pecans
and Enerlish walnuts.
19 tf T LENIHAN.
Bring in your turkeys. We
are now killing for Christmas
CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO.
Mrs. Thos. Helm Clay entertained
with a luncheon Tuesday for her
daughter, Mrs. Robt. Hopkins, and a
number of Lexington guests.
Miss Lena Talbott, of North Mid
dlelcwn. is the guest of her sister.
Miss Macy Talbott at Mrs. W. G. Mc
Clintcck's on Pleasant street.
Mrs. Jos. Mitchell entertained
last night at auction bridge for her
guests. Miss Martha Ferguson and
Miss Foster, of Covington.
"Cadets Edward Fithian and Law
rence Price, students at the M. M. I.,
arrived home Wednesday to spend
Tnanksciving with their parents.
n Mrs. Harry Clay is in Nashville.
Tenn., spending the Thanksgiving hol-
idays with her daughter, Miss Frances
I Clav, who is a student at Ward Semi
Mr. and Mrs. Laurel True, of this
city, have moved to Burnside, Ky.,
where they will spend the winter and
where Mr. True has extensive lumber
Miss Evelyn Craig, of Vevay, Ind.,
who has been the guest of friends in
North Middletown for several days,
will be the guest of Mrs. W. W. Judy
for a few days.
Miss Marie Talbott has returned
from Washington, D. C. , where she
went to act as a page to the President
General at the National Convention of
the U. D. C, held in that city.
Miss Rena Owens left Wednesday
morning for Lake City, Fla., where
she was called on account of the illness
of her uncle, Mr. Turner, who is re
ported to be in a very serious condi
tion. -Mr. W. H. Renick is seriously ill
at his home on Hich street, and his
family is very apprehensive as to his
condition. Mr. Renick, who is 76 years
of age, is one of the oldest citizens of
Paris, and his wide circle of friends
will regret to hear of his illness.
Miss Nancy Griffith was hostess at
a luncheon and bridge party Wednes
d?.v at her country hnrrse in honor of
ucr bister, irt. roveil Bosworth. of
Middlesboro. After luncheon a num
ber of games were enjoyed. The
guest prizes, two embroidered hand
kerchiefs. w.re captured by Miss Ma
rie Foster, of Covington, and the priz
es for the highest score, two ivor.v pic
ture frames, were given to Mrs. White
For Friday Only.
Improved family Scales, extra large
dial, weighs by ounce up to 24 pounds,
75c Shoe Lasts and-Stand, only 49c.
Nickel Plated Safety Pins, 3c doz.
Silver Plated Knives and Forks,
made by the Coin Silver Plate Co.,
hollow handles, only Si. 25 a set.
Silver Plated Tea Spoons, French
grey handles, only 49c a set.
Eye Glass Cases, spring tops, plush
25c goggles, a pair 15c.
Brass and Copper Finish Crumb
Tray and Scraper, 15c.
Extra heavy nickel-plated Crumb
Tray and Brush, 48c,
Roasting Pans, double handles and
hi aged, the best of its kind on the
market, 39c, 49c, 59c.
Stock, Crop, &c
Ilaviny sold mv farm on the Mays
ville and Lexington pike five and one
half miles from Paris and two and
one-half miles from Millersburg and
will move to another state, I will sell
at public auction on
Wednesday, Dec. 18th, 1112.
16 head of cattle, including 4 choice
6 coming 2 sear old heifers i
2 heifer calves;
2 red steer calves, extra good ;
Yearling Polled Durham bull;
2 polled Durham heifers, registered,
and probably the only cattle of this
breed in Bourbon county;
13 head'of Southdown sheep, as good
as there are in the State ;
4 work mules, good ones ;
Carriage, runabout, covered spring
wagon, pony rigs, carts', slaigh, har
ness, farming implements;
Household and kitchen furniture;
Corn, oats, fodder and straw ;
Turkeys, chickens, ducks, white
guineas, and Homer pigeons.
bale will begin at ten o'clock.
.TERMS Liberal and made known
on day of sale.
J. F. BARBEE.
George D. Speakes, Auctioneeer.
We Are Now
Ready to Show
As Pretty and
Useful a Lot of
As were Ever
Brought to Paris.
Our Prices Are
GET BUST !
Christmas is Only Four Weeks Off.
Art Materials to be Made Up.
Our Art Goods Department is Immense:
Stamped Towels, Gowns, Corset Covers, Ete.
Pillow Tops and Cords, Huck Towlings, Art Linen
and Crashes. Slipper Soles and Yarns,
Sewing Bag and Basket Accessories in Sweet Grassy
Etc., Art Denims, Flosses for
Embroidery, Crochet, Etc.
100 Pieces 50c Fancy Ribbon -for
Fancy Work, only 25c yard.
Come Look Them Over.
W. ED. TUCKER.
We expect to make this the banner week in
our Cake department, and have an assortment
of Cakes to make it so.
Stone's Rice Fruit Cakes, made
especially for Thanksgiving
Holiday trade, 30c each.
WILSON'S OLD STAND,
Opp., Court House,
Silver Slice, a white cake 1 0c
Mephisto, a Devil's Food, Cake 1 Oc
Golden Sunbeam, a rich yellow cake -1 Oc
Creole Fruit, a special raisin cake 1 5c
Stone's Cakes are baked in a sanitary bakery
that is always open to public inspection. They
are made from the best of butter and fresh
eggs; Just as good, just as pure as mother
makes them, without the trouble.
The Home of Good Things to Eat
A ft f
Among those who attended the
Maude Adams performances at the
Lexington ODera House were the fol
lowing: Mrs. H. Clay Howard, Mrs.
J. Frank Clay. Mrs. Harry Kerslake,
Mr. and Mrs. Pearce faton, t:Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Houston. Dr. and Mrs. J. T.
Vansant, Misses Mary Fithian Hutch
craft, Kate Alexander, Frances John
son, Rena Crosdale. Allene Power.
Henrietta Oberdorier, Anna E Us
Peed, Anna Connell. Nell Schvvaitz.
MaryJRassenfoss and Messrs. Joseph
Clav, Harry Holt, Edward Prichard,
Catesby Spears and i.Thumas Rocht,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Judy, Mrs. W. L.
Vprkea 'Miss Elizabeth Yerkes, Mrs.
Cordie Parker, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Thomason, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mc
Clintock. Messrs Thos. and Jas. Mc
Chntock. Miss Valette McClintock,
Miss Bessie Purnell, Miss Macie Tal
bitt, W. C. Potts, Miss Anna Warren.
Calvert Meng, Miss Evelyn Craig,
Stanley Dickson, Mrs. Allie Dickson,
Chas. Meng. Jno. Collins, Wm. Col
lins, Robt. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Meng, Thos. Jones, Mis Lina
Talbott, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis,
Mrs. E.F . Clay, Miss Ethel VanArs
dale, Mr. and Mrs. Pearce Paton. Mr.
and Mrs. Wade Whitley, Dr. and Mrs.
Comer, Miss Grace Donaldson, D. Y.
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