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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KY., DECEMBER 10, 1912
m BOURBOfl NEWS.
ALWAYS HAS THE BEST
OF EVEnVTJrv,
Thompson Furm Sold.
' The farm'of Mr. Henry V, Thomp"
eon, in Clark county, was sold at pub
.jc auction Saturday at 3121 per acre.
The farm contains 150 acres.
Millinery Cheap.
Mililnery at reduced prices. S4 and
$5 hats at $1.98.
SIMON DEFT. STORE; I
Dolls.
Toys, Fancy Novelties. Tinsel and
Tree Ornaments.
3 2t MISS JESSIE BROWN.
Half Price Sale,
ThursdayFriday
suits at 12.50.
SIMON
and Saturday S25
Saturday
DEPT. STORE.
Have You Thought of Him?
Have you thought how He would en
;oy a nice, comfortable office chair?
J. T. Hinton sells the best.
Continues to Improve.
The condition of John Fowler, of
Clintonville. who is at the St. Joseph
Ho-oital, in Lexington, suffering with
a j- un shot wound, is improving stead
iij. For Christmas.
i am offering the best Five Dollar
Doll in the world. Now on displav.
2t MISS JESSIE BROWN.
Half Price Sale.
Thursday, Friday and
suits at $12.50.
Saturday
25
SIMON DEPT. STORE.
Desirable Presents.
Globe-Wernicke book cases are very
desirable nresents. Sole agency at
J T. HINTON 'S.
Purchases Palon Property.
Dr. D. S. Henry, of this city, our
chased Saturday of Mrs. M. A. Patun
her business property on Main street,
occupied by Mrs. M. Parker and Dr.
R. M. Gilkey. Dr. Henry also pur
chased Saturday at a private price" 1G0
acres adjoining his farm in Franklin
county.
For Holiday Gifts
A Eeautiful line of Hand Embroi
dery and Fancy Novelties.
2t MISS JESSIE BROWN.
An Xmas Gift for Mother.
Buy one of those cook books of ours
for mother's Christmas gift. "Cake.
Candv and Culinary Crinkles." is the
title of the best cook book in the
world. On sale at Paris Book Store.
x MRS. W. A. JOHNSON.
Paris Man Elected Potentate
At the meeting of Oleika Teniple
Nobles of the Myotic Shrine, held in
Lexington last Thursday nicht Mr.
Chas. A. McMillan, of this city, was
electedto the' high office of Porentate
of the organization. Mr. McMillan,
who is the City Attorney of Paris and
a prominent member of the local bar,
is an enthusiastic Mason ard promi
nent and well known throuchout the
Blue Grass. The officers elected Hwere
as follows: Charles A. McMillan,
Potentate; David P. Bastin, Chief
Rabban; John T. Graven. Assistant
Rabban; Hughes Sourr, High Priest;
Roger H. Harp, Oriental Guide; Oscar
Lyne, Treasurer ; Wm M.. Yent, Re
corder: John W. Myers, Sentinel.
Have Your Presents Put Aside.
Buy your Christmas presents at J. T.
Hinton's. By so doing you eet some
thing both useful and ornament
Have your present put aisde now.
Reduce Your Electric Bill 12
See our advertisement on pace 4.
PARIS GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
Useful Presents.
Ladies desks, cheval mirrors, rock
ers, china cabinets, office desks and
chairs make useful presents. See
J. T. HINTON.
Ferguson Farm Sold.
One of Ihe bicrgest land sales made
in this county in many years was con
summated laet week when Wm. C. Fer
guson disposed of his farm en the
Gfnrfrptnwn nike. six miles East of
Paris to Messrs. Fred and Frank Parks,
of Irvine, K. The place, which is
known as the Iieland farm, is one of
the most desirable in the county. It
contains 210 acres and sold for about
$150 Der acre. Involved in the trans
action is the sum of $31,000, which
was naid in cash by the purchasers.
The Messrs. Parks are wealthy land
owners, their holdings in the moun
tains amounting to several thousand
acres. Thev are nephews of the Misses
Cockrel, who bought the Dr. Noah
Moore farm near this city, last sum
mer. Possession of the Ferguson f arm
wlil be given March 1. 1913, when the
purchasers will move to Bourbon
countyto locste permanently.
Reduce Your Electric Bill 1-2.
See our'advertisement on page 4.
PARIS GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
TURKEYS.
We will receive turkeys for
the Christmas market not
later than December 12.
Chas. S. Brent & Bro.
His Large Assortment.
Uoll carta, scoots, cribs, tkblp
chairs, children's rockers, youths'
chairs, go carts for the children's pres-
'- Don't waste your money. J.
Hinton has large assortment.
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PERSONAL MENTION. ,
I Mr. I. D. Thompson attended court
in Lexincton yesterday.
-Mr. Henry Butler is able to be out
after several week's illness.
S Mrs. Carrie Haley is ill at St. Jo
seph's Hosnital in Lexintgon.
Miss Mae Thomas, of Richmond, is
visiting Mrs. Homer Kiser,in this city.
Mrs. R. P. Stivers and aunt, Mrr.
Gadesia Cooper, are visiting relatives
in Wabash. Ind.
Miss Pansy Dean, of Frankfort, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Frizzill,
on South Main street.
Mrs. Pickett Helmer, of this citv
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs
Louise Helmer, in Maysville.
Dr. Richard T. Clark, of Nicholas
vill, is the guest of his mother. Mrs.
Kate Clark, in this city.
Mr. William P. Wornall enter
tained the members of the six hand
euchre club at her home near this city
Thursday.
Rev. Father Eugene Debruyn and
Mr. Rudolph Davis have returned
from a successful hunting trip to Lau
rel county.
Mrs. Thomas Gray and daughters,
Mi8sesEdith and Mary Gray of Dayton.
O., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Gray, at Hutchison.
Mrs. E. C. Wood, of Georgetown,
is the guest of her mother-in-law,
Mrs. Ella Wood, who is quite ill at
her home in this city.
Mrs. Mary Talbott and son, Mr.
Williard Talbott, of Boise, Iowa, are
spending a month at the home of Miss
Neoma Cunningham at Escondida.
Mrs. J. JbJ. Wilson was called yes
terday to Cincinnati to be with her
sister. Miss Lucy Lowry, who is to be
operated on today at the Jewish Hos
pital. Mr. and Mrs Charlton Alexander
entertained with a dinner party at
their country home Friday evening in
honor of Elder and Mrs. W. E. Ellis,
of this city.
Mr. Gayle Patrick, an employe of
the L. & N., who was injured by a
train at Falmouth Thanksgiving, is
quite 111 at his home on South Main
street with an attack of pneumonia.
His brother. Mr. James Patrick, ar
rived from Texas Thuisday to be at
his bedside.
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Bishop enter
tainedaThursday with'an elegant tur
key dinner at their home near Paris
in honor ot Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Bish
op, of Cynthiana. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. N. I . Bishop, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Isgrigg, Mrs. Smith
Bisnup. Mr. Gus Bishop. Mrs. Lyle
Jacoby, Miss Willie Lou Jicoby, Mrs.
B. A. JLJatterton, Mrs. Joe Boswell and
Miss LucilleBassiaH
Loose Leaf Market Opens Today
The doors of the large sales ware
house of the Bourbon Tobacco Ware
house Co., will be thrown open to buy
ers this morning and the first public
auction of' tobacco in this city will be
gin at 10 o'clock sharp.
From advance information that we
have it is a safe prediction that the
local enterprise will have a very auspi
cious opening and that the offerings to
day will be fai above the expectations
I of the management of the concern.
With the most seasonable weather
farmers have been busily engaged in
stripping the weed and preparing it for
the market, with the result that all
day of Sunday and yesterday heavily
loaded wagons nassed through the
city and the tobacco stored in the
warehouse. An excellent floor nf
tobacco is now on hand and by the
time the sales open this morning a
number of other crops will be added to
those already received.
The sales will be conducted by Col,
Goddard, of Lexington, one of the best
known auctioneers in this sPctioD of
the state and Manager Kenney Nichols,
assisted by several competent men will
have full charge of the affairs of the
warehouse.
A number of buyers representing
some of the leading manufactories in
the country will be on the market this
morning with a view of making pur
chases for their respective companies.
TURKEY
We will receive turkeys
for the Christmas market not
later than December 12.
Chas. S. Brent & Bro.
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Ladies' woolen dresses at greatly re
duced prices.
SIMON DEPT. STORE.
Suitable Holiday Gifts.
Elegant line ofjnovelties just re
ceived. Most suitable gifts. Music
rolls, leather bridge sets, hasty note
pads in leathei, just the thing 'vto slip
in your traveling bag. Crane's hand
some box paper.
26 tf PARIS BOOK CU.
"Mr. Bob" a Grand Success
"Mr. Bob," given under the aus
pices of the Richard Hawes Chapter.
U. D. C. was gieeted with a large and
appreciative audience at ihe Opera
House lastThursday night and the en
tertainment went on record as the best
that local taleiit has been able to pro
duce in a good number of years.
Each individual member of the cast
is deserving of special mention, but
lack of space forbids. The musical
numbers were bright and clean. At
least one hundred little children took
a part in this specialty. The enter
tainment was given with a view of
raising sufficient funds to furnish a
room in the W. W. Massie Memorial
Hospital and the local chapter profited
handsomely, their share of the net rt
ceipts amounting to $146,25.
So favorably impressed were those
who attended the performance that
numerous requests have been made for
a repetition of the entertainment, and
it has been decided by the local chapter
to repeat the performance next Friday
night, December 13. It has been an
nounced that there will be a comnlete
chance of specialties for this occasion.
All the children who participated are
requested to mett at the city school
budding at 3:30 o'clockthis afternoon
:or a rehearsal.
I ,
Santa Claus Headquarters.
Our store, as usual, isthe place, old
Santa holds forth during theholidays
and this vear is no exception. He has
furnished us with a larger stock of ev-
jerything than ever before for the chil
dren, sleds, magic lanterns, Irish
mails, boxing gloves, drums, horns,
toy tea sets, velocipedes, toys, air i
Runs, express wagens, fireworks, can
dies, fruits, nuts, raisins and all kinds
of goodies to 11 the stockings with.
tie sure and see us and we will save
you money,
tf LAVIN & CONNELL.
Heavy Mails on Rural Routes.
The rural mail carriers operating
out of this city, December 1 completed
their reports for the month of Novem
ber, of the number of pieces of mail
delivered and collected on the various
routes. The reports show that during
the month on route No. 1 a total of
823 pieces were collected and 7,868 de
livered ; No. 2, 839 collected and 6,701
delivered; No. 3, 1,255 collected, 7.847
delivered ; No. 4. 549 collected, 5,388
delivered; No. 6.665 collected, 6,047
delivered ;JNo. 7, 949 collected, 8,035
delivered; No. 8, 669 collected, 5,912
delivered. The total number of pieces
of mail of all classes collected by the
eight rural carriers is 6,575, while
those delivered are 53,621.
Gold Medal Poultry Feed.
Saidjthe'little'red rooster to the lit
tle brown hen
You haven't laid an egg since God
knows when;
Said ihe littlegbrown hen to the little
red rooster
If they'll feed me "Gold Medal" I'll
lay eggs as I uster.
For sale by all up to date grocers.
Eventually you will feed it. Why not
now? tf
Fine Steer Shipped.
One of the finest steersthat has been
shipped from this section this year
was delivered on the Cincinnati mar
ket yesterday by Caywood & McClin
tock. or this city. The steer weighed
1,790 pound0 and wos in the pink of
condition. It was purchased for the
firm byjMr. Harvey Hibler from Harp
Bros., of near Paris, at the nrice of
5138.72.
Rugs.
Read these rug
Christmas pifts.
bargains.
Elesant
9x12 rug-12.75.
36x72 rug S4.00.
27x54 rug S2.25.
tt A. F. WHEELER & CO
For the Holiday Trade.
Pictures of every descrintion, hand
somely framed, leather goods in the
latest novelties. Copyright books,
latest fiction, 50 cents. Games for
the children as well as the grown ud
folks.
6 tf PARIS BOOK CO.
For the Little Girls.
I am'going to offer the best Five
Dollar Doll in the world. Life size.
2t MISS'JESSIE BROVVN. "
Lost!
On'Main between Tenth and Fourth
streets, small black pocketbook, con
tdimneTUin of money. Finder please
return to News office and receive suit
able reward 2t
FOR SALE
About 1,200 barrels of corn for sale
in field, with good field lot of 200 acre
boundary to feed on. Applv to
E. R. ALLEN,
127 Lexincton St., Winchester, Ky.
FOR SALE.
One hundred and ninety shocks of
good corn. Will furnish 150 acres of
good grass to feed it on. Would like
i in me shock, aibo to snocKs ui
eood fodder. Can start feeding first
of January but must finish March 1.
JOE K.- REDMON.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE PEOPLE'S BANK,
doing business at the town of Paris,
County of Bourbon, State of Ken
tucky, at the close of business on 26th
day of November, 1912:
JRESOURCES:
Loans and Discounts $ 77,682 01
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured 131 65
Due from Banks 18,558 46
Casb on hand 6,666 85
Checks and other cash items 39 71
Banking House, Furniture
and Fixtures 789 00
Other Assets not included ,
under any of above heads,
Expenses 2,230 09
106,097 77
LIABILITIES:
Capital Stock paid in, in
cash $50,000 00
Undivided Profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid 486 42
Deposits subject
to check S55.461 35
Time Deposits 150 00 55,611 5
$106,097 77
STATE OF KENTUCKY, 0 .
County of Bourbon, f bCC
We, W. P. Ardery and b. E. Bed
ford, respectively President and Cashier
of the above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true
to the best of our knowledge and belief.
W. P. ARDERY, President.
S. E. BEDFORD, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 5th day of December, 1912.
W. T. BRYAN,
Notary Public.
Correct-Attest:
J. W." JACOBY,
ED. BURKE,
H. S. CAYWOOD,
Directors.
BUTLER'S!
We Are Now'
Ready to Show,
As Pretty and
Useful a Lot of
Christmas
Goods
As were Ever
Brought to Paris.
Our Prices Are
Within Reach
of Any
Purse
WILSON'S OLD STAND,
Opp. , Court House,
Paris, Kentucky
Public Sale.
i Saturday, December 7, 1912,
at 2 o'clock, I will sell my household
and kitchen furniture, consisting of
Kitchen stove and gas stove.
Folding Bed.
Carpets, o
Curtains,
Chaiis, etc.
MISS ANNIE M. WRIGHT.
M. F. Kenney, Auctioneer.
NOTICE!
Is hereby given that the Board of
Council of the City f Paris, Ky., will
receive bids for the lighting of said
city by electricity and gas for a period
of two or three years. Said bids aro
to be filed with the undersigned not
! later than December 11, 1912. Any
and all bids may be rejected by Boaid
of Council.
J. W. HAYDEN,
6 2t Citv Clerk.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Bourbon Bank and
Trust Co.,
doing business at the town of Pans,
County of Bourbon, State of Kentucky,
at the close of business on the 26th day
of November, 1912:
RESOURCES:
Loans and Discounts $472,720 32
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured 11,836 99
DuefromBanks 27.977 81
Cash on hand 17,522 6S
Banking House, Furniture
and Fixtures 14,500 00
$544,557 82
LIABILITIES:
Capital Stock paid in, in
cash $100,000 00
Surplus Fund 40,000 00
Undivided Profits, less ex
penses paid 13,464 35
Deposits subject
to check $216,037 09
Time Deposits.- 70,752 04-286,789 73
Due Banks and Trust Com
panies 2,733 09
Notes and Bills Rediscounted 100,000 00
Reserved for Taxes 1,570 65
$544,557 82
STATE OF-KENTUCKY. ) .
County of Bourbon, )
"Vye, B. Woodford and B. Woodford,
Jr., President and Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of our knowledge and belief.
B. WOODFORD. President.
B. WOODFORD, JR., Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 6th day of December, 1912.
JNO. J. McCLINTOCK,
Notary Public in and for the County
of Bourbon and State of Kentucky.
My commission expires January 9,
1916.
Correct Attest:
. w J."W. DAVIS,
T J.T. HINTON,
B. A. FRANK,
Directors.
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For Xmas.
Silk Hosiery
Used to be considered a luxury, but now is a neces
sitySpecial values at 50c, $1.00 and $1.50.
Gloves (
High-grade Kid Gloves at low prices $1.25 quality
only $1.00; $3.50 quality only $2.50.
Handkerchiefs
In wonderful variety The largest holiday stock we
have ever shown.
Umbrellas
The $5.00 quality only 3.98; others from $1.00 up.
See our large display of
Toys and Dolls
See our line of
Indian Sweet Grass Baskets, &c.
Sterling Silver deposit on Crystal Glass.
Table Linens and Art Linens.
Bought especially for Xmas.
x Come and Look Our Large Stock Over.
W. ED. TUCKER.
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Christmas
Specialties
Stone's Rich Fruit Cakes, made especially for the
Christmas trade, per lb 30c
Fancy Seeded Raisins, Castle Brand, per lb 1 Oc
Atmore's Celebrated Mince Meat, per lb I'Z l-2c
Best quality Citron and Orange Peel, per lb 20c
Largest Assortment of Christmas
Goodies, Candy and Nuts
m lowo.
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The Home of Good Things to Eat3
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I j rrogressive
and Solid
Institution
We Invite You to Open an
Account With Us.
You Are Assured of Fair
Treatment.
Liberal Accommodations.
3 per cent, on Time Deposits.
Capital 100,000.00
Bourbon Bank &
Trust Co.
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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
nncfnrlian rf vmiv TYiwnofHr
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NATIONAL
5c and 10c Store
On Sale
Tuesday and Wednesday
A Large Sized
Turkey Roaster
at 10c each
Complete 20c
See Us For Bargains
Notional 5c andlQc Store
WatchOurIWinclows.,aur,10,uayp,c..w;'A. no.?. "
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$15
for this genuine
Victor-Victrola
Yes sir, a genuine
Victor-Victrola for 15.
Hardly seems possible,
and yet this new instru
ment embraces all the
fundamental Vfctor
Victrola principles.
And the un equaled
Victor-Victrola tone
that's the most important
thing of all.
Come in today and
hear it no obligation to
buy, but you won't want
to do without one.
Other styles $25 to $250.
Victors $10 to $100. Easy terms
if desired.
I Daugberty
Bros.
H and Painted China
I will have zn openirg of Kwni
uainted china December 7 sx the wiWi
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