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THE BOURBON NEWS
PUBLISHED EVFRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
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VOLUME XXXI
PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1912
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Circuit Court. i
The November term of the Bourbon '
Circuit Court adjourned Saturday after
a three weeks' session and the temple
of justice wore a deserted air yester-1
dav. Five prisoners, convicted of(
heinous crimes, were sentenced to the!
penitentiary where they will probabiy
be taken this week. They were Wil
liam McCoy, colored, murder, life im
prisonment; Macfc Jones, colored,
murder, life; James Jones, colored,
malicious shooting, one to live years:
Matt Simpson, while, housebreaking,
one to fivp years; Will Brown, color
ed, housebreaking, one to five years.
Pure fVieade County Apple
Brandy at John Johnson's,
corner Tenth and Pleasant
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5.00
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30 Horsepower 110-in. Wheel Base
S-Passhiger Tour- Timken Bearings
ws Car Prestolite Tank
Remy Magneto Clear Vision Wind
Warner Speedeomter Shield
Mohair Top and Boot All Bright Parts
Tires 32x3 xz Q. D. Nickel Plated
DEMONSTRATIONS SOLICITED
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Distributor For Bourbon County
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17-lb. Sugar $1. 00
2 Cans of Standard Corn loc
Or 1 Dozen Cans for SOc
Standard Tomatoes, per can 10c
Seeded Raisins, 1G oz. pkg 10c
Currents, 10 oz pkg 12 l-2c
Layer Raisins, per lb 10c and 12 l-2c
Figs, 12 oz. pk g 10c
Dates, 12 oz. pkg 10c
Dates in bulk, per lb 10c
Citron, perib 20c
Plum Pudding 302
Mixed Nuts, per lb 15c
Mixed Candies of all kinds.
Fire Works.
Corncand See Us and We Will
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Dr. Louis Frank, of Louisville, who
has been setiourlv ill at his home from
a complication of Iculney troubles, has
rnuu cveci considerably. He was re
moved Sunday to Cleveland. U., for
treatment, and stood the trip remark
ably well. The news of Dr. Frank's
improvement will be welcomed by his
manv Pans rfiends wdo earnestly hope
for a speedy and permanent recovery.
Fancy Baskets.
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at Bruce Holladay's.
kinds on sale
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Meeting of Editors.
The Mid Winter meeting of the Ken
tucky Press Association will be held
in Louisville on Thursday and Friday,
the 26th and 27th. The sessions will
be held at the Seelbach Hotel. Capt.
Robert J. McBryde. of the Louisville
Times, has charge of the program,
and has arranged something of inter
est every minute of the stay in the
Falls City. The quill drivers will be
entertained with a buffet luncheon
and theatre parties. Every newspaper
man in Kentucky who can get out of
his treadmill will attend.
Get Busy.
Christmas is little more than a week
off. Have you done your shopping. If
not, doir't wait until the last few davs
when the sales people are worked
down, the stock torn to pics and the
best goods gone. Get busy.
A Fine Line.
A fine line of Christmas candies.
Leave your older early.
J. E. CRAVEN.
L. N. Pensions Old Employe.
Thfl T.. &. M. rnilrnnrl line nlnnorl rm
The"1iuperannuated list, at comfortable'
pension Mr. Richard C. Talbott, super
visov of water stations on the Ken
tucky Central Division of the road.
Mr. Talbott had been in the employ
of the company for iorly-five year?.
Mr. S. W. Summers has been promot
ed to the position made vacant by the
retirement of Mr. Talbott.
One Dollar a Quart.
Eight year old Sam Claj SI a quart
at John Johnson's, corner Tenth and
Pleasant streets
The Very Best.
Nothing but the finest liquors lor
our holiday trade. Special attention
given to out ot town customers.
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pay for, in style, fit,
quality and satisfaction
tha's a job that's not
always easy when you
start out to buy Boy's
Clothes.
Get Your Next Boy's
Suit Herc--Learn what
it means to patronize a
store that sells satisfac
tion. You'll discover that,
there's no store that con
siders its customer's
profit first, that gives all
you pay for.
Boy's Suits, Ages
7 to 17
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Good Tobacco Sales. T5
Saturday's sales at the warehouse
of the Bourbon Tobacco Warehouse
Co., were up to the standard and the
offerings were of the usual good quali
ty. A total of 71,680 pounds was off
ered, the entiro house averaging
$12.39. Th highest average was
$26.50, paid to J. W. Thomas. The
following growers were given the
highest averages: Clay and Florence.
$19.10; Hinton and Kern,S20.67; Wood
ford Buckner, $16.40 ; Louis Rogers,
$16.30, Plummer and McClure, $18.10;
J. W. Thomas, $26.50. The sales were
well attended and the bidding spirited.
Cheval Mirrors.
Most women would rather have a
cheval mirror than most anything and
fewer have them. Elegant Christmas
presents.
J. T. HINTON.
Hughes Bronston.
Misses Susan and Sallie Bronston, of
Lexington, received a telegram from
Poplar Bluffs, Mo., giving the inform
ation that their brother, Mr. Hughes
.tsronsion, is very in mere with pneu
monia and that small hopes are enter
tained for his recovery. The dispatch
said that if any members of the family
wished to see him alive they should
come at once as he is very low
Miss Kate Alexander, of Paris, a
sister in law of Mr. Bronston, left Fri
day night and the Misses Bronston
wired to their brother, Mr. Wm. Bron
ston, who is at present in Chicago, to
go to Poplar Bluffs. Mr. Brcnston's
trouble is pneumonia of the typhoid
type and is the secondattack within a
short time.
LATER A message to Mr. George
Alexander last night stated that Mr.
Bronsion died at 5 :30 yesterday afternoon.
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"WE KNOW HOW"
.In Selecting a ' A
Christmas Present
For Fattier, Brother or Sweetheart,
Come to our store, we will show
you the very latest of styles at the
right prices in
Shirts
Ties
Gloves
Sox
Underwear
Shoes
Suits Jewelry-
Overcoats Watch Charms
Sweaters Cuff Buttons
Trunks Scarf Pins
Suit Cases Telescopes
Hats Fur Caps Umbrellas
HUNTING OUTFITS
Our Specialty in Dux Back Clothing and Witch-Elk
Shoes from 6 to 1 8 inches in height.
Also a . Most Attractive Line of
Ladies9 Gloves and Hose
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Ladies' Suits
$35.00 Suits ". $19.75 jg
25.00 Suits 16.75
20.00 Suits .' 12.75
15.00 Suits 10.75
Furniture for Presents.
Everybody knows furniture, if it is
the right kind, can't be beat for Christ
mas presents. You can't get any other
kind at J. T. Hinton's.
Mountain Ash Jellico.
Try
It is the purest of all Jellicos.
it once and you will try nu other.
STUART & O'BRIEN,
Main and Eighth streets.
Ladies' Coats
3SS $25.00 Values for $15.00
20.00 Values for 1 O.OO
15. 00 Values for 8.95
Children's COats All Reduced in Price
Toys and Dolls Now On Display
Novelties In Every Department Suitable For
Christmas Giving
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