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THE BOURBON NEWS
PUBLISHED EVFRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1912
Oyetija.D.d. Model T'
Sell Starter Central Control
30 Horsepower i 10-iu. Wheel Base
5-Passinger Tour- Tiniken Bearings
ing- Car I'restolite Tank
Remy Magneto Clear Vision Wind
Warner Speedeomter Shield
Mohair Top and Boot All Bright Parts
Tires 32x3 xz Q. D. Nickel Plated
M. Jo LAVIN
Distributor For Bourbon County
Oghth and VI a in Streets, Paris, Kentucky
1 9-lfos. Sugar $ 1 .OO
2 Cans of Standard Corn 15c
Or 1 Dozen Cans for 80c
Standard Tomatoes, per can 10c
Seeded Raisins, 16 oz. pkg. -. .' 10c
Currents, 10 oz pkg 12 l-2c
Layer Raisins, per lb 10c and 12 l-2c
FigS, 12 OZ. pkg rrrr-s-rr " I0c
Dates, 12 oz. pkg 10c
Dates in bulk, per lb 10c
Citron, perjlb 20c
Plum Pudding 30c
Mixed Nuts, per lb 15c
Mixed Candies of all kinds.
Come and See Us and We Will
Save You Money
T. C. LENIHAN,
Both Phones 234
Get What You Pay For
Getting what you
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
Get Your Next Boy's
Suit HereLearn what
it means to patronize a
store that sells satisfac
tion. You'll discover that
there's no store that con
siders i t s customer's
profit first, that gives all
you pay for.
Boy's Suits, Ages
7 to 17
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In an automobile accident, which oc
curred Tuesday night at 10 :30 o'clock
Josenh Stivers and his sister, Miss
Edith Stivers, of this city, sustained
serious injuries, the latter being se
The accident occurred on the Lex
ington pike near this city while Mr.
Stivers was returning from Lexington
and was caused by the machine skid
ding on the wet road, striking a tree
and rolling down an embankment. Zz;
Mr. Stivers was driving the car at a
moderate rate of speed when before
crossing the bridge over Houston creek
the machine swerved from its course
and plunging to the side of the road
struck a tree and plunged down the
embankment a distance of about fit
In its nulnue the car turned over
four times landing at the loot of the
embankment with its occupants be
neath it. Miss Stivers was -pinned
beneath the wreckage, while Mr. Sti
vers was partly beneath the machine.
Although suffeiing intensely he suc
ceeded in relenting himself and made
a heroic effort to get his sister from
her perilous position. His injuries,
however, were too severe and his
strength insufficient to raise the ma
chine. Realizing the only chance to relieve
his sister who was suffering intensely
he called loudly for help. James GurnJ
mings and hiB son, Leslie Cummings
and Robert Adair residing close by
hurried to the scene and succeeded in
removing the injured girl.
She was taken to th home of Mr.
R. F. Adair and Drs. Fithian, Daugh
erty, Faries and Kenney summoned to
attend the injuries.
Miss Stivers is seriously hurt, hav
ing sustained a broken collar bone,
four fractured ribs and was cut and
bruised about the face and head.
Mr. Stivers had his right hip sprain
ed, his back injured and was bruised
about the body.
The machine wa3 almost completely
"WE KNOW HOW"
In Selecting a
For Father, Brother or Sweetheart,
Come- to our store, we will show
yoii the very latest of styles at the
right prices in
Novelties of every description arriv
ing daily for the holiday trade. Games,
pictures, leather goods, copyright
books at 50 cents, fancy baskets at
all prices, Indian goods direct from a
large Indian reservation". Every
thing in stock that would make a suit
ab.e holiday gift. Seeus before buy
ing. 26 tf PARIS BOOK CO.
Get Your Potatoes Now.
Now is the time to lay in your win
ter Irish potatoes. The first carload
from Michigan will arrive in a few
days. Leave your order. Both Dhones.
tf Opnosite Courthouse
Pure Meade county extra apple
brandy at $1 per quart.
Tenth and Pleasant St?..
Shoes For Gentlemen.
See the Bostonian shoes for men at
$4 and $5 at Feld's Shoe Store. tf
Lady's Desk for $5.
Have that desk set aside for Christ
A. F. WHEELER & CO.
Suits Jewelry Shirts
Overcoats Watch Charms Ties
Sweaters Cuff Buttons Gloves
Trunks Scarf Pins Sox
Suit Cases Telescopes Underwear
Hats Fur Caps Umbrellas ,. Shoes
Our Specialty in Dux Back Clothing and Witch-Elk
Shoes from 6 to 1 8 inches in height.
Also a Most Attractive Line of
Ladies' Gloves and Hose
Mitchell & Blakernore9
Outfitters to IVSen
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Operations May Not Be Neces
sary. Dr. ' Louis Frank, of Louisville,
went to Cleveland, O., Sunday to be
operated upon, it is possible that Dr.
Frank may not have to undergo an op
eration after all. The trip to Cleve
land was not only stood very well, but
che patient was found to be much im
proved upon his arrival in that city. -
Dr. Frank had been suffering with
kidney trouble for a week at his home
in Louisville, when he was informed
that an operation was necessary. The
manv friends of IDr. Frank in Paris
will be pleased to learn of the im
provement in hiB condition.
Mrs. Frank returned Wednesday
from Cleveland and reported a decided
improvement in his condition. X ray
photographs were talcan which re
vealed stones in the kidnevs. It is
from this that Dr. Frank has been
A Fine Line.
A fine line of Christmas candies.
Leave your order early.
x J. E. CRAVEN.
FRANK & COS
The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
:c $35.00 Suits "..... T.$ 1 977513a"
25.00 Suits .':.... 16.75
20.00 Suits '. 12.75'
15.00 Suits :..:. ' 10.75
Miss'HolIaday's home made black
cake, Dlum pudding and mince meat
on sale at Bruce Holladay's. Leave
your.order early. x
Negres Again in Limelight.
Amanda Moore, a negreas, who
sprang into the limelight recently with
an alleged confession of a negro whom
she accused of wrecking a passenger
train near this city, was before Squire
Fretwell Tuesday morning for her ex
amining trial on a charge of having
cut Joe Coleman, an aged negro, with
an ax several nights ago.
The woman, it is alleged used the
weapon with telling effdect on the ne
gro man's leg, almost severing the
member with one blow. She was ar
rested and placed in jail following the
trouble which took dace in the negro
suburb of Claysville. She was held to
await the action of the next grand
jury and her bond fixed at 400, in de
fault of which she was committed to
Ralph Meekg, colored, who was
charged with stealing a revolver from
March Howard, Jwas also before Squire
Fretwell Tuesday morning and he was
given four months in. jail at hard labor
Ladies' Coats ,
$25.00 Values for $15.00
20.00 Values for : 1 O.OO
15.00 Values for "... 8.95
Children's COats AH Reduced in Price
Toys and Dolls Now On Display
Novelties In Every Department Suitable For
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