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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. 1913
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Self Starter Central Control Rexny Magneto Clear Vision Wind
oO Horsepower 110-in. Wheel Base Warner Speedeomter Shield
.5-Passinger Tour- Timken Bearings Mohair Top and Boot All Bright Parts
ang Car Prestolite Tank Tires 32x3 Q. D. Nickel Plated
t - DEMONSTRATIONS .SOLICITED
'!"" M. Jo LAVIN
Distributor For Bourbon County
dighth and Main Streets, Paris, Kentucky
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W FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS I
pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00
with a $3.00 purchase.
ijjjf Pwde of Illinois Corn, per can 1 Oc
m Elephant and Baby Bunting Corn, per can S 1 -3c
jv Damask Rose Corn, two cans for 1 5c
y Damask Rose Corn, one dozen cans for 75c
w Tomatoes, regular size can for 10c
i Tomatoes, fancy, large si? e 'cans for 12 1 -5c
S$) Hunt's Supreme Quality Peaches & Apricots per can 25c
' Hunt's Staple Quality Peaches & Apricots, per can 20c
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viuiueii otciLt; .readies, per can m s Syu
Pie Peaches, per can 1 Oc
Mixed Beans, per pound 5c
Navy Beans, per pound 5 1 -2c
JJfc Kidney Beans, per pound 7c
40$ Blue Ribbon Plour.
$ 25-Pound Sack for SOc
W 50-Pound Sack for $ 1 ,60
4ft Potatoes, per peck 20c
tfVleaf, per peck 25c
The above are just a few of our many Cut Prices. Come
fXS to our store and be convinced of what you can save.
ft Weights and quality guaranteed.
T. G. LENIHAN.
Both Phones 234
Sfffe, Overcoats and
3111 Winter Goods! B
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Special. All 50c Underwear 39c. m
Qno'ial Ono fof C1 fr I nAtfJtrt IKr
Special. $2.00 and $3.00 Hats, choice for
$1.00. See show window.
Special. One !ot Gf Young Men's Suits, black, &
sold from $6.00 to $16.50, choice
$3.75. Sizes 30 to 35.
Special. One lot Knee Pants Suits $1.50.
Sold from $2.50 to $5.00.
Ernest Leggett, of Montgomery
county, and Miss Ruth Terell, of near
Little Rock, obtained a marriage
license Tuesday from County Clerk
Paton and went to Lexington to have
the ceremony performed.
Miss Elizabeth Tillett, of Jpssa
mine county, and Mr. Calude Crane, of
Bourbon, secured a marriage license
Wednesday afternoon from County
Clerk Paton and were unifed in marri
age at 5 o'clock by Judge Denis Dun
dun in his private office in the court
house. The couple presented a very
jouthful appearance and were com
pelled to make affidavit that they were
oCa legal age before a marriage li
cense could be secured.
A wedding of more than passing
interest to many friends in Bourbon
countv was solemnized at eightto'clockv
Tuesday morning in the Catholic
church in Danville, the contracting
parties being Mr. Fied Tamme, of
Danville, and Miss Patr;cia Larkin,
formerlv of Maysville, Rev. Father
Osmond pronouncing the ceremny.
The bride, an attractive girl ot
charming personality and many ac
complished merits, was the embodi
ment of handsome womanhood in a
stylish traveling suit of two-toned
brown with a chic hat, gloves and
shoes to match. She was attended by
her sister, Miss Nellie Larkin, of
The groom is well known here, he
ing the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Tamme, former prominent residents
of this.county, and is a young man of
sterling worth and spotless integrity.
He was attended by his nepHew,
Mr. Frank Helbling. of Ripley, U.
Owing to the recent death of the
groom's mother the wedding wa jof a
quiet nature, only close relatives and
friends witnessing the ceremony, after
which the happy couple left directly
over the Queen and Crecsent for a trip
in the South where they are registered
at "The Breakers," Palm Beach.
Beautiful and costly gifts of dainty
hand painted china, cut glass, solid
silver and othei numerous useful arti
cles were showered in profusion by rel
atives and friends of this popular
couple and attest in a measure the es
teem in which they are held.
After their return from the South Mr.
and Mrs. Tamme will take up their
residence in a charmingly furnished
bungalow unon the farm recently pur
chased by the 'groom, adjoining hia
father's fine estate, near Danville.
Born, at St. Louis, Mo., on Janu
ary 7, to the wife of Mr. Emery Wells,
a son. Mr. Wells is a son of Mr. S.
P.Wells, of Lexington, formerly of
Bourbon county. He is a member fof
the engineering Corps of the U. S.
Army and is statiuned at St. Louis.
Elijah Hendricks, aged 74 years,
died at the home of his son-in law,
Thomas Rose, near Cynthiana, Sat
urday, January 11 of paralysis, and
was buried in- that city Monday. He
is survived by several children among
them being Thomaa Hendricks, of
Jacksonville, this county.
Little Artie 'May Myers the six
months old baby daughter of Mi. and
Mrs. Pearl Ms ers. died of pneumonia
Wednesday at their home on the farm
of Mr. James H. Thompson on the
Lexington pike. The burial took place
Thursday morning at eleven o'clock in
the Paris cemetery. Services at the
grave. Pallbearers, Lewis Gray, Mur
phy Gravett, Marshall Shannon and
Hubbard H. Tebbs died at his
home in Cynthiana Friday morning,
January 10, from pneumonia. He had
been in failing health for some time
and had not the strength to withstand
the lavages of pneumonia, which de
veloped several weeks ago. The fu
neral services were held at his resi
dence Sunday afternoon, conducted by
Rev. J. D. Armistead, of the Christ
ian church. Burial followed at Battle
Mr. Tebbs was born in Harrison
county on December 21. 1851. He
was a good citizen. A man of high
character and probitv, he commanded
the respect and esteem of all who
is survived by his
a Miss Ammerman,
and one son, Mrs.
Paris. Misses TAlice
and Louella Tebbs, of Cynthiana, and
Wesley Tebbs, of Cisco, Texas. Mr.
F. J. Tebhs was a brother.
"WE KNOW HOW
And All Winter Goods
Come Early and Take Advantage
of Reduced Prices.
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The remains of Mr. Charles Hib
ler. who died in Mt. Sterling Sunday,
were laid to rest in the Paris cemetery
Tuesday afternoon. The services were
conducted by Rev. W. E. Ellis, of the
Paris Christian church and Bruce
Trimble, of Mt. Sterling:.
Those who accompanied the body
from Mt. Sterling were Mrs. William
Hibler, Mrs. Emma Lee Reed, little
Billy Reed, Charles Keeze, Bruce
Trimble, Mrs. Colvin, Thomas Sutton.
Scott Armes and Bob I. Coleman. The
pallbearers were Messrs. William P.
Apperson, Robert VanAsdale. Henry
Ringo, John Gatewood, Harry Enoch
and Jack Graus, of theB. P. O. E., of
which order Mr. Hibler was a member.
FRANK & COS
Big Bargains For You,
Don't Miss This Sale
Solid oakglibrary tables, '.S4. 75 to $25,
during this month,
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