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PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1913
THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVPRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
Overland Model &T
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Self Starter Central Control Remy Magneto Clear Vision Wind
-30 Horsepower 110-in. Wheel Base Warner Speedeomter Shield
.5-Passinger Tour- Timken Bearings Mohair Top and Boot All Bright Parts
ingCar Prestoiite Tank Tires 32x3 O. D. Nickel Plated
" i " DEMONSTRATIONS SOLICITED
! ML JL LAVIIN
distributor For Bourbon County
iOghfcfo arid Main Streets, Paris, Kentucky
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RICi SAVING 1)
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3K 19 pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00 M(
JK "" with a $3.00 purchase. JK
ijj' Pride of Illinois Corn, per can 1 Oc fy
jk Elephant and Baby Bunting Corn, per can 8 1 -3 c fy
Jk Damask Rose Corn, two cans for 1 5c K
y Damask Rose Corn, one dozen cans for 75c ?jf
4$ Tomatoes, regular size can for 1 Oc W
W Tomatoes, fancy, large size cans for. . : 1 1-5c j
' $jff Hunt's Supreme Quality Peaches z Apricots per can 35 c J
v Hunt's Staple Quality Peaches 2s Apricots, per can 20c hi
? Golden State Peaches, per can 15& 20c 55?
jjf Pie Peaches, per can -. . ? 1 Oc W
jj Mixed Beans, per pound " 5c W
9,p Navy Beans, per pound 5 1 -2c ty)
jjfo Kidney Beans, per pound 7c ifif
JH Blue Ribbon Flour (fo
W 25-Pound Sack'for . SOc f?
iVS 50-Pound Sack for $ 1 ,60 W
4H$ Potatoes, per peck 20c yff
Meal, per peck '......25c ijff
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Special. One lot of Young Men's Suits, black,
sold trom b.i)U to 51 b.50, choice
$3.75. Sizes 30 to 35. W&
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Hinton Vms in Commiiteemen's
A sweeping endorsement of the pres
ent city administration resulted from
the election of committeemen in this
city Saturday when five of Jhe six cre
cinctH in Paris selected committeemen
favourable to Mayor J. T. Hinton.
The election of committeemen was a
source of great interest, the opposi
tion having out candidates in each of
the citv precincts and the choices were
made after a spirited contest. The
anti-Hinton faction succeeded in land
ing onlv one of the committeeman,
that being Mr. M. J. Murphy in the
third precinct, who defeated Dr. A. H.
Keller. In precinct No. 1 E. B.
Hedges was elected ,by a narrow mar
gin over H. O. James; Whittington
Mann defeated R. K. McCarney in No.
2, G. J. Lancaster was victorious over
George Rassenfoss in No. 4, while
John Cain was elected without opposi
tion in No. 5 and J. W. Thomas defeat
ed Lee Beall in No. 6.
The newly elected members of the
county committee met at the court
.house esterday morning at ten o'clock
for the election of a chairman and sec
retary. The meeting resulted in the
election of W. D. Mclntyre as chair
man and W. G. Talbott, secretary.
Neither had opposition.
following are the membeis of the
county committee as elected Saturday :
hirst Precinct E. B. Hedges.
Second Precinct Whittington Mann
Third Precinct M. J. Murphy.
Fourth Precinct C. J. Lancaster.
r-itith Precinct John Cain.
Sixth Precinct J. Will Thomas
These were all Hinton candidates ex
cept Mr. Murphy.
Repoits fom the county show no in
terest in the election of committee
men, in many precincts only two or
three voters attending. Following is
the list of committeemen from the
Millersburg No. 1 W. D. Mclntyre.
Millersburg No. 2 JPeale Collier.
Little Rock No. 1 R.P. Hopkins.
Little Rock No. 2-J. L. Dodge.
North Middletown No. 1--C. C.
North Middletown No. 2 Gano Hil
dreth. Clintonville No. 1 Ray Cunningham
Clintonville No. 21. D. ThomDson.
Hutchison No. 1 William Lynch. ?
Hutchison No. 2 J. W. Wright. '
Centervill" No. 1 D.C. Lisle. ;
Centerville No. 2 A. P.. Adair.
Ruddles Mills No. 1 James Fisher.
Ruddles Mills No. 2-W. G. Talbot.
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"WE KNOW HOW'.'
Winter underwear at reduced prices
at Mitchell & Blakemore's.
Ships Eight Runners. -
T. F. Brannon of Paris, has at the
Kentucky Association track in Lex
ington eight horses shipped therp last
week. They'are World's Wjondei, a
good three year old maiden; Bill
Whaley, bay colt, three. bv OrlSndo
Grievance; Lauretta Stalworthy,
chestnut filly, three, by Stalwart -Hindi;
a tv;o year ' old colt, half
brothpr to World's Wonder, by Trans
vall Rofce Miller. The other four are
the property of Martin Doyle. One is
a Stalwart colt out of Margaret
Roche, another !is a colt by Nastur
tium, and twofillies are by Transvaal.
Fancy Canned Goods.
We have the b"est assortment of can
ned goods in Paris. Get our dozen
C. P. COOK & CO.
Warning to Hunters,
The State and County Game and
Fish Wardens have been instructed!
by J. Q. Ward. Executive Agent, to'
be on the outlook for violators of the
game and fish laws, and arrest and
proscute any one found hunting with-!
out first procuring a license for the
current year. All license issued last?
year expired December 31st, and lice
ses for this year are now in the hands
of the County Clerk, 'Pearce PatonJ
and are good from date of issue to De
cember 1. 1913. Hunters are allowed
to hunt on their own land or adjoin
ing land with consent of owners with
New Enterprise Opens. j
A new enterprise which bids fair to
take its place in the front rank oi
those of this city is -the new garage,
supply and repair shoD of Yerkes &
Prichard which has been opened b
this Dopular Jirmjn the building oppo
site the Agricultural Bank. '
The recent remodeling of the buildi
ing has made itparticualrly adaptable
for this sort ofonsiness. In the rea
of the main building there has beei
constructed a brick storage room ex
tending through to Pleasant street
The flooring of this part of the build
ing is in concrete and this ;departmer:
is fitted with everv convenience fa'
the care of automobiles.
A section of the first floor of tip
main building will be used as a displa
roqm and already the firm has on dis
play a number of the 1913 models 6?
the Buick automobile, for which the
are the local agents. The second floo'
will be fitted out with modern machin
ery and this portion will bemused as
machine shop while the rear of tis
first floor will be used for repairing.!
The storage room furnishes ample
space for a laree number of autoraj
biles and is easily accessible from tfce
Pleasant street entrance. Everything
for the convenience of auto owners s
being arranged and the firm witholt
charge will store machines for twent?
four hours. Thi? feature should baje
the effect of .inducing owners of im-
chines to use their storage room n-
stead of leaving their cars standingin
the streets, either during tne aay pr
And All Winter Goods
Come Early and Take Advantage -.
of Reduced Prices.
uee Our footwear
Mitchell & Blakemore,
Outfitters to Men
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