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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVFBY TUESDAY AND FBIDAY IN THE YEAS
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'VOLUME XXXI
PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913
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DEMONSTRATIONS SOLICITED
M. J LAVIN.
Distributor For Bourbon County
foth and IVIaira Streets, Paris, Kentucky
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$$f Pride of Illinois Corn, per. can 10c fy
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Jk Damask Rose Corn, two cans for 15c K
f? Damask Rose Corn, one dozen cans for 75c :c
Tomatces, fancy, large size cans fcr 12 1 -5c $
Hunt's Supreme Quality Peaches & Apricots per can 25c j
tfta iiunt' s btaple Quality reaches 6z Anncots, per can 20c ih
K Golden State Peaches, per can 15& 20c 5JJ
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3t Navy Beans, per pound 5 1 -2c
4$k Kidney Beans, per pound 7c )Jf
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HIS Potatoes, per peck ...20c ijff
jfc MBeal, per peck 25c ' iff
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Special One lot Knee Pants Suits $1.50.
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Paris 'School Board Effects a
Compromise.
The suit of the Paris Board of Edu
cation against Superintendent of Pub
lic Instiuction Barksdale Hamlett was
compromised Wednesday by the Board
agreeing to leave uff the census, 314
names stricken ott by the Statejnpsec
tor. Aftor the compromise was effect
ed Superintendent Hamlett agreed to
pay to the Paris school the proportion
of the school fund per caDita on the
basis of the census o'f 1908."
Alleged irregularities on the part of
the census taken several months ago
resulted in an investigation by Super
intendent Hamlett, who sent two in
spectors heie to go over the census
books. It was alleged m the report of
the inspectors to the State Superin
tendent that there were evidences of
the census being padded and going
over the books five hundred names
were stricken from the lists.
The cause of the action of Superin
tendent Hamlet was the result of the
abnormal census which showed a larger
oer cent of any town in the State with
the exception of Covington and
prompted the investigation. Acting
UDon the report of the inspectors
Supetintendept Hamlet refused to pay
to the Paris schools its proportion of
the school fund """unless the Board of
Education would argee to reduce the
census to a per cent compared with
the population of the city.
The school board declined to accept
the proposition of the State Superin
tendent and through their attorneys
Talbott & -Whitley, of this city entered
a mandamus suit to cumpel the pay
ment of the school fund per capita.
By the terms of the compromise 314
names were marked from the census
report as of 1912, which with 199
names supplemented, brings ihe total
number of children of the school age in
Paris to 1,938.
An agreed judgment was entered and
the school board agreed to appoint a
census enumerator this spring to take
the census ana who will be approved
by the suDerintendent. Mr. R. C.
Xalbott, of the firm of Talbott &
Whitley, was in Frankfort represent
ing the Paris School Board.
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Arrested on Serious Charge
Upon an affidavit made by Mr. Bras
field, manager of the Bourbon Home
Telephone Co., warrants were issued
by Judge Denis Dundon against three
young men of this city charging them
with taking the property of another
without his knowledge or consent. It
is alleged in the affidavit that the
three men appropriated the automobile
belonging to the Bourbon Home Tele
phone Co., on last Saturdav night,
making a trip to Lexington. The au
tomobile was seriously damaged in an
accident which occurred on the Lex
ington.road when it collided with an--other
machine. Two ot the men
against whom the warrants were is
sued nave been arrested and placed
under bond for their appearance at
the examining trial which wili be held
before Judge Dundon Mondav after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Real Estate Transfers.
deeds have been
in ..the o'ffice of
The following
lodged for record
County Clerk Paton
Frank Burton to Henrv Clark, lot in
Doyle Annex, S450.
Berkley Armstrongto Stephen Moore
house and lot on Seventh street, $850.
W. P. Hume to James McClure,
house and lot on Winchester street,
$1 and other considerations. f
Silver Tea.
The Sunday school class of Mrs. C.
O.-Hinton. of the Baptist church, will
entertain with a silver tea at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Thompson
Saturday afternoon from two until
four o'clock.
The Only Way.
Editor Jim Allen of the Cynthiana
Democrat gives the following valuable
tip to postmasters in his "pert and
pertinent" column:
"Under the parcel post rules, the
only way apparently that"1 a postmas
ter can dispose of a bottle of whisky
found in the mail is to drink it. He
is forbidden to deliver it, destroy it or
keep it in the office as intoxicating
liquors cannot be sent through the
post he cannot forward it to the dead
letter office."
Mule Sales.
The following mule sales are report
ed ashaving occurred this week :
Thomas McClintock, of Millerbsurg,
sold (o Southern buyers three mules
fort660; to Thomas Farmar two mules
for $450; to t Claude .Williams two
mules for $435.
Peed& McClintock sold to a South
ern buyer three mulesjlfor $590.
Thomas McClintock bought from
W. A. Thomason two mules for $400,
from Mr. Offutt one for $140 and from
Mr. McCarty one for $200.
Hart Talbott Gets Appointment.
Mr. T. Hart Talbott, of this city,
who was recommended by the horse
men and breeders of Kentucky to Gov
ernor McCrearv for the fannuintment
as a member of the State Racing Com-
uussjun iu auuctjeu iu ine position mane
vacant by the death of Major F. A.
Daingerfield, was Wednesday appoint
ed by the Chief Executive o'f the
i State.
Mr. Talbott went to Frankfort Wed
nesday morning where he received the
commisison in person from the Gov
ernor. Mr. Talbott haa been identified with
the breeding interests of the State for
the nast thirtv vnarH and ia heartilv in
'sympathy with any movement that
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