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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KY., JANUARY 24, 1913
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Mrs. Minnie C. Hurst is improving
Mr. R. E. Letton lft Wednesday
for Atlanta, Ga.
Messrs. J. G. and B. Smedley con
tinue about the same.
Master Fred Hill, who is among the
sick is slightly improved.
Miss Elizabeth Ingels left Monday
for a visit to relatives in Lexington.
Mr. Albert Marcum left Thursday
for the Westinghouse Electric School
at Petersburg, Penn.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron McConnell at
tended the funeral 01 their uncle, Mr.
J. H. Cooper, at Flemingsburg, Thurs
day. Please bear in mind that all accounts
of 1912 are past due, and we earnestly
insist on you calling and settling for
Rev.. Dr. Wilkinson, of Louisville,
will deliver his famous lecture "The
Twentieth Century Man." in the chap
el of the M. F. C. Monday evening
January 27, at eight o'clock. 1 Dr.
Wilkinson comes under the auspices
of the Ladies Missionary Society ot
the Methodist church. Admission
There was abusy time in Millers
burg Police Court Monday and Tues
day when seven negroes were brought
'before Judge Wadde'l for crap shoot
ing and unlawful sale of whisky, bun
day afternoon in the home of Arthur
Johnson,' colored, while a game was in
progresstwo of the number got into
an altercation. Will Cross drew a
knite on John McKee, who succeeded
in escaping after he had struck Cross
with a rock, badly bruising one arm.
Mondav morning Cross was instrumen
tal in bringing others to justice, Chas.
Wilkerson, Frank Ross, William Wash
ington, Walter.Turner and fiMcKee all
pleading cuilty to crap shooting and
were fined 520 and costs. Fank Ross
was the onlv one reDlevined. On
Tuesday morning the liquor cases
were called. County Attorney Bat
tel ton. of Paris, was on hand and the
defendants were represented by At
tnrnpv P. A. Thomnson. of Paris.
Walter Turner pleaded guilty ' to tne
charge against him and was fined $100
and costs. The others stood trial.
Ham Turner was fined $60 and !costs
and replevied ; Chas. Taylor $10 and
posts. " Nn case was made out against
George Foggie. John McKee pleaded
guilty to the charge of striking and
wounding and was fined $50. ' All
with the exceDtion of Ham Turner
and Frank Ross were taken to the
Paris jail Monday afternoon to work
out their fines.
Please bear in mind that we cannot
live on promises. It takes money to
meet our obligations. Your account is
past due. Please call and settle at
once, as we need money to meet our
drafts. The banks will admit ot no
Cole will present "The West
ern Girl" at the cuera house in Mil-
Iersburg on Tuesday evening. January
28. The company carries with it a
brass band and full orchestra and will
give a street parade at noon Prices
25, 35 and 50 cents. There have been
but few attractions at the opera house
this season and the citizens fcould
take advantage of this opportunity to
witness a real good show.
Mr. and Mrs. James McNamara will
move to Paris today to reside.
Miss Willie McNamara has accepted
a position as night operator at the
Mesdames O. M. Johnson, R. M.
Johnson and A. S. Miller were guests
yesterday of Mrs. William Myall in
Millersburg Man Honored.
Judge M. T. Bryan, a brother ot
the late James W. Bryan, Lieutenant
Governor of Kentucky in 1890. was
indorsed for the short term for United
States Senator by the Democratic cau
cus at Nashville, Tenn., this week.
Mr. Bryan was reared on a faim in
Bourbon county, near Millersburg,
and he and his brother graduated in
law at Transylvania University. He
went 'to Nashville about forty years
ago and became one of the foremost
members of the bar in that city. He
served a term in the lower branch of
the Tennessee Legislature, in 1885 was
elected to the Senate, and in 1888 was
a delegate to the National Democratic
Formerly With J. L. Watson, Iyexington, Ky. v
Street and Evening Gowns, Blouse and Suits.
Mr. Brown, an Experienced tailor, will have charge of all tailored
Sweet clover seed for Winter sowing,
white and yellow varieties. Greatest
legume fertilizer, good , pasture and
hay. Prices and circular how to grow
JOHN A. SHEEHAN.
Falamouth, Ky.. R. '. D. No. 4.
Horse Trades Must be Honest.
An indictment for "obtaining monev
b y false pretenses" in a horse deal is
not defective because the word "get"
is used instead of "obtained" in the
indictment, and that it names the ani
mal sold a "horse" when it wa-3 a
"mare," declared the Court of Ap
peals this week in affirming the sen
tence of one to five years imposed on
Oni Hale by the Calloway Uircuit
Court for obtaining bv false pretenses
from Isaac Woodall $75 for a worthless
Don't Take Chances in
At Our Big Bargain Shoe Store, the Leading Shoe.j
Store of Paris.
That's the "basis" of our Success in Business, Value in
Style, in Quality, in Workmanship, in everything that
MAKES GOOD SHOES,
the things you pay your money for.
We are thoroughly sincere in our belief, and we have seen nothing to shake
it. Every basis of comparison proves our footwear infinitely superior to most
Shoes at the same pi ices. The one thing constantly in our mindjis the great bus
iness of the future. To build that business we are using every effort to satisfy
every personjthat ccmes to our stors.
Dependable Rubber Footwear
We retail Rubber Footwear at Wholesale JPrices--Buy
here and save the difference.
Mrs. Sue Massie. wife of Mr. Wil
liam Massie, died at her home in Car
lisle following a long illness. Mrs.
Massie was aged about sixty vears. She
had been ill for a long time with a
complication of diseases and since last;
August had been paralyzed. Mrs.
Massie was a sister of Mrs. Nettie
Gardner, of this city.
Mr. Edward Spraule, aged 41
years, died at his home in this city
Tuesday morning at six o'clock, fol
lowing an illness of Eeveraljjweeka.
Mr. Spraule had been in the employ
of the Louisville and Nashville for a
number of years and lor the past sev
eral months had been running on the
Mavsville branch of the road.
He is survived by his wife and
three children. Mr. Spraule was a
member of the Christian church at
Broadhead, Rockcastle county, where
the remains were taken for burial
Tusday afternoon. The 'funeral was
held at that place Wednesday. Mr.
C. M. Spraule, a brother of the de
ceased, arrived Tuesday to accompa
ny the remains to Broadhead.
--William Lawrence Wood, aged 24
year8, died Wednesday morning at six
o'clock at the hume of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wood, on
the Hume and Bedford pike. Mr.
Wood had been ill since last August,
and the cause of his death was pulmo
nary tuberculosis. He is survived by
his father, mother and three sisters,
Mrs. D. P. Hume, Mrs. William Penn
and Miss Ethel Wood.
The funeral was held at the family
residence Thursday afternoon at two
o'clock. The services were conducted
by Elder J, T. Sharrard. The burial
took place in the Paris cemetery.
The active pallbearers were Nutter
Wood, Chester Wood, William Penn,
Everett Wood, Alex Wood and D. P.
Hume, and the honorary pallbearers
were Dr. LoganGragg and Dr. F. M.
-Mrs. William hi. Pierce, aged 77
years, died at her home in Denton,
Texas. Tuesday, news of which was
received by relatives here Tuesday
evening. Ms. Pierce had been ill for
some time suffering from an attack of
A singular coincidence m connection
with her death is that it occurred on
the afternoon of the burial of her sis
ter, Mrs. Margaret Ferguson, in the
Lexington cemeterv and only a short
time after the relatives and friends
had gathered to pay their last respects
to the departed.
About two weeks ago Mr. S. H.
Clay, of Lexington, a nephew of Mrs.
Pierce, received a lettar stating his
auDt had beeiijVery ill with the fgrip
and it is supposed this was the direct
cause of her death.
She is survived bv four biothers, B.
F. Clav, of Homedale. Idaho, Rev. S.
G. Clay, Anderson, Mo.; Charles E.
Clay, Madison county, and Ii. C.
Clav. of Caldwell, Idaho. Mr3. James
Thompson, Mrs. V. W. b'erguson, Mrs.
J. M. Hall and Mrs. W. C. Ussery, of
Pari3, are nieces of the deceased.
Paris - Grand !
MERLE H. NORTON
Henry Miller's Savoy Theatre New York Success
. In The
By Charges Ratio Kennedy
1 Year in New York 1 Year In London
3 Months in Chicago
Mr. Victor E. Lambert
And A Clever Cast' of Players
"The Most Remarkable Play in The English language."
"The Most Beautiful Play of All Ages." Chicago Daily News.
Never Before at These Prices
Seats on Sale at Mitchell & BlakemoreTs.
Mail Orders should be accompanied by Money Orders made out to
R. E. Shea & Co.
f OMlSi t jg.lt Mil f
Bom, at Lexington Mondsy to Mr.
and Mrs. Lynn Lail, a daughter. Mrs.
Lail was formerly Mi?s Mary Ammtr
man, of Cynthiana. Mr. Lail is a
nephew of Mr. S. M. Wilmoth.
Ho. 1 Company.
WM. A, BRADY Ltd. Presents
the Funniest Play in the English Language. -
J2CIDM II f
Rev. W. E. Ellis will be in his
pulpit Sunday morning and evening at
the usual hours. His 'subject for the
evening discourse will be "Memory in
rRev. E. M. Lightfoot will -fill his
pulpit at Jthe Baptise church Sunday
morning and evening at the usual
hours. The subject ;for the morning
service will.be "The Ship that Passes
in the Nieht." and at'night "Disown
ed But Highly Honored.''
Amonc the suits! to be contested at
the present term of the 'Nicholas
County Circuit Court, now in session
at Carlisle, will be that to break the
will of Mrs. Sue M. Talbott, deceased.
Mrs. Talbott devised her property to
the Carlisle Christian church, the
Millersburg Christian church, the
Christian church Orphans Home in
Louisville and the Annuity Fund of
the Christian church. The sum of 100
was left to each of the churches and
the residue of her estate was be
queathed to the latter fund. Mr.
Arthur O. Talbott, of Carlisle, and
others are the plaintiffs in the case. ;
By Margaret Mayo
In his original character of "Jimmy" as played by
him in New York City over 450 times.
WILL HAND YOU A GROSS OF GIGGLES
Church Interested in Sail. PnC6S, 25C tO $1.50
Seats on Sale at
Mitchell & Blakemore's Store.
FOR POLICE GHIEF.
We are authorized to announce J. C.
Elgin, Sr., as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Chief ;of
Police of the city of Paris, subject to
the Democratic prirmry, August 2d
We are authorized to announce W. F.
Link as a candidate for Democratic
nomination for Chief of Police of the
city of Paris, subject to the Demo
cratic primary August 2.
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
We are authorized to announce J.
Walter Payne as a candidate for the
nomination for the office of Couhty
Clerk of Bourbon county, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary
August 2, 1913.
We are authorized to announce Mr.
Pearce Paton as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Clerk of
Eourbon county, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary August 2,
FOR POLICE JUDGE.
We are authorized to announce Thos.
J. Holliday as a candidate for the nom
ination for the office of Police. Judge
of the city ot Paris, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primary, Aug
ust 2, 1913.
Whisky to be Assessed.
The Board of Valuation and Assess
ment will meet in Frankfort January
22 when a committee from the Ken
tuckv Distillprs' and Liquor Dealers7
Ashociatiun will be heard regarding the
tentative increase of S12 a barrel on
the valuation of whisky. The board
will finally assess the whisky Febru
Kentucky Traction and
Winter Schedule Interurban Bi
visions, in Effect Oct. 1, 1912
When you want a reliable medicine
for cough or cold take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It can always be de
pended upon and is Dleasant and safe
to take. For sale by all dealers.
All cars run week days and Sundays
except those marked with an ex (x),
which run only on week days.
x6.00 a m
7.20 a m
x8.00 a m
8.50 a m
10.20 a m
11.50 a m
120 p m
2.50 p m
3.30 p m
4.20 p m
5.00 p m
6.00 p m
7.20 p m
9.10 p m
11.00 pm ,
6.45 a m
7.30 a m
8.15 a m
9.00 a m
9.45 a m
11.15 a m
12.45 p m
2.15 p m
3.45 p m
5.15 p m
6.00 p m
6.45 p m
10.45 p m "
x7.30 a m
x9.00 a m
6.00 p m
5c and 10c Store
For Thirty Days
And also Putting
same on Walls.
Must Have Room.
. for New Stock.
National 5g andlOo Store