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' PBBlNflBMNHni WKtk DEATHS. 1 - Good Sale Saturday.
Full Line of Tires
and Accessories in Stock.
Are Here-Come In and Look Them Over.
Put Your Car In Our Garage
And Have It Protected From the Weather
and Accidents. . We Give You
" FREE Day Storage.
Indian Motorcycles and
' Modern Repair Shop. "
Cars Washed, Polished and Stored.
Yerkes & Prichard
I Cltbbiiig Bargain!
THE BOURBON NEWS
The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer
BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY
Subscriptions May be
What The Weekly Enquirer Is
It is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00
per year and is one of the best home metropolitan week
lies of to-day. It has all the facilities of the great
DAILY ENQUIRER for obtaining the world's events and
for that reason can give you all the leading news. It also
carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crisp
editorials and reliable up-to-date market reports. Its
numerous depariments make it a necessity to every home,
farm or business man.
This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take
advantage by subscribing for the above combination right
Call or mail all orders to
The Bourbon News, Paris, Ky.
This company accepts first mortgage loans on farms,
when duly approved as security for money loaned.
We are, therefore, always glad to hear from those
who own real property, and who require funds for build
ing or other purposes, or who are contemplating the pur
chase of new farms; and we are, as a rule, prepared to
advance such funds, if the property is of recognised value
and the desired loan relatively reasonable.
It is always requisite that there shall be a wide mar
gin between the market value of the property and the
amount of the loan for which the property is offered as
We aim to be as liberal as possible in all cases, how
ever; and those who seek loans of this character will do
well to consult with us. Write to the following address
giving full particulars.
t Uiion Trust & Savings
New or Renewal.
Co,, Maysville, Ky.
. .- . . SSWSBSr
Try a Bucket of Our Open
Kettle Rendered Lard. Guar
anteed to be the Best Lard
50-lb. Can $7.00
10-!b. Bucket.. 1 .50
The Best on Earth.
5c and 10c Store
For Thirty Days
And also Putting
same on Walls.
Must Have Room
for New Stock.
National 5c and 10c Store
Mr. Harvey Rodgers Harp died at
Georgetown Thursday morning at ten
o'clock after a lingering illness of six
weeks. He was 50 years of age qnd
for the past twenty-five years had been
a prominent stock trader of Scott
county. He was born in Bouibon
county near Cane Ridge. His parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ham, survived
fifty-four years of married life and
with a family of ten children had the
first death a few months ago when the
mother passed away. The deceased is
survived by his wife. Mrs. Willie
Anderson Harp, five sisters, Mesdames
Lane Butler, Lexington ; Charles
Thomas, Midway Kate Peddicord,
Paris; Payne McConnell, Athens, Kv. ;
John W. Hall, Georgetown ; four
brothers. Henry H., Robert, Joseph
and William, and his father, Henry
Harp, all of Scott county.
Funeral services will be conducted
at the residence this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock by the Rev. John G, Herget,
pastor ,of the Ninth street Baptist
church." Cincinnati, who married Mr.
and Mrs. Harp five years ago. The
Rev. B. A. Dawes will assist. He
will be buried in the Georgetown cem
Mr. Minor H. Hisle. one of the
most highly respected old citizens of
Clark county, died at his home at Indi
an Fields late Thursday afternoon fol
lowing a long illness, caused by an ab
cess of thebrain.
Mr. Hisle was born in Clark county
on December 21, 1835. His father,
Hamilton G. Hisle, a native of Cul
pepper county, Va., was born June 20,
1800, and was engaged in agricultural
pursuits during his life. When two
years of age he came to Kentucky
with his parents, who liyed for a time
in Bath and Estill counties, and finally
settled in Clark county at a point
known as Indian Fields, on a farm
owned by Minor H. Hisle, at the time
of his death.
He was married to MargarelG. Fos
ter, a native of Bourbon county, who
waB born near Thomas Station April
27, 1794, a daughter of William and
Sarah Foster, natives of Virginia.
The funeral services were held at
EI Bethel on Saturday morning at ten
o'clock, Rev. J. H. MacNeil and J. R.
Mrs. Anna Davidson, aged 79
years, died at the home of her son in
law, Mr. S. E. Borland, on Convent,
Heights, Sundav morning about three
o'clock after, a protracted illness, due
to a fall she received some time ago.
About six weeks ago Mrs. Davidson,
who had been quite feeble, and who
was suffering with a severe attack of
grip, fell in her room and fractured
her hip. She never recovered from
the eftects of this serious injury, ow
ing to her advanced age. At one time
since the accident it was thoughtshe
would recover from the injury but sev
eral days ago she began to decline rap
idly and everything known to medical
skill to prolong her life was to no
Mrs. Davidson was a devout member
of the Christian church and as long as
her physical condition would permit
she'was a regular attendant upon the
services. She possessed a lovable dis
position and was loved and admired by
all who knew her.
For the past fourteen years Mrs.
Davidson had been a resident of Paris,
making her home with Mr. Borland.
Her daughter, Mrs. Borland, died
about one year ago.
She was the mother ot twelve chil
dren, only two of whom survive. Mrs.
Louis Wood, of Covington, andMr.
Edward Davidson, of Mobile Ala.JThe
former has been with her mother since
the accident she suffered and her con
The remains were taken to Covington
yesterday for interment in the High
land cemetery at that place today, i
A message received in this city Sun
day night announced the death of Mrs.
Martha Burch, which occurred Sundav
afternoon about five o'clock at her
home in Newtown. Scott county.
Mrs. Burch had been in ill tealth for
some time. She was aged 81 years
and is survived by three daughters and
two sons. The deceased is an aunt of
Mrs. Ama.Ewalt, of this city.
18x24 12-oz double filled
Home phone 294.
-The following announcements have
been received by friends and relatives
in this city :
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Porter
announce.the marriage ot their daugh
Mr. Edward K. Mann
. Tuesday evening, January twenty
eighth nineteen hundred and thirteen
after March the first
441 West Second street.
is that of a real estate broker and
auctioneer and sell property in Fayette
and adjoining counties. .If you have
no favorite.I"would be glad to consult
with you either for the sale or pur
chase of 'property.
C. K. OLDHAM.
108 West Short street,
Ground Hog Saw His Shadow.
The sun was shining brightlv about
the time Mr. Groundhog was scheduled
to emerge from his-winter home, and
of course he couldn't help seeing his
shadow. According to the ancient be
lief we will have most any kind of
weather for the next six weeks, for
when he saw his shadow he returned
to his abode to sleep a while longer.
Ai a further evidence that the wild
inhabitant of the ground knows some
thing about the conditions that art to
come, real winter hroke over this sec
tion yesterday and !a heavy snowfall
throughout JBourbon county was re
Another excellent tobacco sale was
conductedSaturday at the plant of the
Bourbon Tobacco Warehouse Company
during which 174,395 pounds were
uucicu auu bujui xuia uiaaca a vutoi
of 2,900,000 pounds of the weed sold at. nerrv, aay ; w. i. L.00K. ganger.
Ihis market since the opening of the! Julius Ke3aler & Co., Peri's; J. P. t
warehouse and there is enough already 'Hutchcraft, day; J. A. Rowland, -
on hand to insure another good sale
next Tuesday. A few of the averages
realized at the Saturday sale are as
Plummer & McClure, S19 94 per
hundred pounds, Whales & Smart,
$17.14McClure& Craycraft, $15.68;
Clarke & Thomason, $15.68; Mrs. R.
C. Talbott and Johnson. $15.23; E. C.
Cleveland, $15.23; Hutchcraft &
Franklin, $13.73; Hutchcraft & Butler
Oliver Chilled Improved Plows.
We are'sole agents for the genuine
Oliver chilled improved plows; new,
4t J. S. WIISON & BRO.
Special in Rockers.
Solid oak imitation leather scat sew
ing rocker, SI. 25 up to $3.75
S tf A. F. WHEELER & CO.
Mr. Earl Swearengen, who since the
establishment of a mounted carrier
mail service in thisjeity, has been serv
ing in that capacity, has been pro
moted to a position in the local post
office and entered on hi3 new duties
Saturday. Mr. Swearengen has been
connected with the Ideal office since
the latter carrier service was inaugu
rated and isone-of the most valuable
men on the staff.
Shoes and Rubbers.
At bargain prices during our great
Clearance Sale. Misses storm rubbers
now 29 cents.
Mr. John J. Connell sold Thursday
to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burton, of
Paris,two one story frame rent cot
tages located in Williams Addition to
Paris., on Paton street. The price
paid was $710 cash. The property was
bought for an intestment.
Beautiful '9x12 Axminater rugs for
January Clearance sale $16.75. Wool
Fiber Rugs, 9x12, $8.50. These prices
go for the rest of this month.
tf A. F. WHEELER & CO.
Bourbon Farm Sold.
IlMrs. Newton Ammerman has sold
her farm near Jacksonville, m Bour
bon county, containing about 90 acres
o Mr. W.A. Penn, of Harrison county,
at a private figure. Possession will
be given March 1. In the deal Mrs.
Ammerman buys the residence of Mr.
Penn located on Church street in Cvn
thiana. Oliver Chilled Improved Plows.
We are sole acents fur the genuine
Oliver chilled improved plows; new,
4t J. S. WILSON & BRO.
Accepts Position in the City.
Mr. Wallace Clark, who has been
employed as overseer on the farm of
Mr. Thompson Tarr near this citv, has
resigned and accepted a position in the
office of Chas. S. Brent & Bro." Mr.
Claik entered on his new duties yes
terday. Hal! 0! Booe's Shortage Paid
The Title Guarantee and Security
Company, of Scrahton, Pennsylvania,
paid to the Sinking Fund Commission
$17,500 in settlement of the shortage
of Judge Charles Booe, the defaulting
The payment was about half of the
amount of the shortage, but us much
of the peculations of Judge Booe were
in small amounts
it was difficult to
Six Year Term Measure Passes
A Constitutonal amendment which
would restrict the President and Vice
President of the United States to a
single term of six years and would bar
Woodrow Wilson. Theodore Roosevelt
and William H. Taft from again seek
ing election, was approved by the
Senate by the narrow majority of one
After a three dav fight in which the
Progressives joined with many .Repub
licans mopDcsing the restricted Presi
dential term. thefcSenate adopted the
original Work's resolution by "a vote of
forty-seven to twenty-three.
BOURBON COUNTY fARM!
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 19135
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
We. the undersigned, will sell for
uie premises, meir iarm lvmcr
burg, Ky., on the east side of the Mavsville & Lexington Ita m ,;;.? v- JS
about 137 acres. " '"" ,J
This is a splendid farm; is well fenced; has never failing water, and lOfr
acres lngrass. J
The improvements consist of a handsome two-story brick residence witfc-
new roof and three cellars; tenant house; two servant houses; tobacco barn and v
warehouse with plank floor and good tobacco screw; stable, corn crib, carriasre'
house, chicken house, smoke house and splendid ice house. j
Any one in the market for a well located and nrndrmtivo farm v,..
tiful country home, on the best pike in the
r Convenient to a thriving nommpreinl trn&n
tages are of the best, siiould attend this sale, for this is an opportunity to se
cure a desirable and fertile farm and an ideal home, as the property must be
sold for a division of the estate. JRemember it is only one-half mile from Mil- '
Iersburg and seven miles Paris, and will be sold as a whole or divided to suit '
Positivesale, ram or shine.
TERMS Made known on day of sale.
GEO..D. SPEAKER, Auctioneer.
Collector of Internal Kerewwe.T, Ar
Fields Friday announced the reramM
assignments for Bourbon ccunty as fel
lows: . - -
F. P. Thomas. Kizerton: W. W
bottling: J. D. Shv and E. J. Martyn,
additional ; R. B. Woodford, IlmeeJ
room;rWilI Robinson, night; W. G.
Cook and C. L. Hough, gaugers.
G. G. White Co., Pans; J. M. Rus
sell day ; R. D. Grant additional ; W. J
Kenton additional and bottling; W. G.
Near Shakespeare Sunday mornings
about nine o'clock a cottage 'occupied
by C. C. Browning and family was de
stroyed by fire. The origin of the fire
is unknown. The bouseholdeffects Joff
Mr. Browning were rescued by neigh
bors. Fire, wind and lightning insur
ance. Thomas & Woodford
Big Shoe Sale Now On.
While they Jast ladies comfortable
Congress Slippers with rubber heels,
worth S1.25, now 79 cents
Household and Kifchei?
lwill sell at public auction at thes
residence on East Fourth street at ten
o'clock a. m., on
Wednesday, Feb. 5 ?I5
a lot of household and kitchen furni
ture. TERMS Cash.
MRS. CALLIE KELLER.
Business Block For Kent.
I havea nice building lot on South
Main street on which I will build a
business block to suit a tenant if suit
able party will take aiease for a num
ber of years.
3t D. S. HENRY.
Six room brick house on South Mam?
street at a bargain. AdpJv to
3t D. S. HENKY.
Stock, Crops & Implements
Having sold my farm, and intendingr
to locate in Ohio, I will selljat public
auction, at Maplehurst, on &&
Wednesday, February 19, 1913
beginning at 10 a. m., the following r
1 large 6-vear-old mare mule;
7-yr-old Mare pony, gentle, well
broken ; ?4ffBiiv
1 4-year-old Western gelding, good,
all-around horse as ever on a farm ; tf
1 3-year-old chestnut celdin hv T,n-
canda 2:02, dam by Earlmont 2:09;
53 Southdown ewes ; w -
20 yearling Southdown bucks ;
2 No. 1 Jersey milk cows ;
w J-uroc trood sows ;
10 young Duroc stock hogs ;
1 top buggy, rubber tired;
2 road wagons ;
1 2-horse wagon ;
1 Deering mower;
1 Deering lawn mower,
Bull lakes; sulky rakes; tedder;
1 Baldwin upright piano ;
Some otner household goods
A lot of poultry;
wiucj. aiucies too numerous to men-yS2
tion, including a lot of imDlements
such as are usually found on n op to
W. A. BACON.
Maplehurst "Stock Farm,
R. F. D. No. 4. Paris, Ky.
E. T. 'phone 152.
Geo. D. Speakes, Auctioneer.
the Chanslor heirs, on above
one-haf mii aonv. np
county, in an excellent neighborhood"
iwlmro nnAf,-l ..J ?i ,. 3fc
HARRIS & SPEAKES, as
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