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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVFRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
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VOLUME XXXI
PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1913
OVERLAND!
1913
COMPLETELY EQUIPPE
$9S5.00
:Self Starter Central Control Renvy Magneto Clear Vision Wind
30Horsepover 110-in. Wheel Base Warner Speedeomter Shield
5-Passinger 'J'c ar- Timkcn Bearings Mohair Top and Boot All Bright Parts
ing Cr Prebtolite Tank Tires 32x3 yz O. D. Nickel Plated
DEMONSTRATIONS SOLICITED
M. Jo LAVIN
Distributor For Bourbon County
Hghth and fVlain Streets, Paris, Kentucky
Our Store Is Always Crowded,
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(With a $3.00 Purchase)
2 Cans of Standard Corn 15c
1 doz. Cans Standard Corn 75c
Sweet Potatoes, per ean -.- 1 Oc
Hunt's Supreme Quality can Peaches 25c
Hunt's Supreme Quality can Pears 20c
Hunt's Supreme Quality can White Cherries .25c
Hunt's Supreme Quality can Red Pitied Cherries. . .25c
Pure Apple Jelly, 10c and 15c glass 8 1 -3 c
Sun-Dried Apples, per lb 7 c
Fancy Evaporated Peaches, per lb 1 Oc
Pink Salmon, per can H Oc
Matches, 3 boxes 1 Oc
Fancy Northern Potatoes, per pk 20c
25-lb. Blue Ribbon Flour 80c
50-lb. Blue Ribbon Flour $ 1 .60
100-lbs. Blue Ribbon Flour $3. 1 5
fancy Codfish and Smoked Herring
Fresh Fish Every Wednesday and Friday
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Special. One lot $1.oo Underwear, 75c.
P .Special. $2.00 and $3.00 Hats, choice for
3.UU. OkX, snow WIIIUOW.
Special. One lot of Young Men's Suits, black,
sold from $6.00 to $1 6.50, choice
? $3.75. Sizes 30 to 35.
is& . Snorlaf Ono. Int Knoo Panhr Suite $1.50.
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Plans Launched for New Hotel.
I'f the dans nowjjon foot materialize
Paris wiJl soon have a modern hotei,
equipped after the fashion of those of
the larger cities, an ornament to the
business section of the city and will
fill a long felt want.
Promoters at the head of the project
are pushing matters with all haste and
it is hoped to have the tentative plans
completed in the next thirty days and
Naefore the expiration of an option on
two pieces of Mam street property,
which it is said will be used asa site
for the new building.
At the nead of the movement are
Messrs. Leer tout and Logan How-
ain, two prominent business men of
this city, and the proposition, which
was launched Wednesday, is said to
meet with the hearty endorsement of
the most substantial business men of
the'town, who have pledged their sup
port and will subscribe stock to the
enterprise.
Messrs. Stout and Howard Tuesday
secured an option on the property of
Mr. John Sauer, at the corner of Main
and Seventh streets, which he recently
puichased with the intention of erect
ing a building; the lower floors to be
used for business connerns and the
upper poition of the building to bp di
vided into flats. .They have also an
option on the adjoining property of
Mrs. Thomas Roche, which, together
wilh that belonging to Mr. Sauer,
gives a frontage on Main street of
about 67 feet and extends back a dis
tance cf 109 feet.
The oution price on the property is
said to have been paid in cash by those
who have taken the matter in hand
and they have thirty days to exercise
their privilege of purchase.
I is the plans of the promoters to
organize a company capitalized at
$100,000 to Durchase the site and erect
the hotel building, the latter to repre
sent an outlay of about S75.000." If
the plans materialize a building four
or five Etories high containing from
seventy-five to one -hundred rooms,
equipped with every modern conven
ience. The lower floor space on Main
street will be divided between the
hotel office and a store room. The lat
ter, it is said, will be o cupied by Mr.
Howard, with a grocery and meat mar
ket and will be run in connection with
the 'business of the notel company.
Mr. Stout, who will be one of the large
stockholders in tha concern, and who
has so successfully conducted a res
taurant business for a number of years
will have charge of the hotel.
An active canvas is being made by
the promoters in their endeavors to
interest the business men of the city
and county in the proieci and from all
accounts they are meeting with a suc
cess far" beyond J:heir expectations.
If those whohave been aDDroached
on the subject have signified their wil
lingness to subscribe stock to the en
terprise and on the fiist day the move'
ment was announced a total of about
515,000 was secured.
High Prices for HemD.
A dispatch from Danville says:
"Hudson. and Davis have purchased
eight hundred, thousand pounds of
hemp of Jbioyle county farmers at
S6.50 per hundred, and four hundred
thousand pounds in iSourbon county at
the same price. The heniD acieage has
become very small, having been
almost entirely supplanted bv the to
bacco crop and prices are high."
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Solid oak imitation leather seat sew
ing rocker, SI.25 up to $3.75
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Sheep Claims Allowed by Fiscal
Courf.
At the regular monthly meeting of
the Bourbon Ficsal Court yesterday
claims lor sheep killed by degs during
the year of 1912, amounting in the
aggregate to the sum of 53.740.50
were allowed and referred to the Au
ditor of Public Accounts at Frankfort
for payment. The amount greatly ex
ceeds that of any orevious year, arid
the sum will be paid from the dog tax
fund. CountyJClerk Patnn will refer
the order of the court to the State
Auditor immediately and due notice
will be given the claimants when the
money is turned over to him for dis
tribution. Judge Denis Dundon presided at the
meeting yestcday with Magistrates
L. J. Fretwell. E. P., Thomason, R.
H. BurriB, J. J. Redmon, O. B. 'Lloyd,
B. F. Stipp, J. N. Shropshire and G.
K., Redmon present. Little business
of any importance was before the
body.
The report of Road Supervisor C. F.
Redmon was read and ordered made
of record. The Bum of $3,500 was ap
propriated for his use in repairing the
turnpikes of the county for the month
of February. An order was entered
tor the purchase of a large quantity of
corrugated culvert from the Kentucky
Culvert Manufacturing Company, "the
amount to be invested being $1,800.
Dr. H. C. Pope was elected county
physician to fill the position made va
cant by the resignation of Dr. G. L.
Rankin who removed from Shawhan to
this city, I he appointment of J. J.
Redmon and L. J. Fretwell as a com
mittee to investigate the cost of a
heavy road grader was made bv Judge
Dundon.
. County Treasurer Silas Bedford was
ordered to borrow the sura of $5,000
from the Garth Fund, payable Decem
ber 1, 1913, and beating 6 per cent in
terest. An order was entered in
structing Judge Dundon, County -Attorney
Batterton and Squire Fretwell
to invest the jjmoney on hand ibelong
ing to the Hamilton and Garth Funds.
Jailer Joe Fairis made his report
for the paEt three months which
showed an overdraft of sixteen cents.
After ordering the purchase of a book
typewriter .for use "in the office f of
tlie clerk and'allnwinc claims to the
amount of $1,211. 05 :-court adjourned.
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The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
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House Dresses Made in Percales and Ginghams
PRICES, $1.00, $1.50 up to $2.50each.
They Fit and Are yell Made inTSanitary
Work Shops.
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