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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
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PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1913
OVERLAND!
1913
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Distributor for Bourbon County
Eighth and fvlain Streets, Paris, Kentucky
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Granulated Sugar h' P VWF
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2 Cans of Standard Corn 15c w
1 doz. Cans Standard Corn . . 75c ?IJ
Sweet Potatoes, per can 1 Oc $
Hunt's Supreme Quality can Peaches 25c' (
Hunt's Supreme Quality can Pears 20c iji
Hunt's Supreme Quality can White Cherries 35 c l.
Hunt's Supreme Quality can Red Pitted Cherries. . .25c W
Pure Apple Jelly, 10c and 15c glass S 1 -3c w
Sun-Dried Apples, per lb 7c
Fancy Evaporated Peaches, per lb 1! Oc fjfc
Pink Salmon, per can ' 1 Oc Cfi
Matches, 3 boxes "i Oc ?K
Fancy Northern Potatoes,. per pk 20c Jk
25-lb. Blue Ribbon Flour SOc W
50-lb.sBlue Ribbon Flour $1.60 Sf
100-lbs. Blue Ribbon Flour $3.1 5 tyi
Fancy Codfish and Smoked Herring
Fresh Fish Every Wednesday and Friday $f
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$20 Suits and Overcoats
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Negro Women in Police Court.
Upon a charge of vagrancy twenty
one colored women, arrested Friday'
were arraigned in Police Court Satur
day morning at ten, o'clock, their trials
being set for Monday morning, bufc'cw
ing to the absence of witnesses the
cases were continued until this morn
ing at ten o'clock.
The arrest of Lhe women was the re
sult of the number of complaints com
ing to the ears of the police of the in
ability to secure cooks or household
help, but accordingj to the statement
of the court thejjieaning ud of the city
of idlers will 'not be confined to the
colored women butwith men of both
colors.
The warrants were sworn out before
Judge January by Patrolman Fred Link
who ordered the alleged vagrants to
Police Court and twenty-one put in
their appearance. -They were Ssilie
Custer, Nora Custer. Lottie Lantern,
Mary Belle Strauder, Docia Jackson,
Nannie Ross, Jane Henderson, Beat
rice Morgan, Lou Jones, Lena Smith,
Anna Fields, Harriet Veach, Edna
Webster, Ada Wells, Maggie Thomas,
Annie Tnnmpson and Anna Mav Wells.
Georgia Anne Hardin and Moilie
Lee, two of the women, who gave
their place of reeidence as Carlisle,
pleaded with, the court for leniency
and after giving their promise to leave
immediately the warrants against
them were dismissed. Edna Webster
was also dismissed and Anna Fields,
producing a medical certificate to the
effect that she was not physically able
to work, was also among the number
dismissed.
Because of their failure to appear in
court Judge January issued attach
ments lor Pinkie Green and Carrie
Wheeler. The latter had gone to
Winchester, and when she put in her
appparance yesterday morning she was
sent to jail for four hours for con
tempt. The cases will come up for
trial this morning at 10 o'clock. Each
of the accused have had a number of
witnesses summoned.
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Great Reductions
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Come Early and Take Advantage
of Reduced Prices.
Purchases Cadillac Car.
Mr. James IL Thompson closed a
deal last week for the purchase of a
six-passenger Cadillac touring car,
which will be deliveied to him in the
early spring.
Negro's Body Found in Lot.
Lying on his back in the lot in the
rear of the building occupied by Chas.
S, Brent & Bro., opposite the Louisville
and Nashvi'Je passenger depot, his
features dis'torted, showing evidence of
great agony suffered when seized by
death, the body of Tom Tucker, col
ored, was found early jesterday morn
ing. The discovery of the dead negro was
made by a Mr. Myers, who, in the em
ploy of the Paris Gas & Electric Co.,
at the electric plant only a short dis
tance away, goes on duty early in the
morning, .The matter was reported to
Coioner Rudolph Davis, who took
charge of the remains and had them
removed to the undertaking establish
ment of G. W.xDaVis, where they will
remain for a few days.,
Tucker was last seen at a late hour
Saturday night by several men at the
Winchester htreet railroad crossing,
and it is presumed he was seeking a
place of shelter for the night. Some
distance from where his body was
found his hat was picked up from
where it had fallen and from ihe con
dition of the ground around the build
ing it is apparent the negro had great
difficulty in walking.
It is the opinion that he died from
an attack of heart trouble. The body
bore no marks of any description 'that
would leave the opinion that there had
been foul plav. Tucker came here
from Lavvrenceburg, andjhad been em
ployed as porter in several places
around town. He is said to have rela
tives in Lexington and the authorities
are making an effort to locate them.
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Announce
Bourbon Fugitive Captured in
Kansas,
Application for admission to the
United States armv at Fort Leaven
worth, Kansas, resulted in the capture
of Cash Crow, a fugitive from justice
wanted in Bourbon county, according
to information received by the police"
department of this city. He is being
held by the authorities there awaiting
the arrival of an officer from this citv
who will return with him in a few
days.
Crow, who was held in the Paris jail
awaiting trial, escaped on October 28,
1912, by prying a large stone from his
cell and by making a rope tromed
clothing succeedpd in letting himself
down from the jail wall. The rope
broke and he fell to the ground, sus
t&ininc severe injuries, but he eluded
the officers making good his escape.
It was ascertained he made his way
to Lewis county, where he had rela
tives, and where he remained until he
recovered from his injuries. When
this fact came to the local officials,an
effort was made to locate him but he
had disapDeared.
Jailer Joe Farris sent a number of
circulars out giving a desription of the
man and it was through this that
Crow's capture was effected. The
Fort Leavenworth authorities sent a
picture of Crow, together with his
description, which is in the hands of
the local officials.
Chief of Police J. C. Elcin went to
! FrankfortFriday. where he obtained
requisition napers from Gov. McCreary
for the return of Crow. A rewa'd of
$25 offered by Jailer Joe Farris for his
apprehensionwill be paid tothe arres
ting officer.
Patrolman James Moreland, armed
with the requisition, left Paris Sunday
morning for Fort Leavenwnvfh. where
he wili take charge of the Drisoner and
1 return with him to Paris. He will ar
rive home about Thursdaynight.
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