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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVFRY TUESDAY AND FBIDAY IN THE YEAR-
PARIS, KENTUCKY, ERIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913
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OverLand. Model &T
Self Starter Central Control
30 Horsepover 110-in. Wheel Base
o-Passinger Tear- Timken Bearings
ins: Car Prestolite Tank
Reuir Magneto Clear Vision Wind
Warner Speedeoniter Shield
JMohair Tdp and Boot All Bright Parts
Tires 32x3 Q. D. Nickel Plated
M. J. LAViN
Distributor for Bourbon County
Eighth and IVfain Streets, Paris, Kentucky
Our Store Is Always Crowded. g
Because We Have the Quality of Gro- ?fy
ceries and the Prices ill)
20 Sbs. the Besi: f iff
Granulated Sugar -4 vVF ify
(With a $3.00 Purchase) ty
2 Cans of Standard Corn 15c y'(
Idoz. Cans Standard Corn 75c
Sweet Potatoes, per can 1 Oc fjj$
Hunt's Supreme Quality can Peaches 25 c jjjfo
Hunt's Supreme Quality can Pears 20c A
Hunt's Supreme Quality can White Cherries 25c JK
Hunt's Supreme Quality can Red Pitted Cherries. . .25c Jrc
Pure Apple Jelly, 10c and 15c glass S 1 -3 c y(
Sun-Dried Apples, per lb . . . 7c f
Fancy Evaporated Peaches, per lb 1 Oc
Pink Salmon, per can 1 Oc ffii
Matches, 3 boxes 1 Oc &
Fancy Northern Potatoes, per pk 20c Mf
25-lb. Blue Ribbon Flour SOc W
50-lb. Blue Ribbon Flour $1.60 !
100-lbs. Blue Ribbon Flour $3.15 i$)
fancy Codfish and Smoked Herring
Fresh Fish Every Wednesday and Friday i
T. C. LE
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Suits and Overcoats
These Suits and Overcoats Are All This
$2,42.50, $3 Hats, Your Choice $1
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Negro Suspect Held in Paris Jail
May Be Murderer.
Upon the suspicion of being an ac
complice in the muider of a C. & 0.
railroad brakeman at Fink, Vu., on
October 19, 1912. a negro giving his
name as Joe Bennett but who is be
lieved to be Charley Lawrence, alias
"Gee'ch." is being held at the Paris
jail awaiting identification.
The arrest of the negro was made
Tuesday morning by Patrolman Fred
Link, of the Paris Police force, who
sained information as to the wherea
bouts of the negro. He was taken into
custody at the Simms construction
camp near Poindexter, where he was
i working on the L. & N. double track,
and was brought to Pans luesday
The negro, it is beieved, is cmnected
with the" murder of Fred Kelley, a
! railroad brakeman at Fink, Va., last
October. He is said to have been in
company with Charles Greenlea, when
the crime was committed. The men
escaped after the killing and' have
since bpen at large.
According ro a statement of Ben
nett he was in company with Greenlea
last Friday night, when the latter vis
ited the railroad camp, and that he
went in the direction of Cincinnati.
He stoutly protests his innocence of
any connection with the crime for
which he is being held on suspicion
and declares he was never in Virginia.
The marks of identification compare
very favorably with the description
sent out by the authorities at Blue
fields, W. Va. He is about five feet
ten inches tall, weighs 175 pounos,
black skin, and has a scar on the left
side of his face, about one and a half
inches long. He also has a very dis
tinct scar on his neck.
Immediately after the arrest of the
negrothe authorities at Bluefield were
notified and Patrolman Link was in
structed to hold the man until he
could'be identified. A telephone mes
sage received from Mr. Copenhaven,
superintendent of the C. & O. rail
road yesterday morning was to the
effect that the description compared
very favorably with that of the negro
wanted and instructed that he be held
pending an investigation and a deter
mined effort to identify the man, who
he says is very ilkely to be the ne
wanted for the crime.
A letter received from the Baldwin-Felt
Detective Agency at Blue
flelds. W. Va., yesterday by Patrol
man Link, was to the effect that the
description given of the negro left the
impression that he was the man want
ed, and stated that a member of the
agency would be in Paris in a few
days to identify him.
Daughters and Guards to Meet.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet at their rooms in the court
house Saturdav afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. The Hamilton Guards will
meet with them at the same hou;. " A
f ul 1 attendance is requested.
Turley Deed Upheld By Court.
In the Carlisle Circuit Court Wed
nesday the suit of Mrs. Eliazbeth Col
lier and other hpirs of the late John T
Turley, a wealthy farmer of Nicholas,
who died some time ago, to set aside
the deed conveying to John Turley
Dundon and James Dundon, one of the
best farms in Nicholas county, was de
cided by Judge Fryer, who upheld the
deed. The case will probably go to
the Court of Appeals. The Dundon
children who arethe berfeficinries are
the sons uf Mrs. Elizabeth Dundon, of
Put New Hembbreak in 0pera
Mr. Frank O'Neal, of this city, in
ventor of the new hempbreaking ma
chine which bids fair to stimulate trie
hemp growing industry in Kentucky,
which for the past several years has
been on a decline, owing to the inabil
ity of the producers to secure labor in
breaking out the fibre, is in Woodford
county where he is superintending the
operation of one of the machines.
The hemp breaker, which was first
tested about seven years ago has un
dergone many improvements until last
year he returned from 'Philadelphia,
with one of his latest modela. It' was
placed in operation on the Camden
farm, in Woodford county, and g.the
work was very satisfactory.
Reports from Mr. O'Neal are to
the effect that the machine is work
ing with remarkable success, and he
is turning out as much hemp in one
day as it was possible lor twenty
men to break by hand.
"WE KNOW HOW"
And All Winter Goods
Come Early and Take Advantage
of Reduced Prices.
cSW Our footwear
Mitchell & Blakemore,
Outfitters to Men
Paris, Kentucky .
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The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
Now Ready For Your Inspection a Most
Complete Stock of
Will Furnish Room in Hospital.
To perpetuate the name of her fa
ther, who for a number of years,
was a prominent citizen of Paris and
assist "in equipping Jthe W. W. JVlas
sie Memorial "Hosrital, Mrs. F. J.
Cheek, oE Danville, will furnish a
room in the institution, in the name
of her deceased parent, Mr. James
This decision was reached several
days ago and Mrs. Cheek, in company
with Dr. Cheek, formerly pastor of
the Presbyterian church of this pity,
came to Paris yesterday to confer
with the hospital committee in regard
to furnishing one of the rooms.
Mrs. Cheek, who was formerly Miss
Lizzie Ingels, of this city, during her
residence in Paris, and since the move
ment was started several years ago
for the founding of a hospital, has
aisplayed a keen interest in the work
of the local hospital league, and since
the institution was endowed by the
late Mrs. Anna Massie. has looked for
ward eagerly to its rapid completion.
After.conf erring with -the committee
it was decided by Mrs. Cheek to fur
nisblthe room and yesterday a contract
I was closed with Mr. J T. Hinton to
j supply and install the.necessary equipment.
White and Colored Laces,
And a Large Variety of Novelty Wash Fabrics.
Be Sure and See the Electric Line of Ladies'
House Dresses rvlade in Percales and Ginghams,
PRICES, $1.00, $1.50 up to $2.50leach.
They Fit and Are Well Made in'Sanitary
FRANK & C..
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