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THE: BOURBON NEWS.V PARIS, KENTLTCRY, MAY 5,' 1914
HAS THE BEST
OF ALL LINES MADE:
AH kinds of Aufeo
liay ROXIEf DAVIS.
TRY OUR UNION SUIT SERVICE.
A size to fit every shape, with long
, t i -i-i ,t . .Pits
ci snort sieeve, amue or raiee lengtn
t-av-iers, all with the closed crotch
G J. W. DAVIS & CO.
:UNDAY SCHOOL ORGANIZED
.AT FORD'S MIl-L SCHOOL
A. Sunday school was organized at
rd's Mill school house Sunday aft
oon by the Methodists of this city,
tIi an enrollment of twenty-five.
We pay highest' market price for
ol. Get your sacks from us. Both
t5-Ct) CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO.
PISS WARD ASSUMES CHARGE
OF" THEATRE IN M AYSVILLE
Miss AnnaBelle Ward, who on sev
..1 occasions sang at the Alamo The
re in this city, and who lately has
n playing the piano at the Grand
( item House, left yesterday morning
,r Maysvihe, where she assumed
jarge of the Pastime moving picture
PHOENIX SILK HOSIERY
In eight colors and black, 50c.
at) J. W. DAVIS & CO.
We sell the beautiful and service
vhle "No Whip" Porch Shades. They
will please you.
(5-tf) A. F. WHEELER CO.
DEAVER UNION SCHOOL TO
GIVE ICE CREAM SUPPER
The Deaver Union Sunday School
will givetaa ice ream supper at the
Deaver school house, Saturday night,
May 9. The charges will l)e 15 cents
a plate or two plates for 25 cents.
Come and help us to get out of debt.
DAVIS' $20 BLUE SERGE
A guaranteed fast color well-tailorr
ed suit in 3 different styles. You
ought to have a blue serge. Try this
(It) J. W. DAVIS & CO.
SURGLAR ENTERS SOUTH
MAIN STREET GROCERY
At an ear$y hour Monday morning a
burglar entered th0 grocery store of
Mr. James Batterton, on South Main
street. They secured a large quanti
ty of ice-cream in the rear of the gro
cery, but nothing else of value could
5C missed. An entrance was effected
y breaking one of the front windows
In the lower part of the building.
A BOY'S CLUE SERGE
In the latest Norfolk style, fast col
or in all sizes. $7.50.
(It) J. W. DAVIS & CO.
We re receiving nice ones every
(It) . C. P. COOK & CO.
EASTERN STAR Tp HOLD
SOCIAL TUESDAY, MAY 12
On Tuesday evening, May 12, at
7:30 o'clock, in Masonic Hall, Paris
Chapter No. 167, O. E. S., will hold a
social. This meeting is held especi
ally to boost the Chapter. Every
member is requested to invite one
guest who is eligible to membership
in the order, and to repor to the sec
retary, Mrs. Evelyn Suck, by Tuesday,
Mav 5, the name of your guest and
whether or not he or she accepts
If you will use Laughlin's Hog Chol
era Remedy you will have healthy,
stock. We sell it.
t) VARDEN & SON-
VALUABLE SOW KILLED
Dr William Kenney lost a valuable
sow Saturday by being struck fcy an
interurban car. Thes ow was valued
We sell the beautiful and service
able "No Whip" Porch Shades. They
will please you., .w.r t-.o rn
(5-tf) A. F. WHEELER CO.
BIG TRANSACTION IN
BOURBON FARM LANDS
One of the biggest transactions in
farm land consummated this spring
in Bourbon county, was closed last
week when a deed was lodged for rec
ord transferring 296 acres of land be
longing to Mr. George Clay and h
sister, Miss Letitia Clay, tc Mr. b.
Brooks Clay, of Bourbon The price
paid was not made PuWicJmtw said
to have been between 530 000 and ?35
000. The farm is located on the Par
is & Winchester pike, adjoining the
land of Messrs. Harry and Frank Ctay
and is in a high state of cultivation.
ATTEND THELOT sTREET
Attend the au"ctio7sate to be .held
.uay . at .u . .-- aboye1
Main street, lots,- "11"":"mhp ,
corner lot, will oe
are easy. w .,, . rfliable"
2ndH:he aie anu 6o. --
SOCIAL A N 0 PERSONAL.
Mr. and Mrs. Swift Champ were
visitors in Danville Sunday.
Mr. H. V. Thompson, of Winches-
v. t r u . v, ';clua
m Mrs. J. L. Horton has returned
lrom a visit with relatives m Mays-1
Mr. C. C. Leer is visiting his sis-
ter, Mrs. Elizabeth Alberti, in Fayette
Iiss Wavey Newcomb, of Lebanon,
npr fnr n vicif in hor oictor "X-ra
H. H. Floyd.
; . , iV w " w, a.
Mr. and Mrs. Rice Walker, of
Lexington, were visitors in this city r
Mr. and Mrs. William Kerrick
have gone to Mt- Vernon, Ky., to 'visit
Mr. Kerrick's mother.
Mrs. William I. Goodman, of Lex
ington, will be the guest of Miss Caro
lyn Roseberry this week.
Mrs. Withers Davis has returned
from a .visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Jouett, in Louisville.
Mrs. W. G. McClintock and Miss
Vallette McClintock .were visitors hi
Cincinnati, Thursday and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Bell went
to Nicholasville Sunday to attend the
funeral of a relative of Mr. Bell.
.untie iiame Frame, daughter ot
Mr - ana Mrs- K- - Frank, who has
Deen .quite ill tor several days is im
proving. Miss Ella Wash, a student at the
Bourbon College, spent from Saturday
to Monday as the guest of Miss Elise
Miss Matilda James, of Margare'
College, Versailles, was tne guest of
her mother, Mrs. Mollie James, from
Saturday to Monday.
Misses Fisher and Eula Green re
turned to. their home in Lexington
after a vjsit to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Boardman, near Lille Rock.
Mr. Henry Caywood, who has
ibeen confined to his home in North
Middletown, suffering with a broken
leg, was able to be in town yesterday.
Mr. nd Mrs. Robert M. Hopkins,
and son, Robert M.t Jr., of Cincinnati,
are visitng at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Helm Clay, on Eighth
Dr. Martha Petree returned last
Saturday from Chicago, where she
has taken a special course in the
School of Osteopathy, and will be in
her office Monday.
Mr. Homer Kiser and Mr. John
Kiser, of this city, were in Louisville
Saturday to be with the wife of the
latter, who underwent an operation
i at the St. Joseph Hospital, in that city
Mrs. Belle Alexander and Mrs.
Charlton Alexander returned Thurs
day evening from Covington, where
they attneded the Woodall-Laffoon
wedding, a brilliant event of Wednes
:Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Biddle united
with the Christian church Sunday
morning by letter from the Central
Church, in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs.
Biddle reside on Mt. Airy avenue in
Mrs. Bruce Adair's house.
J. G. Blount, of Paris, was in Lex
ington Friday to see his brothers, J.
S. and Sam Blount. Mr. Blount is
just out of the Paris hospital.from
treatment for a badly mashed hand,
I occasioned by a heavy timber falling
i on the member.
The Mavsville Bulletin says: "Mr.
Edward Gorey and Mrs. Anna Kelley, .
of Paris, Mrs. A. C. Collins, of Coving
ton, and Mrs. Baltz Yago, her daugh
ter, Miss Rosa, and two sons ,of New
port, were here to atend the funeral
of Mrs. Mark Donovon."
Miss Bessie Miller, a- teacher in j
thp nnhlip. schools of Ashland, has
been attending the meeting of the
Kentucky Educational Society, held in
Louisville last week, and was the
guest Saturday and Sunday of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Miller. She
retlurned to Ashland last night.
The Lexington Herald of Friday
said: "Mr. H. C. Shipp gave a de
lightful dinner at the Phoenix Hotel
Thursday evening in honor of the
birthdav of his attractive young
daughter, IVIiss Marian Russell Shipp. i
The guests included Misses iviary
Moore Leach, Katherine Walker, Mir
iam Applegate, Frances McClure,
Aiorr iHnnm TnVhott. of Pris. Fol
lowing the dinner the party had a box (
at the Ben Ali."
The regular meeting of the C. W.
B. M. was held Friday afternoon in
the parlor of the Christian church
with Mrs. R. B. Hutchcraft, first vice
piesident, presiding tn the absence of
the president, Mrs. Walter Payne.
After the devotional exercises and
preliminary business, the chairman
announced the annual district conven
tion of the C. W. B. M. and Bible
schools to be held in this city May 19
and 20. Committees were appointed
to look after the comfort of the dele
gates and visitors. The program,
which has been arranged by Miss An
nie May, district president, was read,
and the announcement that H. J.
Derthick, who is the "living link" of
the Paris auxiliary, will deliver an ad
dress, was received with interest and
It was also announced that Mrs. El
lie K. Payne, of Indianapolis, interna
tional secretary of Young People's
Work, will give an address at the
Christian church next Friday evening
at 7:30 o'clock, to which a cordial in
vitation was extended to all.
Mrs. Walter Payne, who has been
president of the local auxiliary since
last October, tendered her resignation
on account of ill-health. The 'same
was regretfully accepted and Mrs.R.
U Hutchcraft was elected 10 serve out
the unexpired term of office. Mrs
Ray Clendenin, treasurer, reported
that the Easter offering amounted uo
"Our New Work in China" was the
subject of the literary program, and
numbers bearing on the topic were
presented by Mrs. F P. Lowry, Mrs.
M. G. Thomson and Mrs. Bishon Hib
TIME CHANGED ON THE F. &
- C PASSENGER TRAIN
p & C passenger train No. 1, leav'
:u-'this city at 3:39 a. m. will in' the
future vdepart' at 8:25 a. m The,
change becomes" jeffective today. v
BOYL WANTED HERE -JeLD
' BY GEORGIA. AUTHORITIES.
Chief of Police Fred Link 'Friday re
ceived a message from the authorities
at Augusta, Ga., stating that Noel Sti
vers, wanted in this city, had been ar
rested in that city. Stivers, it was
alleged, while driving an express
wagon, made away with the sum of
S30. whcih he hnd nllpnfo(J LSl
$30, whcih he had collected during the
day. The message from the Georgia'
authorities stated he would be held
on a minor charge and they would
await the information from the. Paris
Police. Chief Link conferred with
the officials of the Express Company
here and it was stated there was no
disposition on their part "to prosecute
FOR TENDER FEET.
Grover's Soft Shoes for tender feet,
strictly hand made. The best shoe in
the world for ladies.
(6-lt) The Shoe Man.
HIAWATHA CLUB TO HOLD
A business meeting of the Hiawatha
Qlub will be held this evening in the
club rooms hi the Elks' building.
EEST IN THE WORLD
Laughlin's Ho Cholera Remedies
are conceded to b;e the best in the
world. We sell it. Let us have your
(It) VARDEN & SON
SU'FFERS BROKEN ANKLE IN
SCUFFLE WITH FRIEND.
Mr. Arris Overby, of Jacksonville,
this county, suffered a fracture of his
light leg and ankle Saturday while
engaged in a friendly' scuffle at his
blacksmith shopr .Mr. ' Overby's leg
was broken at the ankle and .also be
tween the knee arid ankle. He is an
uncle of Mr. Grant Overby, of this
city. - ., -
VqRNER AT AUCTION
On Wednesday, May $, at 2:30p.
m., Harris & Speakes, agents, -will sell
five desirable vacant lots on Main
street. Valuable prizes to be given
away. Attend the sale. '
We have the highest grade tobacco
fertilizer on the market. See us, be
fore placing your order.
CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO.
(5-6t) Both phones 14.
TO BE GIVEN AWAY.
See the room-size Brussells drugget
in J. T. Hinton Company's window.
To be given away at the auction sale
of Main street lots on 'Wednesday,
May 6, at 2:30 p. m. Other prizes
will also be given away at this sale.
LITTLEJOHN'S CARNIVAL TO
SHOW HERE WEEK OF MAY 25
The Littlejohn Carnival Company,
which has on several occasions exhib
ited in this city, will during the week
rf "VTnv 9? ?ivp finnfVipr PvhihiHnn in
this cty under the auspices of the lo.
cal lodge of Eagles. The Eagles are
making extensive preparations for a
The Littlejohn shows have always
; been favorites in this city," and when
ever outdoor attractions are sought by
local people this aggregation gets the
first ca.ll. -
The carnival company this year car
ries a large number of new attrac
tions that are said to be the best on
the road. This is sufficient guaran
tee that all who attend will get. theirj
HOTPOINT WEEK, MAY-11-16
Introducing the new Electric Stove
at one-half the regular price. Oper
ates on any lamp-socket, and uses or
dinarv kitchen dishes.
PARIS GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.
ATTEND THE LOT
SALE ON MAIN STREET
The vacant building lot iat the cor
ner of Main street and Barnes Ave
nue is a desirable location for-' a busi
ness house, with plenty of room left
for residence. There are but tew va
cant lots left on Main street, and they
will always be in demand.
"The Freezer with the
The most wonderful of all freezers. By
means of its astonishing aerating spoons
it whips air into every particle of the
freezing cream, making ice cream that is
a revelation in texture and delicacy.
It breaks all records in speed
makes perfect ice cream
in 3 minutes.
Requires much less labor and uses less
ice and salt than any other freezer.
See it before you buy a freezer,
See our Jine of Water
Coolers, Croquet Sets, Sprink
lers, Screen Doors ,and Wall
Paper. , .
. The Fair.
FAMOUS WARRIOR PASSES
OVER THE GREAT-DIVJDE.I
,Gen. Daniel E. Sickles died at hi&
home in New York shortly after 9
o'clock Sunday night. His wife was
at his bedside at the end. Gen. Dan
iel Edgar Sickles was the last of the
great commanders who fought the bat
tle of Gettysburg. For a decade he
was a fighter by profession all- his
life he was fi fighter by nature.
The May list is just out, and will
gladly play any records you wish p
hear. Come in; hear the new records
Some of the new May records:
17534Ten inch Record "Rebec
ca ,of Sunny-Brook Farm", American
Quartet; "If I Had My Way," Peer
17554 Ten inch Record "Do You
Take This Woman for Your Lawful
Wife?" "I Do, I Do," American Quar
tet; "Why is the Ocean So Near the
Shore?" (From "When Claudia
Smiles") Billy Murray.'
17562 Ten inch Record "I'm Cry
ing for fou," Ada Jones-Billy Murray;
"Let Bygones Be Bygones," ("And
Let Us Be Sweethearts Again") Hel-!
en Clark-Henry Burr. I
17571 Ten inch Record "While
They Were Dancing Around," Peer-1
less Quartet; "The Irish Tango," Peer
17556 Ten inch Record "Argana
rez," (Tango) Castle House Orches
tra; "Enticement -Tango," Castle
' 17570 Ten inch Record "Half
and Half," (A "Castle Creation") New
Dance introduced at "Cstle House,"
Victor Militry Band; "Love's Melody,"
Hesitation Waltz, Victor Military
35373 Twelve inch Record "Ss
merelda,' Waltz Hesitation, Castle
House Orchestra; "Cecile," Waltz
Hesitation, Castle House Orchestra.
35375 Twelve inch Record "Den
gozo," Maxixe, Victor Military Band;
"Destiny Waltz," Boston or Hesita
tion, Victor Military Band.
35376 Twelve inch Record
"Laughing Husband," .Medley One
Step or Trot, Victor Military Band;
"You're Here and I'm Here," "Take A
Step With Me," "Bought and Paid
For;" "High Jinks," One-Step or Tro;t
"Jim," "When Sammy Sang the Mar
seillaise," Victor "Military Band.
Fifth and Main Streets.
All of the household furniture at
Bourbon College will he sold on June
3. Velvet and raoquet carpets, rugs
and mattings, in excellent condition,
aie for sale. Excellent practice pi
anos sold either privately or on day
of sale. Apply to
MRS. M. G. THOMSON
THE J. T. HINTON CO.
$ .- are
. You have heard of
know what they are. YOUR SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED.
All Odorless Refrigerators are cased with the most carefully selected and
thoroughly KILN DRIED OAK, not ash stained to imitate oak, but genuine oak:
itself, the material used in all high. grade Refrigerators and imitated in all others
The Odorless is also lined with LINOFELT and it is NAILED m place, and has
to stay where it is put. The Odorless is made in both the .White Enamel awl
the Porcelain genuine lined. Will you let us show you these great Refrigerators?
If you want a cheaper Refrigerator we have it. Come to-day.
THE J. T. HINTON COMPANY
v Paris, Kentucky Phones 36
OWING TO OUR LARGE SPRING BUSINESS
WE WERE FORCED TO DUPLICATE
OUR ORDERS ON
S Silks, Challis and f
Ho wever, you will find patterns and styles that are
ffirrovarf"T7nlio fnat Trnii itrtll iirsll cor
MJ.J.WA1., MMV.t? UAU.W JVM. ITtlH , OW.JT
Our Dress Trimming and Lace Stock
Cannot be equaled in this part of the State g
J When it comes to LACE CURT AINS, DRAPERIES L.
Jg and RUGS we are-right' there we have the goods, jfc s
Paris' Only Exclusive Dry Goods Store.
m. wr v
t J P' v
8 The work done by our Repair i
8 Department is
I Is your watch
tovT time? If not, bring it in, we
8 can remedy" the trouble. '
8 We repair Watches, Clocks, cAH Kinds of
8 Jewelry, Spectacles, Etc.
8 cAll work guaranteed.
1 C. O. HINTON
mcTWV TLa." v :iia:i:..-JTjKSa6wti
civ ) i i ii ii Minr i r i
Received Now on Display.
this great Refrigerator. We
v xjfW" :.
Good, verjr Good. t
keeping satisfac- i
want you to see them and .