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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS' .KENTUCRY, MAY ,12,' 1914
HAS THE BEST
OP ALL LINES MADE;
Talk with us before you buy
Tpbacco Fertilizer is made from a
formula furnished by the Lexington
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. J. S. Wilson left Sunday for a
-J business trip to Oklahoma.
Mr. Harry Simon left today for a
several days' business triD to Cincinnati.
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Experiment Station. It is the highest j ve an"d j t Massie' Memorial
grade made and requires fewer j Hospital. iViassie Memorial
pounds. j -Mr. Thomas Nichols is confined
Our Corn Fertilizer has been tried at the Massie Memorial Hospital with
and found to be correct. pneumonia.
UliAS. S. BKHilvr mtu. Mr nPIlni-c co f aAr
with Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Crockett,
ANYTHING YOU WANT.
Whatever age your boy is, whatever
style, color, or pattern you want him
to buy, whatever price you want to
pay, come here. Suits $4 up.
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
Both Phones 14.
BOURBON COUNTY CONVICT
PAROLED EY PRISON BOARD
Raymond Johnson, colored, sent
to the State Reformatory to serve a
sentence of from one to five years for
breaking into a storeroom, was pa
roled by the Prison Board Thursday.
Millinery at greatly reduced prices
during Simon's Economy Sale.
OLD CONFEDERATES ARE
Of the 4,487 aplications for Confed
erate pensions, 499 have died since
tlie pension law went into effect in
June, 1912, according to records in
the office of Commissioner W. J.
Stone. Warrants aggregating $150,
000, are being drawn for the May dis
tribution of Confederate pensions,
which will be made on the 15th.
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS.
Read the sale advertisement in an
other column of "College Hill Place"
lots. Sale May 21, at 2:30 o'clock.
Miss Rosa Dee Chandler, of Cyn
thiana, is here for a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. Taylor Chandler.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hawkins were
guests of their son, Mr. Walter Hawk
ins1, in Lexington, Sunday.
Mrs. William Howard, of Rich
mond, is visiting Mrs. William Rem
ington, on Eighth street.
Mr. Davis Hutchcraft, of Chicago,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Perry Hutchcraft, in East Paris.
Mrs. R. C. Talbottt and Mrs.
Wade Whitley have returned from
Washington City and Virginia.
Miss Edith Wright has returned
from a week's visit to friends and rel
atives in Cincinnati and Dayton.
Rev. J. L. Clark, president of the
Kentucky Wesleyan College at Win
chester, was a visitor in Paris Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Buckner Woodford,
Jr., have returned from a trip to New
York and other points of interest Un
Mrs. C. O. Hinton and two little
daughters left Sunday afternoon for
a visit with Mrs. James McClure, in
Mrs. William Cooper has been
confined to her home on Ingels ave
nue for several days suffering from
a severe illness.
Col. E. F. Clay is ill at his home
near Paris, on the Cynthiana pike,
but his condition was somewhat im-
J. Elmer Boardman and C. A. Walls proved yesterday.
have purchased 100 acres of land lo- Miss Elizabeth Giltner, principal
BOURBON COUNTY LANDS
SOLD AT PRIVATE FIGURE
cated near Loittle Rock, adjoining the
lands of John Roseberry and Mrs.
John Brennan, from the heirs of the
late W. F. Horton, at a private price.
Miss .Susie Horton, of Paris, one of
the heirs to the same estate, has pur
chased the undivided interest of the
other heirs in about eighty-eight
EXPLOSION OF NATURAL
GAS DAMAGES BUILDING
of the Music department of Bourbon
College, attended the May Festival
in Cincinnati last week.
Miss Agnes Turner returned Sun
day from Cincinnati, where she has
been under treatment for- the past
week at Dr. Holmes' Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Kenney, of
acres adjoining' the above tract, at a j Moreland, Kansas, are visiting the
private figure. ; family of Mrs. Kenney s father, Mr.
j Lloyd Ashurst, 'on Cypress street.
"COLLEGE HILL PLACE" ' 1 Mlss Elizabeth Renick, who is at-
I tending school m Nashville, and who
The most beautiful lots ever offered !ias been Quite ill with typhoid fever,
in Paris are those in "College Hill out of danSer and proving rap
Place." Read ad. in another column. I y'' , ,, , , ,r , ,,
; Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Clay and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Price motored, to
Danville Sunday to visit their sons,
Mr. Douglas Clay and Mr. John Price.
Messrs. Gano Hildreth, L. J.
Fretwell, Wm. Whaiey, Sr., and Jas.
McDonald returned Sunday night
from Jacksonville, Fla., where they
attended the Confederate reunion.
Mrs. W. H. Mueller has arrived
from Lexington to join her husband,
who is manager of the Electric Dry
Cleaning Co., and they have taken
rooms at the home of Miss Flora Hill,
on Twelfth street.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Clay entertain
ed with a delightfully informal little
dance Saturday evening for their
daughter, Miss Eleanor Clay, and her
gueses, Misses Mildred McKee, of
West Virginia; Lucille Morphew, of
Arkansas; Beulah Piatt, of Chicago;
Ruth Chinn and Vella Karrick, of
Lexington, all of whom are students
at Hamilton College.
The explosion of natural gas in the
home of Mr. Ed Smart, on Fifteenth
street, Friday evening, about six
o'clock, broke several windows in the
building. Mrs. Smart, who was in the
kitchen when the explosion occurred,
was slightly burned. The report of
the explosion was heard by several
neighbors. It is said to have been
caused by a defective burner in the
oven of a gas range.
LACE CURTAIN SALE.
Lace curtains at greatly reduced
prices during Simon's May Economy
MRS. PAYNE TALKS TO LADIES
ON -CHILDREN'S MISSION WORK
Mrs. Ellie K. Payne, of Indianapolis,
gave a delightful talk Friday evening
in the parlors of the Christian church
upon the importance of the children's
work, that being her department of
the missionary work. Mrs. Payne is
traveling through Kentucky, visiting
the various district conventions of the
C. W. B. M., which are being held
this month, and is an earnest and in
teresting speaker, possesing a charm
ing personality. Her talk was much
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY.
Thursday, Friday and Satur
day, Sparkling Crystal Table
Tumblers, with two wide 1-2
inch Gold Bands, a -set of six
for 10 cents.
At 5 cents a pound Pure
Fresh Butter Scotch Kisses
for three days only, Rich fla-
vor, an extra good confection,
and an inducement for you to
Pure Aluminum Dippers,
Enameled Handles, Special
for three days only, each 10c.
each, and each item the best
money can buy Carpet Beat-
ters, Scrub Brushes, Tack
Claws, Tack Hammers, Draw-
er Pulls, Flue Stops, Shelf
Brackets, Fly Killers, Wire-
Broilers, Gold Paint, 2-Foot
Rules, Brass Curtain Rods,
50 yards Lace Edge Shelf Pa-
per, Legal Cap or Foolscap
Writing Paper, 75 sheets in a
package, everything as adver-
tised, nothing over 10 cents.
Look at our line of Wall Pa-
per, rich patterns. You nev-
er saw such patterns quoted
you before at such low prices.
Notice to Contractors
Bids for the erection of the Y. M. C.
A. building, Paris, Ky., will be opened
at 10 a. m T,.uesday, June 2. All bids
must besealed and in the hands of
the Building Committee by that date.
Specifications may be obtained by ad
dressing the Secretary at the Peoples'
Bank, Paris, Ky.
Dust hood off automobile, between
Paris and Lexington. Finder notify
Sheriff Clark, of Mason county, and
get reward. . (12-3t)
. Cottage with four rooms, kitchen, 2
porches, garden, waterworks, sewer
connection and electric lights. Cen
trally located. Telephone 34. (tf)
And Premises aqd Sixteen
Building Lots, at College
I will offer at public auction the
Bourbon College Building and prem
ises, also sixteen building lots, on
Thursday, May 21, 1914,
to the highest bidder; sale beginning
at 2:30 p. m.
The College Building and grounds,
which includes about 1.58 acres, well
equipped for operation as a private
school or college or an apartment
house, having all modern conven
iences, including hot water heating
plant in good condition.
The sixteen building lots will front
on Pine-Crest Avenue, which will run
from Cypress Street to the extension
of Walker Avenue in front of the
College Building. This Addition will
be one of the most desirable ever
offered in Paris for home building
sites. The lots are located on Col
lege Hill, the highest point in the
city, and have natural drainage, are
convenient to the business part of the
City, Railroad Station, Car Line,
Churches and Schools. The grounds
have fine shade trees, which require
a long while to produce. Sanitary
Sewers have been installed, and wa
ter connections made; natural gas and
electric light on the ground.
Never before in the history of the
city has such an -opportunity been
offered the home builders to obtain
lots having such advantages. Plats
of the property, showing size of lots
and location of streets, can be seen at
my office or the office of Harris &
The public is cordially invited to in
spect the property, including the
College Building, which will be shown
them by Mrs. Thomson, President of
The lots will be sold only to white
persons and to persons who desire
to build residences of not less than
$2,000 in value. The small cottage
that is on the premises will also be
sold on condition that same will be
removed from premises within thirty
days from date of sale.
Terms of sale will be one-third cash
and the balance in two equal pay
ments of one and two years from date.
evidenced by promissory notes bear-j
ing interest at 6 per cent, per annum t
from date of sale until paid, and se-'
cured by lien on premises, withNpriv
ilege of paying all cash.
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Harris & Speakes and M. F. Kenney, a
OWING TO OUR LARGE SPRING BUSINESS
WE WERE FORCED TO DUPLICATE
OUR ORDERS ON
Silks, Challis and
However, you will find patterns and styes that are
different; values that you will will say
Our DressTrimming and Lace $tock
Cannot be equaled in this part of the State
When it comes to LACE CURTAINS, DRAPERIES,
and RUGS we are right there we have the goods.
W. Ed Tucker.
Paris' Only Exclusive Dry Goods Store.
The work done by";our Repair
Department is Good, very Good.
Is your watch keeping satisfac
tory" time? If not, bfitrg it in, we
1 can remedy" the trouble.;
We repair Watches, Clocks,; cAll Kinds of
Jewelry, Spectacles,, Etc. ...
cy4.ll work guaranteed.
. .. t
C. O, HINTON
Small second hand caqh register.
Apply at News Office. Phones 124.
Duroc Jersey Boars
Wat foir the sale of lots in "Col
lege Hill Place," May 21, at '2:30
LOCAL OFF1CALS BEGIN
A WAR ON VAGRANTS.
Nice lot young boars. Eligible to
registry. Come and get first choice.
SIDNEY G. CLAY,
E. T. Phone 726, Paris, Ky.
We pay highest market price
wool. Get vour sacks from us.
(5-6t) CHAS. S. BRENT & BRO.
GOLDEN KING IS SOLD
TO ASHLEY FOR $10,000
J. Gano Johnson, of Mt. Sterling,
sold Saturday toM. Ashley, Glen Falls,
N. Y., the famous saddle stallion,
Golden" King, for $10,000. Golden
King is ten years old and is noted as
a show horse and stallion. Mr. Ash
lev has been buying many maresin
Kentucky for the purpose of raising
horses at his Adirondack Farm for
the New York market, and he pur
chased Golden King for service in the
stud. The horse will be shipped to
Mr- Ashley's farm this week.
Local officials have begun an active
war on vagrants, which will be waged
vigorously. Squire Ernest Martin,
acting County Judge during the ab
sence of County Judge C. A. McMillan,
wVin i in Atlanta attending the meet
ing of the Shriners, has taken up an
active campaign against vagrants ana
will force the arrest of any person
who hs not a visible means of sup
port. In addition to tins tne city
officials have been actively engaged
in an effort to rid the community of
these undesirable citizens. A number
of arrests have been made and the
alleged violators of the law given jail
J. S. Wallingfunl, M. D.
office on Sixth Street,
Between Main and High,
Phones 31 PARIS, KY.
We are selling seed corn that will
grow. Almost perfect germination.
Both .phones 14.
CHAS. S. BRENT fe'BRO.
TWENTY-EIGHT PUPILS ,,
TAKE SCHOOL EXAMINATION
REDUCED PRICES ON SUITS.
$25 Suits during Sirhon's May Econ
omy Sale at ?14.75.
DRES UP TIME IS HERE.
We direct your attention to our line
of Blue Serge Suits at $20.
J. W. DAVIS & CO.
Two rooms on third fioor of Agri
cultural Bank Building. Heat and
A lot about 65 feet front, running
back over 100 feet, situated on High
street, near Fifteenth street. Apply
(13-tf) MRS. CANDACE SMITH
The examination for pupils desiring
common school diplomas, was com
menced Friday and continued Satur
day before Miss Mabel Robbins, coun
ty 'school superintendent, by Prof. E.
M. Costello. There were twenty
eight applicants seventeen white
and eleven' colored as follows:
William Ginn, Reynolds Bell, Miss
es Virginia Jacoby, Jennie Link, Ru
bv Frakes, Katherine Brooks, Sudie
Montgomery, Nannie B Wagoner,
Elizabeth Hudnell, Elizabeth Ingels,
Aurel Campbell, Delcie Wagoner,
Christine Keller, Margaret Medlin,
Jennie Rankin, Ethel Jones and Mary
Colored Kelly Gardner, Robert
Madden, James Mack, William Mitch-
ell, Christopder Vaughn, Gladys
Hayes, Dennie Piper, Ada- Hughes,
Nancy Evans and Louise Patterson.
Simon's May Economy Sale will
continue until Saturday, May 23.
SPECIALS FOR SHINERS PASSES
THROUGH PARIS SUNDAY NIGHT.
A special train composed of seven
sleepers passed through Paris Sunday
night, enroute for Atlanta, Ga., where
the National meeting of Shriners is be
ing held. The sleepers were all oc
cupied and a number from this city,
members of Oleika Temple, took pas
sage from this point.
SIMON'S ECONOMY SALE.
Attend Simon's May Economy Sale
which continues until Saturday, May
CONFEDERATE DAUGHTERS TO
HOLD MEETING FRIDAY.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet at tlieir rooms in the court
house at 2:30 p. m. Friday, 4nnstead
of regular day, Saturday. The
Daughters entertain the Hamilton
Guards. ' .
All of the household furniture at
Bourbon College will be sold on June
3. Velvet and moquet carpets, rugs
and mattings, in excellent condition,
are for sale. Excellent practice pi
anos sold 6ither privately or on day
of sale. Apply to
MRS. M.-G. THOMSON
R. J. NEELY
Stables and Coal Yard '
For over 30 years this has been a
successful business stand in the Farm
Implement, Seeds and Coal Business.
Possession on or about July 1.
. W. W. MITCHELL, Agt.
THE J. T. HIINTON CO.
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thoroughly KILN DRIED OAK. not ash stained to imitate oak, but genuine oak
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The Odorless is alsa lined with LINOFELT and it is NAILED' m place, and has
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If you want a cheaper Refrigerator we have it. Come to-4ay.,
THE J. T. HINTON COMPANY
Paris, Kentucky Phones 36
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