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Image 1 of Bourbon News, April 13, 1909

Part of Bourbon News

S r> u i i Ii 1 e tHE b- = BOURBON NEWS 04 PUBLISHED Ps 1 DJCGESDAY OII s- r AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR i VOLUME XXIX PillS MTU g < pSSptIDiY APRIL i J C Will Raize Building Bright the wealthy tobaccon I MATRIMONIAL ¬ I ist of Louisville who last week pur ¬ ANNOUNCEMENT chased the G G White residence will The engagement of JVIia Elizabeth raize the builing an instead erect three My to Mr more twostory brick houses The Embry of Richmond prk is an ¬ mantels in the building ne of which is James B Dunlop of N a beau ¬ The wedding wilt hand carve mahogapy and cost 2500 nounced tiful event of June Th n QWs js of will be and used in much interest here where cue wuc Sal Coal r 1 r bebuilt Alsike Red Cover Fire Backs Ser Pipe and Fittings I Cellar Traps Chimney Tops Wind Guards etc from the loaf baked with PURITY rightPURITY Whitehall Portland ¬ out such fine flavored bread that ple always want a lot of it Order a sack of PURITY today You cannot begin too to bake the fine bread Cement and Alabaster i Wall Plaster Sand for Brick it produces Makes fine cake too And as for pastry well just try it thats all The Paris Milling Concrete and Plastering Work White Rock Goodies For Easter Dinner Lime in Bulk or Barrel Plaster Rheubarb i Estimates furnished on Plastering Paving and all kinds Cement Work STUART STRAWBERRIES Celery Grapefruit AT OBRIEN Both Phones 77 Oysters Oranges Logan Howard Paris Kentucky i Onions Reelfoot Lake Fish Fresh Salmon Fresh Mackerel Sliced Ham Fresh Sausage Highest Market Price Paid for Baled Hay at all times S Lettuce Tomatoes Radishes of Paris 7 Co r Telephone I 179 Free delivery quick to any part of Rhodes Jr the city Hurry Hurry Hurry rooms and four halls Thursday and twelve rooms and three halls Saturday afternoon If you dont want to be left out get in the push at We sold Sunday Clothes 14 1 VERY man who gives any thought to dress should examine the suit before he buys itnote the important points in they 4 L making salesman why ours comfort i r r i v D 2550 v Boys NickerBocker and Blouse Suits 3 to 850 Easter Hats Easter Shirts Easter Neckware Easter Soxs and Suit Cases Give us a call a PRICE equal Clothiers When in need of Shoes either Top or Oxfords give our Shoe department call We have v Stetson 500 and 600 r= Dr A Reeds Cushion Soles 500 Korrect Shape Shoes 350 and 400 I JAMES GR Otriifiter Paris Ky ea d OOttft Wilton Velvets Borders to match regular price 150 Sale Price 125 Velvets Borders to match regUlar price S115 Sale Price 75c Best Tapestry Borders to match regular price 1 Sale Price 80c ders to match regular price 90c Sale 150 Price Goc Bigelow Brussels Borders to match regular Sale regular 125 Windsor Brussels Borders to price 125 Sale Price 75c Lakeside Brussels regular price 75c Sale Price 45c i c P BROWER i Main and Broadway co9 Art Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Draperies and < I Goods tom Ky Fiscal Court Proceedings II i I The Bourbon Fiscal Court met Sat ¬ urday in adjourned session to receive bonds from turnpike contractors cov ¬ ering the year 1909 most of which were approved and filed of record The court passed an order directing County Treasurer S E Bedford to borrow of the Bourbon Bank the sum of 32000 and to execute notes of the county in sums of two notes for 10000 each and one note for 12000 bearing interest t six per cent payable November 1 1909 The treasurer wa directed to pay to he bank of George Alexander Co r2947477 ireful settlement or the county s account with that bank 51 Readyto Wear Garments I I Extraordinary Values Ladies Suits at 1 in- 2 and 25 S9 These are highclass garments well tailor ¬ ed Made of the best materials and are the very newest Wash Suits Vv I am sole agent in Paris for Haights Vegetable Silk Hosiery and Under ¬ wear for men women and children the FrancoAmerican Toilet necessities homemade perfedt fitting combination garments Natures Rival corset and other articles for ladies use Thegooas I handle are of the best quality and prices are reasonable A trial order will convince their superiority MISS LIZZIE HILL 9 2t 806 Pleacant street Carpet Department Cadre SPECIAL ATTENTION IS Called to Our Lines of Goods of Quality J re The Ladies Store I meet m II 1 t- FRANK seph Ewalt entitled The HomeSpun Girl JJ Miss Martha Ferguson read a poem entitled Kentucky Belle a number of confederate soldiers attend ¬ ed the exercises which were presided over by the VicePresident Mrs Rus ¬ sell Mann Refreshments were served ¬ Ii 6 paper on General George V Critten don which was followed by a recitation by little Miss Ann Thomas Ewalt the pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs Jo ¬ The wise buyers take the time by the forelock and anticipate their wants when the tide of price is at low ebbNow is your oppor tunity Dont wait The Spring season is on our heels and we may soon drop the curtain on this record breaking Clearance Sale If you cant use the goods now we will store them for you free until needed The price is absolutely the lowest The i quality guaranteed the highest r lit < I KentuckyHome 3 Early Spring Opportunities 2t and interesting i I Everything in Spring furnishings j Meeting In I been overlooked Mrs John Connell read a paper on Reminiscences of General John H Morgan by General Basil Duke BROWERS tn C I andare in a class of their own without an iqhg of the Daughters of the Confed eracy was heldi n their rooms at the court house Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Mrs Maria Bedford and Mrs Ganp Hildreth being the hostesses Miss Kate Edgar read a paper which was in part a reply to a paper by Miss Christine Boyson of Columbia Univer- ¬ sity the subject of which was Rob ¬ ert E Leea Present Estimate Miss Edgar pointed out that while Miss Boyson was thorougehly acquaint- ¬ ed with one side of her subject she fell into error by reason of her ignorance of the other The author Miss Edgar said had written many beautitful thoughts in honor of the great South ¬ ern general yet the salient points in the estimate of this great man had Extra Good Voung Mens Suits in all the latest 0 Cuts and Colors 0 of i I No 5 Boadway 10 to If you dont understand them the will show you and convincingly excel from standpoint of stock and Our suits range in Price from 10 to 35 ELITE WALL PAPER PARLORS S E Borland A delightful f 5 once HighArt Suits for Men 1250 to 30 i 1 L J I r i CUT PLENTY OF SLICES 4 j IJh 1 tP I 7 of Field Seeds A > m Timothy and all kinds Brick Fire Brick bride is much loved and admired and often visits Mr Dunlop is a promi ¬ many nent young businessman r Kentucky friends The engagement was first announced Saturday at a beautiful by Miss Edna Earle Hinton at her uuuit in this city to the members of the Chi Omega Sorority of HamilCon college and a few friends It was a Embry beautiful compliment to and one of the lovely social events of the season The decorations of the attractive house were in the Sorority flower the white carnation and their colors cardinal straw which Were carrried out in pretty spring flowers Everywhere were plants and the house was lighted with yellow cardinal candles The table was a lovely bridal scene In the center was the bridal procession of tiny dolls dressed as v the Each Was bride and her bridesmaid tied with satin ribbon which fEm iii t garlands over the table to eacL In the center of the table was a beau- ¬ e ci tiful basket of white carnations with tulle Crystal candlesticks held yellow shaded candles and the beautiful wedding emblemsibf slippers cupids wedding bells of amt the beautiful Easter souvenirs completed a beautiful picture An elegant course luncheon was It served The hostess announced the engagement in a very charming v and was followed by a number of beau- W tiful toasts drunk to the lovely britfe in W elect and her very great the fuure The party was a beautiful one all details being carried out with exquisite taste The hours were much enjoyed r Miss Embry is very popular and M this was one of the many lovely affairs to be given for her before her marriage I Miss Hinton was assisted by her mother Mrs V 0 Hinton and Mjt s Embry The guests were Misses An ¬ V nette Steele Hilda Threlkeld Kathe I rine Headley Mary Leonard Casself Eunice Brower Anna Coleman Van jjfc Meter Martha Van Meter Winkfe Hughes Marguerite Gayle Marguerite Ii Smith Marguerite Hiatt Marguerite Morris Ethel Dillahunty Helen Hutch craft Carolyn Roseberry Anna Ca well Prewitt Lily Stucky Mary Vance Florence Shelby Lida Clay Ingels Katherine Price of Richmond Jane Stockton Sarah Beverly Jouett of Winchester Nancy Cooper of Mid ¬ way Miss Frances Frazee Mrs u fley Harrodsburg and Mrs WauSfi NUMBER 26 Rigid Scrutiny is Always Desired + tiratn flay 13 1909 I Of this line we are not boasting when we say that in all Central Kentucky youll not fine a more complete and varied assortment than ours Prices vary according to the class of mer ¬ ch tndise you select From 5 to 15 Ladies One Piece Silk and Lingerie Dresses f This class of ladies wear is all the < vogue this season We have a com ¬ plete line of highrclass dresses at moderate es- Childrens Wash Dresses < Yr A complete assortment of an the I new styles in Wash Bosses tit the little ladies Prices from 25 cents to 2 I We Cordially Invite Your Inspection frank Paris IC It M C Kentucky LJ I i

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