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THE BOURBON NEWS.
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PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE .YEAR.
PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911.
No Money for Teachers.
Men ard Worr.en, sell guaranteed) Owing to the absence of the County
jiose. 0 per cent proiit. Make 10 superintendent. Miss Mabel Robbins,
diiny. Full or part time. Beginners ( the six months' money due the teach
investigate. Wear Proof. 3038 Chest- j ers of Bourbon county, will not be
mir street, Philadelphia, Fa. 31 5t distributed on Saturday as has been
insure with W. O. liinton.
Prompt paying non - union
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911
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20 lbs. Standard Granulated Sugar 1.00
2 cans Indinola Corn 15c '
3 cans Baby Bunton Corn 25c
One gallon can San tee Syrup -. 30c
California Table Peaches, 25c value 18c
California Table Apricots. 25c value 18c
3 Boxes Mother's Rolled Oats .; . . 25c
Quart jar Queen Olives 25c
Choice Evaborated Peaches, per lb 10c
Fancy Evaporated Peaches, per lb 12 l-2c
Choice Evaporated Apricots, per lb 12 l-2c
Fancy Evaporated Apricots, per lb 15c
Prunes, large, per lb 12 l-2c
Prunes, medium, per lb 10c
Full Cream Cheese, per lb 20c
Queen Sliced Pineapple, per canj 20c
Blue Ribbon Flour, 25 lb. Sack 65
Blue Ribbon Flour, 50 lb. Sack 1.30
Blue Ribbon Flour, 100 lb. Sack 2.55
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FINAL APPEAUS ISSUED.
Bradley Wilson Calls Growers
of Fourteen Counties to Meet
BOURBON ALSO INCLUDED.
Campaign Chairman Sanguine as
to the Outcome of the Plan
to Cut Out Crop.
The Burley Tobacco Society at its
meeting with the Burley Tobacco Un
ion at Lexington Monday night refus
ed to indorse the cut-out movement.
The reasun assigned for the action of
the Burley Society is that the tobacco
Union has not enough of the acreage
in the burley belt pledged to the move
ment to warrant the support of the
In a final effort to save the cut-out
Chairman Bradley Wilson Tuesday
night issued an appeal to the growers
of the fourteen counties which the
Burley Society people had said made
no showing in the cut-out pledges to
get together for a final effort to save
Chairman Wilson urges the growers
of these fourteen counties to hold
meetings Saturday at 1:30 o'clock
with a view to securing a sufficient
number of pledges to win over the en
dorsement of the Burley Tobacco So
ciety. Chairman Willsan's letter to the
"To the tobacco growers of Fayette,
Bourboi., Bath, Montgomery, Clark,
Maaison, Garrard, Lincoln, Boyle, An
derson, Washington, Woodford, Scott
and Jessamine counties:
"By request of the District Board
of the Burley Tobacco Union, I desire
to notify you uf the demands made on
the Burley Tobacco Union by the Ex
ecutive Committee of the Burley To
"Their refusal to endorse a cut-out
of the 1911 crop was based upon the
ground that e had not made enough
Ehowing of strength in the above nam
"I do not regard their demands as
to the countiies of Scott. Clark and
Anderson seriously, for the simple
reason that we have always consider
ed those counties as old pool counties,
and in fact we did not make an effort
to sign them on a cut-out pledge, as
we figured that they would swing into
line with other pool counties. You
will also notice Montgomery and Bath
in their list. 1 am sure the Execu
tive Committee of the Burley Tobacco
Society overlooked the wonderful
showing made in those counties on
signed pledges for the cut-out of the
"I truly feel that the counties of
Fayette, Madison, Garrard, Lincoln,
Boyle, Woodford and Jessamine should
make a better showing of signed pledg
es and in accord with my instructions,
I hereby respectively request you to
meet at your respective county seats
on saturuny, reoruary n, at :au
o'clock to take up such action and sign
enough pledges to enable us -to put it
up to the Burley Tobacco Society for
their endorsement before it is everlast
ingly too late to save any interest in
the 1909 or 1910 holdings.
"Gentlemen, I truly believe that the
people in the old pool counties want to
help in this fight and will do so just as
soon as they know the growers in the
independent counties have signed a
reasonable number of pledges. Again
I urge each county to take such inter
est as to bring up your county to y
reasonable figure or per cent at once.
Kindly write or phone my office for
further information. Our number is
1416, both phones.
"Chairman Campaign Committee."
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Paris, Kentucky. I
"WE KNOW HOW." i
Chairman Wilson passed through
Paris yesterday enruute to Lexington,
after a short trip through Nicholas and
Mason counties looking over the
ground and says he is very much en
couraged from there ports concering
the interest taken by the growers in
the cut-out movement in the counties
in which he visited.
Asked as to what the probable result
of the meetings that had been called
in fourteen of the counties composing
a portion of the Burley belt Mr. Wil
son said: "I feel more encouraged
now than at any time during the cam
paign, and am confident we will have
enough of the acreage pledged within
the next tew days to enlist the support
of the Burley Tobacco Society. We
will not invade any of the old pool
counties for pledges, and will leave
the rpult of the campaign of the next
few days to determine the decision of
that body. Bourbon county is holding
back and we will not push the matter
here, but when the time comes I am
looking for her to fall in line with the
rest. Pledges from independent coun
ties are coming in rapidly and at our
meeting in Lexington on February 20,
we will most certainly make a convinc
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