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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
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PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912
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East Tenn. Phone 288 . Home Phone 130
Wbcre Quality Connts in
Sterling Silver
Weight, Fineness, Durability,
Finish.
Our display of Sterling Silver is the largest,
finest, and more complete than ever shown s
in Paris. Goods of Quality only pleasing
to the eye-ornamental to the home prac
tical for service.
Prices the Very jCowest
We Cordially Invite Your Inspection of Our Display
of Sterling Wares, Novelties and New
Fall Styles in Jewelry,
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25-lbs. Granulated Sugar 1-.50 M
Pure Hog Lard, per lb . ". -. .15 yj'f
Pure Hog Lard, by the 50-lb. cans, 14 A
Dry Salt Bacon, per lb :..... .-.. i 14 jk
Nice.lean Bacon, per lb ,. ." 18 JJJ
fhi-To-No Breakfast Bacon, sliced 25 W
Cu-To-No Hams, Sliced .-. 25
JJk 2 Cans Good Corn 15
jjj 3 Cans Baby Bunton Corn 25
jki Koyai seal uats, in cans u
y Old Reliable Coffee, per lb 30 )(
Good Bulk Coffee, per lb 25 fl
ft Preserving Pears, per bu 75 t
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Raising Funds for Democrats.
Funds to aM m the National elec
tion are needed by the Democrats and
every effort is being made to raise
Bourbon's pro Tata of the $50,000 to be
secured in Kentucky to defrayfcthe ex
penses of the campaign.
With this obect in view -Chairman
Dudley of the Seventh District Com
mittee has delegated Mayor J. T. tiin
ton to take charge of the work in
Bourbon cou&ty and he is pushing it
with all vigor looking to securing the
proportion of the county to the State's
appropriation.
; Mavor Hinton is "meeting with much
success in his efforts to raise tne mon
ey and Democrats are coming forward
liberallv to aid in the common cause of
Democracy. This will be the last call
made on the Democrats and those who
wish to assist the party to victory this
fall should contribute without hesitan
cy. Not in many years has the" prospects
fo Democracy been brighter, and
Bourbon county should do her part to
ward this end, making ner contribution-
toward i:i campaign fund larg
er than any of her sister counties in
the Ashland district. Following is
the list of contributions made to May
or Hinton :
C. M. Thomas. $50.
J. T. Hinton $50.
Denis Dundon, $25.
Pearce Paton, $20.
A. S. Thomnson, $2Q.
W. F. Talbo'tt, $10.
Chas. McMillan. $20.
Clarence Thomas, $5.
George Batterton, $20.
Wm. Shire. $5.
EB. January. $10.
Millard Kenney. $5.
Silas Bedford, 10.
Joe Farris, $10.
Wm. Ardery, $5.
J. J. Redmon, 10.
Joe Davis, $5.
Wm. Webb, 10.
Bruce Miller, $10.
Dr. J. T. Vansant, 5.
Harris & Speakes, $5.
W. T. Brooks, 5.
Swift Champ, 10.
Total. $325.
Anyone desiring to make . contribu
tions can do so at either the store of
Mayor J. T. Hinton, at the office of
Sheriff A. S. Thompson or Judge
Denis Dundon at the court house.
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V'WE KNOW HOW"
Public Speaking. N
Hon. Harrv Schoberth, of Woodford
qountv, will address the Democratic
voters ot Bourbon county at the court
house Monday afternoon, October 7, at
one o'clock. Every Democrat should
attend.
Negro's Identity Established.
Through the efforts of Coroner Ru
dolph Davis the identity of the negro
killed in the Duncan avenue cut on
the night of July 15 has been estab
lished. Certain articles of his -apparel
preserved by Mr. Davis were identi
fiedlby a contractor for whom he has
worked as being tnose of Bovd' Bagd
ell. His heme was in Alabama and he
had been employed in various construc
tion camps'along the line of the Louis
ville and Nashville railroad.
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Public Speaking.
Hon. Harry Schoberth, of Woodfoid
county, will address the Democratic
voters of Bourbon county at the court
house Monday afternoon, October 7, at
one o'clock. Every Democrat should
attend.
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It Is Not Too Marly
To Buy a Fall
Your old straw is beginning to look rusty and
our stock of Stetson and Dunlap Hats is ready
for your inspection. We are showing all the
new shades in the Stetson Velours, the rough
nappy finish in greens, heathers, browns and
grays.
Fall Shoes in the Stetson
Shoe, Korrect Shape
ahd Dr. Reed's
Shoes are here in the swell English last, low
heels, flat sole, in Gun Metal and Tans.Come
in and try a pair on.
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Outfitters to Mien
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CHOICE SEED.
-We arc headquarters for
choice Seed Wheat, Seed Rye
and Timothy Seed.
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Registration Shows Big Gain.
Registration day in this city Tuesday
passed off quietly, and with a large
Der cent of the eligibles in the city
visiting the polls during the day.
Both the Republicans and Democrats
were excedingly active in getting out
their full strength and the latter ran
up a majority of 412, an increase over
last year's registration, while the Re
publican columns show a sight de
crease. A total of 1,460 voters registered,
906 of which were Democrats, 494 Re
publicans, 37 IndeDendent, 20 Progres
sives and 3 Socialism. This gives the
Democrats a plurality of 412 oVer the
ReDublicans and a majority of 352
over all in the city.
As compared with the registration
of last year the figures show a gain of
37 in the Democratic column while the
Republicans are credited with a loss of
21. The Democratic majority in the
city will be increased to 500 with -the
supplemental registration.
Campaign Chairman J. T. Hinton
v?ho was actively engaged in getting
out the vote of the city, was highly
elated over the showing made by the
Democrats and expressed the opinion
that Governor Wilson would poll " more
than 1,000 votes in the city of Paris in
the regular election in November.
The result of the registration in the
six precincts inthe city Tuesday was
as follows :
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Paris No. 1 121 26 5 2 $
Paris No. 2 210 40 7 1
Paris No. 3...: 147 51 5 T
Paris No 4 187 69 3 5
Paris No. 5 125 392 11 2
Paris No. 6 1G0 116 6 3
Totals 906 494 37 20 3
1911 869 515 30 1
Democratic gain 37.
Kepublican loss 21.
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Popular Prices
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and Misses' garments fifty English
Johnny Coats. These are all the rgo,
and are made in the newest colorings
and materials.
As a lady remarked to us Your
'Johnny Coats are priced $5.00 less than
I've priced them at any other store.
Come in and see for yourself.
Price $12.50 to $20.00 Bach
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