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Object of this Gampsign.
The object of this big undertaking is to
secure new prepaid subscriptions to The
Bourbnn News. And while doing this to
ascertain who are the most ambitious, per
severing and worthy men, women and
-children in this section of the State. Re
member this is a business proposition. It
costs nothing to participate in the compe
tition more than a little of your spare
- A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL is the
motto of the contest. Every candidate
will receive equal treatment and there will
be no favorites.
To Be Given Away
S Square Deal to HI.
The News pledges absolute good faith
and fairness to all people who will soon be
engaged in the campaign. This is not a
"something for nothing" scheme, in fact,
it is no scheme at all. Neither is it a
charitable undertaking on the part of The
News. It is a business proposition, pure
The object is to advertise this pa
per and increase its circulation and to
win a welcome in every household in the
field it covers.
IN THE BOURBON NEWS GREAT
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Any Person Living in This ' Part of Kentucky May Compete For the Prizes.
Now On Display
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Purchased From the Well-Known
Firm of Shire & Fithian.
First and Second Prizes First District
First and Second Prizes Second District
Purchased From the WeMnown Firm of Shire & Fithian
Address All Comniunicattehs to Campaign Manager The Bourbon News, Paris, Kentucky.
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