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THE BOURBON NEWS,
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND PRIDAY IN THE YEAR
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PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBE 11, 1912
East Tcnn. Phone 288 Home Phone 130 I
Worn Quality Counts in
Weight, Fineness, Durability,
Our display of Sterling Silver is the largest,
finest, and more complete than ever shown
"2 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 alid New
Fall Styles in Jewelry.
The House of Quality
SHIRE & FITHIAN.
Pill Ynnr Dnfrv s
And You Will Have No Fear of f
the Rainy Day w
16-lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00 Sjff
25-lbs. Granulated Sugar 1.50 SO
Pure Hog Lard, per lb 15 yff
Pure Hog Lard, by the 50-Ib. cans, - 14 m
Dry Salt Bacon, per lb r. . .14 jk
Nice lean Bacon, per lb 18 f?
Cu-To-No Breakfast Bacon, sliced 25 W
Cu-To-No Hams, Sliced 25 M
2 Cans Good Corn 15 ijp
3 Cans Baby Bunton Corn 25 l
Royal Seal Oats, in cans 10 JX
Old Reliable Coffee, per lb 30 y.
Good Bulk Coffee, per lb 25 (XS
Preserving Pears, per bu 75 tJ
BLUE FdBBON FLOUR M
25-!b Sack t 80c y)J
50-lbSack $1.60 i$)
1 OO-lb Sack $3.20 yf
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AND PRIZE CONTEST
From the Great Interest Taken
In the First Announcement,
Hundreds of People Were Im
pressed by the Value of the
. Prizes, Many Names Have
Already Been Entered.
SEND A NOMINATION TODAY
"WE KNOW HOW"
Campaign Open to Everyone In
This Section of Kentucky It
Costs Nothing to Enter or Try
For Any of the Prizes Enter
Your Name or That of a
p In all the latest colors and &&
JUs shapes, included are mk
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The Campaign Manager fully expec
ted the initial announcement of The
Bourbon News Great Automobile and
Prize Campaign to impress the people
of Paris and vicinitv but nothing like
the immediate interest and apprecia
tion with which the enterprise was re
ceived was expected by trie most opti
mistic membera of the staff that has
been working to prepare the venture
for its initiatl presentation to the
Within a short time after the first
paper was off the press, the first nom
ination was received by the Campaign
Dept. and from that time until late to
day the nomination blanks good for
one thousand votes each and many of
the smaller ballots for 25 votes each
have been sent to the office or brought
in by enthuisastic people who had
been impressed by the possibility of
acquiring a costly prize for a little
effort of a pleasant nature.
AN EASY UNDERTAKING.
Tnere is nothing complicated or diffi
cult about this undertaking. It costs
nothing to enter or trv for any of the
Drizes. We'have various ways of help
ing the candidates so that it doea not
interfere with your regular work. The
hardest part of uch a campaign as
this is to get started but after you do,
votes will come easily for you, and
your friends wil help you to help your
self. The person who starts early,
however, is going to have a big ad
vantage in what undoubtedly will be
the biggest affair of the kind ever un
dertaken in this section.
SEND NOMINATION BLANK.
In this issue is published a free nom
inaiion blank which is good for one
thousand votes. In order to enter, all
that is necessary is to fill out the
nomination blank : with your name or
that of a friend and bring or send it to I
the Campaign Manager, The Bourbon
News. You thereby become a candi
xiate. The next step is to call or
phone for the necessary printed matter
to start your campaign. Then the
Campaign Manager will do everything
in his power to assist you in mapping
out your plan of campaign. If there
is anything about .the campaign that
you do not understand ; if you would
like to enter but hesitate because of a
natural timidity, drop into the Bour
bon News office and inquire for the
Campaign Manager. Let him talk to
you and do not be afraid to ask ques
tions. He is here to serve your inte
rest as well as those of the paper. It's
mighty easy to call up and ask for in
formation and the campaign manager
is going to be right on the job each
day and evening.
ABOUT THE COUPONS.
You will notice that in addition to
the nomination blank in the paper,
there is a coupon good for 25 votes for
the candidate whose name is written
thereon. Onlv one nomination blank
will be counted for anv one candidate
but any number of the 25 vote coupons
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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 ycfur inspection. We are showing all the
new shades in the Stetson Velours, the rough
nappy finish in greens, heathers, browns and
Fall Shoes in the Stetson ' '
Shoe Korrect Shape
and 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.
Mitchell & Blakemore,
Outfitters to Mien
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FKANK & UUS i
The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
Boys9 School Suits, Caps and
Cottage at Auction.
Mansfield & Kiser's cottage on
Nineteenth 'street, will be sold at auc
tion on Wednesday, October 16, at 2 p.
m. It is conveniently located and very
Sale of Edibles.
The ladies of the Baptist church will
have a sale of edibles at the store of
Mr. George VV. Davis on Saturday.
Everything good to eat will be
Money for Rural Teachers.
The Department of Education at
Frankfort Monday made out a warrant
for $407,569.65, the amount of the first
payment for the rural school teachers
of the State. Checks for the amount
designated for each county will be
mailed by the State Treasurer to the
county superintendents. The payment
is not due until the last of this week
and the checks will probably be sent
the first of next week. The amount
due the cities will be made out next
week. Bourbon's apportionment for
th rural teachers whteh -will be re
ceived bv the county superintendent,
aiiss Mabel Robbins. will be 2,519.77.
JTTWe have just, received from New
-" York's largest maker of Ladies'
and Misses' garments fifty English
Johnny Coats. These are all the 'go,
and are made in the newest colorings
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 Each
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