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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER
' Within the Law" at Lexington.
Lovers of good clays and fine acting
arc certain to welcome the announce
ment that "Wi'hin the Law," Bayard
Veiller's absorbing new play of mod
ern American life, which was the cur
xentdramatic eentation in New York
and Chicago, is to be given its initial
local presentation on Friday and Sat
urday and Saturday matinee, at the
Lexington Opera House, under the
ir,anajferial sponsorship of A. H.
Yt'oods, famous as the producer of
Madam Sherry," "Gypsy Love,"
"The Littlest Rebel." "The Fascinat
jrg Widow" and other of the most suc
cessful attraction of recent years.
Forsaking the conventional paths
Kr. Veiller has in "Within the Law"
d-v.sed a virile and JexcitingJdrama of
;T certain phase of contemporaneous
1 fe in the larger cities that appeFls
with equal force to every class of the
atregoer. The story is that oi a young
girl who is unjustly convicted and sent
to prison for theft who tries to live
i onestlv when released, but is hounded
the police until she loses her posi
tion, and who then turns on them and
matches her wit against their trutali
i. keeping "within the law" and em
jAjing the intricacies and false stand
ards of the law to shield her from ar
lost. She develops ingenuity, daring
aid makes the man who sent her to
prison pay for her four years of drud
grv for him and her three years in a
lion's cell, almost breaking his heart
through his son and heir
tcr "Within the Law' Mr. Woods
;yg engaged an adequate cast of indi
vidual and collective excellence while
the extensive scenic investuie required
for the production is magnificent.
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
by local application, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one wav to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the rnucpus lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness is
the result, and unless the inflammation
:an be taken out and this tube restor
ed to its normal condition. hearing will
be destroyed forever. Nine caes out
of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition .of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any cast ot deafness, caused bv ca
tarrh, that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by druggists 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Proper Course of Life.
A man's purpose of life should be
like a river, which was born of a
thousand little rills In the mountains;
and when at last it has reached Its
manhood in the plain, all Its mighty
"current flows changeless to the sea.
.H. W. Beecher.
If you have young children you
;have perhaps noticed that disorder of
the stomach are their most common
ailment. To correct this you will find
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets excellent. They are easy ard
pleasant to take, and mild and gentle
inn effect. For sale by all dealers.
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may be cast. Cut the counons from
the paner and bring or mail to the
Campaign Manager. That's one way
to get votes. But -by far the easier,
more rapid and more "productive way
is ask your friends to give you their
sunscnptions to the Bourbon News.
Read the scale of votes carefully. You
will find that so many votes are given
on each subesription to the News.
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Have you seen the new Studebaker
Flanders Touting Car? If not, drop
around to the Bourbon Garage and ask
them to let you have a look at the au
tomobile which the News is going to
give away. You will find very accom
modating pecDle at the garage who
will be glad to show you the car and
tell you of its fine qualities.
Then there's the Diamond Rings and
Elgin Watches. They are on disDlav
in the window "f Shire & Fithian, of
whom they were purchased. The
Diamonds are perfect stones and are
backed by the personal guarantee of
this reliable firm. The watches, too,
are beauties and we are purp the win
ners will be -greatly pleased with
In buying prizes, conservatism has
been thrown to the winds, no expense
has been spared and some idea may be
gained by the following in that a
generous scale all the prizes have been
purchased. It al! came about this way.
Not content with giving value received
in the news line the Bourbon News
developed a generous streak .and de
cided to do something really handsome
for the Denefit of its readers and inci
dentally provide a little sensation
which we are firmly convinced will de
velop into a big one before the next
few weeks have passed. The prize list
given here is more than double the
amount ever civen by any semi-weekly
paper in this state.
THE CAPITAL PRIZE.
The Grand or Capital Prize offered
in this great campaign is a handsome
$910 Flanders touring car one of the
best known and most reliable ears in
the country. It wa3 purchased especi
ally for this great campaign from the
Bourbon Garage and is now on
display. It is a machine of superb
mechanical qualities and will excite
I the.greatest interest in every locality
where the joy ot automobiling is
known. The desire is intense in every
wide awake person to own a beautiful
car that means so much personal joy
and for the entertainment of family
and friends. The publisher ot the
Bourbon News takes the greatest
pleasure in being able to put such a
machine in the possession of some
popular person in this section as a re
ward for their industrious efforts dur
ing the next few weeks.
THE DISTRICT PRIZES.
The Dihtrict Prizes consist of
beautiful Diamond Kings and hand
some Elgin Watches. They were fcpur
chased especially for this great cam
paign from the well known and reli
able firm of fchire & Fithian.
The Diamond Rings are indeed
sparkling cems of beauty and the wm
n r of any one of them may well feel
;tu'ti of them. They are perfect
si,: e3 and the reputation of the above
firm .-tand back of them.
!..ere are two lb jeweled Elgin
Watches and t two 7 jeweled Elgin
Watches. The name of the Elgin
:eeper tnat it is nardiy
If education were normal, we would
.mm it a. iu xc, Buuuo - watch is eo well known as a
system of transference of knowledge j i:nhlo mpL-porm. that if
wherein each and all could delightedly j necessary to give a further description
Taring their minds to be fed. life-long;
and wherein those most gifted as
teachers: i. e., most enjoying the
active side of that transference, could,
delightedly do the feeding. Gilman.
have the choice of a lady's or gentle
man's 7 jeweled Ehgn watch
All of the district prizes may be
seefi on display at the jewelry store of
Shire & Fithian. Candidates andjjtheir
friends are invited to call and inspect
VALUE OF BALLOTS.
Following is the schedule of votes
given on both old and new subscrip
tions to the Bourbon News:
12 years 32,000 votes $24
10 years 27,000 votes 20
8 years 23,500 votes 16
5 years 15,000 votes ,. . . 10
4 years 11,000 votes 8
3 years.' 7,200 votes G
2 years -. . 4,500 votes 4
1 year 1,800 votes 2
RULES' OF THE CONTEST.
The caranaign is open to every white
Derson possessing good character, re
siding within the limits of the terri
tory of the contest.
Candidates and their friends may
secure subscriptions anywhere. No
spceial ballots will be issued for less
than two dollars.
Candidates must be entered from the
district in which they reside, and can
not move from one district to the oth
er and retain the votes to their credit
in the former district.
The campaign manager reserves the
right to reject any candidate and to
pass final judgment on any question
which may arise.
Votes once issued cannot be changed
to count forjanother candidate.
Candidates compete only against the
contestants living in the same district
as themselv-s for the district prizes.
Tiie campaign manager reserves the
right to make any changes or alter
ations in the rules and conditions that
may be necessary to the best interests
of the contest.
No promise, or agreement, either
written or verbal, made by agents, so
licitors or representatives, other than
those published in the Bourbon News
will be recognized.
The rules and conditions given above
are to govern theContest of The News
and all candidates entering the contest
agree to be governed by the rules and
conditions as above set forth.
HOW VOTES ARE SECURED.
With every subscription to TheJBour
bon News (when it is asked for) is
given a ballot good for a certain num
ber of votes, according to the length
of thejsubsenption. These ballots may
be held asllong as desired and voted at
any time up to the last day of the con
test. In fact, it is well to hold back a
large per cent of your vote ballots, as
then no one knows how many votes
you have, and are less likely to have
someone who knows that you have
turned in all of your subscriptions ..and
had the vote published, to step in the
last moment and get the prize you de
sire. If you hold" back part of your
ballots no one knows, not even the
contest department, for no record is
kept of vote ballots issued to you,
how manyivotes you have.
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Teeth for Circular Saw.
Every other tooth in a new circular
saw for cutting tool steel is a trifle
longer than its neighbor, the long
teeth making the center .of the cut
and the short ones, which aro thick
er, gouging out the sides.
When you have a bad cold you v.unt
the best medicine obtainable s& ?s to
cure it with as little delay as poFi'ole.
Here is a druggists' opinion : "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Reme y for
iifteen years," says Enos Loiter, of
Saratoga, Ind., "and consider it the
best on the market." For sale by all
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of them. All of the district prizes will
be on display in the window of the
jewelry store of Shire & Fithian.
WHO MAY ENTER.
Any person, lady or gentleman, boy
or girl, living in this section of Ken
tucky may enter this campaign. It
costs nothing to enter or try for any
of the prizes. They dn not have to be
subesribers to the Bourbon News in
order to enter; all that, is necessary is
to fill out the nomination blank with
your name or the name of the person
you wish to inter, and bring or send it
to the Campaign Dept., The Bourbon
News. Paris, Ky. The nomination
blank will count 1,000 votes for the
party so nominated. Votes may be
clipped from the paper or secured on
subscriptions. The votes which appear
in the News are guodfcfor 25 votes each
if voted before the date of expiration
printed on the coupon. Those issued
on subscriptions as shown in another
part of this announcement. Under the
campaign arrangement, you only have
to compete against the candidates in
your own district to secure any of the
district.prizes. Candidates and their
friends may securevotes and subscrip
HOW TO ENTER.
I T?ill ntifc thp nomination hlanlc fnnnd
elsewhere in this issue and send it to
the Campaign Dept., The Bourbon
News. Full details of the campaign
and printed matter lor use in setting
your campaign started will be sent
TERRITORY OF THE CONTEST.
Distnct No. 1 Includes all of the
city of Paris.
District No. 2 Includes all of Bour
bon county outside of the city of Paris
and also parts of other counties adjoin
ing. HOW PRIZES WILL BE DIS
TRIBUTED. The Grand prize the beautiful $910
Flanders Touring Car will be award
ed to the candidate who secures the
highest vote polled in the entire cam
paign. g The candidate- standing highest in
each of the two districts after the
Grand! prize has been awarded, will
have the choice of either a lady's or
gentleman's Diamond Ring.
The candidate standing second high
est in each of the two districts after
the grand prize has been awarded will
also have the choice of another lady's
or gentleman's Diamond Ring.
The candidate standing thirdjin each
of the two districts after tie grand
prize has been awarded will be given
the choicelof a lady's or gent.eman's
15 jeweled Elign Watch Z
The candidate standing fourth in
each of the two districts after the
grand prize has been awarded wil
T Here is a woman who sneaks from
personal knowledge and long experi
ence, viz., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wil
son, Pa., who sa.V3, "I know from ex
perience that Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is far superior to any other.
For croup there is nothing that excels
it." For sale by all dealers.
Lack of Proper Courtesy.
There used to be a time, not so
very long ago, when If one borrowed
anything from a book to a shoe lace
one was expected to return it prompt
ly and in good condition. "With our
younger set one may consider it a
miracle if one gets anything back un
der six months If at all. "I forgot,"
or "I lost it," seem to be all the
apology that many young girls deem
The Danger After Grip
lies often in a frun down system.
Weakness, fnervousness, lack ot appe
tite, energy and ambition, with disor
dered ilver and kidneys follow an at
tack of this wretched disease. The
greatest need then is Electric Bitters,
the glorious tonic, blood purifier and
regulator of stomach, liver and kid
nevs. Thousands have proved that
they wonderfully strengthen the
nerves, build up the system and restore
to health and good spirits after an at
tack of-grip. If suffering try them.
Only 50 cents. Sold and pertect satis
faction guaranteed by Oberdorfer.
Farm for Sale
On the 23d day of November at 2
o'clock we will offer for sale to the
highest bidder the Old Lloyd Farm of
256 acres on the Salem turnpike, Tone
and one-half miles southeast of Ger
mantown in Ma?on county. This farm
has been in continuous possession of
the Lloyd family since 1832. It has
had careful management, has always
been a famous tobacco farm, and is
now in a"high state of cultivation.
This farm can be divided to advant
age and will be offered for sale in par
cels and as a whole. There is a good
two-story dwelling, a tenant house,
all necessary outbuildings, barn room
for 25,000 pounds f-tobacco, a never
failing and well distributed supply of
stock water, and fencing in good con
The place is one and one-half miles
from churches and schools on a good
turnpike that leads to the stable door.
This'farm pays a good per cent farmed
on the tenant system and is desirable
either as an investment or as a home.
For further information apply to Dan
H. Lloyd, Gerrmntown. Ky.
EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS.
The Bourbon News Is Giving
Awai $ B ,200 In Prizes
Popular People of This
ENTER THE GREAT
Automobile and Prize Contest!
At Once, For You Can Win
The $910.00 Studebaker Touring Car,
A Diamond Ring or one of the Other Prizes.
Don't DelayFill Out Nomination Blank and Send to
THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KY.
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Flanders "20" Roadster, $750
Don't be alarmed if somebody tells you you can buy an automobile
for less money than the $750 Studebaker-Flanders "20." You can, but
you better not. The Flanders "20" corresponds point by point with the
best and highest priced cars sold. Cheaper cars at every vital point are
built on ideas long ago discarded for good cars. Don't take our word for
it. Make comparisons and see.
The Studebaker-Flanders "20" is a marel a high grade modern car
at a low price. If you pay less you buy much less. And thecheaper car
today will cost you far more in the long run. The competing car isn't
sold which the Studebaker Corporation, the greatest automobile manu
facturers in the world, couldn't reproduce for less money; but we won't
build a cheap car, because the name "Studebaker" means the best for
If you are content with a car that runs today and dies tomorrow,
don't buy the $750 Flanders "20." It will wear for years. Remember
this the Studebaker-Flanders "20" will outwear 2 to 1 any other car
under $1100 and give you double satisfaction, confidence and comfort
into the bargain.
Wc can pre re iScnd for nczo catalogue
i he Studebaker Corporation
goiirboif Garage & Supply .Csmpiny.
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