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THE BOURBON NEWS.
1 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND TRIDAY IN THE YEAR
PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1912
NAMES OF ENTRIES
East Tenn. Phone 288 Home Phone 130
Where Quality Counts in
"WE KNOW HOW"
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Weight, Fineness, Durability,
Our display of Sterling Silver is the largest,
finest, and more complete than ever shown
T in Paris. Goods of Quality only pleasing
to the eye ornamental to the home prac
tical for service.
Prices the Very JLowest
We Cordially Invite Your Inspection of Our Display
of Sterling Wares, Novelties and New
Fall Styles in Jewelry.
The House of Quality
SHIRE & FITHIAN.
Fill Yocir Pantry
And You Will Have No Fear of
the Rainy Day
16-lbs. Granulated Sugar ?1.00
25-lbs. Granulated Sugar ' 1.50
Pure Hog Lard, per lb 1
Pure Hog Lard, by the 50-lb. cans, 14
Dry Salt Bacon, per lb t 14
Nice lean Bacon, per lb 18
Cu-To-No Breakfast Bacon, sliced 25
Cu-To-No Hams, Sliced 25
2 Cans Good Corn 15
3 Cans Baby Bunton Corn 25
Royal Seal Oats, in cans 10
Old Reliable Coffee, per lb 30
Good Bulk Coffee, per lb 2o
Preserving Pears, per bu
First List of Nominations Con
tains Scores of the Most Popu
lar People In This Section of
Kentucky If Your Neighbor
hood, Town or Rural Route Is
SEND A NOMINATION TODAY
Full Instructions Will Then Be
Sent Upon Receipt of the Nom
ination Blank, Properly Filled
Out With Your Name or That
of a Friend.
BLUE RIBBON FLOUR
25-lfo Sack 80c
50-lb Sack $ 1 -60
1 OO-SSb Sack $3.20
T. C. IENIHAIN,
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 ts ready
for your inspection. We are showing all the
new shades in the Stetson Velours, the rough '
nappy finish in greens, heathers, browns and
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SP -M.-W- WbH.
In all the latest colors and
shapes, included are
Boys5 School Suits, Caps and
The barrier has been raised.
The race is on.
In a bunch.
Any old way you wish to express it,
the Bourbon News Big $1,200 Automo
bile and Prize Campaign is under way.
Today the Bourbon News publishes
its first list-of candidates who have
been nominted in the greatest news
paper enterprise ever inaugurated by
a semi-weekly paDer in Kentucky.
The names of scores of poDuIar peo
ple appear on this list. The number
of entries certainly indicates a remark
able interest in what is destined to be
one of the greatest friendly struggles
for a rich reward ever launched in this
In this list will be found the name of
the must wide awake and energetic
people in this Bection of Kentucky.
The' names were sent in, in many
cases, by friends,- who expect their
friend to get busy and win the five pas
senger Studebaker Touring Car or one
of the other prizes. It is an indication
of the confidence some friend has in
lhat candidate's ability to win ltj$ a
gauge of capability and inferentially
a nice little compliment. When a
friend of yours considers that you are
of the caliber that stands a chance to
win that handsome Studebaker Tour
ing Car. he certainly has a wholesome
respect for your ability, as it is cer
tain that everyone who nominates
some person in this contest, is going
to pick out the very best prospect that
he'ean call to mind, as they all want
their nominee to win.
MANY NEW NAMES WILL COME.
It is the experience of the campaign
manager that many nominations come
in after the first list of names has been
published. It gives people an oppor
tunity to look over the list and see if
the.friend they want to win has been
nominated 01 if their neighborhood is
represented. So for that reason, many
new names will appear in each district
for some time to come.
LOOK OYER LIST CAREFULLY.
If your neighborhood, town or rural
route is not represented or if you wish
to enter your own name or that of a
friend, fill in the nomination blank
found on page 7 and send it to the
Campaign manager. Full instructions
and printed matter for use in your
campaign will then be sent you. It
costs nothing to enter or try for any
of the orizes ; it requires very little of
your time for it is just a question or
meetinc the friends you meet everv
day. We have various ways of assis
ting the candidates and ihe campaign
manager is always glad to help you in
starting and planning your campaign
so that your efforts will produce the
very best results and you may win the
prize you desire. Call at the office any
day or night you are down town and
ask'him to help you in getting started.
Or if you prefer, he will call at your
home and explain the details.
MAY ENTER ANY TIME.
Don't get the impression that bj the
publication of the first list of names
that the nominations are closed. Can
didates may. and will enter the race
fnr manv davs to come, and some of
the ultimate winners may not start for
several days to come. Friends of can
didates or propsective candidates will
have the privilege of sending in nomi
nations throughout the life of the con
test. This means, of course, new
nominations,not for those who have al
ready been nominated. Send in a
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Fall Shoes in the Stetson
Shoe, Korrect Shape
and Dir. 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 Men
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FRANK & COS
The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
frige. & 60. Giotmers
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Box Supper at Eiserton.
There will be a box supper at the
Kiserton School on Friday evening,
October 18 , under the auspices of the
Bourbon County School Impcrovement
Laegue. Everybody invited to attend.
Miss Jessie Mae Ockerman is teacher
in the school.
To Be Sold To Highest Bidder.
Attend the auction sale of the Mans
field and Kiser nroperty on Nine
teenth street to-morrow a!ternonn at 2
p. m. A very desirable cottage will
be sold to the highest bidder.
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 $20.00Each
This Norfolk Coat
1 1 FRANK foe C..
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