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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
PARIS, KENTUCKY, "TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1912
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East Tcnn. Phone 288 Home Phone 130
Wbere Qualify Counts in
Weight, Fineness, Durability,
Our display of Sterling Silver is the largest,
finest, and more complete than ever shown
Y"i in Paris. Goods of Quality only pleasing
to the eye ornamental to the home prac
tical for service.
Prices the cery Juowest
We Cordially Invite Your Inspection of Our Display
of Sterling Wares, Novelties and New
Fall Styles in Jewelry.
The House of Quality
SHIRE & FITHIAN.
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16-lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00
25-lbs. Granulated Sugar 1.50
Pure Hog Lard, per lb 15
Pure Hog Lard, by the 50-lb. cans, 14
Dry Salt Bacon, per lb 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 25
Preserving Pears, per bu 75
BLUE RiBBON FLOUR
T. C. LENIIUIN,
Many Contestants Who At First
Did Not Think Their Chances
Were Worth Anything Are
Daily Changing Their Minds.
CONTEST JUST STARTING.
"WE KNOW HGW"
No Better Time Than Right Now
Don't Hesitate Any Longer,
But Call or Write the Cam
paign Manager and Ask Him
to Help You Start Your Cam
paign Hundreds of Dollars in
In Prizes Are Waiting For
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Getting what you
pay for, in style, fit,
quality and satisfaction
tha's a job that's not
always easy when you
start out to buy Boy's
Get Your Next Boy's
Suit Here-Learn what
it means to patronize a
store that sells satisfac
tion. You'll discover that,
there's no store that con
siders its customer's
profit first, that gives all
you pay for.
Boy's Suits, Ages
3 to 7
$5 to $10
The last few days have been busy
ones for the contest department, owing
to the number of contestants, both old
and new, who have suddenly awakened
to the opportunity that is before them,
and have madb up their minds that
they have a chance and a good one,
too, of landing among the winners in
this battle of ballots.
However, "making up their minds
to run" is about as far as it goes with
the majority of the contestants. There
is anunusuallygood opportunity in both
districts for candicates. both old and
new. to start and win one of the prizes
very easily, for, up to date, only a
few in each district have got started.
If you are one of those candidates who
are just trying to make up your mind
it is time to stop "thinking the matter
over." Phone or write the campaign
manager that you are in the race to
win and want him to help you all he
can. Thousands of votes clipped from
the paper are being sent in every day,
but in' the creat majority of instances
these 25 vote coupons are sent in by
friends of the different contestants.
There are many who, when the cam
paign was first inaugurated, jumped to
the conclusion that the thing repre
sented a good amount of hard work,
and would take too much time, so that
there would be no use in making an
But after watching the Drogress of
the campaign for a week or so they
commenced to realize that it was
"making haste slowly," and thore was
plenty of chance for any one who re
ally intended to do something to com
mence at once and with a half hour's
work catch up with any one in the pro
cession. And then as they discovered
that this and that friend expressed a
willingness to help them and thev got
to sizing up the other candidates in
the race, many made up their minds
that a district prize would be a cinch,
and the grand prize by r.o means an
impossibility. Hqw is it with you?
Have you sized up the other candi
dates? Have you received any votes?
Have any of your friends agreed to
help you if you would run? If so, why
not start at once? Remember only a
few of those nominated will run, and
after you get started and let your
friends know that you are in the race
to win, they will help you, and you
will have no trcuole in securing votes
and subscriptions. Just phone the
Campaign Manager and tell him to en
ter you as one ot the active candi
dates. He would like to have every
candiddate who has not called at the
office but who intends to make an ac
tive race to telephone him.
NEXT THUKSDAY NIGHT
The big Bonus Votes offer will come
to a close. Try and get all subscrip
tions possible before tnat time, and
send them to the office and secure the
votelcertificate. These vote certifi
cates you can hold until the end of the
campaign if you wish.
CONTEST GAINS GROUND.
The big contest is'certainly gaining
ground day'hy day and no one can an
ticipate what height this good natuied
tug of war will attain. Certain it is
that 95 per centof the people in the
territory of the contest are directly in
terested in the outcome and before an
other two weeks have elapsed the
other 5 per sent.will be closely watch
ing the race.
It you have not yet entered "this
great popularity contest call upon or
write to the contest manager for a con-
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Clothes that look good when you buy them
and look equally good after you Ve worn them.
Clothes that are smart in style, out ftom
That's What We
Large assortment of Overcoats and Raincoats
For Your Inspection.
Stetson, Korrect Shape and Dr. Reed's
Cushion Sole Shoes.
Mitchell & Blakemore,
Outfitters to Mien
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FRANK & COS
The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
PRI6& & 60. Glotnier;
Daughters Elect Officers.
At the meeting of the Richard Hawes
Chapter, United Daughters of the Con
federacy held in the Confederate room
in the court house Saturday the follow
ing officers were elected for the ensu
ing year: President, Mrs. H. B. Clay ;
First Vice President, Mrs. J. T. Van
sa'nt; Second Vice President, Mrs.
Grepn Leer, of Millersburg ; Secre
tary, Mrs. H. H. Hancock; Treasurer,
Mrs. Joseph Ewalt; Regstrar andHiis-
torian, Mrs. U. U. Leer.
The report of the treasurer showed
th chapter to be in an excellent finan
cial condition, there being a balance of
almost S75 in the treasury. Sixteen
members of the chapter were present.
Mrs. J. D.Burnaugh. of Paris, wasad
mitteda s a member.
The chapter voted to have three open
meetings during the year and "the
monthly meetings will be held on the
third Saturday. Mrs. T. E. Moore, of
Lexington, a former resident of Bour
bon was ajvisitorat the meeting.
I Newest Styles
l Newest Materials
I Popular Prices
I JTTWe have just received from New
I - York's largest maker of Ladies'
I and Misses' garments fifty English
I Johnny Coats. These are all the rgo,
E 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 $20.002Mach
This Norfolk Coat
FRANK dc C.,
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