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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER S 1912.
and Best Offer
ill Come to
Turn In All The
Subscriptions sent by mail will
be counted under this offer if the
envelope is postmarked not later
than 9 o'clock to-night. This will
give those outside of the city an
ecjual chance wEfcira those living a
few blocks from fcras office.
Send en every subscription you
can get for the
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it At 9
Subscribe and Vote For Your
Favorite Before the Closing Hour.
That Hour. f
Who Hold Back Their
Subscriptions With the Expecta- &
tion of Getting a Bigger Vole
Offer Are Going to be Badly
Disappointed, for We Guarantee
this to be the Very Best Vote
Offer of the Contest.
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701 -703 Main St.,
Invites you to inspect their hand
some and stylish display of
FALL DRV GOODS,
DRESS GOODS, MISSES'
and LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
CLOAKS, SHOES, DRESSES.
Please Call. Always several to
show our goods.
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8cription now brings 44,500 votes: a
five year subscription brings 115,000
votes, etc. Under this big otter the
votes count up with great rapidity.
One of the rules of the campaign is
that votes are not transferable. A
number of candidates who have with
drawn from the iace have asked that
their votes be transferred to someone
else. This we cannot and will not do.
If we did, the different candidates
would be buying and selling votes at
the end and tha one who had the most
money would win. Under the system
which we work, votes cannot be bought
and every candidate has an equal
Enthusiasm is getting more marked
each day. People are just awakening
to the fact that there is an opportn
nity that comes but once, in a lifetime.
Almost everyone has fixed some time
in the future when, "if things go
right," they will own an automobile.
But here is opprotunity battering at
their very doors. The Bourbon News
makes it possible to own an auto with
in the next few weeks. In this ereat
contest a $910 S'udebaker Five Pass
enger Touring Car is offered and the
interesting part about the entire affair
is that it doesn't require a cent of
capital. Any preson of good standing
in the community may enter. The
contest is not hedged about by a lot of
restrictions that prevent anyone from
participating. It's purely and simplv
a matter of proving your own popular
ity and devoting pome time and atten
tion to the conitbt tor a few weeks.
Vote ballots issued on subscriptions
are good at any time up to the close
of the contest and mav be polled and
published whenever you choose. When
you send in a subscription we issue
and give or mail the vote ballot to you
so that you can use your own discre
tion in polling it. The votes will not
be published in the paper until they
are put in the ballot box or until you
mail them in with the request that
they be polled and published.
DON'T BELIEVE FALSE RUMORS.
"You might as well quit, Miss .
I heard about a fellow whose uncle
knows a man who said hi father knew
a man who told that he heard about a
girl who had over a million vote3 al
ready and she was going to win if she
had to spend a hundred dollars."
And here you are. Right away some
ot the candidates who are of the easi
ly discouraged kind, want to come in
and turn over their books with a woe
begone expression on their laces and
their hearts filled with gloom. Onlv
the idle rumor ot some idle party who
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Is your husband cross? An irritable
fault finding disposition is often dun
to a disordered stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearly always good
natured. A great many have been
permanently cured of stomach trouble
by taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For
sale by all dealers.
FOUGHT WITH RAILROAD TRAIN
Herd of Infuriated Bulls Held Their
Own In Combat With Master
piece of Man.
At a point on the railway line be
tween Mirabel and Canaveral, on the
Spanish side of the boundary line be
tween Spain and Portugal, there once
occurred an odd sort of bullfight.
A train had just come out on a
sweeping curve from the hills and
down upon a little plain when the en
gineer saw directly before him a herd
of bulls on the tracks. The engineer
blew his whistle vigorously and all
the bulls fled, with the exception of
one great fellow, who made straight
for the train with horns lowered and
It was too late to prevent a collision
and the bull was killed, but his car
cass, lying under the wheels of the
locomotive, prevented the train pro
ceeding. Passengers and crew united
to clear the track. In the meantime
the great herd of bulls, scenting the
blood of their dead leader, came flock
ing back, pawing and threatening. The
nearer they came the more infuriated
they grew, and finally they charged
like a whirlwind on the little band of
Then all the men abandoned their
task and took refuge in the cars. The
bulls followed them to the very steps,
bellowing and pawing. Soldiers aboard
the train tried to stampede the ani
mals -with stoneB. The bulls recoiled,
charged again, recoiled once more;
and 'for two hours the battle raged,
victory now seeming to be with one
side and now with the other. At last
as night came on, the bulls -withdrew
and betook themselves to some dis
tant shelter. Then the employes and
passengers "were able to set to work
again. The track was cleared and
the train proceeded on H way.
Fill out as directed and seifd to the Campaign Mana
ger, THE BOURBON NEWS, Paris, Ky. Votes cannot
be bought. They must be cut from THE BOURBON
NEWS or secured on subscriptions.
Not Good After November Sfo
This Coupon will Count for 25 VOTES
DETAILS OF ADT0M0BLE
AND PRIZE 1CAMPAING,
RULES OF THE CONTEST.
The camnaign 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 mav arise.
Votes once issued cannot be changed
to count foranother candidate.
Candidates compete only against the
contestants living in tne same district
as themselves for the district prizes.
The campaign manager reserves the
right to make anv changes or alter
ations in the rules and conditions that
may be necessary 10 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 eiven annus
are to govern the'eontest of The New'sT
and all candidates entering the contest
agree to be governed by the rules and
conditions as above set forth.
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 carsx in
the country. It was purchased especi
ally for this great campaign from the
Bourbon Garage and is now on
display. It is a machine of buperb
mechanical qualities and will excite
thetgreatest interest in every lucality
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 "1 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 District Prizes Consist of
beautiful Diamond Kincs and hand
some Elgin Watches. They were pur
chased especially for this great cam
paign from the well known and reli
able firm of bhire & Fithian.
The Diamond Rings are indeed
sparkling cems of beauty and the win
ner of any one of them may well feel
proud of them. They are perfect
stones and the reputation of the above
firm stand back of them.
There are two lb jeweled Elgin
Watches and .two 7 jeweled Elgin
Watches. The name of the Elgin
Watch is so well known as a most re
liable timekeeper that it is hardiv
necessary to give a further description
of them. All of the district prizes will
be on display in the window of the
jewelry store of Shire & Fithian.
HOW VOTES ARE SECURED.
With every subscription to The'Bour
bon News (when it is asked for) is
given a ballot good for a certain num
ber of votes, according to the length
of the'subsenption. These ballots may
be held as long 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 vou 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. It jou 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 many .votes you have?
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening pasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Dam
pen a piece of flannel with it and bind
it over the affected parts and it will
relipve the pain and soreness. For
sale by all dealers.
Suburban Home For Sale.
We have for sale a small improved
place on the Interurban line, just out
side the limits of Paris. The property
contains about two acrs. has an abun
dance of all kinds of fruit, large gar
den, pasture and never failing water.
Improvements consist of five room
house, pantrj, presses, concreted cel
lar, etc., stable, servants cabin, and
other outbuildings. House and stable
lighted with electricity.
This property has been listed Vt ith
us for quick sale and can be bought at
the right price.
McCLURE & CLENDENN,
29 3t Real estate Agents.
AND PRIZE CAMPAIGN a
jKHawsrarear eg sn&aacESB
Curtis Henry & Co.,
Groceries, Drygroods, Fresh and Cured
IVf eats, Vegetables, iPruits, Etc.
Both Phones 442
We Want Your Trade on the Merits of Our Goods.
Everything Ve Sell is Guaranteed.
Our accommodations are the best in town -A
new Auto Z Delivery, Polite 'JAttentionand
Always a Special Effort to Please: : :"33:
A Pew Things Others Haven't Mightilnteresf You:
Cream Flour, French! Bread," GoldenSun J3g
Coffee, Sweet-Orr Overalls, American Beauty r
Corsets, Royal Tailoring and manyZotherstoo
numerous to mention. Give us a trial.
Yours for morebusiness.
CURTIS HENRY CO.
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TWIN BROS., CLOTHING DEBT.
L. WoSIstein, Proprietor.
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To 40,000 Burley Tobacco Growers
Stockholders in Strater Bros.' Branch Factory
Here are ten brands of tobacco. All of you know their worth,
for you supply the leaf. It comes from your own tobacco farms.
Most of you smoke or chew one of these brands, for they repre
sent the cream of your crops. You know of none better, none
richer, and you know that each sale brings a profit to you. You
are partners in each of these brands. Here's a way to increase
your profits on each.
We want 40,000 more salesmen and you.
Mr. Grower, are one that we want. We
want you to work with us, to help sell
these brands, and thus increase your
revenue from them. Your cooperation,
individually, can result in gigantic sales.
Here's how it works out.
Let Each Man Tell
Let each of you growers tell ten
friends what you know of Strater Bros.'
Branch Brands, the brands for which
you grow the leaf. Always keep one of
these brands in our pocket and give to
these friends to try. Explain that the
leaves were the pick of your crop and
that no better crops are grown. Point
out the reasons why these brands of
TO ALL DEALERS WHO SELL TOBACCO
These brands of tobacco are famous sellers as all who sell them know. They are made
from the best, from the cream of the crops, from forty thousand farms. They form the
greatest repeaters known, a steady source of profit. Put them into your stock for a trial and
see what they do. You will sell them for years if ou sell them one week.
For Smokine-GOLDEN GLOW-PENNY POST-FULL PAY.
For CWinl-INDEX-BY JOE TWIST-CUP-DAY'S WORK-ON THE SQUARE-TORCHUGHT-STRATER'S
STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH
BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky.
and Main I
Schloss Bros., Sc Co.,
Hand IVIade Suits
Are Here Direct
From The Tailors
Hands. . .
We are showing the new Plum,
Carnation, Grey and Browns, the
prices very reasonable, $15 to $25.
All Wool Fall Suits, newest
shades at. . . .$10, $12.50 and 15
Our Fall jLine of Haws Von
Gol Hats Douglass Shoes and
Tiwn Bros., Special Shoes are .ar
The showing we are making
for Fall is in every way up to the
highest class, our prices are more
reasonable than elsewhere, g
mi i i r-fMTj-i r inrnin-iTirrnrn-mfWTTiT.iiT
tobacco should be every smoker's and
chewer's choice since it is your choicest
growth. 40.000 men, each telling tea
friends, will thus get a powerful sales
message to nearly 400.000. If each of
those friends tell five others, nearly
2,000,000 men are affected. Think what
an increase this would make on these
brands in one section. You are selling
to us. We are selling to them. So let
us work jointly to sell the utmost that
Tell Dealers." Too
s Tell dealers, too, when you buy these
brands, what you know of their quality.
Let them know of their nation-wide
popularity, how they repeat, and how
they make friends of consumers.
BE A BOOSTER OF BURLEY GROW
ERS' BRANDS, thus boosting the sales and