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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVFRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
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VOLUME XXXI
PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912
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Weight, Fineness, Durability,
Finish.
Our display of Sterling Silver is the largest,
finest, and more cpmplete than ever shown
in Paris. Goods of Quality only pleasing
to the eye ornamental to the home prac
tical for service.
Prices the Very oivest
We Cordially Invite Your Inspection of Our Display
of Sterling Wares, Novelties and New
Fall Styles in Jewelry.
The House of Quality
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THIS WEEK.
Workers In The Big Prize Com
petition are Offered 9,000 Extra
Votes on Every Dollar's Worth
of New Subscriptions and 8,000
ExtraJVotes on Old Subscrip
tionsWhile Not as Large as
the Previous Offer, Votes Will
Count Up Very Rapidly Under
This Schedule.
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By Paying Cash For Groceries.
After Reading These Prices, Consult
" Your Last Bills and See Where You
Can Save One-Third of Your Past
Living Expenses. ::::::
17-lbs. Eastern Granulated Sugar $1.00
8 Bars Lenox Soap 25c
6 Bars Octagon Soap 25c
6 Bars Clean-Easy Soap 25c
Old Reliable Coffee, per lb 30c
Silver Seal Coffee, per lb 30c
Good bulk (Soffee, Santo's, per lb 25c
Fancy Dried Peaches, per lb 12 l-2c
Choice Dried Peaches, per lb 10c
Bulk Mince Meat, per lb '. 10c
Package Mince Meat. "per lb 8 l-3c
Navy Eeans, per lb. 6c
Kidney Beans, per lb 8c
Mixed Beans, per lb 5c
Cracked Homnev, per lb 3c
We Guarantee Weight and Quality.
STILL TIME TO ENTER.
Get Busy To-Day Special In
ducement For New Contestants
in Millersburg and North Mid
dletown No Better Opportu
nity Can be Found to Win a
Prize Than
Towns.
In These Two
BLUE RSBBON FLOUR
25-Ifo Sack SOc
50-!b Sack $ 1 .55
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Cash Grocery.
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Well, good people, here are two more
mammoth vote inducements for the
forthcoming ten days in the Bourbon
News big prize competition and let me
tell vou THERE WILL BE NO BET
TER OFFERS MADE AT ANY FU
TURE TIME DURING THE CON
TEST. Take a tip from the campaign
manager and get in on them. While
these big offers are not quite as large
as the one which came to a close last
Tuesday night, nevertheless, under
these schedulps, your votes will count
up very rapidly.
HERE ARE THE OFFERS.
The campaign manager will give
9,000 extra votes in addition to tne
usual number, on every dollar's worth
of NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS turned into
the News office betore Monday, No
vember 18 at 9 p.,m. and 8,U00 'Extra
Votes on every dollar's worth of old
subscriptions turned in before the
above mentioned time. This means
that you get.1,000 more votes on every
dollar's worth of new subscriptions
than you do on old so that every candi
date will show4' good judgment in go
ing after the New Subscriptions.
Keep up an active, vigorous campaign
for new readers of the News; don't
let any of the new ones get away from
ycu for that extra thousand votes on
each dollar may come in right handv
at the end. We want new subscrip
tions especially but of course don't
neglect the old subscribers for many of
them will be gladato help you if you
will onlv ask.
Another Held that candidates should
make an active effort to cover during
the next ten days is Millersburg and
North Middletown. So far we have
no realy active candidates in either of
these towns and there id an unusuallv
good opportunity for candidates from
there to start in right now and pick up
a prize very easily. As a special in
ducement for new candidates to Jstart
in this field, we will give 9,000 extra
votes on both OLD AND NEW SUB
SCRIPTIONS secured in Millersburg
or North Middletown between now and
the 18th of November. Thus you se
cure the same number of votes on old
subscriptions here as vou do on new
subscriptions. So trv and see all your
friends in these two towns before the
18th.
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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
worthy fabrics
That's What We
Offer Youe,
Large assortment of Overcoats and Raincoats
For Your Inspection.
Stetson, Korrect Shape and Dr. Reed's
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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
Clothes.
Get Your Next Boy's &M&
Suit Here-Learn what p?
it means to natronize a ss&H
store that sells satisfac
tion. You'll discover that
there's no store that con
siders i t s customer's
profit first, that gives all
you pay for.
Boy's Suits, Ages
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Bring the little "dimpled darlings"
to Dotj's Studio. Mr. L. Grinnan will
take baby's photo free for 30 days.
Alleged Hunters Draw Fine.
Ed Igo and Clay Laughlin, two white
men of the Morth Middletown nre-
cinct. arrested by Game Warden James
Gibson on a charge of violating the
game laws of the State were tried
Wednesday afternoon before Justice J.
J. Redmon in North Middletown, and
each assessed a fine of S20 and costs.
These are the first arrests and convic
tions in this county for violations of
the new Kentucky game laws.
Hot Chili.
Genuine Mexican chili concarne at
all hours. Made from the real Mexi
can receipe.
It J. CRAVEN.
Many Watch Election Returns.
Tuesday evemngfrom the time the
first returns of the election were re
ceived and flashed upon the canvas in
front of the store of Mayor J.T. Hinton,
hundreds thronged the streets until
the results indicated the election of
Wilson and Marshall, and many re
mained late in the night.
Mayor HintonJ who has been untir
ing in his efforts toward the Demo
cratic nominees, made arrangements
to receive the returns, which were
flashed on.a screen on the old .Baptist
church property.
The returns were received over the
wires of' the Western Union TelegraDh
Co., and Mr. John McDermott, the nc
commodatingg and efficient manager,
with his corps of assistants, is to be
congratulated on tfce quick and accu
rate service rendered the public in get
ting the returns from all parts of "the
country and handling the numerous
bulletins.
Special Sale
On
Toadies' and Misses9 Suits
Mvery Suit in the House
MARKED DOWN
Over 200 New and Up-to-Date Suits From
Which to Make Your Selection
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$3500 Suits, now
25.00 Suits, now -.
20.00 Suits, now - t - -
15.00 Suits, now - - -
Norfolk Suits in Blue, Brown and Black
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$24.75
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