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Wf HE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBERS, 1912
Two Very Unusual
From the Ready-to-Weat Dep'i.
Each Lot Limited in Quantity
Though Representing Many Styles
We place of sale forty women's and misses' coats. All
this season's make and designs. They come in chinchil
las, winter weight serges and tan and gray mixtures.
A limited number of women's dresses in finest velvet, silk
corduroy, challe and serges, mostly in sizes 34, 36 ana 38.
Camp Fire School Dresses
Shown Here Exclusively
It is not necessary for your daughter to be a Camp Fire
Girl to wear one of these dresses. They are excellent in
style for school wear. A nation-wide sensation. Visit
our Suit Department and see these popular and attractive
garments for girls and young women.
These Dresses come in two styles. Simple but effec
tive models; representing an entirely new idea in clothing
for girls. Every dress bears an official registered lable
trade mark of the Camp Fire Girls' organization, which
gives assurance that these are the official dresses as en
dorsed by the national officers in New York City.
Wolf, Wile & Co.
Formerly Kaufman, Straus & Co,
Building Lots For Business Houses For
Sale at Auction.
Being a non-resident of Paris, I have decided to sell at public outcry on
Saturday, November 16, 1912, at 2 p. m.,
on tne .premises, my property situated
Paris. Kv. The propertv, which was
the Pulleii place, consists of a parcel
and extending back 100 feet, m r or
The property is especially adapted for building sites for business houses,
unrl will he nffpvfrA in fiinr lor?., i- ph frrmfino- 92 fppr rn Mnin srrPt rlimi I
otsNo. 1 and 2. containing the house, will be offered together, then entire
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The property is locatect ne.u the
shady side of the street, and
one, as the demand ior ousine-s nouses and sites ior same is steaouy in
creasing. TERMS Liberal and made known on day of tale. D. M. CURRY.
For further information, address Harris & Speakes, Paris, Ky.
Desiring to dissolve partnership, we, the undersigned, will sell at public
Wednesday, November 27,1912
at 11 o'clock, a. m., on the premises, our farm bituated on the Offutt pike,
two miles from Leesburg, Ky.
The farm, which was formerly and still is perhaps better known as the
David Allen farm, contains 183 acres, 103 acres now in grass, balance in high
state of cultivation. It is well watered and the fencing is good, being
mostly new woven wire. The improvements consist ot a two story frame
residence of 8 rooms, 2. tobacco burns, stock barns, doublp corn crib and
other outbuildings, all in good repair. It is convenient to churches and
Am one in the market for a good farm, well improved, should attend
this sale. This is an opportunity.'to secare a desirable farm, as it must be
sold to close out a partnership business.
TERMS: Liberal and made known on day of sale,
A. J. SKILL-MAN,
R D. KENAKER, Agent,
For further information address either of above, or Harris , & Speakes,
Geo. D. Speakes, Auctioneer.
SPECIAL ROUND-TRIP FARES TO
Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama
Long Return Limit. Foil Stop-Over Privileges.-
Three through daily trains to Florida, via Oueen& Crescent
Houte. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Elec
trically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-Room
Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches.
For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to
H. C. KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main St., Lexington, Ky.
$10.00 and $15.00
Instead of $15.00,
$20.00 and $25.00
on the west side of Main street, in
formerly and perhaps better known as
of land, fronting SS feet on Main street
less, and containing a large two-story
center ot the business district, on the
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would make an excellent investment for any
Winter Tourist Tickets
NOW ON SALE
ALL WINTER RESOKTS
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ANOTHER BIG BONUS
A number of the contestants have
asked the campaign manager if thev
could only spcure votes and subscrip
tions in their own district. This is a
mistaken idea. Votes and subscrip
tions may be secured from anybody,
tinvwhere thai we can send the paper
at the regular newspaper mail rate.
If you have a friend in some other dis
trict, some other county, or some other
state, go after him by letter.tdephone
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or in person and get his subscription.
Don t let any of them escape you.
Keep ud an active campaign from now
until the end. After the contest is
over, you will probably be able to
think of a great many places where
you might have secured a subscription
if vou had only gone after it. Don't
let this happen. Think of the possible
piospects now. Now is the time you
need them most. Just remember there
is a handsome Studebaker Five Pas
enger Touring Car at the Bourbon Ga
rage or the choice of several handsome
prizes at Shire & Fithian's that you
might just as well have. Thev are
there waiting for owners and jou
might just as well be one of the lucky
ones it you will only get busy now.
Following aie the schedules of votes
on both old and new subscriptions be
tween now and the 18th of November.
This schedule includes the 9,000 extra
vi tes on new subsciptions and the
8,000 votes on old subcsiptions.
SCHEDULE OF VOTES
On New Subscriptions. Also on
both old and new subscriptions se
cured in Millersburg and North Mid
dletown, Nov. 6bh to 13th inclusive.
12 Years 248,000
10 years 207,000
8 Years 167,500
5 Years 105,000
4 Years 83.000
3 Years 61,200
2 Years 40,500
1 Year 19,800
6 Months 9,G00
SCHEDULE OF VOTES,
On Old Subscriptions Nov. 6th
12 Years 224,000
10 Years 187,000
Years 55 200
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS.
The list of candidates and the (num
ber of votes each has will be printed
in this paper each issue. Votes must
be in this office at noon previous to the
day of publication. Votes coming in
after that time will be published in
the next issue.
DISTRICT NO. 1
Miss Hazel Duvall
Mis3 Flora Hill
Miss Matilda James..
Miss Frances Kenney
Robt. A. Rose
Mrs. Lizzie Burke
Mrs. Leer Stout
Miss Ida Paynter
Miss Elemeta Hinton
j Miss Mary Brown
O. P. Carter, Jr
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Miss Elsie Thomas.
Iiss Bob -rorris os's"
yjctor O'Neal 9'iJ
DISTRICT NO. 2.
'Miss Will Davis Judy
Mrs. Bert Hash
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Mrs Wm. Fans 11.750
j Mrs. Clark Leer 12,125
Miss Laura Bell Faulconer 23,675
Miss Ida Cumber, 10,850
Miss Sallie K. Peterson...-. 40,375
Miss Jennie Bramel 26,950
j Miss Ida Bell Tate 27,450
Miss Bessie Ewalt 16,675
Lucian Terrell 4,875
Misa Mary Ginn 11,450
Miss Lillie Martin 40,975
Miss Shady Shanks 40,975
Miss Katherine Linvillp. 1 .19
I Miss Willie McNamara 1,000
Miss Aleda Wilson 1,000
Address all nominations and commu
nications to the Campaign Manager
The Bourbon News, Paris, Ky.
DOTY'S STUDIO, 'OFFICIAL PHO
TOGRAPHERS. Doty's-Studio has been appointed the
Official Photographers of the Big Au
tomobile and Prize Capmaign. A nic
ture of each of the contestants will be
taken free and the photos of the leading-candidates
will be published' in the
News during the campaign. Secure an
order from the canmaign manager and
be tne first to have vour nhoto'publish
ed. Until further notice nn
Fill out as directed and send 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 1 9
'GREAT AUTOMOBILE AND PRIZEICAMPAIGN
This Coupon will Count for 25 VOTES
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Insurance Suit Involves Big
A million or two million dollars, it
is believed, is involved in the outcome
of an agreed suit soon to be filed in
the Franklin Circuit Court by the
Metropolitan Insurance Company
against the State Insurance Depart
ment to enjoin it from collecting data
concerning former policy holders m
the old Sun Life Insurance Company.
The Sun company, which was merg
ed into the Metropolitan, did an indus
trial insurance business, and had thou
sands of policy holders in this State.
The law governing the operations of
these companies Drovides for a partici
pating policy, nonforfeitable after five
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The law provides that its terms cannot
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be waived by
any stipulation in the
policy or contract with the insured.
The nurpose was to protect the rights
of the class of people who take cut
small policies on weekly payments. It
is said that the Metropolitan," which
does a big industrial business, has ab
sorbed twenty-seven such companies
in the United States.
It is claimed that a considerable
portion of the policies lapsed before
becoming due, and it is alleged by the
State that many of the Sun cnniDany's
policies lapsed alter 'they had been
paid for five years, and thereby be
came incontestable with a cash sur
render value, which liability, the de
partment claims, has been transferred
to the Metiupolitsn.
For several months representatives
of the insurance department have been
in New York ., collecting information
about the policy holders in the Sun
company. The Metropolitan, it is re
ported, agreed to publish a list of the
policies which had been paid up for
rive years by their numbers, and pay
them as claims were presented. To
this the department declined to agree,
but did consent that the company
should file an injunction on an asreed
statement of facts to test the right of
the department to take a list of the
claimants with the evidence irom the
books of the cmnany.
Ancients Knew of Elevators.
That the ancient Romans knew
how to works lifts is the latest discov
ery reported from Rome in connection
with the Palatine excavations. Pre
Romulan remains have been found, in
cluding 12 ancient lifts. One of the
latter, which descends into the earliest
known city, is now being cleaned and
put into working order for the Arch
Wonderful Power of Love.
He who lias a pure and unselfish,
love for any one being in the universe
has thereby a new life, new powers,
new possibilities, and new perceptions
of all; and the very universe itself is
a new universe to him, as viewed from
his new center of love and light. H.
The story goes that Java was lost to
the British crown through geographic
al ignorance. When the British were
negotiating -with the Dutch early in
the last century, a trembling secretary
pointed out to Lord Liverpool that the
Dutch claimed the island of Java.
"Java, where is Java? Let 'em liave
it" roared his lordship.
Conversation During Meals.
The world long ago "was forced to
admit the important relationship be
tween mind and matter, and when one
is occupied by matter eating food
the mind should also be brought into i
play. Say something bright. Pay a '
few compliments, tell a bright anec- f
dote, chat of the pleasant and lighter
things in life during all jour meals.
Profit in Travel.
It is worth -while to journey, to
learn how deceptive is that mirage
which forms itself out of distance and
nothingness; how good is the land
about us, and the life that requires no
translation to be understood. N. S.
Shaler. , n
Tribute to American Sailor.
By all who know him, it is conced
ed that the American sailor is a clean
and thorough athlete. He takes a
deep interest in anything he tackles,
and so, to make his athletic endeavors
correspond with his otherwise high
standing, he goes in for clean work,
and if he wins he is modest and if he
loses he is the first to congratulate
win be allowed to poll more than a !
sufficient number of votes to place
their standing 10,000 votes in sdvance
of the leader of the preceding issue.
For intsance, if A had 14,975 votes in
today's issue, you would be allowed
enough to place your standing 50.965
votes in the next issue. As manv sub
scriptions as you wish may be turned
in and vote ballots will be issued' and
I returned to you.
Curtis Henry & Co.,
Groceries, Drygoods, Fresh and Cured
Meats, Vegetables, Fruits, Etc.
Both Phones 442
We Want Your Trade on the Merits of Our Goods.
Everything We Sell is Guaranteed.
Our accommodations are the best in town -A
new Auto Delivery, PolitelAttention and
Always a Special Effort to Please : : :v :
A Few Things Others Haven't Might Interest You:
Cream Flour, French Bread,; Golden Sun
Coffee, Sweet-Orr Overalls, American Beauty
Corsets, Royal Tailoring and manythersjtoo
numerous to mention. Give us a trial.
Yours for morejbusiness.
CURTIS HENRY CO.
LCor. 1 4th and Main
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L Wollstcin, Proprietor.
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 yon.
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 your 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 y our stock for a trial and
see what they do. You will sell them for years if j ou sell them one week.
For Smoking-GOLDEN GLOW-PENNY POST-FULL PAY.
ForChewing-INDEX-BY JOE TWIST -CUP -DAY'S WORK -ON THE SQUARE-TORCHUGHT-STRATER'S
STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH
BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, LouuvilW, Ky.
Schloss Bros., & Co.,
Hand Made 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 (Line 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. I
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tobacco should be every smoker s and
chewer's chofce since it is your choicest
growth. 40.000 men, each telling ten
friends, will thus get a powerful sales
message tonearly 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
' 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