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title: 'The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, November 22, 1912, Image 1',
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PUBLISHED EVFRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
PARIS, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912
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I EastTenn. Phone 288 Home Phone 130 I
THERE IS NO Hi
LIKE THE PRESENT.
Owrc (tfa;fr Gwrfs in
Weight, Fineness, Durability,
Our display of Sterling Silver is the largest,
finest, and more complete than everjshown
in Paris. Goods of Quality only pleasing
to the eye:ornamental to the home prac
tical for service.
Prices the Vert jCowest
We Cordially Invite Your Inspection of Our Display
of Sterling Wares, Novelties and New
Fall Styles in Jewelry.
The House of Quality
i dilute a runiArN.
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 Coffee, Santo's, per Ib . . . .. .- 25e
Fancy DrfedTeach esrertlB.11"1.?? ffTTtf. . . .12 l-12c
Choice Dried Peaches, per lb 10c
Bulk Mince Meat, per lb 10c
Package Mince Meat, per lb 8 l-3c
Navy Beans, per -lb , 6c
Kidney Beans, per lb 8c
Mixed Beans, per lb 5c
Cracked Homney , per lb 3c
We Guarantee Weight and Quality.
BLUE RIBBON FLOUR
25-lb Sack SOc
T. C. LENIHAN,
Both Phones 234
"WE KNOW HOW"
If You Want That Handsome
Five - Passenger Studebaker
Touring Car, You Must Put
Forth Your Most Active Efforts
During the Next Few Days.
That the Big Bonus Vote Offer
Is In Force It's Your Last
Chance to Take Advantage of
This Magnificent Vote Offer,
For the Vote Schedule Will
Take a Big Drop After This
Offer Expires, and Continue so
Until the Close of the Contest.
TWO SPECIAL PRIZES
Will Be Given to the Two Con
testants Who Turn In the Most
Money on Subacriptions Dur
ing This Big Offer Work Now
as You Have Never Worked
Before, For the Next Few
Days' Efforts Mean a Lot to
EL Both Phones 234 $T
Get What You Pay For
-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 i t s customer's
profit first, that gives all
you pay for.
Boy's Suits, Ages
7 to 1?
$5 to $10
As bas been demonstrated many,
many times, the person who is going
to accomplish something in the future
never accomplishes anything. Today
is the day of all days to do things.
Never put off until tomorrow, or next
week, or the week after, that which
can be done today, as tomorrow may
never come. Also remember that de
lays are dangerous, as it is always the
unexpected that haDpens at the most
inopportune moments. So cet busy
during this big vote offer and gather
in all subscriptions possible; for as
sure as the sun rises the vote schedule
will take a big drop after this offer
expires, and continue so until the close
of the campaign.
Don't give heed to the croakers and
drones who are too lazy to work them
selves, and who would be craz to use
you a winner.
They will endeavor to Fap vour en
thusiaem by malignant hints as to the
alleged unfairness of a contest. Thry
will conjure up imaginary competitors
with millions of viitfs in reserve, or
tell you some example of a contest
in bygone days in which they worked
like .slaves and got nothing. Of
course these persons never did any
thing of the kind. Possibly one or
two may have embarked in some com
petition in a'halfheartedway and be
came fatigued after the first week.
They are of the species that were
born tired and will remain so ever
after. These very same peuple con
demn a contest and say it is unfair,
when they really know nothing
about it. They do not even stop to
investigate, but keep on knocking.
They are of the species who gOBsip
about their neighbors when their
backs are turned, but tell them nice
things when they meet them face to
face. 'J hev are haditual knockers who
knock their city and their state just
to have something to talk about.
The management of the Bourbon
News cordially invites the contestants
and their friends to call at the office
and see the ByBtem under which the
campaign is run. It is a system that
can't be beaten and one that can't
beat you. There is no possible way
that anyone can tell how many votes
any contestant has in reserve unless
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Clothes that look good when you buy them
and look equally good after youVe worn them.
Clothes that are smart in style, out ftom
1 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 Men Paris, Kentucky
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! FRANK & CO S
I The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
PR16E& 60. Glowers
Erecting New Office Building.
The Templin Lumber Co.. which at
the last meeting of the city council
was granted a permit to erect an office
building; on South Main street, has- be
gun tearing away the old structure ad
joining the property of Mr. O. Ed
wards and in a few days will begin the
construction of a concrete building.
Mr Wm. Hargis Earlywine and
Miss Viola Jean Ritchie, both of Nich
olas county, procured a marriage li
cense in this citv yesterday and were
united in marriage by Hev. J. S.
Simms in the parlors of the Windsor
Mr. Dillard Fitzp atrick and Miss
Stella Willoughby, both of Bourbon. J
were married by Squire L, .f. Fretwell ,
in his private office in the court house.
The marriage of Miss Inez B,
Glass, of Lexington, to Mr. Edward i
K. Mann, of Lexineton, formerly of
this city, wss quietly c lebratedat the
Loujsvilla Hotel, in Lovim' jlje Tuesday
night. The ceremonr y .5 rjcrtoTtiei
by Rev. E. G. B. Mann, an uncle of
Mr. Mann, who is 1 s-n of Mr.
Fletcher Mann. fonur of this city,
and a brother of Mr. Fiord Mann and
Mrs. Frank Bryan, of ins. is an em
ploye of the Lexiiuio' Whr )es?in Dry
1 Goods Company. vhiJe la bude is one
iof the most popular yuuog women 1 f
Lexington. . f . ,
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Suits and Cloaks
Every Ladies' and Misses
Suit and Cloak
In Our Entire Stock
40 New and Up-to-Date Ladies' Suits, sizes 16 to 40, that
formerly sold at $25 Special Sale Price $1 6.75
Closing out all Shoes$1.00 to $1.98 a pair.
Millinery at Less Than Cost of Materials.
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