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PUBLISHED EVFRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
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VOLUME XXXI
PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912
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COMPLETELY EQUIPPED
$985.00
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W Horsepower 110-in. Wheel Base
S-Pssinger Tour- Timken Bearings
nig Car Prestolite Tank
Reiny Magneto Clear Vision Wind
Warner Speedeomter Shield
Mohair Top and Boot All Bright Parts
Tires 32x3 Q. D. Nickel'Plated
DEMONSTRATIONS SOLICITED
M. J, LAVIN
Distributor For Bourbon County
Eighth and Main Streets, Paris, Kentucky
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For Christmas
17-lb. Sugar 1.00
2 Cans of Standard Corn 15c
Or 1 Dozen Cans for 80c
Standard Tomatoes, per can 10c
Seeded Raisins, 16 oz. pkg 10c
Currents, 10 oz pkg- 12 l-2c
Layer Raisins, per lb -, 10c and 12 l-2c
Figs, 12 oz. pkg 10c
Dates, 12 oz. pkg 10c
Dates in bulk, per lb 10c
Citron, perglb 20c
Plum Pudding ". 30c
Mixed Nuts, per lb 15c
Mixed Candies of all kinds.
Fire Works.
Come arsd See Us and We Will
Save You Money
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ed Grand Prize in Contest
Which Came to a Close
Saturday Night
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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
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 17
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VOTES OF CONTESTANTS
GO INTO THE MILLIONS
Other Winners in Contest Which
Was Inaugurated 2 Months
Ago Several Express
Their Thanks
With the High School Band playing
its delightful muic and with hundreds
of people in front of the News office
where the final count was made, the
Bourbon News Automobile and Prize
CamDaign came to a briliant close last
Saturday night.
Several weeks ago the Bourbon'News
raade the announcement that it would
give away a Studebaker touring car
and a number of other valuable prizes
to the popular people in this vicinity.
Within a short time following the in
itial announcement neople from all
over this section of Kentucky were en
tered in this great race.
All the candidates have been gainers
even if their names do not appear on
the list of prize winners. They have
increased their circle of acquaintances
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In Selecting a
Christmas Present
For Father, Brother or Sweetheart,
Come to our store, we will show
you the very latest of styles at the
right prices in
Shirts
Ties
Gloves
Sox
Underwear
Shoes
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Suits Jewelry
Overcoats Watch Charms
Sweaters Cuff Buttons
Trunks Scarf Pins
Suit Cases Telescopes -
Hats Fur Caps Umbrellas
HUNTING OUTFITS
Our Specialty in Dux Back Clothing and Witch-Elk
Shoes from 6 to 1 8 inches in height.
Also a Most Attractive Line of
Ladies' Gloves and Hose
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Paris, Kentucky
MISS LILLIE MARTIN.
Who Was Sucessful in Winning the
Grand Prize, a Studebaker Touring
Car, in the News' CamDaiizn.
and have cemented the bonds of friend
ship even closer than when admiring
friends placed their names before the
public as a candidate for honors.
Among the congratulations received
bv the fortunate were those of the can
didates who were in the race against
them, Dersonal friends in many cases,
who had come to the close lacking a
few thousand votes of winning. It
requires a good deal of spirit to put up
a battle of this nutnre and it takes a
strong will to be a cheerful loser, but
we are sure that this is the way the
contestants feel who did not win in
the big race
The Bourbon News desires to thank
the contestants and their friends for
the interest taken and the good work
which has been done in adding to the
subscriDtion list. t It sincerely regrets
that it Knot able tc eive a prize to
every contestant, for all worked hard
and deserved to win one of the coveted
prizes and it hopes that those v ho did
win will enjoy them to the utmost.
DECISION OK THE JUDGES.
We, the undersigned, named to act
as judges in the Bourbon News Auto
mobile and Prize Campaign, were
present and took charge of the ballot
box atk9:30 p. m. Saturday, December
7, and immediately proceeded to count
the votes. The counting was com
pleted at a late hour Saturday night
and the result made known to the man
agement of the campaign. The fig
ures given below are the result of our
count.
W. G. McCLINTOCK.
C. K. THOMAS,
THOS. W. ALLEN.
Winner of Grand Prize
A Studebaker-Flanders Touring Car.
Miss Lillie Martin 3,559,975.
First District.
First Prize, Robt. A.'Rose 2.657,525
Second Prize, Miss Hazel Duvall
2,174,275
Third Prize. Miss Frances
1,488,525.
Fourth Prize, Miss Ida
1,292,750.
Second District.
First Prize, Mrs. Wm.
342,975.
Second Prize, Miss Laurel
Faulconer 378,525.
Third Prize, Miss Shadie Shanks
320,850.
Fourth Prize, Miss Sallie K. Peter
son -118,825.
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The Store Where Reliability Reigns.
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Following are expressions of thanks
from several of the candidates, who
took part in the contest, addressed to
the News and which came to this office
unsolicited :
Card from Miss Martin.
I deiire to thank through your col
umns the friends who so generously
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$35.00 Suits... ; ." $19.75
25.00 Suits ' ..:...::.... 16.75
20.00 Suits -! 12.75
15.00 Suits '....- 10.75
Ladies' Coats
$25.00 Values for '- :$15.00
20.00 Values for .' 10.00
15.00 Values for S.95
Children's COats All Reduced in Price
Toys and Dolls Now On Display
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Christmas Giving
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