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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f Ii OTHECL f CITY TIMESli jhIj i t JIt C SlQO M Tear In Advance WeMiere MlCJtf City the SnrreBDling Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher I j VOL XV OLA3 qitlY key IURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 J9lO NO 46 L Hickory Supply Vanishing Wllrn n that the original sup ply of hickory the best AmefiD can fuel wood and too most diffi cult to replace in case of a short age of American hardwoods is approaching exhaustion is given in a bulletin of the Department of Agriculture complied by Fort est Assistant Anton T Boisson and J A Newlin engineer in timber teas It shows that Virginia hickory the chief source of supply is disappearing rapidly and that there are no foreign sources which can be drawn upon when the home supplies are exhausted Prices it is pointed out are bound to advance because of the high technical value of hickory coupled with the fast at diminishing supply The bulletin says hickory has a number of important special uses for which no satisfactory substi tutions known that fully 40 tier cent of the merchantable hickory cut each year is wasted that the total amount of hickory consumed iVhiitinlly probably is not less than 459000000 feet that the vehicle industry takes r about 05 per cent of the total out that there are now about 100000000 acrtisqu which hickory i is growing naturally and Jthat hickory users should coop eruTe to prevent shortage t 1Tlttotal c3izli i e re lnooti byinmttiyir lag as it did jusf after sundown andover a full moon afforded a splendid opportunity for it to be seen to the best possible ad vantage k 0 Every Body Needs a good salvo und Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve is the best It is n creamy snow white ointment Guar anteed for all skin diseases i5o sold everywhere ITWhen you are for your New Suit We are ready forjvou The new spring Styles we are showing in mens J and young mens suits will appeal to j the moSt critical and exacting dresser- It will pay you to see the excellent range of Styles patterns and colors we are showing We have clothing that appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in andglance J throughyou will appreciate the grace drape style and exccllece of fit and finishrWe are showing a splendid line of Mens Spring J1lts i The fabrics were teedand well seleEtedmuchcategiven to the cut ting and fakingthe fit and finish willstand the best scrutiny We honestly believe then the finest gar ments in the State andyoull agree with us once ypu see them J For Commissioner of Agriculture Mr J VV Newman Who now holds the position of secretary of the State Eair this week Hri nounces that he will be a candi duke before the Dcmocr ticJlm pm1rFtyinajion for the office of Commissioner of Agriculture For sJ rand Immigration being ambi tious to serve the farmers of the State in that capacity ltlr Newman goes to Porto Rico this month by appointment of the United States Department of Ag riculture to superintend prepa rations of all exposition to be held on that island the coming year but expects to return to Kentucky in time to engage in a canvass for the nomination ho seeksInland Farmer Dr O B Dicksnn dentist from Ashland will be at the Hell Hiver howl this city Thursday Friday ancb Siiturday November 2J 25 ana SC to pra4tice hiss profes SII A v Will At yAwn W G Patrick nmerehantmind farmer at KimI IhavQ U public sale of tall his personal property including stock of goods live stock crop and other accessories of the farm See posters fur particulars Mr Pat tJVIf fiHli t 1uIif u- hest citizens a is n piaterial toss to the co tmty Our best wishes go with him to his new homo Whooping Cough It is an old saying that whooping cough must run its course but the use of Dr Bells PineTar Honey hits demonstrated beyond doubt that fuuli to not the case It can i be cured by the uo of this remedy I SHIMFESF1Sf4 j t J 1 il1c f 1 p wI 11 t fEffect of flood Roads VThev BUbstitUtidn of good for bad roAdat wptild directly reduce the cosrof jiyiiig by reducing the haulage posMiri food products olt Has bedn n by actual figures tliat InYeeryr case where the rol1dhe be improved the ratal populiCtJrin has increased To quote Senator J H Bank head of A1l ama The tread qf popghil ion from country to cjtyjs mopb apparent in those section s of the puutry whiclfare isolated byrpajson of bad roads An example illustrating this point hUBbe rcite by the Unit ed States RoadsJin which itTiJshown that in 25 counties sliOAyfng an increase of population from 1890 to 1000 averaging 80OdOto the county 40 per cent of tho roads were im proved and maintained in first cross condition while in 25 counties in the san10statess showing a loss of population in the same period fo 80Jto time county on ly a little roads verb adouatelyltnproved It is tar ly time case that the average iltcr se ieless than 20 pet enti of tl51otalvel1uo while numerous enples citti bQ cited of increasPs Ssiceeding 100 per cent The iKsk Federal census taken In IJMJfcfihows that there has been tihlhorease in the farm value of tliej United States a tnnutiting Jj ipercedt and that Jr four m+ Jttd i 9 show n depreciation of farm vial ues Massachusetts shows the largest percentage of increase in these values find this increase has developed since the policy of state aid for rood improvement WitS adopted prior to this time the farm values in that state depreciating It is estimated that 40000000 of the 80000 000 at present annually spenrjjn America on roads migljtr 8 well be thrown into the sec t itlta system of scientific Feierftl supervision like ps Bridgendsum could not nly be satedmat be applied with treble efficiency Southern Agriculturist 0 Price of LIvIngComInglown J Ogden Armour the Chicago packer said thatnot only had there been redutipus in the price of meats dud other stockyards products but that the prevail ing tendency Was oward u still lower level lie ascribed the lower prices to the bumper corn crop and increased cattle receipts Reports from cities in nil sections of di country con firm the packers statements Costly Politics One of the successful candidates for Congress In Pennsylva nia was forced ilito bankruptcy the day after time election and another candidate was not per niitted tomake the final race be cause ho spent so rnnch in the Republican primary though he hId thereby won the nomination In seems that politics are even more expensiveih other states tjiftif Kentucky Out ilea of k sfrongminded malt iswe who doesnt try to make tutexenseafter making a mmllSkale iJ y l 1 61lopvJ Tr V j r r r Thanksgiving Day Next Thursday is Thanksgiv ink and as usual we may expect to see it celebrated by excessive hunting and feasting There is not an individual in the world but what may look around them and see something for which they may return thanks to God who made us Some hove more than others to be thankful for but will they be as thankful It seems that he who should be the most thankful for what he has is generally the least thankful eHigh License In the recent local option election contest at Bowling Green tho whiskey people preached up high license and the city after three dry seasons concluded to try the high license and the city council has decided to make it high sure enough placing the li cense at 5000 per year Eight saloons applied for license at these extraordinary high figures It seems that blind tiger privi greatdealJ H Crow of the mouth of Lulbegrud was here yesterday for medicine fdr his youngest brother Nathan B Orow Jr who is in very poor health Dr Bells Antiseptic is guaranteed for eczema salt rheum totter rJ8- js ippet Zr sunburn and Ie It ringlrunbiugsI h1 An exchange shouts Down with corn liquor No trouble about that if its good corn liquor Nearly all the big States elect ed Democratic Governors J Its a poor candidate who cantttbe elected before the voting r begins 1 Right or ten new Democratic 1 Senators in a lump that is going some Subscribe for the 1imelliA Valuable GiftRTo the first fifty subscribers new or old who pay their subscriptions a year in advance we will give free of charge a years subscription to the Southern Agriculturist Nash yule Tenn worth 50 cents We positively have only 50 sub scriptions to this fine semimonthly farm paper to dispose of in this way and the first calls will get them Do you want one Sample copies of the Southern AgJriculturist may be had free of charge at our olllce NOTICE TO HUNTERS SKC 1259 KENTUCKY STATUTES Any person who shall Outer upon the inclosed lands of another for the purpose of shooting hunting or fishing without the consent of the owner or occupant of said lands shall be fined not less than five nor more than twentyfive dollars The following land holders hereby warn all persons not to shoot hunt or otherwise trespass upon their propertyMrs 11 Mountz 1 1IEatonY 1iorUs IIJ c J E Burgher Your name will be insertedunder this head during the entire open season for only SOc Cash must be sent in advance Dr Bells PineTarHoneyF- or Coughs and Colds SALT l1 i Just received a car load of the gen- uineOldKanawhaSalt i I i This is the best Salt for preserving meat I a is absolutely pure We have it in f 1and pound and seven bushel barrels M h we are selling at per barrel Ig 280 pound at 150 a Barrel 1 7 Bushel 185 I We also have a line of 1 General Merchandise 1 which we are selling at a close margin p WALDRON JOHNSONrfj tt Waltersvilie Ky IIiiiEMiiia I f P I If Ii i a 10 THE TIMES n i i ltltxiibu tvVKUX tUUUSUAI Hubscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance S3 J E Uurghcr Publisher Entered as gecondclass mail matter Thursday Nov 17 1910 One of our Republican ex changes give as the reason for their loss in the East that it was s because the leaders of the party hud betrayed the people and seemed to think it a pity that the r whole people must suffer on the I Account of these leaders near dightedness In the same column this paper said Langley von on leis record which was a most brill iant one Langley voted for ev try measure that caused the go- p to lose in other states The difference is enough of the peo r file up East know when to vote for a change but down it the Teutu iiicy nave moro to learn yoi With the paper Consistency thou art a jewel 0Its hardiuol7tor the Adminis tration to to admit H considerable deiicit in the nu tional revenues forOctoner and for the fiscal year It was hop tld that just before the election a surplus could be announced But the income cannot keep up with the outgo of a Republican Administration t TIe record that elects Lang ley in Kentucky defeats Republicans elsewhere by overwhelm hit majorities The old saying The American people like to Le humbugged cannot be so force fully applied anywhere as in the Tenth Orlcb Powers will have a big ger job at Wushingti two years hence making away with a Dem ocratic President than he did of making way itha Democratic Qovcniui if Kentucky test years itjjo but Caleb is bigger now too Abraham Lincoln didnt know John Langley or ho would not have ritten tliiq phrase You can fool all the people for a while but you cant fool all the people all the while A woman lecturer in Chicago says that man is a useless crea ture That may be true but wed like to know where woman would jjet alimony if there were no lien John Langley has fooled us all in the Tenth He first fooled e uough votes to elect him and fooled the rest of us because he could fool ao ninny that way The Colonels admission that bo found one honest man in Wall fit reel maybe an admission that he has been in Wall street and I thinks he found himself Langloya boasted influence with Senator Elkins and othe- i list ingui6heVbi7Hlfow8at Washington will not amount to much this time In many places Republicans lay all the blame forisuch heavy losses to the negroes who they claim deserted them by the whole sale Roosevelt had better stayed a way from New York and just write letters over there like he did for Langley over here It is necess ryrreally when you come to think about it that Langley go back to Wasningfbn SOilS to introduce Caleb Teddys statement that the people of this country have brains hos beep verified by the last election There are 12000 reasonable Republicans in the Eleventh district There are not so many in the Tenth Uncle Joe Cannon will have to be good now with Chump Clark in the Speakers chair and a Democratic Rouse In former campaigns it was Utllo full dinner pull Thin year it was the full market basket The Largest Corn Crop Jessamine county it is claimed has produced the largest yiejd of corn ever known In 1810 Gen James Shelby of Fjlyette county received from t lie Agricultural Society a prem ium for the most odtfctjvo five acres ofcorn Re five acres yielded b60 bpshels r110O bas els per acre but K the patue n rU of Jussuyear Walter Ig mine county who then lived in the eastern part of it gathered by disinterested parties from two acres of u field of corn the enormous yield Of 195 and 19St bushels respectively which stands so far as known as the largest yield ever obtained from a similar area Jessamine JournalLadies and Misses dont fail to tWO our new Full and Winter line of Queen Quality and Boston Kavorite shore we have theta in Sv eiie Patent leather Gun metal Dull kid and plain kidin both button and lace liurdwick do Co Stanton SPOUT SPRING Green Clemons of Virden was here Tuesday to buy cows Our teacher Miss Jeannette Tipton visited home folks at Ir vine over Sunday Elder GeoW McIntosh preach ed Sunday morning at the Lone Oak school house W J Christopher Sr was to SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Care Is recognized as the standard poultry remedy of the world It U tho one remedy thAt can be depended on absolute certainty to cure and prevent Gapes Cholera ItoupL- lmberneck DIarrhOea undU existing forms of poultry din rascn A few drops in the drinking w fowls ami ttuev2 t tl 0111 trtJLJlo u + ghiue ie Jotp uza o rr nillcklit44tnil othc tt u ues to utt y s Bourbon fowtry lureHAS NO EQUAL MnWWIUUWnlfopW 7ji K7 says I I MrFPawPMltKyiyiiIityaf Lan been I1cu y fitiyyeirdnd I o eom rapes Bourbon PoullrJ CuraisthemotostidigoryteinedytbyriingrhemnairboaPoulrry Cure InnJ J have ever used for Cholera red a sure cure or tDeck ManufaCltlml Bourbon Remedy Co- At Iaeerporrted- yI only KJ U S It fu All Lending DrugoUts GOo per Bottle Trial Vial Free Violauy Swanri Day Lbr Co Hardwick toj Clay City Stanton J i I I I i I K1N see relativesinplark county a few days this lt 101 Elder Geor offWM Itont ft aCO u business piiibntFridayV ifThe roads inrthis part fthe county nreIioWhi butter c COnd- ition than they have been at anytime during the past twelve months The huntsmenopened their season here Tuesday in full force The game will soon beio wild from their terrflo explosions they will be harm to get close to Joe Mounts was here Tuesday weighing up turkeys recently purchased at 15 cents perpound Everett Dawson also bought several from different persons at IS centsI Mr Marlin Ourtus and Miss Lulu McIntosh were married Thursday afternoon at tli0 home of the brides father Elder Geo W McIntosh George W Pas ley and Miss Stella Barnett were attendants anflElder Albert Eas ter officiated The groom lives Ht Gibson III and is a sober and discreet young man the bride is the youngest dan liter of Elder McIntosh They will go to Illi nois to make their home after re maining with relatives hero for a sjiort time Jy 1 Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as theJ can not reach the diseased portion of the ear ThereijJB1 only ont way tq cure deafness and that is by con Btlturionel remedies Deafness is caused by art inflamed condition of tile nmuoiiH lining of the P ustacli ian Tube When this tuba is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing anti when it is enftrelyoloeed Do4es is the re suit and unless the Jtnflaniuiution can be taken out and this tube restored to IIH normal condition hoarinc will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but nn inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by Catarrh that Cannot lie cur ed by Halls Catarrh Care Send for circulars free F J Cheney fcCp Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK that every time you SPEND A DOLLARY o not only the dollar is gone but tnt r INTEREST V on it for 7 ETERNITY i Better save that dollar iind the interest on itWepositing e it with us in our 3t n SAVINGSV DEPARTMENT TtIE = o Clay eity i National rBanks Clay City KyifI CAPITAL FIFTY tHOUSAND ittt1t JJfI1 1 JiTi1- f iStlw L yVh r t Blanks Giving Wet f i lb4 r t o SALE r 4 LadiesCloaksGapes Skirts Mens Suits Pants Shoes i and Hats MrsJ Williams rl I USE H E Mfgd CAIN 355ES = 1i and SflADE j Evj and GARPER- Write Free Cataloguei JIf Sons vVLEXINGTON KY yjfLVh MILLS isFLOUR PROuD OF HER CAKES Bread and pies the woman who r has made them from HOPE MILts Hour Success bread cake baking always follpw when you elis high strode andAsatisfactory flour everywhere f by J ANDREW Versailles Kyj if +++ + ++ ooCoJo FrLF 111 +++ r + +t tt INSURE WITH + t + F A LYON SON i+ + If + t AWentioftt4 + r + ri+ r ++ + one who know nnvthmg about insurance know ilhlYalQleaders this ine t + to AJ + Wtofoto + +++ HtoGo ++++ iV c II T fI1r w Ulr y- q4EE5 r t j t thing forcf roRC fALAWIN fory i tfo I- l c J F tiJUenmeyer 1 v e f i N If t A I j is J in or is sure to J i old s + + + +H Jut 1 I t in ot + l 4- Yt p WE BU- YWOOL I HIDESA iohUR J s flalirN 011 1WIsxtektstse n Itdtimc t kink in Loal Vie Iiunisk I Wool Bags Frectufskippers l or peke listtKSABELftSOKS Fi1 i wd Iwhiilie ij I13llS J ntf ep ai r t GooUiorall Skin Utseni ear J i i t 1Tji j 6R tLv tf n t14EtflM ES fif 1I L AM ALL H MKMADE PAPRP h j h THUKSJMY Nov 17 3010 = n l Skis LOGA IV BREVITIES J r Oircuit Court will convene at f StantnuMomlnv Jty For Ladies Tailormade Suits of r latest styles see Mrs Williams jar Frank B Russell of Louisville t came up Tuesday to take a hunt George Hon of Winchester is fr visiting his uncle Edwin Rose jLnear the city J Your last wintir underwear may not be heavy enough see us before buying Mrs J W Williams The General Association of i I Baptists are in session at Uynthi JiU1I this week Mrs Wm 0 Martin visited relatives in Montgomery county a few days last week Our Millinery department is teem x ing with all the pretty creations of 4 the season of + Mrs J W Williams Henry S Wood a leading r young attorney is dead atMt Sterling of pneumonia 1 Z J B Huts of Lexington is spending ti few days with friends Suthe city and enjoying a hunt i You should see our line of trunks suit cases telescopes aud traveling bags before buying I Mrs J W Williams efV We may look for an appoint merit of the postmaster at Olay City now that the election is over 7 For Com or any bowel trouble Dr Bells Anti Pain acts like magio relieves al most Instantly Also good for ex ternal pains It will pay you to see our line of roena and boys suits and odd pmts i before buying elsewhere IlJlullwick Co Stanton IiAttorney Henry Watsou of Mt Sterling was here Saturday looking after his telephone in terests Dr Bells Pi2e Tar Honey Will break up the worst cold ands ally throat iuitallon This remedy quickly cures Coughs Col Grippe andall throat and bronchial trou bletl- r Such beautiful weather is rare Iv experienced at this time of the year unless accompanied by In diau summer t- Our Full and Winter line of WalkOver shoes aro ready for yoer inHpeolion WO have all the ijeiv lasts ill patent leather gun inetul tun and in all kiudsof calf that id now used Hardwick C Co Stanton Ky t v Inmates of the Rowan county jail at Morohend to escap6 hailed f jv tf holers iutho retlingund weal tliraukhthRI loft by tearing IItlit I Mall After oecalitliel OuildiiTg hunted to 1 IlicllIUl 10 x Shall Women Vfltc If th didmilhons would vote f I rtkjng8 Yety rife PJHs True f timedyy for women For banishing i duH fafBvd f 4Up backnchtt r- h5auanilei uOwaiilltio iIQIJmII Iitpartinlttpetittaacl tone Gngup t u 8ysteih iilieyrw unequa l yarnta Day store i fi 1 ta IIj r 1 Beautiful Byes are desired by every one Hthcre is any inflammation the cant bc beautiful Sutherlands Eagl Eye Salve will remove the itnflam oration and clear the eyes IKilled in Breathitt Wesley Turner jailer of ownINoble This is four mon killed in time y1ullo two of flita being county officials This is the third man to be assassinated in Breathitt county the past three months Will Promote Beauty Women desiring beauty got wonderful help from Bucklens Arnica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions sores and boils It make the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chapped hands Beet for burns scalds fever sores cuts bruises and piles 25o at SwannDuyLumbor Cos Store To Enjoy Thanksgiving We can enjoy Thanksgiving a great deal better if about half a dozen ofIt hundred delinquents on our list will come in between Flow Hud then and square up and renew for another year If they will do this we will give them the old rate of 50 cents pi r year so we can butt be thankful once more I No More Receipts A new order bv tile Postnflice department effective December 1 is thiit no receipt will be re turned to flip sender of a regis tered letter or package unless specially mid voluntarily request ed by the sender A receipt will of cou se be for the little nr pacltne is offered for registration gilnimee U8 usual but the dd showing reo- c ipt nt will be o InittedSaves an Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to yawn liffi re Robert Mudgen of West Burlington low a whenafter seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then was shown the wary bus curulivi power of Electric Bitters For af ter eight months of frightful suf fering from liver trouble and yel low jaundice getting no help from nthor remedies or doctorn live bot ties of this matchless medicine completely cured him Its poitive Iv guariintted for Stomach Liver or Kidney troubles and never diet appoints Only 50o at SwahnDay Lumber Cos there AI Cheap Imitations Owingrto the immense sale and popularity of Dr Bolls PineTar Honey there are many cheap imita tions urn the market under similu sourfdlrignameslbut you can al ways get the genuine by lookinj for thei bell on the bottle The Fedora Court for the Eas tern district is in session at Rich mond this week Fort casuBa gainet moonshiners will come up and there are several civil cases x Blind Mrs Ellie Tiler Ravena Tex writesIII was blind as a bat I used Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve and it acted like a charm It cut the scum off my eyes and restored my sight It is all you claim and worth its weight in gold 25c a tube Ladies and Misses dont fail to visit our millinery and dressmak ing department when you come to town You will save money no any purchase you make there Har wick b Co- StOlltOIi Kills Rats A friend wrote us that he rid his farm of rats in the following manner On a number of pieces of shin iiles I put about a teaspoonful of mola es and on that I put a small quantity of concentrated lie and I then put the old shingles around under the bnbs The next morn ing I found some 40 dead rats and j the rest left for parts unknown I nave learned several farms havoc been rid of these pests in the same way and neverknew it to fail It it1 worth trying Not Sorry For Blunder If my frienrtshadnt blundered in thinking I TOTS a doomed victimI ofconsumption I might not a live now writes P T Sanders of Harrpilsburg Ky bat for years they saw every attempt to cure a lung racking cough fnilt1 lust I tried Dr Kings New Dicovery The elfect watt wonderful It soon stop ped the cough and I am now in bet ter health than I have had for years Lhis wonderful lifesaver is an un rivaled remedy for coughs colds lugrippe 08th nia broup hemor rhages whooping coutfh or weak lungs 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Co- YYPStV3tPPlC3 M49St mCiCv EC 7tttK 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REMEDY for woman peculiar ailments good enough that its maker are not afraid to print on its outside wrapper its artery Ingredient No Secrets No Deception THE ONE REMEDY for women whichcontains no alcohol and no habitforming drugs Made from native medicinal forest roots of well established curative value Pride of Possession Ii felt by the purchaser the Studebaker Wagon Ha knows It la built on symmetrical lines and that under these Is quality Studebaker quality Mils pride Has for Its Foundation more than fifty years of effort to build tho best wagon that can be jimda by carefully Mlectln rigidly us- edThe ect fag aud scientifically treating all cne materials WallonItree and singletrees reach hounds bolsters and standards are all heavily Ironed and rein forced All lumber is alr easoned four to five years shaped and soaked in oil to ex clude moisture Made In many styles and sizes from the lightest farm wagon to the heaviest lumber log or freight wagon We sell all of them and supply you from stock or wa can quickly get what you want OMM Ion us sa- dhtearra a 1 aewtw L GRtS tit BENTON Winchester Kentucky J 1iot1d + H dwck CO La f = r utirr L ti Fall and Winter r GOODSL i Our Fall and Winter goods are nov in nod we invkn your inspection Our stock is larger than ever before To those who have been dealing with us we want to say that we are even better prepared thin have ever before to furnish you just what yoj want and to Pave you money To those who have not been dealing with UH want to say that all we ask is an opportunity to prove to you that we can pave you money and also better satisfy your wants than any other firm in the county So when in need of any thing in the following list or any thing in merchandise see what we have to offer you and et our prices if you are interest ed in learning where you can get the most for your money Clothing Shoes Hats Dry Goods Notions Millinery Dress Making Toilet Powders and Perfumes Carpets Mattings Rugs Suitcases Trunks Ladies and Gonts Hand Bags Furniture Sewing Machines Needles Shuttles and Bobbins to fit any machine Buggies Wall Paper Groceries etc ate Hardwick Co Stanton of Farmers Thanksgiving Thanksgiving day is primarily n farmers festival They have justified their faith by their works They have plowed the land and sowed the seed confident that the early and the lat ter rains the wind and the sun and all the forces of nature co operating will produce an abun dant harvest The laborer is worthy of his 1hire worthy of his rewards There is a dignity about farm iug that attaches to no other profession in that all other p- roHiric r f BittersSucceed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female j weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH rROUeLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists cou- nterSoiltileril I Agriculturist Nashville Tenn For forty years the friend and counselor of Southern farmers Twenty four pages twice a month 50 cents a year or three years for 100 t SampleCpySent Free Do You Want One I 60 YEARS kEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cAnyone sandlot iitten uia whetherJ quickly ascertain our opinion free an Inrenton Ia probablyDerentebte immanlc ratentssentIpicWnotcfwithotcbaagelatheroCe1PeScientific handiomelr illustrated weekly Jireeit dr cnUtlon of an identlflo Journal Terms 3 II newadeatoraMUNN Braue once II 8to Washington 0- m prpmpuy obtained inallcountries OK NO FCC rcrrfk1Yhlrh11 Dateat siiFyaiirCD t PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D C l Morning Headache I suffered with terrible head aches I would get up every morning with such a severe attack and until I begin using Dr Miles Antic Iain Pills never found anything that would five me the desired relief I Lave user tlfm now for several years and would not be without them if thqy were a dollar a box V SAMUEL KEYS Eaton Rapids Mich I always keep Dr Miles Anti Pain PilJs on hand Before f bejnn using them I hid frequent attacks of headache but they gave me prompt rclef MRS CARl IinCKMAN cior4r vj f t I o I nf fcssions are depondent upon this one industry The farmer feeds the world After the crop there is not enough food left to sup port life upon the earth should the next crop be a complete failulo We should close every years labor with joy and thanksgiving There is delight in labor itself There is a pleasure in doing over again the things done heretofore taught by last years experiences how to meet and solve this yours difficulties On Thanksgiving Day the farmer should count over his mercies but not stop there he should count over also leis mis takes his shortcomings He should know better this year than last what his soil will do what his market demands what crops to discard what practices to change Farming is not half as profita ble as it ought to be The farmer does not get his due pro portion of the crops that he pro duces but he does not produce the crops that he ought to pro duce He must nuke a better use of that portion of the earths surface which he calls his own It is his own in that be holds it for the benefit of mankind Our race crowds out unohter be cause the coming race eau make better use of the resources of the one driven away Think of the whole continent of America for centuries ihe happy hunting ground of u few wandering tribes of Indians probably nut half a million in all Now see the same continent inhabited by over a biindrnd million each sere made to yield its portion for the 8u tenunce of the world Thanksgiving 1has snore- over many fill omories Of the home and fire It is a day of good cheer a day of good fellowship a day on which the fortunune and the rICh give out of their abundance to the unfortunate and pour Keep it green in your memory Muko bCiui me tiuci me 3ly Au ufllet your the hut opposite write the name here each day itjpasses brifchtetx than of its prdecessors Make it homecoming day whore widely scattered unite around one heurtjtone It U Free Our Special Holiday list antTfac tory prices Rogers beautiful silver articles and sets for OhHstinns Weddings andBlrthdayliftsmail ed free to any address on request Very appropriate and great sav ng Tabltf Silverware Address Continental Mercantile Co Otta wa Ohio Fairbanks Advertising At the convention of Associat ed Advertising clubs of America recently held atOimilm thirteen addresses live in the and in the afternoon were scheduled principal among them being former KSice President Charles W Fairbanks Speaking of advertising Mr Fairbanks said Does advertising pay has been the tussle of numerous and labored tern nee and there are no doubt remote and obscure cor uers of the country where it is still vital living question As becomeIplace have been achieved by the recognition III practice of the ufGrmutiveof the proposition The best advertising and the best merchant are synonymous and the poorest advertiser is us the ono who Iuds liimseJf in court of banKroptcy Holding tllllt settlement anti I not an individualshipnientivouldl constitute un njfTense Federuli Judge John IillOall ruledatj Jacksoji Teiihttliiit the and Oil Coin tiiiyof Indiana if I found guitly cotild beheld ac countable fnrptiiy fdrtvvfiix offenses coniieoTibn With the called Grand Junti cpncedsn case The Government expect ed to get 8000000 but is ietl again The Rev Irk R 1911 The Rev Irl R Hick manaol for 1911 that guardillpAngel in hundred now Not runny ago now willing FREE PRESCRIPTION- Sent to All Who Ask Prescription of Wjnderful New Medical Discovery SENT FREE Dr D J Walshs most wonderful discovery has attained such rcj niarkiible success that he has defined rend free to all dPtor1wouldH from to twenty Jive loiTer to write prescrip tion suitable to your claw and off r M ila it FItj E1 V will also semi you fret of coo my bank IIW to Get Well for your guidance Do not wait isyoii may not see this offer again but till iiothlnglirJI prcs ol by return arues PrescriptionI BookIt CQSTONJVIASE y n t alHlmrfiiM pull 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