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THE BOURBONiTNEWS,rPARIS, TKENTUCKY, OCTOBER 8, 1912.
TAXING GOAT OFF
POOR MAN'S BACK
Burley Tobacco Growers
Boost Your Owni Brands
We, as you know, are using your "choicest "tobacco irTthe
brands of Strater Bros.' Branch, and you know that nobody grows
better tobacco than you do. You know how we manufacture, so
you know that these brands are perfection. $ow we want you to
help us sell these brands this year even better than our best
Drevious years. The reasons you should so help are as follows:
You Are Part Owner
The fact that you grow the tobacco
nakes you part owner of all these brands.
Every time that one sells jo;t pi of it.
Cvery word that you say in favor of any
helps to increase those sales. Every
brand that you buy for your own use
aelps make those profits better. All our
interests your interests and ours are
pooled m these several tobaccos. It is
logic that you should bend all of jour
efforts, however small, in the selling.
The United Power of
40,600 men in a section wield an enor
mous buying influence. If all ask for
these brards when they buy tobacco
tnere results a gigantic sale. And big
sales are the best advertising known.
7Y Dealers ? ealers throughout the United States know these famous tobaccos.
j. .LrM..w. . I hey are Nation-wide sellers popular brands. They are helping these
dealers to prosper. They are made from the pick of the famous crops of 40.000 growers.
Every one of these growers is boosting them all. So are all of their friends. This method is
bringing the profits to dealers to those who sell these brands. ArJthcy working for you?
Here are them'ild, fragrantsmoking brands GOLDEN GLOW PENNY POST FULL PAY.
Here are the delicious chewing brands INDEX BY JOE TWIST CUP DAY'S WORK
- JN THESQUARE-TORCHLIGHT-STRATER'S NATURAL LEAF.
Put them into your, stock. See how they sell.
STRATER BROS. TOBACCO
BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY,
IX EFFECT JAN 14,
Atlanta, Ga. , Daily 5 21 am
Lexington, Ky., Daily 4.1oam
Cynthiana, Ky. , Daily Except Sunday 7.35 am
il aysville , Ky. , Daily Except Sunday 7.38 am
Rowland, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 7.55 am
Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 8.12 am
Cincinnati, O., Duily 9.50 am
Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday , 10.20 am
Lexington, Ky,, Daily , '. 10.15 am
Cincinnati, O., Daily 10.24 am
Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday .12.00 am
Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 3.10 pm
Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 3.15 pm
Lexington, Ky.. Daily ' 3.34 pm
Knoxville.Tenn.. Daily 3.25 pm
Maysville, Ky., Daily ( 5.40 pm
Cincinnati, 0., Daily Except Sunday 5.47 pm
Lexington, Ky., Daily .6,03 pm
Louisville & Frankfort, Daily Except Sunday 5.5o am
Jacksonville. Fla., Daily 6.05 pm
Cincinnati, O., Daily K 10 :50 pm
Cincinnati. O., Daily 5
Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 5.
Lexington, Ky. , Daily Except Sunday 7
Cincinnati, O., Daily'Except Sunday 8,
Maysville, Ky. , Daily Except Sunday 8
Lexington, Ky., Daily .' 9
Knoxville, Tenn., Daily 9
Jacksonville, Fla. , Daily , 10
Lexington, Ky., Daily 10
Maysville, K., Daily 12.
Cynthiana, Ky. , Daily Except Sunday 12
Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 3,
38 Cincinnati, O., Daily 3,
9 Rowland, Ky., Dailv Except Sunday 5,
Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday ., 5,
Cincinnati, O., Daily
Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 6
Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 6,
Lexington, K. , Daily 10,
Atlanta, Ga., Daily 10.
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IN EFFECT OCTOBER. 3, 1911.
2 Frankfort, Ky., Daily Except Sunda 8.13 am
4 Frankfort, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 3.30 pm
5 Louisville & Frankfort, Daily Except Sunday .' 5.50 Dm
' Trains Depart
7 Frankfort & Louisville, Daily Except Sunday 7.43 am
1 F ankfort, Ky. Daily Except Sunday 9.53 am
3 Frankfort, Ky Daily.Except Sunday 5.53 pm
Curtis Henry & Co.,
Groceries, Drygoods, Fresh and Cured
rVIeatSjaVegefcables, 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, Polite Attention and .
Always a Special Effort to Please ' : : : :
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 many others too
numerous to mention. Give us a trial.
Yours for more business.
CURTIS HENRY CO.
Cor. 1 4th and Main '
Smokers and chewers flock to brands
that they see the most people buying.
40,000 steady users indirectlv make 40,
000 more. Get them for Strater Bros.
Branch Brands the brands that you
grow for byusingthesebrandsyourself.
Tell Every Friend
Tell your friends of these brands. Tell
them what you know of the tobacco. Tell
them you grow it and smoke&nd chew
it yourself, so you know. Tell them it
comes from Kentucky, from the center
of the richest Burley sections. Let them
know it's the cream of your crops and
that they can buy these brands from
'most any dealer, because dealei s know
that these brands are the best they can
Burley growers should be Burley Boosters
and the best way to boost is to BUY Burley
YOUR OWN BRANDS-YOURSELF.
Incorporated, Louisville, Ky.
1911. AT 11 :59:P. M.
IDe - psurt
BOURBON REMEDY CO.,
Lexington , Ky.
Enclosed find pho'to of hogr that was cured o
cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Rem
edy. This hog: was almost dead before using
the medicine, and then was entirely cured, ex
cept loss of ears, tail, etc. The hog is owned by
Mr. Skiles Ewingr, of Bowling Green, Ky. He
will be glad to give you a testimonial, and we
can get several more if you want them.
JENKINS-SUBLETT DRUG CO.,
Bowling Green, Ky,
Ask Your Druggist for It.
For Sale dy W. T. Brooks.
Hot and Gold
Hot and cold baths.
Everything neat and clean. Polite
barbers always ready to wait on the
trade. No long waits You are next.
All persons having claims against
the estate of C. R. Harris, deceased,
are hereby notified to nresenl same
nronerlv proven according to law to
me at North Middletown, Ky., on or
before October 15, 1912.
MRS. NETTIE MAY HARRIS,
13 6t Administrator.
Paris, - Kentucky.
The Dry Fall Outing to Ken
tucky's Great Subteranean
Wonder, or 200 Miles Un
der Ground Wed. Oct. 1 6.
Arranged for private and select
parties and their visitors. River low,
echo grand, cave dry. The time to
see Mammoth Cave when at its best.
Round trip railroad fare 5.G5 from
Paris and all way stations on regular
train 7:38 a. m. Board at Cave Hotel
from arrival for supper until after
breakfast morning third day, also in
cluding the two trips through the
cave for $6.50. Limit on tickets 10
Write or phone L. & N. Agent.
Manicuring 35 Cents,
Shampooing 25 Cents.
Work done promptly and satisfaction
East Tenn. Phoe 669
A modern five room cottage on Walk
er avenue. Possession given at once.
Sep 3 3t LEE STARKE.
Harness, Horse Boots and
Leather Novelties of
All Orders Promptly Executed And
, Work Guaranteed.
No. 304 Main Street
Repairing of All Kind Done
While You Wait.
Opp. Court Mouse.
Hi A T H
Sam 1. Kerslake
Bourbon Horse Goods
Concrete Illustrations of What
Protective Tariff Really Means.
CAUSE WORKERS TO THINK.
Iniquities of the Payne-Aldrich Act,
Taft's "Best Law Ever," Strikingly
Told In Figures.
Concrete examples of how a protec
tive tariff operates are causing the
workingman, the "poor man," to do a
lot of thinking nowadays. He is be
ginning to understand whether it is not
about time to call a halt on the Re
publican practice of taxing the coat off
his back and threatening him with the
loss of his shirt and his socks if he
does not submit.
All through the present tariff law,
passed by a Republican congress and
indorsed by a Republican president as
THE BEST TARIFF BILL EVER
PASSED, are to be found discrimina
tions, the higher duty oh the cheaper
article, the lower duty on the dearer
article, thus placing on the shoulders
of those least able to bear it the great
er burden of the protective system.
Ileie are some illustrations:
The cheapest wool blankets bear a
duty of 105.12 per cent; the dearest,
104.G5 per cent.
Flannels, not more than 40 cents a
pound, are taxed at 143.G7 per cent;
oer 70 cents a pound, 7G 37 per cent
Wool plushes, cheapest, 141.73 per
cent; dearest, 05 33 per cent.
Knit fabiics, cheapest. 141 percent;
dearest, 05.53 per cent
Stockings, worth fiom $1 to $1.30 a
doen. 70 37 per cent; from $2 to $3,
50 por cent
Elats and bonnets, worth not over .$5
a dozen, 02 per cent; over .$20 a dozen,
35 per cent
Carpets, highest pi iced, 50 per cent;
that used for mats and rugs, 12G SS per
Women's gloves, unlined, 40 per cent;
lined. 34 per cent; longest gloves, un
lined. 42 per cent; lined. 20 per cent.
Men's gloves, worth less than $3 a
dozen. 0G 2S per cent; cdstliest gloves,
14.45 per cent; leather, unlined, 44.5S
per cent; lined, 20.30 per cent
Buckles, cheapest, 77.48 per cent;
dearest, 2G 33 per cent.
Uncut diamonds bear a 10 per cent
duty; imitatiou diamonds, 20 per cent
The humble firecracker bears a
97.02 per cent duty, while elaborate
fireworks bear but 70 per cent
Matting, smaller and cheaper grades,
43 per cent; costlier, 24 per cent
Watch movements, seven jewels,
6G02 per cent; 11 jewels, 40.41 per
cent; 17 jewels, 34.43 per cent
Underwear, cheapest. 5G.90 per cent;
deatest, 30 per cent.
Dress goods of wool, cheapest
105.42 per cent; dearest, 94.13 per cent
Velvets, cheapest 105.22 per cent;
dearest, 40 55 per cent
Silk handkerchiefs, cheapest, 77.44
per cent; dearest, 50 per cent
Scissors, worth 50 cents a dozen,
52 21 per cent; worth $1.75 a dozen, 4G
Table knives, fincy grades, 57.40 per
cent; bone handled, G9.43 per cent
Dutcher knives, best grades, 52.10 per
rent; cheapest grades, 93.55 per cent.
Filos, smallest, Sl.20 per cent, long
est. 3G SI per cent
Shotguns, worth from $3 to $10, 47.G7
por cent; worth over $10, 45.4G per
These are only a part of the dis
criminations, gleaned from a swift
conning of some of the schedules. Re
duced to simplest terms, they mean
th.at the poor man is taxed higher than
the rich man.
TRAVELING MEN FOR
Ho Has a Record of Making Good His
Promises to Voters.
The traveling man is a live wire.
Traveling men are decided factors in
molding public sentiment
No other class of men come in more
forceful contact with the actual condi
tion of the high cost of living without a
corresponding increase in salaries. '
The traveling men need Governor
Wilson for their president because his
record is that of making good promises
and then honestly fulfilling them. Gov
ernor Wilson in his candidacy needs
the help of every live traveling man.
Every genuinely progressive commer
cial man who is willing to help Gov
ernor Wilson's candidacy is urged to
-end his name immediately to the Com
mercial Men's Wilson committee, care
Organization bureau. Democratic Na
tional headquarters, Fifth Avenue
building. New York".
President Taft cqngratulates the Re
publicans of Maine on. -what Chairman
Hilles describes as "an old-fashioned
iMctory." Another such and Vermont
.ind Rhode Island -would go Democratic
Those who know and feel for Ch'air
rnan Hilles say he really isn't to blame
for the Republican presidential candi
date's announcement that he "is out of
What's a moosette?
A third term
KENTUCKY T, H.
THE 3CENTUCKY FUTURITY
THE WAIiKUT TLXLL CUP
THE TRAXSYLVAXIA - -THE
THE OCTOBEK PRIZE
A BIG STAKE
Weber's Prize Band of America
One Fare RAILROAD RATES One Fare
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