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FREE These Illustrations Slightly Reduced 2 IN 1 WATCH AND ' COMPASS Fullv Guaranteed SCOUT'S COMPASS WATCH The watch that appeals to the Boy Scouts, Hunters, Fishermen, Automobilists and all Sportsmen or any one who wants correct time and direction. It combines the ad vantages of both a compass and watch and occupies the space of one. The. case is a fine quality nickle plate with crystal glass .protectors for the -dial of both instruments. A Boon to the Fellow Who Always Gets Turned Around The watch is a real time keeper, made by one of the largest watch manu facturers in the country. It is backed up by a money back guarantee and there isn't a one of them that leaves the factory without undergoing a special inspection for accuracy. Stem wind and stem set. We furnish you the the Semi-Weekly Bee one year- and one one of these watches for any boy who gets four yearly sub scribers' to the Bee will be given one Watch Free. Experience Gained While c in The Drug Business I hnvo been troubled more or lb In tlin last five years With kidney trouble anil 'rom tho experience imluod while In the drug hUHine and from dlllercnt canes where I have an hi Swamp. Root with perfect KHtUfrtctlon to those who purchased It. and as 1 never had a single, com plaint regarding the medicine while I wan In business, I was In rt poitl. tluii to know that It was a (treat pre. paratlon and It did not fall me wlion I used It myseU. It lias certainly aflorded mo great rollnf at all times that my kidneys have, troubled me and I would not bn without it. I always reconimond Dr. Kilmer's Swatnp-Hoot to my friends as I bt. liovo It to be i medicine of great curative value In the dlseanes for which you recommend It. 8lncord . D. A. KOONCH Columbia, Ala. Personally appeared before me, this 13th of September, 1009, D. A. Koonco, who subscribed tho above statement and made oath that the same Is true in substance and In fact C. T. Harris, Notary Public. Letter to Dr. Kilmer H Co. BInfthtmton N Y. Prove What Swamp-Hoot Will do for You Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blng hamton, N. Y., for a sample buttlo. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable Information, tolling all abnuf the kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure and mention the Earllutrton Semi Weekly Nee. Heirular fifty cent and one-dollar size buttled for sale at nil drtiJT mores. CHURCH CELEBEA - TION PLANNED. Elaborate Program Arranged .Observance At Marion. For Paducah, Ky.. April 10- The one hmidrfirtih and tenth anniversary of the establishment of the First Pres byterlan Church at Marlon will be nhaArvnil frnm Anril 23 to 27. The following program has been arrang "opening Sermon of Presbvtery by TtntlrlnL' Moderator" The ftev. J . F. -Coleman, of Morganfleld. "Historical Sketchjof the Presby tflrlan Ohnrch" The Rev. Henry V Escott, of Marlon. 'Fruits ofJPresbytenan as shown In Hlstorv" The Rev. Thomas Cummins, of Hendtraon. "The Creed of the Presbyterians" The Rev. H.'W. Burwell, of Padu- eah. "DistlnctlveDoctrlnes of the Pree byterlan Church" The Rev. J. S. Lyons, of LouUville. "Presbyterian Church and For eign Missions" The Rev. L. O. BDence, of Elizabeth town. "Presbyterian Churoh and Home Missions" The Rev. J. S. Lyons, of loulsvilie. The correct treatrrent for cuts, Tinrns. scalds, wounds, sores, lum fcago, rheumatism or neuralgia Is HATjTjARD'B snow liniment. It Is healing, penetrating and antls- entio wh c l is everyming mac is .needed to eflect a complete cure Trice 25o, 60o and $l.C0 per bottle. Bold by St. Jiernara juimwg uo.. in corporated, urug ueparimeui. Youths That Plow Deep A Texas youth who plows his corn lahdslO inches deep got 107 bushels an acre, compared with 10 bushels, the ton-year it vera for that state. His net profit was.$9r).35, compared with $12 an acre ns the cross income for Texas as a whole. Bettor farm ing methods will do mora than anything else tp keep the boys on the farm. Nothing cheers up an investor in a fertilizer indust ry more than intensive fitrmiuir, and it must even give a pessimis tic railroad president., like E. P. lUploy of the Atchison a thrill or satisfaction to know that 'his lines are ottiu into u territory which produces such youths as these. WILL THE GOLDEN AGE EVER COME? A writer gives n partial view of the Golden Agt- as the time when all wool (j.iods become all wool, no cof fee is made o' div peas and cocoa Bhells, milk contains no formalde hyde, rabbit skins aro not labeled "electrio'seul", weights have no put ty, meiifures no false bottoms, tur pentine contains no kerosiue, var ulsirni resin, tbo berries In the bot tom of the box are as good as thohe at the top. arctlcleR for mark-down sales are not first flctf ttotsly mark ed up, railroads no longer kill or malm each year one' employee In every twenty-six, dissolved corpor ations ao.tuallv dissolve, saloons all close, white slaves go free political pressure Is removed from all em ployees of public institutions, gam bling and graft cease, there are no divorces, education is universal, none receives less than living wages, automobiles abound, there are no mortaires. health is universal, and so, on and oq. The heart Himost. falls at the very incomplete and Imperfect picture presented, not that It Is not good enough, but because even these things few. as they are. seem too good to be "true. As "If anything could be too good for our God to pro vide for His needs creatures! If God has determined that the Gold eu Age shallcome, tlien"Ii will sure ly come, It will not tarry." -Habsk kuk 2:3. It is well that we know a few of tho good things God has promised to tho happy denizens of this earth when the Golden Age does actually come:' "The inhabitants shall not say, I am sick: the people that'd well thereitithallbe forgiven their inlqul ty." Isaiah 83:24.) "They Bhall build houses and inhabit them; and they shall plant vineyards, and eat fruit of them. They shall not build and auother Inhabit; they shall not plant aud another eat. "(Isaiah 05:21. 22.) "They shall sit every mau un der his vine(not the landlord's vine) and under his fig tree(not one lie Iihb hired at so much per month); and none (not even tho Doctor or Under taker) shall make them afraid; for tho mouth of the Lord of hosts hath spoken It.' Mlcab. 4:4. Not only are there good tilings In store for the people, but there are good things in store for the earth it self: "FfcRMibl. O laud ; be glad and rejoice; for the Lord will do gre'at tblugs. Be not afraid (that voftr pastures will be soanl) ye beasts of the fl4ld;'for the pastures of the wilderness uu rin;r. lor the tree beareth her fruit, the fig tree and the vjne do yield their strength " (Joel 3:21.22.) The parched giound shall become a poo', and tbo thirsty land, springs of water." IshIhIi 35:7. The Wandering Jew (C. J. Wood; worth). Tejchinij Farmers To Farm From Tennessee comes a rppo t that should givo nm progro-Bl1 o .farmers n"plt. The average ye.i m potatoes In that fin to for th ton years between IDOdrnJ 1909 was 0 bushels to rhe ncre, and In 11)12 it was 83 bushels. List season a brtys potato club was organized in Cum berland county, on the sanin plan as the boy's cum club which are now doing such good work. The aver, ago production of' thn olilb wan at the rato of 235 bvjhela to the acre. One boy's yield was lit tho rato of 334 bushels of salable potatoes per acre. Th average- cost of production was 80 aeutsa bubhel. One nf.th'e boys made a net profit of fill per acre after charging his potatoes with every expense. Five others averaged1 net prophit of $S9 per acre. Rnsnlts like these must soon crack the shell of the old-time farm er's conservatism, to lila own, nnd thn country's good. Mrs. Guy Ashby, spent yesterday in the county tmit visiting frlonds, Window Drapery ARE YOU PARTICULAR ABOUT HOW YOUR WIN DOWS LOOK? wouin you like to buy voui window drapery cheaper than you ever bought It before? wouiu you iiKe to nave a handsome be,d room set spread, shams, two window sets abso luteiy free? Special Sale During our special window drapery sale we will show you some of the best bargains' you ev er hoped to see. Odd curtains, single and in pairs, some slightly soiled at ''any old price." lace Curtains Never before have we been able to show such beautiful curtains and .such fine quality at such ri dioulouely low prices. Samples Shown on First Floor NO TROUBLE AT ALL TO SHOW YOU. ASK ABOUT THE FREE BED ROOM BET. O'BRYAN-UTLEY & COMPANY Incorporated Furnlture.and Undertaking ', Coughs and Consumption ' Coughs and colds, when neglected, always lead to o:loii9 trouble of thn lungs. Tho wisest thmg'to do when you have a cold Unit trouble you Ih to got a bottle of Dr. KlngV New Discovery. You wi,l got relief from the.flrst ddse, and finally tho cough will disappear. O H. limwu, of Muscadiuu, Ala., writes: Mr wife was down in bed with an obstinate cough, and I honestly bellovn had It not been for Dr. Klnir's New Dls covery, ho would not bo living to day." Known for forty-thiee years ns tne best remedy for coughs and colds, Price 60c aud $1 00. Recom mended bv St. Bernard Mining Co., incorporated, inug Department. Value of Going Concerns It used to bo the practice of manu facturers to shut down their mills when business became slack, until orders accumulated to make It worth while to go to work again. But in these later days that Is less and less. Southern cotton mills kept going during two of the least profitable years in their hlstorv, 1910-1911, for two good reasons. Tti.y found It better to keep their orgaulz itlon to gether even at a slight loss to the treasury, than to close down, dls band the families which had gather ed arounjL-their mills and rnn the onances or unaing avauauie labor when orders picked up. The second reason was one of credit. The banks would not lend or reuow loans to uu idle concern. These two forcos ladoraud credit gavo continuity to the whole industry. IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT i, ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modem Hotel Here In the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louhville, you'll find every comfort, convenience nnd safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of scrvic, but unlike other first class ilotcUc-thc charccs for Eleeantly Furnished Rooms sre exceptionally low aud so are thu prices for our excellent Restaurant service Ktenntly FurnlOwtl ltin with hot mi l ciM running vftwr unit itlfKtc CI fill toilet, t-r ay - vA.wv.' r.lntuntlr Fnilli' il Kn.n vltli Trhatc Ilalh. tT i'y $2.00, $2.5 SLSO Thr Cat l In rtrtrwof Expert nd U.o nihliii aixl ttnlrc II um-f -rlknl. Out Mrlcvs oro rMit iMwVnl". Kuropiuiwrrlfe, (.lit . l.uKic ( club li?tfat, mrli iUC ftvu www Til i criio"lin'lwn fiom llxxi t,i CQn 3:.ip. la.. pr tii T 'il''W.o rr. IromflMlo 1 QQ lu., t .ii v t i .. 1 1 mTii. n i?lvt.tSi."f . .... : 3 W RhH on fm itt p. m. lo 1.-C0 a. n. Mate !: tde rWiwt Otchtatra In the City "tvtlcn alwuM l uw.i! wliin..r pnalbV. A Jlif.-. ROUT. It. JONES, Manager, C .'fn-.c-.-i, Tom., ail II tm. Aw.-r.nr (ot.Vnl(ay IP13), j!,Cj ,u' aifiiiuciuiitiavu.iii8aiiclownrthlp. ceo. sc:.-n-k non-U PAr-r- At ? 4m I 'Rough hauling? "Idoritmind. This is a Studebaker Wagon1 that's why I bought it. I noticed that men were using the Studebaker where eyer the work was hard hauling seel girders in the city, logs in the woods, stone in the quarry." "My work 13 hard and I know it. JVly v, :.ron is on my payroll and must earn its salary. 1 it's why I bought a Studebaker. 1 can't afford to buy a cheaper one." "Get in touch with a Studeb&ksr dealer, he'a a good man to know." Farm Wftront Delivery Weieu Uuggiet Trucks Contractor' Wcar. Kunebourt Dump 'Arsoatf Surrvyj liwueu See our Dealer or tsritc ti. STUDEBAKER South Bend. Ind. MWVORK UINNEAPOUS CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY DRNVKft SALT LAKE CITY RAH FRANCISCO PORTLAND. OEX Fains in the Stomach If you continually complain of paint in the stomach, your liver or your kidneys aro out of order. Neg lect may leaa to dropsy, Kidney troubles, diabuteB or lirluhts disease I'housnndu recuiiinitiiid Kloctrlc Hit ters b tho very hpnt Htomacli and kidney niedlcln made. H. T. Als ton, of Knleluti, N. (V, who sulfered with pain in the stomach and back, writes: "My kidneys are derauued and my liver did not work right. I sulfered much, but Electric. Hitters was recommended and I improved from thu first done. I now feel like a new man," it will improve you, too. Only 60u aud $1.00. Recom mended by Bt Bernard Mining Go,, Incorporated, Dnitf Department. The Only Child Born To A Prcildtnt In The Wnlle House The following is taken the May Woman's Home paulon: "In an intimate letter of Pres ident Grover Cleyeland dated at Princeton, July 20, 1800, occurs from Oom- the cause! line, 'Our youngest a year ld two days ago jos proudly trotted trast my window' Who would thjuk that was over mi accurate tepnrt ot the tall young lady of seventeen who made her successful debut in Washington this winter! Miss Esther Cleveland made her de but into this world during her fathers second administration, and enjoys tho unique distinc tion of being the only child boru to a President of tho United States in the White House." Drivo Sick Headaches Away Sick headaches, sour gassy xtoiu ach, Indigestion, hlllousuess disap pear cjulukly afteryou take Br. Kings New Life Pills. They purify the hloml nnd put new life and vigor In the Hysfin. TryTliem and you will bp well sutisfled Every pill helps; eyory box guarautead. l'rloo 25o, Recounnf nded by St. Barnard Mill iilK Co., Incorporated. Drug Depart ment. ; How Bryan Became Secretary "Vashinton The secret of Will lam J. Bryan's appointment to the Cabluotls out. Bryan himself ex plained It In a speech which was the subject of much comment to. day. "I was made Heuretary of State," said Bryan, "because the. President wanted a band-shaker In his Cab inet." Then ha added, Jooularly: "I have shaken. more bands with less eflect than any other man in the United States. ' For rheumatism you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment. Try It and see bow ulckly it gives relief. For sale by Dealers qulc All So Doth the Little Busy Bee One of the most interesting work ers who sweetens things for man Is the honey bee. Anyone doubting tills should Investigate the subject in person. t would be an experience bo would never forget. During tho working eeasoti it never loafs when the owner Is absotit. It has never gone on a strike; never domauded more pay and shorter hours. It em ploys no walkiug delegates or union loaders, yet its rights are always re spected. No owner or employer would ever think of imposing upou it or using It roughly. It earns an annual dividend of GO porceulon the capital Invested. This Is because It is a cheerful worker, loving Its work aud considering thn proauct the sweetest thing on earth. There lire 3,445,000 colonies of bees lu the country. But the total num ber of workers will -never bu known. ins tho census enumerators shirked their duty and did not count the bees in each colony. However, the farmers v lue them at 110.000.000. aud their annual output at $0,000,000. Ragged wounds aro naluful and cause imioli annoyance. If not kept menu tney tester and become run ning sores. BALLAllD'B RMOW LINIMENT is an antiseptic healing remedy for suoh cases. Apply It at night before going to bed and cover with a .cotton cloth bandage, It heals In a few days. Price JKmj, 60o and 11.00 ner bottle. Knfrl hv a. Bernard Mining, Co., Iucorporatod, Drug Department.