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WEDNESDAY, .TAN. 15, J913.
THE HARTFORD HERALD
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fhe Hartjord Herald
. H. & E. RAILROAD TIME TA
BLE AT HARTFORD, KY.
Tho following L. & N. Tlnio Card
( effective from Monday, Aug. 2 1st:
No. 113 duo at Hartford 7:19 a. m.
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No. 113' due at Hartford 1.4C p. in.
II. E. MISCIIKE, Apt.
READING GROWING OF
CORN IN OHIO COUNTY
This (Man Says It Can Be Done
as Well Here As Any
Thero Is no reason why ns fine
crop of corn, quality and quantity,
can not bo grown In Ohio county as
2s Brown In any county In tho State,
or as to that matter, In any State in
tho Union. This has been thorough
ly demonstrated by myself, whol
four years ago began farming a
jilece of Green river bottom land
that had been planted to corn only
for nioro than sixty years, and had
"in my thirty years acquaintance
with it, produced, on an average,
jltout twenty-five bushels of corn
In 1009 I prepared this ground as
"well as I could, not having had a
chance at It the fall before. I used
thoroughbred, acclimated, tested
fociety. .The man who was so bril
liant when ho was not under tho
Influcnco of liquor, was to bo found
In all of )ho professions.
Nowadays tho man who gets
drunk Is up, ngainst an unsympa
A writer In the Now YorK Times'
recently gave a striking point to
this fact. Even in politics, he said,
tho booze flghtor is no longer rust
ed. In tho old days a man was in
danger of being considered disloyal
to his party If ho kept sober
throughout a campaign. '
Tho number of business men who
will dccllno to have in their employ
a man who makes It a habit to got
drunk, Is becoming greater every
Tho day of tho drunken gonlus
has passed. Tho demand now Is
for workers who can be brilliant
without necessity for artificial stim
ulant; for it Is they who can main
tain their power long after tho oth
ers havo burned out. Tuscaloosa
BULLET FIRED TWENTY
YEARS AGO PERFORMS
Its Mission of Vengeance
Killing the Man Who
LIFE INTO DEAD BABY
After a family physician had
pronounced dead a baby born to
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rnfetz, of No.
339 East One Hundred and Nine
teenth street, the husband telephon
ed Sydenham Hospital, and Or.
I Harry Fried responded. He sought
to Induce respiration by various
means and was unsuccessful after
an hour's effort.
"I'm sorry," ho said, "but I can
Tho mother's tears roused him to
renewed efforts. He breathed Into
the baby's lungs, and a half hour
later, when the nhvslcian was al-
seed. and gathered sixty bushels of , raoat oxhausted. tho baby began to
cry. That was Thursday night.
corn per acre. In 1910 I got off
tho same ground an average of seventy-four
bushels of corn per acre.
In 1911 I got off the same ground
an average jrOf -seventy-six bushels
per acre, and In nineteen twelve I
ot off the Bame ground an average
of ninety bushels of corn per acre.
Never in any year did my corn cost
exceeding twenty-five cents per
bushel, shucked In the crib, and In
1912 the cost was less than twenty
cents per bushel, shucked in the
crib. In no year was a pound of
commercial fertilizer or barn yard
This reads like a lot of corn, but
I have the proof of what I say and
I have the corn.
My acreage is no better than
thousands of other acres in Ohio
county, nor was it just one acre set
apart and cultivated for a prize oth-
r than the corn grown.
I attribute my success in corn
growing to fairly good ground, in
telligently handled and thoroughly
acclimated, tested seed.
If any young farmer cares to
know exactly how this corn was
grown. I will cheerfully give him
the information. I specify young
farmers, for the older ones know
all about corn growing and are sat
isfied with their ten or fifteen bush
els per acre, so I do not care to
waste my time telling them, for
they would not put the Information
JOHN T. JACKSON,
$100 Itewnnl, $100.
iho readers of this paper will be
.pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure In nil its stages,
and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is tho only posltlvo cure now
Itnown to the medical fraternity. Ca
tarrh being a constitutional disease.re
qulres a constitutional treatment.
'Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
'!y, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of tho system, there
toy destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving tho patient
strength by building up the constitu
tion and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
'faith in its curative powers that they
offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any
case that it falls to cure. Send for
illat of testimonials. Address,
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
.Sold by druggists, 75c.
'Wake Hall's Family Pills for consti
Last night Dr. Fried called at the
Kafctz house, and both parents em
braced him. The baby was squall
Little Josephine will live, the
physician assured them. New
A Hero in n Light house.
For years J. S. Donahue, South
Haven, Mich., a civil war captain,
as a lighthouse keeper, averted aw
ful wrecks, but a queer fact is, he
might havo been a wreck himself
if Electric Bitters had not prevent
ed. "They cured me of kidney
trouble and chills," he writes, "af
ter I had taken other so-called
cures for years, without benefit and
they also improved ray sight. Now,
at seventy, I am feeling fine." For
dyspepsia, indigestion, all stomach,
liver and kidney troubles, they're
without equal. Try them. Only
50 cents at James H. Williams,
Ft. Worth, Tox., Jan. 10. "Nem
esis, aftor following Henry Zeig
iand for 20 years, to-day wreaked
vongeanco in a rcmarkablo mannci.
Twenty years ago, near Honoy
Grove, Texas, Zeigland, who was a
wealthy young farmer, won the
hand of Matilda Tlchenor, but Jilt
ed her a few days bQfore tho day
set for their marriage.
Tho girl, a celebrated beauty, be
came despondent and killed herself;
then her brother Phil went to Zeig
land's home, and, after denouncing
him bitterly, fired at him, tho bul
let grazing Zelglnnd's cheek and
burying Itself in a nearby tree.
Young Tichenor, supposing he kill
ed the man who Jljlted his sister,
put a bullet into his own head, dy
ing Instantly. '
The two tragedies caused a big
sensation over North Texas at tho
lime, but was finally forgotten and
Zeigland married a rich widow and
had become immensely wealthy.
To-day one of his sons cut down
tho tree In 'which TIchenor's bullet
had lodged 20 years ago. The tree
proved too tough for splitting up,
so a, small charge of dynamite was
used. Tho explosion, as fate would
have it, discharged the long forgot
ten bullet with such force that It
pierced Zeigland's head and he fell
mortally wounded, dying an hour
later. Ho explained the mysterious
bullet to his son as he lay on his
m 1 .
MILLENNIUM LONG WAY
OFF FOIt .SOME PERSONS
of tho State havo requested that all
banks climlnato same from their
books and 'discontinue tho permission.
HOME DIRECTIONS AS TO
1IOV TO SAVE YOUK MEAT
A writer In an exchange 6ffcrs
tho following suggestions 'as to pre
Some fear Is entertained by those
who butchered their hogs about two
weeks elnco that the hams and
shoulders aro being injured by the
exceedingly warm weather which
has Intervened. This Is tho simple
plan wo havo pursued with good re
sults: Remove tho salt from the
Joints and wash t,hom in water to
which has been added two pounds
of carbonate of soda to ten gallons
of water. Allow thorn to dry and
treat them again to fresh salt, and
put them down in single layers only
In a cool, well-alrcd place until
ready to tako up and smoke. Don't
dip the Joints, but pour the water
on until tho salt is all removed. In
curing pork, if you want to make
assurance doubly sure, cover joints
In a brlno strong enough to float an
egg, for two weeks, then take up
and smoke as the packers do, who
never have tainted Joints. Their
bacon is made principally in warm
weather by the use of refrigeration.
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AgcfaUe Preparalionfbr As
Ung BieStoBachs andBowcls of
MODERN WILLIAM TELL 1
WINS 1IET; KILLS VICTIM
Notice to Creditors.
Ohio Circuit Court.
L. Shaver, Admr., Plaintiff,
Eston Williams, et al., Defendants.
All persons having claims acainst
tho estate of Larkin Williams, de
ceased, are horeby notified to file
same with me at my office In Hart
ford, Kentucky, properly proven, on
or before Friday, 31st day of Jan
uary, 1013, or they will be forever
Given under my hand this Jan
uary 7, 1913.
E. E. DIRKHEAD,
2t4 M. C. O. C. C.
Mr. Dryan, in his Commoner,
A person who has recently In
herited a million and a half and has
ten million more to come, has spent
two-thirds of the amount in six
months, and as the following would
Indicate, is looking forward long
ingly to the next distribution:
"I am going to have the very
best sort of a good, time, for what
is money for if It is not to give one
access to real enjoyment? I have
already started to have a godd time.
I'm having It and I'm going to have
still more of it. I'm going to have
all the good time that money can
What an insipid prospect! Wo I
soon tire of dessert when we eat
Tho mlIennlum Is a long way off
If there are many who believe that
no better use can be found for
money than to "have all tho good
time that money can buy."
Danville, Ky., Jan. 9. Jack
Coleman, a Harrodsburg, Ky Wil
liam Tell, bet Henry Marshall that
he could put a rifle bullet through
Marshall's hat without touching his
scalp. Marshall accepted the wager
and won It. The bullet went
through the hat and Marshall's
skull, killing him instantly. Cole
man was arrested.
A perfect Remedy for ConsUpa
Hon , Sour S tomach, Diarrhoea
and Loss OF Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
For Infante and Children. .4,
The Kind You Have
Mi 11 -!M
When you want a reliable medi
cine for a cough or cdld take Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It can
always be depended upon and Is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale
by all dealers. m
Hartford Readers Can No Longer
Doubt the Evidence.
Cut the High Cost of Living.
W. H. Chapman, Winnebago,
Neb., tells how ho did it. "My two
children had a very bad cough and
the doctor's medicines did them no
good. I got a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, and be
fore It was all used tho children
were free and cured of their cough.
I saved a doctor's bill for ono 25c
bottlo of Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound." A mean, stuffy cold,
with hoarse, wheezy breathing Is
just tho kind that runs Into bron
chitis or pneumonia. Don't trlflo
with such serious conditions but
tako Foley's Honey and Tar Cora-
pound promptly. Contains
lates. Sold by all dealers.
Loss From Sliecp-KiUing Dogs.
New Castle, Ky Jan. 11. The
Fiscal Court allowed claims for
sheep killing by dogs in Henry coun
ty during the last year amounting
to $614.85. This sum, with the ex
pense of appraising, $40.50, Is pay
able out of the State Treasury. The
State collected as dog tax in the
county during the year $490, show
ing a loss of $165.35.
Escaped After Fifteen Years.
W. P. Droyles made a successful
escape after fifteen years of suffer
ing from kidney and bladder trou
bles. Foley Kidney Bills released
him and will do just the same for
others. He says: "They cured a
most severe backache with painful
bladder irregularities, and they do
all you claim for them. Take the
"direct road "to health and strength
by using Foley Kidney Pills for
backache, rheumatism, weak, sore
kidneys and bladder Irregularities,
They are the best rae'diclne you can
buy for kidney and bladder ail
ments. Sold by all dealers. m
EXACT C0PV OF WRAPPER.
t thi eiimufi eoMmir. umiwmmi ifg
II Offers splendid opportunities to the yonng man or
woman contemplating entering school. M1D-W1N-
TER TERM Ijegins
I January 20, 1913.
New classes will- be organized for- those desiring
High School work. Tuition FREE to all holding
county diplomas. A stroDg normal class will begin
.the work at that time. Our students have been
very successful in securing certificates and are. giv
ing splendid satisfaction as teachers. If you wish
to raise the grade of your certificate and fit jour-
$ self to do better work as a teacher, join this Teach-
THE MODERN PASSING
OF THE DRUNKEN GENUS
Tho rest of tho world scarcely re
alizes what tromendous efforts Chi
na is making to free itsolf of Iho
curso of tho opium habit. Import
ed for commercial purppscs, tho
hop got Its grip on tho empire
Meliorations ago, and to-day China
la suppoosed to bo so steeped In Its
offects that alio does' not caro to re
form. Out tho contrary Is truo.
Even old slaves. of, ho 'drug curso it
and acclaim tho efforts of others to
-banish it. ' '
If other vindication Is desired
that tho civilized world, old and
new, UtM-pformlng aJoiJR this line,
one hast b'ut to ..study our present
day' atiHut'n pf nnmo toward tho
This gratoful citizen testified long
Told of quick relief of un
Tho facts aro now confirmed.
Such testimony Is complete the
It forms convincing proof of
Mrs. A. L. Alms, 607 LocuBt St.,
Owensboro, Ky., says: "I have
used Doan'a Kldnoy Pills with good
results and consider them a su
perior kidney remedy. Doan's Kld
noy Pills promptly relieved back
ache, difficulty with the kidney se
cretions and pains In tho back and
top part of my head. Wo havo ev
ery confidence In them."
The above statement was given
May 0, 1907, and when Mrs. Alms
was Interviewed on February 20,
1912, glio said: "I have not used
Doan's Kidney Pills of lato, as tho
cure they effected some time ago
lias been permanent. You are at
liberty to continuo publishing ray
For ealo by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the
(Remember the name Doaa'a
ad "take no other. "
for Infant! and Children.
Till Kiwi You Havi Always BugM
Bears the yjf yffjt . n m
Signature of A&ZT45XcA4U
Trouble About Grading.
The Owensboro Inquirer of Fri
On account of the continued trou
blo in the dissatisfaction over tho
grading of the tobacco that has pre
vailed Blnce the opening of tho to
bacco market on last Monday Hiorn
Ing, tho ofllclals and members of the
Doard of Control of the Green Itiver
Tobacco Growers Association, at a
meeting held on Thursday night, do
elded that there will bo no further
deliveries of tobacco after tho close
of business to-night until Tuesday,
No More Overdrafts,
In view of the fact that the Unit
ed States Supreme Court has held
that tho granting of overdrafts In
banks is Illegal, and that the Ken
tucky Court of Appeals has decided
practically the same, the Comptrol
ler of the Currency of the United
Htatea anrl th Tlanklnir Pntnmlulnii
"A bandit held up a train in Ok
lahoma and the Pullman porter,
single-handed, overpowered and
killed the robber," said the Old
Fogy. "That porter was a real
"Hero nothing," remarked the
grouch. "He didn't propose to
stand for competition, that's all."
ft, E. BROWN, Pres.
Class, For further information.
B. E. ELLIS. l Pres. 2
"It says here that Baltimore sur
geons have discovered that orange
blossoms may be used as an anaes
thetic," said Mrs. Henpeck.
"I always did believe that I was
unconscious when we were marri
ed," remarked Mr. Henpeck.
Some men who pretend to be
clothed In righteousness should be
arrested for Indecent exposure.
I one where health aboumit.
With Impure' blood there caa
ot be good health.
. Wkh a disordered LIVER there
caaaot be good blood.
k MtureJ actlea.
A healthy LIVER neaas bum
Pure Meed meaaa health.
Health aeeaaa haeelaew.
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