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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST J3, 1908.
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Qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an
Intention ji probably patentabfo Commtmlca
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To "Whom it Mat Concern:
Notice Is hereby given tbat untlLtfce 15th
day oi August, 1008, at 12 o'clock nootvpealcd
Proposals will be received at the omcerof the
lerk ot the Hoard of Education of New
Market township, Highland county. Ohio, (or
repairing a school house, and building an
addition thereto, situate In New Market
township. Highland county, Ohio, and being
known an Uoagland's Crossing- School Dis
trict No. 8, and according to the p ans and
specifications on ale In the Clerk's office. ,
Each bid shall contain the name off every
person Interested In the same, and shall be
accompanied .by a sufficient guarantee of
some disinterested person, that If the bid Is
accepted a contract will be entered Into, and
the performance of It properly secured.
When both labor and material arc embraced
la the work bid-tor, each must be separately
stated In the ula with the price thereof.
None but the lowest responsible bid will be
accepted, and the board reserves the right
to reject all the bids, or accept any bid for
both labor and material which Is the lowest
in the aggregate.
By order of the Hoard of Education.
CltAULIB D. llAKltlS,
Olerk of Hoard of Education of New Market
township, Highland county, Ohio.
Notice of Sale of N -w School House.
Notice Is hereby given that until the 23d
day of August, 1908, at 12 o'clock m sealed
proposals will be received at the onicc of tui
Clerk of the Hoar J of Education of Jackson
township. Highland county, O., for building
a school house on the lot situated In sub
school district No 7. known as Mt. Zlon dis
trict, and according to plans and specifica
tions on me in me uicrt a omce at ucii, u.
Each bid shall contain the names of every
person Interested In the same, and shall be
accompanied by a sufficient guarantee of
some disinterested person tbat If the bid Is
accepted a contract will be entered Into and
the performance of It properly secured, The
bid for each kind of material called for by
the specifications must be stated separately
In the b.ld with the price thereof. None but
the lowest responsible bid will be accepted
and the Hoard may reject all bids
Hy order of the Hoard of Education of
Dated this the 20th day of July, 1008.
John Easteh, Clerk of Hoard.
Application for Parole.
Notice Is hereby given tbat William nice,
No. 87616, a prisoner now confined In the Ohio
Penitentiary, has been recommended to the
Hoard by the Warden and Chaplain as
worthv of consideration lor narole. Said
application will be for hearing on and after
August is, IWJO.
Notico of Appointment.
Estate of Charles A. Duke, Deceased,
The undersigned has been appointed and
qualified as administrator de bonis non of
the estate of Charles A. Duke, late of High
land County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 6th day of August A. D, 1908.
OKOIIQB L. QAltttKTT.
Voterinnry Specifics euro dlaoMes
of Horsos, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Hogs and
Poultry by acting dlrootly on tho sick fabts
without loss of time.
A.A.FBVKRB, Concestlnns, Tnflamma
ODtas tlons, Lups Ferer, Milk rerer.
D. B . J RPRA1NB, Lameness, Injuries,
cuwm J Hbeumatlsrfl)
O. C.jrioriB THROAT, QnlBiy, Eplaoollc.
cuius J Distemper.
g, WOIIMS, Bots. drabs.
E. B.lCOWtiliS. Cofa., 'inHneuia. 'laaamesl
r.P.W'Otlt). BHlverhe. Vlod.BlowB.
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JJK1BNEY A BLABBER BISORBBKB.
I.I. IflHIN BI8KABKB. Mante, Krcwlloaa.
cross J Ulcers, Qrcass, Faros'.
At dniiMltM.orxsent prepaid on receipt oCprloe,
Humphreys' Medicine Co., Cor, William and Jobs
Street, Hew fort
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ThtsBoy (fervently) Yqu. are the
first and only girl I eve'r.loved Ethel,
Shih-Ab, what lots of fun you have
ahead of you, Freddy I London
Bullets to"f"japer or tallow produce
iarlreaerrdamae,thabB metal ones
when used- for short 'distance tiring.
A pan.??! ulletalln(t,tl.hropi3;h bU
pieces of jjlnpjjqepne foot apart
bucked Jthem upland made them use
lew, whereas a metaibullet merely
left a small round hole; ;
Owning to the steadily dljalaWbla
quantity of wool grown In the dktrlpt
ana the poor prices optalaed !h
recent years the annual wool fair,
which has been held uninterruptedly
for over a Matury at Hemel Hemp
stead, Sag,, has been abandoned,
ir :rat'i o
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cross, j fMUesftttm. HOfuae,5laners, '
Oo, eteb tf SHebkr'case, Tea BpeerSei bSoc?o.. t
Convenient Article of Furniture That
Can Be Made at Home,
Tho Homestead gives a description
of a home-made china closet. Tho bnnc
sholf, or table part, is 30 Inches high
mid should bo from 38 to 60 lnchos
long-, depending on the size of the
room In which it will bo placed when
finished. Tho width of the tnblo top
should be from 20 to 24 inches, and
tho cabinet, or top part, is 12 inches
wldo and from 48 to 50 inchos high.
Tho back of tho cabinet is of three
eighths beaded ceiling, and, with the
exception of tho crown mold and the
'ill I 'IT ! i
Home-Made China Closet,
legs, tho tnblo Is built of seven-eighths
or throe-quarter inch lumber. ThP,
hqlves hasri either .small groove
'ilowcd in them or small half rounds
lulled on the rear portion of them for
folding tho plates in an upright posi
tion, tho grooves being preferred. Tho
hooks , for tho cups, etc., are placed
whereVdesired, also the shelvos, and
the size of. tho platos must rogulato
'ho distance betwoen thorn. Many
families havo one or more pieces ot
old, wornout furnituraot oak or some
nice hard wood. Thoso could bo used
'ory nicely, but should pino or any of
the soft woods bo used, when same has
been sandpapered nicely, apply one or
wo coats of any stain desired. When
'try, again sandpaper and glvo as many
"oats as necessary to produce tho de
Jired color, but sandpaper woll before
applying tho varnish.
Judicious Pruning Will Increase the
Horticulturists havo for many years
nrncticed various methods to Induce
frultfulness and with Homo degree of
success. All those methods, as gird
ling the trunk, root pruning and sum
mer pruning of the branches tempo
arily chock tho growth of tho treo,
nnrt tho consequent slow growth In
duces the formation of fruit buds,
says W. Padock. It Is woll known that
'ho buds which produco frut In any
particular season wero formed tho
Reason before, and tholr formation is
believed to begin early In the grow
ing season. This being true, tho time
Is now at hand for such work; if put
off much later in the season, it will be
oo late, as tho time for tho forma
tion of fruit buds for next yoar's crop
will soon be passod.
By root pruning is meant that a
mall portion of the roots aro cut off,
and tho oporatlon may bo porformed
with a spado or In any way which is
best suited to individual needs.
Summer pruning takes the place of
tho annual wlntor pruning, and Is the
samq in most respects except that it
Is done In June lnstoad of winter or
Girdling or ringing consists In re
moving a ring ot bark from tho trunk
or larger limbs. This ring is some
times two Inchos or moro In width;
all the bark wtthln this spaco Is re
moved, thus exposing tho wood This
method of checking growth, though
ofton employed, is rather drastic, and
should bo used with caution, A moro
rational method is to girdle tho branch
or trunk by cutting through to the
wood by making ono continuous cut
and not removing any of tho bark.
Some authorities atato that (he prop
er timo to check tho growth of a troo
In order to induce the formation of
fruit buds Is at tho tlmo whon the
bark boglns to set on tho new growth.
POINTERS FOR THE FARMER.
Shorten the row by grinding the
A farmer la known by tho crops he
Open your heart to tho sorrow of
every" man who'comos'to talk 'to you
about his troubles.
, terror 1b a great deal worse than
Ignorance. . It Is better to know noth
ing than to kn6w what Isn't true.
A rainless harvest Is a rare event In
all but the dry regions of this coun
try, but farmers by the, use of gump
tion and foresight can usually secure
their crops uninjured by rains.
Think on This.
When you sell $1,000 worth of
wheat, you aend4240 worth pf, fertility
off the farm; In'boof, ?85 worth; pprk,
60; horses, 35f milk, $110, while
$1,000 worth ot butter sends away1 only
$1.25 worth of .fortuity Isn't this a
powot-ful argument against selling
milk and laJavor Of butter dairying?
Look,Ou.t for the Bull.
This i the sbas6n of the year that
'we hearof atrfa'oks froiri "perfectly
quleV bull, If 'It is bought desirable
to let the bull have a run in a pasture
lot, see to it that he Is given bo op
portunity to injure anybody,
a.T J" -nrii 7-"gJ-;:::
IT CAN BE DONE.
Prof. Shaw Tells of Crowing Pure-
Bred Calves on Skim Milk.
Whllo vlaitlne tho farm of Mr. W. .T.
Lnndon of Winona, Minn., which was
awarded second prize in the Hill con
test, I saw a 'bunch of purebred
Shorthorn calves In a pasture that had
every appearance of thrift, writes
t'roi. Tiiomas Shaw, in Orange Judd
farmer. I was. of emirnn. nlnnnnd tn
learn that they had boon raised sub
stantially on skim milk. They were
as large and thrifty as calves of tho
ago usually are reared on tho dams.
Those calves woro reared aa follows:
They were glvon new milk until three
to four weeks old. They woro then
changed to skim milk, taking about
tnreo weeks to make the chango from
all now milk to all skim milk. As
soon as tho change was begun they
wore glvon a certain amount of lln
aeed gfuol. It Is made by mixing
ground oil meal In boiling water and
adding as much as Is necessary to tho
milk. Tho amount to add Is deter
mined by the influence which it ex
erts on tho digestion.
Moal Is added In the dry form. This
Is fed along with nlfalmo meal. Tho
'raln mlxturo Is composed ot about
equal parts of barloy, oats and bran,
the two first named being ground.
They are liberally fed of this food and
make a good growth on it They aro
plentifully supplied with green food
at the same time, Indoors or out.
The difference In the cost botween
roaring calves thus and on the dams
la ery marked. Instead of giving- it
to tho calves the milk of tho dams
Is made Into butter. They nre kept
oroducing thus for nino or ton months
n tho yearj and they breed moro reg
ularly than cows not thus managed.
Tho calves havo no check after bolag
weaned, as they sometlmos have whoa
reared or. tho damB.
A CELLAR CUPBOARD.
Arrangement by Which .Running Up
and Down talrs Is Avoided,
To secure the advantages ot a eel
tar cupboard without the necessity of
limbing up and down tho, collar stairs,
Ink a box of any desired dimensions
jetween tho Joists of (tlia kitchen or
mniry uoor, allowing.' Utt to come a
The Cellar Cupboard.
couple of Inches above tho floor lino
C, to avoid tho entrance of dust from
ho floor, says tho Prairlo Farm. Slats
nre nailed across tho bottom of tho
hot which is then covered with wire
netting to prevent flics and mice from
reaching tho contents, as indicated at
13. A hinged cover. A, protects the
top of tho box.
Two 8ystems of Pasteurizing.
Thero are two systoms of pasteuriz
ing milk In use nt present tho Inter
mitten or discontinuous system and
tho continuous flow system. The dif
ference in tho elilclency of the two
systems, In which tho Jnllk or cream
is put Into a closed machine nnd held
at the dosired temperature for a given
tlmo, has a decldod advantago in tho
efficiency of work dono over the con
tinuous system. The latter system
is used almost exclusively In largo, es
tablishments where a great amount of
milk Ih handled. Tho reason for this
Is probably that tho cost ot pasteuriz
ing a largo amount of milk or cream is
less whon this system Is used than It
would be It the Intermittent system
wero employed. But if the quantity
of milk or cream handled Is not too
largo and a product with good keeping
qualities Is deslrod, tho Intermittent
Is undoubtedly tho system to be em
ployed. E. C. Meyors.
Farm Butter Disappearing.
Evory year less butter is bolng man
ufactured on the farm, and this Is as It
should bo; for, whllo wo teach home
dairying, still I am a great advocate of
co-oporntlve dairying, writes a corre
spondent ot Orange Judd Farmer.
Oood buttqr can bo and Is made on
the farm, but from lack ot skill and
care, or through Impropdr surround
ings, dajry butter very often lacka
the finer quality and body known as
"Al" quality. To bo a successful but
ter maker requires Intellect and physi
Army .to, Use Oleomargarine,
it Is, reported that the army Is to
use oleomargarine Instead ot button It,
is further said that butter has not
boen previously issued as part of the
ration and that the soldier will And
himself Just that much ahead In getr
ting tho oleomargarine. We think that
thq sentiment In this country id that
the soldior should bo furnished butter,
and not oleomargarine, and wo know
that this is tho sentiment prevailing
among the farmers.
To Prevent Rolling In Stall.
To prevent a horse from rolling In
the stall, fasten a stout ring. In the
overhead strap to the halter and an
other to a ring lathe ceiling at a point
Just back of the manger, A strap tied
in this and snapped to tho halter so
that the horse can rest his nose on tho
ground, but not, the top ot his hoad,
will prevent rolling, Jt wpuld bo well
to havo a weight on tho other end pf
the strap to take up tbe-slack.
Ited raspberry plants can bo trans
planted when a few Inehes high, and
are otten better than yearling plants
set In early spring.
SAUL TRIES TO
Snnday School Ution for Auj. 16, 1908
Specially Arranged for This Paper
SCUIPTUUB TEXT.-l Samuel 18,0-16,
Memory verses, 14-1G.
GOLDEN TEXT.-"Th Lord God Is n
sun and shield." Psalms 84:11.
TIMB-B. C. 1M2 (Unslier), soon after
the victory over Clollnth.
PLACE. The capital, probably at OI
bealt, Ave or six inllos north ot Jerusa
lem. Comment nd Suggestive Thought.
David's victory over Goliath had sev
ere 1 Issues which affected his whole
1. It led to tho blessed friendship
which bound together the hearts of
David nnd Jonathan "as with hooks oi
steol" (vs. 1-1).
2. It led to David's advancement to
the head of the army, and his training
in the arts of war, for the defense ot
his country (v. 5).
3. It led to his long and difficult
training in dealing with men of nil
kinds, to self-control and wisdom. This
Is put last in the story, because of its
connection with Saul, which requires
consldorablo detail (vs. 0-9).
V. 9. "And Saul eyed David," "kopt
his eye on David ... in suspicion
and dislike," Int. CrK. Com. We often
speak of Jealousy as "the green-oyed j
monster," and no emotions show them-.
selves more unmistakably in the eye.
Envy and Jealousy. 1. Thoy aro
most unhappy vices, Of all tho pas-'
stonB Jealousy is that which exacts the
hardest service and pays tho bitterost '
wages. Colton, In Lacon.
2. They nre the fruit ot solfiehness, '
of making self ono's god, one's su
preme object ot love.
' 3. The cure of Jealousy is to seek
first the kingdom ot God, and test
evrythlng, not by its effect on our
selves, but by Its power to aid or to
binder God's kingdom. He that does
this will rejoice in its coming, even
though it bo through othors. So John
said of Jesus, "He must increase, but
I must decrease."
4. Therefore overcome evil with
good; overcome It In Its very begin
nings, for thero is nothing which
grows so rapidly.
V. 10. "Tho ovll spirit from God
camo upon Saul," made uso of this
malady which opens wide tho door for
such influences, and all evil pasBlons
of the king find easy expression. "And
he prophesied," that Is he went
through tho frenzies nnd torrlblo strug
gles and convulsions which charac
terized u certain form of prophesying
among the heathen (very different
from anything dono by the Biblical
An eyo-wltness, in describing tho
Egyptian dervishes, says of tho devo
tees thut "some writhe in agony, some
swoon, some aro In fits, whllo still
with foaming lips thoy strlvo to mur
mur tho praise of Allah." Gordon
It survlvos among the. fakirs of In
dia nnd sheiks, or dorvlshos, of Mo
hammedanism. They "rave" (margin
of r. v.), thoy foam, and throw them
selves Into many an unnatural posture.
Thoy becomo dangerous, not only to
others, but also to themselves when
so frenzied; still, lookern-on regard
thorn ns performing religious exercises
or prophesying. Shwelr, Mount Lob
First Attempt to Murder David, v.
11. "Saul cast tho Javelin," or short
spear. Twice did David escape by his
Second Attempt to Kill David, v. 13.
Saul sent David away and made him a
colonel of a rogiment:
Ostensibly, to promote David, and
conquer tho king's enemies.
Really that David might be slain by
The result was to bring out David's
virtues moro conspicuously.
After this Saul tried to mako David
disaffected, by refusing to keep his
promiso to make him his son-in-law;
and again through tho love of his
daughter for David.
A Hero In Trial. Vs. 14-1C.
(1.) V. 14. "David behaved himself
wisely," prudently, skillfully, with all
tho wisdom of goodness and love.
Thero was no troachory In him. Ho
learned self-control and grew In wis
dom and knowledge and grace.
(2.) One of the sources of this wis
dom was In his singleness of heart,
his devotion to right and duty at any
cost, absolute unselfishness.
"Tho wisest course in time ot danger
Is to do faithfully our dally duty, and
leave our case with God."
(3.) "And tho Lord was with him."
The Lord Is with ovoryone as far as he
is. willing to receive him, and yields
to his guidance. All past experience
In serving and loylng God, every aft of
faithfulness and love, evory good habit
formed, every victory ovor selfishness,
every sincere prayer, every act of con
secration to God, In all the past lifo,
Is a preparation for receiving and
using tho presence ot God, Tho better
instruments wo become, the more per
fectly can we and will we bo guided
by our Heavenly Father, Into all truth,
into the wisest actions, into the fullest
(4.) When we nre wise and faith
ful and the Lord Is with us, then all
things, all trials, all difficulties, all
sorrows, all opportunities, all influ
ences, gopd or bad, are compelled to
work together for gopd-
(5.) V. 16. "All Israel and Judah
loved David." And this was preparing
the way for a successful reign when
the ,tlmo cfttrio, David was social, not
conce(tod, 'went among the people as
one of them. The power' to' win love
is one ot God's greatest gifts. But only
the lovlpg, the unselfish, Jho pure in
heart and purposo, can wield it in tho
fullness ot its glory and power.
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