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THE HARTFORD HERALD
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, "THIS KV1SK PAItMKn. O
There was a ninn In our town
jKAnd ho was wondrous wise,
He knew that If ho wanted crops
'He'd have to fertilize.
It's nitrogen that makes things
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Said the man with active brain;
it potash makes a good strong
nd phospuato plumps tho grain.
"4But It Is wrong to waste plant food
V. fin n Itfnf t. 1 trnfttrV flolll"
111 Burely have to put In drains
if I'd Increase tho yield.
And after I have drained tho land
,'l-must plow It deep nil over;
And even then I'll not succeed,
Unless It will grow clover.
An add soil will not produce
A clover sod that's prime;
So If I have a sour soil,
I'd havo to put on lime.
And after doing all these things,
To make success more sure,
I'll try my very best to keep
From wasting the tnnnure.
So I'll drain and lime and cultivate,
"With all that that Implies;
Aiid when I've done that thoroughly,
I'll manure and fertilize.
By Vivian, Collego of Agricul
ture, Ohio State University.
Heartburn, Indigestion or distress
of the stomach Is Instantly relieved
by Herblno. It forces the badly di
gested food out of the body and re
stores tone to tho stomach and bow
els. Price 50c. Sold by Wilbur
Mitchell, Deaver Dam. m
Chariots Sold Kor .?: Kncli.
The first chariot is said to have
been built In Athens In 14SG H. C.
Tho price of an Egyptian war char
iot In Solomon's time, 1013 D. C
was about $300. Charles of Anjou's
Queen entered Naples in a caretta
That So Jinny llarlfoirt People Foil
To Itecognlo Kidney
Arc you a bad
Go to bed tired get up
It's surprising how few
It's surprising how few
what to do.
Kidney trouble needs
Doan's Kidney Pills arc for
Havo convinced Hartford people
of their merit.
Here's a Hartford case; Hartford
Kidney sufferers hereabouts should
8 Daniel King, Hartford, Ky says:
rtf'l suffered Intensely from pains in
clmy sides and In tho small of my
I back. Doan's Kidney Pills had been
fused by friends with such fine re
sults that I thought I would try
them. I got them nt the'Ohlo Coun
ty Drug Co., and oue box perma
nently cured me."
Price r.0c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills tho same
that Mr. King had. Foster-Milburn
Co.. Prop-?., Buffalo. N. V.
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nhnut 1282. hut there were but three
carriages in Paris in 1650, The first1
coach seen In England appeared
about 1553. An English law forbade
rlillne in them as effeminate in 1601
and was not repealed until 24 years
later. They wcro known as whlrii
cotes. Carriages wcro let for hire In
Paris In 1650 at Hotel Flacro from
which conies the French nacre,
meaning a carriage. Twelve one
horse vehicles, cabrlolots, were Intro
duced Into London In 1822. Kan
sas City Star.
Wonlth At flnry Dinner.
The personal fortunes of tho
guests nt tho recent flnry dinner nro
estimated as follows:
George F. Baker $400,000,000
August Belmont 10,000,000
C. A. Comn 10,000,000
Georgo B. Cortelyou.. 1,000,000
E. C. Converse 50,000,000
Elbert H. Gary . 50.000,000
Daniel Guggenheim . . C0.000.000
A. Barton Hepburn... 1,000,000
Clarence H. Mackay... 50,000,000
George W. Perkins... 20,000,000
Jacob II. Schlff 100,000,000
Cornelius Vnndcrbllt .. 30,000,000
Frank A. Vanderllp... 20,000,000
Henry Walters 50,000,000
Frederick W. Whltrldge 500,000
Itr. Cortelyou and Mr. Hepburn
must have felt llko little toads, and
Mr. Whltrldge must havo wondered
more or less how ho happened to get
In. Boston Globe.
How To Cure Colds.
Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat
rhrlit. Tako Dr. King's New Discov
ery. It Is prepared from Pine Tar,
healing balsams and mild laxatives.
Dr. King's New Discovery kills and
exppis the cold germs, soothes the
Irritated throat and allays inflam
mation. It heals the mucous mem
brane. Searcli as you will, you can
not find a better cough and cold
remedy. Its use over 45 years Is a
guarnnteo of satisfaction. m
Wlicless Via Clothesline.
Henry C. Crawler, radio Inspector
for New England, and Herbert II.
Hnmmott havo Invented a tuner for
wireless apparatus which, with 225
feet of clothesline wire attached any
where in any way. will record the
conversation between stations as far
away as Germany.
Success came when, from a single
wire without insulation, attached In
a location very unfit for wireless
purposes, according to ordinary
standards, the workers heard what
Elverse, Germany, was saying to
Tho Inventors have offered the tu
ner to tho Government, so It may be
come tho common property of wire
less operators everywhere. Boston
Cor. New York Commerlcal.
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Lame back may come from over
work, cold settled In the muscles of
the back or from disease. In the
two former cases tho right remedy
is Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
should be rubbed in thoroughly over
the affected part. The relief will be
prompt and satisfactory. Price 25c,
50c and SI. 00 per bottle. Sold by
Wilbur Mitchell, Beaver Dam. m
The man had
been haled before
on some trivial
"Let mo see," said the Judge. i
know you. Are you not tno man
who wns married In a cage of man-
"Yes, your honor," replied the
culprit, "I am tho man."
"Exciting, wasn't It?" contmuou
"Well," said tho man judiciously,
It was then: It wouldn't bo now."
Bad Cold Qnh-kly Broken Vp.
Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowanda, N.
Y writes: "I llrst used Chamber
lain's Cough Kemedy about S years
ago. At that tlmo I had a hard cold
nnd coughed most of tho tlmo. It
proved to bo Just what I needed. It
broke up tho cold in n few days, and
tho cough entirely disappeared. I
havo told many of my friends of the
good I received through using this
medicine, and all who havo used It
sponk of It In tho hlghebt terms."
Obtainable everywhere. m
That Was the Trouble.
"Why aro you always quarrollng
with your wife?" asked a friend.
"Sho Is alwayB arguing with mo."
said tho man addressed.
"But you need not got angry. Just
explain to her In a calm,, gentle tone
of voice wherein sho Is wrong."
"But she Is never wrong."
8u!t.cril for The Horuld. $1 a year.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
ty local applications, as they cannot reach
tilt' Ulieasiil portion or thv ear. Them la
only onu way to cure deafness, and that la
by cumtltutlonol remedies Deafness la
caused by an Inttamed condition of th mu
cous llnlnir of the Eustachian Tuba. When
this tuba Is Inflamed you have a rumbllnc
sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is
entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and
unless the Inflammation ran b taken out
and this tub restored to Its .normal condi
tion, hearing will be destroyed forever! nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces, I
We will give On Hundred Dollars for any
cas of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cur,
bend for circulars, free.
r. J. CHUNK r CO., Toledo, Ohio.
BoM br DniHlata. ISO
Take Hall's Family rills for constipation.
KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE HAS GOOD BUILDINGS
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Experiment Station building, showing on the left the nejv addition to
this building completed In 1913.
Breeders of Beef Cattle Mak
ing Preparations For In
Will Get Together at the Agricultural
College at Lexington on Tuesday,
January 4th, to Discuss Various Mat
ters of Interest Relating to the Pro
duction of Beef Cattle.
Lexington. Breeders of beef cattle
In Kentucky are making preparation
for one of tho most interesting meet
ings In the history of their associa
tion. They will get together at the
Agricultural College, at Lexington, on
Tuesday, January 4th, to discuss va
rious matters of interest retatlng to
tho production of beef cattle. These
men usually have some kind of guess
ing and judging contests with different
grades of steers, the animals being
killed and dressed in tho presence of
tho company. Among tho members of
this association aro many of Ken
tucky's foremost citizens, and they al
ways expect and enjoy a good tlmo at
their association meetings.
POULTRY IS GREAT FACTOR
A man very much Interested In
chickens was heard tho other day to
express uneasiness for fear the crop
reports might show the wheat crop of
this year to be of 'greater value than
tho poultry crop. FeW of us realize
how great a factor is poultry In the
success of the average farm. Tho bulk
of tho poultry supply docs not come
from poultry farms, but from ordinary
farms where poultry Is regarded as a
Kentucky has every year one of tho
best poultry shows In tho country. Tho
show this year will bo held tho week
of January 4th, at tho Agricultural Col
lego, at Lexington. A very handsome
premium list has been provided, and
on January 5th the poultry raisers will
got together for a big convention. A
good time is promised to all who at
tend. All Is frco.
Students Judging dairy cattle
THE ANNUAL PORK CROP
If It wore not for tho cholera, It Is
hard to tell the value of tho annual
crop of pork that Kentucky would
produce, this state being so admir
ably adapted to swlno raising. As It
is, Kentucky has many of the best
herds of swlno of tho various breeds
to bo found anywhero In the country.
Tho Kentucky Swine Breeders' Asso
ciation, an old substantial organization,
will hold Its annual conveutlon at the
Agricultural College, at Lexington,
on January 5th, 191G. Sorao live topics
of interest to bwIiio raisers will be
opened for general discussion.
Tho Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club will
bold Its annual convention during
"Farmers' Week" at the Agricultural
College at Lexlngtoa on January 7th,
1916. All during the week there will
'be ob exhibit tae dairy product eea
petlng for the handsome prizes tkat
are being offered. This club ofttra
membership to as? one la'tfMteL
if 4lWn' .
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HORTICULTURE IN INFANCY
Greater Interest Is Being Taken Each
Horticulture as an agricultural pur
suit is still In Its Infancy In Kentucky.
Each year greater Interest Is being ta
ken and In a short tlmo Kentucky will
rank ns ono of tho greatest horticul
tural states In tho Union. Sovoral
growers have already attained remark,
able success. They will appear on the
program of the Kentucky State Hor
ticultural Society January Cth during
tho annual Farmers Week meeting at
tho College of Agriculture at Lexing
ton, as well as will speakers from oth
er states. Practical problems will be
In addition a first class show will be
held, for which a largo premium list
has been prepared. For further par
ticulars address Department of Horti
culture, Kentucky Agricultural Exper
CORN GROWERS ARE ACTIVE
Annual Convention Looked
Tho annual show and convention
held by The Kentucky Corn Growers'
Association has conic to bo an ovent
looked forward to by all the leading
farmers of tho state. Tho show will
be held this year during the week of
January 4, and on the Cth will bo held
their annual meeting. The show has
grown phenomenally from year to year,
and this year a premium list appro
priate to a show by far tho largest in
their history has been prepared. No
Kentucky farmer can afford to miss
this great event and tho opportunity
to get acquainted with the best farm
ers and stock men of the stato. The
show will be held as a part of Farmers'
Week at tho Agricultural Collego at
FAMOUS FOR HER HORSES
Good Time and Lot of Information Is
Kentucky has always been famous
for her horses, and it goes without say
ing that a good tlmo and a lot of Infor
mation Is In store for all who attond
tho meeting of the Kentucky Horse
Breeders' Association, to bo held Jan
uary Cth, at tho Agricultural College,
at Lexington, as a part of tho Farmers'
The man who attends tho horso
breeders' or any other meetings will
havo the freo privilege of attending
any or all of tho othor meetings and
seo the various exhibits, all of which
will constitute a rare treat.
on the Experiment Station farm.
SHEEP RAISING IN KENTUCKY,
Kentucky Is hard to equal In natural
adaptability for shcop raising and as
a matter of fact sho has not altogeth
er neglected her opportunities, for
many of tho best flocks In the country
are within her borders. The Shoop
Breeders of Kentucky will get togeth
er In their annual convention on Fri
day, January 7th, during Farmers'
Week at the Agricultural College at
PRODUCTION OF ALFALFA.
The production of alfalfa In Ken
tucky has probably more than doubled
In tho past two years and Is increasing
with acceleration. There are now so
many of Kentucky's best farmers grow
ing alfalfa and learning its value as a
feed for all kinds of live stock that last
January they got together and formed
a state association of alfalfa growers.
They will have their second meeting on
January 4th, at the Agricultural Col-
lege, at Lexington. Thjey will dlscuaa
Kail hlnJ. - .....II...' Jl.. .
ductlon, use and marketing of alfalfa.
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