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IFEDNKgDATir, MARCH 10, laid.
THE HARTFORD HERALD Page 7 B0rS CHANGE Oil FARM A VERY PERSONAL ONE 'He Should Be Qivcn Opportun ity To Make Money Of His Own. Wo believe that every farm boy large enough to help with the farm . work should have a chance to make & aomo money of his very own mon ey which he has honestly earned and which he shall be free to spend as .ho chooses. .Either he should be paid certain writes beforehand agreed upon, or, and probably better, ho should havo something of his own from which ho can get some money or which will bo increasing In value. It may be an aero ol corn or cotton or toma toes, a melon or potato patch, a Colt, calf, a pig, a few hens any thing for which ho can care and -from which he can earn something. Often th0 farm boy or girl for this xulo cpplics to girls as woll as boy3 could be taken into partnership on the pigs or the chickens or a cer tain field, given certain work to do, .held responsible, with a certain share of the returns. It la good for young peoplo to earn mune, to realize what It takes to make a dollar, and it is good for them lo ltnrn how to spend or in vest it after it is made. Wo have little patience with the man who gives his boy an aero of corn or a pig and who then sells It, takes the money himself and buys tho boy what he thinks the boy should have. Such methods are not fair, nor aro they calculated to give the boy tho training he needs. Spend ing money wisely is as important as working faithfully to earn It, and many a man has worked hard all Tils life and remained poor Just be cause he did not know how. to ex pend to advantage what he had earned. Let the boy have what ho earns. If he spends It unwisely, tho loss and the lesson will both be his. Tell him where ho made the mistako and give him anotlnr chance. Most of us older folks would bo pretty well off now If we had never made any bad Investments or spent any money foolishly. So wo say again, give the boys and girls a square deal this year. Let them have a chance to mako some monoy for themselves and let them do. what they will with it when It Is made. Tho probabilities are that everyone else on the place will profit by the added Interest and en . rgy such prospects will help them to take In their work. THE MAKING OF STEEL VEIiY SIJ1PLE PROCESS Steel is a compound of iron and JL'carbon. It contains a little more v carbon than wrought iron and a lit tle less than cast Iron. Steel Is har der, denser, smoother, finer and moro clastic or springy than Iron, jjtakes a brighter polish and does not rust so quickly. It can be made by heating bars of wrought Iron with powdered charcoal in an alr-ttghtj' furnace, called cementing furnaces, for eight or ten days. When taken out of tho furnntes the bars aro cov ered with blisters and ara called, "blistered steel." These bars aro cut up Into short pieces (18 Inches long); half a dozen are bound to gether and heated redhot In a fur nace, and then placed under a tilt hammer, the blows of which weld them together into a single bar of smooth, denso steel. This is called shear steel, becauso it Is used for making shears and other cutting tools. Cast steel Is still finer. It is made by melting blistered steel in crucibles in a wind furnace, in which intense heat is generated by lotting plenty of nlr under the srate. Tho molten steel is poured out into molds of cast iron and mado into short bars called Ingots. It Is then ready to bo forged and Tolled out into thinner bars. ALIMONY IS SENT IN OIL-COVERED PENNIES George Arbucklo, former husband of Miss Prlscllla Yost, a protty So dalia, Mo., society girl, has a now way of paying his alimony. Thlrty flvo hundrod pennies, Bwlmmlng in oil and. the whole Inclosed in a largo oil can, was the first payment of tho monthly alimony that tho divorce court, said ho should pay her, What tho form of tho next payment will .Bo is a tohuu muiier ui i-oujuciuru Jfwlth Miss Yost. Pennies came to Seda - ' lia by express. Miss Yost said that a gallon of gasollno was required to -rvllean thorn, and that he didn't In- '.i . -.. , u close extra pennies to pay for tho. gasoime, me a.auu pennies won were, taken to tho Sedalla Trust Co, and 135 in specleot other denomi nations was received. When inter viewed by a reporter Miss Yost laughingly told ofh incident aHd!D, V W. MltchaU, Druggtet. were thoroughly cleaned it requ. Ired tho whole morning to count them. ASSAULT AND RORIJKRY UV TWO NKGKO FOOTPADS Tho Owensboro Messenger of Thursday says: Fount Smith, a well-to-do farmer living in tho Bell's Itun community, was attacked by two negro footpads late Wednesday night on Center street between Fifth and Sixth streets and dangerously wounded and robbed of a watch and $30 In money. The first that was. known of the assault wag about 11:30 o'clock when Smith staggered into a saloon on Fourth street, near Trlplett, bleeding profuunl)' from wounds' about the head and face. The man was In a dazed condition and sufler lng severely. Dr. J. R. McCJary was called and after making examination of the wounded man's injuries found that he had sustained a long scalp wound over his left tcmplo requiring twelve stitches to close. Tho left ear had been cut entirely in two and his nose was broken. According to Smith's statement he was attacked from the rear by two small-sized negroes, one very black and the other yellow. Tho police department was notified of tho oc currence and Motorcycle Officer Will Vollman detailed on the case. Smith, It Avas said, has been In the city for the past three days. Ho was taken to his room at the Farmer's hotel on Trlplett street after his in juries were dressed. Dr. McGary stated that he thought that no frac ture of tho skull had been sustained although the injured man was struck a terrific blow with some blunt Instrument. Tho police incline to tho belief that the instrument used was a "blackjack." WHAT TIIKY TALK AHOUT OUTSIDK CLOAKROOMS I would a great deal rather know what they are talking about around quiet firesides all over this country that what tiiey are talking about In the cloakrooms of Congress. Pres ident Wilson. ' Very well, Mr President. Let us tell you tho kind of chatter that ech oes in the chimney-breasts: Is there a Mary PIckford screen this week? How much lower do you think wheat Is going? How. can I mako over that cerlso chiffon? I really can't pay the butcher to day because my purplo shoes are coming C. O. D. It looks to me as though Jess WI1 lard was awful fat. I haven't had a pair of skates on 'since I was a boy. I guess the Cubs and the Red Sox will fight It out for the world's championship, Wo'll havo to get a now rear tire and havo the body painted. Steak again for supper? Where Is Teddy Roosevelt? Tho President may not know it, but the rural peoplo of the West don't know any more about tho war than a Brooklyn stenographer knows about alfalfa. New York Mall. A Specific Against Colds. The nearest thing to a specific against colds Is a sleeping porch or open bed room nnd a cold spongo bath every morning when you first get up. Even then you will occa sionally take a cold, especially when colds aro epidemic, and when you do you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a great help In enabling you to Get rid of it. Try it. Obtainable everywhere. m Advertisement. Hoarding House Humor. "What's tho dlfferenco,'' 'inquired tho landlady, "between a turkey din ner and a mess of stowed prunes?" "I don't know," said tho solemn boarder. "In that caso," sho continued, "I might as well save monoy and servo prunes." Up To tho Doctor. "Now," said tho nervous old lady to the druggist, "are you suro you havo this modlclno mixed right?" "No, ma'am," said tho conscien tious clerk. "I wouldn't go so far as that, but I've got It mixed tho way tho doctor ordered it." AFTER GRIPPE Tifiol lMtored Mr. Xartin'i Strcagtb WaDakoneta. Ohio. "I am a farmer py occupation, anu we grippe teit mo with a bad cough and In a nervous, weak, - wr ft -J0 untu i took Vlnol which built me up, and ray cough and nervousness are all tne. and I can truly aay Vinol U i all that Is claimed for it" James Martin. Viao, ,, a con8tltuUonal remedy for all weak, nervous and run-down condi tions of men, women and children, and for chronic coughs, cold and bronchitis. James U. Williams, Druggist, Hurt- ford, Ky. Vinol U sold ia Heaver said that after tho pennlc.8 MORNINGS ARE :' I ILv'i Get lhe Spirit di the Early Day into Your Being. Aro you bright and happy in the' mornings,? Catarrh is the great American ail ment. Its effects are far moro gen eral than usually are understood. Catarrhal of tho stomach and kid neys Is a most frequent cause of chronic dyspepsia and Brlghts dis ease. Catarrhal conditions in tho nose and throat In many cases lead to deafness. Even the lungs are affected be cause catarrhal Inflammation finds an open way to the lung substances through tlio bronchial tubes. If you aro not bright, cheerful and refreshed in the mornings, ca tarrh probably Is tho cause. The mental and physical condition of catarrh sufferers Is pitiable but It Is surprising liow many people suffer from catarrh when they fully believe something else Is tho cause. Cntarrh can be ,easfly detected. Some of its commonest symptoms are: dull, throbbing headaches, wa tery eyes, constant sniffling, drop ping of mucous .Into the throat at night fml (awakening choked nn,f half nauseated, sleeplessness; dizzi ness, fullhead, stopped up nn-Jal pas sages, dryness of the memuranes. pains In tho stomach, side ami kid ney region, faulty digestion, bad breath and coated tongue. Tanhre was crjefftfed pnrtlcuiunljl (o combat catarrh. Thousands aro testifying dally that Tanlac has ful filled Its mission. Tanlac may now be had In Hart ford at the Ohio County Drug CoV& drug store, L. C. Morton & Son, Centertowrr, Z. Wilbur Mitchell, Beaver Dam, where its merits are explained folly. Advertisement. III3IP PRICE A RUSHEL GOES TO THE $1.- MARK Winchester, Ky.. March 10. When the last bushel of hemp seed on the local market was disposed of recently at 12 It was d'oclared that suclr a price would likely never be known again in the Bluegrass, but a later report from out In tho county Is that a farmer with about fifty bushels, enough to sow seventy acres, disposed of his Holdings at $15 per bushel, and many growers who had determined to grow hemp on account of the standing offer of $9 already for next year's crop, have offered as high as $20. There has never been such a rush to the hemp Industry as now. Many of tho growers who plant but n small acreage and who purchased their seed early at from $5 to $C por bushel, are confronted with the proposition to sell at the high price or $20. This means a profit of $750 for the farmer who purchased fifty bushels of seed at $5, and it is like ly that many of tho smaller ones will let go their holdings and plant something else. Hemp seed Is now the most val uable thing on the farm, and the In surance agencies have been busy lntely writing policies on this Impor tant pleco of property. It will bo several weeks beforo time to sow tho 191C crop. David S. Gay, of this city, ono of tho largest homp dealers in tho country, who holds big contracts with manufacturing .concerns, has had several men In tho Bluegrass tho past few day3 scouring the country for seed, In an effort to accommodato all growers who will plant. Keep Your Dowels ReKtilnr. As everyone knows, tho bowels aro tho sewerage system of the body, and it is of the greatest importance that they move onco each day. If your bowels become constipated, tako a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets Just after suppor and thoy will cor rect the disorder. Obtainable ev erywhere, m Advertisement. u Dorothy's Peril. Ono day, whon Dorothy's mother was reading to tho littlo maid, sho came to tho word "gravitation." She explained its meaning, but thought tho child would forget it. Consequently sho was much sur prised whon, a fow days later, Dor othy camo running in, crying: "Oh, mother! it's such a good thing for mo thero's a law of grav itation; If thoro wasn't I'd havo suroly tumbled head over heels Into heaven Just nowl" THE INCOME TAX AS A NATIONAL SAFEGUARD In regird to tho rccont Supreme Court decision upholding tho con stitutionality of tho income tax tho World's Work, for March says: "Ono of tho most valuablo posltlvo virtues of that tax Is often overlooked. This virtue lies in the fact that tho in - nous mt come tax is a direct tnx, Tho man who pays it knows ho Is paying it. Tho strong arm of tho Government Itself reaches out' directly to him and takes from his hand a part of his money. Instinctively he feels like calling this action highway rob bery. So irilicli tho better. For when" a man feels that way, he is likeljr" to tako a keen Interest in the way the "robber" spends his money, tf the Government that takes his Money proceeds to spend It In pork jj'trrel appropriations, Instead of for wjB0 nnd considered purpose he Is likely ,o regard it as a personal In Jury and 'nake a disturbance about It as he ou'"?11. Probably no ono thing would so safeguard the public Treatury as some torm of direct col lection of nil taxes." HACHEUHt'S CLUR WILL ADVERTISE I'Oll WJVKS" Tvcrncfff, Mont., on the .main lino of tile Great Northern railway, has discounted leap year by organizing a bachelors' club, of which Nicholas Lane Is secretary, for the purpose of advertising for young women will ing: to take a trip In the matrimo nial boat. The club member are required to meet a certain property qualification, one of the essentials being a 320 acre farm. There wore fifty charter members and tho club Is conducting a campaign which Is expected will result in a member ship of ltffl or mate. Tho plan of the Iverness club Is that eacfr of tlu members ahull write a letter nutting- forth tils qualifications and the let ters shall be printed in duplicate, so that copies nray be e'ent to every itfrl asking for them. On gutting (fio lftters she iimy select the one or two or three wi Iters wlttf whom sho desires; to becon.o better acquainted and write to them direct. Mr. L.ino will start an auVertising campafgn in the display co:umns of Montana dally newspapers setting forth that all members of the Iverness Bach elors Club have good homes, moat of tfum had larg? harvests last year, own plenty of machinery amf horses for successful farmli.rc. ana' need only ono thing" a wife. They aro willing- to submit bank refer ences on request. Muster Comini.slner's Sni? Ohio Circuit Courf. Kentucky. Luia A. Cox, Executrix, ftcPlafhtiffa VST. Bessie C. Smith, et fT., Dpfnni'jiu'.s!. By vlrtne of a judgment in-l or derof sale of tin Ohio Circuit Com J, rordred at tho February t?rm. 19rT, in tiro above cruise for the pur pose of dlvidinc the proceeds arrtin., from ttlo sale of the real estate I-rart-In amongst tho rnrtics in Interest ?s their interests appears heroin, af ter paying tho costs herein I will offer for sale by public auc tion at the court house door in Hartford, on Monday, tile 3d da of April, 191 G, nbout one o'clock p. m upon a credit of six months, the fol lowing described property, to-wtl: A certain tract of land In Ohio county, Kentucky, bounded as fol lows: Beginning at a black gunii sassafras, beech and' dogwood (gone), W. M. Heflln's S. W. cor ner, in nesslo Cox's line; thence with her lino S. 7 E. GT.l." poles I'o a stake, black oak and small white oak, pointers; thence N.83 E. 70 poles to three beeches, his corner in Heflln's line; thence with his lino S. 83 W. 70 poles to the beginning, containing 25 acres, more or less. Tho net interest of the defendant, Inez Cox, shall not be paid by tho purchaser, but shall remain a lien upon tho said property bearing in terest at C per cent, per annum from dato of salo until the said Inez Cox becomes twenty-one years old or un til sucli timo as her guardian shall executo bond as required by law. Tho purchaser will bo required to executo bond with approved security Immediately after sale. This 14th day of March, 191(T. OTTO C. MARTIN. Ilt3 Mastor Commissioner. Lawrence Tanner, Glenn & Sim merman, Attorneys. An Ideal Sprint; Lnntie. A good and time-tried rotuedy Is Dr. King's New LIfo Pills. Tho first doso will movo tho sluggish bowels, stimulate tho liver and clear tho sys tem of wasto nnd blood Impurities. You owe It to yourself to clear the system of body poisons, accumulated during the winter. Dr. King's Now Life PHls will do it. 25c at your druggist. m Advertisement. Just In Time. "Mall wlfo la turrlbly ticklish," said Mist ah Johnslng, "ebcrytlme Ah puts mah arm oround her, she screams and carries on something rccdlculous." "Ya3, sho do Jes' dnt way," ali Bentmlndedly replied MIstah Brown. "What's dat you say, nggah?" "Ah say, do sho do Jes' dat way?" Kvo " was tho first woman and probably the last who did not gather up her skirts and scream at sight of a mouse. For cluy Job printing Tbe HenUd WORK OF THE RED GROSS IN MEXICO AND EUROPE Is Effective and Far Reaching It Relieves Much Suffer ing Everywhere. "The reports wo aro cottlns from our agents Indicate that conditions in Mexico aro frightful," said Miss Mabel T. Boardman of the Central Committee of tho American Nntlotial Red Crosg, In ailing last night at a mass meeting lit Cooper Union of the latest conditions In tho war fields here and abroad. "The suffering in .Mexico," she added, "is described to us as terri ble, much of It due to poverty and ('o-titutlon. When we were In that country wo Ted 100,000 persons a day, but wo cannot get back Into Mexico until the people there ask us to com, But wo are empowered to snip ano. distribute supplies commit- ted to ue for the destitute." Account. of disease and destitu tion and suffering in southern Ser bia rppear to have been somewhat overdrawn, Miss Boardman said. "But in nortirsrn Ser&U," ehe went on, "nothing fliat has appeared In print axaggeratea tho conditions, and we are Just, now a tout to get Into tho.'-e regloiu with ovr doctors nurses ami supplies. "There 'n little realization' In the 'United StaiVs of the vast nronbor of wounded 111 Hunipc. In France alone tho Red Cross and other agen cies have tJOO.OOO beds for the wounded. We now Save ovtr 209 nurses- In Euiue. "Our latest reports from SOlerla Indicate' that the conditions there have improved .imong tho Teutonic prisoners' of war,- but some time ago there w.is great suffering, owmg chiefly to an insufficiency of cloth ing-;' Miss Butrdman jaid that only at Belgrade, fn Serbtti, have tho Amer ican Red Cross surtwons and nurses been under fire. "TUn American IiVU Cross," she said, answcifng a qinwtlon, "has re ceived only rourtcsy from the mili tary and otrter authorities ia Ger many, A'ustri'.t and Seiola." "Doesn't patching uj? the wound ed really teiiifi to prologs the war?" vas astted. "No," she said. "TUw appropria tijns on their account are eompira-tlrclj- small." New V vk World. A good treatment for -v cold set tkd In the lunja Is a He-rrick's Red Pepper Porous Plaster aii lied to the cheat to draw oat Iufiamuation, and Balnid's Horehauml Syrup to relax tlgiitncss. You get the rao rome dle for the pilen of one V huylmr the dollar aize Iiorelimn.rt Syrup; there Is a porou plaster Irce with each' bottle. Sold by Z Wilbur Mitchell. Beuver Dam. m Advertisement. Those Dear Girls. EuUh 1 tblnk Jack is lrwrrid. I asked HHn If he had to c ioose be tween, me and a million which he would take, and ho said tho million. Marib That's all rig.1t. He know it he had tho million you'd be easy. Another .Mrs.. Mnhipixip. 'Whut n lnvlv In "rlnr n.iwinf vnll 1 lmvn on vniir f nhlnnlnth." .ixrtnltneil S Mrs. Twiskembury. ChrlstlanRcg-; ister, Telephones on Farms 50c per Month and Up jv If there is no telephone on your farm . write for our free booklet telling how you may get service at small cost Addrest FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. BOX 52, OWENSBORO, KY. SOUTHERN DRUG ' MERCHANT MAKES UNUSUAL STATEMENT Great Business Losses Due to Neglect ! T 2a W. WITHERS MILLER President of the Polk-Miller Drug Company, Richmond, Va., In authority for tho followlnjr extraordinary state ment: "I estimate that the business men of this country could Increase their elll clency fully ten per cent by tnUlns nu occasional laxative uml not neglectl!!? fho bowela ns most of them do." Ho ntso jald that if "lie Department sf Commerce in WnsMngtoti would! present each luliicss mtrti In tl.v coun try with n box of Rexali' Orderlies, lc wwild be- of great benefit to tho na tional welfare. Rexnll Crterllea arc pronpt in ration, pleasant Vo take and neves gripe, can te usrd by men, wom en or children, and are jusv? the thlug: for toilni: ur sluggish livers. JAMES H. WILLIAMS THE BEX ALL STORK ITS'&l'EFEiS In hc.ilod oanitary cms. Fia-t for taldo ut aud linking. Ak ynur gmrcrforit. Kcml postal card for boolilct. of Prizo Rtc ipos to 7. BUTT &. S(VS 920 fcrnqLvsno Way, I'it5nrfh, Pa. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAMf A toilet preparation of merit. Helps to eradltattt dandrult. For Rantorinr Color and Beauty toGray or Faded Utr. rv arm m -; im iil"""'""t. WITHIX YOUR RKAC11 Full value by tho ""a of our prices. If you aro thinking of buy ing .II'WKLRY You should not fall to see what wo havo to offer. Write for our FRKK ILLUS TRATED CAT ALOOUE. G. P. BARNES & GO. Jewelers l 0ticians D04 W.Market St l.oiiiville, Ky. '' CM J-JgjJ(J $1.Q0 3. vV MJBtHWB ' ?rl A T- matid&k khMfszl yt tr I