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..,.; i,, ,. jfag,.; THE HARTFORD HERALD WEDNESDAY, APlUr, 18, 1I7. 0 Pago 2 jfri " tTI .ii iiwii !, i j i. JIWI -inwj HWWflW ijilli pii imp IP jwiim.i. 1 J ,nT FARMERS TO RAISE URGE ACnEAGE IN ALL CROPS Truck Gardeners and Live Stock Raisers Urged to Special Efforts. X Paduoah, Ky. Suggestions for iffe Inerense nnl consel-vntlon of farm prodiints wore unnntmouHty adapted at :i large and represontu Ifra inetln of farmers, Imukor, jrrQftgffwinl and business me't from this count leB of tlie First ConRroa fnnal district held at tlie county ) house. Dr. Fied Mutchfrr, of I,txfn:tnn. director of agricultural txtenslnn sorvleo, delivered an Im press! v ndilroM. Illleil with adlvee. He urged the truck pardeners to nnnt tlieinselves to tlielr products inJ not try to do pe-irral f.umliu;. Fanners with lump acreage were told to do general farming on um Ifcrge it sfalo as they could. All were Informed tint all the rrop iliey could r.tle would be In de mand. Those who raUe livestock, especially hogs and shep. were told to let their stock matin e. They vr told not to put pigs on the market. Besides raising products for the markets the farmers were mformcM tihey also must raise all the products necessary fo them selves. Dr. Mutchler said the State and fJorernment officials wanted every Tinner to grow everything possible for the people of Hie United States and also for the allies of the United States in the war against Germany. H said the farmers of this district fliould not direct their main ener ple to tobacco, but that It was their patriotic duty to raise the necessar ies of life. to the high cost of living ho was vib . to properly care for Ills child, Tho court sentenced him to tlio State prison for a term of from one to even years, hut upon tho plea of Lane D. Osborn, prosecuting attor ney, sentence was suspended In or der that nrown might bo given an other chance. lOHTLWK I.V .IKWKUS TAUK.V Jllilef Sonircil $10,000 Hooty California Home. roni 3)UISVIIiIii: IHUTH KATE HIGH l-'llt&T THHKK MONTHS JIc.tsIin Alone Has Caused Forty. four Kntiilitie Since First Of the Vcur. Pasadena, dal. Jewels worth $10,000 were taken from the Orange Grove-avenue home of Wllllutn Wrlpley, Jr., eaily tho other morn ing ftom a bag hanging In the room adjoining tho sleeping porch where .Mr. Wrlgley and his wife slept. The robber entered the house through a second story .bathroom window and obtained tho case In which the Jewels were reposing, lit a hnc In the closet. i Carefully extracting the case the robber replaced the bag, and enter ing another room took$3f0 in mon ey and escaped. It had been Mrs. Wrlgley's cus tom to tnkc tho jewels with her to the sleeping porch every night, but for the first time In weeks she for got to do so. Mr. Wrlgley has just returned from a trip to Chicago. He says he has only a partial description of the jewels and had telegraphed Chicago for a technical description. The val ue of the Jewels taken has only been estimated by him. It may run much larger. Among them were a diamond cross In platinum setting, with tlve five-caret diamonds in the center; an emerald ring In platinum setting, a yellow diamond ring, a Oolconda diamond ring, a large square diam ond ring with setting surrounded by sapphires, a sapphire and diamond ring, a marquise ring with pink dia mond in onyx setting, diamond bracelet oblong In shape, and con taining many small diamonds; a platinum bracelet watch, set with small diamond mounted In blue enamel: a diamond bar pin, also a diamond and sapphire bar pin, a I gold mesh bag with Initial in dia API CROP AMD LIVE ' STOCK REPORT As Compiled By the Orvcrnment Bureau Of Crop Estimates. WASHINGTON "DHY" The death rate in Louisville dur- nng the last three months has been , am, pear, opora g,asses unusually high, the number of. m , deaths oxceedlng that of births by 221, says the Louisville Times. Not less thau 1,240 persons died during January. February and March, and only 1.025 infants were born. Meas te caused the deaths of twenty-three -persons during March, and since Jana-Tv 1 forty-four persons have iucciimbed to that disease. Though ihere were a good many more cases or measles in the first month of the fears only seven d 'aths occurred then. There were 421 deaths In March, including twenty-one still births. Only 3U0 Infants were born during 3hat time. Tuberculosis caused the .MAGISTERIAL DISTINCT CHANGES AUK RECORDED Oiders Entered In Nicholas County Court Continuing Commis sioners' Report. Carlisle, Ky. Orders were enter- I ed In the Nicholas County Court con I firming the commissioners' report I which reapportioned the magisterial !' districts of Nicholas county. Tlie order, which now becomes effective, creates a new magisterial district In the southwest Part of the county. I known as district No. .". There will I be a change of several precincts and joath of forty-four persons, sixty-, two or t))reo npw onps ndded SomQ three dleil ot pneumonia, sixty-seven , chnnRM wpro nm(o , thp boundnpy of heart disease and forty-two otetweon (UstrIct8 XoSi x and 2 kfdney disease. . , . i-.igni persons were victims oi ac-iijooj XK(jMES. tft'dent.s. There were four homicides! snd as maiiy suicides niG-LAViXG cvci.k of WONDER PULLET KNDS M'TOMOIULE HANG, MACHINE SMASHED Lexington, Ky. Lady Hill, the wonder pullet, failed to produce hor ninety-fifth consecutive gg and the remarkable egg laying tide, which twelve days ago broke tl:j world's record, was brought to in end. The previous record of ifRltty-two eggs was held by a pullet rntered in a Missouri egg-laying con test . Ltdy Walnut Mill, the property nf Dr. Lindsay Ireland, of Louisville, -as entered as pullet No. 707 In the "Vleral egg-laying contest at the ex- 'I'luent station here. Since last 3Ta rem ber. when the contest started, tho has laid 142 eggs. After a short rest, she is expected to begin laying again and go after world's honors for the year's record, now held by Lady Eglantine, a New Jersey pullet, vth .111 eggs. Tho Loulsville-owned hen needs only 14C more eggs to tie this rec ord and can rest twenty-eight days fn the next six months, and tie tho record. The pullet Is 1 year old. Permission has been granted by her owner. Dr. Ireland, to a moving pic ture concern to make animated pic tures of her. Prof. James Dryden, Oregon poul try expert, has written a congratu fatory letter to tho officials of tno content, statlug that the longest rec ord fn that part of tho country was Mventy-olght eggs. Nlsholasvllle. Ky. Five negroes in a small automobile well loaded with whisky, had a headon collision ,., Jwith an automobile owned by Ben I .-uoore, wno wun nis wite, was re I turning home from Nicholasville. I The collision occurred about five miles from town on the Lexington I pike. j The negroes' machine wap demol I Ished and Moore's car was thrown on to an embankment of the Ken tucky Traction Company line and now hangs suspended over the track. No one was seriously Injured. The negroes claimed to bo from Richmond. ovv itkow.vs shntknck si'.sii:nii:i uv couut fOvansvIlle, Iud. Ovy Drown, of Sanson, Ky aged 28 years, who re fendv abandoned his G-weeks-old hfld on the doorstop of Judge W, X Koblnson in this cljy, entered a fia cf guilty when arraigned bo iro Jiuleo Duncan C. Glvens, of th Circuit Court. Ho said that owning WOULD UAH SAIiK OF I.IQUOU NKAH .MILITAHV CAMPS Washington, D. C. Senators Uo- rah, of Idaho; Jones, of Washington, and Kenon, of Iowa, are jointly drafting legislation to abolish sa loons and prohibit the sale of intox icating liquors in certain zones sur rounding military camps and reser vations. The proposed legislation also will levy a heavy tax on all intoxicating beverages and will seek .to prohibit absolutely the transportation of In toxicating liquors in interstate commerce. Sprains ami Strains Itellcvcxl. Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the pain out of strains, sprains, bruises and all muslco soreness. A clean, clear liquid easily applied, It quick ly ponetratea without rublbng. Sloan's Liniment docs not Btaln tho fkln or clog thy pores Ilka mussy plasters or ointments. For chronic rheumatic aches and pains, neural gia, gout and lumbago havo this well known remedy handy. For tho pains of grippe and following stren uous work, It gives quick relief. At all druggists, 2Cc. Advertisement. tiutxicrlbe for Tho Hartford Herald, Washington, I), C. A summary of tho April crop and live stock "re port lor the Stat.? cl Kentucky nrd for the United States is compiled by the nureau of Ctop Estimates, and transmitted through the Weather P.ureau, U. S. Department of Agri culture, Is as follows: WMIOAT State: Condition Ap ril 1 this year Co per c"ont of nor mal; ten-year average condition fig ures for April 1, 87 per cent. United States: Condition April 1 this year, C3.4 per cent; ten-year nv- orage April 1 condition, SO. 2 per cent. ItYK State: Condition April 1 tills year, SO per cent of normal; ten-year average April 1 condition,' 87 per cent. United States: Condition April 1 this year, SCO per cent; ten-year average April 1 condition, S9.G pjr cent. HOGS State: Losses from dis ease past year, CO per cent; ten- year average, G.6 per cent. United States: Losses from dis ease past year, 4.S7 per cent; ten-yeT- average, G.78 per cent. CATTLE State: Losses from disease past year, 2.7 per cent; ten- year average, 2.2 per cent. Losses from exposure past year, 1.0 per cent; ten-year average, 1.3 per cent. United States: Losses from dis ease past year, 1.94 per cent; ten year average, 2.00 per cent. Losses from exposure past year, 1.45 per cent; ten-year average, 1.44 per cent. SHERP State: Losses from dis ease past year, 5.5 per cent; ten year average, 3.G per cent. Losses from exposure past year. 2.0 per cent: ten-year average, 2.2 per cent United States: Losses from dis ease past year. 2.17 per cent: ten year average 2.45 per cent. Losses from exposure Past year, 3.28 per cent; ten-year average, 3.06 per cent. HORSES AND MULES State: Losses from disease jiast year, 1.7 per cent; ten-year average, 2.1 per cent. United. States: Losses from dls ease past year, 1.G9 per cent; ten year average, 1.94 per cent. PRICES The first price given below Is tlie average on Aprl 1 thlc year, and the second the average on Aprl 1 ast year. State: Wheat, 19G and 112 cents per bushel. Corn, 113 and 77. Oats 77 and GO. Potatoes, 24S and 98. Hny, $15.30 and $13.50 per ton Eggs. 23 and 10 cents per dozen. United States: Wheat, $1.80 and 08. G cents per bushel. Corn, 113 and 70.3 cents. Oats, G2.0 and 42.0 cents. Potatoes, ?2.35 and 97. G cents. May. $13.01 and $11.78 p-r ton. Cotton. 18.0 and 11.5 cent' per pound. Eggs, 26.0 and 17.9 cents per dozen.. The whlto flag of prohibition no- ' floats over tho nation's cipltal, Just under tho Stars and Stripes. By n vote of moro than two to ono in the Senate and nearly two to one In the House- tho District of Columbia has been made dry. At tho same tine Congress has prohibited tho ship ment of liquor' Into dry Statns n'l has prohibited tho uso of the nialli or the ndvcrtlEement of liquor In dry States. The saloon Is thus made an out law a fugitive from justice. It nnv hid" for a while In n few wet States, but Its days are numbered the hour of Its departure Is at hand, f'hn net Concres's Is quite sure to submit a prohibition amendment and ltr will secure the ncce'ssiry three-fourths of tho States. And REMEMP.KR thnt a DEMOCRATIC "i.-sMe'it signed tho firs prohibition rn..ni, ever p'ed liw Cong"epfl nnd do not forgot tht -DEMOCRATIC Senate nhtl a DRMOCJIVT IC Foue "C't the prohibit'"!! bill to tho White House. Who will dare to rail ho Democrntle pirty a whisky patty now? W. J. Bryan in Commoner. .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBaai. UNct Contents lBWuid Praolw ifrqM imBjaarTajaHBiBKi ifw JBSBL '''iffipjyfcj 'jf" ifMi"JlcTn1T' ?,' f '.?.v,' tr- t rminT.-D PER CENT. AVctfclablcfrcparalionfofAs ..::in:ortiherood bvRceula' I ilnaihcStomacteandnrf CASTORIA For Infants and Children. aaaHaVBlaBBBBaaaVaBMMaMHMMBMnaKJMBBMakBBaMNaBaBBBaV Mothers Know That Genuine. Castoria PAINTS FLAG ON HOME. Xcw; Brunswick, N. J. Although born in Germany and not yet a nat uralized citizen hero, Edward Arm rein wishes nobody to mlsundT ntind his Bvmpal,,. in fit prn-rnt war. Mr. Armreln hung a big Amer ican flng from the perch of his home and It was stolen. Now he has painted "the national emblem on the house wall, covering the entire space between the front door and the parlor windows. fill u O SC P.S3 '; fitfa &:: thus,. :'!, ! Tlicrctij'rromoiln Digestion Cheerfulness ann isujh' ncilhcr Opiuni.MorpWncnor Mineral. Not MAnuy, jhtmDcsaaamasR JhrkUtSaKt ffirm Sad CtanMSiyer Vmtnfntllunf A t.otnfnl Remedy for Constipation and Diarrhoea and Fmrishncss and 'feWcs(iluilrefrojnJ!fanc5r-t rac-SimilcSiirurtureot .rTMmC0MPfl' K nr"W"YORKi J I A- n. -HaaaaBBBBBl WiS SZ, Always Bears the $ ! oignaiure . i t of AW f Jn. Jr nfJh Use M laf aaaal aV vj rnr vsr Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THf CtKTUS aOMPANT. HtW TOHK CITT Catarrh Cannot Be , Cured With L.OCAI, APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the stat of the illsease. Catarrh is a loial disease greatly in fluenced by constitutional conditions, and In order to cure it you must take an Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine Is taken internally and nets thru the blood on tho mucous surfaces ot the system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by ono of the best physicians In this country for ycara. It Is com posed of some of the best tonics known, combined with soma of tl.o best blcod purifiers. The perfect combination of 'ho Ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi cine Is what produces such wonderful -csults in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. All nruRttists. TCc. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ItIG A'KGITTAWiK CROPS Aro IleiMirtcri In Alaska, Says Seen, tnry Ijitie. Washington, D. C. Production of big crops of potatoes and other veg etables in Alaska were reported by Secretary Lane. One farmer is crei' ited with having grown seventeen tons of potatoes to the acre, a high record. Another is reported to have produced between 57." and ""0 bushels to tho acre, j,vlth a yield of other vegetable crops In like propor tion. Similar encouraging reports came from various parts of Alaska. Tho farmers are being assisted by tho government agricultural experi ment stations. Clear Vnr Skin In Spring, Spring house cleaning mean cleaning Inside and outsldo. Dull pimply skin Is an aftermath of win ter Inactivity. Flush your Intestine with a mild laxatlvo and clean out the accumulated wastes, easy to tako, they do not gripe. Dr. KIng'p New Life Pills will clear your com plexion and brighten your- eye. Try Dr. King's New Llfo Pills tonight and throw' oft the sluggish winter shell. At druggists, 25c. m Advertisement. KXI'FOSIVK FOUND ON VOVH MKN AnUESTED AT BHDIGE Iola, Kan. Four men were nr restpd under an Atchison, Topoka & Santa Fo railroad bridge south of hero by county officers. Tho men woie armed, according to the offi cer.!, and had a large quantity of nltro-glycerino jn their possession. Two other men In the party escaped. They are being pursued. Tho names ot the men placed In jail were not made subtle. Subscribe for the Hartford Herald ANY CHEST COLD MAY BRING Bronchitis or Tonsilitis The irritating, tickling cough affects the lung tissue and wears down nature's power to resist disease germs. SCOTT S fMMSIOK suppresses the cold, allays the in flammation, steadilv removes the irritation and rebuilds the resistive power to prevent lung trouble. SCOTTS has dene more for bronchial troubles than any other one medicine. It contains no alcohoL Scott & Bowne. IiloomCcld. N.J. 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