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I The Fw MISS HA1 who gave such demonstrations u science at The Ma j itorium last week, v> expert who has c | favor of 1 I Hoosier Kitche 1 Made in many st: I running from $lc 9 There is a Hoosier 8 meet your every re I $l 0,Down,$l are the special this week only ar ber we will de Hoosier when yo , first dollar. Don out a Hoosier an You can pay foi your store rr $1.00 DOWN 3fte? j| 1 JGii/n eftfieet C GROCERIES K i SOLD BY G * Weights and Measures Law s Now Being Enforced in This County. "Hello. Is this So and So's Grocery." "Yes, mam." "Please send me up a bushel of apples." 1"You mean fifty pounds of apples." "No, 1 don't mean anything of the I, kind. I said a bushel." "I know, but wo sen by weight now. The law requires that we do so, and it is being enforced." "Oh, very well." Conversations similar to this one are of frequent occurrence these days j Big Values | I In high class dentistry Is what I I we give you. ImwiBR 12*1.17.50 KnG!,i..*4.00 Fillings 50c up All work guaranteed. We guarantee painless ' extracting and all other work with least discomfort. Pyorrhoe or diseased gums successfully treated. HII1RR0S AIAAJAi VAkVW* h DENTISTS K. of P. Bids., OPP- Sheriff. Residence, Third Street. $1,900 Buys one of the best 5-room cottages with bath, close in on lot 50x80. $600 Cash, balance on easy terms. % Glenn B.Waters 1 V i i fee ft /'.iSCf. ! THE STJ rniture S MjJQ First Pri: / wonderful a domestic sonic Aud- ( , is another leclarea in the d Cabinet Flea, prices ?? !.50 to $38. ^ta which will iquirement ^ 00 a Week ^ terms for id remem- | Sfm liver your J8|lflpl ill IMITT Mini u paj txic 13 [-'I S' an i't be withother day. r it out of loney. iue adoefttide j<Mne 35 [UST BE ? THE POUND1 since the weight and measures act r; passed at the last session of the leffls- . lature is being stringently enforced. The law requires that all groceries Jr1 be sold by weight, but C. A. Chambers, county scaler of weights and measures of this county, explains tLat the legal f. dry measure may be used, if the deader is certain that the number of pounds ~j required by law is given to the pur- r? chasers. <Mr. Chambers says that the merchants would be pleased If the peo- ,i?' pic of the county would learn to ask for their groceries by the pound, In- r* stead of by the pint, quart or peck. z? Merchants are well satisfied with p" the new law, according to iMt] Chambers, who says that some grocers, tell him they had rather sell by wolght tban measure. Although the legal dry measure can be used, in case the merchant Is sure n that he is giving his customer the required number of pounds, the bottomless measures, which were used to a very great extent before tho enactment of the law, are put under the tban. , 31 r. Chambers, who Is inspecting 13,1 scales in every store In tho county, r? says thfLt he finds a large number j" dirty and out of level. These are condemned and cannot be used again un- fjl til put in good condition. Wi Adjusting devices on scales are re- j?' quired by the law to be so arranged that they require some instrument apart from the scales to change them. According to the law, thumb screws cannot be used for this purpose. if a merchant weighs different com- fu modules and places them In packages before he receives orders for them, w he must label the packages, stating " either tho weight or measure, accord- th lng to the provisions of the act at Mr. Chambers plans to go to * Charleston on the seventeenth of the month to attend a conference of all county sealers of weights and ineas- j ures. The conference, which will last for' two days, was called by J. H, (Nightingale, state commissioner of weights and measures. . A table showing the number of p pounds to the bushel required by the D r state law for a number of articles was given out by Mr. Chambers. It follows: Apples (green) \ 50 Apples (dried) *. 24 Barley 48 tc Beans (dry and shelled) - 60 si Beans, Castor 46 C( Bran 20 Broom corn seed 57 CI Blueberries . 42 r( Blue grass seed 14 " Buckwheat 52 1 Carrots 50 0] Clover seed , 60 ? Charcoal .e. 20 fti Coal . 80 ; Coke 40 w Peas Wry) .* 60 m Peaches 48 Peaches (dried) 33 ? Potatoes (Iriahf) 60 't Potatoes (sweet) 50 t. Rape Beed 60 r Red top grass seed 14' Bye 56 Salt (coarse) ......70 Salt' (line) 50 ??Ki$FL'V y V \ -I H.' PV Jl* V,-1'.. 'V > V ?i .+ V" wlf' * ' OT)AY TELEGRAM, CLi m, , ??????? 1 ' I 1 1 fore of-< 1 ze at San Francisc % This is the "ROLL DOOh With the only sanitary, rentov it, ure Aooe X irghtim 57 molhy seed 45 imatoes 56 beat 60 ' in gar Jan grass seed 50 >rn (ear dry) 68 | >rn (ear green) 72 1 >rn (shelled) 56 irn nirM 48 anberrles 36 icumbers (green) GO irranta 40 axseed 56 ( arapaeed 44 r >oseberrlcs 40 ( me 70 , alt...." 34i m E lilVb * I ? I ? I # * ? ? I ? uu i j its thlckory) GO!( its 32 j lions 55 jf chard grass seed 14 ij irsnips 42 , iise seiuss ] esults in Arrest of a Man on \ Peace Warrant Sworn Out \ by Horse Trader. , Fearing great bodily harm from < ank Cropoucss, of (Norwood, as tho < suit of a dispute over a horse trade, 1 o redoubtable Riley Abies, well : lown horse trador of New Fair rounds, had him arrested on a peace arrant Saturday night. ConBtablo C. Stout took Frank before Magistrate ickson V. Carter where bond of $.100 < as given for his appearance for a ( ial March 16, whereupon Frank was leased from custody. It appeared from the Information rnished in the court room that Riley Id Frank a horse a short time ago i 1th some sort of guarantee as to its i ipaclty for work. Frank alleged that < e animal didn't come up to the guaritee and wanted Riley to take it back, hereupon a row started. i Xnti-'Suft' J Are Tor ?: + y Speakers at the Big Suffrage Rally Held in the Court House. Arguments of antl-suffraglsts wore irn to shreds by speakers at a big lffrage mass meeting, held in the mrtroom Saturday evening. A owd that packed the spacious courttorn to the doors, frequently interlpted the speakers with tumultuous pplause. Miss Budora Ramsay, of South Carina, who has been making numeriis speeches in this county in behalf E the suffrage amendment, was the rlncipal speaker of the evening. She as introduced by Harvey W. Harler who presided over the meeting' ' JAXON ROADSTERS95 oJayr hculiwj tub -fiaSSoujcr car Cunninqham Brothers .333 Mechanic St. * " ' * "" ' ' '* IRKSBTJRG, W. VA., STO Quality o Fair Last Fall f HOOSIER" able roll doors t $1.00 A WEEK I 8 Kj C<5. ; ?I; TO GRAND JURY ! A Harry Moneypenny is Held ? as a Freight Car Robber. 3 Harry Moneyponny, who was arrestid Wednesday night at Korthvlew unler a charge of breaking Into a box car a ,.. iL. n- lit? ?. -? t ? 111 uie imiuuiorc una uuio ratiroaa f rack In that suburb and attempting to l iteal $50 worth of merchandise there- c 'rotn, waived a preliminary hearing t Saturday night In Magistrate t. g. s ^Icewarner's court and was held to t he grand jury. Bond was net it $1,000, I jut be did not furnish It and'he was 1 -emanded to jail. n Moneypenny was arrested by A. E. Dryant and Charles Windsor, of the Baltimore and Ohio police force, and Deputy Sheriff Laco Wolfe, who dedared tbey caught him In the act of sreaking Into the car, having followed ind watched him from concealment. The onicers say they believe he is one if a gang that has been breaking Into box cars between ParkershUrg and Dlarksburg the last several months, luring which time thousands of dollars worth of merchandise have been stolon. t<D appoint registrars. The county court will meet Monday to appoint registrars for the state primary election, June 6, next. COUNTY JAIL POPULATION. Forty-two prisoners' are now confined in the county jail. Of the number, thirty are eligible to work on the county roads. W. A. St&lnaker, of Morgantown, la i visitor here. Xrguments n to Threds i In his speech of Introduction, Mr. Harmer recalled the fact that twentyone years ago, while he was a mem ber of the West Virginia House of Delegates, he Introduced a bill for nmendment to the state constitution, < granting women the right of.suffrage. The advantages of woman suffrage and the Improvements in moral and civic conditions In the states where It has been adopted, were dealt with i by Miss Ramsay In her speech; which < was delivered In a very pleasing and forceful manner. After reciting the advantages to be < derived from woman suffrage, Miss Ramsay took up the arguments of the "antls" and, one by one, she tore them to shreds, showing their utter i fallacy. Other speakers who followed Miss Ilamsay were Mayor 0. H. Gordon, State Senator Roy E. Fairish and John L. Ruhl. All expressed them- < selves as favorable'to woman suffrage and recited a few of. Its advantages. All In all the .meeting was a great success and. leaders of .the suffrage I movement are certain that It was a great help to their, cauae, \ [DAY, HARCH 5, 1910, " DR, JOHN a Noted Kvan(joHnl Wlio Will Achl ho Klrst Mothndhit Kplttcopnl t'hurc FARMERS GOOD _ I Ind a Fine Paper by Mr. Law, of Jane Lew, at Their Weeklv Meetinn. V. V, Law, of Jane Law, read a lino mper Saturday afternoon at the llnrison County Farm Bureau mooting In ho court houao on "Puro Brod Sires," rhlch tho fifty or more farinerB asembled appreciated vory much. Flnvlns B. Davloson made a helpful &Ik on foot and mouth dlseaso, W. J>. Zinn, county nrgtcultural gent, talked about fertilizers and Icmonstratlon work. The county agent held four night Ad two field meetings during the reek. The night meetings were at ?Ine Bluff, Saltwell, Adamsvlllo and Smith's chapel, while the field mootngs wcro held at Pine Bluff and Saltroll. There was a total attendance if 240 at all six meetings. The Interest was splendid. He visited nineteen Arms. The county agent will give a pruning Icmonstratlon on tho John Swlgei arm near Brow it' Tuesday and spoak it Brown at night. Wednesday night Mr. Ztnn will speak it Dola and be In his office here Thurslay. Friday he will attend a pruning ind spraying demonstration on the load farms at Shlnnston which will ie In charge of Prof. Aucter of the late university at Morgantown. The usual meeting will be held here laturdny. Mr. Law's paper was as follows: Since Harrison county's leading agricultural industry Is Uvo stock, irobably the most Important probem confronting ua today Is the one if Improving our meadow and pasure lands. And since our county igent. Mr. Ztnn, Is doing so much 'aluable work on this subject, and Is ntcresttng so many farmers In the mprovemont of their land, there irises now another grave problem In htim In>1 iinf r*? A hi! li let thfi t n# KaI^ PUl lliUUPU Jf. AUU IV II) lllia ML UOIop live stock. Prom our grazing standpoint In iroduclng beef cattlo our profit de>ends upon the type, breeding and luallty, and selling price of the steer, ind the cost of gains and the utlll:ation of the by-products of our arms.. Wo have aomo splendid catle in our county, many of which arc >ure-breds, and the others are thfilr irogeny. But we have not enough >f this kind. In traveling over the sounty in any direction you will, you Ind the fault of common cattle, The lack of quality and uniformity, nils is due both to the need of good dood and to the careless cross-breedng of beef and dairy type. If you have not already, when you so home notice your neighbor's catle, as to the variations of color and ,ypes. In many herds you will find eds, blacks, whites, brlndles and all ionceivable comblnatiohs of these :olors, and at the same time some ol he indlvidualB will compare in a arge measure to strictly beef types, vhlle others to dairy types,, with all gradations between the two. Cattle that are all of a color and ire of a strictly beef type or breed, will undoubtedly attract tho atten* * ? ?? AkortitWAli Af* KlIVAf 7* f I IUU UL mi uyflui vet?vl UUJU1J A*. II he opinion of buyers that pure-bret inimals and grades of pure-brec ilres, produce the best quality ol >eef, as well as the largest per cenl if dressed meat per. pound, live relght Here Is one of the placet vhere the common steer .falls dowo 10 badly. The dominating blood In, the pure tred and good grade has been bre< md' re-bred with an eye for beef pro Suction. There are two factors) whlol letermlne the value and usefulnest if a steer on the block, and they art ireedlng and feeding. A steer tha s low set, blocky, smooth, line-boned itralght outlines,-with a smooth, eve) ioverlng of fat over the .entire-body hat carcass will yield a< larger pro lortlon of valuable cats in compart ion-with cheap parts. If our cattle were sired by pure >red bull's, of the -right beef strati) >f that breed,, bulls of: lndlvldua nerlt, with, lots of vigor and.goot sonformatlon, we ought to product !. iMOMMMiHndS&tiv Bell-ans , i IX 1 T> Absolutely Removes proves it 25c at all druggists. , HAMILTON ' ' T? I? y? I a m tri bi pi eii *h yo cn bi of bt >t nc hi T tl ch th In ot bi d? yfl th y. y* of hi th cn ot m th fr P< la an ot tv CO lit if t-v cn rro* the Clnrkaburg Hrothcrluxxl at tl h at 2:80 p. m., Hundny, March 12. pt HEAR I LECTURES *- ? ri , ateoro at two years old, with plenty "' frtjarl anit tmiwa WrtiitittW i?h.. wt IV"U UIIU f|UUU Ml?iit%B0il>vul'l ?n~ lug twelve to thirteen hundred tj, ' pounds. And thoy should bo fnt and j i heavy enough for market Our pres- b, lent two-year-old cnttlo, whose breedj Ing Is not predominated by one of the theef broods, usually attain a weight m from ton to eleven hundred pounds, ?these cattle are not rondy for mar- ^ kot. und have to be wlnterd over or sold at a sacrifice. In the Chicago market twonty-flvo yenrr ago, thoro was only about d< thirty-five cents on the hundred tJl pounds botween the iwclve hundred ? ponnd cattle, and up, and tbo nine , hundred to twelve hundred pound cattle. Today In the same market . there Is n variation on the same kind .: of stuff of about eighty cents per hundred. Take our market today, and you will And a well bred, blooky steer wolghlng one thousand pounds, *' and Ihon one with no special breed- P> i lug, whose conforamllon Is rough, no *' straight ontlloes, and both animals y : with the same weight, the butcher ? ' will bid seventy-five cents per hun- n . dred more for the blooky steer. Here = we find a difference, of $7,50 Ip favor m ' of the good steer. I believe the well bred steer will put on. 100 pounds more each year,;but. to make our argument safe, wo will say ond hundred and fifty pounds In the two yoars. We will aupposo tho 1,200 steer Is worth seven cents per pound, and the 1,050 pound steer six and onofourth cents per pound. That figures a difference of $18.25 In favor of the pure-bred sire. The Pennsylvania State Collego of Agricultural Extension Station selected two steers, a pure-bred Angus and n scrub. These steers were,fed for growth and muscle, but not to fatten; they wore fed for a period, of two and one-half years; they wore fed the same ration and the Bame amounts throughout the feeding.period'for. each'100 Rounds 11m The p'ure-brod atnor made slight I greater gains In live weight from a I unit of feed,,but bin principal gain I was In th quality, of the product. I From this experiment we And'that ? there la not much difference In.the ~ malntalnanco of n well hired ateer m and a scrjib, but the difference1 ta In the finished beef. I am auro I have ? been liberal, with my flgut;e*? nnd without, system and co-ope rati on among ourselves we wlio are, breed- m ; ' " I flHHflMRMDBSMMNMflMHMflHHHIIflBHi wHE UNION TEE'TH CLEANED ; TEETH EXTRACTED .. PAINLESS MET I aso w pt ; BOTH PE _ ? * ^ ^*- i y*r .* - i-K-vf' yi; Il^m&^SSSSSSSm - '> *-. -I .H |p||axicab Zoc rer r I T--' 1; / d k 1 lire gtwfc#^S>^ ilng at the rate of $18.26 every two an, for each iteer we keeji; It la hard to estimate the value of first class breeding bull In a com- ' unity. Wo will compare or-con^i ist u breed bull with the purero ed. 1 do not mean to eay that all ; ro-bred bulls should be used es, because I believe some ofthemag ould have been made steers whw ,3 ung. Nor shall we refer In the so of grade bulls to scrubs, but to lie showing tho predominance of beef blood. Wo will take the* scrub $ ?er, $76, and suppose his usefulss to be a period of throe years, and r viiluo at thin time will be ;$B0.^ iat will mean an annual dopred^?* in of $8. plus tho annual Internet,/^ urged on $7S, or $4.60, making ^ o total coni of running a bull. not | eluding tho reod. $12.60. On the :Jl her hand, we will take a pure-bred v^?j 11 costing $250, In this case the -ym preclstion would be $200 In three aro, or about $66 per annum, plua Vjfi 0 Interest on investment, or about J 6, ranking the total coat $80 imt ar. or a difference between the two v^j $07.60. If the puro-bred bull was died carefully, ho should ; get Irty-flve calves. These thlrtyfive ; ..,3 Ives must represent the extra cost < 1 the pure-bred bull, or appraxt- 1)3 ately $2 por head. We know on J 0 othor hand that the offspring^ om tho pure-bred bull will be sn?' j rior to those of the grade bull. This assuming that the cows bo of; the | me class In each case. The value i , the finished steer, instead of froift renly cents, which would be the st, will bo from sixty to seventy^ e cents, at least when the market ,' ows ns much discrimination be- I reen well bred and poorly bred;^ ttlc as it does at tho present time- . 1 really believe that in most seems of Harrison county, that- the irchose of one of these good buUi-i-'a 11 get hack $2 In the way of inclined value of the offspring for ev- -J! y $1 Invested. I am in the farm-yiia g business first for the money, there -$} 1tar Lhj? niseis 91 hi 11, 4111 u seuuuiwj i e and enjoyment 1 get out of>JjL.'Jfcjsg >ep Itvn stock and my profits wo de* vod from that source. From a boat1$ >ss standpoint there Is nothing that enjoy more^than the feedipf^i^l udge thorn what they eat I belteTe should be the ambition of; ctoeM >t Into some line of pure^brtd live res In Harrslon county will not be ire-bred until'we baveafeir more en In our legislature like our presl-H nt, Mr. ^Davlsson^ and pans laws teg arrlaon county would make, an^effort "e scrub, andTn^eo doing we help ovIn conclusion I wish to emphasize e fact that the^use^alone of Im- ' mdlng and proper oare and manage in^thc day. ^ ^ ^ IBB |^H carefully selected line of i; "live and let| live" jl Corner Second and I II NEW 'AKEKTS^AND'BCOB. *# * * * ? ?s? ,?f* * #?. 76c *11* * * " * f'*: * * * ?J| ' ' ' ' ' 26c [ COMPANY ] Either -mU *>vT5. . H M "Ai . v"! n.'