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i"' $n, vtvf t; 5'r ;Wiv "T,TitfTTwWKr'V''','W'-TnC '7,""IW' "' "r" rTJl --tt t t - w-jp T W, J "-. HOUSEHOLD HELPS OBSBRVE TJ1E POSTAGE STAMP. My daair Uy, obsoroe the ipotfjago tamp; its U9."fulna?B durwida upon Um abUUy to s'Jck to one (iilng until K gals thene. iAtkhk RASPBERRY CREAM. Boll one-ihalf glass pf raspboiiry Jam with one pint of waller for a few min abee 'tihun add two tablespoons of Uaa ago. Boll until thick and sago is clear. &ffva "woVib, orconi. ICED COFFEE MILK SHAKE. This la a delightful drink made by jfbaking two ounnas of cof Cos Blrup, on? egg B.nd ifcaroo ounces of civam in a nakieir with Bhavod Ice. TO REMOVE IRON RUST. Lemon juice and salt .mixed igefih,it may be spraad upon the spots and the aatilclo laid in. ,the sum RiTxatthe op erotdon if necessary. Starch may be spread on the article Instead of rait. When, dry wasjh'out In clear (water. SAUTED BREEN TOMATOES. Select smoq'ih tomatoes not qrulte Jualp ripe, wash and cut into Alices About half Inch in thiokness; drain dry nd dust with salt and pepper, egg and crumb the alloes; put tlhreo tableppooBB of oil ox drippings with a bit of butter for flavor In frying pan, turn and brqwm the o'.ihiec sUVj Bemone from pan with cake 'turner to netadn shape, place on heated dish and seirve with HoHaodale sauce. no DRIVE MOSQUITOES AWAY. Kow ithat the nerve-racking zing of the busy .billed mosquito Is b ginning to work overtime, Uncle Sain has has tened to the rescue sdth a onlxture that is claimed will keep Mr. Moeqult at a distance. A pamphlet by Dr. L. O. Howardw has just been issued on swatting the "skeetier." A few drops of the following mixture on n towel hung orer the head of .the ibed is a warming that kecips the little drill rs nit a distance nhUe the elj.i:r rests in dreamland: Oil of atrondla 1 SplritB of Camphor 1 Oil of Cedar 1-2 TO KEEP MILK COOL. Thore are countries in whlsh foe is unknown, and yet for ages the people hare understood, in some degree, tie ant of producing for 'wafer and other fluids a temperature lower than that of "tihe surrounding a'r. The princi ple involvr.d in all such caa& is a lower (temperature produced by the alow evapora'ion of water. The same principle may be invoked by us to day, when our supply of ice has given out, or if for any cause .that most comgxxrfable agent in hot weather is beyond our reach. An exchange has deBorib-cid a simple but eWecitUe device Jot cooling any liquid without the aid of ice by invoking this principle of evoporaton. You take a tin cup and out a slot across the bottom with a can openjr or other means. Then take the teg of an old cotton JBtocWmg or the efeuve of a ca&'.-ctt end of the remnant through the clot in the botom of the cup, eo that the slot is loosely filled and tiu end sticks up im the cup. The large or free end of the remnant EhouM be trimmed so as to hang oloely about tine bottld containing the milk, Rhich bottle should be kepjt Bltiticg, mean while, in a plate or dish. The cup set on the botUe is new nllli-jd witlh water and the olaih acts as a wick to conduct the water slowly down over the bottle. Be tune not to have the fabric plug the slot in the bottom of the cup too tlghitly, tise the water) an ncit pass down. Also, the cloth should be wrapped quite closu-ly about the bottle to exclude the r.ir. row consequentt evaporation in lite w cloth causes a conaldicirablkj raduqUoci Jn itemrxaature and Mill kJsp the milk quite cool. BOSTON' CREAM. JBofll three quarts of vattr and lot It get coW, thion atlr In 1 1- pounxls of granulatitd eugar, 2 ounws or tar taric acid, the whites of 2 gs btttt m atiffiy and 1 1-2 teapoonfuis of lumon extract. Mix wtdll and put Ixito baKJi s for use. When required put into a tumbler about a quarter of a t aspoonful of carboiwto of soda, half fill thj tum Umt iwlch wutwr and mix. Pour in a glassful of the crjam wh n a fro'h rises to tho top, making a pi aaant, cooUng drink. STRAWBERRY PIES. For the Dst of all strawberry pkis bakie a rich cruit in a dep pl tin. "VVtuh and hull two quarts of ljpy stmwbermius, and nia&u Uhiin Mlehtly with one cupful of granulated bur 'Jo serve, flu tho terries itto the pastry shell and pile on a iiLirrinigue mad-3 vwith the atilffly mhlitud whl'e of two eggs and two tabtasiwonfuls of sugar. Brown very delicately in a slow oven, or, If it is to bemt ea lmmedlateJy, it need not bo put in the ovmu at all. SPINACH SALAD. Take one-half iuck of fresh, crisp spinach, wash thoroughly In tsovioral 'wature, put In abeamer and utim Cor about tea ntlauU; turn into a' colander and drain; "then chop fine, a a'on with Kilt, popper nn,d two tables noonfu Is of mvl!,cd bufltxsr: mix wV.l and ipress into small molds or cups. When cold plao each iform on lottuco tnf nnd put onra npoonful of good salad dressing on "Mch. MILK SHAKES. In tho ehnker, milk shaloes, some of the fflmjileT glno s, fnappes, ades, p-nehos and Ices can bs nvwle. In making a milk shake, (taloe orna ounce of sirup (any flavor desired) to one- half a tumbler ach of rich milk nnd shawd ico. Shake vigorously a few minutes and pour in 'jo a glass. It is thn nuady to drink. A dish of eoda from the syphon makks it identical with the produut of the public Boda fountains. I QUEEN OF PUDDINGS. Two eggs, yolks only, one teacup granulated, sugar, lump tm'Jtt.v size of walnut, one pint new milk, crumbled stale bread or biscuit or 1'ght bread. S'dr in to medium thickness, few drops vanilla. Stir into thla two-fthlrd cup of jam, blackberry the best; bako slowly, Ufe whites for merntague, flavor with imniHa. Good iwith or without sauce, hot or cold. Afraid to Stay Alone. Cherry Valley, Ark. Mrs. Carrie Moore of this place says, "I was afraid to 6tay by myself. I had headache nearly all the time; my heart would palpitate, and my vitali ty was very low. When I would lie down, at night, I had no hope of llv log until day. I tried Cardul, and now I feel better than I have for 5 years. I cannot praise Cardul enough for what it did." Are you a woman? Do you need a tonic? Try Cardul, th woman's tonic Your druggist sell it Al Every Clerk Gets Bible. Frankfont, Ky., Dec. 30. Sacrdtary of State Branr today prestemtieid the members of 'his offcee force with Red Letter Testaments, lie gave each of the raewsipaper men a fountain pen. Dr. Bruner is one of the bett likod members of the administration. Ends Winters Troubles. To many, wiln'tar is a sjason. of trouble. The frost-bitten toos. and fingers .chapped hands and lips, phil- blalns, cold-sor3, red and mough Bkins prove tnte. But such troubles fly be' fore Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. A tirial convinces. Greatest hleoler of Burns, Boils, Piles, Cuts, Sojvs, Bnnges. Ec zema and Sprains. Only 25c at ail druggists. m Paint Lick Sick Lady. Paint Lick, Ky. Mrs. Mary Free man, of this place, says: "Before 1 commenced to take Cardul, I suffer ed so much from womanly trouble,, I was so weak that I was down on my back nearly all the time. Cardul has done me more good than; any medicine I ever took In my life." You need not be afraid to take Car dul. It is no new experiment. Com. posed of gentle-acting, henb lngredl ents, it has been found to safely re lieve headache, backache, and similar female troubles. Try it for your troubles. A-S Marriages Show Increase. New York, Jan. 1. One marriage to every 100 population was like ap- proxima'e wwldrlng rote tn NVtw York during 11(11, according to figures miade public by tho Mamagca Lilcense EutiOjU aJt-.ir closing today for the jitar. Dur ing the twelve months thejfcj wyr,3 is sued 54.J7S flicer.tk.tf, tur U.14S tnore than In 1910. Agricultural Extension. FEEDING DAiIRY COWS. Tills is a time wihen tho dairyman with a alio is not worrying about what to fu d or Kaiuse fetl is high. Tho pivianc jwlods of hay, corn and meal f .ed are causing many doilry ma to n balvu not to j ass unwolier winter without a eito. The u-u of silage mi.ins the ke y Ins of more tows on tho tamo acr-.3. It ctus liiu hay bill in half and ppdu- cos larger yu&d cf milk, in fad ing, fcJlapu and Jjiy nro grT.vjrally fad as much as th ea'tl wlM dousuuiK Provide, if ivcwlbie, alfalfa, Kli.jKa or clowr hay. in case of a Bhpifjaigo of the'e,, usi wiliatmvcx is ob'ainablQ but whatever is lacking in the hay will have to ho Hupplled in the mono expensive gmain fftjda. Many dalroinen tan having )oad sue cess wdtta com elkee,, co'jtocia.ijd m-.al and cowpea hay, using no mill food, and wtuupt?' sob grain ttoems to ba n3 dod, Eanpl)dng conn. Wifth nUapi and cowp n and c'oxir hay, fljrid grain in proiwrtion of 1 pound of grain to 3 1-2 or 4 pounds cf milk produo d. "Without 6l!ng r.nd (wUi tlmo'hy or corn faMer (for rougli nosa) fajd 1 lHTiind of gnxln mlxtuno to 2 1-2 or 3 poundis of ni'.lk. Brand and shlrstuff nro n.lly too high to bo coujldiTud nnd ivody mix ed pott nt fund are atlll higher. Alanj havw learaiod from oxporlonooe that "roady made" fr.eds do not pay. Cora cottonsoed nwial and Honvj'.lmB a 1 lit tle bran or o'.l meal are us.-d to mix with mill dmit and wacd sads for filler. Some are horwsiUly nradi but all "ready made" taoia are made at a profit of five to bva dollars p ton, which can b etavde by mixii.is at home and even be,'Jtttr nusults ob taiaucL Nothing can ba said in fa vor of conddjmenital feeds or oond'J'jiou ers. Many mixied feeds selling from $30 to $35 i.t ton have irom 10 to 20 per cent, protein, when ootton&l'd moil, containing 36 to 41 per ceut. proO.in, can be obtalntcd for less than $30 per ton. Dritd dU'Ji'Jcff'B giulns containinig about 24 ptr cait. dlg.etti ble proiteln cost about $30 or loss, be ing a very much cheaper source of protein than bran. Many successful dairymen are mak ing up their own raitlons such as corn chop or corn and cob imccU 4.00 pounds and cottoneeed meal 100 pounds. In the absence of clover, cowpa or alfal fa hay, raise itho proportion of cot tonseed mijasl to 150 poundis. Where dried distiller's grains are obtainable a mixture of com chop 400 poumdsjaoi itaniswjd m. al 100 poundB and dry dJs'jlUer's groin 150 pound, mates a good ration, tho mixrjuna be ing foad In prpportton to m!ik y4-!id,as, previously diascrihed. Good clmxr or alfalfa hay, chcipcd fine and mixed with the corn chop acd coCtonEead meal, will ninAo the fx.d light and bulky, as is desired for cosj Slncti 2,200 pounds of Alfalfa ha- is equal to a ton of bran, there is lifttle m t'd of expensive concentrates with alfalfa. The .wiser doirjman who (makes itihe moat money will grow b:1q3 and corn and hay rich in prmteOn and buy prcto'.n only in the Eihapw of cxKXon sid meal, oil sn.val and gliitrra Co.l. A common fault in foiling la (he use of too much grain nnd fedlns all cows alike, regardi-As Df produc tion. D'ffenont kinds cf combinations of taoda do not atfvot tho buiit.rfat oon teat of milk. Questions regarding dairy cow feeding will be gladly answiarod. 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You may need help in getting in your bad debts a few hints can be given that have materi ally helped others out of tro ble. How to conduct a special sale, or sales, may possibly by the shortest way out of your worries. lil . Directory Olilo County Circuit Court-T. P. Dlrkhcad, Judge; Ben D. Itlngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff. Jailer; E. Q. narrau, Clerk; F. L Fo llx, Maatcr Commlaloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. H. Dlack, Sher iff, Hartford. Deputies-8. O. Keown an Lon Black. Court convenes first Mon day In February and continues throe weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks second Monday In June, threo weeks; third Monday in October two weeks. County Court-It. It. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. Tlnaley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, At torney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, May, August ami November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tues day in January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers C. S. MoxBey. Surveyor. Korduvllle, Ky., K. F. V. No. 2; Bernard Felix .Assessor, Hart ford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Uenry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Ulley, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday af ter 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday la September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. O, K. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte 9A Mnnrlo In Kt s ! Wailnnmliiw afld 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 9wt ftVnnrln. I Cn.) !. lir..l...l..i after 3rd Monday tn December. Jnhn If Ullna Ilr.nIniv LVMnii a .. 3tVi IVlnriliitr In tluMt. Lt.Uw .tt.m 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. J . f .1tirlr atnn a' &'.. O.ImJ.u w. -w, wu.nwla cukca tunil, oatUIUal after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday in December. M'C ,cok. Itenfrow. Tuaeday after 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after the second Monday In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem- jnCi" mX?.IIImJ FrJvllle. Thursday after imi MnJiay n A.uBUt. Thursday after 2nd Monday In November. ltW'.tr , "". "'Pn, i-naay arter 2nd Monday In February, Friday after 2nd Monday in May, Friday after 3rd Mon- .liytoNonber;"""7 "" Mon-J HABTFOItb POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Judge; O. B. Llkens.Clty Attornrv Sim mi.... t. .. ."TS"? ?.ne? f.ccJnU Monday In each month. tC. nZ7,'?"-Z,'ll: w""am' Lyo"-: rr mIC ""v'i a " Treas urer. Members of Council. T. li. jiai-. nard, W. J. Bean. W.M. Fair Pen TyLor'.' a E1. E. P. MooreV ' W."T.:,"'":ejr:.?l"Ie""Jc''a'fmn; n v r'"" " ""CIUJL' a iJornott. C. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. RELiaious sEmacEs. M. TC- rhlirrK Cah1. C....I . andVnlng-VCerflmVhSun! day In each month. Sunday School SH5 sX. "syBa E.K.I; sssr V ' v,nu,Ui-oemcel every Sunday moraine niiil nii.n cs...i ,v i " .. .t5 a. m. Prayer meeting ery Wed nesday evening. Jlev. J. W. Bruner. snh,filUt? C,hl'rc!!rScn., every fourth o, f " " "u i p. in. sundny School 2:50 p. m. Elaer w. u. Wrn,B? ehPrnCnh,UHrci,rS,1rvicc- r" 8nlr In Sunday Scoolslti." -- SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 5. F. A. M.. meets flrFt and third Monday night In each mnntli n.,.n ii,.. ;.. r. ' i" P. iortman Secretary. -. .cjTBione unapier No. 110. R. A. M.. meets every, third Saturday night In w. s. Tlnaley, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. M, O. E. S i . """ t"u "n juonuay even iifVi. Miii8, A.nde''on. W.M. Miss L,lzzle Miller Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110. Knights of itila5: mce's every Tuesday night. of fc &Tan' c c, J- Ney Fster' K- Hartford Tnt Hn OO tr r m r S6?.? Tevy J',,rf l "nd' third Thursday . .v. .jr. nuimr, v.ommanuer; L r, t oreman. Record Keeper. Sunshine HHe No. 42, L. O. T. M.. lHAPtsl AVrV IraO an1 41.UJ ei.t s . I !?'"h!?"th; "" Attyearlffln.Lady ww....w..uci , mi, ui i-enaieion, iaay Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881. SSSi? Rlt.8aturiLay n,sht ln ech mnh Treoi. ' ,! W D" Luce Sec' Arm YjiAtw XT Mn 9 r . . secoi.d and four'th 'Friday night in each month, w. R. Hedrlclc Nobfe Grand Ohio Trlb No. 188. Imp. Order IUd Men. meets tecond and fourth Wednea- ?,e"A..8.acnem- E- pe. Chief of tfsrtfAM n.mn 1T A .. . w Somlalnder Thom Williams; clerk, Preston Morton Post N. i, Q, A. R.. holds regular meetings Saturday before Adjt. " "or, A. 8. of E. National Officers: Presldent-M. F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J, M. Woods. Secretary-Trcasurer-S. V. Kump, In dlanapolis, Ind. State Officers: H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice President. S. B, Robertson, McLean county, Sec. Treas. ' 0. P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat tle Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War ren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio coun ty; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; It. K. I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: H. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtlo, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky, COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tichcnor, Hartford, R. F. D. No. E. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. 8. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B, L. Alford. White Run, Ky. 5. Richard Plumcr, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 6. J. L. Brown. Rockport. Kv. efiiMOT, AV. &4sfessJfoYmihtswfi'n Re. Jctsi GrzzsiE?eiJV?eJJ T&foeti. M"),-"1 sfclto. OH C Murtin - aSaTBS mW W SJ V BI SBSS.SM Attorney at Law IIAUTFOItD, KV. Will practice bJs profeion In tills and adjoining counties. 'Comm ant Criminal Practico a Specialty. Barnes & Smithy All. .. I ... nuurneya at uaw HARTFORD, KY. .ii..s&re. vv, ii, ii.inuB iuiu j. t,. i Smith annoujioo Mimt uivy lun'o tronni a partiurclulp for tiho ennoral pjuc tico of law, excerpt crtnilmxl nnd Id Ivor axs..n, Mr, BiniUi b.Ing County Aitbur ariy Is jiixnvntcd front rajca'clntrwichl ccasMi. Mr. Bnrir.M Willi indlvlduatly aoccnt t-ucli proctloA OfXIom In Hartford It.publ!cain Inilldiirg, Hart, tord, Ky. FRANK L.FELIX. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KT. Will practice his profession la Ohts) and adjoining counties and in tht Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Cot lections a Specialty. Office In the Hfl aid building. YANCYL. MOSLEY. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KT. Will practice his profession tn all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also No tary Public Office over First Nalioaal Bank. JOHN II. WILSON C1IAS. M.CROWB WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice their profession la aH the courts of Ohio and adjoining; coubx ties, and ln the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to crttnlaal practice and to co'Jcctlooa, Offloc on Main St., opposite Court House. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Ohio County . i HARTFORD, KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A SPECIALTY. OTTO C. UAUT1N S. 1. McKENNET Martin & McKeoeey Hartford, Ky. General Insurance Life, Accident, SlcK, and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU.! Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fata, In nervous prostration and female weaknenea they are the tupmne remedv-, as thousands have UstMsiL TrUsfaWflfflMP k is the best medicine ever sM over a druggist's counter. SEEDS' MKOan IMM SWCMBI SPECIAL OFFKR: 14 te kaM Xa Baalaaaa, A trial will r rttafflsttilM r.l'iSTT .WK i yea oar perataorat cnataaiar. ItH-l I JL"r i- W 1 " "si Tuts- I Has M SfftotMnHM kaik-M TarsaUM a aU. rvme to-oayt Mtatlom thl$ ftser. 1 mimififtfrffJJJf I utlulL AJlsa.u.A" ri . . 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