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j rr ! ''PAUL M. MOORE. CDITOR 'AMO PUBLISHER J. B. PAWOHTT "tJUOElATE EDITOR UNO BUSINESS MANA8ER Memheret iKentuch Pitts' AssacmLien . end Jfaini District Publishers League Adozrtisinz Rates Display Advertisements, slnulo Ibsuo 16o per luch Locals and Instdo Pages, Readers 10o per lino .Resolutions and Cards of Thanks Bo per 1 no Obituary Poetry 6o per lino Slight roduotlons on time contract display advertise ments. Also locals that run everal mouths without chango Entered at the Earllwrton Post Office as Second Class Matter. .Krmck Ollict in HaHswritU, Kentnciy, Franca Elgin Monger, Phone Ne.-7l-2 Rings ' Yelephenc47 Friday, November 28, 1913 . ANNOUNCEMENT 'We are authorized to anuounce Judge J. W. fleueon as a candi date for Congress from the Sec ond -district, Bubject to the ac tion of the democratic party. Find Fossilized Remains. " The fossilized remains of tho head 5t an elephant were recently found by cflshermen In a cliff at Dacton. on the Norfolk coast. The lower Jaw was aliasing, but remains of what are sup vposed to have been tusks were found (ome tlmo ago. London Mall. ' Beans on a Stick. TJttle Ethel was only four years old, end her mother was spending tho day "with a friend who had corn boiled ofl 'the cob on the table when dinner was vaerved. Little Ethel had never eaten etn cooked this way before, bat was rery fond of It, ana when she had care--tolly eaten every grain of con. from he cob; she passed the cob to the waiter and saitV "Please mam pet Deafness Cannot be Cured Ztj local applications, as they cannot reach tbe esed portion of the ear, There is onlf one mzj to cure deafoets, and that isibj constitution al remedies." Deatness is caused bjr an inflamed ioDdition of ibe mucous lining of the Eustachfin "7obe. When this tube is inflamed you save a ximbliog sound or imperfect bearing, and when entirely closed, deafness is the result, and (unless the inflammation can be taken tout and lis tube restored to its normal condition, hearing vUl be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten ore caused.by Catarrh, which is nothing but an .inflamed condition of tbe mucous surface. We will give One Hundred bollars for any case vo'f Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be roied by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- airs, free F..J. CHENEV Sc CO., Toledo. O. Scld by Druggists, 75. Take Hall's Family Pills for constitution. Claude Morton UNDERTAKER 29 S. Main St. Madisonvlllc, Ky. Polite Query. A Vlenneso anthropologist has dis covered that nature intended woman to be man's superior. Well who ao cuses nature o? failure T Cleveland Plain Dealer. HEAD STUFFED? GOT A COLD? TRY PAPE'S "Papt'j Cold Compound" relieves worst cold or"the grippe in few hours No quinine used. Peppercorn Rent. Mr. Staveley Hill, M. P., was at SSnehbury paid a peppercorn as rent TEJie terry was placed In an envelope -vssad 'handed to Mr. Staveley Hill dur- 3n!T a visit he paid to the old village 3chool. In handing over the receipt, la remarked that he was probably She only man In England who received xach.a payment In ldnd.--London Tafc Take ' Pape's Cold Compound" every two hours uutil you have taken three doses, then all grippe miuery coes and your cold will be borken- It prom ply opens your clogfed-up uostrils and the air passages of the head; stops nasty discharge or nose running; relieves the headache, dullness, fevenshness, sore throat, sneez ing, soreness and stiffness. Don't stay stuffed.up! Quit blowing and snuffling. Ease your throbbing head nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compouud," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, aud causes no inconvenience. Accept no substitute. "t-OjjftviB Engineering." A eoalr of "logging engineering" h&i queer sound, but out la Washington the lumbermen Insist that they need It In the 8tato university in their busi ness There are possibly in some aaatern collets professorships more impressively .titled that are not of as much practical valuo. '4 el Women of Refined Taste Get their advance Winter style from the new McCalllook of Fashions WinterJQuality Now on Sale This recognized authority Js in dispensable in planning your Winter wardrobe; i oo pages of authentic description of fasci nating illustratious of advance Winter fashions gathered from the world's style-centers-Par-ish, New York, London, Berlin. Nwest Fashions for evenintr or after nooti gownB, for tailored suits, wraps, outdoor and party frocks for Misses', Children's aud Babies' outfit. Litest StyleB in hats, gloves, neckwear Jewelry, wide belts, handbags, lingerie and all dress accBBBorles. rtMjMHH ""Special Articles on hair dressing, Ctrl8tmaBsugKeBtIon8. embroldory and a wealth of other interesting features for women and the home. All designs illustrated inthis big Winter Fashion Quality are re produced in easy-to-make-at-home, perfect - fitting McCall Patterns. Only 5 cents when bought with 15 cent Pattern. m ii mm Get your Copy at our Pattern Department today SO cents post Haid lncludlugany 15o Pattern SOLD BY THE McCALLJCO. 236-46 W. 37th St. New York START PAYING DAIRY HERDS Will It Pay to Replace Beef Cattle With Dairy Cows? BEEF CATTLE PRICES HIGH Bief Cattl Require Lett Labor Than Dairy Herd But With Good Mar kets Close Milk and Butter Bring Good Proflti to Kentucky Farmer. (W. D. NIcholIs, Dairy Department College of Agriculture.) Will It pay to replaco beef cattle with dairy cattle on the farm? This question has been asked us many times during tho recent months by farmers writing to the experiment station. A good type of grade Hotsteln cow, When fresh this cow gave 6 gallons of milk per day and 55 pounds of Butter In 30 day. A large and per-" sistent milker. We know that at present prices beet cattle offer attractive returns. Fur thermore, good prices are practically certain to continue. We know also that a herd of beef -cattle requires less labor than an equal number of dairy cows. However, when a good market for milk and butter is at hand, and when one will go Into the busln'osi with a determination to stick to it and master the many details, the change from beef to dairy cattle will, mate rially Increase the farm Income. To the beginner In dairying we would offer the following suggestions in the light of more than 20 years of per sonal experience in practical dairy farming, and from observations of the successes and failures of scores of dairymen In this and other states. First, look well to your market If the farm is located several miles from a local market or r'"ipplng point, but ter or cream should prove more profit able' Good farm-made butter of high quality in body, flavor and color, prop erly salted and neatly wrapped In brlck-sbaped packages and in uniform and dependable quantity throughout the year, will always find a ready mar ket. If, however, one can not make and market such high-class and high priced butter, he had better stick to beef cattle and leave dairying alone. Sweet milk and sweet cream usually afford better returns than butter, it a market is available. A -group of pure-bred Jersey calves raited upon skimmed milk. Second, secure large, rangy, lean, deep-bodied, deep-chested, blg-bellled cows, carrying good, capacions udders. 'When fresh such cows should give 3 to 5 gallons of 3 to 4 per cent milk per day, and should average 2 gallons of milk for 10V4 months. Such cows may frequently be picked up In tho neighborhood at ?50 to f 05 each. Third, improve the herd by using a pure-bred bull. The bull's value will depend largely upon whether he comes of a heavy milk and butter producing train. By continuing the uso of good bulls and saving the heifers from the best milk and butter cows, a herd may be built up in a few years which Is practically equal In productive ca pacity to a pure-bred herd. Such a herd may bo developed on the farm at small cost. Fourth, heifer calves may be profit ably raised upon skimmed milk, when available, or two calves may be raised with one cow. A good cow will often raise a third calf after the first two are weaned. Fifth, for the beginner pure-bred females are necessary, High-priced cows should not be used until one first learns to handle grade cows success fully. Starting In tho business with grade cows, a remastered cow may be added from tlmo to time. These cows should be heavy producers, and from good, heavy milking strains, otherwise they will give no better results than scrubs, The breed of cows selected will de pond upon individual circumstances. Holsteln veal valves and old and dis carded cows bring good prices. Jer seys give a smaller amount, but their milk Is richer. Jersey veal calves have a very low value, and this ta true also ot old and discarded Jersey cows. The future of many a promising cow has been ruined by Improper milking Moa'ttttwcaivlnfcWMiwjpjw THE JURY'S VERDICT That all Suits and Overcoats bought for this fall's selling must be closed out without any profit to handlers. The consequent result is the wise buyer will get the foU lowing good values at the greatest saving of money and at the most appointed time. Just when profits on SUITS and OVERCOATS should be the best we offer them to you at Wholesale prices. 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