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Hints for Stock Owners.
There are many farmers who al ways shelter their cattle from storm, but there are raw, cold, windy days which harm them as much as storms. Don't let them Do not neglect to give each horse yjaf jjjg MiSSOUN night, even if the weather is cool. ; i A horse that is thirsty all night 1 will lose in condition, as compared with one watered frequently, and Editors Are Saying cringe in pasture corners, clustered the last thing at night. December together for warmth on such days. Farra Journal. Put them in the shed or barn. To Which We Say Amen. Senator Depew finally into his Louis Times. may now drop anecdotage. St. Notice to Tax Payers. You will find me with City Tax n ... TLU Bank up the oid barns to shut books at Democrat office regular , 1 out the cold w'mrt under'the floors. ' between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m. i As the New York Sun once re- 1 and 4 o'clock p. m. after Nov. 18th. marked. Col. Roosevelt is thru. RICHARD A. KIRBY. Carrollton Sun. City Collector, The sunshine should come into every stable through large windows. Every window should have shut ters to close tightly at night to keep the cold out. If a cow has an npple or similar obstruction lodged in ier throat, it can be removed by pouring a pint of melted lard down her throat. This wiii make the animal struggle and cough, an J '.lie struggle the obstruct-on will be dislodged Booker Has Not Done His Duty. Several days have passed and little' Booker T. Washington has not yet T. R.- Chilli- Fertilizing the Meadow As a rule farmers pay too i attention to the condition of the i wirea conaoiences 10 meadow, it being a general practice ( cothe Constitution. to seed down to timothy and clover g.jj .jj portjf jt and let the meadow stand for sever-1 al or until red-top, blue-grass and " plainly the President's intei weeds greatly injure the yield and tion tliat tne canal shall have a for aualitv of the hav. ' Where the tification. if he has to sit down and meadow stands-several years the De & himself. - Macon Times-Demo-only way to renew it without plow-. crat' Ple.;t of exercise is one verying up re.Seeding is to top dress1 n .... c D important item for keeping a flock . either whh stable manure or j But It Is a Sorry Parting, , healthy. ( mercial fertilizer. A light top dress- j Chauncey M. Depew says he has Encourage exercise by placing ! ing of manure put on in the fall or i teen in politics fifty-four years and CMlog HCiiiingn Have us butcher your render lard and make the sausage. the Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonable. feed some distance from the sheds on fine days. Be sure that the sbeep barn has a tight roof, a, dry floor, good venti lation and no d mft3. Hold on ' i some of the clover spring feeding. It is great when fche sheep got tired of timothy. Sheep are timid, nervous creat ures, and all excitement and rough ness should be avoided in handling them. Look out for sore teats on ewes with lambs. When such conditions are discovered, rub the affected parts twice a day with salted butter. Hogs properly sheltered will thrive on much less feed than those exposed to cold. Alfalfa hay and corn have been found to be a most satisfactory fat tening feed for hogs. Hog mane is almost the richest of any made on the farm. Save it all and put it out on the land. If the food is allowed to sour in the troughs, it wi'l throw the hogs off feed. Thi i vill check growth and is a loss. Don't try to winter fall pigs with out good proicion for slop. Be sides the feed..g value, the slop en courages the igs to drink freely which is desirable in cold weather. The best teed we find for young pigs beforo weaning is shelled corn ; soaked from one feed till tne next and sprinkled over, when damp with middlings, with a very small winter will show wonderful results!18 content to quit. The people will on the yield and quality of the hay ! try to bear the parting with resig and the effect will be apparent for nation.-Platte Co. Landmark. several crops. The thin places. i Tuesday but the leaping and Christmas Cards Free stead, under the first Republican , governor the state has had since Not Ch,.ap Tiash But 1Q Beauti 1868, the census returns show prac-; q tically no increase. The last census 1 under a Democratic governor show-i 1 want to send free to every ed an increase of 16 per cent. If j der of the Democrat 10 beautiful th stnto shall shnw nn mnr nhnnH- imported, embossed, colored Christ- should be reseeded and it will be a benefit to harrow the places seeded, to cover the seed and cultivate the soil so as to give the young grass a better start If commercial fertili zers must be used only those con taining phosphorus and potash should be used as the clover which should be sown with the timothy will ordinarily supply the nitrogen needed, However where the land is badly run down it may pay on the start to bddIv a com Die te ferti lizer. Wood ashes make a fine ! 01 thfc campaign Mr. Roosevelt was Dockery a Typical Missourian. Missouri never boasted a more able stump speaker tJWi Alex M. Dockery. He is a Missourian from tip to toe;, loyal to his state and her institutions and one of the best u fotmed men io public or private: life He is always welcome in his native county off Livingston;. Ghil licothe Constitution. Taking. His. Own. Caugjn Drops, In the last week prior t the close- fertilizer for clover and every pound of ashes from the house and from mills and other sources should be utilized, Ex. ant prosperity in the next two years then we may all pray for a speedy deliverance from dry rot. Worth Co. Times. Lee Bell and wife, of Quincy spent Thanksgiving with Bert Whitten and wife. J. R. Leake and wife visited rela tives in Hunnewell, Thursday. Mrs. H. C. Fuqua attended the funeral of Leonard Sparks at Shel bina, Thursday. an more than once placed i the posi tion of. a member of the "Annanias Club." He is simply a. patient tak ing a few doses off his own medi cine.: Memphis Democrat Different Kind of Zeal. Some men are zealous for one thing and some for another. Some get worked up to the top notch over men whom they admire and will go far enough to fall out with their neighbors who may have different tastes regarding: the. qualities of the men. This principal is quite no ticeable when, a political campaign happens to be in progress. Men living as neighbors, in the same community can ill afford to lose their heads over their favorites and, coucty there is a balance of $r)8.87' I . f -K.t- nnnmif fJt J become sworn. enemies because they I in;u;ireabuiy. uu.,, . Carl Garner, of Quincy was the guest of M. D. L. Graham and wife several days last weeks. Two 'Have Hot Air Recurds,. Mr. Taft has not. been up in airship, but he may consider that his administration has. fully caught j up with, the ex-administration i in;', thia mutter ' Twn, pnhinpt nfTTpe.i-a.l Hitcheock and Dickinson, nbw have aeroplane records. - Rbck Port Mail No Republican County Can Compare. According to. the rocent seminan- nuah statement ofi New Madrid.' Mrs. Wm. Hamilton and Miss Mary, Kendrick, spent part of last week in Hannibal. mas post cards, all different, with out any advertising on them whatt ever. j I do this because I want people to'V know the high grade cards I carry? ! at manufacturers' prices. If you5 prefer beautiful New Years cards;: ; say so when you write. All I askjj 1 is that you send me 4 cents in!j , stamps to cover postage. Address, i ' C T. Johnstone, Pres., Dept." 885 Rochester, N. Y. 12-1 : Mrs. Roy McFarland left for a visit with relatives in bal. Friday Hanni- Miss Lula Havs has. been the guest of Paris friends. Ray Handley,. who is attending school in Fulton,, has been with, his Monroe friends and: relatives- Mrs. M. E. O'Daniel and; Miss Bernadeta, visited in. Hannibal! Sat- Wine for Sale. ' At the Schott Vineyard. Missouri Riesling a 80 cents. i Massala at 90 cents Light red at $1.00. iA Heavy dark red at $1.23. Phone Wm. Madden. JOHN ROTH. J. E. Po jr and wife, of Springfield) III, returned heme Saturday after : a pleasant visit with onarles Schan k and wife. C. W. Sf ttle friends Fri lay. was with Madrir m Ennis Tooley of Ey wps a IK roe visitor last Frid. on- J. J. Dimmitt Thursday. visited in SfodJ Mna cannot subseribe to the same belief I a sinele ono amon& the ma Miss Anna, Larson, of TwuJ This is especiaUy true when the publican counties of South Mtssoum spent Thantegiving with her sister, mpn over whnm thev nimrrel are 1 can;. compare. wuiiimhs leawwuK miss uaronne parson, residents of a distant community in e banner, Democrat : caMntyy of and can have no. personal incerest i Southeast. Missfliuri- Howell , Cb. r r 1 ssf fhAoa urrtiilii vktt trrtrwu tnoiiv nar. sonal friends after they are ejected I L or defeated as. ue case may be. lo, inosetwno uu coai uto nujimg h Antirelv nractical it is well for ' there , will, natt be another strike added. Salt the mixture and feed in troughs. lightly L. E. Emery retumeu to his " home ih' Michigan Friday. frieill ' the " Mouroe tnei Sunday. W teachers mr i . A Y Tmiluroro flnr) J , --Urr, T.r . - ntzpatrick returned T"n rZT "' C incy. Monday where sheisat ware HUtaai. niuay 'ww"w w Be kind hut firm with the colts and tie them with strong halters. Irregularity in time of feeding -and quantity will cause indigestion. An ignorant, ill-tempered, loud voiced man should never be toler ated in any stable. A little shelled corn mixed in with the ground feed you give your horses will help to keep them from swallowing their food too fast The man who bores auger-holes in his stable floor to allow the liq uid manure to escape, u the man who is always hard up and in "bad tact- Do not neglect to keep the feet of the driving horses sharply shod. It mav save bad wrenches and will drontlv add to the. comfort of the animals. Do not put a handful of salt :tWifpM box. Put a brick or irnnnof rock salt In a convenient niaM where the horse may held yww . . , himielf to It when he yanta it every one to. accord to his neighbor the right to. think for himself and respect him for his opinions. One? next S'lrameE Every strike, seems to add- aboufi 2 cents per bushel to the pice. Mine owmcs, say that can, do- this and be just a zealous , increased hire is responsible but Me8djames Vespap.Buell and Majft ' Smithiwere Hantbal visitors; SV A. dayi. and more effective for tile man of! his choice. Zeal for a principal is, also a gcod thing. We may preach a pnncvle of politics, of religion of commer cial relations, or what not, and at the same time de it in a man ner that does not offend those who cannot subscribe to our particular views. Every man has a nght to to his opinion. But no man can afford to fall out with a neighbor on account of differences. Ex. Paul Adams and wife of near Warren, entertained a few friends at turkey dinner last Thursday: C. L Drescher and family, Peter Cooper and family, William Reichoff and Peter Werner of Hannibal All re port a pleasant' time and an excel lent dinner. - - Go to the Economy Store. we take ntie that uhen labor gets 25. cents more a ton for Gaining th$ optsators, hike the price to the coo- sumer $1 per ton. The coal mioes, sa necessary to all to all the people should be as much under control of the government as the railroads. Worth Co. Times. A Cog Loose Somewhere. i Under his (Hadley's) magnificent statesmenship Missouri has pros pered as never beforeHopkins Journal There is evidently a cog loose in the grandstand machine. Hadley has been governor for nearly two years and we were told that from the moment a Republican victory was announced in Missouri the state would go forward by leaps and bounds. Well, the announce ment was made two years ago last Miss Mariart, Coulber,. I Q amcy . - W ' - . was tneguesj- oi jyigwua mends several day s test weejt John Ms&lassoui. of Louisiana has been , visiting telatr.ves in this city. Eugene Leake, spent Thursday friends. of Huniiewell with Monroe Dr. Guilford was a Hannibal visi tor last Thursday. Thomas Montgomery, who is now working in Quincy, spent , Thanks giving with homefolks, Mrs. Mark Hawkins and guests, Mrs. James Whaley and daughter, Mary, were Hannibal visitors Sat urday. ' Dr. Noland and - wife spent sever al days in Palmyra last week. .nding school, after spending a few days with Jier mother. """" I " ' . Albert Bui ih. spent ( Saturday with Palmyra fi.ends. Samuel Pollard left Thursday night for New York on business. George McClough of Hannibal, has been with Monroe friends. "Uncle" Hat Green and wife, of TT i . - nunneweu, were Monroe visitors Thursday. E. J. Dawson and wife of Cameron City, Colo., were in the city Friday. L. A. Kelley left Monday for Silex where he will spend several days. John Green was with his Hannibal friends Saturday. many Charles Smith was transacting business in Quincy, Saturday. Orville Brown, of Hannibal was a Monroe visitor Saturday. Call at Strean & Son's for. any. thing In. tonsprlal line.; .i it St 4 . V... ' t