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THE HARTFORD HXRAIdO
Notice to Taxpayers
We, or one of our deputies will be at the following. named
places on the dates set out, for the purpose of assessing your
property and collecting your taxes. , Please meet us where most
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20 Ceralvo
THURSDAY, SEPT. 21 . . . . Pt Pleasant
FRIDAY, SEPT. 22 . . . . Centertown
SATURDAY, SEPT. 23 Rockport
MONDAY, OCT. 2 Bells Run
TUESDAY, OCT. 3 Ra!Ph
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4 Magan
THURSDAY, OCT. 5 . Deanfield
FRIDAY, OCT. 6 Herbert
SATURDAY. OCT. 7 Fordsville
MONDAY OCT. 9 Narrows turn are given with about 80 cubic
TUESDAY OCT 10 .Dundee centimeters of castor oil to a pig
TUtSUAY, UUI. tu .. .J weighing from 40 to 100 pounds.
WC.UNc.3UAT, UUli II .iw.m.w
THURSDAY, OCT. 12 Horse Branch
FRIDAY, OCT. 13 Heflin
SATURDAY, OCT. 14 Beaver Dam
TUESDAY, OCT. 17 Shreve
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 Olaton
THURSDAY, OCT. 19 Buford
FRIDAY, OCT. 20 Smallhous
SATURDAY, OCT. 21 Simmons
C. A. RALPH, Sheriff,
reed and the no of an Internal
antiseptic have been found to be
helpful In controlling thl trouble.
'Experiment! are under way on a
number of farma In the atati to de
termine whether ' or not abortion
In swine can be controlled , by thi
use of vaccines. A number of sow
In different herds that aborted this
spring have been vaccinated and re
bred to determine the value of th'
treatment. The vaccine l furnished
free by the station.
"The common round Worm of
hogs seems to be the most trouble
some parasite, this worm being most
serious In pigs from four weeks to
five months old. Oil of chenopodlum
which may be purchased at any drug
store), Is said to give results equally
as good as those obtained by the use
of higher priced drugs. Two cubic
centimeters of the oil of cbenopod-
ROY F. KEOWN, Tax Com'r.
IAKOKM ATIOX FROM THK EXTE R1MEXT STATION AGRICUL
TURAL PAPERS AXD THE COIXTV AGENT'S OKI'ICE
Hosslan My lamas NH Vrtaiti Ah u:itil lute winter' before the gopxH
Vet fare flailed out is a first class method
extent tu wn'.i-h the : "'oriiiK larai suite ine are rm"
The exact extent tu
Hu.sian fly probably will
wSeat sown in Kentucky "!'.' fall
car.not be determined until !!) sa
on is more advanced and ;he pr -ence
of thu flies ar observed on
volunteer wbf.it In different se.lions
f the state-, according to Hirr:(n
Youngster Icarn Point Of Ilecf
Cm! tie Buenos a
Close to 200 Kentucky farm bovs
who aro members of junior agri
cultural clubs In elfiht ' different
counties of the state are getting a
real taste of the beef cattle business
In ' connection with the work they
are doing this summer to develop
the 194 bahy beef calves which tbey
will enter in the club classes at the
first annual fat and feeding cattle
show and sale to he held at the
Bourbon Stock Yards, Louisville,
Nov, 23 and 24, according to M. S.
flarside, assistant state leader of
Junior agricultural club work at the
Co'.leRe of Agriculture. Among
other things, the youngsters are
learning how to feed beef cattle for
I lie greatest profit and how to show
them to the best advantage at fairs
and livestock shows, he said.
The fending of the nnimals for
tucky Agricultural Experiment Sta
tion. Howe. or, farmers are l-i Ing
w.irnid to sow their grain ult-.-r
"fly-free', dates and to take ottn-r
;,r(iauti(ns In the w.iy cf wtll-iir-"
pared seed bids, the use oi fertiliz-;'
rs and pood seed in order fo re- ,
tfuce th annual damage caused by ;
wheat's worst Insect prst. T'no fact
that fc reports havi bi:;n received .$
.i ..- IruKH end rtrv. If the beans are
be'ng i w iN(ivt-nii;er uiiow is iiiiw in mi air
v.inced stage with the result that
of the calves are showing
i prospects of being outstanding In-
1-11. .1.1 1- - 1 1 n . . T : . n .1 Dnldh
Tomroercitl seed growers usual- - m' '
bav oe nd a half tons of soy-i 1,08e developed by adult breeders
ana feeders, many oi me young
beef cattlemen are gettng" In Bhape
threilicd imni"diate1y after
pulled, they ire at i to be ruiiifd If
:hey ln-come damp afterwaids or!'nanT
rv damp when threshed
Carman, entomologist at (ha Km- r-a;i tr:.w from a crop that yields.
J biiK'iels of se-xl an aero. Since
this is the ran-, a half ton of good
diy.b(.an stalks am! pods can be ex
pected to y.eld five or six bushels of
good, bright feed. The beans do not
crack to a ;eriom extent when flail
ed and nro not molested by rats and
mice when stored in piles."
for the Louisville show by enterinc;
their calve in the numerous county
and district fairs be'ng held over
the state during the present season.
Their prospects for profits on their
summer's work are exceptionally
bright Just at present in view of the
fact that baby beeves are topping
everything In the way of cattle in
prices ou tho various livestock Mar
kets. Work of developing the animals
has reached the point where the
animals will be kept on full feed
from now until the time of the show
and pushed for the greatest possible
tains, a mixture composed of (our
Vlair County Chills Luy Only Six
on damfiKe done by the fly during the Kkhh During Wo-k
past year is no indication that the : Eight hens culled from the flock
tU'i-'s wheat crop will be free from ' 0f 24 Riiods Island Reds owned by
tbe ravages of the insect th's year. ! gHa White, who lives near
be pointed out. j Columbia, Ada r county, because
"The condtion of Kentucky's ;bey showed characteristic signs of
wheat crop has been Improved be'nc Iow urnducers that had stop-
tna'crlally from year to year be- .,o laying until spring produced !,'. , i ft- t,, r
'cause many farmers have adopted total of only six eggs during the, gMUnd oaU or bar)ey and one Bnd
the practice of ow.ng their seed, week after they were removed, ac-j OIlB.fourth parU of 0n meal by
iafttr the dates on which the files cordng to a report whiih she has we,ght , being recomm6nded as the
have disappeared. However, the iai. mafi0 t0 tne Mansion division ()egt feed for tne animaig fr0Bi now
Insect will continue to preseut a f the College of Agriculture on a
serious problem to the grain grow- culling demonstration held on her
rs of the state until every farmer farm. During the week before cull
adopts the practice of sowing after jnK the 24 bens In her flock produc
the fly-free dates. One farmer who (,j a totai 0f 33 eggs while the 1
that were kept as layers produced
a total of 36 eggs during tbe week
Mws before thte dates can harbor
enough flies in bis grain to infest
many acrs the followng year. Tbe
Heiun fly problem in Kentucky ,
will be largely solved when every .j .uy Havoc In Many Swine
farmer waits until after the recom- ( Herds
meuuea uatea lor nis community, lnfet.,0U!, ,wtn0 diseases
before sowing wheat. '
Because of the life history of the
Inse-i, wheat sown in September l
afmr.ft uie 10 be badly infested.
until the show. This mixture has
given excellent results In finishing
cattle on- the college farm. The ani
mals should be allowed to eat all
the grain mixture that they can
clean up together with all tbe rough
feed which they will eat.
Warren county claims 40 of the
young beet cattlemen, Todd county
25, Union county 22, Trimble coun
ty 18, Lincoln county 20, Boyle
county 22, Washington county 28
and Marion county 19.
The adult flies, becom fewer in
dumber toward tbe end of tbe
month und when fronts come are
largely destroyed. Wheat sown in
ilea and various other troubles nre
making it Increasingly difficult for
the Kentucky farmer to produce Huad riertlflcatJoii Get. Under
Way In State
n.rk at c profit, According la re
rnrts being received by the' w trii;
ary department of the Kentucky Ag
ricultural Experiment Station from
all' over the state. Cholera, abor-
October in Keatucky Is not likely to Uon troub,eg and ,ntegtlna,
DO miosis. in HVeraBB rr.au..., ..., h v.. l-.a.
aud given conalierable trouble dur-
October 6 has been found to be the
roopt favoraMe date for sowing In
Kastorn Kentucky, October 5 to 10
for Central Kentucky and October
10 to 14 for Western Kentucky.
Well-prepared seod beds, the use
ins tbe last tew months, the reports
"Hogs shou'd be vaccinated with
both 'the yerum and virus In all
of fertilizers add seed that is known :
eases where symptoms and lesions
Forty Jefferson county farmers
who are members of the certified
seed potato growers' association re
cently organized in that county
have made a good start with their
plans to produce "pedigreed" potato
peed, according to J. 8. Gardner,
vegetable gardening extension spe-
c'alint of the College of Agriculture,
who recently completed tbe first
field Inspection of their plots for tbe
present season. Another Inspection
. I . ...J I, ., ,T . 11 Win A
make wheal better able to withstand .
the attacks of the insert, crops spe
cla'lsts of the station say.
; indicate that the disease may be,0f tn9 piant, n the field will be
F til Showing
Will be on display any time you wish to see it. Don't
fail to see our large and complete line of Millinery.
Its open for your inspection, and if you want any in
formation in regard to Millinery, Miss Mary Beeler,
who is capable and always glad to help you, will show
you- through. ,
We Have Our Store Full of New
Merchandise for Fall
Such as Dress Goods of ail kinds from the cheapest
up. We carry a full line of Coat Suits and one-piece
Dresses, $15.00 to $50,00.
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Caps, Shoes, etc.
We handle the national advertised line of Hart,
Schaf f ner & Marx Clothes and Flprsheim Shoe for
men, the Queen Quality Shoe for, women, and Billiken
Shoe for children, so come and give our store a look
and be convinced that this is the place to trade.
Yours for Quality,
Beaver Dam. Ky.
W. W. Dlmock, head
1 of the department said. In early
stages, many diseased conditions of
twine show tymptoms that are com-
j iron to cholera. If the owner waits
HySen And Corn (innvn Mui'.y for thr-e or four day to make sure
tivmt riuviiiK Method of the tymptomj, a number of pigs
Now '.hit corn and soybeans r.r way become infected and .die pro
ma.'ti'MM la a'l .parts of tho tv. j v'ded the disease Is cholera. Even
unr j- fnrmris v 1. have tho vt , though tho dltease it not cholera
cmjis prnwlng tiitither are wonder-J lh coat of ocelnaton Is not lost
In? how tbey can harvest enough ( for the owner has an Immune herd
best s-fd to plant soys In ell tholr once be has vaccinated,
corn next year, l'ull'ng a half ton j "rowel troubles, which seem to
er Wire of beans and stalks, storing, be on the Increase, have been lu
them In the barn for a wbilo and ' vetl::atii t tlm .tatlon for the
then later flall ef them out la per-1'. -. r 1 - w'M. the r.UH tha.
Jiaps the be't method of solving o dftr '1 r r""'' - M ma-M
tbia p'Ob'e, according to Ralph et to.'l - em. "- troii
Kenney. soils and crops ipeelullst of hies are most pr?a'ent among
the foil. g of Agriculture. j rlioa'.s. As soon as trouble from
-A half ton of beans and stalks this source beumes apparent, the
fan be pulled with Utile difficulty a.ilmitU should be given a purgutlve
-d fl rwn fnto waon bed driT- "'' w- to e'enn sod jit
en fhrour1! the corn fie'd. Leaving tn af'er tbe ncdlrlue take
the s-eiv, and the beans In the barn If.". !"enty i,I :.m1 water, ground '
held later In tbe season while the
tubers also will be Inspected in the
They are fTA
I I !
bin before tbe stock can be com
pletely certified aud pronounced fit
for sale as such. The . 49 farmers
are tbe growers of 150 acres of po
tatoes whicn win oe ceruueu mi.,
year and which are tbe first to be
grown under a similar plan In tbej
tate. ' - I
Tbe inspection, which was beld
for the chief purpose of detecting'
some of the more serious potato
diseases, revealed the fact that tbe(
Jefferson county stock contained a(
nerccntage of disease less than tbe.
minimum allowed for certified pota
to stock. Mosaic,, leaf roll, blight
aud black scurf were tbe chief,
disease looked for In tbe lnspec-l
Despite the fact that the Jeffer
son county potatoes got off to
late start because of weather condl-,
Hons, recent rains have benefited 1
the crop considerably and lndlca-J
tons are that the growers will ob-j
tain satisfactory yields. All grow-(
ers concerned are enthusiastic about
the prospects for this year's crop.
and the future of their newly form-
Mr. Gardner re
Sim: tbe formation of the Jef
ferson county association, tbe pro
duction of certified seed potatoes
has aroused considerable Interest
among farmers In other section of
the state. Organisation of a second
association bas just been completed
In 8blby county, five farmer being
e'arter members of It.' C. W.
Qutr'a bas been named secretary
of tbe new association.
Certified potato seed should con
tinue to grow In favor with Ken
tucky farmer In view of tbe fact
marked increase in yield over those
obtained from ordinary teed stock,!
M.. Gardner said, 1 ,
-Farm And Home New From Over
A total of 380 Grayson county
farmers and poultry keeper have
been taught tbe method of separat
ing the laying and loafing hen in
their flock by mean of nine poul
try culllngg .demonstration held
recently by County Agent R. W.
Scearce and the extension division
of tbe College of Agriculture at Lex
ington. The ownera of 40 flock in
the county reported that tbey band
led a total of 1.700 ben. 450 of
which proved to be' low producers
that had stopped laying until spring.
More than 1,000 acre of Whit
ley county farm land are expectea
to be seeded with cover crop this
fall to protect them from erosion
and leaching during tbe winter,
County Agent B. P. Davis aay.
. .Allen county farmer are contri
buting toward tbe success of tbe
drive which the extension division
of the College of Agriculture
conducting throughout ' tbe state
against scrub breeding anima's,
County Agent A. M. Allen say.
Thirteen of , them have enrolled in
tbe movement by agreeing to use
nothing but purebred sire in all
their breeding work. '
A campaign designed to eradicate
tuberculosis from McLean county
herd 1 going forward rapidly,
Couty Agent R. H Ford aay. A
total of Its animal have been list
ed by their owner to be tested for
Payette county farmer and poul-
trymea are showing Increased inter
est in the improvement of , their
poultry flock, County Agent W. R.
Cabbert says. Attendance at poul
try culling demonstration have
been 60 per cent greater this year
than last year, be added. .
ONE WEAK SPOT
Many Hartford Peoplo Have a Weak
Part and Too Often It1 The
Many people have a weak spot.
Too often it' a bad back.
Twinge follow every sudden
Dull aching keep up, day and
Backache Is often from weak kid
ney. . In such case a kidney medicine I
Doan'a Kidney Pills are for weak
For backache and urinary ill.
Hartford people recommend tbe
remedy. Ask your neighbor!
Mrs. Foster Bennett, Washing
ton St., Hartford, aays: "I took
.Doan's Kidney Pill to relieve me of
an attack 'of oains in my back. My
back pained all tbe time and morn
ing I felt lame, tired and languid.
It was hard to do my housework.
My kidney acted irregularly at
time. . J was advised that Doan'a
Kidney Pill would regulate my
kidney and do away with the pain
in my back and I am thankful to.
ay that Doan'a cured me and I
k . I. - J A - . .. .
Price 60c, at all dealer Don't
slmn'v ask for a kidney remedy
get Dosn's Kidney P.lls tbe am
that Mr. Bennett bad.' Foster-Mll-burn
Co., Mfgr., Buffalo, N. Y..
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