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CCFOIOIATIO! KltOM 1KB EXPERIMENT STATION AGRICC!
TIRAL PAPEM AND THE COt'NTY AGENT'S OFFICE
I?. ...I W.t,.l f llltilivll yif Mot
With the opening f school
Throughout Kentucky and the Pios
..rt nf . mid weather in the near
In Kentucky, according t E, J. Kin
ney, a member of the station
agronomy department. This amount
is sufficient In nearly all case but to
sow lea than fix pecks an acre
..i...i ii... nrnhlem of the noon day only advisable where the aoll Is ex
i,.h for rtiiidren In rural schools tremely rich or the sellings made
again has tome to the front as an very early In the season. The
important one that demands atton-, statement was made in response to
tion, ncioMllitg to Miss Maybtlle scores of inquiries being received at
Cornell, bead of the home cconom ct this time of the ypar from farmers
department of the Colic,-? of Agri- in all parts of the state who 'are
.-u'turt. Thut this problem Is re- making preparations for Wheat
uelvlim due consideration in many planting.
pans of tin- Mate is Klmwn by the
fact thut a cnnnueramp iiuoi-r i
fcci.ooli nro serving at Hast one hot
dish to supplement the cold lunch
hroiiKhi. by tin- c'.ii'.i'.rHii. However,
ilie serious r.e.;d of the liot lunch is
u-ilized 1'V comparatively few per-
"Under average conditions, rural
fcliool children in Kentucky follow a
daiiy proRiam that mak. J It neces
sary for them to alonft on llttli
m.ii-3 than two m-'als a day. As a
rul. they have breakfast at about
6 u iUi k in the morning and by r"--ss
lime ar; hungry mougli to tat
,,,,! ;iie lu:i::i w.'R'ii they have
bro.uht. trom lion.'. What may be
'. t ,(( recess '-s ;.isullici"nt for
the uu.m lunch with the result that
,,.:- hou.v.- hu:vy
,'r.ek to a'
"Some years, five picks of seed an
acre have glvon yields Just as larg
a those obtained from Bix peeks of
teed but In no case have the yields
from the smaller amount of se-'d
boon larger. On very rich tobacco
land, four pecks of seed an ucre oc
casionally have given yields us
lartre as those from other rat of
ec. ling. However, on corn land
where wheal does not stool so rt-adi-ly,
so'dings made at a lower rate
than six pecks an aire practically
lKver hav-. ic!vt-a yields quite as
lame a those obtained from six
pecks of seed an aero.
' Oeca-1oiiail.v. in vi ry severe w li
ter?, s ven to elKht pecks an acre
linvo pi veil larger yields than those
obtained from bIx pcelis an acre.
Keir.neky fanners oft n ow Ave
, i. ..pi, i
,i."K Mi ;t!T", i.'l .e:i I'liicji on
I ,r the
that wheat will stoo! out extensive
ly when sown thin but is moru
likely to straw fall in such casi-s
and so'.don: yi lds as well. Seven
uilvi?uult it the. wheat is to be pas
tured to u considerable extent.
,.,, Mire l.llli.! i that
tie .11 without a:;:.1 ' iii-petito
. vea'.u? m -i!- u
.,,111-- to work oil los '.hail tare-
rM-. day. S.-lioo'. children.
tm'rHlor. who g-inK "
H-advliiK .an In, idly be expected V
o the r 1: s'. work on two meals a
"""'p-M-bap the drt 'ivquirmieiit
'or s-.nrtmg a hot -ehool lunch in
ul,y ei,.;ol is a active ureaniMii on
o! ,,Pt..0ns int. -rest :d in the welfare ,Jl4. ,.,,,. Tulri y,w u 15).s, SllitF4
i,f tl.. c hUdivu that can super ntend j Kor Sil
the proj'.-t. This muy e a parent-, lac:!.ally ail late corn grown In
teachers' association, a community . j- in!11.kv (;liril)g th j summer Junt
club or a group of farm women. The. w ; lM.tu.. suIe(1 ,or 8i!nge
i.-.eh. of the school should natural- th; n for a;.y hj(. form of fW(1 a(
ti.. a supporter 01 m- - rordins
she- should no iniei
, ;numii in her pupl's Pi-111141 11 Agrieultuie. Ai a runlt of drv
ui.' kept tit physically. 'w. ith.r experienced throughout the
soybeans frown totether l Nelson'
county durlnr th utnmer Jost past
havft helped farmer In that section
of the tut to realise the ralne of
this combination for toll Improve
ment and hogging down purposes,
County Agent C. L. Hill saya. Fi-om
$1 to M.1S worth of nitrogen was
addod to the soil by each acre of the
More than 65 McLetvn county
farm boys and girls took part in a
recent Junior agricultural club fair
held by County Agrsnt Robert H.
Ford. They exhibited a total of
96 chickens and 38 pigs. A number
of interested McLean county per
sons cncouiaged the youngsters in
their Junior farm work by posting
a total of 1"5 In cash prizes.
MOVED WALL WITHOUT INJURY
Engineering Experts Proved It Ne
Trick at All to Ltngthsn Big
Buffalo Church, 1
- N I
In olden days, when the medieval !
cathedral builder wished to lengthen !
one of their great churchi- (and ibis J
happened wry frequently), there was
nolhln for It but to pull down ilie 1
western wall with ltn two tower, if;
It possessed any, or the eastern face. I
and lengthen the structure to the de
sired extent. r I
Today, however, thanks to the highly '
developed art "ff "bouse niovin;r,"
wo can lengthen a cliureh without any
preliminary destruction of its priiici
pal front. As witness of this, the
front of ilie tVnmil 1'resbytennn ,
cliureh, I'.nn'alo, as rewnlly moved ,'i't '
feet eastward, lo permit lencthenini:
,. , ,. ( if the auditorium to Hint extent. 1 lie i
ti.l.a. e.. land. I nd.-r most condi- (f ()H. uH(ing if SvH wi,,..
tloin. this fate of seeding will give iiV(,p lh(, ,.,, ,,uiucss-s, 05 feet .
p.iktUa!!j- a full cr ip ! I trot-J 1 .,n,j v fm.f ot the thickest 1
to Wayland Rhoads. be-eef
ca.tie specialist of the College of
Complete detail dealing Wi ' state, during the e:;ru growing season,
. . in,.M.fnir the
tturling a school inncn, tne late rorn crop contains more
I1ACB1WIJ1 D..,'L. ,1,,. ,,iL-l.r I
fi.u.n limn gmui, i"i, j, iiiiiniiif, 11.
suited lunch s and more than
tt fl,,re of r.cipei re B'ven In ex
tension circular o.
b, ob:aine.l free by writms the Ex
j,e,lm.nt Station. WM.
purls. The weight of the wall, as
moved, is 1 ,". tons.
The preliminary operations consist
ed of removing the front, preparing
Ilie new foundations, HO feet to the
eastward, and making a clean cut
through the roof and through the side I
walls, where they abutted against the
church front. While this was being
done the front wall was Jacked up
upon rollers. The work of moving the (
l.tsNMon mass was done by means of
erew-Jncks. operated by 15 men, and 1
the wull completed Its Journey of .'SO
feet without Injury in 10 hours. .
I iii-im rs
Take SH- To Make I'oul-
KnittKl.y f::rni--rs are showing in
c: a.:ed inleri-.t ill th- many practi
cal s' ;; thai c.m'l;e tah n to make
poultry ralsini; more profitable In
the F'ali-, pmiitrymen at the f'olkge
I' A:;i icnltti.-e say. I'.ircls of excoll
mt iHKilitv that have b c-n exhib ted
p.'dally desirable ; as silapi Any
farmer who has a Held of late corn
and an empty siio has the possibili
ties, for a full supply of good win
ter fjed for his cattle.
"Of the 11.000 silos in the. slute,
practically all of them will be lilled
this fall. During the last two years
when labor costs were biKh and
Hed costs low, lliire have bi(?n a
few ciis.s where the silo wu? not as
p.ontabic u , d'-y feeding. However,
niany fanners have found that the
,;!. w.is a' g:va. saver of feed even
tt'-.il'e litesij conditions. Having
bv Imi iii' i-; at the many comity and , j.rnv- I i s viilue 10 tne iarnier wuu
t:j .,,(,.. l.i id ovi :!.: stat-' keeps cow or niort- throughout
durl:,g tie summer ju-t pus', new' the winter, the silo is now past the
,.U;.i: ry it:, u s h.-iiiK Inti.-t in many , lAiienmeiit;.! atage. in urn case ui
,,f t;, . f.ate a ::! iti'iuii'ies ',a da'ry. this method of storing feed
from fanners as to th,- b -t methods j -a .es Ir on :iu to 40 per cent of the
, ; lock ling mark til- progress V Hi bil'. Where steers are to he
that is b -lng made In th- improve-' fnttviied in the w inter feed lot, the
men' of tin. fc;at''s term poultry ' f e ling of t llage in the rat on is
hn-in. ss, they say, the K,,:ieial rule because of the
One of th tl.ingy that rV,fy mr,- cheap, r gains which can be produc-
m .:, d- ;.t this time of :h,- ,r'4 h' t,l!i "-"'' '1 ,ar'118 wnere1
toward .a.,l,ln, "h fr: poultry!" 1-reeding herd is kept, the silo is
flo-k mor proltabl - !.: to separate., even more valuable.
h.:.s aad pullets and put the latter "If t,Ie Br t0 be cttrr,ed
in th ie winter quarter, where they through the winter and finished on
can be 1V.1 foe winter -..gS proiluc Erasa the following spring and sum
t'on. "J. K. Smyth, otu. of th.! col- mer, the tamo field of com that is
leao pouUryme:, said." Oetting the dry will feed ono-thlrd more
birds in good tieh at His time of cat tie If Ilced 1 the silo. The
the ve:li- and keeping t!.em thut gains made, l y the cattle the follow
condition is tl... best way to K,-tl'.r. sprint ala ub,n,t tne
3,-avy winter e4g production andjame under tit two methods of
avoid fall mid winter moulting feeding. If the eon, has hecome
among i.ullets This can he done! dry before the- silage Is made, It is
They are if&
easi'y If the pii!l"ts rcc(iv u'l the
nia-h nt:d grcln that they will eat.
"Kxpivlments liuvj shown that a
mash made of 150 pounds each of
middlings and bran and Mo pounds
eiicli of coin ma' and tankage is an
excellent one tor pul! ts ht this
time of the year. TaU should be
placed in a hopp v and kept before
the binW at u'l lun s. hi add tion,
Hi')' should re elv.. all the grain
Hoy will eat. A good grain m'xture
may ! made of 70 pounds of corn
aivl 3i) pouuds of oats .or wheut.
Many poultrymen luiike a practice
of keeping grain 0:1 th. Door of the
Jioute a'-l the tiiiu or In a hopper
ln-io the birds cm pick at it when
deteim'ne the best rate of seeding
tl 'eK Au Aero I'oiih-I llvt Itnle
To Seed 1ie
I'latitlugs tiiuJ" ut thu rat of six
g).ck of i-ed an acr have given
Jim b-l wliwt yieldi on the Ken
tucky AsrhuPural Experlnieut Sla
' tlvti favm where exieiriments have
,u tjuduited for many years to
- ! 1
best to add water as the silo Is be
Fa nil And Home New t'rum Over
Community meetings are play ng
an important part In helping I'liiou
couny fainieia and thor wives
solve many of their problems of farm
and homo Improvement, County
Agent L, C. Hi ewer guys, A total
of 327 persons recently attended
three meetings he'd 'In the county
In one week. .
Livingston county poultry keepers
showtxl a lively Interest in demon-1
nl ration b hi during tho summer
Just past by 'County Agent L. C.
Pace and the extension division of
the College of Agriculture at Lex
Inirtou to khow them how to el)U-
rate the laying and lokting hens In I
their flocks, A total of 2u demon
Ktratiotu were held. One huudred
eighty-live of the 600 hc-us handled
proved to be low producers.
Why We like to Sell
1. We thmlihcy are absolutely
the nicest candid we now of.
a. They have the largest assort'
ment cf package to select
3. They come direct from Whiv
man's to us, to you no job
her or tniJJIcmf.n to hold
them a wee or two.
4. Always the same, fresh, good
j. They are a business people,'
with business methods. If at
any time you should happen
to get a package that for any
reason does not please you,
they bac us in making it
6. We krww you are better
satisfied when you get a pdcf
age cf Whitman'.
7. Last, but not feast, they are
the tnter and we are ths
seller of the tforld' greatest
bacliagff of candy Tut
Two thousand acre
of corn aad
Beaver Dam Drug Co.
The Nyal Store
Beaver Dam, Ky.
- ' Columbus x
Nol Not a prize fight, but a knock-out blow for the early de
velopment of Kentucky. Washington, D. C, vs. Columbus,
Ky. , . m , V .'',-".;' . . -
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.The first Congress was called upon to decide upon a location
for the Capital of these United States. .
Thomas Jefferson, then Secretary of State under President
Washington, wanted it at Columbus, Ky.
If you would know, why his plan failed why Washington
was finally selected as the Capital
Read tlie Entire Interesting Story in the
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does not contain one illiterate child. May field, "the old-fashioned
girl," how she surpassed the co untry club flapper in everything really
worth while. How $300,000 was spent by one county to get out of
V the mud. When President Tyler was a coal miner in Kentucky.
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& Trust Company, of Perryvllle,
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tenlay, Is attributed to excessive
loans which brought about du-nclency
in revenue. The bank bud a capi
tal of $4U,000 and a resorve of the
sanid sum. Deposits totaled $300,
000 and loans $475,000.
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bus taken over . th Institutloa for
liquidation purposes. Deputy Bank
iug Coninilssiour W. "W. Peavy
house has tt-mporary chaigs. He
started that In bis opinion the de
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