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TM HARTFORD HERALD
INFORMATION FROM THE EXTE RIMENT STATION AGRICIX
TVRAL TAPERS AND THE COI XTY AGENT'S OFFICE. .
Gives Pointers On Uest for a clorcr or grass crop from year
Dairy Building to year. In this case the land la
There are many good dairy barns broken from sod often enough to ra
in Kentucky, but ihero also are som!
very poor onei, according to a new only one or two cultivated crops are
circular' entitled, "Building Plans grown in succession,
for the lal:y Karm," which has just '
come off the. press at the College of Farmer MakiiiR Text On Bigger
Agriculture and is being distributed Yields Of Wheat
nee 10 interested persons. Too of-1 J. K. steward, one of the progres-t-n
the outside dimeiisions of the .jvc- fanners In the Henahaw coin
barn are decided u;ou and an at- raunliy ot Iniou county, has started
il't ):i-,d.: to divide the space to a i.eil-idalincd demonstration ou his
meet the Jioed? of the herd after ttfo
li.ii n is ei e. I
belonging to' Mr. W. H. Dlrkiow.t
Souora, to make up her breeding
pen. The largest flock that has t eenj
certified up to the present lime be
longs to A. J. Culver, Hopktnsvtlle,
li6 of his White Leghorn being
selected to make up thj breeding
pen. Hens In each of these pens
will be mated with male bi-d that
new the stand of grass or clover and nnTe ,rfll'-n'"1 records Demnit tnem
'or that, have como from flocks. that
made records In producing
Increase First Yenr""Alniost
Pays For lcnliinge -
The cost of drainage of many fields '
011 Kentucky farms can alcmost bo1
liald for by the crop increases ob-,
fin ni to find out how much the wheat tained the first venr after the fll!
d. li Is best to con- yield on farms in that
. . v. 4 v 'tl ti (ill. ft iu I CBUIIS UU
state can be raised by the use of lime- tallied during the summer Just oast
1 b- bom. -d and th'ti calculate th stone and acid phosphate, according by W. O. Duncan, who Is cooperat-l
i i -op. r dim. unions for the litalls, to a report from Comity Agent L. U. ing with Conntv -Anent v n Tn.n. '
L'rcfler. Mr. Steward, who Is ro- and the farm engineering section of
4'1) laUll; Willi Coiilitv Auelll Ilrew- fhn follo-o rt ml.nilhiin l I...-.'-
' , .-ul.ve UI-nNVUHUlQ 111
ei ....u me tx.eusiun uivision oi mo mg out a drainage demonstration ou
Collef-e. of Agriculture In carrying his farm near Luzerne. Muhlenlmrs
the demonstration, will use a 'county. It cost him $32.02 an acre
I . door--, v. lit il.'itori and windows
and build c erulniy. The future
trav.-th oi' ihe herd nl.o should be
i niis'Y..!'. d so t!i:t the hnru can be
blicer without spoiling Its ollt
son ' Tractors
The recent reduction of $50.00 on cars and trucks,
makes the delivery price
follows: - -
Hi II lie
to put in the drainage system but;
the crop of cowpea hay from each
.v ru.i.i aiioj polnti ten -acre Held iu comparing the value
; of limestone alone, limestone and
u.iee ,.!,,,, oi uai.) aci.i phosphate lined together, and, aero of the drainage area this year!
...i.;, oi- to,' thy phosphate alouu for boosting: was valued ui 2.1 us mnro iu.1
wheat yields. Itesults of the demon-j that from each acre of the nnilralned!
s ration lire expected to prove of t notion. The drainage system there-!
considerable value to farmers in that fore lacks only $8.14 an acre of hav-liUr,i:t-
, ins paid for itself.
1".. 1'oro th" wheat was sowed, ono-J The field being used in the
half ih- Held had limestone applied demonstration contains about 20 ae-j
t'.i if at llie rate of two tons an acre. r,.s r.i..v..n .r .m,.1i ,i..i.,a '
'Aim the wheat wan so ,t;d, odd The other nine acres had better soil
pln-phaie also was applied to one- im them and Bince they were not as
llie two-story, are
ir. tiiar. Plans abo
:n i u il all iow liild
i'ier what typo
liti.-.I, there aro
of a f,ood barn
siden d. Thesj
. -, ( o:iv liience,
n i'ii eo in-d
Touring, D. R.
Touring, S. D. R! $45 1 .06
Sedan, . . . $661.14
Truck, . . r. $430.92
on the different models as
Roadster, regular, $322.10
Roadster, D. R. $348.10
Roadster, starter, $394.90
Roadster, S. D. R. $420.90
Coupe, . . $593.54
Chassis, . . $282.44
half the field at the rale of 200
rounds mi iif-r-... the mat-rial being
of such ::ii;-,.ad ill the onnoslLe direction In
;be site for 1 1 : t la wlih h the limestone was put
.mas. stable vn. liy this means, the ten-acre
nt cE ;,,! ! WT3 dividi-d Into four exporl
ef stalls for iiMit.il plots of two and one-half
..rt:i:KN :.,.,.,...,!.. Om- of j.lols had an
.ai.ri-is, tiai- aepiieation of linnstone alone, an-
li-s lllird received arid lihoHnhato itlone
: then a treat--'lie
I.eld was sowed
siiain of beard-
o;;e I- received no
third received acid
.: !: ft:r:i w
i.'.'i 'ill..' whole
I. v. ,.1 be ohtaiiii. d
!ie ei.ecii d to be
to.'t liave bum oij
i i s.-:-in;.'nt fi.-ld.-.
aen-ut sections of
.: io.i. Lime-
; fields ha:-,
! pi. .) ,'dia .;
I.: - !i!;!e
u by n -.in;:
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wet as the eleven ai res, they were
I'-fl undrained so that the yields
from tho drained part of the field
ioiild be compared with those from
a part of the samu field. jJjat w-asr noT
ilraiiird. The s'yateiu was put in
during this last spring, all the
tivmhes for the tile, -being dug by
hand. The co.-t of $ 3 2.0 2 an acre
for putting iu the tile probabiv
could have been reduced had some
'if the; work been done by machin
ery. Immediately after the. drains i'
had been put iu, the entire 20 acres
was treated with acid uhosiihute
which was applied at the rate of 200 j
pounds uu aero, and Die field p. ant
ed to eowpeas. -
When th'3 cowpe.is were cut this'
fail, it was found that the uiuiialued ,
part of the field yielded 3,753 1
pounds of cowpea hay an -acre'
whiie thu diained part of the Held'
yielded ;,.5tl pounds of hay an acre,;
or 1,592 pounds more mi acre than
:iie ui. in-. 'i..i u ai'ta, Hits increase
i: the ;.:. 1 v.-.is vrlucd at 523.3S
si.H' th..' hay s:ld for a ton.
Buy oh the time paymerit plan and pay as you ride.
33& 40 or 50 per cent down, the balance in monthly
installments in 6, 8, 10 or 12 months.
You can see any of the above models at our garage
in Beaver Dam.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
ii m ww ! i w n i tin 'li mi u u.
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I rum Over
By Special Arrangements We Are AhU to Offer
( lose U 75 i iiyette county poul-t.;.-
lloe'.ji will be entered in the win- '
o.'c. t t.) be iarri.-l
!: i! ;:..', t'.:e coiiiiti
e ext. usiou division
oi A';i u-!.Uiive, oe
.'ij.'..t W, li. CS.i'o
oi ft! rin poultry
).-n evs ot the
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o.iici' i.-.nnei's how
t i 1. ; : -.ore t v s
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One Year, and the
Courier-Journal, Dr-.ifv. e:;(
Louisville Times, Daily,
Louisville Post, Daily,
. kl 11 i V j
to Inner ihe quality
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I, I ' ,! I, Kill ll IIS 111 th'l
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, .. i i i ii ui: !i a Lpei I breed
x i..'ii. T!ie second poinl in certi
.i,i: i... the eis! i liaitlon .f locher
s and Kuichiug ; ks from these
. ,.,; pem to Oilier laililOl'U of
.,;..to so that they, call But a dot-
'y v li it j.iie tiat-t ill Improving their flocks,
and lie ii John Held, Owc'iisburo, Is the own-
.i n nn I tr of thu flint flock to be certified In
sciif !. the state. His .White Lexhorns wera
OivensBoro iviessenger, iiaily;
": ! - Ovvensboro Messenger, Twice-a-Week, .
...i l pi. iir, are u:;..V.-r way to " ' 7
:,'!0,'V1r,,i,,i,hT-TiOwensboro Inquirer, Daily, . '.. .
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3t. Louis Globe-Democrat, Twiee-a-week,
" Weekly Commercial-Appeal , .
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Send or bring your orders to
atid lie- l.-.a li'.i,.
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the coniinii v Inter Is
C"'ii"'d :r..l. !y it.iKk 1
i.-i Uslilt of the iuteret.t vhie'.l
i . . . ... i '.'i.- In that tectluD ot tli3 stale
iiave liiK a in. tho val.ifc of cove-
ii. on for pi oie. tin:? I heir fields
I Ou'.i; .'.," in 1 . Jl. Woc.Uinu so JSity
Hailed. ri.'lilo.ltU noeU iiOIlS.
ani.d out at the
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11,0 .i.iality of,"'""" wu,,d h?
., j . I'D'eoi. 1)t.ii"H
,.i pioduui of'erave of IU.2 Kh tfom
. ... i nf ,1,,.. Nov. 1. 1921. up to Oct. 1. of thl
. . Kiiii oiit and mai l:
Jirs. W. 0. Kirk,
coiiiity, lti've laid irn
. . , - . i ,. oi
year. I ilia nuuiiier in ei,n
11 month: 'by each hni la ulmost
thrru t'l i s as Rreut a i ihe total
i.u'iil.er ot e:;!'J I iid In U year by the
:ivii'tr. hen on Kentucky farms.
V 'v.. Kirk 1h cOiiperatliiM with the
iien: lon dlv'tdan of th.i College of
.V -i t. n'tiive ai L vinrdoii in tfcowlu::
how pnod f. ed end care lielpH lions slIAUUV 1IOCKK OK
shabby furniture ran he burned orluuuea In 1913.
'.o lay mora etH.
' ' A IIOOSTKH
A fiHAniJV M1XD sold, but whu tan he done for the
I shabby mind? I'ae The You-th
f ; in -. '
l-l th- .
r.V' r tna'l
y. i.r by 1
ii .1 , '(-i"i r or K.;. s. mul 34 hetiB jilckert out an tnn o'U .
le'iitbcn t!:j ri'tatlon ouch to be used in the brvrdinx pan.
. . . . ... , . 1 111 ........ t. I". .1. . . . . M
m::; Ki. all eiuve. t mill i.arren I'liiuouiu i.ik in n "u
it for! tho flock of Mr. V
j pot, were put lu the breeding peti on paper,
f,r u y.
.! Kt II l'
"On land that vunhi s badly, good 'this firm while 13 Barred Plymouth
... . .'n.. -I... ..l..1u,1 Ilia Mm If
f n-i.iMn ! a rot it on tnai aiiown . iiu-m v " -i"-
ii.vi.n'1 vnn iiKi,n In houses where Couiunnlon to furniuh your mind,
'lovely flower stood all about," and ; and wherever ypu re in plain but
'everything waa' spick-and-span, but ' ImmaculaXo roome or Binid tplendore
h iihiurv labia was strewn with and palaces you will be - at home.
'jmpore and magazine of the trnshbv Try The Companion for year and
find enclosed est description? Is It a good thing we.' : N . ' ' ' -
Heiiiniber to have the furniture of the house. The 52 itwues of 1823 will be
O. Kirk, mil- I am a booster for the home town -the best that money can buy. nd to crowded wjth eertal utorles, short
furninb the mind with siliyjina ais- itones, eauonuie, poeiry, lauw auu
.reputable things lo the way of reaa- run. euDscnoe now mojuunre;
. . . . i . i. i. .. ' . . ni.A Vm.iK'a (.nmninln.
1,1-,. o : in Hi i:
, oi four vir le'.uloii .snniliied by 11. H. Jacksou, r.iiultry' Detroit Sllch.. Oft. 23, 1922.
cd'-ii. e.vb.ei!.-. or extension specialist of the college, j The Hartford Herald,
i- I . r n ' . '0"i r or k.;o s. unit 34 hens lilcuea out as inn iifii -, jiaruoiu, iv.
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