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April 7. 192!
Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence. Farm Demonstrator and Special
CI I B WORK ROCKCA8TLK I tient creatures. They feel pain and
The IWressiva Reda, Little Rock, are rendered unhappy even by harsh
and Calloway Junior Agricultural : word. ,
Huh have all had a nieetinK this Second Because it is the worst
week. The County Airent met with form of cowardice to ill-treat crea
thcse clubs and (rave instruction a tures who can maka no complaint nor
t. Martin the work April 1. Each ask for redresa.
club is pcttin alon fine and ia plan- Third-Becauae every act of cruel
ninir to do some excellent work. I ty and cowardice deteriorates and de
We now have twenty-five clubs or-1 peneratet the character of the per
eanized an.l doinff pood work in the petrator.
county. Farh club has an adult per- Fourth Because there is abund
son who is local leader and ia helping ant proof that such debasement is
to promote the interest of our younj liable to lead to crime; cruelty ia a
people. In these twenty-five clubs constituent part of all the wxirst
we have about 300 members. crimes.
Fach club member is asked to start j Fifth Because society is composed
keeping records April 1. All record , of units and as a whole would be
books and instruction have been incalculably improved and elevated if
sent out. If club members have not the individuals composing it refrain
received these thines, they shoulJ ! ci from cruelty and adopted the
write to the County Airent at once practice of kindness to every living
and let him know. j creature.
. Sixth Because the practice or
FARM INTEREST J kindness to every livinjr creature.
Fertilizer has been our bin ques-1 or humaneness, involves the univers
tion up until now. Thanks to thel Bnd specific application of the
farmine interests and all those who Golden Rule, which would brinp per
atuck for a lower price on fertilizer manent peace between nation and
this year. We are now pettinp it radically chanpe for the better the
for $20 and possibly will pet it entire social order,
cheaper before corn planting time.' Seventh Because we have the
It is now at a price where a farmer command, "Be ye merciful, as your
can afford to use it. Fertilizer should Father also is merciful."
be used broadcast at least 2V Mary F. Lovell
pounds rer acre. Or 200 pounds' Can that man be a Christian who
broadcast and SO to 100 pounds used its well fed and warmly clad for
in a drill at thetime of planting. 73 an hour or two in a comfortable
to 12." pounds is too little to use. It heated church on Sunday, then for
does not pay unless we use enouch to the remainder of the week neelect
pet some results. and ill uses the dumb creatures so
Clover and prasses should be pitifully dependent upon him, and
prnxvn more if we expect to kee- who serve him so patiently, and so
tip the fertility of our soil. Crop loyally? Does be think that the
rotation should' be practiced by thi? .yes of the Almiphty are blind for
farmer in order to save money by six days of the week and that thev
fertilizer and make money by crop nee him only on Sunday. Mary
production and prazinp more live Craipe Yarrow.
Mr. W. T. Hicks of Wildie has 6
yearlinp bulls for sale, runninp from
$75 to $150 each. These bulls should
stav in Rockcastle instead of beinT
.tunned to Louisville and sold at the
bull sale in June. He says he will Brodhead, about 1,000. This is in-1
sell on time or trade for other stock croasinp our poultry business and
in order to keep the bulls in the pcttinp better breeds. I
courty. j Call at your bank nnd secure pur"
I believe our banks will loan money ( bred epps for hatcbinp for April,
to farmers on pood time to buy j Get epps and help "Paint Rockcastle
bulls. The Citizens Bank in Brod- County Red."
head will loan money to any of its ; ROBT. F. SPF.XCE,
customers for twelve months with-j County Apcnt
out interest. Iet us keep these ,
Shorthorn bulls in Rockcastle county. ' niC MOVE FOR BETTER LIVE-
BE KIND TO ANIMALS WEEK Packed by Kentucky ColKpe of Ap
APRIL 11-lfi riculture and the United States I-
In line with the idea suppested in j,.,rtiiient of Agriculture, The Ken
the above title, we publish a few tucky Pure Bred Livestock Associa-j
pointed parapraphs in this week's tion and The Louisville Livestock Ex-;
Citizen. j chance have entered on the most com-,
I ask all teachers to make special ef- prehensive campaipn ever undertak-
forts to instill into the minds of the eii in th' State to promote the
younp our duty to be kind to all creayT liik 1better and more live-1
tures, especially to that preat world oWto further the movement the,
sub-human life which the Creator i Association and the Exchanpc atj
has placed in our power. I ask An larpe expense have planned the wid-.
isters of the eospel so far as in tltsri pst possible publicity. I
power and so far as they think best,'
to preach a sermon on Sunday on
the subject of kindness to all crea-
tures. Edwin V. Morrow.
Seven Reasons for Being Kind to
First Because animals
Farmers' Night School
MADISON COUNT Y
April 4 to 9, 1921
Roundtable discussion for all subjects each subject under the
leadership of one person. School opens at seven o'clock each
Poultry Mr. Bartlett, Berea TTatchery
Cows Mr. Woolfurd, Collepe Dairyman
Hops Mr. Ilouk, Collepe Farm Superintendent
Garden Mr. Fielder Collepe Garden Superintendent
Fruit Trof. Clark, I)ean Collepe Vocational Department
Soils and Fertilizers Prof. Baird, Berea Collepe
Home Conveniences Miss Ambrose, Berea College
Farm Conveniences . . Mr. Batson and Prof. Baird, Berea Collepe
Health Cowley, Berea Collepe
Home Sanitation 1"'. P'. Bewa "'dleg
Club Work Mr. Feltner, Club Leader, London
Organization and Cooperation . . A. B. Strong and R. F. Spence
Each evenlng'e progTam will be opened by Junior Club. In
trumental and vocal muaic will be aprinkled through the program.
Everybody Ievlted to Attend the Entire Week.
Committea: I. L. Martin, President of Community Club
A. B. Strong, Teacher
Robert F. Spence, County Agent
The First State Bank, Livinpston,
has distributed l.'O epps for hatch-1
inp durinp March; Peoples Bank. I
Mt. Vernon, r.r.0; and Citizens Bank.,
Three preat sales of pure-bred and
prade animals have been planned to be
held at the Burbon Stockyards. Xeith-
er the Association nor the Exchanpe
will derive one cent profit from these
sales. The animals will be sold at
auction to the farmers and it is ex-
CARE OF EWES IN
Success of Flock Depends Great
ly on Protection Given to
Mothers and Lambs.
PROPER FEED IS ESSENTIAL
Separate Pens Should Be Provided
With Opening to Permit two to
80 Othor Sheep, Thus Pre
(Prepared hy the I'nlted (Mates Depart
ment of Aerrlciitturi.
Tlie lambing season Is the time for
particular care of (lie mothers of the
flock, arid precaution against any ill
ness or Injury either to ewes or
Th ewe should have a quiet. dry,
sufficiently warm place In which to
bring forth her yon nit. rtimild he In
sured against molestation ty other
sheep, ami should he guarded against
Avoid Htjvy Feeding.
Care should be taken before lainh
!np time, specialists of the I'nlteil
States I vparttm-ht of Agriculture ad
rise, to see that tlie ewe Is not fed
too heavily, as heavy feetlhiK Is likely
to cause inlder triHihle. The wool
shoulil lie elippeil from amutitl the
teats, to enable the lamb to flml them
Just before liimhliie time, the ewe
will lii'i'oine restless and show sunken
places Iti front of the hip". She should ,
he placed in a separate pen. which can
he made of two panel of board folic
lug about four feet IiIlIi. hlnced to
pother at rlk'ht niuile and hooked or
otherwise fastened to the walls of the 1
sheep shed. These panels -rniit the
ewe to see the oilier, sheep, thus hit. j
pei-ted that the ranpe of prices si
fixed will permit of the selection of
these animals by those interested at
a cost well within the means of those
in the most moderate circumstance.
The first of these sales will be the
Better Sire Sale of Pure Bred Rep
istered Bulls, Htm in number, which
will be auctioned at the stink yards
Juno 2nd. Some nf the finest bulls
in the tate have been offered for
this sale. Tradinp arrangements
have been provided for where Live
stock Exchange representatives in
the field will buy scrub cattle from
such proups as may pool their cat
tle to replace them with pure bred
animals at the sale.
Mr. Robt. F. Spence,
Iear A pent:
As I have joined your Junior Club
to raise poultry, I think I shall help
"Pair.t Rockcastly Red" by raisinp
the Rhode Island Red chickens. I
want three settinps of epps and, n
Brodhead Bank is nearer, I think it
would be better for me to pet my ,
epps there. I sure do delipht in car-1
inp for little chicks. I nm poinp t
do my best and try to hatch and
raise every one I can from the three '
I am much delighted in our Hub
and am poinp to try to do my p-rt!
in keeping our Club up at Chestnut '
Your tluh member, for Painting
Chestnut Grove Club I
Heal thy Sows and Jfealtty Litters
Ks. V- vvx.--crJQ
SI rffc - . -4. r M
Breeding stock is kept healthy and vigorous if fed with Tuxedo
J log Ration. Large litters and healthy pip. are lately due to
correct feeding of your breeding stock. Tuxedo I log Ration
keep appetites iiortn.il and natural. Start feeding Tuxedo I log
Ration with your young pigs and see the fast, solid growth they
make and what vitality tin y develop. Young stock fed Tuxedo
I log Ration will make your finest breeding sows and boars.
This perfectly LaUnced. standardized feed is guaranteed to
analyze-1 sH.,. protein. V, j , fat. 55',',
. 1 . " i i-. n 1 1 i. i i i
Ss - carbohvdrates.
yr " M lt. mustlc
venting her from jrettln excited anil
nervous. At the same time, they pro
tect the lamb from trampling, tlve the
rne opHrtunltjr to net acquainted
with her offspring and reduce the dan
fiT of disowning later.
The1 IhiiiIi that Is born strong and
vigorous will need little rare. If con
ditions are not so favorable, first aid
measures will be necessary. In cold
weather lamb become chilled, and die,
unless prompt remedies are used.
Wrapping the lamh In hot flannel
cloths, which are renewed as often as
necessary. Is an eseellent method of
warming It. Another method la to
plin-e the lamh for a few minutes In
water as hot as the hand will bear;
then dry with cloths and wrap for an
hour or two in fresh cloths or a sheep-
Woll-Nounshtd Lambs Give Little
Trouble in Rtjrlng.
skin. Milk should he given freely and
the lamh returned to the ewe and al
lowed to suckle as quickly as nissI
hle. Little trouble Is experienced with
disowned liiinbs when Inniblng pens
are ued. With a ewe that refuses to
own her lamh It Is sometime until
elent to draw some milk and rub It
upon her nose and also upon the
rump of the lamb. A heavy milking
ewe with only one lamh sometime
cim !' iiersuailcil to adopt an orphan
or n disowned lamh of a lighter inllk
After hiinbltig. the ewe should be i
w at' hod to ee that their udders are
ft Oim1 condition. Kwc stiuuld ho '
kept III hllllblnu .s f.ir Hi t three
days af'er lambing and then turned
Itlto II pen by t helllolvcs. where the
can imw speriiil f I and cure. Af
ter I.iihI'Iii.' they should be fed lightly
at tir-t. being put on full feed about
the third or fourth day
Well nourish. i lambs fnim prop. r'y
fed ew. have little difficulty, but some ;
troubles,. me coinliilons are to be e ;
pected In any tb k ('on-tipntlon is 1
one of the inot fre.ii.nf ailments. If
Is Imlieiiiisl by straining and distress. ,
and eiiti lie nnieilled b a tc:tpniiifiil
of castor oil. Indigestion Is shown I.y
distress and frothing at the mouth. '
lliis also usually ran be rel'ev.d wl'li
i-iotnr "il Scours can best be cured
by giving one fourth ontn-e of rooking
soda, on,- iiiituo of sulphate of mug
neia ttiul a plin-h of ginger In tl.iv
seed lea "r Cfllel. fol'nulng the d"e
III four hours wl'h two oulees nf 1 1 T 1 - (
sH.d oil Sore . es are eoiiinion and
can be relioved w 'Hi a few drops nf
silver nitrate solution known to nil
dniggisis as ,ee wah." or per j
cent argvrol, or even a very small
drop of pure sheep d p. ;
GOOD CLOVER SEED IS PLUMP
Color of Individual Seeds Ranges
From Violet to Light Yellow
and Fairly Uniform.
flood r.a clover se.. Is plump or
well tilbd. bright wl'h a slight luster,
the color of individual seeds ranpifip
from violet fo light yellow. The indi
vidual seeds should he at least medium
sired nnd fairly uniform, free of
adulterants of any kind and from
Ntspds of noxious weeds.
SOIL PREPARATION FOR RAPE
Early Planting Will Generally Qlve
Boat Results aa It la Adapted te
Rape can be planted as soon as
and liure. use u 10 uuuu
and fat on your stock.
w 1 ia???vs;
Asiwysi ni Mtm i
TuitJo Hot Ration h maJt ti Th Early c
Danitl Company. iutM of luitJo Chop. C
H e-n til Muik. tic. Buy il jiitm youl local
eWw cannot wpply you, mutt iu for
namt aj ntarut icatu.
THE EARLY & DANIEL CO.
HO M F COOK ED POTATO CHIPS ARE
GREATLY RELISHED AT ANY MEAL
Wiro Bsktt of Soma Kind It
l'rirrt hv the t'nli.l Htntro 1'rimit-nit-nt
Dverhoily likes pood potato chips.
I heir sally erispness iiuikm iliein sn
enjovalile mlilitioii to the lulu lieoii or
dinner uu nil mid provides n viiriiition
In the iilsloiiuir) luethods of serving
pointiws at home. Their fond value
Is high and they offer a vuluable part
of last year's Urge potato rop
Not all point. mi. Iiuike good i hlpf
soy food sjh-i lalists of the 1 niled
Stales I 'epnriment of Agriculture, and
the e. elleln e of the lllils)ie. pnliu t
depends mi the uialeruils used nnd tlie
rate eVeri Ised lu their prepHratloli
New poini.s in Hi.- spring or earl)
summer do not make g I chips. Thev
should not he Used before tin- skill
sets A wa or -ii'gfcV potato is not
goi chip li.iiieniil .Select a variety
thut be. nines lueiilv when baked or
Round Potatoes Are BetL
Aitlo'liiMi till' s.e uhd sliii f tlie
potato do not alTct lis Un.g uni
it), they do influence the ipi.Uitit) and
llppenrali f the i hips. liolind po-
talis s in,, l-ctier than long ones, us
II. i n is less vvae in p.silng. ,(
Clllllv It II Vegetable ler Is Used.
I'cep eves are ol'Jectioinihle hi" .iii-s'
of lie illttlillll) nf pllllllg llli'l the
wits!.- n.vt.lvril. and I.e. nils,. tli.-
make r.ig.ed looking sli. es.
lie . 'I l.pll.ctlt lie. ess.ir) Is simple
and iiievpensive. .'Souie form nf
,-g.-'ll'U- Sll.tr IS .Ssclltilll. as It Is
lllipossihle to slue the pe. p., til
iocs thin aid even eii uigli by hand.
I In- slices sti.xibl be ore sixteenth
Hi. ti I til. k lilld should he even, if the)
.ire t k 1 1 1 1 . f 1 1 1 1 1 1 'I he best ves
el Hi wlil.li to fry the chips Is one
thai Is il.ep nil her than wide, with a
pel f-.l ate. I basket III which tl. chips
. an l.i- loW ered III, 'I raised.
I", tut., i hips imii be fried lii a in
r, ii of fais bui for a number nf
icis.-i s the V. ..'. table fats lire pre
'ci alio lo l he an, iiial f.its Whatever
he goiiinl can be prepared for It In
the spring, uniul'v the early planting
will e've the best results. It Is natural
ly adapted to a cool season and !
tuir.lv enough to withstand pretty hard
frostsi. I'suulty tt tuny tie planted as
early as the middle of April and suc
cessive plantings may be made all
through tlie summer and early fall.
GROWING COWPEAS FOR SEED
Highly Profitable in Localities Suited
to Production of Crop, Say
Localities well suited to the produc
lion nf enwpeas "I find It til phi v prof
THIS is a better roof coating made of preservative oils,
genuine asphalt and real asbestos rock fibre. It K-ne-trates
old dricd-out roofs, rtsaturatcs the old felts, fills all
pores and softens dry scales.
The aslK-stoa fibre cannot rot, burn or cvajxirate. It
acts like hair in plaster.
Fibre Coating is equally effective on old wxk1. metal,
or comjiosition roofs. Apply it with a brush, just as it
comes from the can or barrel.
Adds years of life to any roof at very small cost. y
STEPHENS & MUNCY
Phon 113 Brea, Kentucky
CtMntiat for Frying Potato Chips
fat may be lis ted. It must be In good
condition. I e. light colored and free
from all obje. tlonahle odors nnd fla
vors l-eel large, smooth Irish potato's, re.
moving nil eyes and diseased spots.
Slu e lis di-s. ribisl above .Souk sh.ee
In cold water for at bast an hour.
luingiiig the wa'er liotuetitlv until It
Is entirely free from starch Where
muling water is available, lettng
cobl water run over tlie .hips for an
hour IS preferable lo Sl.ilkllig ill stall. .
II g water Heat n high gra b' of veg
etable looking oil to 11 little- below
sue .kins point l.'io ,.-gri..-s r. ..r U'
degrees I'. if Vial have a thcitu..ine
Slices Should Be Dried
The k. itle sl.ii.t be in i. h more
than half full ot ol. ..'lnTiM-f the
wa'er mi the potato., will sput'er tin. I
l.o'l over vv hen . t -1 ! d III ' the l,..t
flit 1 lie IlioislUl i the sil.-es liitt
he . Vlipol.lled before tl ' pnl.lt-.. S i till
blow i ; It also '..w ei-s H I V .i pre- I
l,! v l e t.1,.1 el at I'e of t e flit.
Therefor., shake the - oik. I ' e- a
dry as p..ssi.e Wl.eti lll.lk lig ill I'
III s II ipnint .' i. - Ills pos.il.V to
pat'iall' div the '!..- bet vv, en towels
be'ote plio ttig tl.i iii in the ha-k.-t and
low. -in, g into tl ll I 'l t Col
t,i miicv at ii in- .-r Ih. v will curl
Int.. Iitll." halls Snr ens' ; v 'lliev
ivi'I . ..k 1 1 1 . -kl V the t n,e . .p..r.s
Varying with the s:e of the l-.'tle nnd
the .) in ii i it x of -h I ai.d p.tiiti
n-ed 'Ihtee to live m l.utcs s a good
When the chips are Pgl.t golden
luovvii raise ih.- I,.i-i..t drain nfT the
siitphis oil and e'nptv tlciti on cauii
brown paper pt .i.kle l.ght'v wuh
salt. If fr. sh sweet od Is us, d and
.are Is taken to s.i,. the ch ps In a
c..1. d' V le ill pliue they should
keep Wi'h-.lll spoiling f'-r S!,!!!
Weeks I'll,. - tl til III the nVill for B
fl W llilllU'es before s,.-llig o Illlike
Itahl.. to grow s t on a large s.'nle.
especially If the best miicldnerr for
biinillltiB the crop is used, say social
ists nf the t'nlted S'at.'S I "eps rt inent
SUGAR BEETS YIELD PROFIT
No Other Crop on Commercial Seal In
Temperate Zone Furnishes ae
Much Human Food Per Aero.
An average acre f sugar beets yield
ing ten tons produces besides the hy
products. ;..i! pounds of granulated
sugar. No other crop In the temperate
lone raised on a cummer. -lal scale fur
nishes as tiuieh human food tier acre.