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Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence. Farm Demonstrator and peciat
8CIIOOL AND AfJRICri.Tl'RAL
Rome 20 or 30 teachers answered
the call of superintendent and County
Agent at a meeting Saturday in Mt
Vernon and rut on foot the School
and Agricultural Fair for thia year,
the date to be net by committee next
week. All the schools represented
voted to contribute not less than $5
each to the support of the fair, the
teacher to be ibairman of hia or her
district and conduct pie supper, box
supper, etc., or raise the money anv
way the school wishes; thia money
to he turned over to W. B. Sigmon,
treasurer. Some schools and com
munities are taking the responsibil
ity of more than $5. Community
committee, for instance, will put In
$.r, school $5 and Junior Club $5.
The (Traded schools will contribute
$100. Professor Pilkenton Is chair
man of Grade! School Committee.
Every school In the county la ex
pected to be heard from thru the
teacher. The; banka and business
men of the county will be Invited to
kelp to support this enterprise.
The following committees were ap
pointed: Rural Schools Committee
W. B. Sigmon, chairman and
treasurer. John Scott, Eva Cum
mins, Mrs. J. L. Jones, Celia Hiatt,
Sam Chandler, W. H. Skidmore, Jesse
Fish, Shelby Payne.
Graded Schools Committee
Professor Pilkenton, chairman, with
each of the principals of Mt. Vernon
and Livingston schools.
Business Men and Baakera'
A. M. Hiatt, C. C. Brown, C. C
Publicity and Premium Liat
County Agent, chairman; Princi
pals of Graded Schools: Misa Myrtla
Eeyant, Misa Isabel Cummins, Jesae
Fish. Thia committee will meet Sat
urday, September 9th, in County
Agent's office at Mt. Vernon to re
vise and make out premium liat and
make other plana concerning the fair.
W. T. Hicks, chairman; S. P. Cau
dal. J. L. McKnieht
All farmers contributing to the
support of th efair will do ao thru
Every citizen of the county ia in
vited to contribute something toward
the support of the 'Agricultural and
Si hool Fair. All money should be
turned over to W. B. Sigmon, treat
i rcr, Mt. Vernon, Ky.
The time is now here that every
farmer should be planning his crop
for this winter. Thero should be
anywhere from one to 25 acres of
cover crops on every trm 'n th
county. On many farms there should
be 100 acres or more.
It's money to the farmer to sow
cover crops. I fa a business propo
sition and should be handled as such.
Rye is the cheapest and probably the
best cover crop. Wheat, barley, Win
ter Oats, etc., are being sowed and
khould be. Rye is the one crop that
will grow on most any soil and makes
a good crop to turn under to increase
the humus supply. It should be turn
ed under before getting too big in
the spring in order to decay and pre
vent a layer of dry straw between
the soil and subsoil. More humus U
needed in our soils. It will make
soil hold more moisture, work bet
ter, and grow better crops. LET S
SOW RYE, BOYS.
Soy beans for hay should be cut
now. They should be allowed to cure
in the rick or shock and put in the
barn. If they are atacked, a good
thick cap of crab grasa or red top
should be used to prevent the water
from going down thru the stack.
The best way is to put the entire
crop in the barn where it will be
Don't let the crop get too ripe be
fore cutting. Cut now and aave all
SWIFT PRODUCE REVIEW
Cream deliveries during the week
were lighter and pricea are ruling
higher for butterfat and butter. The
tendency for further material ad
vances at thia time will probably be
checked by withdrawals from storage
Receipts of fresh eggs are smaller,
with good demand for fine stock.
Heavier movement is noted from
storage stocks to take care of the de
ficiency in freah receipts. There is
still a large surplus in storage to be
Poultry movement is about normal
l for the season, and prices show but
little change during the week.
Hay and Grata)
Corn No. 2 while i.MtrA." 4c ; No. S
wtllte (US flH.Vr; No. 3 yellow m
rtVj No. 4 white il'tiitHr; No. 4 yellow
tHH8tUo; No. 2 mixed MiMWV.
Wheat No. 2 red I l.tO ; No. 3
IUV.'SI.k-; No. 4 aurjQI.iKV
No. 2 white IWii'Me; No. !
.14(1 .'Cw: No. 2 mixed lU'u.U; No. 3
Butter, Eggs and Poultry
Mutter lnlry fancy .'tth'; parkin
stiM-k No. 1, L'lle; parking stink Xm
Kirus -Kxtrn tlrsl .tie; firsts IKtej
ordinary firsts 27c
Live I'oultr.v-lirollers U. lbs und
oxer 24c; fun I 4 pound anil over
21c; under 4 lbs I.Vv' roosters l.'U
futile Steers. kimmI T.i choice t1t
ll.iio; fair to good sit.no'if" ; common
to fair l(4li!ii; heifers good to
rlnflre $7iM.'nl; fair to good ."..J7;
common In fair .:t..iO'n .".."; cows good
tn choice $.(HI: runners $!.. J. l'.' ;
stuck steers ."f? 7. ; stuck heifers
f lives imd In choice $1 l.ollfi l2:
fair tn kihhI ttift ll..i; roiumnn and
larne .V, S.
Sheep- tons' tn rlmlre $lift Y.: fair
to good t33 4; ciMimion SI 02; lamh
kimiiI to rli. ili e t::rti ; fair to good
link's Heavy '.Ufi l.."i: choice
pinker ami Imtrhers f,.)..'iOl.(i.'i;
liieiliimi I'.Uk'i: i oniiniin to rlmlre
heavy fat sows "iff H.."sl ; pigs (UO
pounds und I riot) $itiiM.INJ.
A HUSBAND'S RECIPC
"My wife and I ueed to auarral all
the time, but now we have the most
peaceful home yoe evar aaw."
"Indeed 1 How da yoe manage KT"
"I elmply make my wlfs 00 mad
aha refuse te apeak to me."
Her itrno th brtd.
Into th riKim.
Tfoat htvrtn( mortal
la th imon.
The Right Instinct.
"Come, Dorothy." said her father
Impatiently, "throw your doll on the
bed and hurry or we shall be late."
"Daddy, how can your' reproved
the child. "I Isn't that kind of a mur-ver."
II waa many n.avy.
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Young Wire I mane tnia rase an
by myself, darling.
Young Husband Well done, love!
Rut er who heliied to lift It out
of the oven 1
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LESSON FOR SEPTEM8ER 10
TEACHING ThTlAW OF 000
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Hi way of tli r iUjIi- anj I ahall kp
It until tho .ml - I's lit Xt
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I.NTKKMKIM ATK ANDBKNIiUt TOfH'
-Tti Vnurr "f lh. of Uixl
Viit'NH I KHI'I.K AM AW'I.T TiU'ti'
I'ommtinlty Hlbl Ctmly.
It lll he of Interest and profit to
present this lesson as mi hlenl Sun
dar school class:
1. A Model Bible Clasa (vv. Ml).
1. Hie KHifer Assenihly (r. t). The
people KMthereil themselves toirether
and "spake unto l:ra to hrlna: the
hook of the Law " It was not a mat
ter of the teacher urging the class
to come together, hut the class with
yearning hearts requesting the teacher
to come with Hod's Word.
2. The lteiresentatlve Aasemmy
(. '-'). The class was ninde up of
men. women ami children. The men
then did not leave the church-going to
the women. Neither were the children
left at home with nurses or to play
on the streets. Cod's Word should he
taught to all classes, men. women and
S. An Appreciative Assenihly (v. 3).
Their ears were attentive from morn
ing to liililday. o eager were they
to know liiMls Word that they did
not get tired although the . lesson
Usteil for five or si hours. There was
no pulling of watrhes In that class.
4. Inie Reverence Shown IJimI's
Word (vv. 4. .1). When Kira opened
the Law all the ieople stood up. This
they did out of resieet for the holy
hook. The reason there la not proier
reverence for the lllhle I that siple
are not taught to hellevel It Is ISod'a
Word. Keverence In the house of osl
will only lie w hen the Itlhle Is regarded
as foul's very words
.V They Jolneil Heartily In the
Prayer (v. fl). A Kjea led them In
prayer the people Joltieil heartily In
saying "Amen! Amen!" bowing their
fares to the ground.
II. A Medal S'bl Tachr (vv. 7. .
1. Me KuhnI t'p Where the People
Could See Mini (v. 3). The position
and liearlng of the teacher has much
to do with -the attention and interest
of the class.
2. He Head IHstlnrtly (v. H).
Teachers should take particular heed
to this. Much Hlhle reading Is greatly
to the discredit of the Word and the
3. Causnl the pimple to I'nderstand !
the Heading (v. H). The supreme
husiness of the teacher Is tn muke
the Word of c;.l so plain that all. old j
and young, can understand
III. Th Impressions Mad (vv. t I
The effis-t of teaching liml's Word ,
is most lmMirtaiit. In this rase It waa i
1. Conviction of Sin (v. J). The Word '.
of tioil hrlngs conviction of sin (Arts
'J :!I7). Il is iulrk and Mierful (lleh.
4:1-). The way to get conviction of
sin Is hy teaching the Vord of Und.
not hy appealing to the emotions hy
tiHIIng drat 11 heii stories. The people !
hud reul raile for sorrow they were
far from lonl. They not only had he
mine worldly und the rich were In ,
their grimed oppressing the poor. '
hut they wer perplexed through ,
their inlxwl inurrlugea.
2. Weeping TunieiJ Into Joy (vv.
12). When sins have hern (irrrelveil
and confessed liod would hoi have
His children to he sad. Coiitinueil
iiiiiurnliig will not utone for the sins
that are past. It unlits one for pres
ent tasks und dishonors a pardoning
(ioi. Krsiiles, Joy has a salutary efTe. t
upon one's entire helng.
. Shand Their lllesslnga With
Others (vv. HI-1J). Christianity Is Imt
having a good time alone; It ia allur
ing our prosperity with others. True
Joy manliest Itself In giving In others.
Pure religion g'ie out to minister to ,
the poor (Jus. 1 :'.'T). I
4. The People Oheyed (vv. 1.1 H). !
In their ariiuintunce with the Hrrlp- ,
lure they found that the Feast of
Tuhernurlea hud hren long neglected.
As aMin aa they understiMMl the Scrip
tures they went forth to do aa they
hud heeu toid. They went to work and
kept this sarred feust lu a way that
it had not heen kept aire the duy
of Joshua (v. 17). If the Scripture
were read and made pluln many thing
could b found whirl) have not hero
complied with. In the keeping of this
feuat they dwelt lu booths, thus typi
fying their pilgrim character and
bringing to their remembrance tint
day of their wilderness Journey.
MK.ET VOI R FRIEND AT
Louisville, Ky., Sept. 4. Every
Kcntuckian whw has been a soldier,
a college student, a memher of I'it
islature. a State official and e.ery
one who is proud of his section of
the State will have a chance to meet
those with whom he rerved, studied
and lived hee during State Fair
week, September 11 to IA.
To makrf it easy for visitors to
Louisville to find those whom they
most want to see the Young Business
Men's N'ague, ni organization of
some of the most enterprises; young
men in the business and professional
world 'ere, has desigi nteu the week
as "Home Coming and Reunion Week"
and has ,'lanncil n series nf reunions
f r visitors.
On Military Day at the fair Wths
have heen arranged for reunions of
Kentuckians v. ho have fought in
Mexican, Civil, Spanish-American and
World Wars and fur each distinctive
ly Kentucky unit in each nf the
wars. Kegistrution nooks are to be
kept so th.it each former soldier ran
Urate his comrades of other daya.
Special arrangements are being made
for reunions of students of schools!
and colleges and for get-toi;ether .
meetings of large families. I
The sectional reunions are a new
feature in Fair week here. There is
to be Central Kentucky Day, a
Western Kentucky Day, an Eastern
Kentucky Day and a Southern Ken
tucky Day. Visitors from those sec
tions of the State will be the objects
of special attention on their respec
Another unique feature is m.le up
of the State administration reunions,
set for September 14th, Governor's
Day. The administrations represent
ed are those of Governors Morrow,
Stanley, McCreary, Willsnn, Heck
ham and Bradley. The Governors
who are living are chairman for the
members of their official families and
the surviving speakers of the House
of Representatives and President of
the Senate of their houses. The
ranking members of the administra
tions and of the two houser have
been selected where the chief officers
are not living.
DICTIONARIES are In use by bust
neu men, engineer, bankers,
judges, architects, physicians,
farmers, teachers, librarians, cler
gymen, hy uccfuf men anf
woman th world oner.
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