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TO MOTHER EARTH
What Com and Potato Clubs Do
For the Boys,
6R0WTH OF THE MOVEMENT.
HOG KILLING SUPPLIES
Of Quality Groceries
ARE ALWAYS AT
rT ., Grind
Cuts every particle clean arid, sure. Let us show
you the knife and plate that makes .this chopper
ahead of all others.
StickltJK- Knives and. Si'nin Knives, made with Qft n
Best Steel B fltt'n..:..T CUU UIJ
Your SaUBHge with the ENTER
PRISE Sausage Stutter and Lard
Press. Press the lard solidly, quickly
and" conveniently. Call and see it.
I nrrl Huns; With double wood
LdlU Udll5 uottom A!1 8ize8(
five to fifteen ctallons. : :
Lard Kettles Stuffing
For Sausage Mil).
OHIO RIVER SALT.
vsl sir jjOi a
Jefferson County Loads With, Its Mag- '
ntficcnt Gardening LandHow Wil-:
Ham Frey Grew Eighty-eight bushels
of Potatoes on One-fourth of an Acre.
Grndunlly the thinking school people
nro beginning to see and understand
that If the parents will not go to
the school the school must go to the
homo nnd make Itself felt Nothing
has helped more hi this movement
than the hoys' corn and potato clubs
in this and many other Htatcs. The
tremendous growth of the movement
13 due largely to a rational use of the
children's enthusiasm and desire TO
DO SOMETHING THEMSELVES.
PLEASURE IN ACHIEVEMENT
COMES FROM DOING IT YOUR
SELF, nnd pleasure in achievement la
the largest factor In human llfo.
William and Walter Frey live about
eight miles from' Louisville In a splen
did farming and gardening Hoctlon of
Jefferson county. When your reporter
Mrs. Will Kimmons ia vWting
friends in Henderson.
Mrs. S. Merrill Russell has return
ed to her home in ' Elkton after a
visit to her mother, Mrs. Goldth
waite. Thos. G. Dade, of Ft. Smith, Ark.,
is visiting his father, Mr. J. B. Dade.
Edward Kleeman, of Kansas City,
arrived last week on a visit to Mr.
and Mrs, Henry Frankel.
Rev. J. F. Price, stated clerk of
Princeton Presbytery and whoso
home is at Marion, was in the city
Marmaduke Morton, of St. Joseph,
Mo., is visiting his aunt, Mrs. F. J.
Mr. H. G. Stone, of the Standard
Oil Co , has been transferred to
Louisville and wil be succeeded as
agent here by Mr. James A. Wolfe. '
Mr. Robert Maxey, of New York,
i9 visiting irt the city.
Mrs. Edwin Lee Norris, wife of
Gov. Norris. ot Montana, is here on
a; visit to her Bister, Mrs Herbert L. '
McPnrson. Gov Norris will ar
rive later in the week for a bhort
Mrs H. F McCamy, of Princeton,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Isabel a
George E. Weathers, editor of the
Eikton Times, one of our' best ex
changes, was in ihe city yesterday.
Army of Hunters.
The number of hunters' licenses
taken out in Kentucky is estimated
to be 20,000. Nearly 600 are in
L G. Desper has moved from St.
Charles Court into the late residence
of W. A. P'Pool, Jesup Avenue, Mr.
P'Pool having gone to his new home
near the city on the Cox Mill road.
! Wanted--10,000 Turkeys
Let Us Have Your Turkeys. We are; the
s . Prize Boosters. '
WE HAVE MOVED
Now Located at First Street -and" $L b N.
Track Old Canning Factory. Call
A GOOD SHOOK.
visited them on Saturday, 2d of No
Tember, he found them busy storing
"second crop" potatoes for the winter
William Frfey, the elder brother, grew
one-fourth of an acre of potatoes this
season. He harvested eighty-eight
bushels of splendid tubers on the plot.
When he was asked about the crop
and its cultivation, he said:
"Yes, that yield was some better than
most of the neighbors around here
You see, eighty-eight bushels on my
little piece Is the same as 117 barrels
to the acre. Of course I. did some
things the neighbors didn't do, because"
Sdid all o my work from the dlrec
tlona the government sent me. Every
body plows manure under when they
break the ground In the spring, but 1
used my two big wagon loads of rotted
manure for a top dressln' after my jx)
tatoes were in the ground.
"The folks, that came over here said
my potatoes were darker green than
any of the others in the neighborhood,
an' we all saw that the vines were
mighty heavy an' fine. I went over the
patch three times with a fourteen tooth
Peter Fox Sons Company,
' HopkinWille, Ky,
XllhtSpiM H E i AND JUS POTATOES
cultivate. iur 1 was careful not to let
It eiiturteejur than two Inches. After
that it two workln's with a live
YsJVihy potatoes will get the llrat
prize rijb year in this county. It'll
make "Tfitj quarter of an acre pay
mighty. jv"dl, becauso It's ifoO In gold'
Walt9r, .Frey, the younger brother
has an acre of corn In the contest, but
it had ,npt been husked when youtM-or
respondent visited the farm early In
November. The ground showed jthut
careful .Vork had been done during the
Bunmiorjjnd the eighteen huge ahoeks
that ,t8W upon the acre gurumuulse
or a iarscyjeui.
"I plt(iucd the Hoone County White
that theilstate furulahcd us boys." In
said yj Ju)6Vi i m my questions. "Uu 1
only aflFvuioui i';lf U sjaud of curn. s.i
I hudijb use wim? ofjjair own idiouf
Couptok' ty replant Iiik the acra )t
coursffia Uud n uid Is oj mighty ptr
sturt,w n corn ontost. lvgt time lmu
golu', jc tost 'the weed so njt t be iuv
. "Yes; I used a lot of manure on jjwi
acre. Before I plowed it this spring 1
scattered four big loads of manure n0 I
could turn it uuder.
"I was goln' to do moro plowin' an
cultlvatln' than anybody around here
thjs yejjx, but a big windstorm taugleil
it so'rhad to quit early. I did cultivate
It four times an' didn't stir tho ground
more than two inches deep. The dlrec
Uoojt for corn makM that a migbt,
FOR Edible Eatables The Quality Kind.
When The Pangs Of Hunger Assail You!
o o o
Try These-They'll Please I
New Seedless Raisins.
New Citron Orange
and Lemon Peel.
New Currants, Orange
Glace, Pitted Cher
ries. New Evaporated Cher
New Figs, Dates, Mala
ga Grapes, Bananas.
.New Canned Goods of
New China, Cut Glass
New Cakes of all kinds
New Prices Come to
FARMERS Buy your Cabbage
now for this week extra fine qual
ity, firm and nice; will keep.Special
$1.10 Hundred Pounds. t
APPLES New York Baldwins;
will keep all winter $1.00 Bushel
Ben Davis, Selected Eating and
Cooking , 75 Cents Bushel.
2 Car Loads at Our Old Store.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
C. R. Clark & Company,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
l , A PI I A L S i OoK $6 J.OOi) 00
WE SfVSTE YOU
To join us in business;
We can help each other.
We seek in every way to
maintain the standard of
careful attention to the
interests of our customers.
W. T. TANDY. President.
JNO. B. TRICE, Vice Preat.
IRA L. SMITH, Cashier,
J.A. BROWNING, JR., Asst.Cash.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
h;rst national bank
i ot y Rational Bank in This Communltvi
Stockholders' Liability 75,000.00
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Thr lr Cnt lntr1 Paid on Savings and Tlma Dapoa t