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MAKING AND USING
LIME SULIM FOR
FRUU TREE SPRAYING
The making of lime-sulphur solu
tion for spraying fruit trees Is com
paratively simple, and any fru t grow
er who is equip; cd with the proper
apparatus can readily prepare, lime
sulphur concentrate for his own u?e.
No elaborate or expensive t ijuipme.it
Is necessary. A first-class concen
trate can t-e produce] In an ordinary
Iron kettle suspended over a wood
fire- A new Farmers’ Bulletin, 1285
Lime-Sulphur Concentrate, ly FI. I!
Slogler, entomologist. Bureau of En
tomology, and A. M Daniels, mechan
ical engineer. Bureau of Public
Roads, descril es the preparation of
this spray. The uses for it are de
sert! ed in this bulletin, which in
cludes drawings and designs for
plants suitable for orchards of var
ious sizes and locations.
In the first part of this bulletin will
he found formulas and suggestions
for the making, storing, and diluting
of lime-sulphur concentrate, lathe
latter part suggestions are given on
the building of several types of cook
ers of different sizes, ranging from
a very simple 25-gallon kettle t >
steam plants in which 800 gallons o'
the concentrate can to prepared in
one cooking.
I.line - sulphur solution Jh probat !y
ured more extensively than any other
compound, since it is both an insec
ts hie and a funglcldo. It is used
during both the dormant and the
growing seasons. Lime-sulphur is
comparatively cheap, and can be com
bined with many other compounds,
such as arsenate of lead and nicotine,
for the simultaneous control of chew
ing and sucking lnsiic‘B and certain
fungous diseases, Its chief advant
nge is that it is disagreeable to us,
owing to its causticity. The lime
sulphur described in this bulletin
should not I e confused with the to
called self-boiled lime-sulphur, which
is a mechanical mixture of lime and
sulphur, whereas lime-sulphur con
centrate is a chemical combination.
Millions For Trails To Forests
A total of $34,542,062 has been ap
propriated by the Government to the
States for roads and trails within or
adjacent to the national foross. Total
expenditures of Federal and cc-opor
i.tlvo funds amounting to $22,216,724
hove already been disbursed. To
di ie. 4.78 G miles of road and 6,7 it
la* lea °f trail Lave boon construe tod
and 8,741 miles of road and trail have
1 een repaired and Improved, says the
Forest Service, United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.
Prevent Influenza
The Tonic and Laxative Effect of
Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablets
vill keep the system in a healthy con
dition and thus ward off all attacks of
(’olds. Grip or Influenza. !!(lp. \lt
e-rr-r ? ... ■
“THELMA”!
Circle Playhouse—Moiidtiy-Tuesdn} {
Clearance Sale of Winter Stock
To be Closed Out Less Than Wholesale Price in
Order to Make Room for Spring and
Summer Goods.
Wonderful Bargains of what we have left to
close out as follows: ,
17 Wash Waists: sizes 36 and 38 only.. . $ 1.00
5 Ladies* Sport Hats $ 1.00
7 Ladies’ Sport Hats $ 2.00
20 Georgette Waists: slightly soiled.. . .$ 2.00
1 9 Slip-on Sweaters; all shades $ 2.00
17 Crepe de Chine Waists $ 4.00
I 1 Ladies* Brushed Wool Scarfs $ 4.00
I 4 Skirts; plain and pleated, fancy $ 5.00
32 Presses; sizes 16, 18. 36 only. $ 5.00
17 Dresses odds and ends SIO.OO
2 1 Dresses: extra fine quality $15.00
11 Suits; latest style $19.00
5 Suits; extra fine quality $29.00
7 Coats; odds and ends; small sizes
only $12.00
3 Coats. Bolivia; best quality $29.00
FUR CHOKERS AND SCARFS AT */ 2 -PRICE
NOTE. —Mr. Strauss wiM for • W-v TV r-* r f.,?
new Spring and Summer V**"- ro''*ets r- M 5 be on fJsr’ay the
10th of February. We will inv t . i ... ,
from in all the new and advanced models.
LEON STRAUSS
55-57-59 MARYLAND AVENUE
PHONE 337
was a lucky <t.iy icr me when
* I pet Tanlae," declares 8.
j Ah In Poole, well-known Urns
downe. Md., resident. Mr. Poole
wtjs the medicine relieved him oi
stomach (rouble. riteamali>m and
a genera! run-down condition niter
many eiher treatments had failed.
“Ib certainly was lucky for me that
I get Tanlac,’’ said S. Alvin Poole,
well-known resident of 105 Third
Ave , Lansdowne. Md.
“I had stomach trouble so bad that
almost everything I ate caused gas,
bloating, heart palpitation end short
ness of breath. Then rheumatism
came on me and I had such fearful
i pa ! ns in my arms and right leg it was
torture. Constipation, nervousness,
end a general run-down condition
made my burden almost more than 1
could bear.
J "The way Tanlae helped me was a
i big surprise and now with the stom
ach trouble gone and the rheumatism
fast fading away. I am building up In
weight right along. My gratitude to
Tanlae is unbounded.”
Tanlac is sold in Annapolis by all
good druggists.
Over 33-million bottles sold. —Adv
MILKING AND FEEDING
REGULATIONS FOR COWS
It has long been a rule on well
managed dairy farms to milk and feed
j the cows at the same hours every day.
Regularity was always thought to
have a t eneflcial effec t on produc
tion. However, experiments carried
on 1 y the United States Department
of Agriculture on the Government
arm at Belleville. Md., have shown
I that cows of average production milk
ed at the same hours every day pro
duced but slightly more mill: and
slightly less hnttarfnt than those milk
ed at random, provide! tho feeding
was done at regular times. When
the feeding as well as the milktng
was done at random hours the cows
produced about 5 per cent, lets of
loth milk and fat.
T/iF. LULNiNG CAPiTAt. AriAAPOLTS, MARYLAND. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 102.1.
S7A TiSTICS SHO W MORE.
LIVE STOCK ON MD. FARMS
On January 1, 1923, there were on ’
ae farms of Maryland about 22.000
,-jore head of live-stock than a year
.receding, tvecording to a statement ;
j aad e public today by John S. Detinee, ■
,'ederal crop statistician at Baltimore '
or the United States Department of j
Agriculture, co-operating with tjie (
i extension Service of the University of '
i laryland. Horses decreased 1.000 J
! ead; mules remained the same: milk j
| owe increased 2,000; other cattle in- ;
i reused 3,000; sheep increased 4,000,
i nd swine increased 14.000.
The total numbers on farms Jaxra
try 1 are estimated as follows:
Horses, 136,000; mules, 33.000; milk ;
cows, 194.000; other cuttle. 101,000;
heep, 93,000; and swine. 299.000.
Boost In Live-Stock Value
The total live-stock has in- j
creased $245,000, or about 0.7 per i
rent, during the year; that is. from a !
total of $34 594.000 on January 1. 1922.
to $35,139,000 on January 1, 1923.
This increase is due in part to in
creased numbers of some kind of aui
tals— dairy and meat cattle, hogs and
sheep—and to better prices prevailing ,
for cattle other than dairy stock, and I
for hogs and sheep.
Horses, with a value of 886 per head ■
as compared with SB7 a year ago, are
lower than they have been at any time
in over twenty years. The total value
of horses is estimated at $11,696,000. ;
which is $223,000, cr say 2 per cent
less than a year ago.
Mules have declined in price $4 per
head, the January 1 price being slll
The total value of mules is $3,663,000.
a reduction of $132,000, or 3 per cent,
us compared with a year ago.
Horses And Mules Decline
Ilorseh and mules are the only
! classes of Maryland farm animals
1 that have a present value beiow that
■ of 1914. The average values per head
1 on January 1, 1914, were: Horses.
$119; mules, $143.
Milk cows have declined 6 per cent,
in value per head, from $63 to S6O,
■ and In total value have declined $456,-
! 000, say 4 per cent., from $12,096,006
i to $11,640,000. According to reports
from farmers, cow r s kept for dairy
purposes were milked in 1922 an aver
age of 30S duy3 against 305 days in
1921.
Other cattle have increased 6 per
cent in value per head, from $33.20 to
$35.20, and in total vaiue have in
creased $301,090 or 9 per cent, from
1 $3,254,000 to $3,555,000.
All cattle have thus declined $155.-
- 000, or 1 per cent, from $15,350,000 to
I $15,195,000.
Swine have increased in value per
' head 13 per cent , from sll sft to sl3
; | | 1 !
: TRUCK CHASSIS
New Price
The Ford One-Ton Truck Chassis !l j
| f has proved its ability to reduce
transportation costs in practically
every line of business where' there
is a hauling problem. It is eco
nomical, efficient, dependable. At
the new low price you will agree
it represents a value that has
never before been offered in the
commercial car field. Place your
, order now for reasonably prompt
delivery. Terms if desired.
I
| COLONIAL MOTOR CO.
24M WEST STREET
and in total value have increased
$609,000. or about 19 per cenL, from
$3,278,000 to $3,887,000.
Nkep Take Big Jump
1 Sheep have increased in value per
head 21 per cent., from $6.20 to $7 50.
| and in total value have increased
j $145,000, or 26 per cent., from $552,-
I 000 to $693,000.
I The numl ers of the different cl&sd
i es of live-stock on the farms of Mary
land. expressed iu percentages of the
numl ers on January 1, 1923. are:
Horses, 99 ner cent.; mules, 100 per
cent.; milk cows, 101 per cent.; other
cattle, 103 per ccat.; swine, 105 per
j cent ; and sheep. 105 per cent.
Comparing present average values
! with January 1, 1914, average values,
jit iS found that the value of horses
on January 1, 1923, is 28 per cent.
I less; mules 22 per cent, loss; milk
Scows. 12 per eei:t. more; other cattle.
| 20 per cent, more; sheep, 50 per cent,
uc-re; and swine, 24 per cent. more.
Inspection 0* .Sheep
Last year inspectors from the Bu
reau of Animal Industry passed on
the health of nearly 25,000,000 head
of sheep with special reference to tho
I presence of scabies, a parasitic dis
j ease that causes a great deal of loss |
to ranchers if it is allowed to gain
headway in flocks. More than 8,800,-
*OO of these sheep were dipped to de
; stroy the parasites. The disease is
quite prevalent in a number of the
Western range States, but the work
of live-stock health officials is result
ing in improvement
Another undesirable Job: Deciding
exactly how much is required to
quench the thiist of an embassy
Washington Star.
CALORIES
| Emphasis used be |
I focused solely upon the cal-. I
| oriiic value of foods. Now, g
1 it is known that vitamine- I
I quality is equally essential j
Uto adequate nourishment. |
Scoff § Emulsion
Iha9 particular value as an
energy- building food o .
and tonic. It is also & %
I rich in vit amine- yfjT
factors, so important \ll
in building vp the
hod}/ and promoting I
healthful progress *
I Scolt & Bowti.*. tl,.otnfteld. N J. J 2-19 §
Off proc.-
TIME NOW RIPE
l TO AID FARMERS.
SAYS GOVERNOR
(CanllnuiNl Ptmh !*• t t
give towards supporting its anpolnt-j
ed pul lie agencies working with thej
organlred forces of farmers, home- j
makers, business men and all other j
interests towards attaining this goal.j
Ue added that carrying out such a
program would result in enormous re
turns to the State on the investment
The sell is Maryland’s greatest un
developed resource, he said.
Lhe Sl<ck Development I
Dr. Woods sphke particularly of the
development of the livestock Industry
in the State, dairy products and to
bacco. He said that beef can be pro
duced in the State, slaughtered and
placed on local markets, and good re
turns received. He urged broadening
the market for the Southern Maryland
tobacco crop, and speaking of the
high standard of dairy business, he
said the people of the State must le
taught to eat more dairy products of
State manufacture.
Iciest Of Governor At Luncheon
There were about ICO persons at
tending the conference, all of whom
were entertained at a buffet luncheon
by Governor Ritchie and his mother,
Mrs. Albert Ritchie, at the Executive
| Mansion, following the conference.
Some people have found that being
broad-minded is the way to give con
science a w.de berth.— Washington
Post.
THE !
BETTER WAY!
TO HEALTH
HEALTH TALK No. 14
If sickness has discouraged you
—if health has been denied you—
if you have tried everything under
the sun to get well, then we want
you to know that there is hope for
you in Chiropractic —THE BET
TER WAY TO HEALTH.
In looking back over your life,
can you see where sickness has
caused you physical and mental
suffering, with loss of strength in
mind and body?
i
Ponder over what perfect health j
would have meant to you in the
years gone by, then picture what
the future may have in store for
you, if you will only lay aside ail
prejudice and investigate Chiro
practic—THE BETTER WAY TO
! HEALTH.
j We want to get mutually ac
j quainted—we want to listen to
your story, the history of your ef
forts to get well, then tell you
about this way to better health and
give you our honest opinion as to
what it may be expected to do for
you. Consultation is free and
: places you under no obligation.
TELEPHONE 663
Dr. J. M. Jones
Chiropractor
61 COLLEGE AVENUE
ANNAPOLIS. MD.
'
Hpurs each Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday: 2:30 to 4:30 p. M
l. ■
HSH
Star : Theatre
CIIAXIiK OF PICTURES DAII.Y
TODAY
Where is My Wander
ing Boy Tonight”
The Picture Magnificent!
Cod Comedy: “Adam and Eve/'
Adult*, 25c.; Children, I Or.
Flmt Miuu 7:15.
NEXT WEEK
Two Special Picturesl
TUESDAY
A First National Attraction!
Featuring
Richard Barthelmes
“Tol’able David”
0 Snob Pollard Comedy.
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
A First National Attraction!
JACKIE COOGAN
“MAYBOY”
Jackie Coogan proved a rarm* with
Charlie ( haplin in “The Kid.” “Peck -.
i:d >,•’ ’-•:•*! ta.vr.y other p let are-. - j
j
!
Line* Worth Kt mcmhering
He ne’er is crowned
With immortality, who fears to follow
Where airy voices lead.
John Kent:', j
“COLD IN THE HEAD”
I is au acute attack of Nasal Catarrh
Those suljert to frequent ‘eolds’are
I generaly in a “run down" condition,
j HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE is
a Treatment consisting of an Oint
ment. to 1 e used locally, and a Tonic,
which acts Quickly through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces, building up j
Hie System, and making you less li
able to “colds. ’’
Sold by druggists for over 40 Years. :
F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
i A.ly.)
SAMUEL W. BROOKS & CO.
t'HAI, NELSON BROOKS
PAINTING DECORATING
PAPES HANGING
Cali mute* Cheerfully FurnUl.ed.
Color iK-hrmru for furniture painting*.
UphoUlerlug oud Hold IJn Work.
IS’v DRAM BT. I'HONK M4-W.
Floor Scraping
OLD FLOORS \ SPECIALTY
S. E. CABLE
MOTOR KOI TE 3. BOV 73. JSI
C. W. Tucker & Son
ROOFERS
S|outinK, Sheet Metal nnd Slate M ork.
Move and Furaaee Kepairln*.
PHONE
I '
CIRCLE PLAYHOUSE
Iq
- :.r
PHONE 610. PROMPT LAI IK :
THOMAS & STOKES
-dealers i v'-
Groceries, Smoked Meats, Fresh Vcr ’
Hardware, Chinaware, Paints, &c.
* • •
• •
206-208 MAIN ST.
v.
rr ~j. weinbercT
106 MAIN STREET
Great Corset Sale
i
In Connection with z. Sale
of Ladie’s Gowns and To we
Bought from a local merchant the er.
well known W. B. Corsets. He having dis.:
these corsets sold them to us at a Great Corr.f
in this buy were several of the well know::
Royal Worcester—R. & G. and Bon Ton Cc
included in this Sale some of the discontinue
our regular stock of W. B. and Her Majesty
assorted. Sizes up to 35. These corsets wer
to $5.00. l
Beginning Saturday, January 27Ll *
i m., these corsets will be placed on p y;
ridiculous prices of 89c, $1.19,
A lot of Ladies’ Sample Muslin Gowns, b
Value $1.50 95c
A lot of Honey Comb Towels. Size •
Value 50c 25c
1 COME EARLY IN ORDER THAT YOU CAN &
YOUR SIZE AND STYLE
Just received a line of Ladies* Shirt
in the newest styles. $1.95.
1
Next to Tottie’s 5 and 10c Sto e.
TONSILiTIS *

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