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FARM EXTRACTS INFORMATION FROM THE EXTB RIMENT STATION AGRICUL TURAL PATERS AND THE COUNTY AGENTS OFF1CB REPORT OF EGO LATINO DEMONSTRATIONS egg production, H wfll point out oDt of th thing to bo considered whoa Mloctlng hans for layers, la addition, ho will giro an address on ."Farm Poultry In Kentucky." I .. Following tho address, th Ken tucky Poultry Association will hold mooting and elect 'officer,' Tho poultry program which It to 1 1 Tho poultry program which it to Tho County Agent ha. tho' following report for "tho egg laying dein- ! . ' ." . . .? v v.. .... -ri.. . Minrinded with an addreM by Aaron nuatratlona la Ohio County for tho month of December 1111 port la of the 29 women who are In this demonstration work, ?ronp 1 (wW SO hew) '-Owner Breed A v. No.- ... .' Hena 1 Mr. M. E. Barnard W. Wyandotte ... .7. Hartford, R. . 2 Mr. S. T. Rhoads, .... R. I. Red ..! Beaver Dam, R. 1. 3 Mrs. Celeste White White Rock 2J Hartford, Ky. Groap 9 (SO to 199 hens) 1 Mrs. Ola Wilson, R 1. Rede 60 Horse Branch, R, 1. 2 Mr. J. 8. Hughe, White Rock 60 Olaton, R. 1. S 8 Mr. J. R. Wilson, . .. Whit Rock ISO Dlaton. R. 1. The report by tho different brejd 1 a follows: Breed Tho re- concluded with an addres by Aaron Sitplro, California marketing ex pert. Mr. Sapiro wilt-speak at 7:30 At. No. o'clock In tho evening. East Record Help Farmer Through Low Period During the present period of ft - nanclal and agricultural depression. 4-3' It 1 more Important than ever be fore that farmer study their farm huslness, keep , book and produce their crope and livestock with the greatest possible efficiency and 10.1 economy, farm mtfnagement special ists at tho College of Agriculture 7 8 are pointing ouf to Kentucky farm- i er. The farmer,, like ny other business mart or manufacturer must At. No. Eggs study hi business if he Is to make per hen a success of It they say 1st. Rhode Island Red . -yr "Survey made In the' State how 2nd. White Plymouth Rock 1 that one of the chief characteristic Srd. Barred Plymouth Rock ...:e .4.28 0f successful farmer is that they 4th. White Wyandotte r .4.08 are on the alert to learn better and 6th. White Leghorn t cheaper way of doing thing con- i &4 . i. -i v..nMM. r it neciea wim iuon mui.hco, w. . - Jett a member of tho department ,"""" - ....-u... .... .ki. .iih un. .v , . er, according to a report -from 6lli. Mixed -If'TTIt i ii i IE ajbutf Kim ' V TURKISH Friendly VIRGINIA Gentlemen BURLEY. Tht perfect bUa&edi tire perfect dgarttt tobacco in on perfect dgarett one-eleven cigarette? fl2 111 ,itTja.AxK- J Winter To . rt.t ir. tr .n h(. vlolH hstnir 11 t'l - maria nrnflt .er. HCCUrmusj w I II f 1 nlllll( 1 line i w i ,p uuDuriD ...... .w a attiu. r iiici m " " " ......... f " I . p, Prnn Itoo low to be profitable, according aurng the past year kept book on i " . .7 . . Farmers may prune their fruit to the specialists. On, the other thelr business and used their heads Reding or aianceo ""nB lo m' trees Rafflly during any part of tbelhand the better corn counties of the wen a their hand and muscles, .crease egg production and the prop- . ... ,o,..'c., n .vra of ho..t , ika rli.i i f a er housing of hena are being stres- llUrlllUIll EJilOUII aimo ,fiuv m vuuvv .-.-o- vliv ',aw " I m.ntirinp crivintr n r f at ii r to liit ft 4 ft hnwhwlft of the sram an Acre. & mot nf farm account booki is the.vu wir.iif anj cnriv anrincr. Accord i n r ' vil ! hish pnonarh to be orofttable. r-inao ntndv nf the farm activities . .. . a ... : . ... .! I 1.l a . T I PVER HT! IT? n i ur eiufi utu in uiuhiuki wmen ir mnHPS dohsiu e. iiitui ma-i - to it commendations made by- or- HJ I f l. AMI I III t II M it L 1 U II D IllltUO UJ ' 1 " MWa y-"-"oi II IV U lb lliaiaO cliunl RpeclulistB at the College of piepuring the seed bed and cultivat- tlon gathered. In the Aritulture to Kentucky farmers fug land that produces 15 bushels modifications In crop , , 1. ml vol a a itk i ha 1put f nrn ti n a era Id nm'tirflllv the nnntAAai tttriUh am a T I . (J UUC IIlll' - u si '-''- ' ' " .w I'"" 'IOt.l.B Tflliviiy J time to do this work. Young trees, gme ts thut required by land that mhke production m . . 1 . - J l 1 .. . , m .t .A.n 111 m;..-. nflfci wiitLu. jfi.itt,ii hi ii.'. iit jinuu'.cv"'" uiisucn w win ana promaoie. imo fcc pruned best In the spring, the Rt E. Shfphenson, a member of the-aB0 suggests way and B)fcliiliRt8 say. i " department said. "The poor land reducing operating expen " 1 " " IIIVUIIIVHIIVIID f " - who have Inquired as to the bem of corn an are is practically tne practices which, (as a general rule, time to do this work. Young trees, gme ts that required by land that mh.ke production more economical wfck.b. .were planted In the. fall- can in-ductSO bushels of corn au acre" and prontable." Tfti intormation means of reducing operating expenses. When old Apple trees need thin- will not pay tillage costs and when "When the trend of agricultural ring and heading back, it is nd- tilled is made still poorer because prces is upward,, farmers may use vltiaMe to thin ort year and head the tillage encourage leaching and inefficient and uneconomical meth- back tho i-.cit, "II. R. Niswonger, erosion losses. ods of farming and still have a profit orchard cjitcia'.i' t at the college "On the other hand, ir tne poor 8t the end of the year, un tne oiner nid. "All dead nnd diseased land is seeded to grass, there are hund. during periods of depression, launches should be removed and no tillage costs after the stand is jt 8 only by the most efficient and tuin'fd thn fitst year. In removing secured. If the weeds are controll- economical methods of production ;iicr;l- it is bfct to cut cibse to ednd some attention given to fertl- that farmer rfre able the main branch In order to c'.imin- ligation, grass land usually becomes profit." ate rliihH. It is a good practice to better while producing a pasture re- - cover all larce cut with grafting turn. The same poor soil if cropped wax to prevent entrance of disease." continuously . will produce low Tin- pruning of trees of this kind yields and grow poorer, i liru'd consist in correcting crowded "Japan clover and red top are the i oiiditiors of the lower part by re- two pasture crops adated to poor movinn small branches, especially land. If treated with acid phos- kecp bookg and records during the tlmre that contain old. wcr.i out phate', there is no soil In the State ,n , accordlng to a report fruit spurs. Heavy pruning by cut- too poor to grow either of these Uom County Agent J. W. Jone tine out large limbs encourages crops. The reil top win supply .nay Qne of tJje banks In tne county, mimd growth ni ar the cut end the and June pasture while the japan whIcn ,g asslstlna; In the movement, following season and reduces pro- clover will afford good pasture dur- hag purecnaged a number of farm .Miction tne rtconu year. i no i- ing juiy, Augubi, oepiemurr a.... account bookg whch jwlll be distrl n.oval of large limbs on the lower October. Five pounds of recleaned bute(, tQ armer9 wn0 wHI kcep rec. part anil in tr.e eerier 01 uie tree rea top ana pounus 01 ja,,uU .r(J dur,ng 1922 rour jarmers al opens large lioies wiucn aamu 100 c:cver are aooui me proper amuum ready haye gtarted thelr reCords. and livestock If Vou Have, the Statement of This Hartford Citizen Will Inter est Vou Ever have a low-down" pain In vIn the "small," right over tho hips? That' the home of backache If it caused by weak kidneys, Use Doan's Kidney Fills to realize a Larue Farmers Tlan To Keep Books- And Records In order to put their farm busi neps on a systematic basts, a num- her of Larue county farnier will to seed. . Farm And Home New From Over l ui l ix M w J o auu ki'Ivvb - . .i m fort o .... JveniucKjr dim vuv couniy are iukijjs; an mitin much Eunlight. "Heading hack the main limba by i ni line to a Klde branch which points down lower the tree top, and make spray ing and harvesting of the fruit easier. Heading back bp complete- renvovlng large upright branches Hartford people testify , to their the back? worth. Ask your neighbor? Read case of it E. L. Ashley, farmer, Griffin St., Hartford, says: "I consider Doan'i Kidney Pills a reliable remedy.' They helped me considerably when I was troubled with backache; and a too frequent action of my Ria- neys. This remedy helped my kid neys to act better and relieved my back. Doan's made pie feel better generally and I am glad to recom mend them."1 . (Statement given November 17, 1916.) On January 25, 1921, Mr. Ash ley said: "I still use a few Doan' Kidney Pill whenever I hava trou ble with my kidney and they never fail to promptly cure me. I con aider Doan' have no equal for kid nev trouhle and I am glad to tell anyone about them." Price 60c. at all dealers. Don t simply ask for a kidney remedy est Doan's Kidney Pill the ame in ,nty are taking an active interest UTmen g,ye . nad FogterMil. Junior agricultural club work, a , thB keenln. of ' v ly tpoit from County Agent Earl May- hew states. At the presnt time. more than 700 youngsters are en- more attention to the keeping of farm records during the coming year, according to a report from mure ma i j uuufcom w- . n xtqa .a i. . , i i . v, . . .... .. .. . . ... ivuui) akiv . 1S , m - rolled m various ciuo. in me cuunV. Eleven ,readv have been enr0ned ireaimeni u(jub vue lop oi iuo iicni . . ,,Z . , to keep book on their farm busi- H . u.mcu.i , - - IWtr, Problem. Stated For Tenth wg. peglected peach trees satisfactorily Farm Conclave ! 1 ut xnoe Poaltry n0U8lng, reeding nd Corn, h0g. poultry, clover and v goious may be renewed by rather , . 1 . . ' . . b ,,. . k T, t 'management will be among the ub- dairylng will be the line of farm seveie cuuing DOt- i, e 1 Jectg t0 recerve special attention at activity to receive special attention burn Co., Mfr., Buffalo, N. (Advertisement.) PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN the tenth annual Farm and Home from farmers In the Red Fern com- lateral and as much as 4bre or hel CoUege dur, t, four yuars of giowtb removed If . , , . . , .,!.. receHiary. Crowded la.era. branch f Airicult.r. Jan. 31 and Fe 1 comlni! year. according to plan, out- fl,,,,.,.,! nn., th. central ones 2 3' "rdlng to the tentative ,!ed ,n . program of work which ' . . . croeram being arranged for the thev have lust comoleted In co- cut back to encourage renewal oi - - - . - - . . ... event. A. in former year., a part of onerat on with County Agent J. L. the bearing woou." , , ... . .... . . jne geaemi ruraiiu un vnu Miller. . kr"!". "' s.l.l. fr farmer and their wlvea1 11 M1.1W 11 Ttwf TWen. To Condoit who are especially Interested lnj rjUrlng tna coming year, six Kno lVmonHtrntlone 'fum T.oaltiy prcbleTH,. county farmer who aro owner of ... . . 1. . 1 i rlAl nwiAtr 4k. iinAi. who K.uaniiHvA farm orchard will Four Marlon county iarmers wnu iuv.uu-- ,,,.,v...-v.. are co-operuting with County Agent bflve been scheduled to addre? the Cp operate with County Agent Earl H J. Children and the extension poultrymen are C. L. Mauwaring. a Mayhew In conducting demonstra . ... ... i..i. ...-,u.iai nnnltrvman of Mentone. inn. with their fruit tree to show flivit.lop 01 me oiifgo i w. , . - turo will conduct steer feeding Jnd.. who ba made a consistent the value of proper orchard manago .....ir.itnun durlna the coming yearly profit from bi flock; J. T. ment.1 They will use precribed .. ... . . x . t IT... pavvjIaii i h odui llnck 'ba n..iVnH. In H.montrs.tinK to farm month, accoraing 10 a repwn 1 ivu. , the county. ,111 demonstration been one of the leading one among tr. of that district how th yield of Will be designed to point out om tne 47 Being conaucieu u.u.u- Xrun omy m iu, ..... i.- ..... o,.r. In ih nro. strationa in the State: J. H. Martin, til IIIH hit 1 l.. 11 v iui ... - r duct Ion of beef to farmer In that in charge of poultry work at th n order to eliminate low-prodflc-j.....i. eolleae and J. R. Smyth, extension ng cow and produco milk at a low " Doultryman of the college. er cost, a number of Fayette county vu.i.i r I'nflt Mr. Manwarlng will outline ome farmer are planning to . keep ro- of the DrlnciDal be employ in mak- ords on their herd and feed a bal Kentucky farmer are using much Ing hi flock return $10,000 profit a .need ration during vth coming , .ii for corn production which year, hi subject having been an- ye,r. according to County Agent W. If seeded to grass Instead of corn nounced as "$10,00 A Year From r, Oabbert. - ' . .. . . ... nv.l l.or.. ' U. aliin will tell some " would- return mem u smmoi i""' v and make their farmi more produc ot the thing which tho Indiana .Jackson county farmer ar making two sol! and crop specialist at state poultry association I accom- a sytematlo effort to rid th county .. a-.i....i.... ..v tin niiKhlnc for Doultrymen in that of scrub hog with tho result that .1.1. ,r id for corn nroductlon state. the last one I eipected to be di- . .. ... m. vv;tnn win iifacusa the man- nosed of in th near future, a re in one or me priuci!i m ... .. .... .. ui,if th. upement of hi flock and tell th port from County Agent W. R. Rey- . . .n.i thuir wtv.a how he has nohls state. A a Dart ot th move- Ftate they ueciare. , ..... ...... - . ' v. heen able to maintain a high average ment. 114 Webred pig hav been in . - . . . h.irhut. e nroduction. - uistriDUiea among jumur B.itu.- acre. Over a ten-year period, It commercial rouury Mnui iui.i .nv -.m-.- . nl'rht'y higher, being about 18 Kcutuy." win oe oiscusseo Dy r. , , . -'' l' ..... . ... 0 .k' will -1 .... T). .., n,nB.m.nt nf ttl. fflrifa acre Th" averago yield Mania win ror. Bmyia w.m LI ;be "rcr cVmuMm ibs.n dioastratloU on, judging bird, for pcultry. Cock 1 receiving iucroad ftffll Ft til iliecrfnl lalot who luuch. at the Wrong Tin. ha wade Mor En- mle by bw Untimely Cacbinnation than the Kaiser. Be laugh when you Brag of your Son, and of the Flub that (Jot-Away, and when you van on tb Ice b nearly Busts a Rib. TLs only Tim be get Berlou Is when yon Spring a Funny Htory. for : Man, having at last been able to; ; , HARNESS , the rays of light let jdown from the sun, he cuts them, ties them in bundles, places them in a beautiful metallic case, and calls it the ' , . SUN RAY FLASHLIGHT. This small light plant may be carried In the pocket and used at will. 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