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'tsVen into consideration when se-! projects for the county daring the
lecting the nen. lor loo pea,-tD eoi- coming year, unu; .i.n lrae aoultrynea ur. rooster who ed by el farmer.. RTATIO-. AGRICCL- we often and ku a "crappy- nn- ' t it re asuaiiy niioi b iuwi uivwhi i w. iiuuouini - j , j Detailed Information concerning tlon, recently organised to promote iv. a Kirrfa aWt fnr tha Anlrvfo uun( Lirnt county fsrni- Tl '. . ...... Hn irai breeding 2en Is being sent on re-, ere, now has more than 101 mem-' FARM EXTRACTS INFORMATION FROM TUB BXTHR0fENT TTJRAL PAPERS ADD THE COUNTY AGENT'S OFF1CB vlUtions To Attend Road Meet County road officials In Kentucky, road eontractors and all persons In- tnreiited in the construction ana to this sonrce, according to Mr. met 10 nram .r. - -r Valle.o. , at Islington . Seed treatment promise to be a ...... ... . . - nwwi'ivi.i vnr wom Out Community club are taking an metnoa oi renucnu. k !"" - - - - . nvnM... W( , Bnlla 1111 UUIt.U. - UBl. UlUlllVfclllB Large areas of fcoor soils in Ken- " " m Crittenden BILLIONAIRE IN AMERICA Detroit, Jan. 1. America to-day I- . . ... M... - maintenance of highways are "B" . " ' i ... ,. .1 ..on bichloride oi mercury is recommeuu- wrp ! i . . . . hare a special l.wltatlom to tted,We J Jmpr0Tea fof crop county, a report from County Agent the regional "J ' J. ,Jt,r re.ulted in .ometajury production If more legume, such ...J- economics and transport o be held mw Mybe.n, WM, now haa ten such organisations at the UnWer.it, of Kentucky Jan. . ,rown ... ,t ha - 31 and Feb. 1. those In charge oi """"' . . . . " . , A.Hroltur. ser. At the HENRY FORD 18 FIRST the program ha, announce Plan. - - - "J ,lcn. ; the State" ha. o inr.t'dLtr'tha: .. - v -o.., .1 - ..h. mt Imnortant ter which It snouia oe wB ciua.ng ..... . ' " . ..... . " " . : r " 'm thoroughly in several changes of acres of improved land or aoout one " , Z ' ,od meetmgs eld in the State in thoroUgD y contain!r. d one.naIf acres to each farm, an than Henry .' Ford baa recent years, according to the an- clean . j much math. mtically paased John D nouncement th. process. The seed may be dried matnt.in soil fertility, the special- Rockefeller a. the country a richest Kentucky's road problems the process. ' LegunMS.. which bay. man. His bank balanco today la in relation of the U. S Bureau of E u- if Jtajd ta . -t. IMi,MM 4 j hI cation to highway development, the clotb bag of Bore doe, not know within $5,000.- p,ace of Federal aid In h .bwaj r d-- ,nd then .pre.d SM than'.ny other Cass of crop. 000 or IMOO.OOO how much actual vrlopment, the future of highway move sunim. foP.,ntv of ' the soil Is lo has at tho moment, because tr6nSport. developments in h.ghway In .n Sl.'SiS,.? rtt?1 -e ha. not taken th. trouble to tnglnecrlng research, safety first h u . check , dp In the paat few weeks. In cation, the overloading of motor 'J? clover the principal a reply to a question Mr. Ford said truck, and its re.at.on to road ou the Iem. grw at the present time that h. had no doubt hi. holding building and maintenance, and the f ro d -ease P g cowpea. bawd upon their earnings, could be training of highway 'W f f 8 Zr or live year, old ?blTi. j.pan clover grow, wild ea- capiUli.ed and sold for a billion neen .GD.u.. Broved an advantage in con- ttnslvely in the State and la .ome- oouar. nut sunlecis vo De laieo up v iu . niu BunjBc trolling the diseases. times seeded. Alfalfa i. grown meeting. held on the' In order to prevent infection, it largely in two counties while several i t,. fTn h exnected to be Is advisable to use new canvasl. In others have small areas. Sweet and f h Ltres of the confer! mes where it is necessary to use alBlke clover complete the legumes one of the feature . of the . confer a be bo,led farmerg fl rTh mas H M,o Xe f three hur. or longer In order Tne cnIef .dv.nUge of legume. , J ! ? "pbP Road, of to dartroy any disease present. ,8 the fact that they replenish the 1 V S ' Depar me r of r,r cl- I. U cases, the plant bed. should nitr0Ke supply of poor soils, the Mr. Joe 8 Bor State highway be sown on fresh land. Care also ,peclalist. say, -A. soon a. the 1 1 'r for Kentucki Relrl be taken to see that the bed nltrogett Bupp,y has been furnished. John H Rob-Ion and E. S. ls not subject to drainage from other the goil8 regpond to. treatment with lonion presfdeJ; Jf th. Joon Place, and especially field, where pn08phate fertil,zer.. thus making . i.i i, ... . inrerieu lUUtmu fc " v" il lubsiuiq . " - - Motor Lomr.any win uc sptanciB v - - , nuiur vuniio" n f , !,, t . nnlnt where thev DrodOce PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN year. the nroeram Veins organic manures, such as jarger crop yields. . . , . . mnv re- - 1 the hanauet. umer epraivc.s nn,.r.. mflV re will be W. N. Bosler. assistant state ia"'e " 7" k j i,i .h highway egieer for Kentucky; "Sl Mi's Harriett lizard, tupervisor of disease. io nai safety eduction, Detroit, Mich.; Dr. from using inorgan.c fertil.zers. J. J. Tigert. United States commis sioner of education; Dr. V.'. K. llntt, of the National Research Council; Dr. J. O. McKay, of the iTnivtTKitv of Wisconsin and D. V Knving The State should have at least 1,600,000 acres of clover alone for hay and soil improvement on. culti vated land, according to the special uta Mrnt of the pasture land of 1iille! Lambs Prevent the State also should be seeded with . . tnivinra containina a leaume. In Heavy wwm-s - - - - - Chilling of new-born lambs, which cases where the soil requlres.liming , . hnw loss suf- before legumes can be made a suc- T.rrell, a m-mb.r of the civil angi- fered each year by Kentucky sheep cess, the specialist, have recom I1(cing department of the universi- rai5ers, may be avoided by taking nded that the chilled animals to tne nre ana - -- . . Th.. nie..tinir will bo concluded reduallv warming them either by cowpeas, v. it ii a ty need to be followed - by' a meeting win do cuiuimiru gradually warmnis mem c....v. j tour of inspection over high- p:udng them In warm water or by fall cover crop, such a. rye, to pre . . .- " .. ... i., nn. erosion losses which, in some wuya in and around Lexington t'tnvrntiun T; Icnl W.tli I'l-oblemM covering tiie.u wun urau ui uvi., sheep sreclalists say. Chilling i. cases, are greater than the gain one of yie most important points, from growing legumes for sheep men to guard against dur- """" ... i..n. u..nn Muhlenbura Farmers rian improve- As I,, former years, dairying in u mvnt ()f all its Important pha.es is to have a by Thj need fop beUer corn , Muh. promlnnnt place on the program of cjunty has reguUed , a the tenth annual Farm and Home crowding. "L. J. movement among farmer, of that Convention to be held here Jan 31 specialist at the dlBtrlct, who are co-operating with and Feb. 1, 2 and 3. according to rlaehe. p Q f the plans being made for the event suggestions to farmer., careful selection and testing of seed. KahibiU of fine dairy cattle meet sU d a u ,Ps of various dairy organizat ions The g bright county Ten farmer, .ir.rn.ly hr, "Ud llU,; 2 Tr d Jii t ... up a IS. "l!her clover or alfalfa, should made plan, to test their seed before agement of be . hud will take up a . 'pUnting this spring and many large part or me program. ,.. 0f mhr r exnected to adopt the Among llie O.fenuizations whlcn ar'nian.' according to County Agent will bold meetings in ".i7. vigorous condition, jownes. with, this P"t of the con J J . mad plan. to program are the Kentucky Jersey tv wiU r 0 .afety test their seed include C. A. Bard. Cattle Club, Kentucky KolBte'.n Cat- "J mb J"e"itlier continue, to ,. L. Penrod. W. B. Bridge.. Elvi. ,le Club and Kentucky Manufactur- m tne ,we, re . jj. Dean. C. M. Tucker, crs of Da .y !J Rnd over.fat. the lamb may B. B. Baker. Fred Fleming. J. W. A number o 'r"""nnd''!nrEyacaeU- when born and for thl. rea- Arrendell and P. F. Turner. After thorities already have been engaged to weak w . own ieed "ddlLT." iuta aa ry U ! ed In nursing a. .oon a. possible, farmer, who are cc-oreratng in the es who are Interested in uairy fuM mVBmfc will assist In furthering according to the announcement.. ,... miiv If hv .1,. method to tholr Tb will include W. W. Fm- " - -' - Mt. ick secretary of the American be overcome by drawing wma of tha neighbors. . I,e nty Caltle Club; C. G. Vahl- mother', milk on it. In extreme knmi Paducab. president of the cases, it may be necessary to tie the F-rm An1 Home Newa From Over .. . . .. rih. t c. mother so that she cannot get away. . Kentucky t.?.nn .enior dairy man "from the After the young animals have , thel program of work which 1. .. . , r. .. n. irri. nursed a lew times, they should De theT ha. outlined for the coming . . hle to take careof themselves. .',. i ro-oneratlon with County c.llu.e; Harry r.arx.e. v . . - -- - - kecretary of the Na- 10 ' " Af.ent v. race. ' Krvrv tciwu has a Jolly Put Mil'. like this, ' who likes Everybody 'tind whom Everybody likes. He's always In Cood Humor and goes about dis perslng Good Cheer." This Good Scout has Just ns many Troubles ns Any body Else, but he does All his Wor rying in Private. Habitual. "That sailor over there somehow re minds me of an old hen hovering a bunch of chickens." "I suppose you nuturally mean the one brooding over there by the com paulonway?" ;oh, no; I menn the one sitting on the batch." Judge. MYSTERIOVS PAINS AND ACHES 1 to iug, tional Dairy Show; C. Oscar Ewing, ax.er mu.u.u., y " , J" " Louisville; J. M. Howie. Anchorage, eclve l-.le or no grain but should Clarence Smith. LaGrange and Mrs. be given all in. Lay wi eat. A a T Hpnnins. Sbelbyville. J. J. neairy (mu Corinth community of Livingston county will strive for bigger ytelds of corn and hay, better hogs, more nrofitabla farm flocks of chickens. Hooper, head of the college d rf..nartment also, will take part the program. Mr KMtzDatrlck will tell belbyville. J. J. 11 ' prouiauia mm - the college dairy cess of milk which results in milk jitter community telephone .ervice . . i.nn IhrM davi after the - w-...' irillni in a re in fever. About three days after tne lambs are born, a .mall amount oi ... . v. sruirt in Brie UD Of CdUul Part. Of VI 111" - - and better' road., according to a re port from tha county ..I ..-.v .in ..it of the grain made up ci eauai pan. , Guernsey breed of dairy cattle, Mr. ot. and bran may be fed with good In order t0 develop interest In .,. it la r.oii. results. This should be Increased ...ndard bred poultry and promote .ihle for farmers to start with the gradually until at the end of two a county pouUr, .how, Marlon hi rris already on their farms ana wceas mo touniy itrmiiri wo in, build a high producing on. while one pound of grain a day." with County Agent H. J. Childress Mr Hartke will tell of needed dairy jhav. organlxed a poultry assocla- ... . c.... u. ekin. t ii n.ii,1 I'm itniM-e Poul- .ton Tha orcanisatlon has ten , ..i.. i. ..inn in inn n ,lb. .1. 1 w.h ni- i 11 - - . - barter members. Union county farmer, will give . . a wm I'SMlflt nor will discus, me muuun . doirylnf to present day farming. ' Mating up a special breeding pen u, i Rd ITecauUons Prevent Leaf the best mala birds afford, farmer, mora .ttentlon to farm record, and IHrt' one opponunny .uU.. --- " Careful attention to seed, can- profit, from their poultry flock, ac n effort to put their farm activities vasses soil and manure ha. been cording' to suggestions being made on' a business basis, according to a hv tha Collet rpnnrt from County AEODt A. M. 1. . Km W II W BI1CB U. uihu mim JlOUlUtnj - . ' ' - " nstbologlst at the Kentucky Agrl- of Agriculture. Twelve hens and . .1 4 ttiat a r ui na iiailinllw will Tliaktl A Ultra uusici " ' " bresdirg pen large enough for the Make Life Hard to Bear For Many Hartford Women - Too many women mistake their pains and aches for trouble, pecu liar to the mx. Mora often disor dered kidneys are causing the ach ing back, dlsxy spells, headache, and Irregular urination. Kidney weakness become, dangerou. if neg lected. Use a time-tired kidney remedy Doan'. Kidney Pills. Hosts of people testify to their merit. Ask your neighbors? Read a Hartford case: un Rom B. Bear. Bonner St , says: "I .uttered with pain. In my bip. and back. The doctor .aid It wa. rheumatism and I took medi cine without benefit. Someone ad vised me to take Doan'. Kidney Pills and I used two boxe. and wa. cur ed. Later I had another attack when my kidney, became weak and irraviiiap. 1 was lama in the bus cle. of my arm. and across my hips and suffered great pain, every move I made. When I .tooped over, I could hardly atraighten up. Doan'. Kidney Pill., which ,1 got at tha Ohio County Drug Co., cured ma of both 'attack, ani I certainly have a cood word for them." Price fOc. at all dealer.. Don t slmD'y ..'j for a kidney remedy get Doan'. Kldn.y Pills tha aam. that Mr.. Bear had. Fo.ter-Mll- burn Co., Mfr.., Buffalo, N. Y. (Advertisement.) .... i r..imrn. station in nis CUii urn. V ...... .,fnna in Kentucky farmers the control of ji. A,rn .he coming year. l-.1t, tha .iS.'4rl already started serious tobacco average farm. Constitutional Allen. Fifteen farmer, have taken Inventories and their farm account. Interest tu farm accountlntvand book keeping 1. increasing among vigor, ability of . . . .,. Wfnlt ifa nri-wiiiA AH . d all8U'Br IMf tlon. production through a serle. of Nelson county farmer.. County Ag- lnrlua.'iK w,,nnrw u , d ..r r,v maturltv and breed and ent C. U Hill report. Farm ao- .Pet, .bou fl .tan , . CBacllB,lM .hould be counting, which I to be one of tha- oiilbrak' a.ir- fe: I Mil ?,) .ilM. v: I II I I L ' one eleven cigarettes M V- " K I'll ... V 1 iftree ... Friendly ' Gentlemen liafe to StutYcurlhstj 'Wt have for years catered to tie cigarette saiokartof Aasrici. Wkh this esaartsaca. we creetsd One tlsvea -111" "Made to Sail Year Tf,"f the world's tares yestsst cigarene toksccos I TURKISH, for Atoom ' -I - VKCIMtA, for rfiMaes tBUMJtY, for MsBowasw . We assssd taes. One tlsvea the address of oar home office. . We are arbad of their .access. Have You Tried Them? Alii '"TH AVE. W iw vamn itv Man, having at last.been able to HARNESS - the rays of light let down 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. We have them from $1.50 to $3.50, Gt the Kexall Magazine FREE, at our store every Mouth. JAHES H. WILLI AriS, Hartford, Kentucky nC0 r - For ViUe ' three generatio&i women have been talking about Stella i.nT i- t-i:- it MntK.Wa rinMlial Talhnff each Vine- yt umai) umi - -j . other what Stella Vitae haa done for them, and their daugh-, ten, and their friend. Any woman may Jm ' Stell Vitoe on the poaitive guarantee that if the irt bol doean't help, th druggist wiM refund the money. Aak your druggiBt. Wkait SttmA Women Say About - M ft I II II 1 I I 7i i o' "w m ?JU LiiLSL-Os n nr ? MB. H. L. HALL, of LarkinvUle, MH8. LILIX REYNOLD 8 of Mad. IE." wtll-kaaw maNhsak who Ison, 8. C, says i"IbTS beea nunc old STELLA VITAE and nsed II Tour BTELLA VITAS with woa- Uhla family, wrlto. "BTELLA ierful rasnlta. ft U Ihe laost woa- VITA haa proved to be tha best derfol diciaa for woasea that I liwnTB. wife has ever ased hare eT.r ased. I want aU aay X-towZ"." Wead. to try BTELLA VITAS." TUJLCm C0 CtAttinwegt, Twa., U.S. A. J IToxr sale J3T J-rc. ju. jd. jjaj.xN , CZ3C"I HARTFORD, KENTVCKY. , lieiFORD HERALD. QIILY $1.50 THE YEAB - tZtlV'UZZM --rar.