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- 1 , j . ' ON DISPLAY IK A FEW DAYS, The biggest and best line of Holiday Goods ever shown in Ohio County. You will find in our stock a useful gift suitable for every member of the family. . " v Let Us Help Select Your Xmas Gifts - Tell us who you want it for. We'll show you what you want. BEAVER DAM DRUG CO. The Nyal Store, , BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. ' FARM EXTRACTS INFORMATION- FROM THE EXFE KIMENT STATION AGRICUL TURAL PAPERS AND THE COUNTY AGENT S OFFICE December Is liest Month To .Stmij Farm lluslm-ss December is the best time tli s year for the farmer to Btudy h.s busi ness, according to W. D. NicholU, head of the farm economics depart ment of the College of Agriculture At that time the main Held work lJ over, the yield, quality and market are price of the farm products are known themselves and after that buy more equipment and gradually make the apiary bigger. A few colonies man ured right can be made a paying at the College of Agriculture say. campaign has been put on In the how "good feed and the right kind of Many farmers and growers make tho state, the acreage of such crops has mistakes of putting oft the spraying made a substantial increase; - and then getting alarmed because In 14 of the 18 counties, farmers the leaves on their peach trees curl have started demonstrations involv- care help hens lay more eggs in win- ' Steady progress Is being made in is too late to ing close to 19,000 acres of rye the campaign to wipe out tubercu i alone to show their neighbors' how : Iosis in Lewis county cattle herds, up and drop after it stop the disease. Leaves infested with the disease fields can be protected from wash-: County Agent R. O. Bate says. Thirty become swollen, distorted and curl- ing during the winter. This rye not ; days work in the campaign recently ed and finally drop off soon after only will prevent soil erosion and j resulted In 237 farmers listing 1,209 they unfold in tht spring. This takes leaching losses on the various farms cattle to be tested for the disease. the tree and finally but also will furnish fall, inter and I - good j HARDING NAMES IR- Investment, considering the amount the life out of of money and time expended on causes the fruit to drop. The di- spring pasture and maHc a thtnt. seasc is checked by spraying the residue to plow under for green VIN COBB MAJOR Fall feeding and wintering of bees trees at this time of tho year with manuring purposes, thereby putting1 ' given special attention in the a lime sulphur solution made by us- humus into the sou. Barley also nasj new mm, nov. m. irvin a. new circular which points out that ing one part of commercial lime proved popular as a cover crop, sev- couo, autnor, traveler, correspona lack of enough food, no winter pro-.8ulphur to eight of water. en counties reporting demonstrations ent, playwright, humorist, after din- few vomit- bees to involving 2,300 acres. Barley, like ner speaker, ciuDraan, lecturer ana unci 1 1. lnnc iiInhtH and weather at .i ,.t ihu vU;,y nr, mirh that lecuuii " i"" ' "I there Is limited time for field work. through the winter are the three TmlkllK (iom, Tw i)uyH; Hens I-a.V This cives the farmer a good chance . ,l,...tn.r h, ii iii-.t thi! vear to make """ i., ,i where winters are iuhb unit oeveic, to looli nil Invoice of mistakes and successes big causes for losses that season. In beekeeping , In sections! the rye, will protect the soil, furnish i erstwhile reporter, has been made a t 1 f m ! main in 4 i n llf 1 1 f t a In a1 1 1 aan a a Keif1 1J8 ' gmaiUK uuu iu maiiy tascn waive a 'jv. .u na ..,. iutoui6cut.o Animal protein, fed to liens either Brain crop that can be harvested Division of the Officers' Reserve as in tho form of - ta'nkage. Hour skim- next spring. , j a reward for his work abroad dur- a Farmers in nine counties oi tne tug ma war. . egg state are putting on demonstrations! The appointment was made by oh- this winter to show the value of president Harding ana came as a i . i ,,. ixlntu. . . . . . . .... nriinunn rlrtvai- fls n pnvar cron. This surprise to Mr. Cobb. The cause of , , .. ,.i , f,.v ii.a tune co iiny liiioiim fu mm ure ........ Hinp(j rinrlitK tne year just past uy - r ""I he 1 a es lr BU " ad with plenty of stores and some kind Volard. a Henderson county crop makes a good winter legume.tbe surprise wa, that he has been a yt'a " V w ?! of protection from the cold. L' " Jug nearCorydon. Mr.jbut In ;many cases farmers havecolcnelthreetin.es and he has no fori. i Mr Vii-hnlU HIIVM. .pV,..."..r..tit i.. la.1 wlil be de- f il'M'-r i" beekeeping, the teiinintU to a larBfc extent by and plan ahead for the coming year. sometimes the case in Kentucky m,lk or 8eml.80nd buttermilk, is The lead pencil used during the win- "" 'en rood rearing has been Wg Uem , keelnK Ute winter es ter mom hi to htmly the farm bum- suspended for several mouths, the ,mHket fuU m.cordlng t0 results ol equipment necessary for the be- Howard, along with 46 other farm-J found It hard to get a stand of It uniform to fit the rank of major. He kind of through the winter, knew of the appointment three days IF IT IS MONEY You need call or write me. Jf you have the collateral, I can help you,. .for I loan money on Improved land at a very low rate of interest, on easy terms. M. T. PARKS, 46tf Hartford, Ky. OHIO COUNT DIRECTORY care and planning and work for the year fr iilaii their work at this time the vear uiid then see to It that -y, their plans work out in the next 12 ..... i thnt wnuld en i Ue- -- crg gcauereu over me omioi " j- . - , , , . lt . . . . ,he bees to get. a suggested outfit for rompIoted the records which he kept Four hundred sixty acres of-it are before the public and has been in . i ..,.1...... I .... 1 f imui in .... . . It.. 1 )1 r vrnwn 111 I MM ilt-MIll)UHIIH.IIlJIIH. iLtuoui luuuu n iiu uulcu anuiuK liiaK tl.nuuiiL that U used In "eginuers, utu uuhmi, ..-.i. on n 8 farm nock tor tne year in co - thoum.l mat u ,.,i- nw ... m. n.nv. -... ,nL Farmers in eight counties have ers getting bid for a new uniform ik-ueuuiius ' '" u .v. . tmn..rHnn nndr to how The malor admits he looks like ai Successful farm- auie-iranie nive, me imi ia sion of tll college OI Agricuuure --- : of good queens, thn loction ot tne apt- tQ Hnow tne value ot recommended l surplus honey and the general ...,.,,.,. )n fading and taking care" crop. Tney are growing juu acres .v " "" managenient of Dees are dealt wun , hen8 Bl,ng without tankage two oi tuis ciop. , ei.tu - Uee .... ,. -I,llaw,i his flock niore reliable than sweet clover Dut pointmeni wnnoui naving nau pro- la niiiking the farm pay. "More farmers each year Rye and vetch commonly are is not bo. The major says he fought, tM Battle ot Paris and led in seve-demonstra- al retreats from bar to bar. His gs designed to bo ot "nlrd h,Kh8t producing one out of lions involving 3,300 acres of win- friends are planning to give the ma p to the beekeoper. The JJl 47 Uo year ending Nov. i, ter oats while alfalfa and sweet or a big feast, and he is now tra'n- IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW - I.. .11 l t rw. nuu f I' 1 1 i 1 U ! llttn . . 1 . . . . t ... 1 111 Ill'lUll 111 L11C IIU" -I,,.. Inut IT Tl 11 fl TV f'HllKHIl TZt . ot honey and the Whe Leghorns to lay 320,the price of seed Is almost proh.bl- v.ous military experience but tbta v. - i .. r i. niu.k uin olv. .... .i i.ij tlva uw u tare ui nw ; iqw v 6"".pcm ie8a that month than iney lam are eu attciXon in the nw publication. (the previoua month, according to one grown together. .. . i.,... ..i,. ..fti .... - spvpn counties renort - . . i IT U KM 'f 1 II I H 1 1 1 K 1 II II 111 llt'l Ul IIU LUIUD m kl annnrl J Hlfl II 111 K W UN LllO . HUU !-" mo !" " .i i. .i,.. r rUrm iL-nrk and drawln uru inruuKii mo " - .... . . . T1f ini I IimJ drouths market variations and other r.ti.iK me "rUl e oI JB1 eggs uunug . ----- - - t 10 . . ,,...., rJ LexIitRion. and asking for Circular' nlho protect the soil on thousands of ac- i.nie.y o...a. . ....... - uh started hU rec- res this winter although this crop add to these records .. using a No. 69. , v; f " 8 Minple system to record the receipts lords with H7 htns In his nock ann alreadv have reported on. Bring to Hartford Hom and expenditures of the farm busi- T.eaei..K llrecd!.. Ewes VMs Down ended the year with 71 hens, kept a t.es that already hae njorw M. nng ami expniuiiuM ui ... .., ... , nu tim ni-ransro of cover crons seeded are . n- s.i.h records used in contiec-. Wonn Twuimi mash made ot uran, suo.is. --- ... .. , .. .h... ,.. o. i. in h.on. nd tankaae before his birds .Mauon lion wun tne iiivemui iw.ii oiuiiiui u ui,u, ... i .... nreckinridee -.i - f..rn..r are making earu everv flock of sheen in Kentucky, at all times. They also were given Lawrence. urecKinri eg e. year help the fanner make a coin- iiniiually cause a heavy loss to farm- a grain feed of corn and wheat s.iulv oi .lie farm busims. ers an,! breeders' M the s.at.i, accorq- tor tne reco.u, -u - - H women' only knew th, cause- - - .. , i . ..i i.. - Minnma. ne auueu oui i " 1U one represeuia-j Allen, Jackson. Grayson, Hard to do housework with an Morgan,- aching back. Af- Owsley. Union, Jefferson, Harlan, wrings you nours ui misery ai records had been, running' Calloway. Fleming, Meade, Camp-leisure or at work 'Scores of bor, in vurious crops were us, it 111 l OIl!iec OFFICIAL v CIRCUIT COURT Convenes first Monday In March,. Mar find Jlllv? third Mnnrlnv In September and fourth Monday la November: Each term continues 12 Juridical daya. Jndgn Qenrga H Wllsnn nAni. Coni'th. Attorney Glover H. Cary r Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. , Master Commissioner B. H. Ellis.. Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlcheuor.. COUNTY COURT Convenes first Monday In each month: Judge R. R. Wedding. County Atfy. Otto C. Martin. Clerk Guy Ranney. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies:! Mack Cook, Iris Render, George P. Jones. Jailer Nathaniel Hudson. QUARTERLY COURT Judge R. R. Wedding. Convenes first' Monday in each. month. , FISCAL COURT Convenes Tuesday after first Mon- April and October, the County, Judge presiding. 1st. District J. P. McCoy, Hart ford. 2nd. District W. C. Knott, Center town. 8rd. District Q. D. Brown, Sim mons. 4th. District J. R. MumhT. Fords-- Tille. Sth. District Sam H. Holbrooky Hartford. R. F. D. No. 4. Sth. District Mack Martin, Nar rows, R. F. D. No. 2. j 7th. District J. Walter Taylor, Bea ver Dam, R. F.D. No. 3. BOARD OF EDUCATION farmers are going ing to I J. noncner, in cnargo ui iur tnat j ... . ... . i. - .. 1 1 f hiu Bmn ieea. iu uno huh.vm i t,i v. ( . nAM r,nm failh-r and cliarging tne cos.s o. sueep o.k av ... w. ... - vonr h ., ,.,,., AnA olll0 Scws FruIll Over nl'"c' ' ' aterlals and other Items to tho culture. Farmers can take a uig live u.o..,u - - Kentucky' weak kidneys. and stock that they step at tills time of the year to wipe a total oi pouuu. , . - .'. "'Twould sav much needless woe. . . a 1 r. 1 R T E n.Minlj Af I'flll 1 1 PV 1' 11 1 1 1 II II UOillUUlIl.lCll.ivua . . , . . .-. M Hon with. This out this trouble by treating their pounas oi v -- ------- - - - ,.. Doans Kidney rills are lor wea ouper.nie-uent oirs. i. o. .mason - Convenes first Monday in every month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. 0. C. Kentucky hw. 1S7K n,.n of Poultry culling demonstrations i. . .. i et t. ...... r,i nf h.. A tht fall in McL,ean couuiy uy . . . helns them deleriiiine wilh reaHona- piegnaiit ewos with copper sulphate, honilny neaus ...... '""""" F d d th kidneys. ' ' ... " . .. ..... .tv ..rolit of i f er are free of worms before the tankage In making up his mash. The County Agent R. "-ford and the wh(lt B Hartford cltlien . . " v.HKes. such i ,,, comes, the chances same month he fed a total ot seven extension division ot tne ...... - . and ex-offlclal Secretary-Treasurer. acua , . n ed not be exact. O, oI lhe lainin getting worms are eon-' bushel, of corn and 2S5 pounds of, Agriculture jeipea core u A. Owen, Chairman. Hartford, R. tauulu ions it hi,ieraUy lessened. I wheat. Although the tankage was farmers in that section of the sta e f m8 F. D. No. 6. ,he ...he. huu V' ,l h''1 r '' .. ,. . f this feed for only two get rid of the poor layers In their , t , ,J w. R. Car8on. vlce chairman. Hart- jitude .roiiuiiiy , buiunuu ,,. , . t. MB D1.oduclion tt0,kis. m one month a total ot 37 . ... tIm. a..' ford. B. F. D. No. S. curacy to bo practical, ."any - pua.e. com. ...... y 'v A'A S20. egg. be- tlocks were culled to sh3w farmers ,. .. ,,,,,r..l lur.ners also are tii.U.i.g mat ono. u the U,st one to use ... uo-l- u, - . lirnlll!,lt blltk huw to distinguish between the good " .fc " wk Rnd l The solution Is inudo lore tne ".- "-".--"".- .... a ,o.. f 1.488 " . .V7. t Into l-iylng after tne tankage uu jiuo. na(1 Kpen or a:ilines, l uuic. a.a birds were handled, 521 of thee . . dreadfui hi adaches. The farm prouucis, urn h,iiiui ... ... Inir u Htmly of HiH farm business. : lining this to three gallons, amount Is enough to doso 100 ewes, chicks in lull (Til M anri Hi- all th time. bothered me, "at uinuiey, tentenown, it. r . u. ..iki u.'i'i.tinl riMi;iiis, bliiii'.iiig what lug tho ewes. I. ,n ni-fiilucK crous and oilier y dissolving one-fourth of a pound UT "l"," . iur. ...i - - .... .... .. ....,. frm l.ln relected as CUllS. . ...,,, VMnov. w.o Irregular i , r i,.,iiln water and then dl-i Like many oiuer Bu?.-. - ..... - huii.hua hlH - - Bni t una Inat n nnrvous and run This poultrymeu. i.r. .. ,, to ' " I '.VZ.' t n Incubator ana uroous ocruu uriuw, aown 1 couia noi uo iujiuiih. Muity Ken tick) l!e. keepei- Make Living; From Honey VlihouKh hecki'cpiliB U8lially . . ,.n ltni'VuuuIlM pnillltV . . Tim., .tn, f am ... ... .....i... . mi nnv nroooer. tnero- johe .is --wv used uoau'B riuuoi -" treating ewes tne, hiou,,, j - - ' , , County Agent R. F. Suence i0 thankful for the nlM obtalned. off tJtheulght before and by keep ng n.s FourDurocJer.eyboars.su, CIinl.ot DraUo Doan., enough. tuk. U as a Kldellne. ttt-re are bee- then drenched the following morning o u y. .o. .. . ,or Hampshire rams and seven rooster. Tney pi.8ctlcally cured me at that keepers in ...any parts of Kentucky alter which th.y should be kept up h" "'"J many 0th are the most recent addition, to tiZ. I am taking Doan'. Kidney nod living by giving for from six to eigm uou.. .o. .r. ln foodlnl, nurebre(, 8tck already on the farms. ,. ,or m ilk, attack, and am con- h ewe Is about three er pracc. - . . . .na , the aA . .. aud care of hens ' so mat mey ... u.. - fUa a . M .. ... imM ta-ll art - i I 1 Ja. A.a 1 cdunty to get farmer, to turn from goc. at all dealer. Foster-Mil-mrub and mongrel - to purebred burn Co., Mfr.., Buffalo, N. Y. - Have Hoil Ou ThousunO. -tock , -Advertisement.) . Of Acbp. - Reports already received from 1 Seventy Henderson county arm- .JQUJ ftf JHg HEAD' salt, dissolved ln counties ot the .tale Indicate tnai er. ana tneir wives u.. , BCllt. attack 0f Nut Ciutk coudition, they drench of epsom t'over Crops I who make Mil h..lr time to the production of The dose for ear , ...llnir to a revised clrcu-'aud a half ounce, or 'seven table 'h,i..,i -WMneiita of Hoekeep- spoonsful. In case the ewes are In a Uy more eggs, ing," which has Just come off the badly rundown ..--.La m tho College of Agriculture should he given a and which Is being sut out free to salt, about 24 hours after the copper, Interested persons. Any locality suipnute ireaimeuw vud-.u.v- v. ...... CtirinllliT. K ardenina- or fruit a pouud ot the growing U followed 1 adapted to the water 1. euough for each ewe, keeping of bee. Tne niouuiatn . .. i ., i ..I tlous of tne "'"' ' , .,v ,.,, lands, according to th- College of Agriculture. They Quickly throush the Blood on th. Mu ... Kk-olnK becuuse f the wild On-hard Men Suggest Kentucky farm lanas, accoM. u cou. urfa.. buildln. up th. By.t?i. ,v. w - fnrHt tree. ' This Is the time of the year to R. B. Stephenson, .oil. specialist u win iobu and rn.kln. you lm hdi w -coia - "ur P..u. t spr?y pi c trei. with lime L.phur L Col.eg. of Agriculture. Despite according to recommended practice. ,0! U, rlrcular points out. j on h M()cott1 Bd r-cor(Jl( 0 tb- nuln. y Hi Ik; the bee. p., tor peaU leaf curl, orchard .pet.al.t. ywr in hlch a. .ntens.ve cover crop her of egg. they get in order to .how tTu. Hartford Herald, f IJ th. year thla winter Will .tOD .oil their flock, in the winter egg laylug Thos ubj.ol to frequent W vu.c. . - aenerally In a "run aown nnmuun. wuhi, ,nd the leaching away of project bylng conducted over the HALL'S catarrh mbdicinb to a v . . L .... . ,I.I.Iam if Traalment imaiatlliH of an o.nimeni, w .h- at .ta are aood place. Kni-ay Now For 1'twh U-ar-mrl, plant fooa on tuou.auu. vi w. .i.v- - b, ,,,, lor,,y, and a Tonlo. wtiit-n j.-w No. 1. Otl. Steven., Beaver Dam. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. v v Enauii-atlotis For Common School Diplomas Fourth Friday and Saturday la January, and Second Friday and Sat urday ln May. Held ln Fordsvllle, rtfavnp T.11 m anil l-fflrtfnrd a For Teacher.' Certificate-. Third Friday and Saturday In May, June and September. Except notice 1 given to the contrary the latter ax- 1 .. ... . 1 j . tt..i,..j au.iuai.on. arv ueiu iu ntiuuiU) BOARD OF DRAINAGE v COMMISSIONERS ' . B. T. Barnett, Hartford. President V. C, Kocker,, Beaver Dam, R. F. D. No. I. sad J. A. Bellamy. Whltee flll. R. f. ,D. No. I. : ' OTHKll OFFICERS Tas CoinmltmloiM-A R. . F. Keown rordavllle. Treasurer C. O. Hunter. Surveyor C. S. Moiley, Fordsvllle. Repreeent Aive Ira Job... WblU COIOUlca