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November 2.1, 1922 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert V. Spence. Farm Demonstrator and Special SCHOOL AND AGRKTUTRAl. FAIR. NOV, 1922. SOUTHERN MADISON COt'NTY, RF.RF.A Schools Contributing. Public School, Berea $10.00 Robtown 2,0l) Wallarrton 6,P0 KinRston 200 $19.03 Junior Cub Contribution Loyal Workers $6 03 Our Prize Winner 60J Willir Worker of Dixie H.. B.0' Rlue Lirk 20J Silver Creek 6 00 Lone Star Workers 6.00 $28.00 Communities Contributing Silver Creek Com. Club $5 00 KinfTFtoi Com. Club Whites Station Com. Club... 10.00 Scaffold Cane S-01 I23.0U Rerea Ore anlzaliona Contributing Woman's Club p-ocreia Club 10.00 Roy Scout 2.00 Methodist rhurch 8X0 Bcrca National Bank 10.00 142.00 Kiwanis Club cdvertised and -old tickets for Fa-mers' Plav. proc-eds ftninir to S.hool and Agricultural Fair $2n-0 I"(Vvidun contributions 2.25 Totil re e:pts $M0?-, Total expenses $."00.25 Number of Exhibits by Commun'ties This does i"t Include the thleti: irtercsts except 1st and 2nd. Kington Whites Station ?f Todd Wa'lacrton S;lver Creek Bi$r Hill 11 Hickory Pla'n 1W Berea 2 ,1 Upper Scaffold Cane Scaffold Cane 65 Conway Dreyfus 2 ' Blue Lick H Speedwe'l 29 Coy'e '0 R"ndstone 3 Wild e 1 Total 814 Checks have been mai'ed to all whi won first and se-o"d premiums. j There will be another Afrricultu-rl Fair next ye.ir. Get ready. Start now. I to be vaccinated. If interested li using the vaccine, write you county pr. t for further Information. It iv impractical to vaccinate flock of fewer than 100 birds. Monthly Report Don't fo-getlo copy your Novem ber egg record on one of the frar.U post cards at d mail the first of Da cemler to yojr county agent. ScnJ yr-ur card in whether your hens lay well or not JUNIOR CLUB3 I We want a Junior Agricultural ' Club in eve-y school district or at 1 least one for every three district!. 'For example, Davis Branch, Royhl Cak. and Disputants are all unitim in pi e club with Clear Creek chun h as headquarters. Wa!nut drove, Scaffold Cane, and Pleasant n ill are .uniting, with Scaffold Cane as head j quarters, meeting at Scaffold Care Friday afternoon for organization, nt Clear Creek Friday night. W-''e rnn-v agont for supplies to organize e'.ub. HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by the Home Ecoromics Department of Berea College Conway, Ky.j Nov. 7, 1922 Dear Mr. Speme: There are twenty-six boys and girls in my school and community who wi:h to become members of the Ju nior Agricultural Club. Please rend me the enrollment cards, for we wish to organize out club as soon as possible. Respectfully, Eva R. Cummins, Teacher, Conway School Orlando, Ky., Nov. 13, 1"2 Mr. R. F. Spence, Rerea, Ky. Dear Mr. Spence: Our Junior Agricultural Club m -t at the Cove schoo'house for the pur pose of electing our oiTlcers for next year. Our officers f re as follows: Presi dent, Grace Riddle; Vice President. Rusell Tullixk; SecreU-y, Jessi Johnson; Treasurer, W'.nnie Parrett. Yours truly, Glenna Johnson, Club Memlier THANKSGIVING Altho Thatksgiv ng does corns hu i pee year and hrlngs w.tn il ne spirit of joy and bounty, it does not ,iiitn ext-avasance. Deep down n her Irart, every housewife la givin.r thanks for Thanksgiving became it is a day on wh'ch the can display her hnsp tality. Yet let us remember that hospitality does not attempt to give what it does not have. This is the one time of the year the house wife wants to make her dinner as at tractive as possible. Not to havo turkey and all that goes with it at Thanksgiving time would greatly d a tu b, If not upset, many households. However, it is possible to have very attractive ard really nice dinners- dinners for which one could be truly thankful with rot too much strain en the family funds and rush on the part f the housewife. W th Tharksgiving just around the, comer, mother has already begun t ): I Ian fo- her dinner and Granny is I starching th-u her own home-made it hooks for her particular re-p?s for pumpkin pie, sauces, and othrr riMxl things. If any of them are mis aid Bnd cannot be found, perhaps some of the following could be used: Fi rt, let us see what we shall have ' r iliner. If one happen not to have raised turkeys, why not euhsti ute a capon "roasted to a turn," a Saked ham, or a rich chicken p'e. If a foul Is ch-scn, a good drefsing and a smooth, brown gravy should ac company it. Since the relish which Is served w;th the meat is often the making o' the meal, great care shou'd be used in selecting It. Ordinarily crnn berries form th's dish, but if a pork or lamb roast is re-ved, apples may l used to a better advantage. Then, there are many vegetables which are to be had and which can be made into such appetizing dishe that they might rightfully grace th" table. Either sweet or Irish potato POULTRY POINTERS FOR NOVEMBER i It is now time to dispore of all su-plus stock and put the birds in wirter quarters. Male birds tor next spring breeders should be pur j chased now to insure a good selec tion, j Roup and Chicken Pox These two diseares. which are usii-' ally found associated, are the most common direaes fourd among adult fowls in Kentucky. These disease ve-y often start at this time of the year and continue thruiut the winter, keeping the c-tr-p-odiKtioi down anl lower;"? tho pr' Tit from tre fio-'j. In nnrv cnc the trouble Is caused by damp houses, over-crowding or lack rf vcntl'it'nn. Faeh bird sh 'ild be allowed fn" sqinre feet nf f-. spare if thev are confined, a' d never lecs tni th'e- find a hi'f fe-t 'nd any rireoms'anres. For ventilation it is a good ru! to allow o-e souir1 foot ef ou'h frnt nnenintj to ei h 10 birds. If you v''- h to roT'd-l yur hniso'- fo nvo'd those t-nn' l.-, write to venr county ai'Ct for Fx terrion Circular 107 on "Housing Farm Poultry." I'rr troritrr"" t nil s'ck b!-ds should be removed from the flvk and Cop-pe- ?iil-bnt, at the rate of ri"( ouiri to 10 ral'ims fif wnte', Bhoold be kent in the Hr'nki'iu wn'er. AIst five IT. to benltbv nrnenrinf birds for 3 davi. Fo- individual treatme't clean th- b!rds nostrils tboro'y by washing with bike-warm salt Wat-'- n"d fien dip the bead in fame. Apply kero sere in the nostrils w'th a modiHrc d-opper or feather. If chicken pox scabs are found on the eon'h or canke" In the mouth, the scabs should be removed and burred and the soren pa'nted with tincture of Iodine. Potassium permanganate, which U rerommewe'ed In the calendar, is a good remedy, but sirce It loses its strength so rspidly, cooper sulphate is econ-n-ere'ed 'n Its place. The Vete-lnnry Department of the College of Agriculture, Lexintrton, Ky., has worked with vaccines f r these d'seasesj. They have fouM that the rerults of vacclration are .satit factory when the vaccine Is pr pared front material collected from the Infected birds out of the flock SA II w 3 Eig Advance HOLIDAY Entire line of home furnishings including our splendid lines of Bed Room Suits, Dining Room Suits, Parlor Suits, Davanette Suits, Odd Davanettes. Library Tables, Rocking Chairs, Dining Room Chairs, Breakfast Room Suits, Dining Room Tables, Trunks, Traveling Bags, Bed Springs, Mat tresses, Rugs, Floor Coverings, Kitchen Cabinets, Cook Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Pianos, Organs, etc. We find that we are overstocked considrrahly on several lines and must sell them regard less ol the price in order to make room for.tlie new Holiday Stock which is he'inning to arrive. We must have room in order to display this new stock, and even though we miM sacrifice the present big stock of house furnishings, we take our losses willingly. You will be able to make a saving of anywhere from one-third to one-half on the furni ture thrown into this Mammoth Advance Sa'e. Price tags will be laced on every piece of furniture in our house, enabling you to see what a tremendous reduction we are making. Sale Starts Saturday, November 25, 1922 Closes Court Day, Monday, December 4 Our store will be closed aU d.,y Friday, Nov mber 24II1, in ord r to give our sales force time to mark the low pi ices and arr.m- the stuck suit.il.lv fi-r one of the bigge-t sa'es ever con ducted at our Richmond and Irvine stuns. livery article will be sold ju-4 as adeil'iM'd. Come and Pay Us a Visit During This Sale. You Will See One of the Largest Stocks of Furniture, Stoves, and Floor Coverings Ever Put on Sale in Madison County We have a number of good ti-d pi. mus that will be sold as low as v), ?7(,. sv' . S if K.t)( 1, 1 25 .'. Organs S15 ', SJti. 00, 1-25.00. We have about thirty-five go"d 11-ed cok stoves that have been taken in on Maj.-stic stoves in the lust thirty .lavs lhat we mu-t st II regardless of juice in order to make room lor a car load o. Maj.-siics that are coming in. Some of them will sell as low as S5.00. We carry the biggest line of Holiday Goods in Madison County. You will be able to select any gift from our stock, including the smallest article to the Victrola or I'iano. If it is only a rocki; g chair you will be able to make a big saving during this sale. We are g )ing to look for you. We will have jilenty of sales force to take care oi everybody. We will pay the railroad or bus fare of anyone who comes a distance of fifty miles or less and make's a purchase of $25.00 or more. Money Erotlieirs Richmond Irvine rroquettR, hiked or ratloprd corn, i tu (Ted onion, creamed peas, ra-rots creamed with rhecae, and cabbaga, re'rry, end tomatoea lined either taw In xalmlft or rooked In the many way. ri are In.lispenaahle. They art the rhmrn ThankuRivlnn dessert. Th f pumpkin pie, of course, lead them all. The mince pie, I'm not ro aura hclonpr to the Thai Itsfrlvlnir feaat, hut rathe to Christmas. Then ap ple pii of all kinds are always irood. The thoughtful and thrifty house wife will have plenty of eweet cider for her dinrer. Whether ynu roast, hake, or broil the turkey, cook it fo th-ee quarter) of the time on Its breast. This per mits the hrnt to rook the hnavieit part of the him slow'y as the bony rnrt of the bird rerel:s the intense host. Roast Tarkey Rub ent:re surface with salt, and spread breast, loirs, and winps with a mixture nf ne third cup of butter and o-e fourth cup of flour crenmed together. Pr?dre the bo'tom of the pan with flour. PlarA n hit oven, and when flour on turkey begins to b-own, reduce heat and baste every fifteen minutes nrtil bak'nir Is fin ishrd, which will take about three hours, t'se one half cup of butter mclti'd In one half cup of boiling water fr bnstinir. After th"e ! used haste with the fat in the pan Pour wa'er in the pan from time to time to prevent burning.' Fillinci A Thc-e a-e many fi'lina that can be ired for th. turkey. Th s mui.it ; tri ad fiiifTipir is a very (rood one vil one thnt rsin be varied by the addl ,t;rn of sofisnn'ntrs. ff t'e 'n'f hrrsd from wh'h only the brown rri't is cut. (If corn bro i l d wlicit b-rad a-e use I In '. ciiii! i'.irt, the reu't will be bet trr. rtrrnk into small pieces anj ! pour over it bike warm milk, (water ', mnv e iisrdt. l-t stand un'il well roftctied, the squrere as drv as poa sibb. Tut iito howt, (luff It up , with a fo-k and add one hilf tea" spoonful of pepper, one-half tea ponfii! nf inri', one teispoonful of 'rait a d one-half cup of melted but ' ter. Hi nt wdl topother. Do not let lita'd lonir ti-fore rookirir. ! Saiisii-e Ft iffinp. Ad 1 one quar ter pou"d of rail' ape to moit bread slulT tip, nrd omit the butter. I ryt.r Ptuffinir. Add either one I run nf fnsh or one half cup nf can- r e, ry'ers, whi h have beei finely I chopped. rvi,.ry Stuffinir. Add to the moist ntr;r , r rn 0f fir-ply fut celery v.hii h has been parboiled. Anple Pie 2 c. app'e rulp - c.-irs c. supnr 1 tb-p. butter 1 tlsp. cornstarch 1 tomon Stew t't apples and put thru s'eve. Add the butter t the apple puln whi'e hot. boat vo'k nf rgun rd sip'nr toi'p'h'T. add them and the rrnt"d ri-d and juice nf the lemon to tho np;le. St i- in the cn-istsrch, blended with a Vttle col I water. I-ss'lv, fo'd in the stiflv t esten reg wh'tos. Ft at e in pastry lined pan f r oi e balf b' nr. I'um'kin Tie Snnreme l' c. stTmel pumpkin "i c. Iirono .-llnf 1 t;p. rin;inon 1 t- p. p-ri-ui d tfinfrcr silt '! i-")'s --. r', b r.i'k ! t' . I, utt,.r 1 r. vtii' pid r-pin Vn- li j l ii 'h-il a 'eve, 'iM' ir. ,'. lei'en ei v 1' s. ' . ':e until I !.. .' I ' re.) , ! ini-l'e ! utter. - i : 1 1 -' v end mid it i" vt eitrn : i f i-n. Pi'iir into n bike, I tit, n'd ro'i! f'm-vI" nrt'it mix i we' I i'f. I,"t c ' I When i, -., I,- ., c,.rv. Lent nil Oe wh oped '"ini utv 1 iT' v. wee'er. t taste w'th powilcred su 'nr. Ilo on top t f io. f'lnherry JvVy ' " e. rra t erries 1 ' c. Vllter I ? 0 o. xeliitin 1 c. sui'ir 'A tsn. lemon ure r.x.k crnnbernes In water until tender. Hub th-u a sieve. Soak pel :tii, in o-p hilf cup nf s"ii'e. I!eat !the reiiiniri"!? snure to bo;linir P'dnt, j find p ui- noon (he pelatin. Add thj it""' i"(! ' on jiiieo. Turn into a j mo'd and chill. This nvjr'it rUn be used as a ailad if mi-lie I in individunl molls. Turn the 'i-'iy onto a crisn lettuce leaf. Fprii kle with chonped ee'e'V "id nuts. Ad I a rpnonful of dressing oa top of this. .T I ,.. . C ,it,. I ie r 1 1 ' re Adt n'il'. Pure Rslig'on. Pure religion iiml undented before (nI and the Kutlier la this. t visit the widow and the futlierleMi In their miction, and to keep himself unspot ted from the world. Juuie !:'-!.