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Tn Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Dec 2J. 1 922
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DAIRY COW IS LARGE
FACTOR IN OKLAHOMA
Twt-YMtr-OM StNre Prevt tt
t MNt Satrtfaeltry.
Cream Stations, Creameries and
Plants Tell Story.
Home and Furnishings
On Account of Cattle Tick Sued Da.
vtlopmtnt Was Formtrly Impot
tible Pttt Eradicated From
43,255 Squart Milts.
Feedlrtf Linseed Meal and Clever or
Alfalfa In Addition Is Becom
mended Full Feeding of Corn
la Nat Favor A.
Kiperlmcnlal work by llio Univer
sity of MIotirl College of Agrlcul
turo linn shown-
Tlint highly satisfactory liecf rnn
Im produced from two-yeurold flww
by feeding the corn n silage, together
nllli llneed meal and clover or nl
fulfil linjr, InMend of hill feeding on
tllelled or far corn.
That tho rlrt of feed nnl tin pre
itilum on heavily fat caKle during tlm
lnt Ave jrar lia nut warranted full
feeding over Innit itIoi1, when utile,
which nr two yearn or more- ot age
That ono acre, yielding 40 bushel
of rum. or elzht (on of sllnge. If fed
a line, together with 1,7X1 iioiind
of lind oil meal nml LM" wiinn
r aA aaW
L. r V -aw
km aSr v
Head of a Purebred Hertford Helftr.
of alfalfa hay. would prepare fur mar
Vet 23 trer. or wouhl produce under
the forrpdng circumstance MA
ound of href ami II .A MmniN of I
imrk, h cowparrd with U.hi steer
prepare! for market hy an nrrv of
corn, feil a ihellcd corn (full feed!
ami silage together with .TGS.2 poun.U
of Unseed meal and SIM pound of
alfalfa Imy, or which produced ISM.fl
tound of beef and tlia pound of
That the rrk produced behind rat
tie eating a ration of corn silage, lin
seed tnral and bay It a negligible
Ttiat It I pn.ilMe to change catt.e
from com silage to dry feed, but thai
the Increased cvt of grain frequently
make It Inadt (table.
ThaTa ratlou of com kllnge. ami al
falfa hay, produced a gnln of 2';
pound er day fur the tlrt l tin)
of a feeding period, on (wi-jear-old
That a ration of corn silage, al
falfa hay and llnveed meal with (he
patt five yenni' prices, produced gain
at about two-third tn three-fourth
of the cot per pound a the cot
when full fed on ktiellrd or ear com.
That It." ettenklve uc of ullage
without ahelied or ear mm lnvolte
the Invratment of lea capital lu feed,
decreanei the com of gulnt and the
necmaury margin, rviluced the hax
anl of cattle feeding, ermlta of a
largrr volume of limine and enable
the average fanner to participate In
the enterprUe. It doe not produce
uch a high flnUh nor uch large
MALE BIRDS INCREASE EGGS
Selection of Cocktralt to B Uttd In
Brttdlng Ptna It of Qrtau
The lino of in a If from heavy laying
line upon good ttnniK hem that are
fair layer will Incrcate priHluctlvlty
In a flock tn u comparatlrely abort
time. Heavy laylnir la an InlierKed
chnrarterltlr, hut It It Inherited from
the male line rather than from the
female, line according to high author
Ity. The aelectlou of the malea to be
lined In tho breeding pena In, thereforej
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oi liiu lirvnievt iuiriiniiv ii nit? ir
aulta n n to be obtained.
Having decided to change my residence, I will offer at public auction my present home on
Lexington street and Maple avenue
FRIDAY, DEC. 22nd
AT TEN A. M.
This residence is the most complete and handsomest in the city of Lancaster, situated on the
West side of Lexington street, the lot being 1G8 feet frontage and running back about 237 feet.
The house which is a two story frame building, practically as good as new and contains ten rooms,
upper and lower halls, bathroom, trunk rooms, with enclosed back porch, furnace heated, with
large roomy cellar, and one of the best built houses in the city and in the best of repair Hot and
cold water throughout the building, with modern electric fixtures in all parts of the building.
Outbuildings consist of a handsome garage, large enough for two cars, also two story meat
house and laundry house. Elaborately equipped with shrubbery, roses, vines and shade trees
and some nice fruit trees. Concrete payment running on both Lexington and Maple avenue.
Nothing could be spent on this home to make it any more complete.
F XT R 2hT X S H H" NT ,G- S
At the same time I will sell the handsome furnishings in this home consisting in part as
ONE HANDSOME PIANO and PLAYER; one Parlor Set; One Oriental Rug; Seven Large
Rugs and 15 Small Rugs.
HANDSOME MAHOGANY DINING ROOM SET, consisting of One Table; One Buffet;
Six Dining Chairs, Two Host Chairs, One China Closet, Tea Wagon and Serving Table.
BREAKFAST ROOM SET, as follows: One Table, 6 Chairs, China Closet, Serving Table,
Large Mantle Mirror, Nice lot of Chinaware; Sideboard, One Sewing Machine, Eureka Sweeper;
Console Table, Hat Rack, Telephone Stand and Hall Mirror.
LIBRARY SET, consisting of Book Case, Davenport, Library Table, Writing Desk, Edison
(irafonola, Fish Stand and Globe.
FIBRE GOODS: Table, Fern Box, Magazine Rack; Two Chairs, Couch and Wardrobe
BED ROOM FURNISHINGS: Three Brass Beds, with Springs and Matrices; One Feather
Bed; Three Dressers; Hat Rack; Two Stands; Writing Table; Chifferobe and 3 Fiber Rockers.
Two Jardaniers and Stand; Check Protector; One Hall Tree; Medicine Cabinet and Re
frigerator. KITCHEN UTENSILS: One Majestic Range, in good condition; 1 Four Burner Oil Stove;
White Enamel Kitchen Cabinet; Lot of Cooking Utensils and Linoleum; Lot of Can Fruit and
ONE SEVEN PASSENGER NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE.
ONE SET OF OLD HICKORY FURNITURE, consisting of Swing and Three Chairs.
TERMS of the sale of the home will be liberal and announced that day.
TERMS of PERSONALTY: $25.00 and under that amount cash in hand, over that sum a
negotiable note due in three months, bearing interest from January 1st, 1923.
Possession of property will be given at once or January 1st, 1923. .
Those desiring to look over same may call Dr. Printus Walker, Phone 317.
RECOMMEND ACID PHOSPHATE
Mkttrlal Actt at Prtttrvatlva In
Clucking Big Lota of Nitro
gtn From Manure.
After conducting a norluii of expert
inentt, thn New York experiment ta
tloti la recommendlni; tho u of arid
phoaphate n a manure. preervntva
Acid phoiphate not only check. th
lot of nitrogen from the immure, hut
materially Incrennea It fertlllier vab
uo by aupplylug the plant food In which
It la deficient.
IMPROVING SOIL IN HUMUS
Mora Vttabla Matttr Will Impor
tant on Many Farm Turn Kin.
dtr All Rubblah.
Kvery effort that can be afforded
ouicbt to bo put forth to Improve tni
toll for next' yara crope. More
table matter In the M will be Im
portant on many farau. Turn undei
vrredt, atalkl tad rufeblth and othcj
material to bapm your aoll ta h
Capt. Am Bourne, Auct.
Mr. John Klnnalrd haa been pin,
tcrinjr at Crab Orchard.
Mr, Irn Well apent Thurtday and
Friday with Mr. Marlon Welle.
Itev Itaac filled his regular ap
pointment at Level Green Sunday.
Mr. and Mr. W. M. Creech vliited
Mr. and Mm. Jenning Motler Sat
Mr. and Mm. W, M. Creech were
dinner KUctt of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Davla, Jr., Sunday.
Mr .and Mr. Homer Hyland and
Mr. John Klnnalrd vUltcd Mr. and
Mrs. Marrion Well Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Robinson
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Crit
Robinson Saturday and Sunday.
It takes a fool to ask questions that
a wise man cannot answer.
Mr. Ivan VanWinkle ia back in
school after n brief illness.
Mrs. James Led ford has fcturned
from a visit to relative In Harlan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tudor and Miss
Fuye Ward motored to Lexington
to hear Mary Gordon.
Mr. lien Dunn and Misses Jennie
Hiirpin and Callio Itoid motored to
Danville Inst Saturday.
The Mnme school Rave a Tnckey
party to the parents and friends of
the school on last Friday night.
Mr, OtU Gooch and Misses Maggie
Miller and Flora Cotrell spent last
Saturday and Sunday in Danville.
Mrs. W. A. Ramsey is much im
proved after a serious illness, and is
planning to spend the winter in tho
Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Tudor and fam
ily accompanied by Miss Lavcrne
Chandler spent Saturday in Rich
mond. Major Holmes and son, James, who
have been confined to their homo for
some time are reported to be much
Mr. Jewell Wallace and a friend
were seen hunting near Manse a few
days ugo. We think they were look
Injr for quull.
Mr. Walter Dyche, who has been
very ill and liuvlnir undergone an
operation, is very much Improved.
He is at the home of his aunt, Mrs.
Messrs. Harry Frances, Saufley
Hughes and J. C. Tudor were bird
hunting Wednesday and brought in
almost as many birds as the law
News from Mrs. A. T. Bowling,
who ia in Aihevllle, N. C, gives has
friends consolation and hopes of her
recovery. Wo will all be glad to
welcome her back home.
Mr. C. H. Ledford has a new boss
In the form of a little lady by the
name of Jennie Slavin Ledford, tho
namesake of Mrs. Jennie Slavin, of
The Parcnt-leacher's Association
had their regular monthly meeting
at Mrs. Jack Hester's the first Satur
day in December for an all-day meet
ing which was very much enjoyed hy
all present, especially the splendid
dinner. The work done by the moth
ers was very satisfactory and the
Manse teachers are very proud of
their association The next meeting
will be held at the home of Mrs. Will
Marshbanks and the two quilts now
under way will be quilted and. other
plans put on foot for the betterment
of tha school and community.
(Frttrt! br lh I'allril (( D,prtml
A recent limp of Okliihomn Indl
rating by iimrks of various shapes the
locution of cream stations, Ice cream
factories, crenmorle. patnurltlng
plant, mid combination plants, shows
the thi.ry cow now a n big factor In
tho pro'perlty of the state. Formerly,
on account of the cattle tick, such u
development of dairying was lmiol
hie, hut the nntUIck nctlvltle of the
stntf nnd the Inlted State. Depart-
Thttt Cows Arc Healthy and Make
ment of Agriculture for the punt six
or Heveu yeur hnve resulted In the
eradication of the pent from 4Z12X
Mpiure mile, or nbout IK) per cent of
the Infested territory.
A a result of thce Mrlde In eradi
cation the figure on dairy production
tdiow I urge totulu, anil In 1021 milk and
butter were Imiwrted product. Dur
ing that year f.lKKVO." raunds of but
ter fut In the form of syur cream wus
PJCod.Uledt selling for n little more than
K(XX,000, nnd OXti.Ti.' pound of but
ter, valqed at $3,2W,000, More tljST
10,rtXMiO iKMind of sweet milk uai
bought (or making Ice cream. Pasteur
izing plants reported handling lEV-tll,-033
Hiund of milk. The figures are
from report received from 1M cream
eries, 44 Ice creum plunts, and 30
combination ptanta operating In Okla
homn or Jut outxlcle It tiorders and
buying from Oklahoma farmers.
FARMERS MUST AVOID WASTE
Increasing Price of Land, Fet4 and La
bor Make It Advisable to Use
With the Increasing price of land
feed, and the higher coat of labor. It It
becoming necessary that the farmer
eliminate, as far as possible, any waste.
He mutt make use of alt the by-products
of hjj business much the some ai
iTii manufacturer docs. Cora Is pro
duced In practically every section of
the country, primarily for the grain,
nnd frequently the stover Is disre
Properly cured stover I relished by
live stock, hut that which Is left In the
open during disagreeable weather Is
fur from being putatahle or nourish
ing. Stover protected from the time It
Is cut In the field 1 n valuable feed
for young stock, Idle horses, and cat
tle that ore being carried over the win
,eI 5. ejap ration. "
The best way to handle corn stovet
Is by means of the shredder. This
method makes It poMlhlo to get It tn
the barn before the feeding qualities
have been Injured by the weather
Knough room should nlwaya bo re
served In the bam lo accommodate a
good supply of stover. Hay may b
safely stacked out, but It Is unsafe ta
try to stack shredded stover. Cure
must be taken to give the corn ample
tlmo to cure beforo It Is shredded, for
It may heat In the mow and become
worthless through subsequent mold
FEEDING PULLETS FOR EGGS
Ovtrfst Fowl Is Not Satisfactory
Layer and Will Eventually
Become a Drone.
In feeding n lot of pullets heavily
for egg production, should any indi
vidual become overfat and threaten to
break down, It Is n good plan to take
her out of thn general pen and feed
her more lightly. In fact, It may be a
good warning that you are feeding all
of them too heavily and should slow
up a little. Ilemember that an overfat
pullet makes no better a layer than
an overfat hen. She will become "a
drone In her class.
TO REDUCE FERTILIZER BILL
Much Money Can Be 8avd on Farms
Where Live Stock la Kept by
Caring for Manure.
Oik farms where there are live)
stock and most farms should hare
live stock It Is possible to eliminate)
much of the fertilizer bill, for the
immure from the animals. If take
rare of, Is rich 1st these) eleataUa
which make plants grow and predttesi
food fop mui and betuj t.