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, 1 ' r" 'I " f$ ) ' ' H t A I it t r$v,- jmp rr. . At MP V f " iu nttoDil pmsinti HAILfeWO aisawMed on the creen). iiw S JS 4WDWtnNI. VBMIOMOTNT agRKneOgUAUK mmi"-" SiyifcBMt1irbrwirffeiW'Jtlll Wi ik l,! N W, PbtrWOW " a.mI.HBKI BHIV 'W AT TABB THEATRE Thanksgiving Day Matinee and Night FARrVKRS SHOW HOW TO SAVE the manure produced on their farms MANURE AND BUILD UP LAND on tobacco. Many ot the dcmonstra Scores of pointers on building up tors reported that they used the ma 'farmf lands b.y saving manure and terlul on all their crops. A common using It right are being brought out ' practice among the dairymen who rah by demonstrations that Kentucky , demonstrations was to feed grain and farriers are putting on In co-operation milk 'heir cows hi stanchions, after wltbi the College of Agriculture, ac- ard turning them Into sheds that ordidg to IL K. Stephenson, soils 'were well bedded, specialist of the college. The dem- Paul Paris, a dairyman in Crltten onstrdtlons aro the start of a definite don county, who keeps 20 cows, kept Move Ito, cut down heav la tfab millions WM Manure produced inN Nineteen farmers whoVf stratlpns on their farms 1 reported that they saved an t 1,500 pounds of manurotjeA' h-orn each 1,000 pounds of uWiuiS n their farms. Only about hafci!or the farmers who ran demonstrations wed bedding, with the result that the other nine were not ablo to save the Hqufd part of the manure. Only one of the 19 farmers spread the manure as fast as It was produced, the other 18 storing it in sheds until they could haul it to their fields. On an average, the 19 farmers put tfee manure on their fields at tho rate f about five tons to the acre. Five f the 19 used most of the manuro for orn while six others used most oft nljfai&a Jik..uian twmtiim my MlmMMtr mwmi a 'iJ5tfiaW.lfi ? Yi lire in a 12 by 16-foot shed ibznb). The shed which eteyWAand was walled fid a lNff feet high,, took t material while the work (ltwas done by Mr. Paris, iat the fertility snvprl hv fi iW ' lac "Shed will pay for the cost of it In a short time. D. It. Kelley, Fayette county, who has 40 cows, built a shed costing $110, which he expected to pay or in three years by the fertility that he saves. ENGRAVED GREETING CARDS Now Is the tlmo to place your order for engraved greeting cards. We havo a beautiful line of samples and advise placing orders at once. Prices are the lowest in several years. THE ADVO CATE PUBLISHING CO. (9-tf) COMMUNITY MARKETS INFLUENCE GARDENS Tiie community market in Spar tannburg county, South Carolina, or ganlxed by the local homo demonstra tion club of farm women, has caused an 'entire. change In garden manage ment there. Larger and year-round gardens are being planted, with flow ers as well as vegetables, for many flowers are sold at tho market. Last spring an Easter market day was fea tured, with a community program, to stimulate Interest In extension actlv ltloa and the establishment of a real community market. On this one day rural women, It has been reported to the United S'tates Departmenl of Ag riculture, sold 369.93 worth of pro duce at tho market, and as a result later succoeded In having a perma nent market house built by the -city council. Market days are now held every Wednesday and Saturday. Community markets are being pro moted by the marketing committees ot local organizations, preferably the county councils of farm women, work ing with extension agents. Produc tion campaigns that are doing a great deal to promote Intelligent production are being carried on. Everywhere more attention is being paid to grad ing. Tho variety and numbor of pro ducts are Increasing in direct ratio to the demand. The arrangement In the market house is more attractive and the methods of disposing of the products more busineslike. Efforts are being made to make tho women selfrellant and to enable them to es tablish themselves independently. The sales through the 23 commun ity markets of the state last year amounted to $61,996:32. Included with this total aro the sales of butter, poul try products cooked products, flow ers and other home-made articles, which havo been sold co-operatively through the community market com mission. The sales from tho 26 com munity markets so far this year, ex clusive of the sale of butter, amount to $42,889.64. Even If the skirts are longer this year than last year, the late Anthony Comstock would still be highly shock ed ifhe should come back to earth. New hats at Walsh's. Painting and Paper Hanging Nice line of samples In wall paper. Can save you money. Work guar anteed. Phone No. 732. WALTER DUNN The Louisville Store Winter Modes at Winning PriGes Additions to your winter wardrobe can' be made at mod erate cost from varied selections of new apparel 100 -well-known line C. B. Corsets, $1.98 values, at, each .$ .98 Ladies' Wool Hose, per pair 98 Large size Wool Nap Blankets, per pair ..s '2.98 Full size Comforts, each 2.48 Columbia brand Window Shades, each 50 Ladies' Fleece-Lined Hose, per pair , 25 Ladies' Winter Weight Union Suits 89 One lot Boys' and Girls' Union Suits, each '. w 39 Heavy yard-wide Brown Cotton, per yard 12y2 Baby Blankets, each ......., 59 CUT PRICES IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT S. M. NEWMEYER Order Your Christmas Studebaker Now! si )k BH In order to have a Studebaker Light-Six Sedan at the door when the family comes downstairs Christmas morning, you should place your order now. The Sedan is the ideal gift because it will provide happiness for all the family all the year and the years to come. The sturdybody of theLight-Sbt Sedan, like the chassis, is built in Studebaker plants. It is constructed to give long, sat isfactory service. Only the finest materials are used. Craftsmanship is unexcelled. It is cradled on long, strong, semi-ell iptk springs. The nine-inch seat cushions, up holstered in mohair velvet plushi arc rest fid, THe heater,, cowl ventilator and the wide window, asaongmanyotherfeaturw, add to its year-round comfort and utility. The reliability ofthe Studebaker Light Six Sedan has been proved in the hands of thousands of enthusiastic owners. It is strictly a quality car. Its low price of $1550 is possible only because of complete manufacture in one of the most "modern and complete automobile plants in the world. This means the elimination of middlemen's profits, and the savings are passed on to you. And back of the beauty and dependa-bilityoftheLight-Sixandits completeness, its advanced design and precise workman ship, is the Studebaker name, which after 70 years enjoys public confidence ana respect more than ever. HW. Wjtday dock. Thief-proof traatmiiaioa lock. Cowl ventilator. Sid coach lamp.. Rain 2S S 4W11 . ImW IocM three door and outside lock on rUht.hfcjd front door. BtfcroHer-ourtaia.' Four doorstitattwwi wide open. DomeHgbt. Mohair vdvet pluih uphoUury. MODELS AND PRICES f. o. b. factories UQHT-SIX SPKCLAXrSDC I DIQSIX 5-pas.. 1H W. i. 40 HP C-Pass., 119' W B. 50: HP 7-Pass., 12C W. 13., 60 HP Touring $ 975 Touring S1275 Touring . 11750 Roadster (3-Paas.).. 975 Roadster (2-Pai)... 1250 Speedster (4-Pass.). 1835 Coupe-Roadoter Roadster (4-Pase)... 1275 Coupe (4-Pass.) .... 2400 (2-Paw.)' IMS Coujw (4!P&m.) .... 1876 Coupe (5-Pass.) .... 25G0 Sedan .' vm 'frtttoB .: 2050 Sedan (Special) ... 2750 Nort-8kl4 Cofd Tlrea, Front an4 Rear, Standard" Equipment ' Montgomery Motor Company r. r r a ixu;b'i.b,akir y e a r COTTONTAIL RABBITS GOOD GAME, BAD FOR ORCHARDS hi spite of their good qualities as food and game, cottontail rabbits In mnuy localities become a great nui sance to orchards and farm crops, and control measures aro necessary to prevent their Increase. In addi tion to the natural checks effected by diseases and predatory animal ene mies, the usual ways of preventing abnormal increases in their numbers, according to. the biological survey of the United States Department of Agri culture, are by huntlnp truDplng. fencing or poisoning. In many states east of the Missis sippi rabbits are protected as game, and the close season for them must bo observed. The gamo laws for 1922 issued by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture as farmers' bulle tin 1288, shows tho requirements In each state. In ijomo states rabbits may be taken with dog, trap or snare at any time, but must not be shot during the close season. In a numbor of states having a close season for rabbits the laws permit farmers and fruit growers to destroy tho animals to protect their crops or trees. Poisoned baits can bo used to keep down the numbers of rabblta where domestic animals , can be prevented from gaining access to tho poison. Shooting for sport and using for meat, however, Is preferable and will usual ly hold the animals In check. Rabbit proof fences can bo profitably built when the area to be protected is not too large. Various washes distasteful to rabbits aro recommended for use on tree trunks, as well as different mechanical contrivances to keep the hungry animals from eating the bark and glrdlug tho treos. Feeding rab bits in winter with winter prunlugs of apple treos or corn, cabbage or tur nips has been practiced successfully In some orchards, on tho theory that it Is cheaper to feed them than to fight them. IF IT FITS It Is getting so a newspaper reader just has to keep a card Index of the names of the ladles who have shot their husbands or lovers so as not to get them mixed up. We suppose as long as the juries are willing to acquit them for murder the ladies will not worry over a little thing like the lack of chivalry among the men who won't get up to give them seats In public places. Probably mere is no Job a married man hates worse than being routed out of a nice warm bed on a cold night to hunt for burglars his wife Is sure she's heard In tho house. If there are no burglars It Is useless anyway and -4t there aro he wants to bo where he can get his head un der tho covers. Nothing takes the joy out of a wo man's life quicker than seeing a wo man who Isn't In herclass wearing a hat just like hers. A French woman who recently died used her coffin as a dining room table for nearly 50 years before she had a chance to put it to Its proper use. Our guess is if she had served more lobster salads and American pies on it she would not havo had to wait so long. Those movements to control the stork does not Interest us. We would rathor see them teach folks how to control their cars. It isn't the births that aro worrying the country, but the deaths. Be careful how you use pointed re marks or you may wound the feelings of our best friends. If more ouug people would spend their time figuring out whether they havo enough love to last through a lifetime instead of whether they havo enough money to marry and sport the latest model ear a lot of divorce law yers would bo applying for jobs on tho street cleaning department. Bright lights -in the business world do not always shine in society, how ever. The troublo with having old friends run Into you taeso days is that It too often means a trip to tho hospital. The old-time horso trader thought ho was some class when it came to stretching the truth, but the dealer In used cars mukes him look like the I worst kind of an amateur. Sam Hill in Cincinnati Enquirer. "Come down from off that turning bar," called little Johnnie Spratt; "my tender conscience it will mar to see you skin that cat1" Cleveland Plain Dealer. JOHNWHITE&CO., minium p. hv. : 77" R&resu Liberal aaaortmenl $Pf'& run vaiuo paut Raw Furs 'Srsetss. UK5WM Li 'r-"?LaC"I yfeiXSeWSr" flPTX Wo will handle only personal en graved greeting cards this season as wo find stock cards do not appeal to our trade. We have a beautiful lino of sauiples and advise an early selec tion. Advocato Publishing Co. (9tf) A princess believes that tho hero always marries tho girl. But a mar ried woman knows that oftener the villain marries the girls It tke nevla oetosy kep o. tho wild wwrt will gt its MHMitattoa bfc Modernize Your Home MR. FARMER! You can't live in the city, but you can have city conveni ences with a DELCO LIGHT PLANT and a DELCO WATER SYSTEM Phone or write us for demonstration or service. Winchester Electric Supply Co. AUTHORIZED DEALERS Phme 730. WtachMtor, Ky. LVPT'