POOR FARM CROP OF POTATOES IS UNUSUALLY LARGE Supt. Mvers and Messrs Adam , ' -Maugherman and Ixrnnic of the carawas-co. Infirmary board were In in Coshocton Wednesday looking Coshocton infinnnry and making r*^.arrangements for the care of a , rled couple living in this county Ironies are In Tuscurawas co. Bob Greer of the local Infirmary board piloted the Tuscarawas paity over Coshocton's poor farm. The vis- itors were highly intcresed In the "work that Is buing done. They ""pllmenteil the local hoard especially '-"on. its big field of potatoes which covers several acres. i'"'The hay crop at the farm was considerably by the high water as was the corn and fodder. There he only about 15 or 20 tous of hay. About a third of a Â«rop of and a half a crop of fodder was dei,- , stvoyed by the water backing up the low land. It will mean the buy- ing of feed during the winter by county. Insist Carrier. on receipt from your Age Phono uny Irrcjnilnrltv to liv::.