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Kansas Farmer and Mail and Breeze from Topeka, Kansas • Page 25

Topeka, Kansas
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KANSAS FARMER 1 I Modern Farming in Kansas J1' r.KM" in k. i After assisting his wife wiih the family washing until about 10 o'clock in the morninu. he went to the hog pens to water the hogs. Mrs. Coffey, failing to understand his long continued absence, wont to investigate and after searching for some time found him lying unconscious in the hog pen.

The pigs had bitieti his making three ugly gashes on the right side and his right ear had been bitten olT It is believed that he had stumbled and struck his head on the brick wall of Lvon Counlv Wool Growers Received Cents a Pound for Their Product in 1922 U.J A nog- 'i 'He buildings and then the attm ked him. la i T. His Chickens Well to make the gang of robbers who are running this luisinos come down off their high horse. Fvery man who can orcibly get his supply of fuel troni "the creeks and hills should take great pleasure at this time in doing so. 'em keep their high priced cool perhaps they like its society.

Stauth of Dud-v Ciiv- nnwi. iarncss on Vatirtlarccs VV trmt ynf whorrvrr vni live Only ti.bOdown. Yny tho rrsl monthly. Wriia for ttiy hrmn book. lnrn nil ahoiif this fmirnvl m.Oil- Itiflnl hrntw conntrnrdon thi re la wear or strum.

olj fitwlnuuwl bui ki dent of the Ford Counlv Fa rin' 11 urea made in from his flock of chickens, which averaged about hens. Mr. stauth is a staunch believer in diversified farming. He thinks that 4-. csiem Kansas needs more chi mucus.

crops JUL cows and hogs nil sure feed and le. wheat. Till Farmers' I'niou folks are reporting some mighty interesting and valuable meetings over the Mate. This organization has a bored tin- storm of the recent ogrn I ural di in good condition. A good example of their annual county meetings is that in Ilrown county, held recently, at which about 7." fanners were present tlie Union has done especially good work in that county.

W. I I.ainliertson, former Kepuhlican candidate for governor, was elected president of the local organization Arnold Moer, ice-president Clyde oyer, secretary: Arthur Ilubhart, treasurer; ancl ViII in Ilimmn, organizer. More Dairying at Fulton There has been a groat growth in dairying at Fulton, in Ilourbon county. In seven years the industry has grown from seven herds to more than in this community, some of which are purebreds. About 1 (Ml 10 gallon cans of milk a day are now being; shipped to Fnt Olil-Tn lithpr pr(v1nsM TOyouni mm.

Now known fhwii(ihmit Am.Ttm fir ll pr.iniuriMNl Ol.lTun tinrnMiii la m.i hv a who vvt rf at. fnim the raw-hida to tha connl'tril hnrnrtta. Write for Free Dooli riowfi ami rmr pajniMtit ellr aoJ Ui kJtl- ln oiitl to-moLol hurnria, UAOSON Dept. 2371 Ith ItrMt and Marahall Chlcyo. I $100,000 From Poultry Products Meade county farmers sold about 510.000 worth of turkeys in Chickens and eggs increased the total return from poultry to more than for the year.

The poultry business is developing in a very cii-couroging way in Meade is expected that the returns will bo much higher in p.rj.1'. (i rover Lee Kegisters Ai ion Grover I.m an Ayrshire breeder living south of Fratt. is remodeling his barn and looking it over into a modern dairy barn, lie is putting" in stanchions for 4() liead, including calves. 1 It-is milking 12 head now. The fall is the time to have your calves come.

Your butterfat usually hits the high mark, and the cows take rest while you harvest your wheat." he said. Where Modern Homes Prevail There are homes lighted in a modern way in Franklin, Timberhill and Scott townships in Jiourhon county, not far from Ft. Scott. We might remark in -Kissing that in" the highly developed dairy districts, such as the Fort Scott community, you can always find many modern homos. Thirty-two of these homes are lighted by natural gas: three with electricity.

These townships also have power washing machines, nnd Timberhill township alone has running water in lit! homes. 1 -WJW Wi a. in ii nn Kansas City is a day won1 the retail milk dealers at last about J(i. eai being shipped. lvfduccs llursal l'lnlargoments.

Thickened, Swollen Tissues, Curbs, Pilled Tendons, Soreness from Ilruias or Strain; tops Spavin Lamenej, allays pain. Does not blister, remove the bair or lay up the horse. 50 a bottle Co-operation Among Farmers Titer1 is considerable opportunity for direct dealing of one farmers' organization with another in Kansas w'lich very likely will increase. For example, the Franklin County Farm Ilureau last spring purchased .0 bushels of'alfalfa seed from the Ford County Farm Ilureau, and bushels more from the. I'awneo Farm The results were encouraging; tin; Fronklin folks intend to make this a permanent policy.

at diMgpists or delivered. Dook 1 free. AUSOKWNE, for mankind an antiseptic liniment for bruisew, cuti, wounds, strains, painful, swollen veins or glands. It heals and oothe. fl.2S a bottle at druggists or postpaid.

Will tell you mora if you write. Made in the S. A. by W.F.YOUNG. Invest Safely and Profitably In these days when every dollar counts and when so many "investment" schemes are directed at the farmer, the problem of investing surplus funds is really imiM.rtant.

I believe that I have solved that problem for the readers of Knnsas Farmer Mail Hreeze. This investment is lxioked by L'S years of success in a business which has grown to he one of the strongest concerns in tho Midwest, and in fact, the largest business of its kind in the world. Further conservative, expansion and additional equipment are the motives for obtaining additional capital nt this time. Amounts of $100 or more are solicited. The rate of Interest ia 7 per cent iwiyable semi-annually with the prlTilogo of withdrawing any or all of the investment at any time, upon .10 days' notice.

I can unqualifiedly recommend this investment, and believe It as safe as a government bond. A letter to nie will bring you promptly further information. Arthur Capper, Topekn, Kan Caught a Live Eagle A real live golden eagle is the zoo curiosity owned by Illund, a Orocnleaf uian. The eagle has a wing spread of 7 feet and wan captured at Oreenleaf recently in a freezing rain and sleet storm, which rendered the large bird almost helpless. Mr.

llland has it in a pen of netting in the yard and it is attracting a great deal of attention. TT" 1 ON Ftl.4.Ei Jim lhin Ns Mr- if I fsiic.farmalii Ins an I i.aiitit anil 1 1 a 9 Was Attacked by Hogs Lime Paid on Alfalfa 11. C. Shade of Ottawa says the vise of lime on all'olfa has increased his yields per cent. Frank of Princeton reports that it doubled the yield of this legume on his farm.

Kobhins of Ottawa, county agent of Franklin county, believes that 'there will be a big increase in the use of lime in this county- next year, due to the favorable results obtained by Jennings ami Mr. Shade and others who have tried it." mra 1 -mw- Chris Coffey tim of a nitir of Axtell was the vic-fatal tragedy recently. loartmM 4) oh if 'Tl Oar Special 15 Day Offer lie l)roe Cattle to Wichita A. l'agonkopf of Kingman county herd K. drove from ca use of 271 head of cattle to Wichita recently he- fa rni a bis he unable to set cars to was ship them in.

The (ri was made in four days ami the cattle wire in good condition when I hey arrived, considering the long trip. Mr. l'agcnkopf went ahead of the herd every day and Daily and Sunday 7 Issues a Week f0 From Now Until July 1, 1923 I at arranged for Jt place to stop at night. This is tho lorgest herd of cattle to have been taken overland to market from that county for many years. Don't Forget Ear in ami Home The program for Farm and Home AVeek, February to at the Kansas State Agriciilturo! College, will be the i best er offered.

Special attention! will be given to agricultural economics I The election over The neonlo hove their clioiee November of 20- A )( Our they want 1o represent Slate Legislators meet liieni inNiitional as well as State affairs. 'Hie G7th Congress convened in special session in ti ami the in 1 if every attend. probable outlook for farming It wonhl be an excellent Idea farmer his family would i We know villi will i'omiomi nun, mi wui ne me juosi in i resi i ii jj National as Well as Stale legislation ot vital importance to all will be up or l.eejisiators tliat has ever assembled lot' discussion and enacted int but oit as a loyal cifien and taxpayer will want to keep ported and know just, Mitt nave chosen to how those Daily and iepres'Ul you are talking1 and voting. that will keep you as accurately informed as tlie Topekn Official State paper of Kansas. There is no paper Sunday Capital, The miulity pleasant and profitable week if you go.

Where Co -operation Really I'aid Wool pooled by the l.y,.n County i Crower- Association' hist spring I brought more thou cents a according to llock, secretary-' treasurer of the VN I The To pek a Daily Capital, Topeka, Kansas Mail Your Check tributing final paynn nts. More me the 'I opeka Daily aiolo-ed find I Sunday t'apl for which send 1, 1 I an iiil to July obi. pounds oi wool was ays. bringing vo It Now Last a price- lor wool was about eents. Merc Wd for EuI Nn me rts Use This Coupon Offer Not Good in City of Topeka 1 from oef Kansas ind of 1 ca-lt in that a far I'm 1 js a i i.

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