The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 23, 1934 · Page 5
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 5

Paris, Texas
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Monday, July 23, 1934
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FARM NEWS OF Col Imty Agent Sap%s Winter ops Needed ••• IN FARMER'S • Planted Grain Crops l Improved Perman- eie<** A* Pastures Suggested ,. !»» ^^^ «!»» •'* ty, ac: count} droutl P Ian *ed grain crops for Pasture and improved per- pastures are seen as the .means of o-.'ercomfnsr an im*** feed shortage tn the coun- — cordfng to A. L. Edmiaston. / a «em- With continued! doing: extensive damage to ' _ feed CMCK rops of tJle county, Mr. Ed- isiasto, ^ said Monday the ceusty Fail cut kind AU winter diiions such snlflcient probably be „ belo-w normal. Planted yraiu, including wheat, oats and rye will } good grazing through the months when farmers and fc producers wil! ue«d some ; ' rougrhage to supplement, '~ ration. , rain, intended for \ sraziasr should be planted' In the fail as weather coa- j t permit. When planted I I* crcpa often Jail to make 1 "**" sro-wth to permit graz- ' la.» such •*•* crcpa often Jail to make; sufficient 3-T' sro-wth to permit graz- j f f f » iny antll iS'Tate in the tvinter. During! fg&fTf'f' mft Hl'V* fh-» latter part o? September !s a j -*v-**C. •HIJU.** Stood rimy JT£ to plant small grain 1 ***. ** crop, 3rown OR "" *° ' More Cotton Being Grown By JShinesej Crop In Brazil Also Is Re-j ported Increased Tnia i Year j An increase of from 5 to 10 p«r-1 ceBt in this year's cotton «cre*s4 i in China is expected, says Arricul- | rural Commissioner Ow*»n ~L. Datv- • S"^?sr5' a 4ssssl Economic^ Last year 6,025,000 f j acres were planted and the crop! ' '^taled 2,584,000 bales. | The "increase will be ss for cotton in those FARMERS DODGE TRUCK STRIKE (A*»ociat*d Prets Photo) • ected to a fasri * year, but the. late by the extreme heat and ' Stood rimy Jte to plant small grain i crops foi J3C winter pasture if there! i* sslfict^BJ? 11 * moisture In the soil. I ILexsd iAJ^o t>* planted in smajl \ be -well prepared and j tillable condition before to b* acre depends upon the and the kind of crop 1 tsr*» by ««, other of permanent pas- su Finding That Plants Unable to x Grain Sometimes Store Extra Food Value In Stems Leaves and Cobs During Hot Days producers conaJderabl rlr clovers, and g • — S»* »SS€S ^V^iXl i — «"••"• •" ~ •--**--^-iutfc •.C^-^VA .m and Uvesiock f S^rde<2 by the farmer as yo cut tiie cost of feed * Jc*s- A >«.-,* rr-s,,^—*•:— ^ A cornfield, stricken by- ^^^ ana drocth so that normal pollination Is prevented, need not be re- ;V throcgh the late fall] *Ba e»rijf _; spring monthsL Bur clover plair^ted early in the fall •wilt ftrrnia- =b excellent scaring: In la,te T«r!n£er c or early spring. ~ A|- t all o-'^-her varieties of clover also °2>« planted in the faJL ?"i£ll infom lation as to the adapted kinds of ,.pasture plants may be cbtalafed af£ th« county agent's of- rtce. • " • Si —.a total c^s. A bot wind—the terror of the corn grower, particularly in the no grain in which "to pack it awav ,hey put if i n th e barren cobs and* tn e plant stems. SEurSSfi St ^Z^cS^i orable weather, however has *o~c- i &- cUe conversion of some planted '' SrS^Slr Z ° ° ther Cr ^ =°! any material increases"!?pr^j in Manchuria this year. Tins years cotton crop In Brazil expected to total 830,000 b~*— * with -JOS.OOD bales to B et their produce «rea.(A«ociited Press ^^ —— *• ^->^.fc «.^'<i_ u 4«iA «^V j.^1 f f^ hotter and drier areas of*the Corj CHILD \fl€TIM OF ACCIDENT BURIED ^ elt —aiay blstst the pollen of the ( corn plants acd prevent the for- .•natJOR of ^rrain. and yet the corn fi*2ds may yield much of value- as fe-£d for Hx-esioe*. Arfnur M, Br«r,son. an agronoaii?; £13 t^g I METHODIST PASTOR HAS 5O-MILE i -Norris. t0n specialist l n BrazIL A i production lor the five year* .^3 was 505,000 bales a Coctots ginned in Sao of ceres' cr«?ps and diseases, bureau of plant indusirv, vrorfcins J .n cooperation with the' Kansas A^ricultaral Experiment stat-on. has shown that though. such com raay produce little or! no grain, it is. in the form of si!- { a^e or stover, pound for pound, i >? the only in the j- jaliey from Tuskahoma -- i i the Arkansas line, a d is estimated at ^ 5 compared with 160 n Iast year 501 - ------ «. ^wsuc-iiu^ Oi iJU | foHowJngr. retirement of -h» I The '• » a. Rice ^ pille Va .j .i^a-ve u u? :Ies Rev,. ^, ,^^ •"• ""* 1 - r T <=*«IT?1 3Ir. Bucy has been aliened to ' ~ Proach at Pine Vallev" fcT6c " x.iursday uigrht. Other place conducts s Xorthw es^errt lil - of professors who :» years or more at university, Urging Early Pecan Work Authorities Say Budding Should Be Done Early *"" "Kris Summer GUt cf th « j Sepons from various sections o^ - .he county Indicate there -rill O e a^ : - f aryed growers to bad ss- have y pecan grro^rers ,rho are cut- bacK their older trees !0uca:n=: them ^ ith varieties whicS ^t ° et f r ^^*d to the cliznal: ° f Ehis a ^ ea a crop with . rh« iiicoir.pleze pollination o^ COOPERl—Funeral service was > = ' 3 - n - ;s one of the hazards con-" here*, Sunday for Harold | 'ranting: showers In the Great Ijlord Brevier, four year old son j £* Jj ^s area. Higrh temperature cf I^oy<S Brewer of Kit. who was i Croionsr*d drouth? or both may .'kiU«3 Satcrd&y morning wher. thej^-fi '^a* tass«] an d kill the C3-T *llfl* l^ft'TVi***- 7-Tn-^** T£ *-4*^i~ «_ _.._, * Ylrt **!*»*• «-•—•.! J**.- « _. - * driving- trcck jorei The father. *<>r of J. L. Brewer j Tjr eii. will encouitTpr these of Clark community, grax-ely i n . | ercbie conditions at the criiical f lured was taken :^ a Dal-as hos- M 1 ' weririj: p*rio«3 and. as a re««-pit&l 1>ut H. il- S-?ba*tiai: of rtie ; ^""3 produce KO ^rair:. Easie Ford road. -IrJ-c-pr of the I O 5dly enougrh coTRparatively lit- track, w-as cnfcurt. | U« inforrnatjcu has been available on rh e erfec'. of interference with srrasn production upon rhe other of the corn plant. If. be- i OI poor poninatJon, the i can produce no irraln. Is it n;.? possifc]* thai the 'ood elemer.ts hlMfc-r. Jean and ! ' hat ^ I * ona * lS >" «' 0 'ed in ;jj e -swelled to s5^!braU: r So ^J^flSrv^^^lj^ 1 :^^ ^IdTo be e^uem] -° re ' |Iarg-e trees iiar ^er^r^'or^^ I ^noistcre co " " H » ihe subject. Th- :bS ? bta *!!*™ i °. r Irom P*can rr aaation OB budding- mav I tram the county ag~j" "' •s in any O f 1 Among- the maa-c- Monday f of tourists at St. Petersburg ~al" oebud-;a^rin^ the ^imer seasons ~is *S QUADRIGA PATTERNS TALJHESA . PERSONAL ITEMS ^ " Mr. and Sirs. Ms|t Cox feave retum*Ml J^rom Fori Sill, 'vh«r<a for the past six we^ 3 jjr. Cox has been attesdlcu: be Re-serve i Officers Training Cari^ ] Rev. Nelson Morri^of Stiller, '• i^each^d at WadCjnrlJJicjjurcJj <-n ! Sunday momiss: <-^'5«^-* «--afternoon ; :n**d to answer. \Vh*n droath and neat injury was confined principally to the po!S«n and not to the p'ar.t &» « -erhole. material to make th* irrairs is, manufactured by the ieavts'and stems of the plant M'pht nor thas« barren plants then contain more nutrient materia^ ordinarr-.' corn stover — the plznzs from which the ears have been removed ? Aft«r a. 2-year investigation their answer is y e *. decidedly so. Ln the results th«y have- reported. . ^ i When the set of yrain in corr. r ^r^-^Sr 1 Of !f l ** : .f ** P^v«nt«d cr reduced by <i ur...». tn^overn-1 ir.terr<?r*nce with normal BEGIN MEASUM& ACREAGE INELTA COOPBR, irtetst redaction plan has |^ n jj^. f tlon. K«n. W. II. Jones, t-oun^^^k ! & !^< announced. tw?nty-two coij*.^^. ] j men appointed for the w^'hav- ] r insr about SO f*rrns each t^ag. j ' ur*. About three or four^j.^^ " c*sts b« m-s-ayured in a, day. | Jo* U\ XViiltam*. ?O^ 3 '\AA a* I^a*Jcc Cr*^k S>egik.ji >r j c Thursday, though oTit^Lj,, '•. l*»* noi yet t>«en r^ceSr^d. fy 9 j second r»ntnJ payment wl» # ! tnado in Anxj?ii*t or S«pt*mbey. | protein :n particular and. f ext-ent, other n«tr:«p.t* t* to acramaTat* in abnormal p :on in other orjrans of t*se plant, •hi'e the proportion o* compura- .v«Jy IndSRestibJe crude tfb«r there '• reduced. Thts is especially true t cobs and Kt*m«. The co: or of tho cob is Jn£!u*nce4 i*n that of any oth*r part of the t cobs conr aSn r * Pri>tein * ' mt I Charleston, ^S i' years ag- o 4,500 books. >To TIRED OUT FROM DIVING CAM KED THEN AND Kly.. The city of Louisville, •?*ta,oli?ihed tht> J. B. Sp«" riftl of Fine Art* in memory^ Jam«A Sp<>e*i. 5rl*n«1 of Abrat Oncoln »nd attorney th* United States from 1S64 sy ir.c».« 'iftrojfen fber. and less, fat r** ««triicr than r piant» with wcH- and TIRED was * tot*l of about 95 OftO.O^tt bushel* of wn*at !n t world on August 1. 1933. T Pound for pound, sil^g, or fo<! .r from th« barren crop may ^c «!!y hf h-sher in proicin md ne^riy ** hlyh in eae r that fr->m a crop wJth a fu5? *»t srrxm Stov«r from plants with •riy r :i*d held 36 c«nt No matter! Here's a delightful way to restore your flow of energy ... as now revealed by Science that amount. Arbor i*ny Day « 1-jra! holiday first wa* ob»*rv«d ,'*bra»kn on April TO, l$7r. on fron ~--»»**^ij ^i3iT'tf trun^n fo uo <! thai, as a fctl lh« acre yield of fodd« r ^« a »*d considerably wh«r« nor- j. fW«?ra*K« on ,\i'ru iv, j^ti. wn | Pouination and yraJn prodtsc |: j htch <w«Miion more than a mil- Ul*J r A.?f* v *"? ed - Wlt *» «>«« or re planted. HOME FOR SALE . xcepUons al«o th* a«r, For a !tmit«<i my for n<jte. Connot T<MTU Mink I*, only, 1 off*r Fin* Bluff Direct. cn*h or uood «on»t3«r trade*. to b« -. r ., r . TOTT>1 in samples with poorly nil. But the corn crop J.* " no t fa Hum to mmt*rl*l a«d. if mun rm tired *»'life'I smoke m Camel and soon feel like m T r»*l seU GEORGIA COtEMAN say, whenever vou need rese^-h 1 iJL ~ ~ ^ W ^^^ " get * ^ widi « Camei^ research laborato^ You ^ 5 moke Camels all yo « w«h and without concern over faoeled oerves. Camel, are made from fc»er, MO« EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS - and Bo»e«ic— than any oih« popu^ bimiMl ' ,ii .*a>?t ^gt.x^._'* Nw^g \^^4.4.~-ft'> '¥,." i»,\A'.,

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