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TlItTWDAr, SEPTKMnrn 19 1907.
3LLBUQUERQTJE EVEOTNQ CITIZEN.
SUCCESS IS IN MAKING
EVERY INCH OF SOIL
AMERICA'S MODEL FARMER
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the Kilo In opened for the feeding of
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with ixk:al. applications, a they
cannot reach the aeat of the dlaeaae.
Catarrh la a blooil or constitutional dla
eaae, and In order to cure It you must
take Internal remedloa. Hall'a Catarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, and acta direct
ly on the Mood and mucoua eurfacee.
Hall e Catarrh Cure la not a quack medi
cine. It wr preacrlhed by one of the
beat physicians In thle country for yeare
and la a regular prescription. It la
com nosed of the best tonlce known, com
bined with the beat blood purifiers, acting
directly on the mucoua aurfacea. The
perfect combination of the two Infirredl
enta la what producea auch wonderful
resulta In curing Catarrh. Bend for test
F. J. CHENEY 4 CO.. Props.,
Bold by Druggists, price 75 c.
Take Ilnll'a Family Pills for constipation.
rnrc siuk of the herd
MACHINES CUTTING SILAGE OX
North Wales, Pa., Sept. 12. I have
been asked to explain. In detail, my
system of farming through which I
have been able to make a success.
My theory. In brief, Is to force
every Inch of soil to produce Its max
imum quality and quantity of plant
life. This is brought about by the
soiling system which I have worked
out, after many years of careful ex
periment. (Starting with rye, the first and
earliest crop to be fed In the spring
time. It Is seeded the preceding fall.
In the latitude of Philadelphia, from
the 8th to the 12th of October. The
reason for fixing the date In the au
tumn Is to get a strong, sturdy blade
of rye growing from a single grain.
Seeding earlier and sowing three
fourths of a bushel to one bushel to
the acre, expecting It to "stool out,"
as the farmers gay, for growing a
crop for the next season Is found not
to be a good practice In the soiling
Jive In the spring may be cut daily
for the herd, as early as the 23d of
April, and run through an ensilage
cutter, chopping It Into length of
one-fourth ofan inch to be mixed with
hay cut In like manner.
Prom 30 to 40 pounds of green rye
cut into onerfourth Inch lengths, to
Kether with six pounds of cut hay.
two pounds of bran, one pound of
gluten, one and onehulf pounds of
linseed meal and one and one-half
of cotton seed meal these bypro
ducts mixed thoroughly together In
a dry state and then put on the cut
J. 1). DETHICll.
THE IHO KAK.H WHERE DETHICll OBTAINED KIXXMtD CHOPS IN
hay and rye again mixed thoroughly
with a fork, to which Is added one
fourth of a pound of salt Is fed In
three feeds to the dairy cow that Is
at a period of a good flow of milk.
In the soiling system, as the rye
fades in its feeding value, scarlet
clover is Introduced into the ration
gradually, until scarlet clover, mixed
with the same amount of hay and
grain as was used with the rye, Is fed
The scarlet clover, getting too old
for palatable feeding, Is lapped over
into red clover In the same system of
gradually change. After red clover,
timothy is used in the some relation,
until red clover Is discontinued and
all timothy is uwil, Next oats and
Canada field peas are used. These
lead up to the earliest planting of
corn, which has Just about set In
the ear, tassels out.
The Idea of this lapping from one
food to the other Is to prevent any
shock to the dairy cow's digestive
system, for anyone who has handled
the ruminant animals knows that the
digestive system la most easily got
ten out of order by any abrupt
change in food.
As the season of frosts always les
sens the value of feeding the corn,
bearded barley, which Is not hurt by
ordinary frosts, but rather Improved
by the early, light frosts, Is lntro
ducedw The beard on the barley
that Is not frosted has a tendency
to cause the animals to cough, but
when the beards are nipped by frost,
the rough barley beard loses Its
These various plots of soiling crops
Just a' they are taken off one after
the other, are fertilized dally by the
fresh manure removed from the gut
ter in the dairy barn, both the solid
and the liquid. Thus it Is seen when
a crop In all cut, rye. for Instance,
the ground Is covered with manure
and Is ready for the reversible aulky
plow to turn the stubble under. It
is then harrowed well and Is Reeded
to corn for soiling.
The plot of clover which has been
treated In the Rime manner, may be
followed by corn, southern cow peas
or any other crop that Hems to be
adapted to the soiling system.
When the plot of corn Is all off and
the work of manuring the ground
accomplished, the ground Is not
plowed, but Just worked with culti
vators, for all the ground Is In fine
condition from the summer cultiva
tion and Is ready to be seeded to
barley, on the fifth of August, to be
used after the first frost has made
the corn out of condition for soil
ing. Immediately before a "killing'
frost threatens, cut down all the bar
ley remaining, with a mowing ma
chine set close to the ground. At
once rake It un with a horse rake
and In Its fresh, green state, rake It
Into wlnrows and Immediately put It
Into cone-shaped cocks of about four
This Is the last crop of the season
nn,l Is finished generally on the 2fith
day of November. The neat day
AMERICAN LUMSER CO.
Two suits were filed In the district
court yesterday by Attorney K. W.
Ilobson for the American Lumber
company against two saloon keepers
Charles Jones and J. M. Montoya,
who, H 1.4 alleged, are conducting sa
loons Illegally at Thoreau and are a
nuisance and detriment to the busi
ness of the lumber company. The
plaintiff prays for an Injunction per
manently enjoining and restraining
the defendants from carrying on
their business at their present stands.
lA couple of years ago the com
pany found the detriment of sa
loons In the vicinity of Its logging
camps and the officials, with some
little difficulty, finally exterminated
The saloons causing trouble now
are at Thoreau. Workmen from the
logging camps in the mountains- go
to Thoreau on one pretense or anoth
er and usually return to camp load
ed with booze outside and In. The
Jones saloon Is frequented more by
the men than the Montoya place,
and Is considered the real evil, but
action cannot be brought against one
place and not the other.
Further Improvement Shown
In All National Forest
Washington, Sept. 12. Further
evidence of the government's concern
over the Improvement of range con
ditions In tho national forests is
shown in the announcement Just
made that stock owners will be fur
nished free of charge supplies of
vaccine for the treatment of stock
a filleted with black leg, tuberculosis
and other animal diseases. This ar
rangement has been made by the
forest service with Dr. A. I). Melvin,
chief of the bureau of animal Indus
try. Vucrliip) Kiw.
Stockmen holding permits for
grazing In the national forests will
now be furnished with an effective
niei-ns of combatting without cost
all of the most dangerous diseases to
which stock Is subject. The vaccine
can be obtained simply by applying
to the supervisor of the forest upon
uhloh t ho tttnnk Is ff-rnzeri who will
at once forward the approved re
quest to the bureau of animal In
dustry, where It will be filled. Full
directions will be furnished for Its
The forest service and the bureau
of animal Industry are working hard
In an endeavor to eradicate or dim
inish the common forms of stock dis
ease found on the western ranges
and their efforts are meeting with
much success. It Is anticipated that
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of assistance and as a result the loss
or stock will oe greauy reuueeu mm
range conditions imifivvru.
To check a cold quickly, get from
your druggist some little Candy Cold
Tablets called Preventics. Druggists
everywhere are now dispensing Pre
ventics, for they are not only safe,
but decidedly certain and prompt.
Preventics contain no quinine, no
laxative, nothing harsh nor sickening.
Taken at the "sneeze stage" Preven
tics will prevent Peumonia, Bronchi
tis, La Grippe, etc. Hence the name,
Preventics. Good for feverish child
ren. 48 Preventics 25 cents. Trial
boxes 5 cts. Sold by All Dealers.
The Leggett and Piatt No. 1 spring
only $5. Sold on thirty days approval.
Never sags. Guaranteed 10 years by
us and the makers. We will take
your old spring In part payment.
Telephone 378. Futrelle Furniture
Co., west end of viaduct. Sole agents.
Kodol for Indigestion and Dyspep
sia, a combination of natural digest
ants and vegetable acids, digests the
food Itself and gives strength and
health to the stomach. Pleasant to
take. Sold by J. H. O'RIelly & Co.
Protbablv one of the most attrao
live events of the season will take
nlace at the Casino next Friday
night. The Dramatic club of the
university is to present two abort
nlav of one act eaoh: one is ine
Night After." the other, "At the
Know it All Woman's Club." The
Niarht After is laid at Harvard unl
versity, and gives a good Idea of the
celebration that takes place at a col
leen after a victory over another
school. The lines have been changed
to local schools and consequently the
play will be doubly Interesting. "At
the Know It All Woman's Club" is a
take off on woman's clubs in general,
Is full of good Jokes, all of which
are new and It still gives plenty o
room for action. Both plays have
had quite a run In the east, Unl
versity students who have formerly
appeared behind the footlights and
made themselves lavontes witn tne
Albuquerque theatregoers will appear
supported 'by new students, who have
a great deal of talent. The largest
crowd at the Casino of the season
will undoubtedly attend Friday
night g performance.
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