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II. D. DEPARTMENT.
Address all 0MMunications tC
S EWicker, Oditor.
We would be glad- t.o hear from
our sub-carrier through this depart.
merit .nd hereby extefid to them an
invitation to fall into line. There is
much that they can talk about that
vill be of interest to each of them
and to the patrons of the routes.
How strange it seems and yet it is
truel Some people will actually do
more work and spend more time driv
ing up stakes anj hauling logs to lay
along the roadside to keep you out of
their fields, than it would take to fix
the bad place that they themselves
must after drive througa.
;- As several of the carriers have ask
ed us about our mail wagon, we will
say that if it had been possible foi
pich of you to have had it just one
hour on your several routes last Tues
day, when it was raining and freez
ing, you would 'have felt as we did,
that it is "a thing of beauty and a
joy forever." It is about fifty inchs
long and about 28 inches wide and
weighs 270 lbs. Almost any buggy and
especially a top huggy, weighs 300
'lbs. to 350 lbs. It is built of light,
but strong material and is gua?:anteed
for one year. It is put up in two
otyles, one with side doors and the
other with a rear door. We prefered
the rear door on account of not hav
ing to go between the wheels to get
in and out. On. each side there is a
large glass window about 18X20
inches which slides up and down. A
glass window of about the same size
hangs by hinges in front, and the
door at the back has a roll-up curtain
at the top similar to that of a top
buggy. When the cold wind begins to
blow and the rain falls in' torrents
you can close down everything in less
than thirty seconds and be as coim
fortable ant\ as snug and as serene as
if you were at home in your sit ting
roomn. Wve woNuldn't part with it for
ally price if we Couddi't get another.
Itr is light and airy and easy riding
beig f Itted up with Shuler springs
and in had weather you silllply dont
know how the weather feels until you
open a window to dispatch your mail.
In other wvords, you have got your
house with you and you are at home
wherever you go. No, it is; not large
enough for two personls, to ride in,
unless one of thlem is not as male
Our friend No. 4 o Prosperity, in
giving his early experiences as a mail
carrier, tells hs of how he was horror
stricken and his hair made to stand
on end, by seeing, snakes altgneh
on seeing snakes along the road and
how these slimy, wriggling reptiles
in. all their creeping,. crawling loathe
somenes, wrapped and entwined
themselves in his buggy wheels and
even dropped into the seat in coils
beside him and rode with him. Truly,
in the light of such can experience,
Tam O'Shanter's ride past Alloways
old haunted churchyard, on that grue
some wiinter night, fades into insigni
Since this was one of the early cx
periences- of Prosperity No. 4 and
since lie does not men.tioii ivinig
pBeeni any snakes lately, we judge that
e has taken the temperance pledgc
rd is keeping it to the letter.
T 1. E'. W.
Prosperity News No. 4.
SWell, 'Mr. Editor, it was very rough
on us last wveek but I am still able to
fly. Some, of my Salada ppitrons
jumped on me with both feet because
I said I had bad roads over there.
Well, I should have made a little ex
ception. 'The road from C. C. Long's
to A. L .Wyse's, a distance of two
miles, has been worked and kept up
extra fine but there are others that
haven't been worked since I began
in the service and some say one of
my roads hasn 't been worked in ten
years. Who can beat that? I like
the work and all my patrons but Ii
have sonme that just won't take any
interest in roads.
I said I would give you some of my
.garly experiences. One, among the
first was-shortly after I began rid
ing in the spring I saw a large black
snake in the road with his lead just
across the wagon rut. So, I said, I 'l
fix you. I drove directly overhi
head but the weight wvas not sumeiient
to kill him. He clinched to the wheel
and made a few revolutions therewith
lind landed on the seat beside me.
*Of course I immediately if not soon
er gave liim entire possession but lie
soon found that lie did not have Uncle
Sam's commission or permission so
e dropped out and we went on our
ay and ever thereafter I gave the
oad for Mr. Snake.
During this same week we drove up
a box to deposit mail and on rais
the lid found an inmailable pack
s-a ithole swarm of bees. Well,
tead of beir g stamped they began
stamp us; that is, me and my pony.
I was at the time driving a Texas n
pony-,and lie was more Texas tian n
pony anyway. So, we alfl it" for
awhile up bill, down hill but not it
Well, say, Kinards No. 2 we under- 01
st.and'why you get so man good
Ileatens.'' Now, Mr. E4ditor didn't lie b
take a shy way to aldvertise ' q cook. R;
If ~'you get more applica than U
you need just send them down to our I
No. 2. He says he will furnish more 0:
than the wood and water. He will s1
also furnish the provisions. I wiels 4
you could have seen what- No. 4 got C
during Christmas. I just know I got t(
the best cooks. I got just the finest
kind of turkey, chicken, ham, salads, a
cakes, pickles, sauce, etc. A regular 5<
banquet menu. ti
I would. like to see all our patrois a
use more stamped envelopes. They are i
very cheap. Just t1hink of getting '
twenty-five for fifty-three cents.
They are much better thaini the major- 'o
ity tfhat are used and they look more
business like. Patrons, try them.' If 1
you spoil one your carrier will give I
yoi a two cent stamp for same. This
will help to do away with the penny
nuisance. It is very disagreeable to "
have to fish for pennies these very
cold (lays. Very often they dorp inl
to the mutid and the carrier loses them. "
''Now begins the season
Of the nailmian's dieonteint.
Of his haste to take the job, no doubt,
He'll many times repent.
'Your job's a 'snap' ' 'tle farmers
Wheni the stummer- breezes blow.
It's a ''cold snap'' for tlie mailman i
When it's forty degrees below.
He faces loizzards, pets k1uck in W
And strig-les with frozen locks. Ii
But the greatest trial of a cari's f
Is the pennies in the box. j
When it snows and blows tlie ear
rier's hands 5
With tle cold get stiff and numb. t i
Then it's (lit a trick to pick a cent,
With a frozen finliger and thilmb. j
Ani(d sometimes to e Xpress his feelinWs
New ''cuss words'' lie'l invent ,
As hv sift the snow inl a1 patronl's box
fii seareh of a missing cent,. '
It gives his iouth that 'dark brown'
It. whitens his scanty locks,
This everlasting' squillble
With i the pennies in tile box. W
It's thoihtlessness that aIu'ses
The mailman all this woe.
Kinder people than his Iatrols
Are not found here below.
''When the roll is called up younder"'
They will surely all be there. f
Perhaps the mailman may squeak in, tl
If lie's good and doesn't swear. N
If you want St. Peter to open The tI
When you rural carrier knocks, g
Please buy stamps instead of leav-- a
The pennies ini the box. '
Carrier No. 4, Prosperity. 11
Pomaria No. 1. ai
Edl~(itor R. FI. D. Department:
I will come n'aa taking for my ~
text roads, boxes, .pennies, dinner. It I
seemns to mec we will have to talk our
selves to decath to get the supervisor b
to take sonme action on hav'ing the F
ia-ods worked, lBut tihe supervisor
is not so much to blamec as the pat- I
rons for there is not an overseer but
who is not also a p)atron and lhe is
an*ious for his mail to be brought to
him and that too on time but still lhe
takes no interest in keep)ing his see
tioni of the roaid ini good possile coni
dition. I have on several occasions g
paid for having bad pilaces fixed 0
which had become almost imp)ass.ible
and thought that wvould stir the over- a
seern but it p)roduced no efefet. Kind tl
patrons do fix the roads for your
faithful mail carriers. Consider, have
any of them one time refused to (10
you a legitimate favor? Then showv '
your appreciation for' the convenience a
of having your mail brought right to C:
your door by doing your duty towvards 1
Uncle Sam and his huimble servan-ts. s'
Another important matter is for the (1
tpa.trons to have their boxes put lip "
conviently for the carrier so that hie
can dispatch the mail without unnec
essary loss of time. A box sgould not
be over four~ feet from the ground to d
t:hie bottom of the box and should be
extended on a board not less than C
eighteen inches long and be sure that
the brace is not so low as to hinder
the easy passage of the wvheels. Do L
this kind patrons will you?I I have
some boxes that the patrons 'have to,A
get on .a block and tiptoe besides to
get their mail. You knowv all about it A
boys don't you? L
Pennies next. It would be a fine A
tihing if they were out of existence L
anyway. Ohy how worrysomne it is at A
any time, most especially when it iS A
cold and your fingeors are all thumbs. L.
Kindlhnatremns,ilt me toll you hon. to A
anage it; I have already got some o
Y patrons in the way of it, It is thi
ay: when you have money to leav
the box wrap it inl a piece of pape
[ve it a little twist and you will nev
hear any more complaint.
Don't forget patrons that the OL
)ys love to eat. Don't hesitate a'bou
.king them to stop anld take dinner
nele Sam is good to us boys in tha
,spect for he allows us the privileg
l stopping for dinner. I had the plea
tie of taking dinner with Mr. ani
%rs. A. G. C. on -last Saturday
ousin it is one of those fine cook
o you bet.
Now friend T. E. W. it is alrigh
)out iy automobile bursting am
a.t tin!r me all over the fields. It ii
Ue the men are too husy to take ui
iy (ime witi me but if the fai
aids are for yon who (al be agains
I hope my friend G. W. S. (if No.
P mir little town (Poinaria) w%vil
>onl tell its some of his experience
id especially abotit his recent wieck
believe ie would make i good ad
artiser especially on soie lorses
e must not get up too 1 much stean
Vell boys how is 1his cold snap us.
1g you? Pretty tough isn't it ?
ill close fOr tIhis timlie with I man;
od wishes to you and a greater por
oi to our kind editor.
W. S. S.
Poiaria No. 1.
Vlenl, Ismail Paslia, he lato ' khe
ve of Egypt, reigned over that his
rical 11111d, lie hadl in his garden
rge eage of African lions. One day
hile he was walking in the garden
i met a keeper accompanied by ,
Itle girl. carryin- a basket of miiea
Ir tle lions. Tle khedive walke<I
Var(d tile en.e to wvaclh tle beast:
it. Th'ley wvere hung1,ry, an1d plannee<
ion thei fi,ood with ravelins fury
lan1dinl.. cl.lose by the1V e.e, with i he
inds resting on the halrs, wAs (le lit
''Whyi N do you iwermii youir daimh.
I to o so nealr tilt! hl(s?'' the klie
Ve asked (f (he keaper.
'Oh,'' replied the m ia, ''they ar<
I a'ustomied to her they wiuld o110
''Tlenl open the dolor and put lie
sile,'' Said tile kledive.
The keeper, with hIIe smilillissive
bss of those who know their live
ill pay the forfeit it' they disobey
The fl.fiung fish does not fly; i
imps out of lite water, Iropelled b;
ic most powerfuil tail in use il pro;
)rtiol to the size of the bearer. 1
imps from the water only to escap
'oMl its enemies, among which ar
to bonita, the shark, the spern
hale and the dolphin. The last i
le most active.
The fins, which are called winags
Aide the fish to some extent and en
1le it to make such extraordinar;
apls, some leaps have been estimat
1 at eighty rods in length. The fly
ig fish of the West Indies is froti
x to eight itnches long. The larges
'c found in t,he Pacific and at'
>metimes eighteen inches long. Iti
tid that flyim; fish have taken thI
y antd titt wetll whien hooked. Th
Test Indian flying fish is said to h
ettecr eating than a smelt.; but thK
acifie coast fish is not esteemed a
>od. The scientific name for thI
ying fish is exocaetus.
Politeness in Shopping.
ew Orleans Times-Democrat.
''Never' point, my dlear, '' said thi
''But, mamma,'' objected the littl
itl, ''suppose I don 't know the nam
B the thing?''
''Then let the salesmay1 showv yo:
iIlihe has in stock until he comes t
to article that is desired.''
NOTIOE OF SALE.
Notice is hereby given that we wil
dI at the old homestead, at putbli
notion to the highest bidder', fo
tssh, on the 25th day of Jahnuar3
)07, at 11 o'clock a. in., all the per
maol propert.y of Mrs. E. Boazmar
deased, consisting of farm imple
ents, 'stock, farm produce, etc.
J. R1. Irwin,
B. W. Watkins,
HARLESTON & *IESTERN OAIR
Schedule in effect June 8, 1906.
v. Newberry(C. N. & L.) 12:36 p. nv
.r. Laurens 1:42 p. nv
v. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p. iv
.r. Greenville 3:25 p. nv
v. Laurens 2:07 p.ni
r'. Spartaniburg 3:40 p.n
v. Spa rtanburg (So. Rry) 4:00 p. iv
r. Henidersonville 6:35 p. iv
r. A sheville 7:30 p.ma
v. Lanreoas (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p. ni
r. Greenwoodt 2:4 e pARnl
t Ar.' McCormick 8:40 p.m.
i Ar. Augusta 5:25 p. m.
3 Pullman Chair Cars between Au
gusta, Laurens - and Asheville, tri
- weekly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays,
Thursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe
I ville Mondays, Wedikesdays and Fri
Note: The above arrivals and de
partures, as well as connections with
I.jw MUCH RTILMZER~TO
The question, "How much fertilizer
->ould be used per acre?" cannot be an
'w(,!ed deflaitely, but only In a general
A ay. I' is sometimes put In.this form:
'Wliat is thei most profitable amount that
,nay be apipped per acre?" Neither can
the question in - the amended form be
exactlv a n (ntetirately answered. The
Vil, li 0'arnter, condition, preparation.
kfe., nity b'' well known, or con1trollable
factols. I't we kc.ow not what the sea
."Ins may .,. says lion. IR. .1. Redding,
I )Ir-etor t rgir ielperiment Station. ie
it ad Ag:'eulture, In tho Vir-g1na
t'i1rolh"a i ze o4 r A inanne.
We kilu()%% some croill will bi'.r
ar 11amunt.4 of fertilizer.-I with reason
ablt, ma ::jao e of Prollitaule r-vtur-:5 th: .:
m t:1V exip "ted of other solls. A vr-4
, lhat in ii - Ipi tih non1 froi th fall s .
11,ti1 li:g iii en ly :u im r wiiI ir
i'eavleiri fertilizing than will a crop t1
is p1:anted iII the spi'lig ar-1 rpenl s I'l
h '.a ;n oii I,-11un1ner. Tit. lIr.:t q:ast. r.
Slih ; . wl by wits, wh olt or 0izo r m -11
grain. or g:rss, especially when sow
ithe f:Il of I 0, e ear. Such v (rop) c('
,iih soil l e l rin the Ilato fail and N.
te. 1i 1 early sNVIinc-during which
iods Ohe r.lis are 11mIllill lill 'l .
iIponin or11 arver.t In late tapi g, I
e.'y .' intumlor, before the burr.
- 5'u:r ;..* r : - ' i.n ,o:dsible drot: m 51 , -
Jun1 :Ifd Jtly. Cla t aad whent thlrei
eve -l tl rps for libinal fertitlln".
1d . i of thllC Smth.1% ji
I.-II I' t 1I ''I;J i ii l I'
ha i' I' rlt 441Iet I ini wh1ich tlie
op . i :- -- ! and ,.liksv v
i::g I. : i ; I -r y 411-y we .1"
effoirt. !,, : Ill I Lild of, bploo imn .
lit i :- t In the ("ase of c(I ..
v !Ih1 en111im10nces to bloom l d inu
ruiat in I .lu (or even earlier) and4 et:l
1I ltve' tit rIout the slimmer utI;ii
clieIked boy aI mevere friost in Novein,
It h:ts a inIm'er of "chance.''
,o?lll 1 Ii h"efret anotlier Ideal er 1
foi 'Oib- l f1e tillzing. A smiall a t
f fri r applied per acro w-ill -
111ublt .0-141 :1 1i-ry-r percentlagm I.r,
0. ..n ;,;1: ati-n (if $:2 wo.
lf f rtilhme r :ero mnay t. aus- ::)I -
.Irmased 1 i4 ht of cottoni (at 141 enl
- l''l'" < iIIh vaitle of -1 to S'. 1r a 0
S : ,H : 1 14-1r colnt. oil itr e'-1. I !I:.
- fi n i H4 l s h i lie. j45t It d.
'o '(w itaot twivo 's hwavy :1n
\01 1 - WlIrev ( ' : I:i.- .
- in 1h" . 4 1'bl. I ot il l wo :rd , thll I
of ilw", :, in the yilI' or 01-ttlon w.
not b i r-p rI' r 14 . -
t ut ho fI1 i it .. 14
dolds v)elh f lIer , , ". I .
3ut ii-oI efl i oIhl-: rvntIon ha sh'
nni t i of $5 4. . hi' 0 1 -1 '
izer i; (r Oiperly b.Al.n d 1 ai. ; .:a-l4'
to apply rt acr onl cllctl. ; da n al
re tr s fr*oml .1n tIII lk-c11ion -bf :-o riin; it
aso800 pmids por aer1.
I thiek O pounds o p Chfly :-*,. lni;
onl 11 wid i l l conftion, v.
prepar-ed and pr-operly clitiv.alt< LL . CUL
ton. Por Corn, I Would lihit the nmos
to '100 to 300 pounds ner acre (-ni old uip
W ef h pice. offeyrloa
alen dn 5 - eS.
wewill offeui yr f
$8.00s, 1a 8 3 nd 29sc
CroAllr Mnats atItis sle f<
rWafte prie. They f alligo ~at
.. Cies 4 sho5e -2ees.
, Dren'os 9,n Sh, $5.0 13oen
MWnite patesn hes $4.00 fo
ens vc he,$.0fr.
Wmce n shoentSos,$.
' Women 's vici Shoes, $2.50
ither companies, are given as infor
nation, and are not guaranteed.
COn. Pass. Agt.,
Geo. T. Bryan,
' Greenville, B. C.
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Jno. C. Goggans, Clerk of Court,
9squirl, Acting Probate Judge.
Whereas, Annie R. Harris made
;uit to me, to grant her Letters of
Admiuistration of the Estate of and
.1) primilary object in usIrg fertil!r
'Id oIf t; cr1' o L
itimt is to h'a lt.I'cneiiy gown, or is
alrealy growing, on the land to whichl
the fertillb.?r is to !!3 Alb A. As a ru1 ,
It containf from1 ten tO sIxteen per cellt.
if mllove or less promptly available p1h1it
ood. In otIler words, IL com1mer1a1 fer.
tilizer contains in every hundred pioulids
weight from 10 to 16 pound11s of vailable
phosphoric ned. ei iher alone, or that
itnotant of phorphrlce acid anid potsh
c.olblined, or of theso tw\o and nitirogen
comhined, inaking In the latter cas, w Wilt
is called a "complete'' fertilizer. No w,
this 10 to 16 poun-lds in eache F10 polilds
of ho fertilizer i-i snidossed to be. and
should be. practically soluble 1141 avaIl
nble at once, or within a week or two,
for the use of the crop, says \rtiita
Carolina Fertilizer Almanne.
''hc remaining portion of the fertilizer,
or the 84 to 90 pound,4 In each 100 poutids,
is a imixturc of insoluble iosphite and
sulphate of lime, sono saind, water, or
ganic matter and other things that are
necessarily incident to the mniufieture,
an( manot Ie econienily reIN oved.
They l1re of very little imm-diate value
to either the crop or the soil.
So when we apply a. high-grade fertil
Izer to lite soil the objict is to, ;;t:.:Iy
the plants withl sollible plan1t food 111d
increase the yleld of the cotton, grain,
grass. or wiatver the crop m1lay bp.
]neiden1lt1t*Ily. however, this feiir does
help the hand, because it indleos a Iairgtr
growth of stalk, roots aid follage of tihe
nt-rthose parts that will hec re
turned to, mid become part of the solil.
A (ose of inlis forillizer. frt t' -tanve,
not only Illerclises the Yield of i'ved cot..
tol, but aiso thn Size o the stalks,
the foliage, hu1ls a(mi other partis that
go immediately back and forn it part of
tihe soil in tile shape of huu11111s (deyidlycl
yegetalie matter). i3tt till c iiiipl i way
to improve the soll. itself. Is to add vegu -
table matter to it in the form of stablo
manure, renovating croi)., rotationl of
Crops, etc.. it a Imlore dir14ect I..allner.
It would sent m1:ainifest, then, if we
WjsIt to ilerease tihe yield of corn, vottonl,
wheat, 0al.s, ras ete., (Ihat the ferlilizor
hlould 101tain tie tI l "voelemnt o
plant rood in, the pro,iortions- ti:. it!r
best suilted to the partieulai crop. Tli
is patticularly true if th, irpose 1; to
use liberal amllioulnIs of fort izm,r Ilr nere.
In such Case tihe deficient sullply. in the
natural soil, of any onle or llorv of the
Uhreo "valuanblin" eet popoi
ncid, ni1trog't-n .11d Potash) neood n)ot hm
According to Crefully conducted field
expeliment3ts, coiducted at imaniy of ho
mxperiieit Stations, it hIs been fitild
that cotton reCuires a feiiizer 0hat con1
tinis about onle part vach 41f ni1trogenl and
potash nd 3 1-3 parts of available phos
phorile l,l. This dletmain' wilild Illhe mll(t
by it fertilil.er containilhg 10 per )(1 eent.
available phosphoric nci, I per (-nt. of
nitrogen and 3 per cent. of potash; or,
Rs nirdinairily expressed, at 10 -- '- ! i iiz(,r.
One antalyzing 9-2.70-1.70; or :.0-'.10
or 7-2.10-2.10. etc., would answer just its
tve money in
1.1I Clothing a
>rice. -A $1U
Ii' OneO Wom,l
75 c. $178
or1 25 Wilm
yard. and1( 48
y' low A" f
$3.48 der' 4e
~, for 25 eeni
for es just
effects of William H. Harris.
TMESE ARE THEREFORE to
cite and adminish all and singular
the kindred and Creditors of the said
William H. Harris, deseased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at New
berry 1. H. on Saturday, February
16th, next after publication thereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have why the said
Administration should not be granted.
GIVEN' under my Hand, this first
day of February, Anno Domini, 1907.
Jno. C. Goggans,
Clerk of Court,
Acting J. P. N. C.
Well. jo lv . " fi m .
pl.- I i ' i -1'' 14
Cane. in) he i. ;I IIAl . i
I) IAt7Ing9 to t h.:ga
bj( t. to ti : th - i th.11i i.Ah
palrts of pI:.i. o iJ.: A
,0)n It al ; pa rI ofp
l'ortIL::- ' J*T ho fo !aI.- -%.4
in torevisely tlt' a praln
thy reof oN%lo r gi4 le and I .
cor<pouln l argor a11pp1'lilba :h
bie IIat:0 per, neVr---viz., - 1. 1 or
8- 4.0 l0;or 7--1.50i-.4.0. lilt[ so , i. (
course, fihese 141WE'l gradles ennl ( " .
at lower prices than thlt high gr,-;
but. 114 it Iu-le, tlea familor will 111d It
mllre1 TC01o lileI to buly tho high gratIes,
1o th oil aveount (if thoir ebevaper prli
per "ullilt" aitld also) tho saving (if frevight
tile latter being prW0IO.le thO S:UMV. lot I
itll. for 10h high ani w gr.
APPLYING Pl.EWlltil'LIlit WI IEN
PLA NTI NG.
While it Is cer-tnnaly true, in our ex
perlieo that tie greater part of tho for.
tilizer E1ouh41 he i i about two weeks
blefore the cr-op In to be1 phlanted. wl
1ixval ii tho soll of lihe b
and bot:ledl (n, therev art, chlr ilm. tog
that w 1otil juti tnf a (ni r in nw oh m;
t1110 11' Ir mIr WI-v 11i cultuir0 t : .
11'.1-1 h1d i(11to lit thw n u l - - p .
Jinl". The followhnt, Ilrv sitch ielle
(1) W hot ' .i farmllor h:t; noI)t 1ri!w n t
e til fill! w l 1 11otilit oif his f14
G) \WIIe hlIle condcuiles. Itecr hlL., erop
has ieen planted ail is growinig, 11at
hll, (ill lot buly and apply its much as h(e!
sO1 :h11h-ve 114 1'ef"r pin : :
(', i ll ilkI.' ye6lowish Art-ft (.401or andl
'wanlt of viror in the n peran14 c' th1
pillants Itliento I' ilt 11rv titr 1gOn ;
IO14<41 by thiet Co011.
\o helievo it Innay bo v.afilly l))')ep4t I'll
a., n. genleral r-ulo thalt i t l portit'n
of Vir-glinha-IC'ar-olinua v'e tlz It.,u l e
aililedl With, or. iwan. Ithe seetd. at the4
tini. o plantin g. Thw off,,t of tis :;111
ipplicntionl Is t supply thw viol:'r k l
with available food d i :1-4 ff- !11I rt.p
(o 1t411 growth. lind 1lcin llt- promplit (:.I
'It) to) 7A) poilndl:I p4-r :Iero .: i |.
of t ;Ill nin f ' l:ze 4that I .o 1. . 4.
ded two w\(, ';.; I. .. A,r p' -i:
A s-cotl applitimn of hhit Intr
tilizt-r-S m1aN h e 1 11,10o at lth--) .4':48
third 114w in Ig (if (-I tt-n. I-r :I( ::i' r 4 i--1 0
inilvs I- r hilh of tI, p 11 0 1p-1 4 4
vs. All the mIll I :- ( t f .\I v qn-r
111 l4 i t : hiing fur ..w. 4111r -
I Illyor. 1 1 v 4)v 1 ; I 1tir..1 lm lr in th-- , 11
toh:y l s of the orcutine.'. Hr
Is no neod to fc.r thnt the n i Il
liot Ot tho bentt of a h - ,--for
Ie if 11ut nnyhl . o r h-wo'-n th4
wi th th wlit r hNa-1 #,. !:! -vir .1pplit'd .rI
ItIze nth -w:-v r t 1ith4r cornl orl,
in. ail. h littiv S lad e r A'.
doubs t nt ev ior ;IpIliehmo s W'. .:
It "wfit I: er-411: bout pr(11h Nl A --t IIe.;:I
to pay fthe, cost of the fertfilzer.
rytcko ew' andh Wand
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