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EFFUOTIVU JAN. 1, 1007.
BETTER FARM MANAGEMENT ON
THE GREATEST CURE
HIGH PRICED LAND
How Soma Farms Might Be Made to Pay Larger Returns
on the Investment.
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No. 33 W52C ain
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No. 37 10:r0 pm
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No. 30 C:r.O am
No. 38 7-0 am
j;0 32 10:J5 am
No. 31. ' l:5 I'm
No.' 30 :15 l,m
No. 38 starts .from Murloii.
No. 39. stops ut Marlon.
No. 39 will lcao Columbus at C pm
No. 10, Cliautamiuii i:x ..12.15 am
No. S, New York I2x 5.32 am
No. I, YcbIIuiiIo Limited.... fi-33 pm
No. 10 Accommodation 12.55 pm
sNo. 22 arrives 5.10 pm
C. &. 13. DIVISION.
No. 9, Chicago Express 12:55 am
No. 3, Vostluulcil Llmltcil.. 10.81 am
sNo. 21 7:00 am
No. 11 3 15 pm
No. 7, IMcillc Express 11 10 pm
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No. 9, Cincinnati Express. ..1:15 am
No. 3, Vcstlbuled Limited.. 10:39 am
No. 11 3:15 pm
Daily, s Dally excopt Sunday.
New York Central Lines
BIG FOUR R0UTEJ
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PEOPLES TRANSFER CO
r fttC WLVE ACTS LIKfc A POULTICt
RtUlVlftALLFORMttOF ttKIN OlSIASt
This clever and popular young, actress appears as the "play actress" in
The Toast of the Town," in which she has made a hit.
LEADING MAN WAS ENVIOUS.
He Permitted the Heroine to Faint
When Hose Stnhl. who In now :ip
pcnrlitR In Now York In Jtuurs KoiIich'
comedy, "Tho Chorus Lady," whs
playing a lound of parts with a btoclc
company in a western city nor kuc
cchb aroused tho envy of the lending
innn, who, pi lor to hi'i' anivnl, had
nccuplcd tho position of flrHt fnvoiitr
with tho public. IJocniitm of her
popuhulty I ho manasemont decided
to revive "Camlllo" with tho tictrcsH
in the title role. Uehoarsals prog
resRcd satisfactorily. Tho lcadluK
man had apparently discarded his al
titude of unfilondllnesH and was tho
ucme of courtesy and pood will.
The openlnK night anlved and the
perfonnanco went beautifully until
tho fotntli lift, when Armande unRiily
hut Is money upon Cniullle, who, nc
eoidlng to all hIiiko traditions, Is
supposed to bo ovcicome and fall
falntlug upon tho floor. Tho leading
man, who was a temperamental
and somewhat, hystcilcal Individual,
achieved this climax In n perfect
whirlwind of passion, but at the con
elusion, to tho great surprise of
his tellow plaors, ho toppled over
upon the Door.
MlbH Ktahl had already closed her
eyes and begun to make an effective
stago faint, when bho heard a ie
Mounding whack at her feet. Kho cau
tiously opened one oyo and nwoko
to the situation, the leading man bad
stolen her "bnslnobs" and lolt her
waveilng In midair. Theto was noth
ing for her to do and she did It.
So the curtain tang down.
Tho following day tho papers com
menting on the performaueo look
Miss St.thl to task tor defying tutdl
lion and iptetled concerning her au
thority for "tainting on nor feet."
High Salaries In Vaudeville.
High Mtlarles for vaudeville per
formers do not provnll alone In tho
United States, although hero tho
avetiige (w- thought to bo higher than
any whet o else. Mrs. l.nngtry is
credited with receiving $3,000 per
week from American mauagois and
Lillian Hussell Is fjuotod at S2.GU0.
Hut thcro nro prfornteis abroad
whoso names aro unknown on this
side of tho wator who teeclvo far
grcator than a presidential salary.
Hairy Lander, tho Scotch comedian,
declined .01 American offors on tho
ground that he can earn $1,500 por
week at home und ho is booked ahead
until 1011!. Thcio nro a dozon other
English vaudovlllo artists who play
almost continuously In London and
ato so well tepald for their offotts
thut nothing can tempt them lo leuve
Scheff Will Stay Hitched.
Frltzl Scheff doesn't want anymoio
of grand opera. A Berlin Impresario,
during the prima donna's trip abroad
la3t summer, tried to engago her
for a between season's continental
"No moro grand opera for mo," re
plied tho singer; "there's nothing like
singing In comic opera, especially in
Amorlca. Comic opera audiences
JniigH so why. It's likd telling n
funny story to homo oho who owes
QUIT EVEN WITH MANAGER.
Doctor Got No Tickets, Yet Would
Gladly Tender Services.
A New Yjik physician who bns tor
1G years been one of tho doctors of
tho actors' fund, and who has at
tended hundreds of actors with no
compensation whatever, wioto leeent
y to a prominent manager and asked
for homo theater tickets. Ills le
anest was lefused, tho manager ask
ing what tho doctor bad ever dono
that bo Hhould bo entitled to recclvo
theater tickets grails.
The physician Immediately replied.
Ills letter contained a brief recltnl of
his services to theatrical people. In
conclusion he said:
"Dnspito my services, as named
above, 1 should not havo thought of
usklng you for tickets hnd it not been
that upon tho occahlon of tho death
ol Mr. lllauk oti nssuiod mo that If
you could ever Bervo mo In any way
whatever ou would consider It a
favor If I would call upon ou. How
(nor, I bear you no 111 will on ac
count of your piesent action. 1 was
very glad to attend Mr. Blank when
ho died In our box office nud 1
should be happy to do as much for
you at any lime."
BRIDAL COUPLE SHOCKED.
One Small Error Causes Consternation
and Considerable Amusement.
.'. IlnydenClarendon, who plays tho
part of Lord Shrlmptnn In Henry V.
Savago's "1'ilnco of I'llsen" company,
has had quite a lltllu experience- In
Whllo a reporter nn necldcnt oc
curled which Clateudou fiequently to
lates with gicat lolilili.
"1 was Bout out," ho observes, "to
do a society wedding. Tho bridegroom
owned an old-fashioned house, of
which ho was pnitlculurly proud. He
(old mo particularly to mention that
after tho honeymoon ho and lilt,
bride would go to II vo In the 'Old
Mnnso," us Iho house In question was
"Imagine my horror when, next
moinlug, I was called up before tho
city editor. Tho compositor had sot
up my etiiefully written bentenco lo
read: 'Tho happy pair will resldo nt
the Old Man's.'"
ABOUT THE STAGE,
Aubrey Hnuelcnult, tho nclor, nud
Unlit Holt, tho nctross, who last played
In "Tho Man logo of William Asho,1'
havo been married.
Daniel Frohmnn will produce "Tho
Spoilers" In Washington, Henmond
Kolly, who has boon leading woman
wltlj Joseph Wheclock. Jr., In "Just
Out of College," has been engaged to
piny tho part of duchess.
Louis Mann and Clara Llpntnn have
arrived back In Now York after the
failure at tho Waldorf theater, London,
of Miss Llpmnn's comedy, "Julio Bon
bon." Virginia Harl Is about lo desert
muslcul comedy and appear In vaude
villo In a now one act comedy with'
out music, entitled "Tho Man from
Worcester," which has just bepn writ
ton for hor by W. M. Cressy. It will
bo rocallod that-nomo years ago Mlns
Karl pinyed Ariel' lu "Tho Tempest"
(From llullrlln nn "Coal of TrodiicliiB
Kiirm Product," Prepared by WIlloLM.
llnys and Kdwaid U. Parker.)
Tho day of cheap productive IrindA
Is coming to a close In tho United
States. Tho possibility of disposing of
high-priced landu In well-settled com
munities and purchasing equally pro
ductive land at a lower prlco in the
west wilt soon bo at an end. System
and moro efficient management must
enter tho realm of agrlculturo If rea
sonable profltB nro to bo extracted
fiom tho soil and Us fertility bo con
served for tho use of futuro genera
tions. Waslo of machinery and other cap
ital, wasto of labor, and waste of
35 27 a
Ss FODDER CORN ! ' ?
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yy ' .-''.- corn
I 21 19 A
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70, -II A
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A Quarter Section Farm In Southeastern Minnesota Located on the Bot
tom Land of an Old River.
DIbUiico from city markets In SO mile. 'J'liu hull in u K.inily loam, raslly
wuili'Ml and ouRlly ilraincil. Dent corn thrive luxuriantly oil thceo bottom la ml
Mini Is canity mntnrnl. Improvc-t land lo worth $".' an acre. Areas wltliln ttie dot
ted line) need dralii.ico and ean bo cheaply drained tci llio rroek flowing through
tlio faim. The products nmrketod nro o.itB, milk and eorn. Twenty cows aro kept,
15 head of young ptnek. ten horsea, and 150 chickens. Thlrty-tlvo acres are In per
manent pasture, mid this laud Is too roiiKli to be pill Intu rotation with the ara
ble llelds. No systematic scheme of cropping is followed, nlthotigh moro corn and
clover arc Krown tli.in on the avrraco farm In tho oamn county. Tho farm Is
stocked as heavily as It will stand as long as grain Is to bo part of tho market
fertility aro conspicuous features of
tho agilculturo of tho mlddlo west.
Tho settler has sacrificed soil fertility
and great values of farm machinery
In order to obtain quick profits and
icndy cash, and then an tho country
has grown older ho has neglected to
35 27 A.
The 8ame Farm Replanned.
The niablo hind has been placed under systematic rotations permanently proj
ected, bcKinnlne wltli tho year IWS. In Ptecedltic cara tho low spots havo been
drained. Hold 1 heeded down In 1907. anil tho outside llnca of tho farm permanent
ly fenrcd. Tho Hinall fields adjolnlns tho farmstead hao bcon fenced with hog
Tho llve-couuo rotation on tho fl'o liirso tlclds, A, II, ( O nud II, provides
each year approximately 22 acres of corn, it acres of oats, 22 acres of barley and
22 aeies of tlovcr meadow. Tho ciopa nro arraiiKod lu tho following sequence!
J'lrst year, torn (manured); second jear, oats (seeded down): third year, clover:
fourth j car, oats, and Ilfth year, barley. Corn, Max. or wheat Instoad of tho oats
could bo Krown, following tho clover soil, ub n market crop, If dcHltod. Oats am
placed on tho sod land becaueo they aro tho chief market ctop in this teuton and
tan bo Krown sucossfully. on tho llKht clover sod If ilonlred.
The tluco-couiso rotation of small llclds I., M, and N provided two acres lor
fodder corn each year, two acres for an mini Iiok pasture, and two acres for root
ci ops such as potatoes und munfe'ols. Thcso crops are arrangod In tho following
seqnenen: First year, fodder corn: hocoihI year, annual hoc paNtuto; third cnr,
toots. .Tho laud In tho llva-coursn totatlon would havo to ba plowed three times
lu llvo.jcats and tho small Holds twice in threo years.
Thu cnttlo and other stock may bo allowed to pasture over the cntlro farm ns
soon as tho corn crop Is harvested. , , , ,. , .
Whllo this totatlon camiqt bo considered ns nearly Ideal as tlioso outlined In
tlBUies 3 and 7. It Is eminently pructlcal and, tils lu well with tlio roqulteincnts ot
n farm havluic a ponnanont pasture. The live stock will pinducn enough mhuin-o
to ghe each held a good dressing onco in live yoai's, and ,tho nmuuro with ono
crop of tlovor In IIVo yours will undoubtedly keep tho soil In u good stuto or fertility.
rnmodcl his buslnost to meet the new
and chunked conditions. U Is not
Idle prophecy lo Bound this warning,
that, unloflH tho next gonorntlou which
(Ills tho soils of the mlddlo west puts
tho fields under systems of fnrm man
ngonient, fertlll.or problems 8,uch as
now confront tho cost and south will
havo to bo met before many decades.
On the other hand. If tho prdper
physical conditions for s6II decompo
sition are maintained by systematic
crop rotations and Intelligent methods
ot farm management, tho producing
capacity ot the prairie soils can bo
maintained indefinitely, Liho" da
which crops aro rotaUd arMe'naatoally
(johinnds morn Intelligent trieh0lB of
iiltl ntHnngemcnt, mora Irttolllkoni nso
of live stock, machinery, and other
capital and labor. All these nro cor
ollarlcs of crop rotation, and tho re
sult of systematic crop rotation must
always be lnci casing profits duo to
greater productiveness In tho soil,
more cffcctlvo employment of capital
and labor, and soundor business mcth
ods. The Intensive systems of farm
ing practiced near tho great cities of
tho eastern pnrt of the United States,
where grain and mill feeds nro
shipped from tho west, can not be ox
tended to a majority of tho farms In
the United States. Such systems of
farming can only bo practiced at tho
expense of (ho fatHlty of other ngtl
cultural regions from which coiiccn-
ferjl iorove I ra r
JFARMSTg ADf , Ml
(rated feed stuffs arc purchased, and
they aro therefore undoslrablo for the
majority of American farms.
Tho map shown with tho suggested
rotations und moro'bttslnessllko meth
ods of fnrm management, aro pro
scnted merely to show tho lack ol
2 24 A. ROOTS M
2 19 A roODIRCORN
23 02 A
business system that too often pro
vas In tho motbods of farming on the
hlgh-piicod lands of thti mlddlo wost.
Some Winter Troubles. Egg catlitg
und feather pulling aro ttoubies not
common wllbro lions aro given extras
in tho way of grceh foods and meal
scraps. When too many lions nro
crowded Into small houses, with little
or no oxerclse, they are very apt to ac
qillre theSo bad habits.
! HUM , m
Push the TUrkeyi. H Is litipdriant
to get tho turkeys to lay as large o
number of eggs as possible btifohj they
want to Hit, nnd to start Ibelr (tlyln,
as onlly its iho (list or middle o
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ANGRY FOR 25 YEARS
Girl Hasn't LnoKed in Man's
Fac for That Long.
The ov taken by beautiful i
Carolina1 Osburu 25 years ngo, when u
stern father forbade her marriage 10
her betrothed, that she would never
look upon or speak to man ugilu,
has beep, kept so rcliglousy all tliesa
j cars that tho few remaining people
of tho once prosperous village of
Rakorvlllc, In tho Litchfield hills near
Watcrbury. Conn., no longer regard
her with curiosity. They have como
to respect the sad ooiis!tcncy of
the recluse, whoso beauty has slow
ly withered under the blighting In
fluence of her great disappointment.
They say In Bakervlllo that "Cal.
lie" Osborn, as sho Is known, will
go to the grave without taking tho
slightest notice of tho exUtcnco of
tho father whoso opposition to' her
marriage scared her boul and caused
her to renounce tho world. He
passed from her life that fatofttl
Christmas ovo a quarter of a contur
iigo, when, In terrible nnger, ho ord.
ered Iter sweetheart, Walter Lump
kins, from his door and told him nev
er to seek bin daughter again.
Albert Osborn, the father. Is now
7ii years old, and If huhas ever vs.
grctted tho net ho has not given
sign of It to his neighbors. The
daughter lives In tho same house
with hor father, but In separate
apartments, and Is feldoni seen up
on tho street. Whon sho doo, up.
pear she Is always veiled and Ijouiloil.
She never looks at a man.
Cnrollno Osborn as n girl was tho
Inspiration or nil tho (.oelul doings of
tho village Sho was active in tho
church and the foremost at the
dances nnd other amusements of the
oung. folks. Until Mm was 20 ycniy
of ngo sho remained heurt Tree.
"They aro after my money, not mo,"
sho olton sjild of her many sultotn.
Thoro wax a change, however, whon
Walter Lunipklns camo along. Ho
had been tted to city llfo and was
ttullko tho men of Caroline's ac
quaintance. He was a hutidKomo
fellow, nbout two years older than
she, and woro clothes that looked
and fitted better thnn thosa of the
young men of tho villago, Lunipklns
(Irst met Cnrollno Osborn at a barn
dance. Tho two scorned to ho un.
usually attracted'. Kroni that timo
Cnrollno was no longer the frivolous
girl sho had been. Sho .became a
woman who loved with tho fervor ot
a patsloiintc nature. In u fow months
timo sho and Lumpklns woro accept.
From the firs', however, Caiollno's
father llld pot look with favor up.
on her hwoethoart. Lunipklns, al
though of exemplary habits aud good
character and of good promise, did not
tomo of n wealthy family, Ho wp3,
ill fagt, poor. Tho . older Osborn
who had married a second wife, v was
ambitious that his daughter should
marry a man who wol'ld have wealth
to match hoi own,
Finally the young pcoplo became
secretly engaged. Tho village people
say It was upon a Christmas eve
that Walter Lumpklns, aflked Osborn
for the hand of his daughter. Lump.
Itlni wont away aud never came
back ugaln. Caroline's health had
been undermined by tho long and bit
ter opposition of her father and she
became BerloUrly 111,
Tim vlllnfeo lirnptp say qtaf Jt was
Immediately after, Lumpklns, had lefj.
the housRkthat the overwrought girl
uttered tho vow silo hux' kopt for
"Father, I will never speak to you
or tiny other man ngalu. Neither
will 1 allow any man to ever see
my face," were the words that Bak
ervlllo people say Caroline spoko to
her enraged fnther. A long Illness
followed, and when sho grew well
tho ro-cs had fled from her chcolu
never to return. For many ycaivt
tho glil did not Ieavo tho house.
Lunipklns Is now a wealthy merchant
In a city not far from New York
and has a w:fc and family.
In later years', Miss Osborn bus
appealed occasionally upon tho strcots
und country roads hooded nnd veiled.
I fl Bfc Fnllura of t he liver to
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ra I nd pass it into the in.
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