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RUHAL NOTES AND NEWS.
Xi'w York Weekly Wltness.l
Sow lmckwlit'nt cnrly in July.
Keep the mower-knives sharp.
tW tin-pnils only in tlio dairy.
Improve the run-out ;ntKB lnnd.
Be gentle in handling the hoe.
Have you thinned out the fruit?
(lood soil and culture make good
See to the cucumber nnd melon
Joys, don't skip any hills when
Never litigate when you can ar
bitrate. Good drainage helps in road-
Don't push men nnd teams at
AVhy not feed fallen fruit to the
(live the fish a rest while you
Protect animals from flies and
A tight barn is better than an
open one to keep hay in.
The wheat thrasher whistles all
over the country this week.
Ripe grass loses nearly one-half
its value when cured as hay.
Cut early and grow a second
crop of orchard grass and clover.
Keep neAvly set trees well water
ed, so the moisture will reach the
Now is the time to breed sows
for fall pigs and cows for spring
Cut timothy just above the bulb
or bottom joint. The stump will
not dry up so quick.
. A ventilator put through the cen
tre of a stack, rick, or mow, will de
crease the liability to spoil.
- In trimming, cut off all limbs
that cross each other. Leave only
what grow upward and outward.
It is a good idea to clean out the
granary and fumigate it every year,
to destroy insects and their eggs.
It makes a difference in the re
sults whether you manure a field
of weeds or a field of grass or clover.
The man slow to appreciate that
u thereby hangs a tail," will realize
it when he milks a cow in fly time.
Hub off the sprouts while young
and tender, it will save severe
and more laborious trimmings in
rut coarse manure wnere you
want a mulch, and fine where you
want it to speedily mingle with
and enrich the soil.
Don't be in a hurry to buy any
more land until you have got what
you already have up to its inaxi
The poorer the road the greater
the wear and tear and the consump
tion of time, and hence the heavier
the tax for traveling over it.
The farmer who does not believe
in science has great faith in the in
fluence of the moon and often mis
takes hollow-stomach for hollow,
"When animals are confined, it is
the duty of the owner to" see that
they have a variety of food and
enough of it, as well as a full sup
ply of clean water and fresh air.
The average dairyman will never
be contenteduntil he has an easy
chair for a milking stool and can
lay back and take a snooze while
somebody else does the milking,
Kickers among colts are usually
bred, not born. Handle them
gently and kindly and kickers will
be rare. Teasing by heedless boys
and hired men, originates most of
the. farm kickers.
Theue are said to be more tramps
in Pennsylvania than in any other
jsf-.iP in the Union. And it is in
Pennsylvania that protection flour
ishes like a green bay tree. Mem
Drugs, Medicines, etc.
II W MANNON
FJRST-OL ASS DRUG STORE
DR. E. M. M'AULEY,
OFFICE OVKU McDANlKL & FRY'S STOUH
Will hereafter spend the first and third weeks
of each mouth in Camden; the second week at
Big Sandy; and the third at llollnday. (i.iini.
Itt. li. B. TRAVIS,
OFFICK AT .1. K. TOTf Y'tf MtUU STOlilC, '
J. A. CLKMKXT. I L. HAWKINS.
CLEMENT & HAWKINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Will nraetiee in all the courts of Benton County
and the supreme court of Tennessee. Collections
a specially. o:iy.
S. L. PEELEli,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICK AT THE COURT-HOUSE.
Will Eive careful attention to all business en
trusted to my care. Collections a specialty
Also insurance agent for Knoxville and other
good companies. 1 :ly.
E. 0. GEORGE,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in all the courts of llentou and
adjoining counties and In the Supreme Court of
Tennessee. Special intention giveti collections.
Loteria de la Beneficencia Publica
State of Zaeatecas, Mexico.
A syndicate of capltiilists have secured the con
cession for operating this
and will extend Its business thr':'iiout the
United States and llritisli Awnca.
lielow will be tome! u. list ot the prizes which
will be drawn on
CrurY" 27, 1890,
AT ZACATHCA8, MEXICO,
and continued monthly thereafter.
100,000 Tickets at $10.00; Halves,
$5.00 ; Tenths, $1.00; Ameuican Cun-
LIST OK PRIZES.
1 ritl.K OK .1.TO,0fH1 Is I?lfi0,n00
1 l'Kl.K OK riO.lHK) is 00,000
I l'lU'.K OK 2.r, XK is 41,1)00
3 I'hi.ks ok (K( are ;i,kk)
j 1'hizks ok ft,ooo are 10,000
b Fki.im ok 2,000 are 10,000
10 Phi.ks ok 1, (hk) are 10,000
'20 I'ki.ks of rmo are 10,000
'200 l'KIZKS ok aim are 40,0i(
300 J'ltl.KH OK.
l.K) are .
KN) are .
COO l'HIKKH OK.
1.10 ritiKKA ok Si.V) are
IM l'ltiKH ok lao are
l.K) I'hi.ks ok no are
9J9 Terininal I'mzka of. no are
'Wi ' 524,95(1
Club Rates: 6 Tickets for $50.00.
Special Rates Arranged with Agents.
States and llritisli America.
The payment of Tri.es is guaranteed by a spe
cial deposit of Fivk Munpkkd Thoi mami
buu.AKX witli the State government, Hm a
proved by Jesus Arechlira, novernor.
l)rawiut;s under the personal supervision of
i.ie. Jiernunio Aixenpi, wno is appointeu uy tne
goveruineiit as Interventor.
" I certify that with the State Treasurer all nec
essary guarantees are demtsltcd, assuring full
payment of all prizes of this drawlm;.
'Pi.iiilttnnpu inn ho plllinr hv i,v Vi,i'lf iliviff-
express or registered letter, American money.
Collections can be made by express companies or
bunks. Tickets sent direct to management will
be paid by drafts on New York, Montreal, St.
l'liul, Chlesnro. San Francisco, or City of Mexico.
t or iuriuer iniormaiiou auuress
JUAX I'lEDAD, Manager,
AT THIS OFFICE!
The following time card shows the arrival of
mall ami express trains, tut iiiikh h. ot tne. .ash
ville, Chattanooga, Hint St. l-ooi Itailway. In
eltevt Mays, Inyo:
No. t1, mail, west 0.1!) a. m
No. ra, mail, east t.'.'ii p. in
No. 5.'!. express, west 10.43 p.nt
No. M, express, east M.41 a.m
ARE YOU GOING SOUTH?
ARE YOU GOING NORTH?
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
IK HO TAKK TDK
(liOiilsvllle and Nashville Railroad.)
AM) YOU WILL BK CARKIKD THUOUOH WITH
THE MAXIMUM OF SPEED!
THE MAXIMUM OF COMFOllT
THE MAXIMUM OF SAFETY!
OF RATES !
When buying tickets be sure to ask for and be
certain that they read via. Louisville and Nash-
C. I". Atmork,
(ieneral Passenger Agent
IF YOU AUK OOINU
IK YOU AJ1K OOINO
I .St. Louis, Chicago, Mil-
Natchez, New Orleans,
wauKee, ht. rani,
or any point in the
sure your tick
ets read over
Ask agents for It.
ir Southern Texas
Take none other.
Pullman BuffetSleeperson all Trains
Rest Accommodations and Ktiulpmcnts.
11IS Company owning andoperating lines In
'a "tates, extending from Sioux Kalis, Dak
iev Orleans, La., oners shippers and coii
slgnees of freight superior facilities for bus
iness, and reasonable transportation charges.
Issues through bills lading and guarantees rates
to ami irom all important points.
To obtain prompt and quick service, order your
siupineuis routed via:
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For maps, rites, folders, or uny other Infonmi
tlon. amilv to
A. 11. ITanson, deneral Tassengcr and Ticket
Agent, t nicago. in.
A. .1. Knai-p, Assistant Ceneral Freight and
l'nsseni-'er Agent. Menmiiis. lenn.
H. TroKKii, (ieneral Freight Agent Norther
l, lies, i nicago, in.
I). Is. Molt ky, (ieneral Freight Agentl Souther
Lines, New Orleans, i.a.
T. .1. Hudson, Trame Manager, rnicago, ill.
M. C. Makkham, Assislant Tnillle
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