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HOW AND, WEN TO PRUNE BUNCH GRAPES
(Two branches of grape vines that grew side by side in the same row.
That on the left was properly pruned. That on right was not pruned at all.)
The habits of growth and fruit- injured. he following inter (after
bearing of the bunch grape make it Colstilttig the tAlis) remove the
easy to prune and the work can be weakest of the three canes and cut
back( those remaining, one at the first
done much more systematically than wire td the other at the to) wire.
w ith most other fruits. l"1urthel'llO'O, Securely tied to the wires, they form
It will stand very severe pruning with- the permanent trunks of the vino.
out injury. The fruit is borne on new In the third year, select two strong
shoots fromi the preceling year's canes coning out near the extremity
growth and unless the vine is coin- of each trunk and rain them along
tinually cit back, tile fruiting area0 the wires In opposite ditions to
will beome 'arthr remc' tovdol fi'rotn the fort arms. Then shorten them back
tunin swinl each yeuar an1d will pr(lduc to a length f two, ii1., 01 four feet,
bun.g. 11:!1.0(e caitne&. whilsh srVe 0no this clt'ieuiolitg on the vigor of the
purpto other than to convey phnt vine. All 0thl('ie are (lit off ('10e
foold to the mo n' e (1111( fr'ulit1i'arin to the I u'u i.
1):'ts. .oreavit, ii ih. 'ito is left to Prunin i n the fourt anl suhse
itelf, 1 :-'1e fruit 11 foimI him0)1 the (( 111 yta. ('l15Ll't ill cu ttg hack
pbut i-::i prop : dev 0lo . Th im
1; t1 -; :1 1'1.1I :'i T i(' sill :,('\ tAllt'S to t o 1) tools or' 'lltl i~lv 10.
potin:t ob. is ini prui iml;, the . are' Il\itg t e .1111 y (1ti1g t el u
to ': t thl II:c-. i 11b ;I : 1' ns woo-l inl the! .:d 1'1;11 1'1' lil(, t l!e t l,1
r l:i -t s: l 1 i':;it th' iwir- tics. it is nut always possile to
In: tofeil n r !is to1 : ::hil, *itycalsc o t' pio
the vine to ir:'-l',' "' i'"'eIod icide lie1( Of a strong c:al to take its
fiuit. Not :i:'u'1 0: , vi-:\ ' ar'e al- i'!a . On fthe 01 tier h . Ihe pr'1
low"d '(' I i !0ch im:- I n ' g W e' sill ('O t o l , D u tw wl
andt t1 I h t' i= it ..)lmase tnt wa;r' of lu ,c ltin d i o g I tl, w l
enolgy inl i1..1 p'm''luetioll of m:atny' clo e a IlItick. Objectionale mass of
.sm all, infi''io' biunch s.t': For i-st r)x'1 0'e ; ' to n('c'htlllulate IlOIg l' itI'15.
suits. our coinmon va i- i ' ore than I1( 11.I((5l'l~( a s o (O11il
wtir years (obii should b.- ; iteo a t i' ::'a l plit wit the spur te- sto
io bar11" not more.1 than lom urn t'ud oi 111te'e'h stit the riiing to
to ot e ltillh tit llt ':," tic' Vigou' too lne:'al form ot t-e uilte'.
'The method of pl11unig is dctermih- Ill 1 es 't ' it :''uns cost to prune
pd in rt)1't by the kind of training :ln .1111 to spurs, thin them to a cis
1)ract iced. The'e ari( several good tallic ot ix to tight tlll''s ltli't 1.)
systems . One of the si mple'st, which pro vet tic' setting o1 lore fi that
is also One of the bost for the Souti. the vine can roperly devc'!op.
is that known as the double Knilffiii The het tinse to prune the hunch
syste m of training. in which ar" de- grape is il spying, just before tle .bds
veloped I wo trunks, each of which tome 011. 1)o not deliy until tle
carries t wo arms trained to a t vo- season is too far ldvai('ed. 'I'lit
ivire trellis. pruning produces rests is show In
l'sc a One- or two-year-old vine fori the acclll Ilyiig 11tt'lo l, the
Iratnsplinting and cut back the top to only i fference betweei these Iwo
three or fourt' strong bucds. That vig- bunches being that the vine of one
3rous ennlies may be produced, rub off was ted, whl that of tle other
all shoots that appe(ar during summer, wsnt
except the strongest three. Only two F. J. CiI l':R,
:,hoots a1re necessary, but It Is well Associate Professor of tortitulttre,
to leave threo, In case one should lie cleso Agft icultuice College.
REPAIRING FARM MACHINERY I~n1 .iOi~ J'iiNTIEIIs
back ths eaining, QOneAThIrNSt
Don't Walt Until Spring Rush Begins
But See to It Beforehand That im- ''ire intltig houses thougtout the
pleinents are in Good Condition. coultry are withdrawiig quotations
on ll sorts of prntiks an substitut
I ia\ ' you forgotten abnut that brok- the iew tre0 at s lebstantal advances
en piec(0. lost. ost orI' loo, 1111 0!1 01ne oner the old nices On a xcout. of Iti
of thle In 11011 :1tilat. you 111ntded increased chaiges beirg macI fos Ie
.1 c!''t V Ii ltie fo' scll hins.o 'a lenth of'l 11wo, the, or four fiet
th.g'S tis no an thet vigor of te
11(1 t \~ 1 ce l!t,'~'' ci c- tlot w i n e Alaw otheras anti uthof close
it. 1 l'runing ingthei:fourth aorksbbsen
illI ie' P A i>; tlb 'cdli':it~' t nt'wav tsto to bt~udos lnielsre
to e A-iliilllcc~t 'cn' iir''~rI h eing the' ane isbntig tem gout
iclIO hih 0es. I hit not alwaiysapoisiblec''
to ic oril'led'? lii. i,& c you a tot .t Onc tcg' i t er h n. -t le prtic)
~~~'i'c'i.: 01' tV.ir) of cutt~tc iie 110 f ie' lli t ttit0 ac ta t the jwo
tot' youutinyeontintc'l I linpattie.nwill
Ii oil~lsc!'e~lday o 1110wen lcaui 'l)tse a tidk objtioale man s of uc
gi i t fal. Vh ii ouordr tepa rsl~iW .11 te nI sumit a3'o t ie ams.
at ucha i 110 3'il~~'llII idtha oh et ewl1 p l wioh te apr mieth
ci' ae ditg lkeise Tte atufa- oi 1 indttheby i the fol'ting at
Itirt'siilC rshe wIIiiordl'sand the ior e eerina le fom otihe v ine
dela Isoftti uchtha yci ae d'I n arad It sm hl thugh that dih
to pll'clase new achie. NWtprces f'ix t beightc ioes whilre te
Isprthent thetoettitt oft your frilil than
and ut ii yor orlel fornecesar m n go i a gopealy deghelo.
pars. uo fThe btet whoesae bunh
and elloild mnt nly lieas coIs e outttt.n tranot d'ecly isntid ah
effc~ecyandleigti f lfe bu aseian shtowongfar advaed. Ti'e
lessnste pwer cesaryto prunceing prus ed. reTis shown tna
ate it. tleacngoanyngeilIain he
Aftorinspctin an Iplemnt nhes businss thad ahevnc ofoe
pars, ntIshrpoimi (111 bldes wamst urnobtailae that le the other
willprevnt te Irnfrm rut~ng And o $20ta Pofmsor aof orstilture,
log thae life of n Icaseent sevrld be n CemitonuAgrtieculure Collee.
years. Walt Ul Sritng tReush Beilngs fol's
A. STtoI.Bfoehn hAD wilim-ae ,, ot'at a n
Clemon Am'icltur Colege he fimnt ousmothouasu theu
pleens ae nGodConiton' conry ar~~e, withdranyins uta ns e
en piee. lo~t holt ar.lany putoncon
aToen i ( toiuingk wotter? gre this ssoi sc~tl on oml
Iltan!y ofvitime fr Ctnsi College a,'e mprta eaanie
bl it n:il' be Apply -: lto' 't jthem atedvlpd ocs~t ~h t
the'i lae unfld ind a tofiworka beoinino ~e ' nmkn lahn
ri tl ftl t is ccl. for Iii~ e the t'hier
C~liiiiuii aui t~e sveriy o lon alle' harte bfeer bntig nd substtat
(Ij~.U~i il I 'mllethenumer j over11 tics oldirigte onacti. mon this
ableto pi'y ee'ytwowees u incretatsedi charket bis beendemforh
'thefrui be~ns o rien.Itlakrt ing thi raccontrs for the shrae
'i he met cmmonand estrcties of 41 lhlYiad the veys usgh in thes
inie os grpe the Sol. rin a.y fss hchmcl.
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is offering many choice,
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+ -. and they would be pleased to
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Footwear that is way above the
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We Dress Feet rather than
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Home of Better Shoes
Within the past week the price of
newspaper has adnlieed lon enis
per hindired polinds. 'The price of l i(
1a(slo 'aV anct ve ry sharply in
Ilhe past few m(onths. type metal has
almost trebled in cost diring the past
ea r. (lter su plies used evry day
in the newspaper business have ad
vaneed in (osl accordingly.
And yet the subseriptin price of
lbis paper remains at Ire same filgure,
and tliere has heen on advance in the
advertising rates. oiu 'are paying
more for you r groceries, your Cloth
ing, your gasoline and everything Csc
that you use, with the exception of
your newspaper and youir newspaper
adverltising space than you have ever
There is no moral to this story.
It's Just to remind you that along
with the rest of you who are feeling
the effects of increased prices, the
newspapers are getting their share
of the experience.-Anderson Intelli
A Little Blossom
ToDeIght the Nome
Whnit is flown that In the near
future the home is to be blessed with a
new arrival the first
thought sh o u I d b e
"Mother's Pr i e n d."
This is an external
remedy gently applied
over th ostomach mus.
eles. It makes them
firm and pliant, they
expand naturally with
out unduo strain. It
removes from the
nerves thoso influ.
ene 1s whieh are re.
Aponsible for much of
the Pin incident to the
pe od o CVectancy. It Li for this reason
that much of .the (.'tress such as aornlng
sickness Is avokted. .ill prospective fathers
should seo to it that wt expcetanlt mofthc
N provided with a bottlo of "JMlher'.
The directions nre simple. fiet it at r .
c'irg store. It is applied 1y the ex ccLit.i
(:.other herse!f, it penetrates delerpt y and ai
f:rds qudck and spiendici ret!e; in a m'o
gratifying manner and reflects a ': ric: !
hettermlent to the nervous dispositlon oth
bahy. Don't fall to get a bottle of " ,! . C'
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or a pretty little book brimnfli of iufo-lrmlt.
lion for expcclant mut'..taa. It 1 '
t read it.
', the national
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4 tobacco for
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jim and makin's
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worth a lot to your peace of mind and
Bry ric |"l"r allove tongue I
boa~e, 6cl ld e ine, 10c j
pound and alfand n Get the idea of smoking all you want
humido r--and-iha cli a41e
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