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MM HELD GAKDEN
SUBJECTS OF IMPORTANCE TO SU
BURBAN AND COUNTRY READERS
Argument In Faror of Fall Flowing for
Oat and Uarlejr Ulra ctloiis for Bun
i nlDff tlia llow to ai to Drain tha Soil
I of Superfluous Water
Joseph Harris has tho following to say
In Amorloan Agriculturist on fall plow
ing
It Ls of great lmportanco to sow barloy
and onto early In tho spring A fow days
difference in the time of sowing often
makes all the difference botween a good
crop and n poor one and what n differ
ence that is all experienced f armors know
It is not morely the loss of all profit from
our labors but the land is foul with
woods and in poor condition generally
My own land varies considerably in
character Much of it is rolling land
the knolls being sandy whllo the lower
edgos of tho knolls aro raoro or less clayey
and the valleys between the knolls vary
from a dark sand to a sandy loam and a
clayey loam Perhaps theso terms do not
convey a distinct meaning All I wish
to show Is that the soil varies consider
ably and requires different methods of
working To got part of a field into good
condition for Dats or barley in the spring
requires throe or four times tho labor re
quired on other parts On such land as
this say a Gold that has been in corn the
post season and on which one intends to
sow oats in tho spring I find an immense
advantage from fall plowing As soon as
tba corn U cut and while it is standing
f in stooks V the field if I havo time 1
like to start the plows on the land be
tween the rows of stooks and finish plow
ing af tor the corn and stalks are removed
On strong land 1 put throe horses oa
tho plow and turn up a good deep fur
row and leave tho subsoil on top where
it is exposed to the ameliorating action
of tho air and frosts of winter Such fall
plowod land is cleaner and much more
easily prepared for spring crops than if
it had not been plowed In plowing for
corn my practice is to plow around the
field and thus avoid having dead fur
rows Out in plowing in tho fall for
spring crops 1 can if necessary make
narrow lands and by connecting the
dead furrows with tho necessary outlets
J can get rid of a large quantity of water
in tho early spring Thcso narrow lands
by running u gang plow bo as to fill up
the dead furrows are easily leveled
down and by cross harrowing with an
Acmo or other harrow tho land can soon
bo got ready for tho drilL I drill in 150
to 00 pounds of superphosphates with
the barley and oats and havo reason to
oxpect a good orop and the land after
tho oats or barloy is harvested is in bet
ter condition for plowing for wheat than
if it had not been well and deeply plowed
the fall previous
In advocating fall plowing what is
particularly in my mind is not sod land
but laud on which a crop of corn or po
tatoes or beans or roots had been grown
and which was intended for oats or bar
ley in tho spring Little or nothing was
said about plowing sod land in the fall
on my own farm of loto years at any
rate I seldom if ever plow sod land in
the fall and that not from theoretical
reasons only but because thore is not
titno and because further sod land can
bo plowed in tho spring at times when
Other land is too wet and sticky to work
to advantago
Renovating Old Meadow
It often happens that old meadows be
come unprofitable the grass of monger
growth and or Inferior quality When a
meadow falls off in productivenesarnsa
farmers suppose that the soil laJtrZI
lC iVMK toft Mrtfis no longer
ablo to produce profitable crops This
says Itural Home is in many cases a
mistake Thore is no question that grass
as well as other crops if cut and removed
year after year will impoverish the soil
but not as fast as is generally supposed
The meager growth is due to the close
ness of plants and theso meadows are
thickly matted so as to form a compact
sod Now all that is necessary to restore
such a meadow to a stato of profitable
productiveness unless the soil is so far
wom as to be tho cause of the unproduct
iveness Is to thin out some of the growth
which is readily done by passing over the
moadow with a sharp toothed harrow
By this operation the sod is lacerated
the superfluous grass killed and as a re
sult the remaining plants make a luxu
riant growth This may bo dono either
in tho fall or in the spring
It is well or even necessary to pass over
the meadow with a heavy roller as the
harrowing makes the sod rough and If
this bo allowed to remain the crop cannot
bo cut so low as it might bo or small pieces
of sod are suro to get into the hay and
this is certainly not desirable A judi
cious application of well rotted barn yard
manure applied as a top dressing just af
ter harrowing will greatly increase the
productiveness of tho meadow especially
if it bo old and qulto worn A disc har
row will answor but a harrow with teeth
is preferable
Seratatioi in Ilorwi
Years ago 1 had a horse affected by
scratches I tried many recommended
remedies without success Knowing
from experience that plno tar would
euro chapped hands I applied it to the
cracked and sore parts and only throe
applications were necessary to effect n
comploto euro Sinco then I have sev
eral times applied it with equally good
results It Boftens tho diseased parts
and keeps out moisturo and dirt I do
not want a better remedy and were 1
to add anything to it in obstinate cases
it would be a very Httlo pulverized blue
vitrioh Cor Rural New Yorker
r - k Standard for drain
A bill to provide for establishing a
uniform standard for wheat corn oats
barloy and other grains has been report
ed And recomendod to tho national house
of representatives by tho committee on
agriculture Tho president of the Na
tional Partners Alliance is credited with
thn ntntamont that a standard for Brain
is as important m a standard for
monoy
Mew Torhora Aro Afraid of Wire
Atiow practical application of elec
tricity is an apparatus to light cigars
Tho machine fa connected by a wire
with ono of the ordinary light currents
and by touching a button a small but
bright electric spark is produced at
which one can ignite tho ordinary rod
raturotod with alcohol Ono of these up
poratus had just been placed upon the
cigar counter of a big down town res
taurant Its use was somewhat unfa
miliar to tho habituos of tho place and I
was told to watch them As various
gentlemen finished their lunch they
usually approached the cigar stand to
light their weeds
In several cases they hesitated to ap
ply the rod to tho electric spark even
after the process was oxplained to them
although tho handlo of the rod was evi
dently composed of hard rubber or somo
other insulated material Finally an
elderly gentleman approached tho ma
chine and ou being told how it worked
Insisted on holding the point st the rod
abont two inches away from tho light
giving as an explanation hie disinclina
tion to monkey with electric currents
A b Zander hnl finally to light it for
klffl This goes to show that tho public
U somewhat Afraid of lire wir New
rivmnmr
CiDER MAKINQ
Mow to Obtala a Clear and Flnelr la
voreal nTrs from Good Applet
First see that tho apparatus to bo used
is clean and sweet Tho npplos may bo
propared for expressing the juice oither
by squeezing or crushing as in tbo old
ways of cider making or by some of the
modem processes that roduco tho fruit
to a finer pulp Whatever may bo galnod
in speed a slow process of crushing
where the fruit only comes in contact
with wood will excel in quality There
are various forms of scrow presses from
which ono can be selected to suit the cir
cumstances of the coso
Tho pomooo should remain overnight
or at least several hours in tho rccolving
trough before being pressed Tho cheese
as it is called consists of the pomaco con
fined in press clots or more commonly
among farmers a succession of layers
held in place under tho screws by clean
straight straw turnod over the edge of
each layer in a manner familiar to all
rural cider makers The juico being ex
pressed it at once becomes important to
free it as completely as possiblo from the
particles held in solution Those by
their decomposition hasten and Increase
tho vinous fermentation which if not
properly treated will be soon followod
by tho vinegars toga This process should
begin by straining or filtering the juico
before fermentation sets in
A convenient filter moy be modo from
a clean tight barrel with n faucet
through a stave near the bottom Take
out tho other head and fit in a false bot
tom with holes thickly bored through it
just above the faucet Lay some nar
row wooden1 strips crosswise over the
false bottom to hold up the coarse oloth
first laid over it On this place a layer
of cotton wool then anothor coarse
doth to be followod by three or four
Inches of very clean straw then cloths
and straw alternately until the barrel is
three fourths full when well pressed
down Straining through a layer of
cleanly washed finely broken charcoal
or pure sand ls another method
If tho filtered juice can bo put into
largo casks holding three or four barrels
and standing upright with open heads
for a short timo until fermentation be
gins it will be much better than to bar
rel it at once These casks should be
provided with faucets a fow inches from
tho bottom through which the clear el
der can be drawn off leaving another
quite large deposit of fino sediment un
disturbed Tho scum on the top should
be slimmed off aa occasion requires
Tho cider should then bo barreled and
kept in a cool place as tightly bungod
as the fermontation which will still
continue for a time will admit Under
the best system of cleansing it from im
purities early made cider unless it can
bo kept in an uncommonly low tempera
ture or is treated with chemicals or
scaldsd to kill fermentation will grow
too acid to be agreeable The later ci
der making can be deterred the better
tho cidor will bo as a boverago and tho
longer It will keep says Tho New York
World authority for tho foregoing
Corning Heef
First cover the meat for tho space of
twenty four hours with briue strong
enough to barely float an egg then take
it out and wash it in cold water pressing
It with tho bands so as to squeeze out
all the blood The briue that has been
used should then be thrown ay5ylsit
Is the blood that is sottatned In
thfl iilclrln thit cm u
-- 18C3 u mi suur nnu
spoiL Becond plcWe a triflo
woake the flrst in vhich you have
t wlved three pounds of brown sugar
and two ounces of saltpeter to a hundred
pounds of beef or in theso proportions
forinnaller quantities Should a scum
appear on tho surface before tho meat is
used up the brine must bo scalded and
skimmed and poured back when quite
cold The package containing it should
be kept in a cool placo and tho meat
should always bo kept under tho brine
When from neglect a portion of the beef
remains out of the brine for a day or two
it will affect it unfavorably for this
reavn it should bo frequently examined
and should never bo left in that con
dition
Proper Temperature In Setting Milk
On the question of proper temperature
in setting milk Professor Henry reports
Milk set at 40 legs for eleven hours
threw up all but 441 of 1 per cent
while milk at 45 degs left 27 per cent
of butter in the skim milk Setting
at 00 degs as compared with 45 degs
showed a loss from 88 to 10 per cent
and 55 degs shows that tho range of loss
is from 158 to 80 per cent over that set
at 45 degs
Thlags That Are Told
The American Cultivator says that it
is a mistaken notion that deep seeding is
somehow a protection against winter
killing by the ground heaving and thaw
ing Experience and observation are
largely curing farmers of this delusion
A correspondent Jn The Now York Ex
aminer says that his way if protecting
sheep from dogs is to uoubo them at night
and let them run in pasture -with a herd
of horned cattlo in the day time He
keeps no dog and his cattlo look on all
dogs as enemies ond mako short work of
them when thoy como near
All stone fruits are claimed to bo bene
fited by potash fertilizers more than by
the application of manure
A now roof may be expensive but it is
cheaper than damp stables or barns and
sick animals The animals hve no warm
stoves in winter and dryness is therefore
essential
Dr Hoekins of Vermont says that ho
regards the Switzer applo as nearest per
fection in quality almost equal to the
Famensc -larger free from spots tho
tree very hardy and a frco and elegant
grower Tho prolific sweeting like somo
other fruits termed prolific is remark
ably unproductive
Roup may generally be traced to want
of cleanliness impropor ventilation or
endue exposure and tho poultryinan who
has provided against these causes is rea
sonably safe against the roup
A TraekloM Sir Oar
An exhibition ran of the corotto a
diminutive street car without a track
which has been in use in Chicago for
several weeks was given the other after
noon Tbo carette is light and easy in
motion and no jolting or discomfort was
felt in riding in It along tho part cobble
stone paving of Chestnut street It can
not run on the ordinary street car track
the distance between the wheels being
greater than the cor track width It
avoids delays or blockades and stopa at
the curb to receive or discharge passen
gers It seats twenty persons is drawn
by two horses and has a conductor and a
driver It is said to bo very popular in
Chicago among ladies and children
Philadelphia Times
An Ununlilied fttory
If ono Springfield baby didnt havo trie
colic ono night recently it is because
grapes agree with some infants One of
the many baby carriages that line tho
sidewalk while mother are shopping
was pushed against a irul stand the othor
afternoon By leaning oyer its occupant
could Just riiacli the purple closters in a
basket And then one by one the grapes
went down babys throat and just ns
the UIU ettc cli4 for another cluster
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Ar Ilondonon 1020 am 360 pm
Ar Corydon 1047 am 433 pm
Ar MorganSeld 1125 a mi 600 pm
Ar DoKoron 1207 pm
Ar Sturgls ia21 pm
Ar Marion 120 pm
Ar Princeton 230 pm
TRAINS GOING NORTH
No 2 No 4
Lr Princeton 430 pm
Ar Marion 530 pm
Ar Sturgla 628 pm
Ar DeKoren 041pm
Ar Morganflold 650 am 70 pu
Ar Corjdon 733 a in 755 pm
Ar Henderson 805 am 820 pm
Ar Evansvlllo 000 am 901 pm
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MorganSeld for Unlontown at 520 pm
arriving at Unlontown at 550 pm
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Unlontown at 600 am arriving at Mor
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1100 am
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Trains Loavo Princeton
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Breeds Registered
DUROC JERSEY HOGS
If rou want the vory best stock writo or
tall on hlinrlt bla farm lie guarantees
his stock io bo as represented
For Sule
178 acres 185 cleared and 75 acres
in grass 80 acres tobacco land Two
sots of dwellings ono two rooms
good cistorn tbo other four rooms
two good deters good tobacco and
stock barn Tho placo is Buscopti
blo of a division and will mako two
farms It is located 8 miles north of
Manon on Stato road Prio 82000
Ono tbird cash balanco in ono and
two years with 6 per cent interest
or ono balf down and will take a
span of horses or mules
J M ilcChcsnoy
A E Brown
Salem Ky
FARM FOR SALE
78 acres oft Dry Fork crook near
Oodar Grovo church 6 J miles b w of
Salem 40 acres cleared and undor
fence tho remainder in fair timber
Good double log houso good stables
barns oto
Price 9650 one half cash balanoe
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from Functional Derangement
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DISTILLERS OF
Old Fashion Fire Copper Whisky
OLD I IICKROYi
This brand of Whisky Is made expressly furour taiUll trade in this and itiljololnp
counti and no oxenso or labor Is spared In Its manufacture Wo also use thi
beat selected grain a large portion of Which is sm ill grain rye and barley ah
rhlsky is recommended by most physicians in tholr pructlco A good stock al
lways onhnds and for salo at lowest rates at distlllory Persons needing pure II
uor for medicinal purposes will find it to their intorast to use this liquor
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THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY
Tnrludlntr main lines branchos and oxtennlona East Mid West ot toa
town MlivnaaDall Tat Pftui and lntorvonlnr towns and cltloa lt ti ho
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MARNiriCENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
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at Beaoonable hours and at modarato prices
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F0R3QYEAJKU SUCCESS
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Mr M M Kcsncrson Dorsey County Ark
says I can certify to the fact that Hughs
Tonic Is tho best chill tonic I uror tried
1 consider it better than quinine
Cures Chronic Crscs
H VaMoDonald Uural Hill Miss wrltol
Vourtonlo for Ohills and fever lias not
or failed yet and I have told it ta a num
ber of chronio casos It cures them every
timo
Ask for Routes Tonic aid take No Otter
Prco 50c Si por bottle
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Daltoxi - CS a
WHAT IS CLAIMED FOR IT
Capacity 4 to 6 tons a day
Only 8 men and 1 horse
Jtequired to run U
Only weighs about 1200 pounds
Workmanship fully Guaranteed
Cdsling less than one half the
Price of any other press
Made of same capacity
Can make from 7o to 150 oalei
day vnth three or four men and onlg
one horse required lo pull it down
Bales 18x22 10x20 and lx20 inches
weighing 75 and 120 pounds and
over For information call on
Pierce Hon Marion Kv or ad
dress J JI Dyer Son Sturgis Ky
Sole Agents for Union Webster
Crittenden JJavis and Henderson
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