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AUDUBON TWP.
Clare®cte Dav.'s and
home from Audubon
ing.
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Rudolf Knudsen
Clarence Perry.
wife returned
Sunday even-
J. E. Lewis and family of near
ayton spent the Sabbath at E.
Perry's.
is working for
Fred Cotton is going to run a gro
eery wagon in 'tjh's community every
Tuesday.
There was an agent here Tuesday
selling- machine to cure diseases by
Oxygan treatment. It did not meet
(witli much success in this part of
Ithe country.
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Mrs. Albert Herrick is entertain
ing her sister Zel'a Bills of Anita
this week.
Albert Herricik and wife made a
trip/ west of Anita last Sunday in
tiheir car. Coming back they had
tihe misfortune to break something
tand had to leave the machine in A
mita. Clarence PeTr- went down and
brought them hon e.
Bert Herrick so.d five loads
to Hersley and Dimack Fri.
Fred Beohma is
sore hand.
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Clarence Perry sold his six hun
dred pound hog Friday.
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Maude Penry came home Friday
and stayed till Sunday evening with
her parents. She returned to Exdra
to resume her school work.
nursing a very
E. B. Perry is improving slowly.
Mr. and IMrs. J. W. Row of Cass
Co. were visitors at the Perry home
Sunday. "^**4
Oscar Johnson and wife and Mrs.
i'Mike SmStih were callers at the E.
B. Parry 'home Sunday.
T!herie was a Iheavy
neigihborhcod Sunday
great damage to
fruit.
frost in our
night which
gardens and
Mr?. Chas. Garro. t'e is convalescing
af- er lier long illness.
Yela Bills who has been visiting
her sister M'rs. Bert Merrick is now
making a. visit to another sister,
Mrs. Anderson on the Barney Doff
ing pi C2.
John Li.tttlef'e'd 'made a trip to
Gu'hr Center in l.is car Sunday.
EAST AUDUBON TWP
Jacob Grant marketed
loads oi: hogs last week.
several
Albert Wilson sold his fat cattle
to He sley and Lirnick Friday.
'Fravk Thi'elin vi's'ted his
near Portsmouth. Sur.dey.
sister
William T&bben marketed a
load of hogs Tuesday.
Clyde Boehme sold some
hogs to Hensley and Dimiek.
car-
good
Quite a numlber from this viei
nity attended the barn dance at
Fred Wahjert's Saturday niglu,
Tihe German Lutheran church
people are making preparations for
their annual picnic in June.
LUCERNE. HOW AEEALEA
AliaHa is not so new as suppoSM
ed, as will be seen by the follow^
ing article win'oh was published in
Asl.er Miner's' Alimenac for 1820, al
most a h/undrjad years ago:
"Tfhlis girasB is said to be a nat
ive of France, and thrives well in
warm climates. In Fran'ce it is high
ly esteemed, as it ought to be,
iwililerever it will growt It is veryi
productive. Perhaps half an acre of
ground, welil managjed, will produce
enougih to keep one horse fat dur
ing the sumimer.
On a small scale, for feedin'g a
tew horses and cows during the
sumrmer, it is far superior to
•Mil
CIOYH
er. It will last for many years, and,
If managed well ,w)ill continue vig
orous and luxuriant. Olovpr soon
•wears out, and requires re-sowing.
Tihie second crop of clover salivates
and le then very objectionable. Lu
cerne to free firom that bad qnaJity.
Lucerne star.ds dry weather better
than clover and there is notching
a hlorse is fonder of, or t'hiat keepo
/i£m to better condition. It is said
to be peculiarly beneficial to jaded
and worn down" iiore'is- and for
milk oows there is notlhiing super
ior.
Whene persons hlave extAisivje
grazing fields they do not feed the
cow® in saimimier but inii the neiglht
borlhiood of towns', wlhere tlifsy do
feed thlem', nothing i& better tiilan,
lucerne. The cultivation is very
easy. It is plroper to have tihe
ground well prepared by previous
culture, and made nMn It sliiould
ibya sowed' in drrillis. about two feet
apart, arid keptt very clean the first
jyeair. After that, a little cultivation
iwill' do. It Qerbainily is better to
keep it always free from weeds and
otihier grasses but tihe lucerne
growB so rapdd'y thlat very few
grosses oani injuria it.
Fertnaps wlhlte clover will do
more harm than anytihHlng else, as
tfchat mixes in witlh the roots of the
lucerne, arid can not be stifled and
Is not eeeily extiirpated. $
Alfter1 thje first year, one" spading
or plowing, iri the sportng will be.
sufficient. It will grow two or fchiree
feet long and if the snmimjer is mot.
very dry, may be out four or fivje
times.
it sometimes tires —ifihat is, by
tutting too frequjeoi'tliy, itihe roots
become weak arid do not sihbot up
Juxuriiently. It is thjem necessary to
let on© crop' grow up, and remain
uncut. Instead of cutting 4 times
cut only three and let tihe fourth
remain tihe roots thj&n renew their
strength', and next season act vigor
ously.
A mani who hias 2 or 3 acres of
•ground near a town', and keeps a
JDorse and a cow, wall fiind it very
convenient to hlave half an acre iin
lucerne hns horse wtE be constant
ly feasting, and he saves many a
ihtalf barrel of corn. And from c^.
perienSe it is found thlat a slices,
wliii:ih are- usually tliroavji away,
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nii3ke the veiy best manure that can day.
lbfc applied.
Lucerre is tihe
Sow a few acres.
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1 BUM PEOPLE
WITH Uffl HID mil
According to a count made in
tihie Kforary o.f congress recently ouir
federaJl and state legislatures pass
ed 62,014 statutes during tihe five
years firom 1909 to 1913 dmclusiive.
Evein greater than tOiis multiiplicityi
of laiws was tihe vast mass1 of decit
^•'lopsj of court o-f last resort, fed
eral amd state, wlhiiclhi duirinig tUie
feame fiitve yealrs reaiohedi the enor
puous itotal of 65,379 and njotw filll
630 volumes'.
Amdi yet ignorance of the law?—i
itn a thousand volumes'—Does Not
Excuse.
•If our laws a)rei legitoirii .«now,
Wflrat Is to be expected wlheai), in
tilmes to come, women are sent to
legislative bodies by tllieir balloting1
s'ister6 and' eni'hlusiiaeticalily apply
themselves to the fascinating bui
Biness of piling' up tihe statutesi.
Their efforts to tmake man over and
th^UEt into hdni' a thkjusanid virtuea
b!y means tof tihe poiliiceman's club,
seem toi be amiilnously forsslhadowed.
WasMngton, D. C. —Reports from
Viemiia, Austraia, are that members
of the Hiapsburg famiily, tihe royal
family of Austria, not including En
peiror Francis Joeerto, puirc.luased in
tllie Uriited States diurinig February
real estate and American stocks to
the value of 70,000,000 crownsi a
bout $17,500,000.|
Clarksburgi W. Va. —Mrs. Kathe
iDart was struck and fatal! injured
ait Barnes Groes'mg near liere1 by
tihe same engine that struiok and in
stantly fc'U'ed UlyEs:s E. Waters at
a neiiigJuboiriinig crossir® th'e same
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we can from its consequences
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Audubon County Journal May 20.
Oorder, Premideat
John JicDnnJciB, Vice President
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Automobile and motorcycle tires, tubes and accessories.
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