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FEBRUARY 8, 1S06 .
&6o Nobraskt. Indopondont
PAGE 13
TcncrifTe Canary Grass
What would you think if told that there is
one of the most profitable farm crops which
can be grown in any part of the country and
still which is not grown anywhere? It is a plant
that EVEHTBODY KNOWS AND NOBODY GROWS.
The farmers are just beginning to wake up to
the great importance of new crops, and quite
a number of items like Dwarf Kssex Kape.
Speltz, Alfalfa, Cow Peas and Kaffir Corn
which were almost unknown twenty years ago
are now covering thousands of acres of land.
INTO THE BAND WAGON
SENATOR MILLARD MAKES LEAP
AT LAST MOMENT.
But He Still Has a Kindly Feeling
For the Railways and Hopes the
President Will Be .as Easy With
Them as Possible.
The U. S. Dept. of Agriculture made an anal
ysis of the hay last September which was as
follows: Moisture 13.77; Ash 5.42; Ether Extract
2.65; Protein Bodies 6.54; Crude Fibre 21.98; Nit
rogen Free Extract 49.64. In their repovt the
Dept. of Agriculture states this analysh com
pares very favorably with that of many of the
leading grasses, and in so far as a chemical an
alysis can show it indicates that Canary Grass
is decidedly nutritious. While we have no de
finite report as to the actual weight of hay pro
duced per acre, still we have no doubt that it
will yield twice as much as Timothy or fully
equal to Cierman or Japanese Millet, and a pe
culiarity is that the grass seems to be of about
as nutritious quality after the seed is matured
and has been threshed out.
The Teneriffe Canary Grass is being introduce
ed this year by the Iowa Seed Co., of Des
Moines, Iowa, and f eehng sure that our readers
will be interested in this crop, we have made
arrangements with them to mail a small sample
of the seed to you free, if you mention this pap
er in your request, and they will also send with
same directions for cultivating, and a copy of
their large illustrated catalogue which describ
es many other choice novelties in farm, vesre-
t.ahlft and flowr sf1s Tin tint apt t.hia nnnf us
ed with other varieties of Phalarus which pro
duce a similar grain but are inferior in produc
tiveness and quality. If you are going to try
is, insist on having the true Teneriffe Canary
Grass Seed.
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75c per 100.
. $5. per 1,000. -
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sun-scald, hot winds, etc. as
they are in winter against cold
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rabbits and mice ruin, your
trees, -
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Washington, Feb. 4. Senator Mil
lard has given out the following pre
pared statement replying to a Ne
braska newspaper that asserted that
he had not for a year been on , the
best of terms with the president:
"Nothing could be further from the
truth. The story must have been in
vented by some one who is unfriendly.
Why, only within the last week or ten
days President Roosevelt took occa
sion to say to me that he considered
me one of hi3 staunchest friends in
the senate.
Strong Partisan
"Republicans throughout the state
know that I am a stroner nartisan
that I always support the republican
ticket (as the record will show.) and
that I have always supported the re
publican administration. It is mv
purpose to continue to support admin
istration measures in the senate which
include statehood for the territories,
the Philippine tariff reduction, the
railway rate question and all- aues
tions of party policy urged by the
president upon the consideration of
the senate. I shall vote with my party
in all cases. -
Justice to the Railroads
"As my residence in Nebraska ante
dates the advent of most of the citi
zens of the state, having settled in
the-territory in 1857. I believe I know
the people and the people have come
to know me. Some of them know, as
1 . do, what it is to reside in a region
without railroads; and the value of
railroads to the business interests and
to the farmers and the uplift they give
to land value everywhere. -While rail
way men in many cases have done
things they should not have done, it
is none the less true that the great
wealth of Nebraska is in an important
degree due to the help of the rail
ways in getting our products to mar
ket, . and in many other ways. This
fact should be recognized by men of
all parties.
"Conceding that abuses have grown
up in the method of making railroad
tariffs which call for restrictive legis
lating, we must not forget that the
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railroads are entitled to fair treatment
at the hands of congress, notwith
standing they do things at times that
we cannot commend. My opinion is
that the railway is entitled to -the
same consideration that is due any
great corporation, large business con
cern or individual nothing less, noth
ing more.
, Position of the Senator
"My position in this regard is in
harmony with that of President Roose
velt, who in his message at the open
ing of congress, suggesting' remedial
legislation in the interest of shippers,
used this language: ; -
"'Let me most earnestly say that
these recommendations are not made
In any spirit of hostility to the rail
roads. On ethical grounds, on grounds
of right, .such hostility would be in
tolerable and on the grounds of mere
national self-interest we must remem
ber that such hostility would tell
against the welfare of not merely
some few rich men, but of a " multi
tude of small investors, a multitude of
railway employes, wageworkers; and
most severely against the interests of
the public as a whole. I believe that
on the whole our railroads have done
well -and not ill; but the railroad men
who wish to do well should not b
exposed to competition with those who
have no such desire, and the only
way to secure this end is to give to
some government; tribunal the power
to see that justice is done.'
"Business men throughout Ne
braska know that I am disposed to be
conservative in expressing views on
any Important subject of legislation.
In respect to a revision of the inter
state commerce law, there "is every
reason to believe that the senate will
adopt such amendments to the stat
utes as will meet the approval of the
president and the people of Nebraska
In my judgment, the new legislation
will not be radical, but will be based
upon the principle of the square deal,
to which I pledge my best endeavors,
regardless to what the result may be
to my political fortunes."
Friendly to Both Sides
The senator s private secretary,
through whom this statement comes,
adds for himself: , '
"Senator Millard's best friends will
understand this. While he is friendly
with the railway interest, he is equally
friendly with the business interests
and producers of Nebraska, and he will
treat every interest fairly, whether it
be that of citizen, firm or corporation.
If the good citizens of Nebraska will
wait until the railroad rate bill comes
up in the senate this session they will
have every reason to be satisfied with
Senator Millard's action in regard to
It." :
LAWSON HAS MANY PROXIES
Insurance Policyholders Put Faith
In Boston Man
Boston, Feb. . 3. Thomas, W. Law-
son left this city for Chicago today
armed with a 'large number of proxies
made out to Mr. La wson by policy
holders of the Equitable, New York
Life and Mutual Life Insurance com
panies. It is Lawson's intention to
deliver the proxies to a committee
made up of governors of the Middle-
west and west proper who have as
sembled in Chicago to discuss insur
ance reform. -
Before his departure Mr. Lawson
declined to outline the policy he pro
poses to advocate, and he also refused
to disclose the identity of the gover
nors to whom he will deliver his
proxies, who are said to be in accord
with him in his campaign for improve
ment in the method of conducting
the affairs of insurance companies.
A large number of clerks have
been engaged in Mr. Lawson's office
for several months for the sole pur
pose of collecting and classifying
these proxies, and the number now
n his possession is said to be suffi
ciently great to command a voice in
the affairs of three companies.
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