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LINCOLN COUNTY TIMES
Published every I'bursday ul Jerome
Idaho, by
A. C. Alexander, Editor
BUBSt RIPTION , $3. OU PER YEAR
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Entered us second-class
March 9, 1911, at the post office at
Jerome, Idaho, under the
March 3, 187 9.
act of
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Weefcly Program
THURSDAY, JANUARY OTH
2"Reel Sennett Comedy
''Eight for Million^"
Ptttlie News
FRIDAY, JANUARY KITH
"Old Wives for New"
By Cecil DeMUle
Also Comedy
SATURDAY, JANUARY
"Old Wives for New" r
By Cecil DeMUle
Also Comedy
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SUNDAY, JANUARY J2TH
"Juan die Woman"
Featuring Geraldine Farrar
Also Dray 1'lctograpli
MONDAY. JANUARY I3TH
Theda Bara in
"Madam Dultnrry"
Also Allies' War Review
TUESDAY. JANUARY I4TH
Theda Bara In
"Madam Dultnrry"
Also Allies' War Review
WEDXESDAY. JANUARY 15TH
"Squaw Man's Son
Also 2-Keel Comedy
Next week Is for Armenian Relief.
Carl C. Wilburn returned to Je
•ome Monday, having received his
llscharge from the service.
Mcllveen brothers have announced
<n of their popular dances to be held
it Grand View Saturday evening.
W. G. Randolph and Harry Note
returned the past week, having been
discharged from the service of Uncle
4am.
Armenlan Relief Week. January
(2th to 18th.
The ladies of the Civic club will
told a cooked food sale at the rest
oom and library on Saturday, Janu
iry 11th. commencing at 1 o'clock
Everything good to eat.
The great Theda Bara Will be seen
in "Madam DuHarry," one of the
most stupendous and magnificent pic
tures ever produced. At the Rialto
theatre next Monday and Tuesday
nights. No advance In price.
Grover C. Newman, one of the
large flock musters of this section,
who has had considerable difficulty
In the carrying on of his ranch and
sheep affairs the past season, has
taken In « partner to assist him. The
young man arrived at the home last
Friday In the form of a seven and
one-half pound son. Grover Cleve
land Newman. Jr., has already taken
full possession of the home.
Electric Reading Stand Lamps.
Ten left out of thirty-six. Let us
send one to your home. Try It a
week. If It suits you keep It. Also
Thor vacuum electric carpel sweep
ers. Frasers-Pence Co. Phone 8 0.
At a meeting of the land board,
held on December 30th, the matter
of turning over the canal system of
this segregation was postponed to
the first meeting of the board In Feb
Several from here were In
ruary.
attendance, among whom was Grover
C. Newman, representing the newly
organized North Side Protective as
sociation. of which he is one of the
directors.
The regular meeting of the town
board was held on Tuesday evening,
and aside from the passing of the
usual monthly bill» nothing of Im
portance was brought before the
board. A matter of Interest to all
residents of Jerome was brought up,
that of a systematic cleaning up of
the town ns soon as the warmer wea
ther will permit Several complaints
have been made with reference to
3ess pools, manure piles, outhouses,
etc., and a plan Is being worked out
by the board whereby tt will be
compulsory for all such places to be
thoroughly cleaned.
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RED CROSS NOTES
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ho have the "History Slips"
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Those
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of our HoUliorn and «allons to All out.
Defense
would like to have a record of every
oue ln Ihn service, so those who have
n °t filled out one of these slips, can
8". one from Mr. Jaycox.
The Jerome Chapter A. R. C. will
hold its annual meeting at the Pres
byterlan church on Monday, Janu
will kindly put "place of birth"
where It soys "country of birth."
The
Council of National
ary 13th.
be present, as It Is election of offl- I
ers.
Every one is asked to .
1 he membership committee Is very '
proud of the recorS made la the
Christmas Roll Cull, which was 1108
mem * JerB —more than last year. '
We were one of the few counties of 1
,he state to go over the fecord of
last year.
Ah we start on a new year the
sewing committee would like to have
everything finished
up to date.
We
to i
have i
i number of refugee garments
ht:.: h I In tltlriy days,
will not Hll the
Iny
or
purpose they
made for—to keep the little
warm this winter. We are asking
and pleading for you to come forth
and help us out.
were
ones
It will not be hard
1° ' lo K every one helps just a llttlo.
"Cease Knitting"
that went out from Red Cross head
was the order
quarters last week to the three ihou
sand eight hundred llfty-four chap
ters of the organization and
suit thousands of women who have
turned out millions of
as a re
sweaters,
socks, mufflers, helmets and wrist-
lets for our soldiers and sailors will
stack their neodles.
started are to be completed.
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Articles now
NOTICE
The annual meeting of the Apple-
ton National Farm Loan association
will he held at the Appleton school
house Tuesday, January 14, at 7
WALTER W. KELLY,
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Secretary-Treasurer.
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STO( 'KHOLDERS' MEETING
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A meeting of the Grand View Soc
ial Club will be held Monday, Janu
ary 13th, at 2 p. m., for the purpose
of electing officers and transacting
other business.
H. OOFF, Secretary.
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CARD OE THANKS
To our many friends who so kind
ly assisted us during the illness and
death of our beloved son and broth
er we extend our heartfelt thunks In
this, our hour of grief.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cushman and
fumily.
JEROME BOVS OVERSEAS
SOON TO RETURN HOME
fty
General Pershing hr.s notified the
war department that he expects be
fore March 1st to assign lo convoy
'he 91st division. This is the divi
sion composed of men from the north
cestern states, and several Jerome
The Frasers-Fence company force,
as well as the editor of this paper,
were the recipients of a box of Call
boys are members of tills division.
In his notice General Pershing stat
'd that Jhey should be on the seas
before March 1st.
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\ CHRISTMAS PRESENT
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ferula's largest and finest oranges
from the R. Lincoln Pence family
and Miss Carrie Shawver. of Colton.
California. While the delicious fruit
irrlved a few days late it was much
enjoyed and appreciated, and It la
with much pleasure that we thank
(he "honey king," his family and
Miss Shawver for the nice remem
brance.
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JEROME NOT t'l/OSED
In the Sunday Issue of the Twin
Falls Times a short article appeared,
stating that Jerome business house»,
etc., had been closed on account of
epidemic of small pox.
this report started Is not known and
when Mr. Whalen, editor of
Where
an
the
was Informed of the error
rimes.
of the report, the same was corrected
in the Times Issue of Monday.
Je
rotne Is one of the most open towns
In this section at present: schools,
churches, picture show and all busi
honses being open and, while
few cases of the "flu"
ness
there are a
lure, the epidemic Is not of such a
to warrant
the
serious nature ss
health officers closing the town.
JEROME CLUB MEETING
On last Monday evening at the
annual
Clab rooms was held the
mooting of the Jerome club, at which
time new directors were elected for
A large attend
the coming year
hand and much Interest
anee wna on
was shown In the club matters From
list of ten candidates the following
u
tlemon received the highest nutn
gen
tier of votes and were declared elect
directors: Messrs. W. E. White.
U. Newman. Frank Daley. A. D.
Williamson and P. D McRea.
will ho selected
ed as
n.
From
this list of directors
the offl<ers of the club.
election the members enjoved s light
lunch and smoker and discussed nf
falrs for the good of Jerome and the
After the
surrounding country. , ,
Owing to the heavy expense Im
dental to moving and from .
thnt the business at the club has h* ■ u
slack the past few months an assess
nient of 17.00 for resident mem ers
was found necessary to put the ^ u
In a healthy financial condition.
CAKE A. STEINER
At his home northeast of Jerome,
on Saturday, January 4th, occurred;
the death of Carl A. Steiner from '
pneumonia, after hut a few days of
Illness.
.zerland atid but recently came to the
Mr. Steiner was a native of Swit
North Side Tract, locating on what
Is known us the Hugh Goff place,
Besides his sorrowing widow
ne
leaves a large fomlly af children to
mourn his passing.
The
funeral was held from the
tale home on Xtlcoilay, v.iLli inter-.
ment at Jerome cemetery.
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DEATH OE MRS. FRANK EMKRICK
Al her home one mile east of Je
rome last Friday occurred the death
of Mrs. Frank Emerlck, the result
of pneumonia, following an attack of
the Influenza, from which the de
ceased had been a sufteerr for sever
al days. The visit of the Grim Reap
er to this happy home was made the
more sad by the fact that there are
left to mourn the loss of a dear mo
ther, two baby children, a boy and
a girl of tender ages, who will never
know the tender care of a loving mo
ther. Besides the children deceased
leaves a sorrowing husband, who is
also stricken with the disease and la
now confined to his bed.
Irene Emerlck was born ln Sa.
Haul, Minn., December 28, 1895,
making her a little over twenty-three
years of age at the time of her Heath.
The mother and a young brother
of deceased arrived from Nebraska,
and were present at the funeral,
which was held Tuesoay morning,
with interment at Jerome cemetery.
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DEATH OE AARON CUSHMAN
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Last Sunday at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cushman,
of the Grand View district, occurred
the death of Aaron Prentiss Cush
man from the effects of pneumonia,
after en illness of several days.
Aaron was nineteen years of age at
the hime of his death, having been
born in Kansas In the year 1900, re
moving from there to Texas and lat
er to the North Side Tract with his
parents.
During his younger days he
was
the victim of an accident to one of
his limbs which rendered him a crip
ple and, although it was a decided
handicap, it did not deter him In his
work and play, being one of the most
jolly while on the play grounds at
school and ever able to carry on bis
part iu all games and his happy dis
position will be missed by his school
mates iu the school room and on the
playgrounds, as well as by a large
circle of friends in this community.
The lutterai was held Tuesday,
with internment at Jerome cemetery.
The following tribute from the
student body of the Jerome high
school tells of the esteem in which
the young man was held by his
school mates:
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We, the Student Body of the
Jerome High School, do hereby
resolve to extend our deepest
sympathy to the bereaved fam
ily. relatives and friends of the
late Aaron Cushman. As Aaron
has so recently been In our
midst we know that the J. H S.
has lost one of its most ambi
tious and promising students)
A true and trustworthy frleud
will be missed by all. '
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FAYE HALL VAUGHN
Sadness was again manifest in our
community when last Tuesday noon
the word was passed out that Mrs.
Fay Hall Vaughn, daughter of the
late Clara Hall, had quietly passed
away at her home here In Jerome.
The deccsod was a victim of influ
enza some time ago. but had appar
ently recovered from the effects, but
during the recent Red Cross mem
bership drive she contracted a se
vere cold which rapidly developed
into pneumonia and resulted in her
death.
Mrs. A'aughn was a graduate of
(he Lewiston Normal and up until
the time of her Illness was engaged
as one of the Instructors In the Je
rome schools. She wr.8 of a most plea
sant disposition, always looking at
the bright side;» of life and her jov
vvlll be missed among
During the past sum
lal company
her friends,
m i' »he was united In marriage to
Lieutenant Lawrence Vaughn, who,
he time of his enlistment was
engaged In the practice of a veter
inarian here,
rlage Lieutenant Vaughn was order
ed overseas where he Is at present.
hi
Shortly after the mar
Faye Hall Vaughn was born
Iowa. In is94. making her
Besides
at
Union,
twenty-five years of age.
the sorrowing husband, to whom the
of the community Is ex
sympathy
deceased leaves a unin
tended, the
tier of sisters and brothers, including
t on 1 " ' d who ., rr t v -
» (,r ' ' ■ '
e ere ues u.
'i b.; t un. ra w " ! ' m t he home
« nu < n ' ' .. Y M w uu
o i u uo • cemetery,
j Interment a
this
CHI' HUH ANNUL N (-'EM EN , "
Kpiscopal Church.
Service every Sunday at 11 a. in.
All are heartily invited to attend.
W, R. R. Simmons,
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N Presbyterian Church.
U, DO YD ROBERTS. Minister.
Jerome, preaching il a. m. Theme
"A Recessional."
Canyon Side, preaching 3:30 p. in.
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Latter Day Saint»
Sund.i) s< bool at i ! ..
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3UUi»«iCutA
ôU * icc
are cordially invited to a.tf.md these'
Services.
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Catholic Church.
Regular services will be held at the
Jerome Catholic church on Sunday,
January 12, the services to be in
charge of Father Byrne, of Dubuque,
Iowa. Mass at 8:30 and 10:30 a. m.
.veiling service at 7:30.
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Christian Science Services
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holds
Christian Science Society
regular services each Sunday at 11
o'clock. Sunday school at 12 o'clock.
Wednesdty evening meetings at S ;
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o'clock.
All are welcome to these services
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Methodist Episcopal Church


Sunday school at 10 a. m. Ser
vices at 11 a, m. Subject. "The Two
Great Commandments." Services at
7:30 p. iu. Subject; "The Gift of
Choice." Epworth League at 6:30.
Subject: "Our Purpose and Program
as Epworlhlans."
Friday evening,
January 10, the Epworth League will
have a "hardtime backward social."
Come, wear your old clothes and put
them on backward.
M. J. Brown, Minister.
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Church of Christ
Services for Sunday, January 12
are as follows;
Bible school at 10
Ev- j
enlng services will begin at 7 o'clock,
according to new time. We feel sure '
God will reward an earnest express-;
o'clock, according to new time.
ion of faith and devotion to His ser
vices. by blessing and
from harmful results,
believe the same protection can be
expected In the dance hall or any
selfish or unholy pursuits of pleasure.
protection
We do not
:
:
If you expect God to honor you at
the day of Judgment you must honor l (
been called to close their ac- ;
!
Him in these days of service. Many
have
with God.
Who will be next?
I
"Be ye also ready for In an hour
that ye think not the Son of Man
I
cometh."
E. A Palmer. Minister.
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NOTICE.
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The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the North Side Canal Com
pany. Limited, will adjourn to meet
Thursday, January 23rd. at Jerome,
at the Amusement Hall.
The.meeting will commence at 10
o'clock In the morning. It is expect
ed that a lunch will he provided un
der the auspices of the Red Cross.
tha proceeds to be divided among the
rious Red Cross chapters on the
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project.
anxious that every
We are very
water user should ettend this meet
the Canal
The directors of
Ingn
Company desire to report on the
werk they are now doing and to con
elder the future policy for the Com
state
to attend
of their
pany
In this connection would
that we desire everyone
whether under
contract they are entiled to vote or
want to have you present
just the same, and take part in the
discussions.
NORTH SIDE CANAL
the terms
We
no.
COMPANY
LIMITED
K. Shepherd. President.
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LOOK WHO'S HERE
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arrivals at the North
Che week's
Side Inn:
W. M. Maurer,
Dr,
FJ H .
Decker.
Filer:
W. S.
Y egge. Boise;
Twin Falls: Mrf\. J. Cogwell. Scotts,
Bluff. Nebr.. Chas. S. Rin' Denver:
Tripp. Pocatello; O H. Dick-1
A. Stoflel. Boise:
H. I
Inson, Boise:
Uarl Hall. Blackfoot ;
N. P.
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(- W. Greg
Nelson, San
Dolan. Denver:
ory. Salt La ko:
Francisco : John E.
M Butler, Ogden; H. A. Knowles.
Salt Lake ; S, H. fhnpman. Boise;
H C. (Touch. Denver; Ethel Will
lam», Boise. J. B. Snow. Stanfield.
Ore. S Sheppler. Great Falls, Monl
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hellion had cndeu , usual In an un .
• to make the best of the
. . IV •» W .s Mnogwl.iit I
selfish dcs-l
situai' >n.
. 'do
r „ turn 80ODi to prepare tt for
occnpaney.
Aunt Hyacinth,* whom obstacles but
made eager, determined to move In at
once. ' IV.- will live out of doors for
the most part," she said. "You an '
Nora will go out the day before ate
see that the house Is aired. 1 abhor
a stuffy atmosphere."
So tt was decreed. The agent meet
ing Caro and the faithful Nora at th
station, was communicative. "Used to
be the finest place In town." he said,
pointing to the rumbling old house In
'Orldleys' have lived
Its garden,
there from away back. This hist. Jud
son Gridlcy, lots the old place, furni
ture and all. while ho travels about the
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country. Keeps a bungalow for his
own convenience near by, with two old
family servants as caretakers. Some
say It's .lud's way of making n home
for them, .lud's a bach, you know; l
never seems much to notice the wom
en. Well, if you need anything done '
about the house, call up No. 15.1—that'.
Qrldlcy s bum alow telephone number.
Old .lube h mid his wife'll go ov r and
j^jp y (m »
Caro's eyes opened wide at the j
grandeur <•' ne mahogany, while her
pretty brows drew together at the 1
dustlii'ss of the beavyBlraperics
"Lo s of work for you, Nora
said.
she
:
It was pleasant to lie In the grer,
four-poster h.'d, the sweet scents of the
garden coming through her e; n win
dow. und moonlight fill ring over nil,
What a queer little balcony that wa
outside her wind >w. the pillars of the
lower veranda w.•••mrtlng It. She
wished that she had luve:'ieated U
"-India's V" fore ly down o
When A,mt Hyacinth came, t y would
sit out there ou sneh mne .t e.e ,
ing:—. And at tins point of her moth
tation, an eerie creeping socid came
to the girl's indy conscious cars. It
try
was as though some heye r
ing to climh the pillars of the hnlconv.
Her heart pounding will y, sac
managed to draw a kimono from the
bedpost and find with feeling feet her
; slippers, just as a man's copped head
! appeared unmistakably above the bnl
cony railing.
She edged along the floor in the
darkness, ns the man boldly stepped
over the rail. At sight of her open
I window he paused as though surprised,
then evidently decided to enter the
house that way, but the locked window
screen caus 'd him to change his pur
pose. ond he turn <1. apparently sure
the. house was deserted, moving
to an unscreened window farther on.
i K or a moment she fancied the man
Cnro, listening .v.th taut nerves, dis
tinctly heard him enter thus the hall.
n „ , R filpnpo to C(JrtIlln of
)lN then he had passed her
j oor
I Upon the outside of that same bed
room door she had noticed a key In
She would fly across the pa«
its lock.
1 sage, torn the k< v and make the man
■ to that
■scape would
noiselessly
• own room door us she
icrward she would
f<T heio. The I'cht fron,
d 'cr flooded the hall, she
The hleh wind
I room faced no balcony;
be lmpo> Ihle. She was
I opening 1.
> prisoner.
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plan. J
oper
I had jus; time to glimpse a man's star
ing face beneath a rough cap's brin
! ns the door slam d and locked hit
j In. The rest w
the agent had said.
"Cull No. 153.
isy.
It was the only
j number Caro k . w. She was surprise:
at the pr 'iiiptn ■« of the response.
"Burglar?" questioned a man
"Oh! I guess not; but I'll t
, voice.
! right over,"
- Grldlev's old caretaker." sh
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In her new-found courage she had
•liilte forgotten the sleeping Nora, and
It was faro herself who opened the
door to admit the Mustering servant.
"Don't ye worry about me not bein'
able t* manage any crook," he told
her, and waved threateningly a mur
derous-looklng bludgeon.
eh?" he thundered and unlocked her
,. iiptlvp . s prlMOn>
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Tremhlmz. ( n ro drew hack against
))|( . TllPI1 th{ . f . !ire .
In here.
taker's ouhk laugh was followed by a
, v „; c .,. of ,, iljs , m
. <s 0 you hnvd
iTn |, ( ,, h „ ji;(ttha v
mito rescue me,
"Will you
>f a
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i vc Lccia uio.i) ;a
golden butterfly who mysteriously
locked me In?"
Bewlldorlngly and In her yellow ki
mono of golden embroidery, Caro crept
ottf from her retreat,
whispered, "are you?"
The Intruder bowed. ''.Tudson Grld
)■ y," he replied, "returned this evening
Who," sh»
from California. Came to look over
tuy old home In preparation of the ten
ant who was not expected until tomor
row. Having forgotten my keys, I was
obliged to enter by an old boyish
route."
And when upon the following morn
;ng Aunt Hyacinth arrived, she was
met by her niece in an automobile.
"Our landlord brought me down,"
whispered the girl.
"V ry familiar
sniffed
person."
Aunt Hyacinth, for she had heard tha
man say as he turned to help her niece
•pto the car. "Come, Miss Butterfly!"
HAY MAKING COSTS REDUCED
Syctem and Efficiency in This Import
tant OperaCon Increase Quality
and Quantity.
(Preparol by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
The hay crop causes more worry,
niixh ; nd disappointment than any
It is the most widely
other ciop.
grown crop on farms devoted to gen
erat um I culture ; the time for harvest
i ug ; s compurntively short and hay
making cannot be postponed without a
cons incut h ss of quality and quan
in many sections there are other
tlty.
t r ,.,,„j re attention about tha
time that the bay should he made, and
often th.ro is small grain to he cut.
0(ir u to he cultivated, and'hay to be
mad . all at once. Labor Is not only
scarce but expensive. And there Is
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Annual Value of Hay Crop in United
States Is Over One Billion Dollars.
factor that has a very Important bear
ing upon quality and one over which
the farmer has no control.
Hay has been quite steadily increas
ing iu acreage for a number of years,
until at the present time It occupies
about one-sijnh of the tilled area on
farms In» tlie United States, and has
an annual value on the farm, unbaled,
of over SI .000.000.000. There are. no
statistic- • : actual cost of produc
ing the total annual crop, but it has
been roughly estimated that it cost#
sUm.O"' "hi or more to harvest this
enormous tonnage.
A reduction of even a small tier cent
In thL cos. would add millions to thu
profits i>f the lu.y growers of this coun
try. Such a reduction can he brought
about only by the use of modern hay
ing machinery and of methods of mak
ing hay best suited to conditions.

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