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The Lemmon herald. (Lemmon, Perkins County, S.D.) 1912-1917, March 21, 1917, Image 7

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SOME TREES
dott grow
fly j. If. Heltzel
ar.ting that you have finish
Viting your trees and have
properly, the one great
e is to keep the trees grow
a certain amount each year,
-wise they may become
te,|
and in time die. I know
eea in this neighborhood,
t,,| nine years ago, some of
are still living but are no
than u hen planted.
A.tvs remember sod and
jre natural enemies and
never done well together
re—especially where ra'n
limited. Most farms in
community contain in whole
,art soil adaptable to rais
trt* but often the owner,
cards the type of soil ind
t- any old place. Before de-
i:
,ing where to locate your
make borings with a dirt
to find out the condition
character of the subsoil. If
find it a mass of compact
or hardpan do not plant'
to any number unless you
illing to spend much time
oney in caring for them.
selecting a location many
must be considered, par
rly their relation to build-
It is very desirable to lo
tiie house where the
Boil is
ie for raising trees.
lieve that proper and im
soils has more to do with
uecess or failure with trees
any other thing with the
tion of cultivation. A fair
se sandy soil is ideal for
n this section because in
soil the roots can and will
irate if given a chance. I
that all our best groves
1? section are on such soil,
different powder compan
"•wnmend dynamite to over
the hardpan troubles in
planting. Dynamiting is
effective when the soil i.s
ut 1 think would only tend
Ke matters worse in a wet
Jf the tree planter has the
digging is the best method
se it gives him the chance
row in the black dirt first
is desirable to have some of
contact with the roots. If
dynamiting or digging is
to. quite likely the tree
for a few years and
c*use trouble.
is this trouble?
simply this: The roots in
ng have reached the hard
the hole, which they can
netrate. The tree also has
e larger and needs more
we. Not being able to get
'dies, This is what has
n*d
to many of our trees
'i along the sidewalks of
while others died be-
the-v even
had a chance to
This is very seldom the
the trees but the person
*e care the trees are plac-
m'ght
ask: Can such a
he avoided? If so, how?
p'y
get the remainder of
1
which embraces the root
n
the same condition or as
Posible to that contained
°le. this can be accom
by more dynamiting,
cu'tivating,
mulching or
t]ng-
or
a
combination of
be better. Each per
»e the judge of his own
10ns
an'
act
accordingly.
well or one to state
™when a thrifty tree
thl!i
Point, it will die
adenly so it is
Well to
y^h a condition in time.
7
prfvlous ar-ticle
on the
planting, I forgot to
at
the holes should nev
tt
Un
"r shaped at
°n. Give the holes full
,or better still
the sides a
is obvious
ttle on the
that a cup
-..vus uiai a cup
torn
has a tendency to
growing roots upward'
™nzontaUjr
or
down-
of
tinued i
,n
n«t
itttM)
White Butte
B. E. Hughes and family have
arrived from Minneapolis. They
are going to reside on their farm
about seven miles southwest of
town, as soon as suitable build
ings can be erected. For the
present they will live in the Jno.
Woods house formerly occupied
by Paul Woods and family.
One day last week, James Aff
leck purchased one of the Stand
ard Fanning Mills from our local
dealer, Marion Barrett.
Several of the White Butte
people attended the sales of Mr.
Holmes and Mr. Hamlin,. near
Lemmon last week.
Harrison Fulker has been ill
the past week.
8
Miss Edith Neff spent last
week with her sister, Mrs. Dave
Fulker.
Steener Carlson was up from
the Grand River Saturday in the
interests of the mail route that
is to be started from White
Butte this spring.
Ed Spress was transacting bus
iness in White Butte last Thurs
day.
Mr. Smebakken passed through
White Butte Saturday enroutc
for Lemmon. F. J. Johnson ac
companied him to that city.
1 Team, grey mare and sorrel gelding, 6 yrs. old, wt. 2700
1 Bay gelding 6 years old, weight 1700
I Roan gelding, coming 4 years old, weight 1200
25
8 Milch Cows, some fresh
30 White Wyandotte
TERMS OF SALE:
cent interest from date of sale. 5 per cent
s.
hens
ANDERSON, Auctioneer
-\t Thussday the Ladies" Aid
V,I:
D. J. Durick and family and
Mrs. Sexton went out driving
last Sunday They called at the
homes of John Wood, Mike Heil
and Paul Wood and families.
have an all day meeting
j*'- Mrs. I. M. Neff.
I-xv,-rence Neff had his hand
trusiu^l last Thursday while pull-
in^
i umn from the well at
Sto'is. The chain slipped and
his hand was caught.
I' ulah Fulker was absent
from school last week on account
of a severe coid.
St. Patrick's Day evening was
ceh hraled at the Lee Ranch. The
evening was spent dancing and
playing whist. A bountiful sup
per was served. The guests
were. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Christiansdn and family, Mr. and
Mr. Martin Larson and family,
Mks i'ornella W hinder, and
U I
The undersigned will sell at public auction at his place'one
and one-half miles north of Thunder Hawk, on
Thursday, March 29,1917
COMMENCING AT I O'CLOCK P. M., THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
Head of Horses
HEAD OF CATTLE
II Two year old steers
a A 1 V a n u n o u e i s i u s e o n e s e a s o n I o n e e e a n
i plow, 13 inch, practically new 1 Osborn disc and trailer 1 6 foot
Emerson mower I Deering hay rake 1 Bull rake 1 Breaking plow 1 Two and one half horse power John Deere gas engine and pump
jack 1 John Deere wagon, used one season 1 Stou} hton wagon 1 Top buggy 2 Sets work harness 1 driving harness. Several
household articles including a Monarch range, heating stove and other articles too numerous to mention.
E E U N A N O O N
Messrs. Sain Fulker, Billy Hdd
reth and Jay Riddle.
Recently a circular letter
was received in White Butte, of
fering to give the recipient a
guaranteed silk petticoat if she
would send five copies of the
letter to as many friends and 10
Cents to a given address A year
ago several such letters were in
the community and it seems that
they are still going.
Archie Allison, Mary Schwet
lenbark and Mr. and Mrs, Char
lie Fulker spent Sunday at the
D. N. Allison home.
Mrs. Wright, our village school
teacher is quite proud of the fact
that she was a college classmate
of the present governor Maine.
Time will be given until October 1st on bankable paper bearing 10
discount far cash.
CARL PETERSON, Owner
C. D. SMITH, Clerk
Governor and Mrs. Milliken and
Mr. and Mrs. Wright were gradlt*
ated from Bates College in the
class of '97, Our county super
intendent. Mr. Arthur Hale is al
so from Lewiston, Maine.
Regiateivd Hert ford Balls For
Sale
12 head of thoroughbred Reg
istered Hereford bulls, of the
best quality, all ready for ser
vice, for sale. Write Box 477,
Lemmon, S. D., or call at my
farm, 8 miles south and 2 miles
east of lemmon. J. B, Funk.
For Sale at a bargain. $125
computing scale, good a.* new
Address G. I. Cummin^, IVtrcl.
Nf. Dak.
8
1 Roan team, 3 and 4 years old, weight 2100
1 Black gelding, 3 years old, weight 1200
1 Grey mare, with foal, 12 yrs. old, wt. 1300
25
6 yearlings and Calves
4 Turkeys
per

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