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The Dickenson County herald. [volume] (Clintwood, Va.) 1927-1930, March 03, 1927, Image 3

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ORDER PUBLICATION
In the Clerk’s Office of the
Circuit Court of the County of
Dickenson, on the 17th day of
February 1927.
Chairman of the Highway Com
mission of Virginia, Complainant
Against
James Breaver et als, Defendants
The object of this suit is to
condemn a perpetual easement
and right of way, State High
way, Route, No. 114, Project 263,
between Haysi and Moss, Dick
enson County, Va., through the
lands of James Breaver, located
in Dickenson County, Va., be
tween Moss and Haysi, and no
tice is hereby given that on the
15th day of March, 1927, at the
Court House of Dickenson County
Va., application will be made tc
the Circuit Court of Dickenson I
County for the appointment oi
commissioners to assess the
damages for said right of way.
And affidavit having been made
and filed that the defendant
James Breaver, is not a resident
of the State of Virginia, it n
ordered that he do appear hert
within 10 days after due publica
tion hereof, and do what may bt
necessary to protect his interesl
in this suit. And it is furthei
ordered that a copy hereof, b(
published once a week for twc
weeks in the Dickenson County
Herald and that a copy be postec
at the front door of the court
house of this county on or befort
the Second February Rules, 1°27.
A Copy Teste:
W. E. Rasnick, Clerk.
By N. E. Hughes, D. C.
M. M. Long, p. q.
ORDER PUBLICATION
In the Clerk’s Office of thi
Circuit Court of the County oi
Dickenson, on the 19th day ol
February 1927.
Ilaysi Supply Company, wh<
sues for itself and other creditoi s
of C.P. Fleming, deceased.
Against Complainant
Louverna Fleming, Adm’r.
Louverna Fleming, Fern Kenadj
Blanch Steel, Hansel Fleming,
Ira Boggs and Noah Mullins
(of Ike) Defendant
The object of this suit is t(
extract title from Ira Boggs anc
Noah Mullins, of Ike, to the Bap
tist Church property at Darwin,
in Dickenson County, Virgini?
and subject it to the payment oi
the debts of C. P. Fleming, de
ceased.
And affidavit having beer
made and filed that the defen
dant Noah Mullins (of Ike) if
not a resident of the State 01
Virginia, it is ordered that he d(
appear here within 10 days aftt r
due publication hereof, and dt
what may be ^necessary to pro
tect his interest in this suit.
And it is further ordered that i
copy hereof, be published once ;
week for four weeks in The
Dickenson County Herald am
that a copy be posted at th«
front door of the court house oj
this county on or before tht
Second February rules, 1927.
A copy—Teste:
W. E. Kasnick, Clerk.
By N. E. Hughes, D. C.
G. Mark French, p. q.
L. M. Hillman, of Leek, was
in town Monday.
C. P. McCoy of Nasbie was a
business caller in the city Moi -
day.
S. Terry Mullins of Dvvale was
in town on Monday.
Flexibility Is
Big Crop Factor
Rotation Is Long Recog
nized Principle of Farm
ing Economy.
(Prepared by the United States Department
of Agriculture.)
Flexibility in crop rotation is a long
recognized principle of farming econ
omy. Agricultural history contains
many illustrations of the use that has
been made of this idea from the Mid
dle ages to the present time, especial
ly in Europe. It is commonly ob
served, however, says the bureau of
soils of the United States Department
of Agriculture, that uniformity of soil,
even on a single farm, is most un
usual, and that one field may require
an entirely different rotation of crops
from another adjoining it. A rota
tion best suited to a low-producing
sandy soil is unlikely to be suited
to a highly productive silt loam.
Again, a hillside field, subject to soil
washing calls for different rotation
management from a field on a flat
area.
Each Farm Has Problems.
Each farm presents Its own prob
lems. The farmer who farms more
or less with live stock is not so much
concerned with rotation as with the
acreage of crops necessary to meet
his feeding requirement. The truck
grower is concerned primarily with
the question of crops in relation to
market conditions. In either ease ro
tation is a means to an end, with two
aspects: The growing of the desired
crops in a manner, or in different ro
tations, best suited to the soil and
crop conditions; and the dovetailing
of the different rotations so as to en
able the farmer to realize annually
the required acreage of each crop he
desires.
Influencing Conditions.
Still greater flexibility In crop rota
tion may he needed, owing to local
conditions which may arise, such as
Insect pests, crop diseases, or weeds.
Changing the common fixed rotation
may reduce army worm injury, or an
additional intertilled crop may help
combat some obnoxious weed. Changes
In economic or market conditions may
compel rotation changes. Any crop
ping system which will permit of easy
alternation is preferable to one that
does not possess this quality of elas
ticity.
Hardiest Alfalfa Seed
Is Brought From Canada
For many years it was thought that
Grimm was the hardiest known va
riety of alfalfa and, for that reason,
was most desirable for tills region, but
recently Ontario Variegated, although
not a new variety, has come into
prominence and lias proved Itself fully
as hardy as Grimm, according to Prof
L. A. Dalton at the New York state
college of agriculture at Ithaca, N. Y
When Grimm was considered tin
only good variety to plant, the farm
ers had to pay high prices, and, fre
quently, they resorted to common al
falfa as a substitute. The common
alfalfa, however, came from many
sources where the climate was mild
and therefore the seed was unadapted
to our severe winters.
Although Ontario Variegated has
been grown in Canada for half a cen
tur.v, the production has not been,
large enough to meet the demand from
the United Stntes until during the
past live years.
Ontario Variegated is like Grimm so
far as one can tell, says Professor
Dalton, and this has a bearing on the
question of Grimm versus Ontario
Variegated. Grimm is higher priced
and in some instances the Ontario
Variegated is purchased and resold as
Grimm.
Ttie best way for farmers to gel
genuine hardy Ontario Variegated al
falfa seed, lie says, is to buy from re
liable seed men and insist on this va
riety.
Value of Horse Manure
When Properly Cared For
Experiments ut Purdue unlversltj
Indicate that when properly cared for
the manure from a well-fed horse is
worth $14.75 per year; from a dairy
cow $18.75; from other cattle $11.00
from a sheep $2,115; and from a hot:
$2.10. At present, however, only a
few farmers are realizing these val
ues because they do not care for the
manure properly.
Over half the total fertilizing value
of the manure, solid and liquid, is con
tairied in the urine; therefore every
reasonable precaution should be taken
to prevent its loss. The urine usually
contains about three-fourths of the
total nitrogen and four-fifths of the
total potash. And these are two of
the most Important elements needed
for plant growth.
BSMMR
Keep boarder cows—until you dis
cover that they we boarders.
Stinking smut which grows In wheat
brings a loss that means del'eut.
* * *
More than 5,000,000 forest trees were
planted in New York state this fall.
* * *
Cutting the weed trees In the wood
lot will Improve the quullty of the
stand In future years.
• • »
Hens that are to be used for breed
ers or layers should have two mynths’
rest between laying seasons.
ORDER PUBLICATION
In the Clerk’s Office of the
Circuit Court of the County of
Dickenson on the 18th day of
February 1927.
Dante Motor Corporation
Complainant
Against
T. H. Morris, W. G. Newland,
J. E, Murray, L. C. Ashby and
R. J. Morris Defend an tf
Tne object of this suit is t(
t nforce the lien of a judgment of
Dante Motor Corporation against
T. H. Morris et als for the surr
of Fourteen Hundred twentj
three and Twenty-eight one hun
dredths ($1423.28) Dollars, witl
interest from Nov. 27, 1925, until
paid, 10 per cert attorney fee
and $10.60 costs, against the
interest of T. H. Morris anc
others in a certain store house
and lot at Trammel, Dickenson
County Virginia.
And affidavit having bf’en
made and filed that the defen
dants T. H. Morris and R. J.
Morris is not a resident of thi
estate of Virginia, it is ordered
that they do appear here within
lO uays after due publicatior
hereof, and do what may be
necessary to protect their interest,
in this suit. And it is i'urthei
ordered that a cc py hereof, be
published* once a week for fou;
successive weeks in the Dicker
son County Herald and that i
copy be posted at the front dooi
of the court house of this county
on or before the Second Febri -
ary ruies, 1927.
A copy—Teste:
W. E. Rasnick, Clerk.
By N. E. Hughes, D. C.
M. M. Long p. q.
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ORDER PUBLICATION
In the Clerks office of the cir
cuit court of the County of Dick
enson on the 5th day of Febru
ary 1927
Mary J. Viars, Committee for
Basil Viars Complainant
Vs. | In Chancery
Isorn Viars, Malinda Deel
(formerly Viars) Alex Viars,
Basil Viars, Pollev Ann Viars,
\Tancy Jane Owens (formerly
Viars] Juda Adelin Edwards,
[formerly Vnr ;] Louisa Viars
Cleveland Viars,Columbus Viars.
Marth Deel (formerly Viars]
Hettie Francis Deel (formerly
Viars] Defendent?.
The object of this suit is tc
sell the real estate owned by
Basil Viars, being a certain tract
of land on Tilda Branch in Dick
enson County, containing ten
acres more or less, and being the
same tract of land laid off to
him in the Partition suit of Isom
Viars etals.Vs. Alex Viars etals.
and being Lot No. 5, as laid off
by sai 1 commissioners and oi
record in the Clerks Office of
Dickenson County in Deed Book
No. 55 page 277 &c.
An affidavit having been made
and filed that one of the defen
dents Columbus Viars is not a
resident of the State of Virginia,
is ordered that he does appear
within ten days after due publi
cation hereof and do what may
ba necessary to protect his in
terest in this suit. And it is
further ordered that a copy here
of be published once a week for
four successive weeks in the
Dickenson County Herald, that a
copy of this order be posted at
the front door of the court house
of Dickenson County on or be
lore the 3rd Monday in February
rules 11)27, that being the next
succeeding rule day, and that
another copy of this order be
mailed to the defendant Colum
bus Viars to the post office ad
dress given the affidavit.
A copy—teste:
W. E. Rasnick, Clerk
By N. E. Hughes, D. C.
-I. M. Skeen, p. q'
ORDER PUBLICATION
In the Clerks office of the cir
cuit court of the County of Dick
enson on the 5th day of Febru
ary, 1927.
W. J. Artrip, W. J. Branham
and Clarence Branham,
Complainants
against 1 In Chancery
Jeff Stone, Defendant
The object of this suit is to
sell the interest of Jeff Stone in
the real estate that he inherited
from his grandfather Win. R.
Stone, that he owned at his
aeain, 10 sausiy two jaugments
that the defendant owes, one to
W. J. Art rip, for $81.07, with
interest from August 1, 1922, 10
percent attorney fee and $80.05,
cost, the other to W. J. Branham
and Clarence Branham, for $83.
43, with interest from June 29th,
1924, 10 percent attorney fee and
$20.70 costs.
An affidavit having been made
and filed that the defendant Jeff
Stone, is not a resident of the
State of Virginia is ordered that
he does appear within ten days
after due publication hereof and
do whatever may be necessary
to protect his interest in this
suit. And it is further ordered
that a copy hereof be published
once a week in the Dickenson
County Herald, that a copy of
this order be posted at the front
door of the court house of Dick
enson County on or before the
3rd Monday in February rules
1927, that being the next succeed
ing rule day, and that another
copy of this order be mailed to
the defendant Jeff Stone to the
last known post office gi\ en in
the affidavit.
A copy—Teste:
W. E. Rasnick, Clerk
By N. Hughes, D. C.
J. M. Skeen, p. q.
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