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Sport Hats In All Latest Colorings
Nitrogen also Is hii pplloil in such fer
tilizers as nitrate of soda and sul
phate of Minmonia, as well a in bone
meal and tankage.
Potash tends to hasten the maturity
of the plant, but also lias a tendency
to counteract the work of nitrogen.
On this account those not experienced
in using potash will And sulphate of
potash better, or at least Hafer in moat
cases, than the muriate. On account
of the disturbed commercial condi
tions one of t lie most available source
of potash is hardwood ashes. ,
I'lanta need n balanced ration. If
they are lacking in nitrogen, they
show pale leaf and stunted plant
form. Fxcess of nitrogen Is shown
by large leaf and plant growth with
imperfect fruitage. If' the plants lack
potash, they will not be fruitful.
Replaces Saloons For the One Year
Remaining Before the State of
Michigan Banishes Booze From
IIO.MK (JAKIU'V HINTS.
The Soil, Muter and Fertilizer !-
qulrements of a Successful
, Home Parelcn.
The gardener who merely wisher
to raise vegetables for hi own family
will do well, especially this year, tj
choose, the crops he will grow from
those, which previously hnvo done
best In his special locality. The
market gardener must bear this fact
in mind, but also must study tho
market and anticipate Its usual de
mand and determine as far as lie can
how thin" demand w ill be affected by
any untoward weather conditions
which may have occurred in his sec
tion. Those who desire to produce carlv
crops should bear in mind that a
warm, sandy loam will produce an
earlier .crop than a heavier soil that
retains more water ami less I. cat.
Frost is les apt to injure vegetable;
planted on high ground than tho.-
planted in low places or allcs into
which the ln-avier cold air commonl."
settle.. The garden should be fair;
h'Vi I, but well drained. The rop j
will mature more rapidlv on lan I ,
tint ha:; a sunny, southern cpouiv j
than in other plot:.
'I he i:scriul ' ardeiiing. j
The cs.-e ntlals for suci e --sf ill gar- J
(Ic ning on a small or larpc scale are I
soil, water and cultivation. Mil h de-
pi'inN al-o on the growe r, the season j
and the crops selected, j
The soil is the storehouse of plant j
food. The garden, therefore, should '
contain humus or rotted material in
large eiuant ities. The gardener should j
re-member that about f0 per cent c f j
ordinary e arth is tint soil at all. but j
consists of air and water. j
Water make plant food that is j
present freely soluble Pain and
niow water are soft and contain am-
tnoiiia. The manic of soil wate-r on j
the plant world Is one of the miracle.!
of go. id gardening, as eve ry one who i
ha contrasted the effect of rain with!
that produced by sprinkling with a
ho-e rtallc. riants are succulent!
and contain large amounts of water I
whic h they have to draw from t he soil, j
The onservation of soil moisture i
is the most Important reason for cultl- j
victing crops. The two other principal j
thing accomplished by cultivation
are the killing of We-eds which el raw I
moisture and plant food from the- ;
crop-c. and the aeration of the- soil '
plants. I'pon the fine, hairy, fibrous,
feeding; roots, which are posssible on
ly In well tilled soil, the plant de
pends for its stocklncss and growth.
The careful gardener will regard his
whole garden as a seed bed and will
cultivate and fertilize It accordingly.
Fertilizers, the plant food for the
garden, should be carefully selected.
Nllrogen. which stimulates leaf
grow tli. Is best supplied by turning
under rich, well-rotted or composted
manure, or rotting vegetable matter.
Iron county is agaln In the "wet"
column. This fad may astonish those
who are not acquainted with affairs
here but it Is no surprise to those w ho
have followed events and noted the
change of sentiment among the people.
The returning to the "wet" column
Ih not a victory fer booze but a pro
test against the flimsy local option
laws of this state? that allow of the de
bauching of a territory with liquor
after the people have decreed that
none should be sold therein. The
people of Iron county declared last
Monday that they prefer the licensed
faloon. Irritating ns It may be with
the class of people who follow that
Cream Puffs Butter Tarts
Angel Food Cake
of all kinds
Special orders for Cakes
for parties promptly at
whiskey, legally placed therein.
Only One Consideration.
There was but one argument that
caused any hesitating in the minds of
the voters and that was the fear that
should Iron county return to the
licensed saloon that the saloon keep
ers, knowing that they would have
but one year to gather in a harvest,
would run "wide open." This fear
was considerably dispelled by the
prompt announcement of Prosecuting
Attorney McDonough that he would
personally see to it that the saloons
do not disobey the law and get away
with it and that he will prevent the
illegal licensing of saloons.
Mr. McDemough's work In hunting
business, to the hypoc ritic al "private j blind pigs gained for him so much
residence" debauched with beer ami I support that when he issued that
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. JViy U'H r a;-,
Too nnii h stress cannot be J.ud on
the preparation of a good seed bed.
A sce-d bed of fine tilth - made- n by
he p plowing, careful harrowing and
fining of the soil I the foundation
of good gardening. It is cs -entlal for
th4 proper germination and growth
of young plants. The soil must be
friable and free from clods. A clod
can hold no plant food In solution, the
only form in which it is available for
the plant. Cood hull and tine tilth
excellent root sy.-dcin to
i r y .i .v i i .1
I rlis season the style maKers nave stolen a
leaf from the book of nature. In apparel,
it is to be a season of vivid colors-bright shad
ings derived from the grass and the sea and
the rarest of blossoms.
This store lias co-operated with the style makers in bringing these
exquisite effects from them to you. We have been quick to grasp the
trends of fashion and to lay the mode's most at the feet of the women
of Crystal Falls.
Our stocks arc always rich in opportunities, hut today they are
fairly bursting with choice offeriAgs. That is why we invite you to
join us on the very threshold of the new season's styles.
SUITS $18.00 to $35.00
COATS $7.50 to $35.00
statement the pooplo took, him at his
words and many votes swung to the
Drj .Make Campaign.
The campaign that the "elr8" put
up Is responsible for holding down
the "wet" majority to the small tdze
that it showed. Two months ago It
was freely predicted that the county
would go "wet" by a much bigger
majority than that by which it went
"dry" two years ago and Indications
certainly pointed that way.
The "drys" put up a good campaign
and many "dry" voters were held in
line but the blow which had been
dealt their cause by the ineffectual
enforcement of the local option laws
was too deep seated and they were
unable to c lose the gap.
The Vole In Pclall.
Two ears ago when the local op
tion vote was taken, the first and
thinl wards of Crystal Falls wore the
only places where "wet" majorities
were rt'turiied. They were "wet"
again thl ear but. the majorities
were ,-mall while the other precinct
of the ea-t side, with the exc eption of
Crystal Palls No. M.insfe-hl. re-
turm-d "dry" rnajorit hs. Mansliedd
went t" by .'! and Crystal Fulls No.
J by 15. 'rt;il Falls c ity went "we t"
h 17 ue.d the outhhig precincts pan-d
th" "wet" majority down !-. that tie
eat only returned a majority of
S in favor of the "u--t-"
Iron liive-r re-turned a bk' "wrt"
majority while Sl.imb.nu:'i f It in line
with good -ied majorities on t!e' ame
The ote by pp-fincH is as follows:
P it. s
St am ha ugh No. 1
Stambatu'h No. 2 !",
1 Statubauph No.
Stambaugh No. 1 1 1 T.
! Stamhaucli No. 7 1
j Iron Pive-r No. 1 i'tC
Iron Piver No. 2 Fl
Iron Plvr No. :i ir,
M. in. '.eld L''
Mu-todon No. 1 "2
' Ma -todou No. L' 7'.
! 'ryt.cl Falls No. 1
fry !;,1 Falh No. 2 2 '.
; Iltu.aliie 71
i Fry t.il Fall- City.
, First Ward 47
! Second Ward '::
Third Ward ILS
Mi. ('. i Pant ho;;" reeiied word
Fiiiiav that h r ,-l-fer, Mrs. Kelnhofer
e i' S.u'o'a. Mih. wa4 strhketi with si
strok'- of paraljsU. Mrs. PangholT
took th" f;r.-t train ami was in time
to i i . id two nights and a day with
l.er -Pti r b fore she pas-d away,
but was oo ill to attend the funral.
She- returned home Wednesday, pros
trated. Arid Pjork bit Thursday eve-nlng
for llln dale-. III., where ,e wlil enter
a sai.il irium in he 'pi'S of gi'ttlllf J f 1 1 1 1 0
nli.f. Mr. Pjork has not ben feeling
We ll for Some t j!le.