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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1914

HHSg' • I ' ' i-,* ' . HB ?'* • ■ ;,?l { 7 'i, - I ' - i A i 'if:. *W wk : i fflk , ' <r v PsP sWr? ; '' OASS COUNTY SUN J. K. A BANOEK W, r. ERWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. T1IKC.V8S COUNTY SUN pubUibird every Tues'liy, 1b enteral at tho Lluden do#tofllr«; e socoud Class matter. , ratbs op subscription: 8ingle copy per year ' $1.00 " six months 1 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wiM be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line Plan to Stock Smith County With Hogs. Tyler, Tex. Nov. 7—A plan thht will not only enable the far- mers of Smith County to raise sufficient hogs for home con- sumption but a surplus also, is being fostered by the local Com mercial Club. Details of the plain are being worked out by a committee appointed by the or- ganization and It is its intention to have the farmers desiring hogs to underwrite the banks for enough money to make pu...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1914

Bar jm&y mggm mm BBBS1 % £Tm . ;• «•' ■* :i «?; * PV .' .i ;lvr 4m LJ\ ihLLUxtuJVCK Kit Mackerel at Bum Fant's. L. N. Meltoh, of New Colony, was in the city yesterday. Buy your coffins, caskets and burial suits frotti John S. Mor- ris & Son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Torn Bums, a boy, on the 8th. Swift's Pride Soup at the Liu- den Mercantile Co. Go to Sam Fant for nice fresh cheese. , W. L Lemmoti und wife, of Hear Lod;, spent lust Saturday with relatives here. Any One having quilting to do, I would be giad to get it. Mrs. Mattie Cornett, Linden, R. F, D. No. 3. V. O. SlirVatt, of Tyler, is here visiting home folks this week. Bermuda Onion Sets ut Sam Fants. W. H Onpeland, of near Lodi, Was In ttie city yesterday. o. <■ Born to Mr and Mrs. Joe Pat- man, of Caves Spring, a boy on the 8ih. — No other plan for paying bills is so convenient, so business- like as paying by check. Cass County State Bank. Miss Eunice McGuftin, of Lp- di, was the gtlest of Miss Roxie Fant Saturday. An...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1914

Mf, ■ % - • Pt . , / .? ' msrnmv, <: «;.. • • ••• ?. ••: v •' '>& !&*&: *? - lAR^H ITHERHOOD Enhanced By Perfect Phyai- call Health. The. . Ing one to moat tinctly an epoch i woman in a hi pf Motherhood U a toy* amen and mark* dia* I their lives. Mot one is prepared or un- derstands how to properly care for her- self. Of courso m arly every woman nowadays has medical treatment atsncb times, but many approach the experi- ence with an organism unfitted for the trial of strength, and when it is over ber system has received a shock from which it is hard to recover. Following right upon this comes the nervous strain of caring for the child, and a distinct change in the mother results. There is nothing more charming than a happy and healthy mother of children, and indeed child-birth under the right conditions need be no hazard to health or beauty. The linexplainable thing is that, with all the evidence of shattered nerves and broken health resulting from an unprepared co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1914

1 - m$ tiS% copy/p/ayf/?;■?; />p c/M/ei/j jcwmwj jo/xj EDERICK PALMER $ 3YNOP3I3. At their home on the frontier between the Browns and Grays Marta Qallnnrl and her mother, entertaining Colonel Wester- ling of the Grnys, sue Captain Lanstron, staff lntelllgenoo officer of the Drowns, Injured by a foil in his aeroplane. Ten years later. Westerling, nominal vloe but real chief of ataff, reinforces South La Tlr, meditates on war. CHAPTER II—Continued. Rather idly, now, he drew a pad to- ward him and, taking up a pencil, made the figures seventeen and twen- ty-Beven. Then ho made the figures thirty-two and forty-two. Ho black- ened them with repeated tracings as he mused. This done, he put seven- teen under twenty-seven and thirty- two under forty-two. He made the •ubtractlon and studied the two tens. A swing door opened softly and hie executive clerk reappeared with a Boft tread. "Some papers for your signature, air," he said as he slipped them on the t)lotter in front of Westerling....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1914

JMlaiisDmk JKOomansDrink iv- ..'■■■■ pw wmm "• "'Rigorously good —and keenly delicious. Thirst-quenching and refreshing. The national beverage —and yours. Demand the genuine by full name— Nicknames encourage substitution. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Atlanta, Gzu Whenever (M2S yoj tee en Arrow think of Coca-Cola. W. C. I) LA LOCK M. I). GIVEN 8 h V N i /,* . I SSHii •a Di GENERAL, STQHE Wh9P0 VQU will find a full and Gomplefee line of Sta- ple and Rancy Gposepies, Bpy Goods and F^Qfeiens. GBF^S' 0RBSS SHIRES A SPBGIjlLlW. fl F)ice Line of- Liadies' and Geres' RoSiopy. A, full lino of FITO'S OYCRAkI.E.9. They wear like apig'a 11.09:3. C'hops, Bran and Shorts* Koith Side Square, Lixxdsay Texas 1 BUY A RET ALUM A CHICKENS e BUY A PET ALU MA Are Raised Profitably THE PETALUMA WAY SEND FOR CATALOGS NOW Get An Early Hatching Start-—Poultry Is Money. SPECIAL OFFER Genuine White Indian Runner Ducks The 20th Century Egg Machines—Over 250 Pure Whf.te Eggs a Year —Dry Land Ducks. Breeding Birds, $5.0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1914

/ I ItlNi.l.K & Publishers. ^ .A. Faper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {Sub«cripf*©u, $100 Per Annum VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER^ 17. 1914. NO. 46. Texas Industrial Congress Con- test For 1915 Will Include Home Gardens in town and Country. In connection with its compet- itive contests next year for the largest net profits por acre from corn, cotton, kaflir, milo, feterita, peanuts, cowpeas, wheat, oats, barley, baby beeves, and hogs, the Texas Industrial Congress is planning to offer prizes in a home gardening contest in town add country. The plan contemplates con- ducting the contest as far as pos- sible, in connection with the city and country schools, although boys and girls nut attending school Will alao"be enrolled. I)r. P. P Claxton, of the U. S. Bu- reau of Education, is strongly in favor of gardening in connection with the schools, saying that with proper direction, the aver- age child can produce on an eighth of an acre from $.">0 to $100 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1914

wm ■ H m 5f 1; a--) U I l - ^ tV i Your Margin of Health is very small, indeed, when the appetite is poor, ft the digestion bad, the liver lazy and the bowels clog- ged—but don't re- main that way; take HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS today and let it help Nature restore these organs to their proper functions. Be sure to GET HOSTETTER'S WHY NOT TRY POPHAM'S ASTHMA MEDICINE Qlves Prompt and Positive Relief 111 Every Cue. Sold by Druggists. Price$1.00. Trial Package by Mall 10c. WILLIAMS MFG. C0.v Props., Cleveland, 0. DY 1 CV LOSSES SURELY PREVENTfcU 111 AI ill by Cutter'* Blaekleg Pills. Low- L/J^rlVIV priced, fresh, reliable; preferred bf NVeetern stockmcu becwiao they pro- m m feet where ether vaectaee fall. M - m * Writ* for booklet and testimonials. I W* 1 m 10'dote pkpt. Blacklea Plllt $1.00 LjJUVi 60-dot* pkve. Blackleg Plllt 4.00 tJee any Injector, but Cutter's beat la due to orer II serums only. , order direct. THE CUTTER LABORATORY. Berkeley, California. uw any uuecuir, uut The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1914

v:"' . m/ .: IHffi ^ aSjfflBair*'} • ii MBA -C-, E f THE CAS9 COUNTY SUN GOOD APPLE RECIPES (APPETIZING AND HEALTHFUl DI8HE8 FOR THE FAMILY. Pressed Flank of Beef. Wipe, remove superfluous fat and foil a flank of beef; put In a kettle, cover with boiling water and add one tablespoonful salt, one-half teaspoon- ful peppercorns, a bit of bay leaf and a bone or two which may be at hand; cook slowly until meat Is in shreds, There should be but little liquor In the kettle when meat Is done. Ar*. range meat In deep pan, pour ovei liquor, cover and press with a heavy weight. Serve cold, thinly sliced. Eggs Tlvoll. Take out the inside of half a loaf ol bread. Toast the crust and All cavity with chicken or corned beef hash. Over this break a fresh egg and then cover with white sauce and grated bread crumbs. Brown in the oven. Refining Lard. Put the lard into a basin and pom boiling water over it. Allow to gel cold, then pour off the water and re- peat the process three times. The lard can th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1914

EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS, R h - 1\_ TIIECASt* COUNTY BUS pnbllabed evrry Tuoadsy, 1* entered t the Lludon Doitofll4u< u Second. Class matter. kates op subscription: Single copy per year | '11.00 " six months ' 80 cents No papers sflit out without the cash In advatteb; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. naon, bk-*rofi wk C M Lanier, meals for 17.00 2.65 5.45 1.25 2.50 lor. S.M. Obittttry notices and cards of thanks will bfe inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei' line After copying the article we had io the Suu a week or two ago about the abundant supply of provisions we fouud at the hnme of M. G. Garnill, the Mar- shall Messenger adds: Some fallows are going to claim that Mr. Gain ill is just lucky, and point to the twin calves as evidence of it. Mr. Garnill is probably just like eotue successful business men, he uses his head in his farming, and has made a study of the business of farming just as the merchant knows his business in order to succeed. Lots of farm- ers mer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1914

a*. 3oSaS rikttft, aaaessss -iJvJiL INTELLIGENCE _ Kit Mackerel at Bain Paofa. J. S. Morris Jr. aud fa>aily, hi Queen City, spent a wh'le here Sunday with their relatives. Buy your coffins, caskets and burial an its from John S. Mor- ris & Son. J T. Lath tnTamf W~~\V?Bliz- eard, of Now Colony, attended church here Sunday. Go to Sum Fant for,nice fresh cheese. W H. Hatcher and wife, of Shiloh, wore hero Sunday visit- *ing relatives. Important. B.-ar in mind|that Chamberlairi Tab- lets not only move the bowels but im ■ prove the appetite and strengthen the di- gestion. For sale by all dealers. S. E. Ellingtou is enjoying a Visit from his parents of Omaha. New Ribbon cane Syrup at Sam Fauts. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stanford, of Bear Creek, a niue pound boy on the 15th. Brick and Lime. The Linden Transfer Co. has a lot of pressed brick and lime on hand. Mrs. J. II Herndon returned Saturday from avisitto relatives bear Shreveport. Yes, we sell Studebakers Wag- ons T. M, Cochran...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1914

'' DOMESTIC INOS 6t*«4D UP IN AT. jm tractive style. ^4 aw* OF PLAN OP RECeiV DISCLAIM $26,000,000 BO ISSUE. mSi MAY FILE ANOTHER SUIT Attorney* for Receivers laaue State- ment Exonerating Director* Prom Charges of Fraud " ' Ifi" ' . Sim With St. Louie, Mo—Suit to recover $14,- 000,000 from directors and former directors of the St. Louis & San Fran- cisco railroad was dismissed in the federal court . The dismissal of the suit, which was filed by the receivers, is part of the plan of the receivers to disclaim * liability of the Frisco railroad on ft $26,000,000 bond issue of the New Orleans, Texas & Mexico railroad, t That .it was the intention of the re- ceivers to disclaim authority for £hat bond Issue was published sev- eral months ago and plans for the dismissal of the suit then were under .way. These plans were halted by the death of James Campbell, one of the defendants in tho suits. May File Another Suit. I The situation was outlined in tho federal court by Doomis John...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1914

<Vk. W V :* ' Mmrnmrnmammm "W' I r ■ I I 1 w f ■' & If ■' ■ FREDERICK PALMER (Copyright. 1914, by Charlw Scribner's Sou) SYNOP8I8. At their home oil the frontier between the Browns and Grays Marta Gallant? and her mother, entertaining Colonel Wester- llnir of the Grays, see Captain Lanstron, ptarr Intelligence officer of the Browns, Injured by a fall In his aeroplane. Ten pears later. Westerllng, nominal vice but real chief of stafr, reinforces South La Tlr, meditates on war, and speculates on the comparative ages of himself and Mar- io, who Is visiting In the Gray capital. Westerllng calls on Marta. She tells him pf her teaching children the follies of war and martial patriotism, begs him to pre- vent war while he Is chief of staff, and predicts that If he makes war against the Browns he will not win. CHAPTER III—Continued. "You think I am Joking?" she asked. "Why, yee!" "But I am not! No, no, not about •uch a ghastly subject as a war to- day I" 8he was leaning toward him, b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1914

i i!N I 1 Will places on the fa Kildare -Lewis „ „ Viola" lates, to-wit: at the following •kiiinmuimiimi..' « Hufflnee Bivias Galloway .. Cornett Hermitage .... Hughes Springs ~~ Lanier O'Farrell IZZT'ZIIZ!! Anti Springdale Cans , „ Itonch Bear Creek Avinger_ Concord. Almira Marietta ' Naples _ Dalton Bryan's Mill Cusseta. Douglassville Queen City Bloomburg November 23, 1914 24, " 25, " 20, 27, « SO, December 1, 2, 3 & 4, 11, ft <1 ft if ft it it it t% a it tt H ffe; 14, 15, 1«, 17, 18, 21, 22, *3, 28, 29, 30, 31, January 1,1915 2, 11. 12 & 13, 14, <• ft tt ft Atlanta " 15,10 & 23 After this I will be found iu the office at Linden. It. H. GRIFFIN, Tax Collector, Cass County. BUY A PET ALUM A BUY A PET ALU MA rUIfVPNTG Are Raised tnitlVLllD Profitably THE PETALUMA WAY SEND FOR OATALOGS NOW „ # Get An Early Hatching Start*——Poultry Is Money. SPECIAL OFFER Genuine White Indian Runner Ducks The 20th Century Egg Machines—Over 250 Pure White Eggs a Year —Dry Land Ducks. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 November 1914

— i_~__ JR—M JWwgMwaWBaBMMiEi^ ~ ''•••.«. ' vr ■•:. ■ ■ • • • f fc\ •?.: af. •'• ,. • ,.1 hi" • .' i,\ <■ . tm ' : ■ : " ' ' • , • . ■' a,f — r j,m B %!%< E.R A. ERflPIIVf Publishers. } .A. Paper X3evoted to the best Interests of the People. i Subscription, Per Annans VOL; 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914. NO. 47. W&r Revenue Taxes. Austin, Texas, Nov. 20, 1914. —Collector of Internal Revenue; A. 8. Walker, today called atten- tion to the requirements of the recently enacted Emergency Revenue Law, commonly cailed the War Revenue Act. beginning with the month of November, special taxes are im- posed on the followiug occupa tions: Dealers in tobacco, ci- gars, cigarettes, snuff,etc. (when annual sales exceed $200), bank- ers, brokers of all kinds, com- mission merchants, theater pro- prietors, circus proprietors, and proprietors of bowling alleys, pool tind billiard rooms. To avoid 60 per cent penalty, these taxes must be paid to the Collector of Internal Revenu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 November 1914

SUN 1":*s« mm i * - COME TO AGREEMENT ■■■ tARRANZA WILL RESIGN AT ONCe i ACCORDING TO WASHINGTON INFORMATION. TEXAS GUTIERREZ NOW IN CONTROL Convention'* Choice NotlflM United States He Has Assumed Power as President . Washington.—Complete settlement bl all differences between the Mexi- can factions was lndlcatd by a dis- patch from American agents at Aguas Callentes saying Carranza has noti- fied Gutierrez he will resign In his Xavor at onoe. . Secretary Bryan announJed he had received a telegram from American Consular Agent Canova, who has been with the Aguas Callentes convention eaylng: "Everything between the rival Mexican factions has been arranged satisfactorily." The message from Canova was dat- •ted at Aguas Callentes at 7 p. m. Mon- day and gave no details of the or- rangement. , Secretary Bryan was much pleased by Canova's message, believing that it presaged an era of peace In Mexico. Gutierrez Assumes Control. j Eulalio Gutierrez formally notified Ahe United States Monday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 November 1914

>■ w8$$m m I Wmitm THE CASS COUNTY SUN mm FREDERICK PALMER (Copyright, 19H. by Charles Scribner's Sons) 8YN0P8I3. At their home on tho frontier between the Browns and Grays Marts Galland and her mother, entertaining Colonel Wester- 11 n« of the Grays, see Captain Lanstron, staff Intelligence oflteor of the Browns, Injured by a fall In his aeroplane. Ten years later, Westorllng, nominal vice hut teal chief of staff, reinforces South La Tlr, meditates on war, unci speculates on tho comparative ages of himself and Mar- ia, who Is vtsltlng In the Gray capital. Westerllng calls on Marta. She tells him Df her teaching children the follies of war and martial patriotism, bees'him t pre- vent war while he Is chief of staff, and predicts that If he makes war against the Browns he will not win. On the march with the 53d of the Browns Private Htran- pk,y, anarchist, decries war and played- out patriotism and Is placed under arrest. Colonel Lanstron everheurlng. begs him off. CHAPTER IV—Conti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 November 1914

I- K iiioas : • riiisi IBO/V88 COUNTY SUN paUUlied wery Tao«l ]r, Is mitoroJ Bt tUcLluduo i o toffl<i«; us Socoutl,Claim matter, ratbs op subscription: Single copy per year J ' $1.00 '' six mont hs ' 60 cents No papers sent out without, the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or*we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line seas rt tion of a ] Prof. Ok la. Dec the Band lion during ft the Linden tbe Histruc tor. for Sulphur, Iras given ided atton- three months W. H. M. 8. Apples and Oranges at Sam Fuut's. On yesterday afternoon the H. M. S. was highly entertained at the home of Mrs. I). II. Morris. The hall and reception room was beautifully decorated with lovely autumn flowers, and the bright fire in the old-fashioned chimney made the room more home like. The charming manner in which Mrs. Morris receives her guests and the hearty welcome she gives always makes the ladies glad when she says "I will enter- tainjiext....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 November 1914

I ' • ■ ■■,!>!> . m ■§■ w 8ain P n ni'sf. and a boy on the 21?t. y|„ . I I I JH' Pi ^-.r, w UBP^ Burn to MV and M##.' ,1 im Lee Buy your coffins, caskets aud burial suits from John 8. Mor- ris & Son. New Ribbon cane Syrup at Sam Pants. 8. H. Vance transacted busi- nes's m Atlanta lust Thursday. Important. Bear in mind'that Chamberlain Tab- lets not only move the bowels ^but im- prove the appetite and strengthen th.. gestion. For sale by all dealers. Texas and Michigan Salt at Sum Pant's. Mrs. J. S. Smith, of near At- lanta, is spending this week here with her sou, G. W. Smith. Dried apples and peaches at tho Linden Mercantile Co, 8rieft and Liirie. The Linden Transfer Co. has a lot of pressed brick and lime on hand. Miss Lola Dees and Prof. Hix Harvey spent Saturday and Sun- day in lingoes Springs. Cotton seed meal and hu!!s at the Linden Transfer Co. Won't Drlay 'HVfiUhiiS Your t'oiiffli A slight cough often becomes serious, I.ungs get congested, Bronchial Tubes fill with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 November 1914

COUNTY SUN i I I • V \ :fL ROOSTING HIGH 3 ra<a**f*r ODE OF THE OLDEN TIME Poet In the Quaint Phraseology of Centurlea Ago Expressed Gratitude for the Kindness of the Creator, From a "Thankfule Heart." LORD. Thou hast Rlwn me a oell, Wherein to dwell; A little house, whose humble roof Is weather proof; Under the sparros of wliloh I lie Roth soft and drle; Where Thou, my chamber for to war4 Hast set a guard Of harmless thoughts, to watch and keep Me, while I sleep. Low Is my porch, as Is my fate, Roth void of state; And yet the threshold of my door* Is worne by th' poore, Who thither come, and freely get Good words or meat. GREATEST HOLIDAY IS OF THE HOME Especially Does the Day Upon Which the Nation Gives Thank3 for the Many Mercies Extended Stand as a Revelation of Domestic Happiness. THERE Is amplo cause for the spir- it of Thanksgiving day in tbj| place which the home holds in American life. It is enough to make any people grateful to be able Ty^I^pend upon such domestic healt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 November 1914

f*>,y i tzmz ML. we I ■ South Dakota on. w Testi Not Only Important In Dis- covery ®f Varieties Adapted to Arid Conditions, But to Cultivation. ft Co-operative testa by drought-re- Misting alfalfa from Siberia have been made by hundreds of farmers In South Dakota under the direction of (N. E. Hansen, horticulturist of the experiment station at Drooklngs, S. D. !Tbe experiments have been Impor- tant not only In the dUcovery of va- rieties adapted to arid conditions, but ,also in working out better methods of cultivation. Tho results are given in Station bulletin 141, and seem to indicate transplanting of one year roots, Instead of seeding, in getting a stand on dry land. Readers de- siring a complete report should ob- tain a copy of the bulletin. My experience, says tho author of tho bulletin, Is that by raising alfalfa plants in well Inoculated soil, every plant is abundantly provided In the course of the first season with nod- ules containing the nitrogen-gather ing bacteria so ...

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