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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 May 1889

M- rjK I I $Mtf4)tNNOTM' Trrf 'n "'t' if" L ' '" tut 1 iiwiumwi mmmmmmiimmm wis ft iijmmuKiii)'in!iMiM!injiitiji TlWINIE "I Zll A I DBMf N.Z1Q uu m isn V : A3 jL. LJ L i nab. I 1 1 LaJLX ' i n jwnt ZL Oddddc inanaL rWrd UDnn7 fU37 Auv &b3apnnnnnf S7 MJUULJ1 ti -&-u::E:R02r 5s mzx-Lina. m W7 For Rent. " I desire to rent my west side resi- dence to a family with whom myself and wife cou'.d botl-and reserve one room for our use. -20-tf K K.. Lie.! n. "Donkey Party." The ShtriUiaa li.ind will celebrate llie.r third animtr-.ir b) giving a "Donkey I'am on Frid.i) evening Mav 24th 'I he jla(e is not yet de- cided ui)on 1 it notue will be given in due time All aie cordially united to attend and participate m the fun. City Council. Mayor Wnsten announced the fol- lowing standing committees at the meeting of the ouncil Tuesday night: Financl b F. Steer M. C. Lam- beth. Fire N. Porter Fd S Hughes. :iRr.rn nd Ukiom.s C. Evans Ed. S. Hughes. Henr) Montgomery and J. II. I'arramore were ap...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 May 1889

rlsp lumlfcwilfiiyi IMMBSifEttttilW h4. The Abilene Reporter. a VOL. VIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MAY 24 1889. NO. 21 PA It Ot f v f I A &. m & lV POWDER Absolutely Pure. TliU powder nqvcr varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. ' More economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not Ue sold in competition with the multitude of low test short weight alum or phosphate powders; Sold only in cans. Royal Hakinc. I'owder Co. i 06 Wall St. N. Y. WASHINGTON. V;iiiMr.TrN Mnv ti Amnnrr dV the odd requests contained in the mail iSjSc of Mr. Robert Porter the new super- ''Ifru intern Annt rf foiicc ivnc rnt ln.niv that eclipses anything yet received. It V' simply asked Mr. Porter to share equ- '. nllv thf cnlnrv tf Wi nffcrf with till writer who said that the presideat had evidently intended -to appoint him to the place his name being the same as that of the new superintendent. In support of his of view of the case the writer volunteers the information that he comes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 May 1889

s a w V- "xroccsxr cnimon directory KIrt nptUt miiliir i'lioili BsW i. m.t crvUvit tin. in. niMiH.t) 11 in.; pram meet- ing rvof)' WetliiMiiiiy nlRlit. t. v. smith piutlor. Metlioillit Sontli mlf.y-rli0(il 9:) n. in.; wrvlro At 1 1 n. in iimtH p. in ; itnji'MiiPOtlim every Wiilmttny (veiling nt tf . in. ('. H. MrCnMcr. nilnr Clmrrli of'tlio llcdvruly llpt Services tin Sululny nl It n. in. mill .1:10 p. lit.. i'XrcitliiK on Hip M'Ptnicl Sunday Wiilinwlnjr cvi-iiIiiki nt 8:iW; Sululny m'IiohI ut h-30 h. m. firm l'rpHjtprluii Hnmlny kpIiooI every Sun- lUy nt Si n nt in. ; 'tvlrc Ilrt ntiil mm'oiiiI Sun- lnyit In iucIi miiiitli nl II n. in. nml H: M p. in.; iiriiytMiipptlim uor) WciIiipmIii) ulxlit AlH:"MIIi. 111. J. A ('ii'lxlitnil. pntlnr rlirlrtlAti t'lnii-f'Ii J-utiilnj ipIioiiI o pry fundus ntfl'.'io n m. sprvlii'i pvpry tlilril nml fourth Stitiln tin frti'li month nt It n. in. nml s p.m.! piniprnipplliiB HpdiiPfilny nlRlitnt H p. m. ; pimiiniiiitnii wnli-M Junnftcr Sunday M'lmol o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 May 1889

t -N P ' ft fe:? 1 II f : w 1 M' frHttir A (' . fc LnZE STOCK. I Corns iii Horso'a Foot. A correspondent of the I'raclical Farmer writes J Horses with flat feet and low heels arc liable to have corns. A corn mostly forms in the inner angle of the heel between the wall and the bars ami in some few instances corns form in the same situation at the out- side heel. A corn may be described as a bruise which is produced on that part of the heel situated between the bar and the wall or crust. The bruise is caused by the pressure of the shoe at this part and is especially liable to occur when the heels have been cut down too much and the sole about the heels top extensively pared away. Uy doing as described the horse's weight is thrown more on the heels than it Ought to be and they arc less able to resist pressure on account of the ex- tensive removal of horn. Uneven seating of the shoe is also a cause of corn and this may act as a cause where the horn has also been excess- ively cut away. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 May 1889

1 I J ( ( . . - - - - "I .- . Klf I 1 fJ ! t !f J M r i a. T 7 The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED Af ABILENE - - - TEXAS. li'IUDAY MAY 24 1889. ydfjV HORNY A'. Editor. GJtO. W. HO AC I f Associate Editor. Subscription Katos. One yenr $1.50 Six' months 75 Three mnil-lhi 40 OfTiLC in Iltmler HuiMing ml Second Sircil. KliU'iod nl tin- Aliili'iic Tcxii!". 1'uvtiifllci' n vroml ('1hi M'll M11II1 r. 1 Horse thieves were captured Comanche county last week. President Diaz has been invited attend. the Atlanta exposition. in to Steve Brodie jumped over P.issiac falls without injury on May 20. A negro was killed at Gordon Sun- day by another negro a miner. Trouble is expected between New- foundland and the French fishermen. Twelve' hundreo men have been discharged at the car shops in Pullman III. Those who have seen the Spring Palace pronounce it a marvel of beauty. Eddie Rogers a thirteen year-old boy was drowned near Kyle a few days ago. FrankW. Palmer of Chicago has been appointed public print...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 May 1889

iss1 M.rtrtin h mhu4 - (jrvtF- e--ww ifc'-i-a Vjt H - Tny V'T i iTffrrif;iiiV-ife5Bw5?5'(r- SaWSV 'C t i W tV & V)' LOOAI Texm and Pacific Local Timo Tabic ' f.AST-IIOONIl PASSKNOFR. Arrives '. . .ll:oo a. m. Departs 1 1125 A. m. WKST-IIOUttli t'ASSRNGRR. Arrives 3:34 p. l. Dcparis 3i55 ' M. . Mr. Jolin Minter is quite sick. Taylor county will be nt the- spring palace. J. It. Parrnmorc visited the Fort Monday. W. L. Gatlin is in eastern Texas this week. The machinery men are on the fly this week. Captain C. F. l'earre was in town yesterday. Ed. S. Hughes spent Saturday in Sweetwater. Prof. Perky of Missouri was in the city Monday. ' J. M. Boyce is a' new subscriber for the Rnroiui:K. W. H. King shipped two cars of bulls Thursday. TirJCTilIett was in Baird on legal business last week. R. A. Hates shipped a car load of mares toShrevesport. 1 Henry Sayles left Wednesday on a business trip to St. Louis. - Mr. Damven Waco spent several I KT Jays in this city last week. V ."I Mrs. C. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 May 1889

Lw tajfefa rfM&mmmtviw&miiif&t'y ; pi rm I !W. : 1 ft -'.' J 1 A ; ?; vy I 1 P'it fl .1 .11 A i V! i:i 4 it 1 1 s w -i- AGRICULTURE . Parm Notes The idea of teaching evety girl to thtimp n pintio and every boy to he n book-keeper will make potatoes $4 a bushel in twenty years Hodge Co. (G.1.) Journal We see lengthy and minute directions in agricultural journals how to kill lice on hogs. We kill lice effectually without injury to (he hogs by putting the herd of swine in a small pen made for that purpose and sprinkling on their backs and head a mixture of a gallon of soap suds and a pint of carbolic acid and kerosene. Ux. ' An exchange publishes in Texas copies the following from a Chicago (hi 111 journal and serves it up to its readers as information about cultivat- ing fruit :k 'Standard orchard trees as sent from the nursery vary from five to seven feet in height with naked stems or trunks and a number of branches at the toj) forming a head. These branches should all be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 May 1889

Ksf "$ 'lHIHJapu. JWt . T I . r f 5 n POULTRY. ft Many eggs left in n. lien's nest loud 10 muuee silting. Hens should be killed when three y&irs old as they lay less eggs every year after the third. The crumbs and scraps from the table and the parings and waste of (jty vegetables all of which usually go into the garbage barrel will be relished by the hens and be manufactured by Them into fresh eggs. Breeders the world over understand very well that continued neglect and constant breeding in-and-in will in time extinguish the vitality of any breed and they understand quite as well that the opposite course will soon restore a breed to its original vigor. Blow Persian insect powder though the hen's feathers with a small bellows; she will brood her chickens soon after and in twenty minutes all the lice will have left the family. To avoid their presence altogether use the powder freely in the nests when the hens are VIf Sllung" Juwak Vermin upon the wood work of the jffn' fowl house ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 May 1889

J .' ' wl 4 . I ii w 1 1 n fl 1 J OOTHAM PRESS HILLINGS. The "Armod Mobrt Willi tho rat- Wotto Flag. A Mexlcitn War Veteran Hai His SnyAbo-t tho Centennial Flog IncMon A Trio of Intrepid Travoleri Poiulou Money Short. Ki w Vork. May 21. The Mun's Charleston special says : L. V. loi)eris(Mi .1 Mexican -war vctcr.in.nntl . svell know n hank officer here has been ' induced by a newspaper reporter to 1 ilk about the Sherman centennial (lag incident. Robertson served through the Mexican war as second lieutenant of company !'. in the regiment from this state known ns the palmetto regi- ment. He also had a hand in the late unpleasantness on the southern side lie is not an admirer of Gen. XV. T. Slurmau. Here is what he sas : "The great lurn burner and bummer Chief Shi-riinu ought to read up a little of the history 01 his counir). 1 here are men who fought for the union when Sherman was in knicker- bockers. I don't know whcie Sher- man was in the days of '48 and there- abouts but I know tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 May 1889

TTT1 iiffww . Irv w- The Abilene Reporter. VOL. VIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MAY 31 1880. NO. 22 VAii'ii II i .''- - v - tt iC ) vE. w tri I 8 ' Mi mmm fMW F RbYALW5'.1Ji ( POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholc5omencss. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not be sold in competition with (he multitude of low test short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Rovai. Hakim; Powder Co. 106 Wall St. N. Y. IN FOR IT. Three Parties Indicted for the Mur- 5 der of Dr. Cronin. Clan-Ha-Oaol Adopts Resolotiona Denounc- ing the Murder and Pledging Assistance. A SENSAllON DENIED. Chicago III. May 28 The Times in a late edition this morning prints a statement that Patrick O. Sullivan the ice man has lifted the veil of the con- spiracy made a full confession and given the police the names of every tbne he knew that was implicated in the murder of Dr. Cronin. The statement is made chiefly on the authority of Mayor Uold...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 May 1889

m 9 VI 4 1 S i If i ! "f if 1 :1 'I ! u lm z:jlz i XjOCJlA-Xi. CHURCH DIRE0T011Y. I'ltui iiiili--Siiiiity h ImhiI; !')So it in.: ftcmrrx nt 1 1 it. ni. huiIhs'M hi; pinct mci'l- Iiir ovwy Wcilhi-Miii' iiljthl. it. W Sriiltlf. pAMof. McllliMllrt. Somlr vimitny Minul. I):?) n. in.: sorvlc i' nM I n hi iiihIn i im : prnJiT mcrllni! I'vtr) Wciliu'ulN) I'wniiiiri n! i in. '. ". Mcrntrpr imMoi. ' ('limt'll of tlio llt'iiti'iil lli-i Kcr Ire hi ?Mulii)' lit II it. 111. mill ":.'! 1 1. in. cxivpllnu on llm foronil Smiiliiy: WViImi-wIhv immiIiiki '" H:.'U ; Sninliij M'liuiif iii HiSiiit. in. Klrkt I'rpilijtt'rliuiSiiiicliiv m'IkkiI oiir Mm 1ny ill li: It it. in.: piIio tlrliiinl wnniilMiii lny Mi ciii'li inniiili ill ll it. in. ninl N . li. in.; iiriit-'i' incftlni! fin) WimIiu'mIh) uklil lit Hi-lil '. III. .1. A. CifUlilnii. nliir. . I'lirMlnn Clilirrli )iiiii1ii).kIhoI l-UTt Vllll(lll) lltll'.JHI 11.111. M'ttlll'l. I'IJ tllltll 'lllll fotirtli Miiiiilitvclnciii'li limiitli nt II ii. in. ni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 May 1889

IfW" Is 'J W -"- I fc .! iM II rWW.yi .l - j A Vu Itf A Lw. . LIME STOCK Havo Mercy on tho Horses. As Ihc spring work begins remem- ber that horses feel the licnt ai inilcti or mote than we do its if wc become burdened we can easily lay aside our heavy clothing and substitute that which is lighter. The horse tan not .always do this for although nature proclaims that animals "shed their coat" in the spring yet it is often the case that the horse does not part with his heavy coat of hair until late in the season. 'Ihen too do not hurry him too much How would you relish be- ing urged continually at your work? when limbs are growing weary and ex- ercise and sunshine combine to bring the perspiration starting from every pore to have a whip flourished around your cars.uhile some one who held the reins of power shouts "get up!" How good it would seem to stop and rest a minute to "get your breath." Per- haps when the corner is readied you will hear the welcome "wlwn." As the corner is neare...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 May 1889

KSSESSSSHI rimsttHtSSt 1-1 t I the 'Abilene Reporter. pUqliohed at ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY MAY 31 1889. JOHN HOE NY JR. Editor. GEO. W. ROACH Associate Editor. Subscription R&tei. One year $i-5 Si month's I.... 75 Three month V . . 40 Office in Honter HuiMinj; on Second Street. Kntcrnl at Iho AIiIIpiic. TYxin. l'oMofllco nit M.'(iiinl Cliiv M ill Mutter. Wctherford is to have a wool scour- ing mill. Minister Ryan has been received by President Diaz. Dr. Forstcr says that tight collars cause short-sightedness. The Southern press association met at Chattanooga on May 23. R. T Treadwell committed suicide in jail at Brenham by taking poison. The capital board will advertise for bids for improving the capital grounds. Ex-I'resident Cleveland has been invited to attend the Dallas fair next fall. There are five million acres of land in Texas which can be had lor the taking. The East Line and Red river rail- road has passed into the hands of a receiver. i - John Bennett was killed w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 May 1889

I MfWl " T 4r- A. tf W it 1?" ITU 4 I4OCAJL1. Toxna and Pacific Local Tlmo Table. t'.AST-IIOUNl) I'ASSKMUU. Arrive . . ". 1 1 :po a. m Departs 1 1:25 Ai M WRSr-llOUNO TASSKtiUR. Arrives 3134 i M Departs 3S5 '" M Prof. J. M. Waestaff was in the city Tuesday. Prof. Pace of Marlm.wasin Abilene this Week. The district fair will be a surprise to everybody. Henry Sayles returned from St. Louis Monday. A fishing party left yesterday for Deadman creek. Work on the new School building is progressing rapidly. Mr. J. H. Paramore left for the In- dian Nation Monday. Geo. W. MeDahiel went to Anson h. on business this week. J. R. Railey left for his home in Hillsboro "Wednesday on a visit. C. S. Ray of Strawn was seriously hurt by his horse a few nights ago. . m Commissioner's court meets next Monday as a board of equalization. Mrs. J. S. Arrington returned to her home in Mobeetie last Saturday. Col. J Mond. P. Co j left for Sherman 10 be absen 'iveral weeks. Yesterday was decoration . v and the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 May 1889

"5W1$5wflW' mmmmrnmmmamimmm . i Ki I i 1 KGRICULTlRE. farm Notes. ' Thuiu is jio security in mortgaging growing roni. The supreme court of Nolirnkn lias just decided a question of inters to money lonners. Grow- ing corn find been mprtgnged; after cominjclumaturity it was hnrlesntcd and sotd to grain dealers. The owners of the mortgage sued them for the value of the coin. The court decides that growing corn is not the corn after it has been cribbed and sold; in other Words that the mortgage will not hold and the plaintiff can not recover. Every one who has anything to do with a cow should learn thoroughly this fact; that oery annoyance and tiling that excites or frets her takes a proportion from both the amount and liclmes;. of her yield and in just so much takes moivy from her owner's pocket. A man who will permit it to be done much less himself dog the cows home from the pastuie or kick and club them about the turn or yards is not a fit person to own or have barged' cows. It is not...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 May 1889

n " k v ? i Vv. I H f fa ir . 4vi POULTRY. facts About Eggs. A stnnll hen will lay as large eggs as will a heavy hen and requires less room. Fresh eggs are always in demand and at good prices no iriattei' what the market may Ite. Assure your cus- tomers that your eggs are collected daily and only trom your own yaids and you can dfctate the price. To test this go into the market and try to procure eggs known to be strictly fresh not over twenty-four hours old. Always assort your eggs. Do not have several colors and Sizes together. Put the dark eggs in one basket and the light ones in another and pick out the small ones to be sold separately. It will pay and assist in securing you a reputation The New York markets prefer light- eggs and the Boston mar- kets dark ones. Endeavor to keep hens instead of pullets as the egg will then be more uniform. A hen will lay well until she is six or seven years old. It is time to replace them only when they begin to fail As long as they lay well kee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 May 1889

mmf !SKJ5S7ij4.wuiAjniTcr: I i q $ v 'A J! t i I n il HI Mr Cleveland's Spoeoh. Mr. Cleveland delivered the follow- ing interesting speech at the banquet given him by the youlig men's demo- cratic club of New York on May 27th: Many incidents of my short "residence in this good city have served to fill my cup of gratitudctatul to arouse my ap- preciation of the kindness and con- sideration of those with whom I have made my home. The hospitality for which the citi- zens of New York have long been distinguished has outdone itself in my welcome. The members of my pro- fession have upon my return to its ac- tivities received me with fratfrnal greeting and pcisonal friends have not permitted me to feel like a stran- ger in a strange rity. And yet 1 can truly 5ay that none of these things will be more.-vividly or gratefully remem- befed than the opportunity offered me liy this occasion in greet the political friends I see about me. While I be- lieve that no one is more susceptible than I o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 June 1889

w . 1 The Abilene Reporter. VOL. VIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 14 188&. NO. 24 m IK W- t . AxivfeiM w P ffnbYALKWIB J ESMtiuTiiyri'ayiJ POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength ami wholesomcness. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not be sold in competition with the multitude of low test short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. KOYAl. IiAKINU I'OWDKR CO. 106 Wall St. N. Y. IN CONEMATJGH VALLEY. The State To-Day Takes Charge of the Work of Clearing Away the Debris. The Bodies now Discovered aro in Suh Bad Condition that there is Littlo At- tempt at Identification. PASSI1S INTO THE HANDS OK THE STAIE. Johnstown Pa. June n This is the last day for clearing away the ef- fects of the flood by the civil authori- ties. To-morrow the state takes hold of the work of restoring the valley to its condition before the flood and all work done after to-day will be done under the supervision of Adjt.-Gen. Hastings Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 June 1889

ft w YrmolfM.Tii'tlWrT r- MRflW J if CHUltCH DIHECXOBY I'lrfcl rtntlut Similar Mlwdli Bi.10 n m.j rorvlrm ot II A. M. nml tj:!W in. i pf Mr-mect- Iiik eVcry Woillicuwy ihriu. l. nuiuiii piiMur. MctlindIM thmllM. Smith Smiilny-wlionl. 0:30 n. in.! cifont II iliii nml a p. m s prnjcr mcolltiK : WlMllrnln) ecnltiR nt H p. m. .'. H. ncrvlciw oronr W Mct'imcr piitlor. Church of tlio ttenvcnly Hct-Servlcc tin Hunilny nt" . nt. mul H:3op.ni.. oxccptlim cm llio nccotiil Suiiilay. Wiliicilny cxcillnni nt BiSO; Huiulny-u'li'iiil nt 0-.T0 n. in. First I'rcntij tcrlnn Stnmlity-Rfhool every Httti' tiny nt fl: IS n. m. : cervices llrnt nml teentnl Sun- ilnyn In rneli mniilli nt tl n. tn. nml 8:30 p.m.! rrMcr-rriectlm' every eiliiP'ilny nlgnt nlHsSOji til .1 A rriHRlituii. pntor UlirMIwi cliurcll Suiiilny-seliool every Hmiilnj nliviso 11.111 . fenleo every Ihlnl nml fourth tflinilnVH lu eiii'liinoiilli ntllii. in. nml 8 p.m.: tirnjeMiieellnRlTxltieilny nlRlil nt 8 p. in. : eommimlon MTvleen Jnt af...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 June 1889

' r fe '4 & 1 P 'rt .1 $ E?? fy t h Agriculture. t Food Farming. Speakltig of thcf feed value of corn in different stages Governor Hoard of Wisconsin saysi "If I am not greatly mistaken no farmer can afford to raise corn to husk as long as he can raise fodder which will be worth two or three times the cost of shelled corn.'.' LUCERNE OR ALrAl.FA. Many people arc surprised that Luc- erne should grow and thrive in the semi-arid regions of the west. The secret is that its immense tap-root runs down until it reaches permanent mois- ture. The Country Journal says that the roots will extend 40 feet down in search of water. This is corroborated by other observers. There is no doubt that it is the most valuable sin- gle plant for all that western region not natural to the cultivation of red clover. Prairie Farmer. A cover to the silo or weights are wholly unnecessary. The silos that had no covers of any sort last year did not show more surface waste of silage than those covered with pap...

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