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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 August 1894

VO .3.-NO. 28. SIHiE1:\ 2ý '()IP'1', LPSA\. T I', s_ lll',\ .. ' '" I, :i. º R1 "ON FORAGE CUOPS." imnle. stand, IPaper read by Mr. Aut. Mayer. of Shreve- crop s port. La., at Calhoun Expeiiu niit Satlion a'nd published by request of Secretary of Station. Not also requestin g all papers interested to copy cro). sane.-Editor The i'riucress.l the li Mir. President, Ladies and Gentlemen: other When the secretary of your associ- 'The ation informed me some few days and tt ago of your meeting, and invited me only 1 to take part in the discussion of the grour subject, "On Forage Crops- -How to ni{g p Grow and How to Cure Themn," I the g did not think that I was intended as oeveol one of the principal speakers. evauc Although I have not given the sub- ing. ject any special, thought I will en- quanl deavor to give my views on the same, begin for it is unquestionably one of the as the most important subjects that pre- on u sents itself to the farmers of North groul Louisiana, and one in w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 August 1894

A. KA t-HiN, 123 and125 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealt-r In Stoves, Crockery : Glassware, T'inware LAMPS AND HOUSE- --FURNISHING GOODS j Sole Acent for the Celebrated Charter Oak an Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. A Fuil Line of Heating Stoves and Cheap Cook-' ing Stoves. C((lnry Orders Respectfully Solicited. J. S. EIUNTER W. H. HUNTER, JB Hlunter Bros., -COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN- Groceries, Western Produce BI g i g, Ties ind Plilnaiion Spplies, SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID' TO CASH ORDERS. NOS. 606 & 608 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA, COOPER BROS.,i Livery, a1e aild Feed STABLES AND MULE PENS, Shreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702, 704, 706 and 708 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana Our facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business offered in our Line. We also have a large Lot of Horses and Vehicles tnat we Sell at a Bargain. tip F. MARTELt Q nO co NO 612 LEVEE co fr The Old Reliable ;fr li FOR IRON ROOFING.., la A big stock of V. Crimp, Corrugated and Standing Seam Roofing...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 August 1894

Sin irnce ileed itlt ip to,,od snehis wnavyI brow. lie was g iined far and de lihted with his ha' (,n heanelzor:. tps but it was sonthin more than he nere beautIy of his model's face that no . Oh, how lie d he s ed irl, ittin san de- de antcorlinerte with is ha own ihan i woik. spt buast p as s oingthin more than ise d. Suddere nly he turof his model's fac ht no caurossed his heart tome bt face. Ctould ha trayed. upon tw he canvas? t . tic poor girl, sitting s) wearily in l a it - a i tant corner, flashe n s of fire in it he ws passing in hi man e. ression of Sudforen lie turned his eyes in her ly directioand a loor in of astonihmweeksuponnt crossed his handsome face. Could it bu be possible that those were the fcat- sh uret which he had so cleverly por- of traedly upon the canas? the ahere were flashes of fire in, the on sweet blue eyes now and sp toke delite mouth pleasantly, curved in an erpression of bitternselyss that relieve had ntor seen be- ns fore. lly diwas amazed at the s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 August 1894

T RE PROGRESS. 'UBUISIA. U. El) U.... AT Rdito . " SI-r. rlwj it, lksti m ail Matter ilar ()FF/'F- GY SpitUK tree, 1» lcce itiijlH 1 One Ye. (r. ....... ... 1 B1x M ii . . itil Matter Three Mointth' .. ..Thirty 1i' fieClt' il1cial Jourual Caddo Parish Farcnrs Uuion SHREVEPORT LA. AUGUST 11. 1894. Sttte 'art m r+' n 1111 I inn'. I Iie. Iorv. ~tougs.· P~residet, Jobi ['c t }Btor S~croltlty. .). WV. 1 'irnc] ilo sIuer. I1Heetnrcor. A. Bieuolt, ' I luroe. Charirmaln 1':xteuntivt, Colu~luiite','J. G. Copelarnd, Aycock, JIn. ()flieiiil .Jo] Fuiin Uili of D)S3oto Prii~sh . ANNOUNCESMEVTb. .leci lj'or I l'|t .u1i~e. be ai W. arP a.lnthoriZ (I to fla ullilce [11do . hall A. 1). LA l I) na it ': ult 1:.rtt' for it' Ithe ' - 1 llt +,ruti<' nol ni' ltionl, of 1adhlitional ,ld +'t for the First Judital )istrict, State ofi Ali) W'ealle r llalhol'ized| to annou)l 'Q 11io11in A. W. (). I111('K uI Ui 'uti.ldihlae l 'for tn 1 sltran ,ldditiotl l juidge for: Ihe' FhIrt itllci ti 1)istriut , so I...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 August 1894

THE PROiRES. (* ) O a- v r^ O n 7 Y t 4 v. v. a" T T, r r CD / I h X 3 C : P C t n W ;· _ 00 C 2 0 v A ý G ar. C w 1 W C/ " W" x' "J a 7 _ ti C F 0 ti 0 7 ^ 0 0 ~ 7 r , C 1 C 0 i i i m w z. a . Tý. i: - S - z *: _ - r1 pp. _ ^.. -x :.7 "L f ýr ry , `d I" a ý r ' V' -r rri rn~c 4, 0 -. r-' -. ,. ~~_5St r: ~/ t';.~ a; b ~ 2·~ O, -~F/ I- - 0~r r 11 H L _d 9 =~ ; 1 s ~ o c-~ ~ m Qrn 5a a -i - // 'O C,3~ r"C ~ I s 1 ~ -," ;r I =c1· r I-C r tT 'hm * t~· 'I? iTHE PROGRESS. On Tht city coun IHREVEPORT, LA., AUGUST 11, 1894. sion at 6 son in t ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS councilm passenger trains reach Shreveport and de- Alston, ( part as follows: On motic TEXAS AND PACIFIC. of the I No. l West Bound leaves.... ... 9:2o am No 52 East-Bound leaves .......... 6:00 p m The nex, lo, 53 West-Bound leaves.............10:15 p m No.54 East-Bound leaves.............. 5:05 a in cial repo VICESBURG, SHREVEPORT AND FACIFC. very able EAST BOUND. report, s and C. leaves Shreveport............ 7:80 am ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 August 1894

THE PROGRESS C, D. HICKS, Ed. and Prop. Shreveport, - - - - La BOSTON'S crematory has ieon run ning six months and lhas rispo,d o forty bodies. It is not iiimps-l'ii, tc warm up a Bostonian if it is gone about in the right way, A,''OuI'.om to Ward M1c.\i.st, there are 28 American women who have married foreign title. A few of these were fortunate enough t,. get men along with their title::. PROEABLY it is the same p ,son who claimed to have dici veied tyrotoxicon in ice creamn who now declares that the odor of th, roso produces partial asphyxia of persons breathing it, as well as blood poison ing. But the dear girls keep on eating ice cream, heedlc.s of me.ical warnings, and still live. So will it be with roses. Any young man who supposes that he caln get out of an offering of "Jacks" or *"American beauties" by throwing out mercen ary hints as to asphyxia and blool poisoning has failed to understand the feminine gender. UTAH's admission to the union, making the number of stat...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 August 1894

TIBERNAC(LE PIULPIT, DR. TALMACE ON HE TRAGEDY « OF DRESS. . . in Crimes |lnumersrle IlaIe Thrlr Origin a In the ('ravlngs of 1("11 xn ll(l Ollorll, pl for Fine Dres,---.Arunlt i:e;raycrl li lls ua;ntry for HIls life's Attire. elr li',i.": 'J) x, ', . At:5 .3 --i :i- . 1 '. "'1 ll- : Ja , llh, iS noW in \lclb n ern. A. us- ," trslit:., on his round-the-worlbi tour, at has chosen as the stubject of his sermon y, for to-day through the press: "'The a, .Tragedv of tress,' the text selected la bein I. l'et., iii; ;-1: "\\hose adorn- tl ing ;et it not be that outw.ard adorn- t ing of plaiting the hair, aind the wear- to iog of gold. or of putting on of ap- il parel; but lit it be tile hidden man of tl the heart." tl That we should all be clad is proved tc by the opening of the first wardrobe fe in l'aradise, with its apparel of dark pt green. 'That we should all, as far as our means allow us, be ben utifully oi and gracefully appareled, is proved te by the fact that (;od never made a fa...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 August 1894

810 WHBERE EII To secure the Latest News and Market re port of the day, costing you only . 4/ PER YEAR Sendl in your addiress anl s~cuire it. You 'a obtain more linret news from it than :nLVY othier week lv j,u'urnal in the State, THE PROGRESS Furnishes the above and Guarantees it, and as for JOB WORK WE ARE PREPARED TO PRINT ANYTHING THAT CAN BE .PRINTED. ,ive us a chance to FICURE ON THE FOLLOWINC: Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Note Heads, Envelopes, Statements, Counter Bills, Dodgers, Receipt Books Etc., Etc. CET OUR PRICES FOR YOUR SBrief and 2rio- s Fall ',Ad&" oCA. ALSTON, COTTO2Tw :- FaCcom And Ceneral . - - Storage Warehouse Business. Liberal Cash Advancements on Consignrments. Office and Warehouse corner Coett and Spring saets, Shreveport, La: NINTH ANNUAL LOUISIANA : STATE : FAIF Shreveport st xgopitio 2 To be hld at Shreveport, La., 1111li I ! i ll ' III{ ! i I ll If l i l ll ý111f 1I 111111itiU1 Il l i tflil lf lf li i 1 SNOVEMBER 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 10 I tI'IIIIif!lflttili...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 August 1894

r VLN E PROGRES. VOL,.3..-No. 29. SITRI V El l,,., •.,,1 canri pre EIeoes ger. .. .. .. . . . . ayl INCONSISTENT. agail Labor has inherent rights as well and as capital, but Cleveland doesn't1 agric seem to think so...... Let Congress one I legislate for the general good, not the the : advancement of certain interests.... It For the farmer and laborer to stay will out of politics means to forever work pie for the pleasure and ejjoyment of acco others......A graduated income tax sche is the proper method of raising reve- begs nue for the government. It is also whit the only fair, just and equitable one isial ......The unnecessary issuance of him. $50.000,000 worth of non-taxable in- and torest-bearing bonds may one day pliel arise and damn Carlisle's further po- mat! litical prosperity......Free coinage lFosi of silver and the establishment of Y United States banks, will settle the lor, question, f finance very rapidly, if rapi the latter be operated in the interest sitK of the peopl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 August 1894

THE PROGRESS C. D. HICKS, Ed. and Prop. Shrevcport, - - - - I. To INCITr I'hiladelphians to a riot would seem to hbe impossible, but an adverse base ball score did it. Even the Quaker city can't stand every thing. *i'l:srw\~.Iu the cramps of oholera wend their way. It is now at~:,ieges and mLay soon be again at Hamburg. london and Ilivcrpool. \\ hat effort is the national health board making to prevent its importation ? SE:v;:ci.lu grown-up babies in Itoch ester, N. Y., a few days ago induced a lad of S years to stand and sit for ten minutes on a cake of ice and as a result the youngster's legs have been hopelessly twisted out of shape by an attack of inflammatory rheu matism. Mnis. KEEr of Now York declares that she can detect an insane man by her sense of smoll,and is positive that Mohammed Alexander Russell Webb has an insane odor. If this be true that insanity has its peculiar odor, a great deal of suffering in the future may be avoided. AN exception to the postal regula tions p...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 August 1894

up rpUCK. reud. r dni B. B. HIt4l , Ylee-Presldent. W. T. (3LAWIOuR , seo'y and Tre TDIRECTORS. P. M. HICKS. A. 8 . .IT('Ks, W. T. ('RAWFORD, F. II. GO(1 MAN, W. F. CHASE, BENJAMIN GRATZ of Warreu, Jones & Gratz, St. Louis, Mo. THE HICKS COMPANY (LIMITED), WHOLESALE GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, 115 AND 117 TEXAS STREET, StII1EVEPO IT, La. Warebouses: Corner 8Dring and Travis and Travis and Common Streets, LEON M. CARTER I -DEALER IN Pure Drugs, Mediciines, A7/ ZOILEý Ag 4 c'LEJ. -Makes a Specialty of GA.RDEN SEEDT which aro warranted to be always fresh. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED. Corner Texas and Spring Streets, - - - Shreveport, La. S. 6. DREYFUS & CO., -Wholcsale Dealers In DPY" GOQDS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Corner Spring and Crockett Streets. Prompt Attention Paid to Country Orders WHITED & WHELESS -Wholesale and Retail LUMBER )EALERS. --Make a Specialty of- 0 As1M,! BASE, iOULDG0 , : :: :: :: SIIIIG, FIiOOIlIG CEILIG. Also Cypress Shingles, Sash and Doors. BOTH ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 August 1894

T"E PFOGRESS. Offletl Jourzal Caddo Parish ~armers UniioU CHREVEPO. T LA. AIGLtST ts. 1s4. 1Pre~idrmt. *John P'ickett, Baton Roonl . V~ice- )Irsi'i . t1Nlt.Aniroscr Mouton~ me~cr. L..'zt irr. k. ltirt IVO u (nt Monroe. ''bairns' !t l .t~·cntivti ('cliuiinittee. J. ý'I. (JO1 'iittld,``\ _ s (;t('li, T 1Lti O livi .1o n +lFr'rio'r uion o AI OUNCEMEJTS. W ate ro Illtnt1oIi."'l' , tuollt u1,'te l11,i1. A. W. IhIit K ast a candidate rfor in astdditiontt j.itt le ftr the Fir-t .J hei;g D istr'ilt', subjt"Jr , to cIlt 'h action as rear bt. . te " tr tt tl byte the i ~ I er an o.t t ti v d o 'thi ~ 'Vrlte ritttit rieI e e to a. itnl Ilot< ' [Hei J. 1. J 4 > ;, .t tautld:4to for I the: , tm oturatic n ul i tna ~ for t:I) ;:,hts alt ia lu e o r i lf , 1' i r t I1, .iea l iit-tri,,', tIate cf l,,,tli-: la. ,V- are a u rthl'i. 'e at lotti tel- lithe tteof itli,,. .J. IIFNRY sIIEPHt EI IFI ItI ti ta.i.dtltet fr at an t:ot.al jd1lre f the First Judicial Distrit utt f Le tt:iata, ttubj-'t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 August 1894

THE PR OGRESS. T TIHE PROCAESS. pat( gyVEPORT, LA , AUGUST 18, 1894. of I the 0IVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS :ex .unger trains reach Shrevcport and de- hele Sfollow s: mnitl TFYAS AND PACIFIC. 51 We't B ndl leav'. .... .......9:2 a m to " east.- Ion, le yvces .............0:00('p hav E \\est .BoIle ' leai vs.... . ....:.. 0. am n so S gasI.IIoUnd leaves.. soli flCKBR 'yR(;G, S~.tVi-.P(,I:T AND I ACIFC. FA'T PoUND. leaves Shreveport .......... 7:30 a in ofti( C, leaveIs .......... ' i dC. lcaves A ... .. pm I WFUT Bo't'). and od C. leaves A. lanta . ...... 10.... a m y .I t a , ....... 1:. . pm dip, g.d C leaves Vick~n1r .. .. 2on p m tloU d C. arrives an -hre eport .. .. :00 p m OT'iTON p.EI.T--N( I'TII RoUND. '" -ves ~hrtVePO rt... ............. .4: pm Win ve t . le, " t ..hi . ... . .. . . .: I p th ves Lewiville .. .............. L ' p In ve , , ' ,,, i. ti Wi es a' il, ...............p... ' ai In "e xa r kh i ., . . . .. . . . . . , a . in 1 0 p .rr ves 'a es 1r"1po t -.........

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 August 1894

LOL'RID(;F~ LIVI D HAPPILY TO cULTH R 4ALWAYS t | ;I r 1 1P1 - , | f t' a  l III V l eh -- 'T h ei I, ortl v, n , ',Iluil r if I .Alllml'riel liut I m our t , for in ttl-.,nd lit, l're di :rteel " I 'rln.,i liflle. . . 1i I: ll . Tl il ill' -.,rd , ,'rLi.' r - It , ý ,Y'1 lt\ l, Ii,,,1ti ;,t h Ott 111 0 ll0 t ;11110u ý- ,It ' Ii t h :, l t'\t'!' Il it -ie, a, t. e ' ,.t unplt iuI ;lr of .1t li i P lt . I : a d h.n i. l'prtt e - i i t '.h I::. l....., antl li ri r I i m oreli , ' :[l0, t e O f... t ih e I rana e to tla:llc eI!iut, lc f -, d ;,, Ebn, isi. ponblie. i. ltat :h mu. ,,: n ,n 0itL privatit famt ily hIa ,tor' ".t'ers'y r ice i td b th t' 'Ve ainli notr et ' w rit de liht: w ht tes, wheak , ,,kbu:ri: , it d all l' ngland \tept. al 'hut. 'l, .is ,tscah. al oii luine ,pr [ of lioi i -i -,,t i of the strangte tchae'ac terit:s of the English public, it ,ot'or-dr it  own n itlh plhvlaeteries: ctlie oilt "Thakli I;od, we mo re ot as other e n alore" iand places on pedei-a tal,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 August 1894

in the last dat rbIndian in ( a. fur Onoether marriage is reportedo he- " palae white girl and a whose resemn ane tohe girl is Miss Eva tstrikinev. onlE When the r,','lion was at its height. ., ho has been a ler makin way to- real ward tto quen's apartment for the iMrs purpose of tak:ng her life. th~is noble- ,wis] Chan and he d aughter manai d to be aw hinder their approa'n h long enouh toe wo chroice i, r)I iioitCe Sioux from the 11:1 give the e ueen o time to exm han, t 1 clothing with the daughter, and in'" ain' this diuie to lattleave the palace. The son' 02111p ~ h tn o(ail roin reet~ntiv, anti devoted girl. arrayed in the rproyalc t i inrobes, a stook her place on tishe queen and athrone, and a tmly awaited the a me, ustiroach of thae ,on-piratorsl who soon knopi vied. 'l 'y la.' gorse; to the ,~'t;'Yn pros where ste e.\u 't 'o gt a };lace a time rtsched into the a''nroom, and stabbed Nothe probably :; et~is to ii'.0 off of whlat A she canl rta.-. .' ýerai Amoco-ean (irivi ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 August 1894

F ,ERE F To secure the Latest News and Market re port of the day, costing you only THE PROGRESS Sl1'llr1islhes the n 11\1' all,1 (;ý i ;iai t('( . it, :11.ied ,for JOB WORK WE ARE PREPARED TO PRINT ANYTHING THAT CAN BE PRINTED. Cive us a chance to FICURE ON THE FOLLOWING: Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Note Heads, Envelopes, Statements, Counter Bills, Dodgers, Receipt Books Etc., Etc. CET OUR PRICES FOR YOUR Brief and SFall '"Ad '" C. A. ALSTON, COTTIcT. :- "FA.TCo And Ceneral - - - Storage a Wareholse Business. Liberal CZsh Advancements on Cons~ignments,. Office on 1 WXarehouse coraer Crockett andl Sprinre Ikeets, Shreveport, 'L.• ti. ...,'j i: , NINTH ANNUAL LOUISIANA : STATE : FAIR Shreveport ExposiLion To be held at Shreveport, La., IIIr ll lllrtil.rtrlr 1 Iu rll rill illI I I rll I in tll:iff il f lrrlrI r IIIftIIIIIIIIIILU1l rl i rtlll tllf i111 NOVEMBER 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 10 Il i Illlllllllll llflll l l li llllll tlllllll lllll lil llll1111 l lllllll ilt lllllIIIII II1 1 1 IIIIIIII ll...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 August 1894

S" RO GI ;. VOIJ.-N . 100 do pre-ss Ee loe .itl a MA, T( "TOWN TAI1A v O PIE. Nei1 "An(d 11now coles the Shreveport-Ne soots4 a!ldl savys that (Gov. Foster of t is "lnsurpler, and that (ov. Mc- t)arts Eoery wasnr't elected in the saImer manner as Gov. Foster. Will THE yjson e"s p1*eae p oitit out the dliffer- , senc in the tmet llo(l' used by the 't ore D mOC'tas to carry their State ticket .All wheo, -cEnery was a candidate, and mail that who . Foster was the candidate?. dlec It to' k v t es in both instances and nli(i the votes were socure'1 in the same styl way in 1984 that they were in 18)2, duec and TE Ia'i i(Eno ss ought to know it. prat However, since Bro. Hicks, the hitL editor of 'TIE PROGRESS, got it irnto tr his head that lhe could defeat the Pet regular Democratic nominee for (on- vie, grossn, in the old Fourth District, by I running as an ilndependeut "Jeffer- il onoian Democrat," (excusing himself tllhis hy saying that a primarY vote of all wol the white I)Democrats of...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 August 1894

FARM DEPARTMENT. USEFUL INFORMATION FOR AMERICAN FARMERS. IeleattOe Methods of Managing the Modern Varrn ant Gartidn-Live Stock, Poultry, Dairy, Apiary and Orchard ,,Nsibilities of Sub-Irritration. It their report on sub-irrigation ex periments the professors at the Ohio station say: The first attc-mpt was with :cttuce on a very small scale, and the experiment has been enlarged until now about one-fifth of an acre ander glass, is occupied in conducting this experiment to a final dlemonstra tion. It has been found that the let tuce rot may be largely controlled in :his mannier, but by far the greatest benefit arises from the greatly accel erated growth of the plants. By this method of watering, a lettuce crop comes to maturity from one to two weeks earlier than by the old method, and the crop is increased 50 to 100 per cent. Iadishes respond in a like degree and cucumbers to nearly the same extent, but tomatoes are less benefited. Smilax and carnations thrive finely under this treatm...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 August 1894

7/iiAoIE ) N AI .t a v e if e X:1;' ;; 10 N. II. I 1 SaL was the fir. .. /ý ý ~ ·ll reii t lt-." iii -V sev ,":al "f tOe Lon II-in dailies. .1t 10 n el cl tI saune, minriirtg. a shart thwk Is t, man, Witi - an11 extrflemely red ie showiint that he had leen a hiuI liver in t!: ser viant hall, knock "d at th l door cif the Iimnse on Wng \ rma-I. . itti attired servant. girl apipeand on the threshohl. 'Is Mr. (oodtlni:i iii." askhed the callier. lie is, responded thel girl, with several critical glancis at the tian who stood before her. "I Should like to see hirnm on bsi 'What. name shall I say'" ''Mr. Smiler." The girl disappeared. Then the man hogan to examine the apart ment in a leisurely manner. "Some swell, evidently.'" inurmnurd I the man with the red face. The girl reappeared. "lMaster wants to know what's your business?" "I called in answer to an advertise ment for a valet" "You can wait here," she said, "master isn't up yet." "Must be some blooming sport," the visitor commente...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 August 1894

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Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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