Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, March 04, 1909, Page 2, Image 2

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    nit : , ousTifiii COUNTY , JNEDIIASKA :
: tinny
Monday
TinKmtfif Laundry
SOA1' . ' . Yellow snniiM I I
contain ro5'i. . SUNNY MONDAY contains
jj no rosin.
i'Sunny ' iMondny bubble , ' ? will wwili away.
yiir Iro'.ib:1 : ! . "
Tso ( "iold Hust il ,
is better and elieitper
than yelow soap.
Buy Sunny Monday
and Gold Dust
i > ,
-OI-
PEALE i
Alcohol ,
Why use wood alcohol
when you can buy { jraitt al
cohol ( UMiaturized , just as
cheap ? Denatured alcohol
has a pleasant o.'o' and ii ;
harmless to use.
Wood alcohol han been
known to cause blindness.
Denatured alcohol can be
used for cooking- , healing ,
etc.
Tha Busy Druggist
Schedule of Ilrolien Bow Muili.
IOITCI1UB VOK 11111 h\fT I t.'l'llt AS 1 ( II I ( UVh !
Tialu NoId (1 ( . , , n
Tr.iln No-U 'j ' n a in
PCI LIlKtt fllK 1IIU Will , I rlll'IH AH I'lll I IUVH :
Tralu No 411 S-nn a in
Tialn Ni < ! ' . : l < t 11 in
Ollioe iipun Siiiutiv Iroin IKM I. ) llu ) : .1. 111.
tverk Uaya. rt-n ; .1. ill lu7i : : < | III
H.&M. TrainS
WI'.ST ItOUNI ) 15AST llOMI'.n
No. .t htf ; a in No. 4d I ) ; in a in
No. 'I ' : " ) Nn. 4" ' > : ' & a in
NIL 43 S : am No. 44 11:27 : p m
Nos 39 anil 4i > run lu-lui-m Lincoln anil llrokeii
Jlow only , anil not on Siimtayx
rrrlulit trains Nos 47 ami 4 carry pasneuircrs
liut aru run aa cxlras
BUSINESS POINTEtlS.
Dr. Mass , Dentist. OverMcCoinas'
Drs. Kama worth &
Dentints.
Drink " 131 ic Ribbon" coffee
Roasted fresh eve y day. 2-1 n
FOR SAI.IC. Kour room iiottsc
with 1-6 block of ground. Close
in. 11. Sirnonsun 22-1 f
Drink "H'uf Ribbon" rnlTcp
Roasted fresh t vi ry das' . 2 I
Drink "Hluo U'ibbon" cff. < . c
Roasted fresh c-\er\ d.iy. 2-1 it
1 have now at ranged to t.ik
care of a m'ncral collection busi
ness , having secured a com pet n
clerk and slenoyrapluM1 , and I
collections will im-ivo prmnp
and entiyctii * attention.
20-1 f N. T.
Fine -lidencp pioporty f "
sale , ( -'all on I' . 1' . lIoliMiun' . '
Kroken U. w. lcl V - : " ' "
Kou SAI ) Oiie ; > iicnnd-l'ji.i (
Titfer dull H- ' ' > bt-i-n used - .
- 1 n Ciu' new H' '
wayo'n , loiujdf r I1 VMI w- "
batR-ain , c-.ill at or.c" , - ' " ' I'1"
Stuff is poitif lo be Mdd. I I a
no use fcr i ( . M C. Hi MTU' " . - - '
Wo an1 in the inaiKi't KMI >
WHITK and YKM.OW CO 'N
Will pay ll ' ' hiyhest pi u'f o'
fered on tbo Miukm l- ! > w in-ir
kct. Call and siu us bi-faie soli-
iny. 31 f
S. J. LON
Drink "H.tiK'b'ion" coffee
Roasted fresh cverv day. 24tf.
Lest
* * * *
OUR NEXT
MARKET DAY SALE
. .IN. .
Broken Bow. Saturday , Mar 13 , ' 00
. .AND. .
Anselmo , Saturday March 6. 1909 | i
*
We will sell everything at a reasonable &
commission and allow you one bid on %
u
your property
"We cry Farm Sales for . 1 per cr nfc and
guarantee you absolute sutUfuetiuu.
"Consult Us Before Advertising Your Sale. "
Tinder 'Rorke
i Auctioneers Broken Bow
Modern Agriculture \
VL Mow Plants Are Propagated
By C. V. GREGORY ,
s\jrtcultuittl 'DiiJiJIor , loloa State Collefte \
Ciinyrljhl. lljlilt. liy Ami-rlc ii I'n-ii AsiiicUHon
< rdcr to runilniii' H ril.e : c\-i.\t \ \
i'niiifiir . In year v. L must | irrjt.i-
lltl- till1 J.llll'.M 111 l.olllr \1\ !
liditin - two irliii'lpnlvnya of
Ililn by M't'd.1 anil liy ilhliilniii
of liu 11 nit It si- " Yli uj ( l.npi.r
I.Hit Of lliU O 1.1 ! > . > Actl-l. Ill It | J I.I
Cii ; \-n.v thi.t i.lost if tlu U'dlnary'
fnnti M.-I | : me nniltlplli'd.
In diilcr in umk'i'stiii.d lliU jitvcs ?
\ > o i.mst fret luiirn lio\v tincco.Is art1
/ i.ni'd. 'i ln tiii-l : : of tin- > vi 11 Hif
. lltivrw aid tliu Mlu the tVuii1 !
t-'uin. ' | , lm'.rt : , t'li li an ccrt.iln varh'iK'H
lit' slnivvbt'irltM , lime only foinii' : !
i\M-IM : nIK ! iiin.st hi- planted In nlti'i1-
ic.ti. ' rows wllli varieties \vldch Iwve
liotlt kind : ? of blimoniH. In other
plants the in.ile and fomulo iloweiM
uiv c'oiiililnc'd In one. Thin Is Mio cuno
with the apple mid many other fruits.
Ii tin1 apple the Kt.uir'ii ! ! , or malt
) , ' ( ! ! , uio\\ In a rliv ; an uwl the pistil ,
i r I'e.nalo part , wlileh N In the < cut CM
nf Ilio tlowor. The top of a uluiiien ,
v/I.k'li Is oximndul , l.-i called tliu an
ther. TM.H contain ! a yollu\v dist ;
llu pollen.
Thu upper portion of the pistil In
railed the Htlyina. From It a tube
fiUK'tl the Htjle leads downward to
tlu \iry. i : . Thii ovary contains ! one
or innv i ' wliaped eell.s called ovules.
Kcich of thuso miiloti IH rapalilo of do
velopln ; ; Into u HUM ! If fertlll/ed with
a pollen traln. ; When a KHiln of pol
len nll litH on a ripe titijiuii ; ; U It held
by a titlcky subutance tei re ted there
It BODII germinates and twiuta a long
thre.iilllUo project Ion down throuylj
Iho Htjlo to tlio ovary , 'i Ids Klenoei
j.j'oJiM lluii enters ( he ovary , and th J
icultant union of the male and female
olewc'iitrt caused a tsncd to develop
One pollen ( .rain H required for eiuli
ovule , ai.il eai'h ouilu Uexelops Into a
hoparato soed. There are miiny thou
Band pollun Knlnu produced by each
stamen , and IIH there aie several ata-
meiiH for each plHtll you will see th.U
: i yteat excesn of polleii l < prcduccd
Tlild h < : ne of tiaturu'u mothtds ol
maUlic reprciliu tlon more certain.
In Ho word like Iho apple llw pjilen
may bometlme.3 fall directly on the
stltftm In the Biime tlower. .More often ,
however , the lit a men and pistils ripen
at dlfferuiit times. The object of this
Is to provent.slf ( ; fertilisation , wh.lch , It
| oo/r / continued , will weaken the vltall'
| y ut l\tt \ ppinl'lt ' ; peucfjUloiH. Cross
polllnatlon-tliiil is , tiiii a-rlUiKfitlou ol
tlio ovnltt of one ( lower by the pollen
from another plant -unites tlu stivnpli ; !
of both p\rents : and produces las'jjor ,
hardier Bciul.
Thli has bei'ii proved \ > y mauy exper-
liuoiits. If the t isfels are p'llkd from
n r > j\v of n-r-i before they have lime to
shul tiu'lr iiulli } ! | , tp | | plli | i must neees-
d.irlly be fertllh'.ci ] Iv pollen fvii | ! ; olli-
tr Htnlkd. The crosa pollination will
car. \ > | ! | o d tfic'i ) | ro\va to produce
heavier and larger oar.i. | f I hi 5 ircc- )
os'i U L-ontl.ifipi ] from \i-ir : | o iear the
jlcldlny po\\cr l' Unit iiirthlihi'strain
will b ; > con-.ldef.ibly Increased.
In Much plants ns corn the wind car-
I'lej tlio pollen for n da In every dlrec-
( loji. The air In the cornlleld Is so
( .lied wltl ) thoyplow ] dust that theio Is
Ki.-ilim ! any d.uiyef th.\t tl(3 ( > -llis | will
fUl to eatcli mere than plenty to fer-
UIUo imch of the m.ny ; ovulen that are
to fcr : ! ) llio future kernp.s. |
poino plants , lipwuvoj' , JU' " not so for-
Ituulu l'i thU rcspec ) . The pooi | | ) of
fiMjl | jve.s | . ) carried ti some e\teiU. by
the wind. bu ( not ( icarly no miiv.Ti seas
as that of corn. In em'll pjuiita . ' ) *
rtn , xii su-rios or niumtv
biiiMVi.xa MALI : AND IT.UAUJ i'AH ( ' . < .
i-lu\er thu xtiujiens are at the bottom
( f a hlei.der ttjbjj. Tl'Din which they
canuot Ooi-upe unalUctj. l'iuts | | of tliij
nature aru ilependent on Inspefn fij
tr.inal'er pollun Iron ) one tlower to iuj-
oruur. lu order to attraut ( Us' e Insucta
Mio llowciy Bccrete a swent ocar ( ,
\vhicl ) colkvu | il the bottom of tha
inbw of v , Ulch the nor/era arc comp -
p cd ,
A > jla , r U'J , Iittcrflic3 ; ' d bcos arc
very fund -f tills jC'4i.r ! niul in collect-
l-'R It cr.rr : ; tlio jiollyn cf P P ficwcr ID
tlio ritijm.i of aiutlicr. IScus nre ino.t ;
1 1. "port Hit i.i dolnj ; thU woiU because
t.ov ! jatlur : so luu.h uioro of the ncc-
t.iilU n do tui ) other iiisje , ta. They
r'te.i c.u.liouic cuuie of the iiollea ,
I touvlikb v..i be soon sticking in jcl-
, U. ' . . U.UlJ ty their hind lets , but enousli
I.r.iv. . ijj Lriulicd off tj f rtilLe tl o
1 fij\ > - cs3luc'.i they \liit. The bios-
, s " .3 of iv J clover are co larfo ; that the
rljoit loupucti of cidlnary lioiipybce.t
I tniiuot r.M h i. ) the Lutum. It ij vp.i :
the UifBitr bymblebcea that this crop
depends for Its ftbljjty to produce seed.
Indeed , it Is so fliitjrejy dependent
upon tbem that the crop of coyer )
Is Jn direct proportion to the
of bumblebpos lu the neighborhood. If
Is nnythliiK but ploaeant to run Into a
big ucst of bumblobues with a mower
or rake , but before yon build n lire
over them ptop to think \vlicther you
want a crop of clover aeoil or not.
Koine beelreeporo nra ik-velopln
strnhis of honeybees with exceptional
ly 1'iiiK loiimies. S'oiiie of these aru
tible to obtain honey from ho'uui crop
red dvjM'i1 , whk-li h.i ! smaller Lhsjomj
than tie ! fir. t ( rc.p. Vv'hen these alraiui
( f bcc" be 'nnio a little bitter devclopo 1
nii'l I.ITP vlde-Iy cM-lrlln-tcl the iuo-
fi-lir-i3 ! rf t'p : bumble' ce Ml 1 be over.
In the r.i'e of small p.ia'n cross
frrtllhitK'ii li ImpssUbio , sliife tlu
( lower h hdp ! of a clo ; pj IK : ! ! . Two
varieties of wh-wt inny be planted In
adjoining tleldit or oven In the same
/U / 1.1 without the sllKhloKt danger o (
inl.\liiK. Varieties cf corn , on the oth
er hand , often mix when as much as
forty irds apart.
The select Inn of seed corn will be
taken up In the m "t artl.le. The best
- - Scion
no. xin TIM ; KPI OCR AND MO.V ; KLAUY ig
IJI5 UMILIJ ) .
jiU'lliutl of fceliK'Ung Hiunll grain la by
means uf tlio fanning mill. liy run
ning through throe or four times a.i
nnic-li seed as Is needed all tbe small
grains may bo cleveJ out and tlio light
ol.o.s blown o\cr , loin bit ? only tlio heav
iest , strongp t ones for planting.
Grain that Is Intonlod for seed Khuiild
be Ktorcd carefully In older Unit It may
{ ro nirmiell I ho yrli'tPV uninjured. . Tha
( . hlof eipmo : ! j of Hti td Hcp.l are mois/
Jure , IIMS nnd rats ai.d ml c. The
uet'd ' , | MUIJ : lc O.ry when Hturo.l nnd
Kept who.e moisture cannot Rain ue-
CO--53 | j lf. I ry - .cd will sjtniul almost
any aisiot'nt < .f freohip : wlthoul Injury ,
There are a number of Inserts thaf
damage seed grain by burrowing Into
tlio conn. If tinscod room \i \ tlsht ,
fljoy may b. > liill.d by fuml ati'i.lth
fllfbon illsulplildu UM-d at the rate of i\
pound. ( < wl tliuusimil t\ibi. \ | ' fpct of
ppaio. I'hi o this In i\u ( .pun dish oi |
top of the seed , ( lese the room as
tightly as puuslhlo , and In a few honr.i
UIP Inspftti will bo i sterminated , faro
should bo taken not to go npir : tlio
ropm with u \ \ xiID \ \ thuKUS Is ex
plosive. This Kiunu trjiitniinit la til-ia
fatal to rats anil mjee , unless the.v
liuva soio | w.iy of uspapln from lliu
room. It1 possible the seed room , Mhouhl
bu M > well built that thepests can
nut ( H't | ni | | t.
The npi-oiiil niuihud of plant propu-
( fatlon Is by dhlsloii that 1.b. . \ plant ,
liu par'n of I ho p'lant Itself. 1'otalooa
are priip.iKntoil In this way almost en
tirely. If small \\lllow and poplar
br.UH'bes HIM wtut-1 ; Into the KiMiind ,
they will grow Into trees. Apple and
other fiult treeu are vropngnlcd either
by uraftlni. ' , or buddlm , ' . Aple | trees
inny be ral-'i'd from ueed , but the
fruit of Kueillln ; ; trees h usually worth
less. By taking a part 01" the trop jinij
gro\\lng niiuther from It , it will , oi1
i-uilj'-'e , bear the same kind of fruit.
Grafting consists of joining pieces
of small bra IK-lies or scions of the tree
which U to be propagateij to pieces of
roola tr stocks. The roots of yearling
secdliuas fii'ouod for stocUg Tha
Bccns ( , will h should bn nbout the so | :
c ( ,1 lend pe-.ull. shoukl be tut In th < -
fall and ju loj In G.UH ! .
can bo Oc : c r.t nuy time durlu the
Winter. All that U r.cccss.iry U to cutup
thy lower end of the s-siun and the up-
j'.ap end pf the atoJ ; at an upas
iiu\vii ! In 1'lg. 1U. Those ur then
< nvfully littui to rthcr nr.d tkd.lth
j li'.tle ' comaicn Btrlii' ? . The oisuiaUl
jn-ilnt U to l-o sure to ln\o the i.im
Lluni layer cf the s k > n ji.ln that oi
the-stoik. Thh rnmbium l.iyi r Is th. *
thli. : li'iht l-rcwii portion between the
Larl : and tlu wotil It u the point
Vihrto Tovith takes rlace.
The completed graft , which should
bo cluht to ten Inches long , Is again
packed In sand. In the spring the
grafts tire planted In a row In the
| ; nr/le / und left until they are two
pr three years , old. when they may bo
transplanted fi ) fldr ) pernwnQiit plnco
lu tltq ' '
tl
vShemwrd & Burk tlA
.
H. ft
iliApnii.\ ; n-u ; , i OA'
JUST .GROCERIES
U I' IIAVK A ML ! M V , I INT or
Datcn , Importd FI G , tionoy. Celery ,
Cranberries. Sweet Potatoes.
Bill Pickles , Candied Cherries ,
Candied Citron Foal ,
Candied Lemon PC-a1 ,
Orarge Peal , Ntit Meats.
After Dinner Mints ,
.1 ; ll l-iml.s n | Nuts N.-u- i-ii > | jv. no v in. \Vc a No li.ive
I iv- It'i ( ) i > i i lit frniti I ! illniKin hit ; c.i-c- tinKiiitl
YOU CAN PRY
USE !
k\ \
I Ml
i FOR OUR
d
: ? U.iltlsviti Nut and Linnj ) &
Cannon and Nigger Kloml Coil :
> WE ALSO NOW HAVE W3CE PEA COAL H !
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8
RAS ANDERSON
|
- DEALER IN
V.
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I'ecd hi large anr small quantities at both wholesale b
H nnd retail. x
X Special nVlpniinn given tn filling orders for coal O
in any quantity
Hrokon Bo\v1 Nebraska h %
wxxvcxxx > : : otwic : * < > 5r > c <
Send your Abstract Orders to
j. a.
Bonded Abstractor
Office in Security State Bank B'lci'n ;
1908 WHITEHALL POLAND-CHINAS 1908
As good as money cnn buy or skill produce.
IN SURVICIS
OI'IIAN I10Y 42175 ,
1st and Sweepstakes at Nebraska State Fair ig1)/ .
WillTUIlAU , KING 48003 ,
Of well uitb ; faultless conformation and breeding.
7 SOWS AVERAGED 12 PIGS , SPRING ' 08. 7
Sow , Sired Ry : King Unk 24159 , Gran 1 I ook 38305 , Chief Teo. 3rd. 20740 ,
Young Tee 42(06. ( , standard Chief and etc.
Stock for Sale at Private Treaty No Public Sale This Fall.
M. E. Vandenbcrrj , - - - Sargent , Nebraska.
AUHTRAC1TIlSrO
BROKEN BON ABSTRACT CO. BONDED
Farm Loans Quickly Closed
I. A. RENEAU
$1000 , ftiiOO nnd SUOOO f. O , R. ROCINF. , WIS.
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This Car Arrived Friday , Feb'y 5 , 09-
Come in arid Look it Over.
W. E. Tallot. A. G. Martin.