Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - December 14, 1899, Williamsport, Indiana Warren TO THE INTERESTS OF DECEMBER 51. Thic nf Thp officiai organ of santa the wireless Telegraphy UL between the boys and for particulars IN Warren County held at West Lebanon a WEATHER TO CONTEND the Splendid Carried tlie of Some of our Local People Falling to furnished regular annual meeting of county farmers opened at West Lebanon Monday morning with a very slim attendance on account of the extremely bad rained all night before and up to the hour of opening and at that time took a but there were a few men only at the opening and later others dropped and at the close there were about twenty including four ladies who ventured the hour announced President Farden called the meeting to nnd introduced Cal f who was sent heie by the state to address the people at the various sessions u 1 that he lias made a special study and proven his theories liy actual experiments in conducting Ips farming and dairying operations at his home near Husselman addressed our farmers a few years ago they met at Williamsport and it WHS generally that he h id greatly nnd why as he is a close student in his business as can be readily ascertained by his He knows much more about a farm now than and he should improve as a lecturer as tea years this writer has attended and reported the of these meetings of farmers and in that time has listened to lectures delivered by men connected with agricultural experiment stations and practical good all of but for common sense talks Husselman is the best of He interests his hearers from start to finish and everybody straightens up and gets ready to hear something good when Cal is first subject was Simple Lesson in Farm audience being so small it was to attempt to talk to but all were interested and his effort was not discussing the subject he dwelt upon the necessity of a farmer studying the need of how to prepare various soils and put them in condition to realize the most out of touched upon commercial fertilizers and said that he was the only state lecturer employed to talk before farm who did not recommend their use He stated that all lands in the state will produce good without the use of these fertilizers and save to the farmers of the state more than one million annually their recommends the use of ck. a southern on day soil and cited a i instance where a neighbor of his used 200 pounds of the rock per acre on land so poor that it need ed manure to make good clay for land that the year previous to using the ground stone produced but bushels of wheat per acre while the use of the stone created a yield of 23 bushels and the second year by clovering and cutting the first growth and allowing it to lay and allow a second crop to grow up through it and plowing the whole the ground was fitted to produce a crop of 29 bushels per cited another instance of a farmer in a southern county of this state upon his advice given while lecturing before a meeting of farmers raised as much per acre by the use of 60 pounds per acre of the ground stone as the year before by using 250 pounds of the mixed fertilizer thereby saving a dollar and forty cents per talked at length upon subject of clover as the thing to i use in building and strengthening Husselman demonstrated and defended his proposition by stating that he had raised 100 bushels of corn per acre land by a proper preparation of the soil under the clover process where but 30 bushels were raised process as above described with or without the use of ground But of course these things are known by intelligent farmers who have tilled clay However Mr. Husselman says to the prairie farmer of Warren county who scouts the idea of preparing and may be all right on but our block soil does not need any says Mr. it will cost you much less to keep your rich soil in shape than it will the day farmers to build up their Husselman drifted into the subject of feeding young He said that when a younger he like the average farmer would i take a young pig away from its mother and begin stuffing it with corn thus distorting and stunting the little while with the proper food it would grow strong and clean and gain much faster if properly fed. He said that bv feeding a mixed food composed of equal parts of ground oats and corn he had grown pigs to 200 pounds weight for per He says that oats must be sifted and the hulls these can be put ill the bin from which cows are fed. He urged a proper knowledge of how to feed all kinds of stock to secure tlie most favorable Page the big advertisement of field's Novelty 8tore. As a general conomy means curtailing cutting down purchases and getting along on just as little as When applied to buying of us however the term has an entire different meaning The more money you spend here the greater your you save money on everything you saving money you know is true D. M. Brubaker and family have gone to a town not for from where he becomes pastor of a church nnd they will probably remain for some departure from will be regretted but they will be better off in many It will be necessary for Mr. Brubaker to devote himself exclusively to the ministry there hauing a larger congregation and an important Their many friends in wish them success in their new Review contains this week amount of holiday These special announcements mean much to Review The people who the people to Read the advertisements and profit No merchant takes the trouble to write an advertisement when he has nothing to his friends to will not be necessary to search for the advertisement of the man of as he has a big attractive advertisement that will demand your attention at Brady is Warren county boy and he asks his old friends to call at his store for holiday You can find the right thine at his big costly or inexpensive as you choose It will and such as to received new advertisement appears in this issue of The Review that will interest all people wishing to buy their winter supplies and especially will holiday buyers be the talk J. Frank McDermond makes regarding stock of holiday This is the store where you are assured value received or they do not want your are being made to give a grand ball at opera house Christmas one week from next Monday The best music obtainable will be in good taste give lasting supper in unusual new announcement by the Boston store of Williamsport appears in this The unusual merit of prices and qualities are likely to create a trade cyclone This store is desirous of contributing its part to the enjoy ment of the season by making it a pleasure to people desiring to supply themselves with holiday goods as well as the necessities and luxuries of Big stock and everything Saturday there will be an oyster supper at the brick school house in Prairie The proceeds will apply on the purchase of Y. P R. All are cordially to Tt most for the least tells Review readers about his business on our first thar with the mostest men was General Forrest's definition of military Giving the most goods to the most people for the least money is our tion of business and we demonstrate that our idea of business has been indorsed by the Throughout our stock will be found desirable articles for holiday walls of the office are being fixed up in good McAdams was at home over He returned to and Mrs. O. T. Letcher were down from guests at the Judy home at J we long to show you what a nice job of printing we can do for Bring in the order or call us have you seen those delicious fruits and nuls grocery 51-2 left yesterday on an overland trip to He visits relatives at Preble School at 9:30, 10:30 at 6"Secret 7 at the Christian William who has been a sufferer for some time with died at her home in West Tuesday at eleven for Christmas AT One-Price Store presents for your consideration a large line of Useful Articles at a Small Outlay Of SOME OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES TO CHRISTMAS good f for linen assortment of better that will please the most for and and all shades anv Kid 48c, Kid 48c Baskets with 9c all sizes and 15-75c Waste with large small 50c-$l Clothes large and SILVER Paper Nail 25-9Sc Ebony Combs and Sterling comb and hand fancy Garters with 25-98c Hair all styles with pure stone 25 75c Large variety of 25c-!f2 50 Including genuine Alligator Skin all guaranteed to line arid Teck all colors the newest articles are s acceptable to men and rod and Paragon frame Umbrella 48c The best line ever a lot large of and men's Umbrel asj in Fancy Genuine Bone and Silver 50-5 00 TABLE size linen 1, with 09c linp of fringed and hemmed linen Extra fine linen choice 2.50 and 0-4, hemstitched edge 98c-4..50 and Dresser 00 all shapes 09c assortment of fancy Table Linen by tlie yard and in patterns with 69c-l.o0 large nice doz. 98c 4.50 assortment of styles and ever shown in our store of Fancy White plain and 19-75c lace and ribbon trimmed 75c Wash Silk Aprons with lace 2.50 Screen elegant art designs 98c large 85c Bed in white colors 1.69-4.50 18 to 24 Pillow Tops with cords to match 25-75c AND Cotton good gray 38c all wool 11-4 all striped and Jacquard Pure lamb's wool extra 60-10.00 clean well large 98c and Dimity size 50 2.60 White 4Sc and Satin black and colors 48c Jackets H o n s 48c Bobes and Night all trimmed 85c-$3.50 for Single and Double Cape Mackintoshes 39 Boston Cape 98-luOO with 12 00 well made and lined Waists in all 00-5 00 Waists in made very 85 13 00 Moorish patterns Covers in Chenille and Damask 48c-1.00 Capes and rough and smooth cloth Jacke s 75 Newest cut Gray 85 of our tine of 75 Trimmed Cloth and 00-0.50 Astrachan Fur heavy 75 large trimmed and 50-$5 00 Coney 98c in Electric A strachan and Stone 00 Fur 50 50 assortment of Damask and Lace GOODS AND Waist 4-yd nice per 75c-$3.50 black 25 in. special per 98c fine new Silks and Satins in 10 all extra line of China Silk with Ribbon to for fancy and Wool Crei onsin black and per 98c-6,00 and Cheviots and 40 to 54 in. p r yard 35c 50 Hair novelties and Golf W.