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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 25, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa
County Best Holden in Cass county advice to Massena people and neighbouring Farmers on the Burlington line experts spread gospel of seed Cord testing to cams county Ere this afternoon interesting news gathered from Over the county i Tim Mill and go Lii of people ind a int Trust or tha past Waak told to our Farmers Prairie newsy letter from Griswold special to the Telegraph Massena Holder seed Corn special which is travers ing the Burlington Railroad in Iowa this week visited Massena this of Over one Hundred Farmers were present in the City Hall to hear the practical talks and be How to make a homemade germination Box that will test and determine the it tally of the seed Corn before it is planted out the test of Corn selected seed around Massena this Spring showed a much better Grade of Corn in Cass county than in the counties along the main line of the Burlington in Southern the Massena showed fully half of the seed Corn to be with Strong at the same time there is much worthless Corn picked out for seed and it is the duty of Farmer to test and Grade Hli seed Corn before l Bowman Snyder and Lauderdale comprised the lecturers who talked in Massen this afternoon the following Bur Lington route officials were along e Puffer of general Freigh w Wagner of Burlington division freight agent and h Hunter of Des special repro the most important part of Thi Massena talk was that where prof Bowman pleaded with Cass county Farmers to Plant acre seed Patch this Spring in order t insure themselves Good seed Corn for in this connection professor Bowman said it will mean millions of bushels increase in the annual yields of Iowa Cornfields if every Farmer had a seed Patch of five acres from which to secure his seed in the fall for the planting the following and what a simple operation this it is not neither does it con sume any Large amount of it is so simple that every Farmer can carry it out to the letter and when he once tries it he will never be with out one when you test your seed Corn this Spring you will of course note that All of the ears do not germinate neither Are they All equally Strong and vigorous in their appear As you would select Ani Mals for Breeding select Gay fifty or sixty of the the most vigorous and the Best ears of seed this will be the seed you Are going to use for your seed the first place where will this seed Patch be located of course it could be put off by but this is not absolutely it May be put on the South or the South West portion of one of your larger possibly your neighbor will have Corn just across the Fence from your Field and in this Case the teed Patch had better be placed on the North Side of your larger no special preparation need be Given this five acre Patch other than that which you give the of in All cases the seed bed should be thoroughly prepared be fore in preparing these sixty ears for the seed Patch you of Shell off the Butts and As in the ease of All the rest of the the tip kernels Are harder to and the butt kernels Are often Large and nonuniform so Bese if for none Thwell that the ends of the ear is fed it is not necessary to he the kernels from one ear sep from the rest just Shell six ears together and Plant seed in this five acre it Lulu be desirable to Plant Thea the very first of any of your of course in fall blowing Able to Spring in Case Sod care for this five Patch just the same As the rest Bate i right along to Orcsi from Telegraph writer Many local happenings of interest to the readers of this born to and Frank mad Den on the 12th a Rausseau and her two sons went to Atlantic thursday afternoon in company with ther father Martin for a visit of a few Days with her sister John Rouch of that Edith Woolsey of Atlantic came Down Friday afternoon on a visit to her Ronk who is employed in the work for the homeless children passed through Griswold Friday afternoon with a month old baby where she found a Good Home for she brought it from the Home in Des and Milton Buckman of the East Over sunday visitors in Atlantic at the Home their daughter and Soninlaw and Al Emigh of that the Griswold High school Pils were Best in the contest with j the Anita High school Friday night j at j Jack Winterstein of Colorado Rived in Griswold sunday afternoon to attend the funeral of his spinner of this Billy Linderman came Down from Atlantic sunday afternoon to spend sunday evening with his family who Are waiting Here until school is out for this Louie Sharf spent sunday out in Foble township with friends and and Gerlach of Sharpsburg were Over sunday Visi tors wit their parents out in Noble they came up attend the High school contest Between gris Wold and Anita As their son Fred was of the pupils who won the highest Honor of his indeed daughter were Atlantic visitor sat Morford was a business caller in Omaha Garden was a business visitor in Elliott John Maytan went to Chicago on monday on the special with some Fine Tom Nelson and Roy Vanwinkle went Over to Cumberland sunday morning with the Medicine show Charles Floto went to Chicago on saturday with a Bunch of Joe Schofield went to Chicago on the special monday and Prater and went to Atlantic saturday on a business Clovia was an Over sunday visitor at the Home of his son and family in red trip to Roscoe pickerill is moving this week to South Dakota Weh Cre he has taken a Follmann Little boy was kicked by a horse sunday causing a Scalp injury requiring a number of stitches to be Parkinson enter tined the ladles of the at her Home tuesday father Mcdermott returned sat urday from to which place he went to preach a funeral a Goody number of the neigh Bors and friends of Willoughby gathered at his Home to help him celebrate his he was also a recipient of a Post card Limbaugh and children will leave this week for their new Home in South there will to a town election in j the romans Home missionary Griswold next i society meets on Friday afternoon Ross Smith and Little son it the Home of departed for their new Home in Wilbur and Harry Bell have gone tuesday of to where they her father Del Burnham will work on a farm this accompanied her As far As Omaha Leon Johnson returned tuesday afternoon froma visit with his aunt Harry Faulkner and Little son of Anita were guests at the Home of or Walter Paul Babcock of Kner several Days of last miss Eva Lawman was the guest a yer Ami jars George Morse Are of miss Iro bang of this City visiting their daughter Pearl Rae of Hogan was a business Ler in the county seat Wiota Del Spry was in Atlantic be tween trains miss Nellie Quinlin returned to her Home in Atlantic tuesday after visiting a few Days at the Dennis j Conway miss Lucie Correll spent sunday at her Home in Floy Brooks was an Atlantic etl by j s Baker and visitor i Nave moved to town Foster spent a fee is moving his drug Days last week with friends in and prescription Case far terse Back in Tho room preparatory of Mesena is vlsitj10 the installation o a Fine Marble late news from Anita Many items of interest lat cts mews from that Busy Little town presented by special Vanslyke was taken sick about the Middle of last week with later pneumonia set in and he is a very sick drs adar and Wainright Are in attend Ance and he is at this writing som Fordyce is sick in bed with a threatened attack of appendicitis Max Ross came up the firs of last week from Atlantic for Short visit with her Uncle f finding her Uncle and aun both sick with the grip she Staye during the week to care for them Conrad Piper has been 01 the sick list the past this is vacation week for Thanita Parke and wife Are visiting friends at Oak land and red Clark the auctioneers sold a lot of horses and farm implements on the Street last saturday Wainright and her Sis Ter Daniels and Stewar ing in Wiota this miss Edna Kauffman and trimmer were guests of Job Johnson were married sunday j Robinson last evening March 13 at the Par Frank and wife hav their future Home will be moved to town and Are at Home i in a farm in South i the property recently purchased o Roy Baker and his Bride have j p to Bouse keeping on the Homel e stones family moved tues Day to their new Home on mail the Rebekah Lodge had a called meeting tuesday evening to receive two candidates after which they re paired to the dining Hall where they served a sumptuous banquet Honor of Thompson and Larabee who Are about to move farm in Pine recently Vacat i he will have love visited thursday plenty of room in the front part of one farm House is Burnsq to the ground started in a Haystack considerable excitement la neighbourhood of the Joy Davis farms which escape Farmers in Lincoln Townseld about seven Miles North and a East of Massena had a stiff fight with fire the Blase which is believed to have started to a Haystack spread Over a narrow strip comprising about 160 the de Allenson Home was totally destroyed and several smaller build Ings on the the fire did damage on the fish place and burned up into the Yard destroying the it was Only after desperate fighting that the place was the fire spread very rapidly and attracted a great Deal of the Allenson House was unoccupied and the Blaze had engulfed it be fore the flip fighters could get to the wind carried the fire rapidly and had the Blaze started in the night time it would undoubtedly have done a great Deal More within Twenty minutes after the fire started the Allenson House was in flames and nothing could be done to save Farmers realize the great danger of fire this Spring owing to the Lack of rain and extra precautions Are being and Friday in Atlantic with her store for tables and will serve away from our All kinds of Fountain drinks and Bartlett spent Friday different kinds of ice Cream test Corn in a cheap Box not on land this is advice of Bowman of Waterloo Bangham has purchased from c Faulkner an 80foot i Corn special in Cass Holden train will visit Massena for the Tele graph by expert Corn men in hey have reasons to be proud of their miss of Atlantic spent wednesday in i Ink and wife were Omaha Saxton is Here from Exira visitors and Cornell were Atlantic callers Brown of Atlantic was in Francis Onesy of John i building lot fronting 3rd is slowly Reeo orig from a severe Hartley had business in special to the Telegraph on a visit to her Mac and George Shuler Are the proud parents of a new Dughi Chester Winters is working Lukes Blacksmith Bell has returned from trip to in Des Moines Leon Voorhees was an visitor March your seed Coin in homemade Omaha j Tion Box in the Spring rather than a farm during the Summit or who arrived in their family a be Days mrs Davenport drove Cross to Massena thursday for a visit with her parents who live there and returned Home John Roush of Atlantic arrived saturday afternoon to attend the funeral of her friends and Grover Plu Chough from near Elliott were Over sunday visitors at the Home of her parents and Winterstein of the East word was received Here of the death of Elmer Ackerman of min an old time resident of died and his remains will be shipped Here for burial wednes John Miller of the East Side has been very sick the past James Wyman has been very sick for some time and Showe Little signs of James accompanied miss Coleburn who has been making her Horn eat Rube Hals to the Atlantic Hospital for a operation monday miss Hazel pros hang went to red Oak monday morning to meet her aunt of who expects to make her a visit for a few while John Daugherty was help ing a neighbor tacking some vines upon his porch Daugherty Cut his hand on a Nail which caused him to faint Louie Davis was robbed of in the Griswold depot one Day the past Charley Lawrence has anew Man working in the Blacksmith shop for him by the name of Snyder fron and Kruger am Wiota Between trains j mrs Hensley is visiting with friends in Wiota this Leland Stults of Des Moines spent a few Days last week with j friends in j Anna Bell was in Atlantic Mon Day having some dental work Nellie Conway was an Atlan tic visitor miss Zola Vernon spent sunday at her Home in mrs George is visiting in Atlantic this Foster was visiting in Walnut last and love spent sunday in Lowe and son Cecil were Atlantic callers Taylor of Anita was in this City Between trains Marne miss Belle Meredith of India Ola returned to her Home monday morn married at the United Evangeli Cal parsonage March by miss Margaret Cramlett to Frederick Daniels who was visiting her Wainright returned ing after a few Days visit with Friend Homo to Corning Tlle Day merry Preston and Peacock of at c g Holmes of harro1 news from Massena Weckl grist from the dully Tele graph regular correspondent March to and Albert Marneca on March 21 a Mckee of Atlantic was a town caller Luke and family were visit ing in Atlantic sunday making the trip in their Ford touring Mcwinna returned last week from a business trl to and mrs Hogan have moved into the Langworthy House in the South part of the House they vacated is now occupied Iby Baker and family of Pine who purchased the property a year Ell Kaufman returned last week from California where they spent the Winter Lautic visited friends Here Stewart was an Atlantic Cal Ler Wheeler ate decl the in Atlantic thursday aured Long was in Atlantic on business Mark Anderson and Ruby win ters were Walnut visitors Uros Maii was m Atlantic on business and fan Are the proud parents of a baby Winters who is working in av6ua spent sunday with Lus family Lottie Hill was in Atlantic on business amiss Milly Jacobs of Walnut spent sunday with her Frank Winters was in Atlantic getting some dental work done wed Andrew Lastine and Carl Carlson were shopping in at lactic Frank West was in Atlantic Between trains Thompson and miss an a Rem Iii attended the matinee in Atlantic thursday Schleh and wife returned to their Home in Omaha after a Short visit Here with Kay Eusden of Tabor is visiting his Eusden and wife Bill Briscoe of Anita spent thurs Day with his Maud trailer and son Grant were Atlantic callers miss Edna Wood was Uii Atlantic Harrold 1 and miss Aetna Dowder of Prairie City Are guests of and Glenn Holmes came Down from Guthrie Center to spend sunday at the Home of his parents and with Black of Massena was up for a few Days visiting her brother Holmes and is the gospel which the experts of the Holden seed Corn train along Day after Day to thousands of ers in Southern the special train will visit Greenfield and Massena thursday and scores of Cass county Farmers Are planning to attend the no better use of their time could possibly be the subject is More import ant this year than Ever due to the fact that the Early Frost fall came before the seed Corn was gathered and practically two third of the Corn which it is intended to use for seed this Spring is absolutely useless so far As germination if the Epworth league of the i Bowman of Church gave a Farewell party to head of the farms crops de miss Juanita Thompson at Tho Home of and Duttman monday is one of the speakers on the Hern evening and they had a merry s us which every Cass refreshments were served and some i l Farmer Shouyu need mementos Given for the recipient i never was a time in the Aden Hob Felt has returned from u caller saturday to carry to her new Cornell and daughter spent monday visiting Anita relative miss Wilma Holmes entertained a company of Young people in Cele bration of Patricks the color scheme Green and White was conspicuous the inst amusing thing of the evening wit i the Blind folding of the guests any tying their hands behind their backs and having them kiss the Blarney each guest Sang an Irish song or spoke an Irish piece and it lacked Only the soil from quid Ireland to be As the girls say they had a Lovely the passion week services in the congregational Church under the leadership of Southerlan Are very interesting As it is a stud of the vents up corded in the scrip hires of the important week u tie worlds Bamford started tues history of Iowa when the seed form proposition was so serious As it is when conditions for have been much More aule you Ever stopped and full y considered just How Little Corn to acre we have been producing in state year another just for forty bushels in than the average yield of to yet have you fully the fact that forty bushels of Corn to me acre is just one nubbin to the Aill weighing 12 12 ounces that if one ear of Corn every 3 12 feet now How much Corn do we Plant to a Hill three if then we Aie dropping three kernels into Tbs a and receiving but one Small ear of 12 12 ounces in return what of the other two kernels of course there Are various Croudu Iyoub that enter possibly the Cut the wire worm or the grub Oriu but Yoi ii agree 1 am sure coup used of Page us vein
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