The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 23, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, April 23, 1918
Page 8
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PAGE BIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER CONTv ELLSVILLE PA. TLESDAY APRIL 23, ISIS. Grand Opening Arcade Theatre _ . i ^B ^"^^ i ,------ -ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY April 24, 25, 26 and 27 WEDNESDAY MATINEE gg M GRENWAirS MOONLIGHT MAIDS Supported by An All Star Cast, Ray Grenwalt, Ed. M. Moore, Carolyn Lowry, Julia Mills a(nd Ruby Garrison. Clean, Refined Comedy-- Special Scenery- Jingling Melodies. RUBE FERNS, "WIzzard of Joy." - Wonderful Musical Specialties--Beautiful Wardrobe--Classy Dancing. JACK GARRISON, The Nut. GRENWALT AND LOWRY, Novelty Musical Melange. JACK AND RUBY GARRISON, "The Maid, The Nut and the Piano." PAULINE AVIS, High Lyric Soprano Accompanied by THE HOOSIER CITY SAXA- PHONE QUARTETTE, Messrs. Moore and Grenwalt, Mesdames Moore and Grenwalt. SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE FEATURES. A Rollicking, FroUicMnj ~ -TO HELP YOU FREQUENT CULTIVATION SHOULD . BE GIVEN GARDEN VEGETABLES Boy* Furnish Tkulr Own Power for Their Home-Made Cultivator. Tb* first step In tbe cultivation and aur« of the garden lies icLjnfiper jlow- tot spading and preparation of the Mfl. The entire seedbed should be thoroughly pulverized as deep as the MB Is plowed. The next step is to make sure that the rows are laid oat IHfrfectly straight and far enough, apart. *that when horse cultivation Is em ptSyed there will be sufficient room for tb« horse to walk and so that when hand cultivation la to be employed tb*re will be room for the wheel hoe Straight rows enable the cardener to give the crops better cultivation than voold be otherwise possible Frequent shallow cultivation should he given garden crops By Beeping the surface of the sou stirred a dust mnlch I« formed, whl^h prevents the loss of rapl^ture *ftt thli-waywwd* are -pre- vejpted from getting; a^ start ____ __ _ Cultivate After Rains, " "The *oil should be rult?% ted as goon as dry enough after a rain, to break Clfi £run and prevent bafc ng Sandy soils may be cultivated \ v h t n qjtte wet but «lav scll^ should not be stirred when wet enonjrh to cling: together in « nutts when lightly squeezed In the hand. Too much emphasis cannot be placed on the matter of thorough cut tiyation. If the wnrk is properly done at the right time there will be little difficulty In controlling- weeds If the -work is to ho done with horse- drawn tools, the five-shovel cuUvator is an excellent tool a^ it breaks the sar'tfce^thSrougbly, destroying weeds very effectively and lea\es the ground fairly level. The band cultivators a good Implement, as IL can be nsed -ior small growing vegetables .nnd those "planted too close for horse cultivation Hand Work Essential Some band work is always essential, no matter how thoroughly the horse cultivation Is done ft is a good plan to go over the garden after fin'sbing with tbe cclthator nnd by means of the bon or rake palt dods and stones ^rom around the- plants remove any 'weeds-not destroyed by tb^ cultivation and uncover any plonts ac^ldentallv covered by clods or earth during the cnltivctlon It is an excellent plan to train to- mntoes peas, etc, on stakes or ofh»r support*^ as this makes It possible to beep the gnrden In good condition with a minimum of labor HORTiKULTUR The wenther nercr iceets the apeciflcations of the lazy gar dener Little bucks don t have to bend so far to pet the weeds. A drop of solder on the water- Ing can? Efficiency plus WWW?-WWW*^^ no such plants are allowed to grow tbe pest Is star\ed and in the course of a year or two It can be brought to a stage where Its ravages -will not be serfonB Alternate Gftrden and Fowl Run Tbe suggested alternation of fowl nm with garden may be brought about simply bv fencing In the fowls. IS .. pos*rlble It would b well to flrratjga the division of the Innrt In the direction of its slope, so that the drainage will not be from the garden to the fowl run or vice versa The Idea la to keep the fOTp] run free from vegetation for a year or two This menus that about I the maximum number of Cowls for the area must be kept and that the soil mnst be occasionally spaded or otherwise stirred This stirring of tbe soil Is a good thing for the ^owls and helps ( al80 to reduce the nematode pest for every time tbe earth Is spaded fresh j soil Is brought to the action of the sun and air and becomes more or le^s dls- I Infected through their action on the eggs and larvae of tbe pest There are thousands of gardens where this procedure is practicable ! Definite information with regard to ,the existence of the gnl svorra nerin tode may be obtained by submitting abnormnl roots to *he department of agriculture- for examination HUMUS OF MUCH IMPORTANCE Adds Plant Food and Makes It Available--It Supplies Media In Which i Bacteria Live Humus adds plant food and makes plant food available It supplies media In whkb *be soil bacteria live and mul tiply caus ng chemical clmnges in the soil which make the plant food ele- jnents soluble and a-*a!tabje to plnnt roots. It enlivens (hp soil suing good tilth and a terture fnvornble to soil aeration and to the absorption and. holding of soil moisture For Their Sake The most precious thing that a man possesses in thts world is his family. 1 When an American soldier leaves this country and leaves behind his wife and child or his mother or any member of his family he JOSfOWS that his goverment will not let them suffer. He is offering his life to protect his country and he KNOWS that his country will protect those that are dear to him. For the sake of the American soldier, for the sake of his family, YOU are aokecf to buy LIBERTY BONDS, to lead your money to the United States Government ;o that there shall never be lacking die necessary funds to protect the soldier at the Front and to protect his family at home. Surely you will not fail to do your share for the sake of those who are offering their lives to protect you and yours. BUY LIBERTY BONDS AND BUY THEM FREELY FROM ANY BANK LIBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT has been contributed by TO ERADICATE QAHDEN PEST K*«t Effective Method of Combating ' * Nem»to*» Gallworros Is to Starve It to Deith t CPWKtrwl *T a»_nnlta« rwtM Depart- j raent o* A£ritn?rti re.) The very serioxts los'ws caused by -the galhvorii neroitode In gardens es- tbe Sourb h»e resulted In the trial of numerous methods of con m! One ot the most effective methods yet tested Is to starve thf pest. THIS ma^ be accomplished by dividing the garden into two part* one of -which 1= available for cultivation fowls be- iJcK kept on the other half and changed ifrom one to the other about every two ' to four venrs The gallw orm Is abso- I l i i t c l r dependent on the roots of the higher plants for Its nourishment. It Garden Peas Favorite Crop Garden peas are a favorite crop In the home garden and as, they are not Injured easily by light frosts they may I be planTd as soon as the soil cin be pat In order In tlte spring By select- Ing a number of \arteties it is possible to have a continuous supplj of peas throughout » large portion of the groTVing season. «es« The Soisson Theatre. Ready Market for Crops Early cabbage caallfloner colerj- tomato and other farden plants shonld J find a ready market this year "lor ist» In some of the town« nnd cities are using psrt of their h Lses for grow 1 ID.E this kind of stock as a pairioiic contribution towards winning the war You Want Anything

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