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Hions U..c & i.k vi coopera
tion and peace but there is no short
age of r;t v ? i T . 1 1 "
-' In the'talii of Congress there may
Tbe Utt'r statesmanship ; tat there is
,no shortage of. words.' 4 ?.
In the. courts Justice, may fail bit
there is n& I lorVjS tvf words. '
In the cUrdies bothin the pulpits
; ana pews mere may .no a bhui i.a
iof ri; leAi liKg but .there Is no
. short of wdrCi. - ' . '5 j
' Inhe printing hooee there may be
'a snonage ox paper out wiui uw w
tors and columnists, there: is no short
?age of word : 1 - V'
., In the schools there may be a short
age of . knowledge but .there is no
shortage of words. ' -
In almost-. everyfliing There aH
; shortages, but so far there has- been
"no shortages of words. ,
f In -eating if people' were forced w
;at their words, there no doubt would
be a surplus of food for there hai
' been" no shortage Yf words. "
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By FRANCES BLL ' ' j
I Any . time from late a August until
'the ground freezes is bulb planting
time. - Daffodils, jonquils, tulips, hyfr
l cfavths, narcissus and lilies ' maybe
planted during this period. , I
! This is also the time to separate
peony clumps. -. ""
The beauty of the blubs is brought
'out by a background of shrubbery and
I trees. ' However, remember that trees
are heavy feeders and rob -- small
'slants of needed nutrients. Be sure to
feed the Bsrobbery, trees and bulbs
;with a complete plant food. - '
VTi&GJK fMCfailllg UIO DW AVI VH1HP)
: the soil should be spaded eight to ten
inches deep and the clods thoroughly
- broken down, "'- , "
CmiIb toAil alnlrlto OAtVOl All
.peonies. A fairly accurate rule is to
plant bulbs twice as deep as their
:i width Narcissus should be covered
.with four inches of soil and spaced
four inches - apart." Crocus bulbs
I should be covered two inches and
spaced at least four inches apart. "
Peony roots should be separated so
there are at least three to five eyes
. to each division, "Set them in the soil
so that the eyes -at the top are nb
, more than two inches beneath the
grounds. . Space them two and one
half to three and one-half feet apart;
No winter protection is needed for
bulbs and peonies unless there is a
chance'there will be a great freezing
aftd thawing which will have . them
ifpward. , If this happens, cover the
new plantings after the ground freez
es with a six inch layer of leaves.: s 1
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. . cCi but- are v .1 I,
": fcud irown la fc-re: rr-ittd
' temperatures. Wiout' ud are
- the flowers t likely to be in-rtor,
, 'isnd tbe stems weak,, because, tin
" bulbs have, not matured to tbe
gree most favorable for 'Tt6rclnj."
1 "jTbrc'"", i tie tforist's word
.'tbr main. g ' plant ftower 'but .of
- season; Kud the formula for ac
compHshlng this tt much the same
with all bulbs. Bulbs develop, ven
In storage; and take time to reach
. the stage where they are ready to
: grow. If planted then, they first
must u produce roots, since top
. growth without 'good roots Is weak,
- and seldom flower. - '
- Pttstr WhiUi aarciisl; planted in
-; ' bowls ittled with gravel or pearl
' chips, should be kept in a temper
ature below 90 degrees for four
Y '.weeks: preferably In dim light
When root growth Is sufficient, top
' growth wOl begin, and then they
should have all the light possible.
Best flowers will result when the
temperature never exceeds 70 de
grees; keep them away from radi
ators and steam pipes, and but of
, overheated living rooms..
Instead of gravel, bowls may be
" k filled with bulb fibre, or potting soil.
. Containers, should be deep enough
to allow two inches of gravel, fibre
- or SOU below them. Set the bulbs
-' close together but do not let them
touch; and only the necks should
merge from the soil. .
. Yellow taper Whites (soliel d'or)
Hid Narcissus Early Perfection can
- abw be grown by these methods;
- but they take longer, to make flow
: ts. The best, time to start aU
these Is Dec 1, for mid-January
flowers.., .
Large bulbs of hyacinths can be
grown in water in special glasses;
and both bulbs and glasses are
available this year for tbe first time
' since the war began. Hie glasses
v support the bulbs just above the
water, into whlch their roots drop.
" It takes 10 to IS weeks for the roots
Clever Boy
A little boy came home from school
and announced to his" mother: "I'm
in a fine fix at school.'. The teacher
says I have to write more legibly and
if I do she'll find out that I can't
mull ,
"We better bny him a plggry bank.
He's determined to have one to put
his ew V. S. Defense Bond in." .
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OP INSTALLMENT STOCK IN THE
HERTFORD BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION
Dated November 3, 1951, each share of stock
at 25 cents per week will mature at $100 in 356
weeks at the'present rate of earnings. This is
in excess of three per cent simple interest on
your savings. . , " ' -
. See' us today and make arrangements to
carry as many shares as you can. There is no
limitiis to the number of shares ari individual
: may purchase, , . .
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Jain A ablni Jinlbs W1B Flewer
in teyaeikUi Olasbes, filled with
tl.,.. Water. ,
to iMtdp. m a tok'pTace, m cool
tempratufe.. When. roots fin the
glass and top growth bSglna, ab-'
custoVfa TBS plant gradually to Ughk
and frdw slowly hi a temperature
bel8 fc degrees. The water should
not; be cnanged, but merely re
plenished. .; '
When top growth begins, these
bulbs must have aU the light you ,
cad give them. ' They should be
kept near Windows, m a tunparlor
or Irbom where ventilation can be
given and tamp'eratufei kept Sowk
By arranging shelves in front of
a window on which the plants can
stand, an kttrlcUVe display is
mde. ', , ' '
Lily of .Ihe Vaidey pips can be
flowered in bowls of moss and
water. , ,t p. ,
Eccentricity: Paying a debt that
the creditor cannot legally collect
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