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Lens on History: Old Deere dealership still running

In 1837, an Illinois blacksmith named John Deere built his first plow from a broken saw blade. One hundred years later ... but there already was a rival International Harvester dealer less than 100 yards away. After two years of selling tractors,...

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Jefferson County Road Report - White Hall Journal

Arkansas One Call: The State of Arkansas requires a One Call Report before digging begins on many of our roads and ditches. A One Call is where the different utility companies locate their lines at the work site. After the lines and pipes of the utility company are located the lines are marked so the Jefferson County employee will know not to dig in the area marked. Setting Up Road: The road is ground up and the asphalt is mixed with an oil and rolled back out to set it up for a resurfacing job for some time in the future. When bladed 4” to 5” in depth and watered it makes a good road and stabilizes the base. BAB: A mixture of fly ash and bottom ash from White Bluff that is mixed with red clay gravel to stabilize road beds. Cold Mix: Asphalt used for patching potholes. It is made so it will not absorb a lot of moisture because it would not last long if water stands on it. Hot Mix: Asphalt used to overlay roads. CRS2: The oil used to chip and seal a road. The CRS2 (oil) is sprayed on the road and then chips are spread over the oil and it is rolled with a steel wheel.

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How Does Your Garden Grow? - The Herald

Allen Helderman gardens. The 73-year-old retiree tends double-digit garden plots — big ones — on every usable hilltop across 65 acres where he and wife Linda (Angerer) reside just east of the Dubois Crossroads. Allen sets out 100 or more tomato plants and a like number of pepper plants each year. The propagator also folds at least 4 pounds of sweet corn seed into the soil each year. “I start planting sweet corn in early April and try to plant a little about every week into mid or late July, weather permitting,” he says. “We can usually have fresh corn continually for two months, if the raccoons and squirrels don’t eat too much. For anyone who’s ever contemplated taking gardening to the next level, he’s a good grower to get to know. He knows tricks like, when saving tomato seeds to start next year’s crop, deposit pulpy masses in a glass jar and leave them there long enough for them to start to ferment. “After about three days, you put them into a little strainer, run water to strain them — wash them off — and put them out to dry,” he says. “That little bit.

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Lens on History: Old Deere dealership still running

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The man behind the tractor

John Deere ... plow,” Deere said. “The cast iron would not hold an edge or cut the prairie roots. This plow was made for New England’s rocky, sandy soils. And then one day when I was working at the sawmill there was a piece of broken blade. ...