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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1912
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QUALITIES OF THE AYRSHIRE
Animal Is Quite Intelligent, Quick to
Learn and of Retentive Memory
Easy to Milk.
The general appearance of an Ayr
shire, as you look at her, Is striking,
being alert and full of life and re
served energy. She is a healthy cow,
rarely having ailments of body and
udder, and you seldom see an Ayrshire
cow but that has four healthy quar
ters in her udder and gives a uniform
quantity of milk from each. She is
a very persistent milker, giving a
uniform quality well up toward calv
ing, and many of them are dried off
She Is very intelligent, quick to
learn and of a retentive memory,
easily taught to take the same place
in the stable and, If required to
change, will In a few days readily
take the new place. She is quiet
and pleasant to milk, not easily dis
turbed, and will as a rule yield her
milk as readily to one milker as to
another, and does not seem disturbed
by any amount of noise in the stable.
As a dairy cow she is particularly
adapted to the production of milk for
the milkman and for table use, as her
medium size, vigorous appetite and
easy keeping qualities make her an
economical producer, while her even,
uniform production makes her a reli
able supply, and the richness of her
milk in total solids places it above
suspicion from city milk inspectors.
Her milk is particularly adapted to
transportation, as it does not churn
or sour easily, aid when poured back
and forth a few times will readily
mix the cream back into the milk,
which will not again readily separate,
giving it a uniform quality until the
last is sold or used. It has a good
body, is rich looking and never looks
blue. The milk itself being easily
balanced with casein and butter fat,
Is a complete food, easily digested,
nutritious, and is particularly adapted
to children and invalids. Stomachs
that are weak and unable to direct
other milk find no trouble with Ayr
shire cow's milk.
FOR USE IN MILKING COW
Invention of Florida Man Provides
Vertical Partition Between Milk--..
er and Animal.
The Scientific American in describ
ing a sanitary structure and milking
appliance, Invented by G. M. Lummls
of Fort Myers, Fla., says:
"This Invention provides a vertical
partition Interposed between the cow
iM til inllker, and constructs the
tamo with a large opening over and in
which a flexible screen formed of rub
ber, skin or fabric, and having holes
for insertion of the cow's teats. Is ap
plied so as to completely exclude for
eign substances from access to the
milk pall. Thus in place of taking a.
try tl "
Appliance for Milking Cow.
pall or milking machine to a cow
when tied in the open or in a stable,
the cow Is taken to a particular struc
ture and is confined therein while be
ing milked. The engraving shows a
cross section of a cow stall or stable
and an adjolni-g compartment where
the milker is located.
Cruelty to the Cows.
The milker who will thump a cow
lor squirming under the attack of
files ought to be hoisted out of the
barn on the toe of the dairyman's
Why should the hired man be ex
pected to work ten hours or more
in the harvest field and then while hot
and dirty tackle the milking job?
Prepare for Future.
It la Imperative that we provide
some means of tiding the dairy herd
over the season of falling pastures,
Instead of vainly regretting that it
The dairyman who depends upon
the pasture during the summer and
hay during the winter to feed his cowb
is treading on treacherous ground.
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TOWER OF THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. PANAMA
PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION.
iltO.M an architectural viewpoint the dominating fonture of the
I'liiumin Pacific Internntiotuil Exposition will be the huge tower
of the Administration bulldliiK. Uislnc 375 feet In height and
flanked on either Hide bj the domes, towers and minarets of the
su-nt exhibit pnliices. the huso tower will be nt nil times the most
((iii-.iiciiiiiis feature ot the Bxio--ltlon City. From San Francisco harbor
It will nipiar ns the centr.il feature In the great rectangle of exhibit pal
arc uIhi-h Uv line will he 110 feet In height, whose domes will rise 144
feet and utilise lesser towers will tie 175 feet in height. From afar this
central snuip will appear almost na a single palace, four-fifths of n mile
lonji and 1.200 feet In width nearpr at hand It will be found that the
exhibit i lures, are Interspersed with great open courts, each designed
b until hie groups of America's foremost architects The Inner courts
will express the highest Ideal of the architect, the sculptor, the colorist
and the landscape gardener The Exposition palaces will be he loftiest
ever constructed: the grouping of huge buildings will give an effect of
almost inconceivable masslveness and grandeur. At the base of the
tower which will occupy an acre In extent, will be a huge arcade be
neath which visitors ma enter from the main exposition entrance Into
the gni in I Court of Honor Thlrf court, which will be 700 by 000 feet in its
jtrentesi dimensions was designed by McKlm. Mend & White
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PRESIDENT CHARLES C. MOORE- OF THE PANAMA-PACIFIC
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION PRESENTING
DEED TO JAPAN'S SITE TO COMMISSION
ER GENERA!" HARUKI YAMAWAKI.
H' Imperlnl .Inpauese Mnjesty'i Commissioners to the Panama
I'nclflc International Imposition dedicated Japan's site in the
I'resldlo Iteservutlon on Wednesday, Sepl 18. In .the presence
ot more than 10.MH) people The ceremoulep were highly im
pressive and were deeply appreciated by the representatives ot the .Inpn
nesp Wnvernment Commissioners. Hnrukl Vnmnwnkl. (lolchl Tnkeda
and Vashlltatsu Katn.vama. The deed to the site was presented by
President t'hnrles C Moore to Commissioner (ienernl Ynmawakl, who
accepted It In behalf of the .Inpauese government
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The universal Interest in the prob
lem of Increasing dairy profits through
the cow testing associations shows
that dairy farmers are willing to learn
better ways when they have convinc
ing proof to sustain a theory.
Care In Spraying.
In spraying the cows, be careful
that a generous quantity of the solu
tion Is put on their backs, especially
Just behind the shoulders, since at
these points It is difficult for the ant
main to brush off the flies.
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frmii Jlnynw-flt IliSVncjrHliia.wiTiU lt) vis
o(ixne)A vlli tj;iiu.tl,ii to witness the imgt
IK great Knxt Court ut the 1'n.namn Pqclfle International Bxpo
il'loti i d'-sigped for pnuiiiMtrvHiii passing the famous Durbar
nt liidfit 11 will ;nniitnte a siiltniiie settlnc for oriental or
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I'tsltor to this "Cojirt of Joy--
ejints tluit will b n feature
of the e.iMisition ( Iih iiihIji tower ot the court will contain 11 great pipe
organ with erjip" ori:iiiTi:'n the -uinltei towers, wlthlu the renter nf .the
cmirl will He h hiislu rotiiiilnltiu riiupiiigs of rlnssle statuary dancing
figures. -Tiiuns satyrs mid nyiuii'i Klectrlr srlntlllniors will ptay upon
fniintnlns nt night rroplcni' shrnlw and rtiiwer will contrast with the
sterner eltect of the iiilminades statuary and facades of Hip ootirt, -In
Its nrcliiterttire the Kant 'Court, which wjll Me iiiminu the jiinln gronp
or exhibit pala es wll resemble tbe orlpiitat phase of the Spanish
tltLLSUORO, Hot. 13, 1SIIS.
Retail Qrocers ..
Wheat, busbel... ,
Corn, new , ,J 50
Potatoes ,., ,. ,r. bo
White Ueans, bushel;,, a
Iiutter , , a 20
Eggs, Dozen ,. s 30
Young Chickens..,,, .. 9
thickens, per lb..... . , 9
Turkeys, perlb a
Ducks, per lb ..,, -a
Hacon llama, per lb a 18
IJ.icoti Sides ,. -..,... II a
Ilacon Shoulders. , 8a t
Lard., ,., , 11
llay.ton 25 00
Ex. O. Sugar ,, a OW
Granulated Sugar a 7
Cut loaf and Powaered Sugar,..,. a 10
toffee.Klo 25a 40
Tea, Imp.,K,H. andG. tt perur.. 20a 70
Tea. Black. :........ 20a 88
Cheese, factory...., , 22
Flour, good family brands, cwt... 2 80
,"" bbl a
Molatses.N O. gallon a 60
,." Sorghum....,,,..,, a 40
Golden Syrup a 35
goaioil 10a 15
Salt - a 1 25
Hams, city sugar cured, lb..... 17a 18
tivfc stock .
Beeves, cwt., gross B 00a 8 75
Beeves, shipping- , e 00a 7 40
Sheep ana Lambs, per cyrt. ......... 4 00a 0 50
Hogs, cwt., gross...... ,, 7 40a 7 85
Milch Cows with Calves?, 5 00a 40 00
COO Tngo Book free, on the Treatment
and Care of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs,
Hogs and Poultry, also Stable Chart to
hang up, mailed free.
For Every Living Thing on the Farm
Humphreys' Veterinary Specifics.
V. A. For FEVimS.MIIk Fever. Lunit Ferer.
Jl. B. For SPIIAI.VS, l,am'eneii, Rheumallim.
('. V. For SOUEThroat, Epizootic, Ulntemper.
I). D. For U'OH.MS, Bota. Grubi.
E. K For COUGHS, Cold. InHuanza.
r. F. For COLIC, I)ellnclie, IllarrlicA.
G. G. I'rcvenn MISCAItlllAGB.
II. II. For KI11,M:V nnd Bladder dliorderi.
1. I. I'orSKIX DISH Si:S. . Mango, Eiupllonh
J. U. For BAD COMHTIO.V, Indlge.llon. -
At drnggNts or bcdI prepaid on receipt
of price. CO cts. each.
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ji a d Aim SirCeia. Now Yurie.
SITE SELECTING CEREMONIES OF HIS IMPERIAL JAPA
NESE MAJESTY'S COMMISSION TO THE PANAMA
PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION.
Jl'AN wns first of the foreign nations to select a site nt America's
trrejit Panama-Pacific Exposition at San Frnnch-co In HJlfi 'Che
evteiislve area which hiiH been dedicated to the Jnpuuese Kovern
incut displny. Ave acres, will penult the adornment of the grounds
stirroiiiidiuc the Palace of Exhibits with wonderful .lupanese trees and
shrubs iiresentlng the landscape effects that In .lapiin have attracted
tbe nttentlon of tourists and nature lovers from all partsof tbe world.
Tlie I'aince of Kxulblts will i-over nn acre of ground In the center of this
Japuue.se garden. The Japanese government wlh spe,nd $1,000,000
0P11I&1 OR MORPHINE
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Fice trial. Cases where other remedies havo
failed, specially desired. Give particulars.
DrJt.G.ContrtU. Suite S17. No.400W3dSUNcwYork
knowledge. Or secretly, ily remeUy is
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NICHE IN THE tJOURT OF THE FOUR SEASONS, PANAMA-PACIFIC
EOn of tbe four corners of the Court of Pour Seasons will be
adorned with groups of statuary symbolical of the seasons
Spring, Summer. Autumn and Winter The sculpture will bo
set lu niches screened by colonnades and mural paintings, also
suggestive of the seasons, will form the wkgroutid for the setting.
The Court of Four Sensons will bo 340 feet sijnnro Mr Jules Guerln.
the noted artist, has charge of the color plan, und tbe designer of the
court Is Mr Benry Baron of New York.
KILLS ALL TICKS
Cooper's Dip kills all live ticks and
also the nits Keeps sheep free from
fresh attacks for months Improves
appearance and condition ot flock
Increases quantity and quality of wool.
One dlppinc does the work sheep only
handled once with Cooper Dip.
Used on 2SO.000.000 sheepannually.
Don't rain your wool by using some
Suestlonable liquid dip use a reliable
Cooper's Dip has been on tbe market 63
years and is made by sheep dip speclal
fs'.s men who know. Used by 82 per
cent Royal Show Exhibitors in 1911. Be
..ure and give it a trial.
If no airent in your district send 81.73
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of Inventions wanted by manufao
turers and promoters, also Prizes ot
f ered for Inventions. Patents secured
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FINE ARTS PALACE, PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL
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TflVi Klne Arts Palace will be one of the most beautiful structured
Ip Its architecture as. welt as In its locution nt tbe Panama
I'm-ltirHxposltinn. Tbe hulldlns. 000 feet In lengUi from north
fo southwlll bo semicircular In fora and will Uavo as Its cen
tral motive a ow,dome arising from a unique hose, Forming the foye
ground wlji h u great lagoon surrounded oh jure ldei by a sunken
c.ardiii. Kblcb wll be designed In romantic liallun architecture. Here
will be iWnibfed' Uia noUbfe paiuUnKs of hlatory,- .
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A Han Francisco man has patented
a phonograph automobile alarm, that
can be matle.poHtely to request a per
son to getaway from In front of the
par, or make the demand, more strenu
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