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P0i GROWN -fiflfiTST CHEAPLY BY FEEDING
. SOME GRAIN TOGETHER WITH FORAGE
It Has Been Shown at Different Experiment Stations That the
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Mr. William A. ltmlfont will answer
, questions and rIvo ndvico KIlKK OP
COST an ml subjects ptrtalnlnp to tho
v' subject of building, for the renders of this
'paper. On account of his wldo experloneo
ns Editor, Author and Manufacturer, ho
Is, without doubt, tlio highest authority
, - on all those subjects. Address all Inquiries
" -to "William A. Radford, No. ITS West
W Jackson bouleVRrd, Chicago, 111., and only
w rinrlrum twn.pont ntnmn for rcdv.
When a man builds a bone's there
Is ono factor Hint ofton is overlooked
Ho sometimes falls to realize that
.ho not only Is under certain obliga
tions to himself and his family, but ho
Is also under a deep obligation to tho
community in which ho purposes to
For Instnncc, a man tins no moral
right to buy a lot In a community of
flno houses and place thereon an ar
chitectural monstrosity, or a houso
7,--pL.whoso freakish design will detrnct
4 irom tno nuignuornood.
J' ' Tho deslro of homo owners In every
neighborhood la to have tho houses
that are built even better than those
already there. In other words, pro-
.gresslveness Is the watchword In home
building as In all other things.
A man cannot do a moro foolhardy
thing thnn to build a dry goods box
Chouse, or a cheap looking structure In
n community of flno residences. For
be and his family will be ostracised,
and rightly so, by their neighbors.
-Hop is thcto any necessity for
houses of this character. Well and ac
curately drawn plans are available and
designs nro to bo had for houses
TERMS. FOR STENOGRAPHER
Art of Shorthand Writing Has Been
and Is Known by a variety of
Possibly not one in 100 of New
, York's numerous key tappers" knows
that the art of shorthand writing is
known by other names than "stenog
raphy," "Thachygraphy" is only ono of
y 'Tni. its second part, of course, comes
irom mo samo-truoi na mo inner ena
of "stenography" that is, from tho
Greek "grapho," meaning to write.
"Tachy" is derived from the Greek
"tachy," meaning Ewift; so only the
shorthand writer who has the ability
to take, down rapid speech and tran
scribe It quickly has tho right to call
herself or himself a "tachygrapher."
(Tho "ch" sound is !iko that of "k.")
"Stenography," comes from "grapho"
combined witu "stenos," which means
"narrow" in Greek. So a "stenog
rapher" is olthor n narrow writer,
or sho or ho practicoa "narrow writ
ing." Not so many years ago wo heard a
good deal about "phonography" as a
name for shorthand writing, but the
term seems to liavo gone out of use.
It comes from that samo useful root
"grapho," combined with "phonos."
Tho latter word meano "sound," do
that a plionofirjUiner '3 ono who
writes down sound as ho hears it.
Tho phonograph is, of course, an In
strument for writing or recording
Then thero aro "brnchygraphy"
stegonography" and "logogrnphy" as
other names for what wo generally
call stenography. In tho order given,
they aro derived from "grapho" com
bined twlth "brachys, ' meaning
"short," "atoganos," moaning "cov
ered," "secrot" (a stenographer Is ono
who writes in cryptic or mysterious
writing; not to be read by the unlnt
tiato) and "logos," meaning Bpeecb
At a New York Hotel.
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which, though not expensive, will bo a
credit to nny cchnniunlty.
The first thing to study in the mat'
ter of houso building Is tho lot, its
size and tho surroundings. The front
ago will largely determine tho design
and tho arrangement of tho rooms.
Tho house hero shown is beautiful
ly adapted to a corner lot where ample
lawn space can be had., The first
floor or story can be of concreto blocks
or plaster finish. The wide exposed
chimney, giving tho impression of the
cheerful flrc-placo within, breaki the
monotony of tho end elevation, as tho
dormer does on tho front. Tho size
of this houso is not as largo as might
appear from the design. It is 32 foot.
9 inches wide, and 11 feet. 6 inches
long, eiclusivo of the porches.
'1 he front porch is of ample slzo,
and ono enters directly into tho living
room from it. This room Is 15 by IS
feet In size. The architect has yield
ed to that demand for tho parlor that
still obtains in most localities, and ha3
provided ono12 feet. C inches wldo and
15 feet long.' With tho wide folding
doors the living room and tho parlor
can be made practically one The din
ing room Is 12 feet by feet, C inches;
and a beautiful feature hero is tho con
servatory opening from It. Tho kltch
en Is 12 feet, by 12 feet, 6 Inches. On
tho second floor are three bedrooms,
a bathroom and a study. This latter
room also may bo used as a sewing
room or n an additional bedroom if so
It is estimated that this housu can
bo nicely built and finished for $1,000
FOR LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT
British Alienist Says Science Musi
Surrender to Romance, and Glvoo
Sir James Crlchton Crowno, a dis
tinguished British alienist, scientist
and cugenlst, In an address at Shef
field, declared that scienco takes a
back sent in favor of romanco and
that he belioves in lovo at first sight.
"I am a bcllorer in tho lovo match,
not only from a romantic, but from
tho eugenic viewpoint. I feel I nm on
firm ground in recommending a re
turn to nnturo in relation to marriage,
and with a duo allowance for those
natural forces that are, perhaps, more
far-sighted In tho futuro of race Im
provement thnn wo seo with tho host
"Lovo at first sight of tho right kind
is a physiological opocli, correspond
ing with tho installation of now cir
cuits in tho brain. Thero is nothing
moro beautiful in tho world than the
lovo match. It Is sacred, divine."
Francis 1. Madero, president of Mex
ico, is a small man nnd comowhat ton
citlvo on tho subject. Not long ago
Madero and his cabinet weto photo
graphed. Abraham Gonzales, bucrc
tary of ctato, ia a very tall man nud
stout, and ho was required to stand
Ubxt to Madero when tho picture was
Madero lifted his eyes to tho top
of the head of tho great Gonznlos,
observed tho dlfforenco in stature and
coughed slightly. Then ho said: "I
feel that my slzo will not show to
advantage unless wo aro seatod."
"Vour Excolloncy," replied Don
Abraham, "if you could only stand on
your wishes wo woiUd all be dwarfs
"Woll said," Madero In return, "pro
vided you did net stand on your cour
tesy at tho samo time." Saturday
"TImpera Is a quiet man.
''Yea. indood, Tlmners makes about
as much nolso as.tho; letter je la Mm
brogue ,.." ft
Results of inveotlgntlono at tho Mis
souri oxporlmont station indicate
clearly that pork can bo produced
most choaply by feeding grain in com
blpntlon with forngo.
Tho kind of grain doponds, of courso,
upon, tho forngo crop. In tho work
dono at this station, in general, when
tho forngo was a legume, such as al
falfa, clovor, cowpoas or soy beanB,
straight corn was tho grain fed. With
non-leguminous forages, such as bluo
grass, rape and oats, sorghum or ryo,
tho corn was supplemented with lin
seed oil meal, tho ration being mado
up of bIx parts corn to one part of oil
Whilo tho kind of grain to feed 1b
Important, tho amount of grain is of
equal, If not greater, Importance in de
termining tho economy of grains. It
has been shown at different stations
that tho best forago crop3 aro llttlo
moro than a maintenance ration.
If gains aro to bo made, then, it is
necessary to feed some grain In addi
tion to tho forago Experiments indi
cate that tho greatest economy of
grain through tho use of forago is ob
tained whon ono and one-half to two
pounds of grain are fed dally for each
100 pounds of llvo weight. Tho best
general rulo io to feed enough grain
to cause tho hogs to mako n dally
grain of thrco-fourths of d pound for
each 100 pounds of livo weight.
Where alfalfa can bo grown success
fully thero Is probably no crop that
will give better results for swino feed
ing. An aero of alfalfa will pasturo.
during tho grazing season, from ten
to twenty shouts. Tho important point
to bo obsorved is not to pasture too
closely. Ucst results are obtained by
so pasturing that one or two cuttings
of hay may bo taken off tho field dur
ing tho season In addltl6n to the
HOE IS MOST HANDY
OF FARM IMPLEMENTS
Most Useful Tool In Equipment of
Gardener or Farmer Should
Be Kept Sharp.
cny n. a weathers-tone)
So many peoplo havo a horror of
using a hoc. It Is tho most comfort
able imploment to bo found In tho
equipment of n gardener or farmer,
and it Is hnndy to uso for so many
purposes that ono cannot get along
Probably ono reason that peoplo do
not llko tho hoo is that most hoes ex
plain at onco how "dull as a hoo"
caiao into proverbial uso.
A dull hoo is certainly not a pleas
ant Implement with which to work.
Tho good gardener will keep his fa-
vorlto hoo filed to a sharp eago an tno
time. It is impossible to grind a hoo
on a grindstone becauso tho bevel
must bo on tho upper stdo of tho blade
when it is in use in order to make
tho hoo "blto" Into the soil.
Filo your hoo. making tho bevel
about twice as wide ns tho thickness
of the blado. Then knep it bright and
whon you go out After weeds the hoe
slips through the soil so easily that
hoeing is not much like hnrd work.
In hoeing a long slow movement
should bo made, if the soil Is In good
condition. Simply "scuffling" half an
Inch of tho top soil Is enough to kill
tveeds and ono can go over a lot of
ground In ono dav If tho hoo Is sharp
nnd bright and the strokes long and
With n sharp hoo one can out
thistles, dock, dandelions and other
noxious weeds with qulukness, dis
patch nnd case. It Is light to handle,
easy to uso nnd moro effective than
any othor implement for many pur
poses. In choosing a hoo select on tho
blado of whtrh Hob not quite flat on
tho floor whon you nro standing erect
with tho hoe handle extending from
your hand when In working position to
the floor. Tho heel of the hoo should
not qulto touch tho floor from this
Such a hoo will blto into tho soil
easily, when It 13 bright and Fharp
nnd will work smoothly nnd effectively.
Sharpen thn hoo nB soon ns It gets
noticeably dull This will bo hard on
tho hoo, but It saves musclo nnd hoes
nro cheap. Carry n small flat file In
your hip pocket and do not allow a
nick to stay In the hoo a mlnuto
after it is mado.
Conserving the Onows.
To conserve the snows of the Dluo
Mountains, In tho Wonnha Forest He
servo, tho government forestry bureau
la planning to troat thousands of
acres with shrubbory and develop dor
mant springs. There will bo doublo
the water supply In tho summer, It Is
bellovod, whon the treatment of tho
mountain forests Is comploted.
Teach Calf Early.
The longer the calf Is allowed to
tuck tho cow tho harder If will bo
amount foraged off by hogo. At
this station, with half feed of grain,
alfalfa was found to carry twelvo
head for 1CS days.
Whilo it took flvo or six pounds of
grain to tho pound of gain, in dry lot
focding, only n trlflo over threo
pounds was required when tho hogs
ran on alfalfa.
Red clover ranks next to alfalfa as
a forago crop for Bwino. It will not
carry so mnny head per aero, nor fur
nlsh pasturo for so long a period no
will alfalfa. In two different trials
it was found that tho valuo of an aero
of clovor for hog feed is moro thnn
$34. Caro should bo taken with clover
not to pasturo it too closely,, and to
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let it reach a hcleht of 10 to
inches before turning onto It.
Tho best results with annual forago
crops at this Btntlon havo been ob
tained with rapo in which havo been
sown n few oats. Tho Dwarf Essex is
tho variety of rapo used. If it is not
pastured too closely it will como up
again after thu first growth, In favor
ablo seasons Tho data in this scries
of experiments with r.ipo showed that
an ncro of It is worth $22.84 for porlt
making. At tho Wisconsin station
bettor results were obtained with it,
surpassing oven the clover.
Blucgrass requires tho feeding of
moro grain thnn do these other crops,
and It Is only available in the early
summer nnd nftor the fall rains. In a
number of trials nt tho Missouri sta
tion tho average return was found to
bo $15 13 per ncro.
In general tho mount of grain re
quired to make a pound of pork in
tho dry lot wns 5.11 pounds, nnd tho
amount required on forngo wns 3.49
pounds Thus there was a saving of
about 30 per cont. of grain, which is
replaced by tho cheaper forago.
EFFECT OF PLOWING
ON YIELD OF WHEAT
Results Given of Experiments at
An oxpcrlmcnt was conducted at
tho Oklahoma station for tho purpose
of determining tho effect of enrly mo.
dlum and lato plowing upon tho yield
of wheat. As an averago for fivo sea
sons, July plowing .gavo a return of
27 1 bushels per ncro; August plowing
yielded 24.3 bushels per acre; whUe
land which had turned nbout tho mid
dlo of September brought only 23 bush,
els per ncro ns an nvorago.
If tho wheat flolds aro plowed In
July nnd nro then worked down with
tillage lmplomonts so that they do not
present n rough, open surface, any
rain which may fall throughout tho
summer will bo absorbed nnd subse
quent culturo will onnblo the growor
to save this supply for his crop. Tho
samo plan can bo followed in prepar
ing fields for alfnlfa soedlng.
Whero it is Intended to prepare the
soil early in Septombor, officials of
tho station rocommend that special of
fort should bo mado to pulverlzo tho
seed bed thoroughly after plowing so
that In tho ovont of autumn rains be
ing nounaant, tno crop will coma
through in good condition.
Causo of Spoiled Eggs.
A. n. Leo, n spoclal agent of tho
government, Is going to ostabllsh an
ogg experiment atation at Frankfort,
to seo why eggs spoil so quickly, aud
to work out plans whoroby eggs may
bo kept In better condition on tho
farms thnn at present. It In estimated
that nbout 10 per cent, of nil tho oggs
received by tho egg donlers nro bad,
and tho govornty-nt Is doing all po
olblo to find tho causo.
Heaters for Orchard.
Last yoar J. J. Hnztlton, a largo or
chard ownur near Springflold, Mo.,
placod 10,200 crudo oil burners In his
npplo orchard and as a result sold
over 200 bnrrelB of npplo3, whilo oth
er orchards In his immediate vicinity
yielded nothing. Enrly this Bpring ha
Instnlled 20,000 additional heaters and
again cavod his applo crop.
This senson marks tho extension of
tho prnctlco of winter hhearlng. It is
declared tbnt tho oxtra cost of hous
ing required for wintor shearing pays
A Valuable Cow.
A Holstoln cow, J yoars old. owned
by E. Lamunlon of Salvillo, N. Y., is
reported to havo nvoragod ovor 80
poundB of milk per day, from which
was made 29 pounds of butter for
Profit In Qeeee.
Qeooe aro profltble to ratso whera
one baa pasturo to turn thorn out on.
They will require almost no grain
food at)d are nearly clear profit when
marketed at Thanksgiving fi Cartel
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Although tho icomnn brings
A lump exceedingly small,
You don't complain, for if you do
Ho may not como at all.
BABY IN MISERY WITH RASH
Monro, WIb. "Whon my baby was
six weeks old thero camo a rash on
his faco which finally spread until it
got nearlr all ovor his body. It form
ed a crust on his head, hair fell out
nnd tho Itch was tcrrlblo, When ho
would scratch tho crust, tho water
would oozo out in big drops. On face
and body It was In a dry form and
would scale off. Ho was In great mis
ery and at nights I would Ho awake
holding hlo hands so that ho could not
scratch and disflguro himself. I tried
Blmplo remedies at first, then got
medicine, but It did no good.
"Finally a friend suggested Cutlcura
Remedies, so I sent for a samplo to
seo what they would do, when to my
surprlso nftor a few applications I
could seo an improvement, and ho
would rest bettor. I bought a box of
Cutlcura Ointment and a cake of Cutl
cura Soap and before I had thorn half
used my baby was cured. His head Is
now covered with a luxuriant growth
of hair and hla complexion is ad
mired by everybody nnd has no lls
flguremonts." (Signed) Mrs. Annie
Saunders, Sept 29, 1911.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Samplo of oach
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. AddresB
post-card "Cutlcura, Dept. U Boston."
Wanted a Bite.
Oh, yes; it was raining had been
ail day. But thoy didn't mind that so
much; you see, they wero fishermen.
All tho same, they woro trudging
home, with weary stops and very
Their baskets wero empty, and, to
bo oandld, thoy wero In a vory bad
As they entered the llttlo village a
largo dog ran at one of tho party Tho
dog had a ferocious look, and was
barking furiously. But tho fisherman
did not tako much alarm at tho ani
mal. Ho Just kicked it away care
"Aren't you afraid ho'll go for you?"
inquired another of tho party, somo
The ono who had kicked at tho dog
looked nt his companion in a sorrow
"I only wish ho would!" ho replied
"I'd chance almost anything to bo able
to go home and say I'd had a bite!"
Point for Sherlock Holmes.
Somebody wondered how long a cer
tain woman who hnd just left tho
room had been married.
"About 15 years," said the Jeweler.
"How do you know?" asked the Jew
eler's wlfo. "You uovor saw her until
"I can tell by tho slzo of her wed
ding ring," ho replied. "Tho width of
wedding rings changes about every
; Ave years. Tho kind she wears was
in stylo 15 years ago."
"Dick" Quay, at the Congress hotel
in Chicago, was talking about a no
"And he's worth eloven millions,"
Mr. Quay endod.
"And Is an entiroly sclf-mado man,
too, I bellove," said a correspondent,
"Entirely so," Mr. Quay answered,
"excopt for nlno thick coats of white
wash that havo been applied to htm
by various investigating committees "
Seizing the Opportunity.
Sho Old Mr. Stelner told mo he
would marry mo at onco If ho wero
twenty-five years younger.
Ho Why, that would Just bo my
Sho Ach, this is so sudden. Ex
oliauge. Important to Mothoro
Examine carefully every bottle of
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Infanta and children, and seo that it
In Uso For Ovor 30 Years,
Children Cry for Fletchcr'a Castoria
How About This?
"Gec30 aro supposed to bo symbolic
of all that Is foolish."
"Woll, go on."
"But jou never seo an old gander
hoard up a million kernels of corn and
then go uiound trying to mato with a
Red Crocs Hall Hlue will wnnri double ns
mnny clot lien ns nny other blue. Don't
put jour money into nny other.. Adv.
"Do you think a wlfo should
through her husband's pockots?"
"Yes if thoro'o anything in 'em.'
Mm. Wlnolow-n GoothliiR Bjrnp for Children
U-clUlnp, Boftene tkecuma, mliicCH Inttnuinia
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People who aro crippled In tho head
got loss sympathy than any othor cripples.
For Headack Nervousness
and Backache dueio disorders
of Kidnejps and Bladder
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