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SIGNAL HONORS COME
TO MINNESOTA GIRL
Miss Edith I. Alexander of Humboldt
Selected for Judging Team at In
(Prepared by Office of Publications,
University Farm. St. Paul.)
For the first time in the history of
boys' and girls' club work in Minne
sota, as fostered by the United States
Department of Agriculture and the
agriculture extension division of the
state university, a girl has won posi
tion on the junior livestock judging
team which will represent the state at
the International Livestock Exposi
tion soon to be held in Chicago. No
EDITH I. ALEXANDER,
Minnesota girl has ever won a place on
the state's junior livestock judging
team at the National Dairy Show.
The girl who is going to the Inter
national Exposition, there to compete
for stock judging honors against the
boys and girls from many other states,
is Edith I. Alexander of Humboldt,
Kittson county. The international
team was selected in the finals held
between 50 and 60 boys and girls at
the Minnesota State Fair in Septem
ber. The three highest were Edward
Tersteeg and Clement Chase of Dakota
county, and Miss Alexander.
This Kittson county girl has been
interested in club work for several
years. Last year her pig was the best
raised by juniors in that county and
was exhibited at the state fair. The
Humboldt community has shown its
progressiveness by giving enthusiastic
support t- club work from the begin
ning. A year ago, Eleanor Clow of
Humboldt, won the state championship
tn cako making.
CROP SHOW PROGRAM
WILL BE ATTRACTIVE
Pertinent Pointers for Practical Farmers
Prepared by die Agricultural Deportment. Uaivenitr of Miancot.
(P"jpared by Office of Publications,
University Farm. St. Paul.)
A particularly strong program is as
sured for the Minnesota Crop Show,
Dec. 13 to 16 in the Minneapolis ar
mory if invitations that have been ex
tended to seven men are accepted, ac
cording to R. S. Mackintosh, horticul
tural specialist of the university's ag
ricultural extension division, and sec
retary of the Minnesota State Horti
Henry C. Wallace, secretary of the
United States Department of Agricul
ture Congressman Sydney Anderson,
chairman of a special congressional
committee on agriculture C. J. B.
Malcolm, minister of agriculture for
the Province of Manitoba, with head
quarters at Winnipeg Dean Alfred
Vivian, of the department of agricul
ture of the University of Ohio Gov
ernor J. A. O. Preus N. J. Holmberg.
commissioner of agriculture, and Dean
Walter C. Coffey, of the department
of agriculture of the University of
Minnesota, are the men who have
The Minnesota Crop Show is being
staged co-operatively by the Minne
sota State Horticultural Society, Min
nesota Potato Growers' Association,
Minnesota Crop Improvement Associa- _,
tion and the Minneapolis Civic and 5ATo II O MMI^IU
Commerce Association. On three aft
ernoons the three societies will com
bine their meetings, Mr. Mackintosh
Too much concern about the boy
who leaves the farm, and not enough
concern about the one who stays on,
unnoticed and often unequipped, was
the theme of an address recently de
livered by George Farrell, head of the
boys' and girls' club work in the Uni-.,
Sour milk builds feather and bone
in the flock, and makes more eggs.
Telling Age of Cattle.
It's harder to tell the ages of cattle
than of horses, say animal husandry
men of the university, but horns and
teeth often give accurate indication.
On the horns, count
UNITED ACTION TO STAMP
OUT HOG CHOLERA
Successful Eradication of Disease Da.
pends on Thorough Co-operation
With Federal and State
(Prepared by Office of Publications
University Farm. St. Paul.)
Hog cholera is prevalent in many
districts in Minnesota again, and fre
quent appeals for diagnoses and ad
vice have been received this fall by
staffmen of the division of veterinary
medicine at University Farm. Heavy
losses have been reported from several
localities in the state.
Dr. H. C. H. Kernkamp, assistant
professor of veterinary medicine in the
university, has investigated the situa
tion in many districts. Hog cholera
has been so persistent and wide spread
in recent years, that talk of eradicat
ing it seems rather far-fetched by
many hog growers. Dr. Kernkamp
and those associated with him do not
despair believing that the honest and
whole hearted co-operation of the fed
eral and state authorities, the veteri
narian, the county agent and the hog
raiser himself will accomplish won
ders in the direction of eradication.
Controlling the Disease.
"One of the most important steps
in the control of hog cholera is the
early diagnosis or recognition of the
disease," says Dr. Kernkamp. "A
correct diagnosis is imperative. As
soon as you notice any of the pigs to
appear sick, a veterinarian should be
called and with him rest the respon
sibility of a proper diagnosis and the
method of precedure to follow. If an
ti-hog cholera serum were to be used
on swine suffering from some disease
other than hog cholera, the results
would be discouraging.
"In outbreaks of hog cholera, anti
hog cholera serum can not be used too
soon. Attention is called to the fact
that serum is not a cure, but it may be
given in large doses to swine in the
early stages of this disease. It should
be remembered that if only a few of
the hogs are saved, they will pay for
the serum used.
"Sanitary measures are equally as
important "in the control of this dis
ease as is the'use of serum. In the
first place all sick swine should be
removed from the herd and isolated in
a separate pen or enclosure. These
animals are extremely dangerous in
the herd, since they are the source of
greatest infection and are active
spreaders of the disease. All dead car
casses should be removed from the
pens or pastures and disposed of by
burning or deep burial.
"The hog houses should be thor
oughly cleaned and disinfected. To
do a good job requires a lot of effort,
but the cost in dollars and cents will
be more than compensated. All straw,
litter, etc., should be taken out and
burned or plowed down in a field that
will not be used for hog pasture for at
least two years. It is important to get
all the filth jout of the corners and
cracks and also the dried accumula
tions from the walls, troughs, gates,
etc. After manual cleaning has been
done, then apply a disinfectant. The
feeding, troughs and floors should be
washed clean and then scalded and ex
posed to direct sunlight as long as pos
sible. Drinking fountains should be
treated in a like manner. The litter
and muck in the pens and runways
should be* picked up and hauled away.
This will allow the sun rays to reach
the surfaces. The sun is one of na
ture's most powerful disinfectants.
Disinfected pens should be allowed to
dry thoroughly before fresh bedding
and hogs are again placed in them.
"Dogs, cats, crows, hawks, buzzards,
pigeons, birds and even flies are
agents which will spread hog cholera.
It is very difficiult and next to impos
sible to control all of these agencies.
One may, however, by observing the
sanitary and control measures men
tioned before, reduce to a minimum
the danger from such sources."
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN.
BUY GOOD LIVESTOCK
"If I were a young man, I'd go in
for livestock. Prices are right, and
the future was never brighter." This
is what Dr. Carl W. Gay, professor of
animal husbandry at the Ohio State
University, formerly chief of the ani
mal husbandry division of the Univer
sity of Minnesota, told Ohio extension
workers at their statewide conference
that produce 3 0 times thei weight in
milk. Ohio's high traditions in breed
building, he said, should stimulate
young men to carry on the work.
and add two. In the mouth, one pair
of the permanent teeth, upper and low
er, Indicates 18 months of age two
pairs, 27 months three pairs, 36
months and four pairs, 45 months. It
wlH be noted that each pair of per
manent teeth come* ntee months af
ter the other.
traced the development of
PROTECTING ORCHARD TREES
FROM RABBITS AND MICE
The wise rrchardist has by this time
taken measures to protect the trunks
of his young apples and plums from
winter injury by rabbits aud mice
Plum trees may not be as attractive
as apple trees to these animals, yet
one is never quite sure what 'trill hap
pen when snow has covered everything
which they commonly feed upon dur
ing the summer." Mice have been
known to injure the trunks o apple
**iv oars niA
News From Ail Parts of Minne
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OwatoiuaA commission has been
named to plan the construction of a
new detention hospital here.
JacksonWork on the new $50,000
armory and public building, to be erect
ed here, will begin immediately, it was
ChisholmAt a special election
here, the citizens voted 302 to 205 in
favor of a vocational school here, to
be erected at a cost of not more than
VirginiaThe city has begun dis
tributing one pint of milk daily to
every child in the city under five years
of age, where families cannot afford
to buy milk.
Grand RapidsRobert Bozabwoski,
aged 28, foimer service man, was
killed while working on Ins farm when
10 sticks of dynamite exploded close
to wheie he was working.
WasecaThe comirfercial club i?
considering the changing of its name to
the Waseca Community club and the
broadening of its activities to take in
other hases of community betterment.
WindomThe proposition of the
farmers to completely change the pol
icy under which the Cottonwood coun
ty fairs are conducted was tabled at
the annual meeting of the society
HibbingArmando Pitterelli, 5 year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pittter
elli, died from injur.es sustained when
an automobile ran over him. Witnes
ses say the child ran directly in front
of the machine.
Fergus. FallsPapers were filed in
the district court here in a suit
brought by Mane Olstad against the
Rev. O. A. Huseby of Pelican Rapids,
asking fo $7,500 for alleged breach or
promise of marriage.
WorthingtonThe physicians of
southwestern Minnesota, in session
here, went on record by resolution
against the ruling of Secretary of the
Treasury Andrew Mellon with regard
to prescribing beer as medicine.
South St. PaulTurning upon two
armed men who attacked him in his
store, Gottlieb Mickolich, a grocer cap
tured a man who gave his namf as Ed
Macey, after wrestling a pistol from
his hands. The other assailant fled.
Blue EarthWiiliam Andrews, liv
ing on a farm near here, was attacked
by an angry bull. The animal knock
ed him down three times and gored
him badly, breaking an arm and col
larbone and bruising his head and
Fergus Falls Fergus Falls high
school will enter the state debating
contest this year, the subject for which
is "Resolved, that the United States
government should regulate, by direct
control, the price of coal in peace
FertileAdolph Peterson, a farmer
living near here, was eating fresh
strawberries and J. D. Mason, a news
paperman, ate fresh ripe tomatoes
picked here this month. Roses and
snowballs were also picked here early
St. CloudJudge F. M. Dixon of St.*
Paul and James J. Quigley, St. Cloud
reformatory, have been appointed re
ceivers for the Granite City investment
company, which owns the Breen hotel,
a $600,000 structure opened for busi
ness in St. Cloud, March 28.
BricelynThe canning company at
Bricelyn has been awarded the con
tract to furnish 10 carloads of fancy
canned sweet corn to the United States
government and the corn will be ship
ped to Honolulu for the use of United
States troops stationed there.
Minneapolis Mayor George E.
Leach will carry his fight to safeguard
the power rights at the high dam for
the twin cities and the state univer
sity into the courts, he announced, fol
lowing receipt of a letter from Mayor
L. C. Hodgson of St. Paul refusing tO(
call a meeting of the Municipal Elec
tric corporation, of which he is presi
St. PaulMinnesota was one of five
states raising more than 1,000,000
calves in the year 1919, according to
a federal census bulletin. It also was
one of eight states where an average
of 25 pigs were raised in that year on
the farms reporting. The bulletin
shows that calves were raised on 84.4
per cent of all Minnesota farms. Min
nesota produced 1,047,150 calves on
150,710 farms, an average of 6 9 tc
each farm. It also raised 2,883,807
pigs on 115,309 farms, an average of
25 to each farm reporting. Only 15,-
055 farms reported raising lambs
with a total of 255,027 or 16.9 lambs
to each farm reporting.
St. Paul"Moonshine" is a material
factor in increasing the neglect and
cruelty to children in various communi
ties of Minnesota, and numerous
homes have been broken up, as a di
rect result of this agency, according
to a report just completed by Sam F.
Fullerton, executive secretary of the
State Humane society, and submitted
to the society's officials.
HibbingThe tearing down of brick
buildings owned by the Oliver Mining
company in the older portions of Hib
bing will be carried on until the
weather becomfis too severe for out-
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DADDY WOEFUL BACK NUMBER
How Is it Possible for Young America
to Look Up to a Father
Dad was forty-five, well dressed,
exhlently all business. Son was fif
teen or sixteen. Both were standing
up on an Eas Tenth street car.
"Son, this fellow RuthsBabe
Ruths you call himis he the mascot
for the team
"No, dad," replied the lad with an
embarrassed grim, "he's heavy hitter
for the Yankees. What made you
think he was a mascot?
"Why, Babe, you know. Babe, I
thought he was a little fellow. And
what is It you say, 'Yank'?"
"No, dad, Yanks, Yanks." Then, af
ter a moment, disgusted: "Say, dad,
didn't you ever hear of John Mc-
"McGraws, McGraws. No, I can't
remember that name."
The lad was visibly perturbed, and,
getting closer to dad, he whispered:
"Say, dad, when we get home I'll
slip it to you who some of these birds
are so you will know next time."In-
Mr. YearwedPshaw! Breakfast
lias been late every morning this wee%.
Can't you do something to get Bridget
up on time?
Mrs. YearwedI did get her an
Mr. YearwedYes, I know, but
alarm clocks don't always go off. Why
not lend her the baby?
He Alone Was Conventional.
Western PaperThe groom in his
conventional black suit was looking
quite handsome, and the bride, attired
in her pure white lingerie, was indeed
a lovely and attractive picture.Bos
Courage is helped by encouragement.
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TeacherJohnny, what is steam?
JohnnjWater crazy with the heat.
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SMALL GIRL GOT HER WISH
Little One Took a Good Deal for
Granted, but as It Turned Out,
She Was Justified.
My new young man took me to call
on his sister, who was married. I
wanted to make a good impression, so
dressed In my best dress and was on
my best behavior.
Two brothers dropped in, and I over
heard them say they "wanted to give
Fred's girl the once over."
A four-year-old niece administered
the finishing touch when she asked, In
a voice that could be heard in the
kitchen, "When you and Uncle Fred
get married, may I be your flower
The brother grinned, brother-in-law
in the kitchen howled, while I turned'
a most unbecoming red.
The youngster thought she'd waited
long enougli for an answer, so she
said, "May I?"
I managed to say yes, and two jears
later we were, and she was.Chicago
In Movie Land.
Property ManYou know the big
dragon we made for this piece?
"You remember that we made the
tail in several pieces?"
"Well, the pieces got mixed up
somehow or other, and now I can't put
"That's all right. Just call in the
continuity expert."Youngstown Tele
Uncle Eben's Idea.
"Do man dat puis on airs over de
common people," said Uncle Eben, "la
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In order to do your best work, you must be
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nerves must be strong, steady and under perfect
If you are accustomed to drinking tea or
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For tea and coffee contain thein and caffeine.
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