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*l lit caring f«r work « tiny nteatt» « groat «* of a year. «ay* an >i J î r«***>«ler *i I in z**lI<*. •il- for building four V few tin»«*« IM * IJi.ef»* ' • at Hi*» hay r of »«it t il e* ► S£Vl tlir run I* full of liny manger for r»» In front In » lira ntf * • »tat« a a I it* y , .f H>« «» lb«* drive n tin* barn \\ * TU- g *Wf| ( 'Ik t f Jk } H I *»* Hr 1 *#' i L u t » all used H by 12, atui also tere, nod op of pinte Hi* er the corn I he haru ill I * ♦*F I î Of hay. g» tod o«t* ) 4 SI bush for tank I n Hb the « Inter ic sum » lien ma Tu build h ollid cost i 1 ( H «ni |H*« v » with 2 by 6 » heavy « nd («*» pur to them t tl I I 4 1 i 4 4 W*IA I I if*, f tht f f, rcco ALLCY 12X42 3 i ■ M de* >ts «»ot i' »4 4* l* I |l t It I) * (% 9* get • *»r viarkr, gh« * \ 41 |owi» The nr t f Hi p in i TlV 1'V« 1 t ; | : ! i |Pm ryi Cregjnq ryl! J j Iti iiii add re»« la-fort* tlit* Vv 1 scon »ln convention I'rofpnnor T. < k*-r said that too little slgnlfl ni need upon the disf*» hut term*kef«' i I. H i ' rninr lift* t*****u She may h» vej iitIon of Hi«* dairy cow many go*«,! point- and yet b«* u failure only ordinary return«, simply i bad disposition. l*| restive, rational or roiulmt 1 or give IMS die ha* a il U »■Xclta ble Irr \ cow with a placid, mild eye a I way** sinon and 1* not easily Klie I* d!s| MMMN I to make the a» I hey are and Is com bu» disturbed best of thing tSMMSl g I 11 H 1 »lisp*» i If it Is too open It denote* a tendency to get and the ijuh k. flashing cyci breadth of forehead. note* Intelligence uppfeelallve of »lioidd be excited and nervous. Ai Hi the I* the cas» Sia* should have because that de il* learns quickly and Ss kind slightly dlsh»*d l»etween the because fullness there indicates It treatment. *• ve d venewi. The Itotnan nos*» Is tin* fighter b**ad should have a im*dllim poise, tie cau-c if carried too high she Is rattle eonfu«<*d: If ear ggr The headed am! is eas rfi-l too low It Indicates a stubborn, f.-stlve pugnacious disposition. Slow movement of ears and hotly «hows fnictahillty ami slowness to anger. She 1* not In a rush, dot»* all leisurely, which Is conducive to a full and per latent flow of milk Hutch it<-1 tnt I «it If. I hts be intlful I Mitch belted bull rtaiidlnw 324. «a* four years old when the photo was taken and weighed l.oso % ■<A TV ,**V p I * ,%î V * l»C It M IU I. 11 it IM I.I. « (.At Dll'M. \meriettn Agriculturist, ire wa* Cia ude 251 ami ilntu Grice Benedict 521. who in ten months gave 7.H2I * pound* of milk Claudius .i « shown In IKS»*, Ihuh and 101)1 at ilo* b-ading fairs in the east, including New \tirk. New Jersey ami the Fan pounds. sa v ills Out of a possible seventeen first prim s he took thlrt»*en. In F.HM lo* headed tits herd ami took first at all own He also took sweepstakes N. V . in tool and the get at Trenton, s o\\ tied by S A. F. Nerv in of t ) range county. also has Fount css Warwick IF. eonsld • ■■I ..»to ot Hie handsomest 1 >nt« li belt ed cows ever on \ alley farm. She was first shown in l!*H nod took first prize *t Hi«- Fan American V mer «h r.i dise him* for bull ami I % f •' ■ who N J U* N N C FLLDING STOCKERS m I oaliut Veiilnr# I liar I, t «a |»r a* t r l'or I nalrni I M rinrra, i unity will cattle feeding, as It IVnnsylvauhi F*vs fanner llltle heavy >f pay. *a ti vnierlea M II inv a st far Agrlcellu tl H'f ntu* li t»M> much t. r our tvf entlh I.I VV t * I A 1 us it may I he ;. mu' l^-t I .i U vv e bom. lit SOI III ay* e art* the h>s**rs lire i J. M. MYKKS K. M. K IKKPATKICK Parma Creamery Compny. . oU lEX ROD MUTTER, made from inspected Highest market Manufacturers of < Guaranteed absolutely pure. pasteurized cream. paid for butter fat. price PARMA, IDAHO, Particular Printers Caldwell, Idaho. Gem State Rural 4 and 5 cents, be feeding cattle for pending upon the (juality. After taking •attle all winter they sold care of these < fat last spring for $1.10 to $5.25. At this price it can easily be seen that there Is no money in the business for who must pay about 55 w hen 1 the farmer cents u bushel for corn, l orn stover is our main rough feed, hut as it is worth 5 cents a bundle and to pay a hired man $12 to cost is too great. 300 to 450 we have $15 a mouth the These cattle gain from pounds, in some extreme cases 550 to otto pounds. As the advance in price »nly lo to 30 cents per hundred pounds at most, it can easily be seen Hull it is a losing venture. in i in spite of this, some farmers feel that they must feed cattle in order to grow tobacco. My argument has been tl at the manure from cattle contains aj certain amount of potash, nitrogen and phosphoric acid, can be bought cheaper in another form. If those materials why not secure them In that way? For humus we can plow down green crops, which will take the place of straw, j Then* are many varieties of clover wuieh can be used for this purpose, and if these cannot be had rye an i hw.tm very well. 'Hie smaller the number of animais kept and fewer men needed the lighter J 1 will be the work for the women. Frob ably housework is not harder than it was. but it is becoming more and more dillicult to get outside assistance. In short, we cannot grow wheat or feed | •■a'tle in <*ompet it ion with western I co - c.-s. and t e sooner we make up .. Ml "" ls ' ' ,1; ' :n "' "dj"»« ourse| vea to I In* pres naition tin* better. F, Rn sines* VI et hods In Cuttle Raising. The : dvantage of improvtsl metliods and Ranch. in cattle raising was illustrated in recent Issue of Farm Three-year-tilt I steers wt»re each Instance a shown in l he high class stock was of good grade, tine to registered blood and were raised and f«sl in the southwest in a similar cli The one sold for $0.11 scientific fiHsling, while tilt other showed imlifTerently raised rang grazed cattle of the lowest type Roth classes eatmers tuate. d ml weight. per Inin while the other brought This eompari It is tin* trl » $1 per hundred weight son tells its own story, umpb of business raising met ho»is in The high grade produced on a small farm, other roamed ovt*r uttle stock was while the wide but p ! he for a r M r; nge ami hitsthnl ft»r itself. mer w»*re housed in atld fed on » weather ■oft »ns»*«'i products, silage ltd promirti.tn ,.f , i,ops severe ml ti si m J I '.fill HOMESEEKER'8 EXCURSIONS. To Idaho points, on the first and third Tuesdays of April. May, August and Round trip Homeseekers excursion tickets will be sold to points on our line line as follows: October 11)04, excepting that to points between Idaho Falls and Silver Bow ,, v „ A \ -i n* tu kets will be sold in April May, and J oast as Pan 1.Chicago, Bloomington, and St Bonis, andin addition, tickets to Idaho points will be sold by the Un ion Pacific from their interior Kansas and Nebraska stations October 1904. The rate will apply from Missouri River points and other stations as far n and probably and Kansas will do the same. I he rate will be one regular fir.-tcla.ss fare for the round tr >p plus 18 00 with limit of fifteen licketswill be executed days going for the return passage any day within the final limit which shall not be more than 21 da >' s from dateof sale, and then wil1 he good for continuous return s,IUl ' to st; iting points commencing date execution. pas This will permit commence continuous passengers to return \ passage on from date of sale. twenty-first day R. Farrar, C.P.&.T.A. Rri ' P ot, ltry to the Saratoga Highest cash Hotel. price paid. WANTED ke .vs Ducks quantity. —Chickens. Geese, and all poultry in Highest cash ^PP v to Steward of Tur an y price, paid. Saratoga Hotel.