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SATURDAY.OCTOBER 1, 1904.
&ESULTS FEEDING. aThe Picture Shows the Results of an Interesting Trial with Two L.ots of Shotes. The accompanyiog cut almost tells Ihe story of results secured in a cotn paratnje feediug trial with two lots of ahoats. One lot, represented by No. 1, was fed on corn meal and water, and one lot, as shown by No. 2, corn meal and skim milk. Lot No. 1 gained 118 pounds and No. 2 309 pounds. The cost D1FFERENCE SKIM i ?f lot No. 1, purehase price of shoats, outlay for feed and labor in caring for aame during feeding period, was |ta\.".?*.; eelling for tSO.ti, netting a proflt of only |1.05. Lot No. 2 cost a total of 126.87, allowir.K 20 cents per hundred pounds of skim milk, sold for $31 sn, givlng a prolit. of $7.9**>. The slop for jNp: 2 was made of eorp BaaaWCtat part and skimmed mflk three parts.? iVrm and Ilome. ?. CLOVER AS F' ^ FOR PIGS Some Feeding Hints Whose Vnlue Is Sc Apparent That They Should Be Given a Trial. Ciovt r ai corn < r oth< r urnin make a mu<h < . ? alioa for pips aad ll aa) faadlng period (haa th< graa aloni ;r plg? and shoats are!". <i a ith a lluh groia while runnii anonthi thoj ataj '? !..:?.?!.? to arelgh all the way from ISO to 17" poui On th* other hand ? \}.i \ were compelled to live oa | BO, it will botbcr them to weigh ararc thaa 125 pounds. Tl ? tha iii^: f;\e bboi ! i of theyouna. ?11 Ufa <:u: ha n. . , .,, . , gain that 0 ill 1 ?? At the aaane time Bh< hc tha ? iod in no at aaa Interfi n a wlth maklng juat as rapld gaina i , jllt, parlod, so thal one |? jaat ahoad th< tra galn for a uiv? n amonal of graln fad koth naj thal ayoui . aillmaka ovfr an oldi r oao, When it COCnea to aelllag tho r>rown np shoats thal have been fed wlth a lit? tle corn or other graln while al paatnre they W|i] outaell ihe anlekl] rattened hog. This is at caai tha hoh i.. r who has lo eut ap the earcaaa haa learned thal ma, ahouli rtao| the hog that haa u, ll tnd kept ajjoa as are thlcker aud of betterqual ' mm thal la aral allowed to ? the frame and afh rwarda I ieu niontha h the latter eaaa tbera is too apt to ? ::T1 N : internal fat. i? ,??> former caae there is aa Intermlngling of the fat and leaa M.Mally Ih;it of the ham. aad ihonldera whieh pelaaea the ham eplcnra, thaa anaktng the ear ST.?V ,i;u ??? <>?' ?P more profita Nyand Rive better eatlafactlon to be eonanaaer ? st Lonla Repuhllc. 8UNSHINE m THE STABLE. Light Is Essentinl to rhe Welfnre of Horses aad Other Animals Coufined Within Walls. Sunshine is Jtufl u eaaohtlal to ho?aaa and other farm aaitoala as it S';;'"1^"1 *'*?" u"?" toeaaugbt O ihia faet when hnlldiag stables and lens ih.s ia too often aono, and stables f?r both horoea and cattle a.-e too dark The , V(.s oI ln) s>s ^ a infre(1uemly iajuro.l by helng kept in dark atahlea. Onr hoaeee, aa a ruie are much better igh.ed than onr Jtabhs. yet we all know how nncom fonable it la to *o out of a well iight ed house Into the glare of sunshine ?sPeCiaily if tkora is aaow on the* gronnd. The affocl ta even wor.se on l?V**n? r"V " ??? anv ?peeial effect an the eyes. iight and ?oaahine in eta . m)_ Pottonceto tha gonora] i eai.h and thr.ft of farm t c . aiui ,,.? gh , always be oonatrncted al h , vtew ,o admit.ing as mnch a .? ()J ?k 1 ^ ? ?hl banw :,n,: whore the stock qnartera are daxl necessary eonaequence, damp, It wonld ^e a good Idoa to pnt ln ../a.ft win. akrara :o adaail Ug ,t and Maa ? lato theaa The aee en* is ? -,H,t} time to attead to thla. .vi.i thai eaa aaaaarata peraoa artn do II Thoma W. Uogrd, in X Y. Tribuue i armer. BOME FACTS FOR BREEDERS Why Close Attentiou Should Be Paiu to the Iudividual Meiits of Farm Animals. *arie brefcder of eattle sooner or later wmes to rcaliaa the taet that in ual merit nuist ha 'he chicf thir.g con aidered in an auinial. At first he i^ inclined to stake everythiag on pedi gree, but after a time he comes ;< realize that pedigrees are ladlcatiTe only of certain facts in the pasr his tory of the breed, but are not . aoagb to use as a fouudation in batldiag Up a hord. A remote anceatOC of his animals may have been a aroadec in his ability to make meat. but i; will be seen. after a little ?gariag, that a Very smai! part Indeed ,,f ihe hlood of that aaiaaa] eaa be in th.. anlaaala b< owns. if hv-hreediag is not prac ticed. the tcatb t;eneration after an animal eaeh of iws progea? will have ln him less thaa oae-thoeaandtb part of the btood of that airc or daao and the rest wil! he from the blood of animals aol pnrticularlj aoted. Therefore ladlvidual meril must re? ceive a larga aaaoant of attention. Some one has aaid thal a pcdigrec run ning beek ir, geaerationa wocrid eontaia over 32.? too names. whieh will ahoe bow little of the Mood of any rCBBOtc BBCCV tor any one animal caa bavee Pi are of value. bal Booaetimea they are a positive injury tothe hreeder. whoheeps an animal with a pedigree when he wouid have killed the animal bcfore breerting it if it had no jM>diuree. But for all this the buyer of eattle. if they are to be used forbreeding pur poses. ptits Kreat wedght on the p'di gree. thoush there may be little in it. There is always aehance that sometliing nntisua! may eome out of it. and the ordinary boyer is ready to take the chanee. In many cases pCdTdgrcea are profitahle only in the sale of an animal. and that only r* eause of the seniiment of the buyer. We believe there is more danger of losing sight of the individu ality of an animal than of losing sight of a pedigree. Therefore we say. pay close attention to tho Individuality ofthe animal that is fo be nsod for a breeder. ar.d if he does not. in conforflia tlon and o:her qualities. eome up to the type desired. fatten him or her for the shambles - Farmers' Review. A CHEAP HOUSE FOR HOGS The Structure Here Described Will Pay for Itself in the Course of a Single Season. Every farmer who raises a dozen or more BOga tkroogk the s-a-soa should have a BBiUbla placc for them to sh-ep and eat. A neaf and eomfortable hoiiso | can be h.iilt from rative lumber. the ! cost of whieh ean b* made perhaps in J one season by the numberof plg8 s?ved during ? farrowing tim. aad >.. econ omy .f feed. B? side? . t_\\ ?_o< fcyrrj De BtODBL ii' ?< ;j i. ,(si: BBora bcelthj ir bavlag adeaa reading faaoff and dry ah i ping qoarti i - Tak a oaapaaytng plao auggeata a simpie bogbou e. arbicb eaa be buiit very cheep. Thla is a ahed-roof bulld lag factag aoatb, whieh baa i windows to 1.1 in pjeety of auaablaa The helgbl In.m Ooor to piata is aiaa ? ia th rear The ?J* the alaepln.-room *.\i-. aad th< a iej foar fcci v% i i? Far rawlai pena are farj feel eacb n Ujd llaea aaarb moeablc : Km K ? be well doora lafroal jota, if deaired, a feedlagcrlbor gralo blamay bebulH ontbc i house V]^y t(> tht '' Oraage Judd I'armer. Cknnging the Sheep Pnsture The Bhcep paatarc maal he <omo tln-.es iven ;1 ,,.., f,,.m ,, ,,^ ^ ^_ eoani of the depoall of tha egga of la teatlnal aorma or sheep. !n some old paaturca thaac egga are aaid to be apread by tbe milllona. Thla is p r ,',u:"1' ihtagei m grooad to be ted over by roaag laaaha. The man ;ha baa more than one peature aill 5nd himseif in an adrantagcoaa poaitioB in I(vp of tra ibla with intest:,^ wornu arlalag. iie eaa then . chaagc l.is ihe. p run from on lare to tha other Sueh :1 Cba i b 1 ii ? aaaar] ualc . ar-, B| aa of ihe preaeace of .sU<-h worma am ?, g the abi ep. Panaera' Kevi. a Mix Brnins with Feeling. It has heen a eommon idea that al' tie bog was pjood for was ro eon>-iim-> i entrated feeda; but now we nad ln the bog a aee :-..: prc itable aray to markei roaghage. Our hogs wiii ,!o better if kepi oa gra s an.i g;ven Fheapei grain . Our experimeBl ata tion. bave been exporinienting witb clover and alfalfa h:iy. Don't tli n that a bog is only tit to eat cora, and at the sanie time eat up prolt; it is so aotaetlmea, h-it if managed eare fully it will s Idoa tnrn out that wav. Mi\ bralaa with all yoar work, if yH w.uit more dollara nuUed m your prolit.?Midland Panoer Wh^nt PredaeCB Cbenp Pork. if p rk or bacoB prodoced by wheat Will bc as niarl.tihe as thal pro iOCCd by cora tie lat or wil! :?ke s e ond plaee in tlie pork-growlng pr ee s At the Oregoo exper'meni atatl n 5.70 ?>und of wbeal i daj prodored one poond oj bog meai dally, wbereaa ii tooi< 3:08 pooada of cora to prodnce the aasac reaolt The per*od of the test araa tl days, Another facl dla cloaed was thai tbe I tea almoel half as faal ngala the ftral half . f r e fattcaiag period aa bej ro duriag t'.-.e aacoBd balf. The beaey i ? lab more feed than tbe yoaug< r jra, The Wise Tindlord. ?ran f aee thc proprictor?" a^1 nmei reson ? city for hia aumi UMBRELLA CURE FOR DOGS New York Suburbanite Tries an Ex p?riment Whirh May Be Worth. Imitating. "I think I got square with a couple of dogs last night," said the suburban resident, whose business keeps him out tlll two o'clock every morning, to a New York Sun reporter, "and that Without running foul of the S. P. C. A. "The beaste haunt my street and the moment they hear my footstep they aet up a barking whlch wakea up all ihe neighbors and sets them wonder Ing what form of dissipatlou keeps me out so late. "Well, I was carrying an umbrella unrolled last night and an inspiraaton 6truck me. One brute, a cross-grained fox lerrier, was standing In the frlnge WALKKD L'P CLOSE TO HIM. of shadow about 20 feet from a lamp post. "I waHced close up to him, he snarl Ing and yapping to split your ears. At about ten feet range I suddenly opened the umbrella wide, right facing him. "You know the odd flapping and clicklng noise it makes when you do it quickly. Well, sir, I was aetonlshed at the resfilt. "That dog gave a low growl of alarm and turned a flipflop In haste to get away. He ran clear into the mid dle of a big vacant plot before be atopped. "I trled It again a minute later od a big nondescript animal that came bel lowlng at_ me in a dark stretch under some tree~s. As I daabed the umbrella open, his note changed to sharp yelps of agony, and I'm aure I don't know where he stupped running. He cer tainly jrot clear off the bloek. I was startled myself at the success of my experiment. "I reeommend the umbrella cure for dogs. Try it." TRAPPED BETWEEN TRAINS Man's Hair Turned White in a afo meut, But He K?ca, ...1 -. a Pail of Beer. _>* Hundreda of cohnniuers^Sn the Har ; Iem & New Haven rallroad witnessed : the remarkable esrape from death near the Bronx Park station. Mount Ver J non, N. Y., of a nrnn whose idcntity is j not known. Two trains sotng in oppo (sita dlrortlona trappod him hotoaai , them, and so great was hia fri^ht that his hair turnerl white. IBoth englne drivers ma.le their whis tle? shriek, and tha man strpped be tween tlie traeks. In his hand was a I bucketful of beer. There was barely j room for him to stand hatwaaa the two V\!.. k 4 % r I i V jO^. srii.i. i'I.I'Nh TOTBI BKER mahing tralna, and tha Barlon train turned hJaa ronnd like a top and h< feii betweoa the tralna Both e.ngine drivers threw on the brakes so quiek!y passengers were thrown from their BOata. A eonduetor lOOhod under the train for the mangled body. but in vain. Then the man was seen ellmhlng np an amhanhmont by the traeks. His elothing was torn, but he was not Injnrod, and he still elung to the beer. When last seen he was running toward the Bronx zoo. His hair had turned from blaek to white. Sets a Splendid Example. Benoath the ahelterlng boughs of a laran oak tree in a forest a mile and a half from human habitation, Miss Claude Elydia Burkhalter, of Peoria. 111, praetie^s deilj on a grand piano! In an improvised cottage benoath the same tr^e the yonng woman lives, fully apart from intruding strangers who mlght disturb her. 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Boyhood Meanofion, Pnys knoaa good aaothera bj Hescore, Hut n ori Tl'.se motheri who are noted for The gootfnesa of ;).< it pi. s. ?Cntholic Stantfard. Special Excursion Rates to Los Augeles and San Francisco vi.i Southern Railway $05.25 for the Round Trip, Returning via St. Louis if desired. Beginning with Angust i:?th and con tinuing daily to September 7th, South? ern Railway will se)l special tickets f:om Richmond aud all points on its lines to Los Angeles or San Francisco and retnrn at the rafce of $65.25 round trip, fiual return limit Octoter 23, 1904. The Southern offers the choice of sev eral routes, rate open to the public?go one route and roturn another if desired, taking in at the same time the St. Louia Exposition, tickets via this route allow ing stop over of as much as ten days at St. Louis. For details, apply to any Agent of Southern Railway, or C. W. Westburv. D. P. A. F. H. Jackson. Ohas. T. Williams. JACKSON& WILLIAMS pptoyigiOK ec/Ap'Y DBALERS IN CnOICE Beef, Pork, Veal aud Lamb, 101 W. Jackson St., Richniomt, Va. Fresh Country Eggs and Butter. \$S=*Fine Buttcr a S reeialty. '*" al Before You Purchase Any Other Writa THE NEW KOME 8EWING MACHINE COMPANY ORANGE, MAB8. Wi, ,,, Many Sewinjr Machines are madetoscll re^.\'l Inss of quahty. but thi " >'<?? Home" is rnade to wear. Our cuarar.ty never runs out We rr.ake gawlng Vachines to Buit all eonditions ofthetrade. Tha ** Xm llomo "* BBBBBB) at tha head of all Bltcti-Krntle BaBBJ BBeCBI n-achines Solil >>\ nui ii.,i i/e?l (linicis ouly. J. af. P. COQKE. SEABOARD Air Line Railway Short Line fefl Prineipal Cities of tho oottthand Boothueet, Kloridaa, (.'nlie. Texaa and Sdezioo BehoiaJola Kffeel aartl 17th, IftfM. nunri lbavs ricbvqni>-maih n 'TluN- ]>Ah.\ iM p. m.~"PEABOaRD MAIL." oompoawO or l?t?-st improved day ooarhrM, I'ullinaii Bl?eper, Pnllman Parior Car nnd <'nr. to il,???(.?? -,.n. Kaleiirh. Southern 1 m?-. IiMinl.T, hmluiN, Atlanta, I dett. Culnmbia, Savaahah. Jactuonvilto. St. Augnxtmeand Tunii*, 10:85 p. m. "SEABOARD EXPRE8S," cora POMd <>f d?l e.ai.h.s. Pnllman Can to Atlanta. .Tm-k-.nvi!Ie aud Taint :?. Cufe CantSouth of Hantlrt -To Henaerson. Kalelgh, Boutft. rn } intM. Hamlet, Pine lmr-t. Ail.iut:,. Camden, Colnn 8avnnnah.JacltHonvillt>. st. Augus lMin]>n. iir.il N. w Orlea&a 9.10 a m.--L.?-nl for Norlina. Batalel and Caamotaa. TRA1XSAR1UYK KKILYOXD-DAII.Y. fl:35 a. m.~Xo 34. fr..m Flnrl.'a Atluntn.aud the Soutiiw . -.t. 4:5.> p m.?No. aa, from b'lon.ta, Atlanta and the Sonthwest. 5:30 p. m.?Xo. M, fr.iu Xoihna and Local 1 ouits. W. M TAYLOR, City Ti. ket Agent. H. s. r.KAKn, LMa Paaaa. Aa*.. No. MOE Maiu at., fcttotueoata, Va Phoiu- 4U.) ' Jiiii.- 11), l')04. c & o ROIT E. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. 2 llours and 25 Minutes to Sorfolk. LKAVB BICHMOND-EA8TBOUND. 7;;n a. m.?tiaiij,?Loeal l? aTaeraaaa xsews Old Pomt and way stations. 9;00 a. n?.?Daily-Linfi ted- Arrlves Wlllianis tn*9lr^i "'?? *i?wport New* 10;3ii a. n., Old Point 11 ;iaj a. m., Norfolk 11 ii ?.. 111. 4;00 n. m.-?Daily-Bpeclal-ArrtvesWil 1 .ann.sburjf 4;oo p.m , Newport News 6:30 p.m, Old Pomt ti;oo p m., Norfolk ?J25 5;tt)p. m.-Daily-Loeal* to Old Point and Norfolk. MAUV LINE? WESTBOUND 8;50 a. m.-Dail.v to CharlottaarUleand Exceot Sunday to CUftoa ft>Tfa. p 2 ;00 p.m.-TJaily-Bptx-ml toCinsinnati, Louis ville. St. Loni* and CMearo 5}15 p. m.?Week days-Local to Oranee 10;45 P- m.?Daily?Lnnited to C'at-innati Louiaville, fct. Loute ai.d Chicago ' JAMEHK1VEKL1NK. ' 10;20 a. m.-Daily?Expre.s? to Lynehburir Lot in^ton, Kew t'HMle. 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Rtley, Pres. Tlrs. Leonora WaaaM Polk, Cor. Sec'y Made the Durnb BeastObey. MADAMB S. MONZOOLO. Ma?am S. ModzooIo, vsssifisssmgwsffi .- ?, . , , I ^N'1 arhooan read from the aky, daring V , -! s,),v ?* **WNOU*TQ BROCHERSia Vidllia Laoaeofthelargcataad ?-npi aieprtaata 211 tha world namc Sampaon beoaaa aaruly aad kiiiod nine rtag-theday. atedam atoaaoolo araa aaat for belp, aha lalio a Sampaoa by holding aoharraiaa;hoocaealia aerriarhl u.iuaaud s-.immk Biac Bory vrorda to Ihe beaai and ao obayed BUdam Monaoolo araa bora la Panria, Fraaceaud bad aighl i wara of Bogiiah MiitHM,)^ Bbe araa bora a fortaac teller. N > haaalc oo eaxtboao do arhataho nr , "I ? *? - yi 's'"' llA" surs-,1;v"--'''- ra irriag aotea, doeila, nuVW^Ki- *?rn2**! to*??K **???*?? bottottca, pjaaioae, triokery, evil spirita, orip pu aad bund ?ff?ira. biddea treaeoree, aad loal aad atoleo artiolee. Tbia jjifwd woman ia ? rnend to the poor. Bhc is tha aereatb daaghtorof ber parenta aad a mig lty Healer from birth. Bhc bleaaea your boaae aad naata- briajht eoor path rorever; keepa yonroneraJea behind yoa. Thc oharaaiBg a bone aith whion aha m?S ,*?** mVSSt'<1 :u"1 baatcel ai thc aark hoan of tuid-n^u, and araa found mi^my sbc arorka from thc deed aad reada from thc aky. rhooaaada of pre nmUd Mo.im.1,,. Fortnne *l*elk#m1 etc, hera tried to imitete thia woeaaarfal n eci.aiu but her eqaal baa aerca beea foaoad. Bhc oaoaaa apaedy marriagea. ane .aaioared thoaiaaada arhoarerebliad, cripplodaad otherwiae efflioaed, for tbl . *???LZl^P*$?0?**n*miniatera, beakera aad other profeasioaaJ inouoC u eicartB Bcek thiagifted nediaan for adnce. she siioold Utc foreear. shacoa BBltcd over thirty thoBsand people m BBTCa months ?wfri?UdSlt W"uld l'Hy you tolook uroua.l yoursfif for a whilo us you are .',.?'. o'; , bomoo"V toonaahaaj your path for bad lnck. aad arorkiaej oonjuratiou Hr ?" rv"u ,K>! bee:ause >'ou nav? haieacd them oaly bioaaae your UTiaa is keps out ot tiitir sight they are jealous of you. Madaiu Monzoolo gdvea you a charmiug bone aaal that will cause yoax ', o,V iM? y\nl' "l,lke yi,m succ?ssfl*l "1 busmess, oamBB vour family to livo t appily forever, dnve all evil from your path, cause you BQ aai . KOOey uud coma into possession of property, cause you to aaia baak tliat which was atoleo froia you, cause the one whoin you love to love you until deatb and cause whatever you want to conie to puss. In fact make the dunib beaat to love y..u. Her i>ower excites the wondera. She is known over all the world as the qacen of spiritual woraera Don t waste your time and money with frauds and still be lefl iu a for aaaac worse condition than before. but consult tbis christian womler and yoax troubles will encl. No matter how much money vou have lost in siokness and business etc. Don t lose any more but write to Madam Mon/.uolo to-day and take her advice and you will be wealchy and happy forever. Price for consul tationiBonodollar i#UK?). Inclose $1.00, a two ceut Btamp, your name and adaress and your life will le seut to you at once. Write for other partiouiars. For other particnlars write MADAM S. MONZOOI.O, 84o Elm St. Dallas, Tex. GOOD FOR SHOES The pnrchaserof each Tair of MaOM from 81 00 npwanls entitles you to a Gonaoa. Qfr Coupons will get you a Pair of our *? *>*> BEST $1 50 SHOES. +* ALBERTSTEIN, Cor. Cth A Ilroad St. 42s K. Broad St. BOARDING &LODGING. Rates Reasonable. AJj the Comfortr f * of Home * A Orders reeeived by letter or telegraph. MKh. KOOkKK LKFTWH II, PRoI>RIBTKK.Ss, MII.N8C., ._ iCiciniHii, Th