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Friday. Juno 14, 191R.
THE TIMEa PUTTIKG OR A POUNDof PO PER DAV i - 1 , com, meat-meal tanks s, wheat miIdUcE3 nnd rock salt in se'f-f coders," says Professor Ev vard of the Iowa Agricultural college. "Another lot la the same pen was of fered einctly the tame fed. plus all The ruttormilk they w anted. Each but termilk hog drank 32 pounds of butter milk a day. ate less thsn half as much of the $- corn, only a third as much of trie $90 tankage, and two thirds as much of the 555 middlings and actually reached a weight of 206 founds some 62 dnys before the hog w ithout the buttermilk did." Dr. E. V. McCullom of the Johns Hod tlns university says : "We know of no way to examine a food In the chemical laboratory to tell anything at all about Its nutritive value. The only way to get this kind of Information Is to test rur foodstuffs by carefully conducting feeding trials and let the animal n ewer our Inquiry. Such feeding trials, to be of permanent value, must be con ducted in a fairly elaborate eerlea and with a full appreciation of the fact that the value of one constituent of the diet, protein for example, can be de termined only when it is known by complete experimental evidence that all the other factors In the food mix tures are satisfactory." The feeder who imagines there is wisdom. In buying tanksge for protein and allows his animal to waste It by not being able to assimilate it, is not in the big-profit class today. With the present price of corn it would seem ex travagant to feed hogs whole grain. It would be much better business to feed bgs on by-products of cereal and dairy nanufacture after the human food has leen largely utilized. In the summer ime the hog can forage largely for himself and the feed which is given him should be carefully mixed in the proper proportions by men who have made a life study of that work. SERGEANT WELCH NOT TO BHflSFEflO Major Ryan Rejects His Ap peal for Active Service for Good Reasons. If va are rot desirous of fighting a mad Irishman It will he well for you rot o ask Servant William E. Welch, in arre of reeruitinsr, why he isn't in Frice. To be perfectly frank it Is rafler a touchy subject with the ser gnt. Vnd all because he has secured more e!:tments for the United States army tan any other man in recruiting serv :e since the start of the present war tnd is considered too valuable to t)9 transferred. Tax-ins served eighteen years tn the no, form with active service In the is irjs and the Boxer rebellion, experi encing hardships at frontier posts where, fit sergeants have most cf the work and ffreat share of the responsibilities, Welch's heart aches to be with his only rmrades in the cavalry or the machine run outfits at the fighting: front in France. At intervals throughout the past year he has sent to his commanding" officer requests to be transferred into active service and all have been rejectee!. Not because of any personal feeling: In the matter for the sergeant is a great fa vorite with Major Ryan, but because the major is of that old school of soldiery that thinks first of the good of the serv ice at all times. "I'd like to be in France just as much as 'Welch." is Ryans reply, "hut the war department sees fit to keep me here and considers the recruiting service in IndV ana as important to winning: the war." Sergeant Welch is my best recruiting sergeant and T don't propose to have him transferred because I believe he is doin? more good in Hamemnd than he could anyxvhere else." In other words Sergeant Welch is go ing to be a good soldier and do what Catarrh is a Real Enemy and Requires Vigorous Treatment Do Not Neglect It. When you use medicated sprays, atomizers and douches for your Ca tarrh, you may succeed in unstopping the choked-up air passages for the time being, but this annoying' condi tion returns, and you have to do the same thing over and over again. Catarrh has never yet been cured by these local applications. Have you ever experienced any real benefit horn such treatment? ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS Delivered to Any Part of the City. Ask Us for Prices. Vest Hammond Coal Company ' J. J. BREHM, Prop. IMPRESSIONS 1 and -j-v.?xis wotk maites a cooa lmpres- W'l sioa at first, but after a dav ki rfeiSSjXJ d5VS4 saentuicaliv meaning and r tlemeii s Jb&naruss ana Straw nats. ah our worK is dono by experts in a satisfactory manner. Come in and investigate. BIJOU CLEAlNirsQ 175 STATE STREET. PHONE F If---.If National Crop Improvement Service ) Do not change the hog's diet sudden ly. When yon procure your concen trated mixture, mix if. with your corn or nilnge or other bulk feeds if you have been feeding that way. It Is be1 usually to add about three parts of concentrates to two parts of ensilage. Mix well with water and reduce to a thin slop. If fed dry in a hopper, mix about the same proportions; keep the hoppers filed at all times and furnish plenty of clean drinking water. Thnt this enn be done economically Is proven by an experiment of the Michigan Dairy Produce company, E 1 more, Mich. The first lot of six r!Ks weighed 420 pounds, were fed IS day, consuming 225 pounds of a commercial hog feed and approximately ?4 worth of buttermilk. They were welshed :.t the end of the eighteenth day and weighed 600 pounds, making a gain of 180 pounds at a cost, based on the re tail price of the concentrated feed, of $11.80 the cost of producing the pork and not including labor. They esti mated that the labor would amount to $2.16 so they claim that the total cost of raiding this lot was $8 rer hundred weight for the gain. Young pigs ehould gain a pound or more a day. If you are not getting this increase you had better look to your feed. No pig can prosper on a single grain. his commanding officer considers he is best fitted for and while it may he the greatest disappointment of his life not to be able to go to France only a sold: -r. long in the service knows what it moans he is game. All this information came through a third source today when it was made known that council of defense, learn ing that Welch had gone to Indianapolis this week to make a last plea for trans fer, passed a resolution and sent it to Major Ryan urging that -Ich bo re tained in Hammond as necessary to war work here. Welch was bnck from Indianapolis on the job today and recruited ten men. and the reporter who ventured a question about his trip to Indianap olis didn't get mu.-h satisfaction. The boys who are going mto the army can learn a lessen from Sergeant Welch as to what serving the country means. One's own ambitions and desires come second in time of war. Bill Welch is making his sacrifice one of the greatest a true soldier can make. The Scout Movement It's Educational Value Instructors all over the country en dorse the Scout movement as an edu cational asset of great value. The ap plication of studies to some practical end the fact that a boy puts ail that he learns to the test of definite use fulnessgives an appreciation of th value of stud- and hence interest in it, which no amount of oral pre sentation ran impart. Professor r.oherts. of the Kansas State Agricultural College. in an article on Pohool Science, pys tribute to the scout method. He sa:- s: "There is Just one solitary place where your boy and mine can get this kind of fundamental training which teaches him h"v to be a man. how- to take care of himself and others in emergencies, and that, as you know, is absoiutelv not in the rv.ihlic schools at ail. it is the oraran'zatii-n of the Boy Scouts. "Contrast the methods of the i-nuti, for example, to the meth' d of the Throw these makeshift remedies to the winds, and get on the right treat ment. Go to your drug store to-day, get a bottle of S. S. S., and commence a treatment that has been praised by sufferers for nearly half a century. S. S. S. gets right at the source of Catarrh, and forces from the blood the germs which cause the disease. You can obtain special medical advice regarding your own case without charge by writing: to Medical Direc tor, 22 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. PHONES: Re., 1674; Office, 2355. facts often vary. Some T T or so of wear you find your S hat as shabby . in-a Blocking ladies' and gen- SHOE iSMIINIINa A IN O MAT PARLOR 24S4. HAMMOND, INO SEC 0?.3 1 V V U cCb 7 V:- 'hnoi, fin1 i'c iH stat i'-. ' nf rlynamir and the other U'.el"P tr th msti- mum fncourincs. indffd forre? initia- the ul,fr gloiifS'-w military sub r if ri' p tn routine. Th& une not merely asks but demands nrigin!ity a n d r a h r v e th Iv t h i li it srr.ir'f ulness. The other lequir rormity at all costs and xaltx indniduiil xpres.ion thf idftl ipiinf- and order. The on" fore v to hnmmT himself int" sum individual; the other hammers th indi ?! dual fwt if th bo''. ir T. ('. lifi ss"11. principal of th-? K . i r T'in k : "T!'.' f" hool emfrKerii'iPS of Vhool. says: cannot utilize ail the the h.iy. This .splendid movement .-omfa to our aid The imu WMOmp element is smaller inw the Scent w.-re organized. It tends to raise, a higher standard liwins hoyn. Their persona! appearance is Letter. CiKerttte sm.iktns Is orf th wane be muse i.f the xainpl of the Hoy Cha:'.e V. Eliot, ll.p., pay? the Scout pioffram a very great compli ment when, in speakins of ene of the second-class requirements, he .v: "Tht piece of training: i! better prac tice for eye. memory and English style than most of our schools afford any of the pupils between the aares of twelve and eighteen " Seont ire the rit ludrnt. Mr. W. V. Blakely, Scout Commis sioner, ishelhy ville. Ind , recently made an Interesting investigation of the school record of Roy Scouts, and com pared their average grades with the average grade made by boys who were not Scouts. In a letter to the editor of Scouting, Mr. Biakely says: "In looking over the school reports In our ity for the last school period. I find that in two grades, the Seventh and Kicrhth. e have forty-five boys who are Scouts and fifty-five boys h are not Scouts. I compared the two bodies "f boys as to their grades to obtain fats with which to meet the disapproval of parents who complained that Scout work keeps the boy from his studies. The following table has effectively answered this complaint, and I am sending it to you in the hope that other officials will find it useful "Out of 100 boys, 5 are Scouts, and their (trades follow: 7B 13 Scouts, average S3-2 TA 6 Scouts, average S2.4 B 1" Scouts, averajre ST. 7 SA 9 Scouts, averaee B0. 9 KSfU 4" id mm 'ill s tTtv FL";J: SY. y t j hussiax nor duke FLEES TO SWEDEN FV aft ' , 111 i i IS , 2? W-'.. . t4$ Grand Duke Michael. This six-year-Qld son of the Grand Duke Michael has just arrived in Stockholm, according to recent re ports. To escape the Bolshevik offi cials the little duke was taken in disjruiee by his faithful bodyguard to Sweden. He is now in charga of a British nurse. "The 45 Scouts have an average of S4 per cent. "The other 55 have the following: 7B 27 boys, average 70.3 7 A 27 boys, average 79.8 fB 8 boys, average Si 8 SA S boys, aveiase S3. i, "These 55 bovs have average of SO. 9 per cent. "'Out of So boys, two fell below pas- urn : J hi j A YOU are cordially invited to attend our Grand Opening reception and concert on Friday evening this week. FREE SOUVENIRS COME GET YOURS Barney Youngs' Orchetra Reception 7 to 9 p. m. Music and Souvenirs at both stores The HAMMOND CANDY CO. now op crates the nicest two refrcsmcnt parlors in Lake Co. Here you will find that elegance, refinement and service, which we know is appreciated by our patrons. In our State Street Store (No. 1) you are especially invited to inspect our Candy Kitchen OPEN FOR BUSINESS SATURDAY JUNE 15th- FINE HOME-HADE CANDIES AND ICE CREAM TWO STORES No. lAt 166 State St. Between Minas and Woolworths' 5 and 10 No. 2At "Four Corners" State and Hohman Streets. Also Washington Flower Mkt., 77 W. Washington St., Chicago Controlled By t),.... sins, or ?rade cf 75 per cent. Out of 32 Scouts in Hia:h School, all received pass na stages. All out of all Scouts in this city we have not a Scout that failed to receive a passing- irrade. This little report is ftoinsr to be a ereat help t the Boy Scout movement in this city." GRIFFITH The Community club will meet at the home of Mrs. A. Minniger, Friday even tiiK, June 14. On Tuesday evening a large yellow touring car liearins license 7719S, driven by woman, ran off the end of Junction avenue, south of town. The enr w.is unharmed. Grandma Talks About Baobs KasIarso Cfrel' iitars Who Prof it by Her WUdom and ExparioBca. In almost any commantty thert is a rran4 Bt who known Mvther'a Friend. Not only U sho, rcmininoent cf her own experience, bitt itw through her recommendation that so-many expectaut mothers denred the cuxa fort and blessing- of tht famoi's rewedy. Mother' Friend la an esternal spplleetfcm prepared eapecially for expectant mother after tha formula of a noted family phyii clan. It certainly baa a wonderful effect rellerinp tenilon broujlit about by ex panding muscle, and la a moct grateful en couragement to the wamt3 awaiting i&otb erhood. Tha action f MoUer' Friend make the muiclea free, p!:'aut and responsive. When baby arrives Cscy erpaad easily, and pain and danger at the cri.iia la naturally less. Strain upon the nerea and tig-amenta ! lessened and In place cf a period of discom fort and conitsqucnt dread, it ia a seaaoa cf calm repoaa and happy anticipation. J.Icthcr'a Fricr.d enaIea the nwthur to pre serve her health ar.d rsturl graco and she remain a pretty mother by bavin? avoided tho pain and suffering which more often han otherwtae accompanies such aa occasion when catura is unaided. Write the Bradfteid Rcsrulator Co., Lamar Bldy., Atlanta. (Ja., for thair "Motb erhood Book," so valuable to aipectant njoth crt, aad la the meantima ?i net try any chance fill to purchase a bctt!s of Mother" Friend friTn the dnjrrit and tr-un fortify yourself a-a;nt pain and discomfort. MolV .r'a Friend should be a-Herl nlgut ar.d mom. with t;e uttaott regiilar.ty. ammond Candy I F. 'W ANFIWFsFs 202 FAYETTE STREET. CASH CASEY GROCERY SPECIALS FUR June ISth to June 21st Inclusive BEST CREAMERY BUTTER, per lb 4(5 PURE LARD (Oscar Mayer's), nor lh ALCO NUT BUTTERINE, per lb GOOD LUCK BUTTERINE, 32c per lb 34 SINCERITY MINCE MEAT, 15c seller, 3 pkgs 255 TOILET PAPER (10c seller), 4 rolls 25 FANCY NAVY BEANS, per lb 16 SHADY LANE TOMATOES No. 13 cans 28? No. 23 cans -42 Xo. 33 cans 54? SHADY LANE EARLY JUNE PEAS, 1 cans 405 FANCY RED BEANS, 2 cans 255 VAN CAMP'S, PET, CARNATION, SILVER COW OR BOULEVARD MILK, tall cans, each FANCY SLICED PINEAPPLE, per can 215 SINCERITY KRAUT, No. 3 2 cans 295 ARMOUR'S HELMET HOMINY, " can3 275 4 1 m Co. SOAP OLD COUNTRY LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 bars 575 KIRK'S AMERICAN FAMILY 10 bars 605 KIRK'S WHITE FLAKE. bars 26c JAP ROSE TOILET SOAP, 3 bars 5C CLIVILO TOILET SOAP, 3 bars U. S. MAIL SOAP, 10 bars ARMOUR'S LIGHTHOUSE 54c LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 bars T. KEEN KLEENER, C 3 cans INDEPENDENT KLEENER, 10 2d 4 cans -t " A V ALL SOAPS WILL ADVANCE IN PRICE EACH WEEK. BUY YOUR SOAPS THIS WEEK. TOBACCO FATIMA CIGARETTES, 2 pkgs CAMEL CIGARETTES, 255 2 Pk8S 255 PHONE 738. :&asi1rs?asttife 1 J