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THE nURLTNGTON ffllF.E PPIS W TJMV TMt-T'I) Y. vimm., lf)H
UTILITY AND FANCY QUALITIES CAa
BE PROFITABLY COMBINED IN POULTRY ii
Beginners Apt to Be
lieve Only One Can Be
Remarkable Tests at
Station Proved Possi
bilities of Combining
Utility With Fancy.
HY J.MES P. HOPKINS,
Poultry Judge, Lecturer and Author.
It Is now un exploded theory that the
gg-laylng typo, If theru bo suoh a thins,
oust not posses shapeliness or beauty of
dumage. Eiporienco has taught that a
dumnge and egg production. Is the most
"'"in: "l l.?. ,-nj llllj
apt to result In Inferior other qualities.
regressive breeders to-day aro produe-
K inn fieHL-iuiiKinir nnn nruiT iiivttii. tvtM...
- " j m .j in
t the same time.
The Missouri Experiment Station had
It will pay experienced or non-experi-need
breeders to study carefully the fol-
iwinfj urucie ny an expert.
For the past few years, and especially
mien in uio poultry pr-s on tho stib-
v. v. uutuj vn. cu.lly ruwi. l-ie;,!!!-
riiiQ nun ui nrin.i i..i ..at...... i,.... . ......
...... iin u.-inti .nisi-
A few years ago the writer Jumped at
.i uuuuiuBiunn ami aiivocaxcei a raying
pi, tne mng-noureu, neep-KeeleU lowl
st and a deeper knowledge of poultry
m ureecunc? nrovea mat so iar mere was
egg type, at least not on the order at
pe, but so far those who havo found
have had their theory exploded by cx
rt breeders of poultry who have used
ip nests ror a mnmier of years ami
VP fnllTirl Mint wtn nil.-i ril Tn-url fnu'ln Mhnl
fowls free from dls'iualillrations of
-rs as tht so-called egg type. That tlu
n.n ,.,ui ..I:, iuui rA'.f.-j'uuiis;, nan 111-
to do with egg production Is not now
1 deny. Hut that does not bear out
claim that poor feather marking and
ny times worse shape, or a long deep-
led fowl, Is the laying type
EGG RECORDS A GOOD GUIDE.
Is true, however, that the poultry
per can retain morn of the fowls raised
future reproduction from those that
e made good egg records, if one pays
attention to either shape or plumage,
In this case, as is so 'often seen, the
k Is not uniform, either In shapo or
mage, nnd does not Improve as the
rs go by except In the one thing. 1. c.,
le progressive breeder, sometimes call
the fancier, breeds his fowls to com-
the two qualities, utility and fancy:
t Is, only fowls with good egg records
retained as breeders, and those which
lot come up to the standard require
ts In feather and shape are rejected,
sequently there Is no question that
i a breeder has more utility value In
iuun wiun wii- so-'-aiiefi utility oreeoer,
has worked for but one thing, egg
netfnn. T'nr nytimnln nrtnn n..e
lock of Wynndnttes, full-breasted,
np, up or near standard weight and
egg producers, but more often flocks
sted, narrow and below standard
e-quartor pounds, and yet aro gcod
ucerB of "hen fruit." Yet the flnei
Is by far the best utility (lock be-
e of the higher aim In breeding. The
ck alwaj'B better from a meat stand-
t and u poi'il. to a nouiiil anil three-
ters in eacn iuui mattes a nig cin
icp when sold In the open market,
owner of the more uniform flock has
ame nign egg production or tne poor
nped and lighter flock of the second
TILITV IS UP TO imKEDEn.
far as utility goes, It Is wholly up
io breeder. He alone can make or
the earnings of his flock. It lies
n titu nnivi.i. liv unlitllnn nil, I hreeil.
long safe and sane lines, to combine
y with fancv Not evfiy one can
ila . In fact, the majority prefer the
road and stilve to breed in their
One Pllll ln f-1 Ariel In ntnnn n.v.nl.. Airi,
ictlon. There nre others who have an
or tno neautitui, that combine the
which Is indlsputnbly the hardest
he most profitable. So the beginner
hooso the lines he wishes to follow,
hould not condemn the average fnn
who In many car-es Is the high-
breeder and ha? to offer stock of a
higher grade for productiveness
many of tho so-called utility hreed-
t thore are breeders of fancy fowls
have neglected the utility side n
mad rush for poultry show honors
Gu-iwiuivii 1111-1. miuiti ui I'l'u i ill? irnm
uwi, ri-Kuruicss ni eirir nrniiiictinn.
lull ailHiju uiiu i fill nei
this class of breeders Is becoming
'aoh year, duo to the popular do.
for fowls that will produrn a good-
cd ut ty breeders whoso fowls nrn
zard bred and aro not much more
scrubs, with not even feathers or
to recommend them, and, In some
not of high egg-producing power.
id utility fowl Is worth nearlv un
as a fancy fowl, and If both aro
ncu tne rnwi is woith eons derail
They cannot bo purchased for 75
orti.'iu or at rnarKot uuotat ons. an.l
nspcctlve purchaser can look with
Ion on any stock offered nt a price
ttle above the market quotations,
es extra cure to produrn and keeii
dltlon bill (i fowls, and tho values of
s rated by their records In produc
" " ' .
nr fn' I rod ,n is derived fiom foods
h In nltiot'cii; for example, sueh plants
clover, pens, alfalfa and vetch are
known ns nitrogenous plants. The gluten
heat m a vegetable protein, In fact,
most seeds contain consldeiuble protein.
Crude llbre Incliidi'S the framework of
the plant, and while digested to a consid
erable extent liv cows, Is the least valu
able of the imtr't'i 1 1 h enul tl-ied In foods.
Nltrogen-frre exlrnet matter Includes n
gioiip of cnmpounrls containing n number
Cookinrr and Servin?;, Conrhictotl ol
by Lillian IMiuson
of aubslnne such n starch, gums nr- Coined Ueof Hash
panic acliK ele. All of which are dl.
Mnlveil and "Xtiaeted bv the use uf weak
rolvents. thus the nnme "extract": the
Word nitrogen. free indicates the com
pounds In this contn'nlni' no nitrogen. As
dlgeatlhle crude "Iii-ph -erve the snme nur
noci In nnlmal substunce as nltrogen
freo pxtrtiet iiubtnnces they are com-
blued under the nnme of embolivdrntei i!ltni, chops
tiM, iii.iivfir iiiun in ippiiih" Tames. NOV.
lug found I hot nlnnt contain the elements
.neceMnfv to th" henMh of the cow, we'
jinnv 'nnl Inlii the duties of these uutrl-,
;ont. It fill be well to nnte In nnoslng.
tlilit while fund must pttprdv nil the re-!
inulremetits of the boilv. and usnnllv con- I
' tains n" the vnrletle of nutrient or 1
' nourishing elements, each nutrient has
iceTtiln distinct function in nerfnrm. 1
' t'Cnlplfl na. Ollli.lrtttp.l I- n ...... e..A M
IHlllo to COIliH
fetish of ClllltOUl ...
thnt hind of (food ii
Pundny Is if v m i,
Pluklts the meat can 'e .,
and the veotii
" iU h- i I,. , i i
Ml' i .' i
. i i -il
Ii .,: ,i
''I'll f, HI,
Mashed Potato rnl'; of
Ornngn Krl't rs ,10t Hqimr In Whli
for llesh-fnrmlng and repairing the wear
nnd tear, nnd while It mnv hi iinni ns p
fuel to ken up the temneratllre of the
bodv. Kueh iiRP expensive and- Im
pnmof. pxcppt m vpry im'.'suil clrcum-tnnce.
2 cups flour,
2 level tenspoons baking powdr
14 teaapoon salt,
1 tablespoon butter,
2 cups milk
Add the butter to tl e flour, which has .. ..,,' '
been sifted twice with tho baking now-' 3 s"Pratelj
der and salt. Separata the eggs; bent tho
yolks and add tho milk. Turn thl upon
the flour, whip lightly and qulcklv Mr
one minute, add the stiffened wl.'tns and
tan" Insist that -a:-
hOlleil In fat hot Hq-ll, ,,
bpof nr snlt pork shoulder ,
method will avow that, ob.l.,
If you object to the mnit -to
hinder putting It nt- . st.e
Hon on top of the kettle whip. vn:.
vegetables. There Is little ,;,-
stcnnilnB' t"p much If you (J..ii... i
tne onbhag.- In an open ketii.
r rKeb,,lr,'es an-1 fat are h proper . m.nfi,d ,vaff,e ron
and epon-unlent fne' i inalntnlnlnir en
r?v. T'nt I mr-t nvai'"h!n for thl pur
pose ri't' iiswrfc-es ; "Ti tlmrs the nluo
of r'-. I'm! rotes for beat prodiufli.n and
Two pobit nf tfrcnt Itrpnittncp In fefd
Itig enws nre fr. dfitlhi1ltf and llk"
.'llitllt t of tm 'nnd t'rr lnlrnce, grn'"
eut wlinn t'O rtnn Is not ns 'k-et)ble nt
r'i cut In q .r'rnn. nnd a cow r!,'en
n ration b.. do. .-n't like wM' not dlfeei-t
PIA IN GIN-OEPIIUEAD.
2 level teaspoons sodn,
1 cup of molasses,
1-3 .cup drippings,
1 cup of boiling wator,
1 tuHHspoon glnir, .
1 level tabUsponn cinnamon,
3 cups flour.
Dissolve the scda and ctlf Into tho PounMylvu. ,n ;i;h
ax oi.n DUTi-ji nrrsH oy i. - .
fy Emma Paddock Ti fard
r"r ono hsai! cabbage cut n , .,,H
allow one !an;, sp(.jnfu .jf rl( lap
pings, ono cupful rich MVeot eream. o.n -nnlr
iiiip vltiutrir, a .noatit tLCT-oorf .1 ..t
sugar and snlt eni pcpf.r tn h. . , ,
Hie poil: drlppln.ru Into a rou.el .f !
Ir.'n put. and whon hit mh f... .r-n-i.
Vhon h.illlijg b-!i In slnwh- the .) -
.h'. ,uld tl.n ij.l,bgo ;Au salt p... .r
and nuga- a-r,k nbou' 21) minut. n, ,i.
not until tho cabbage turno red If h
is.fioa(fo utles out before It j?
a llt'.l " more milk or water. '! :.); ,
CorntsTi l'nwis, wnlle very game-like
In build and character, are clased m
EnglKh fowls, because they v.oie actuall
originated In Cornwall, Wales, about '0
years ago. The original Cornish wan pro
duced by crossing Aseel (Imported fioii
India with Derby iJlnck lied Oamo to
England and a later addition of Malay
blood. This produced a large, heavy full
I l "listed chicken with heavy thighs, yel
low lees and skin, and which wns esteem
ed for its table qualities both In th
country of Its origin nnd later successive
ly In other parts of Grent itrltoln and In
America. Its originators gave It the name
of Indian On me, others called It Cornish
Indian Game, nnd within a few years 't
Red Laced Cornisli
II l.ouK I 'ii ii I lirnlinm.
has become known as Cornish, i
i 'ink, White or Hed l.aced.
The whlto nie tports from the iN
variety ciossed with the white A-ei
the lnat, Ited Laced, are of YanUee or;;, i
using both the Dark and White ini-h-tii
with some Infusion of White tieor.
In color they are a rich red. each
feather edged with white. The main tall
fiathets Hi both sexes and tlir. sickles In
the male should be solid white. Leg.
skin and beak are deep yellow ami th
fowN when dressed are most Inviting t .
the American housewife.
t ns !boiv...ehi, . f ,,. ,ver ,,,;,ln(, ,noUl s-s n,1' th Ingredients and
The Heil l.aced Corriihli nre a hardy
I'lety, stinng nnd vigorous as foragern
1 moderntely good layers-enslly Hi
t of nil Cornish In this respect The
Males lay tinted egg?.
i ne inn crni riugil'igp nnfi (nncen
trnte ate vnntnnf!v used. The forme"
tp-tv in-'ludep the rrarw and bulkv food
stuffs, such n hnv stmw sllatre. mi,
nnd srrceii forMers. while the latter In
b.-ut hard. Dnko In a well-grea.io.1 pan wiilj.v lil.u st'.W roll if ' t t P-thic-i,unrters
of un hour in a aiov;
, (From the Xew S'ork Tnu .n. j
ORANGE ERITTERri j History leads a precarious existent
eel peedless oranges nnd slice thin. I14"1''1 t,le mi"dfold Interests ins husl-
CludCs fondst-ff. which i.lili,.iii, .,nti H'P Into a hatter made of one egg. one I . an lotv.nH. rn." tango r.f imtf wek
In hulk fnrnlli n,. r i henplng tablespoon smrar. a enn nf milk. , ""jm "P far larger than the Mnn
ents. such ,ts I'l-nlns. cornmeal, pen-meal,
eoftnridppil menl. etc.
ii cup of flour,
a pinch of salt nnd a . ' ''t o i
nuum; in emenrat". If strlKeu 11- ! 'Id
W'th thesp principles and terms firmly ter nr swo,,t U""'1 whlrh "hould he very1,'', , ' . 7' ? a " """3" 1 !r
Thpy become 1 fixed ', the mind, an nrtlcle next week "ol as th" orange fritters nre not good nml 'L , . ,,,.. ..." . '."rH
roody, sit nnd nre Indifferent mothers on "Making Un Patlnns for Cattle" will llnlf,ES c00'""1 nulckly. Re careful also wc.k of pnmm, I . il
l,p Plllptfo ,...l ,..,.1 1 1 .1 V,. 1 1 . . . Tint tn Tlllt Inn mn.. Mil I . ' !! 1 1 IIC lllilrlll I Oil HOW n'OllI U'
,, , H .,, ..... uiese prineiiues nre ap- . " ' .;; " " I Tt was as a snot for bnvlni?
teaspoon of baking powder. Fry In hnt-
wlng rapidly nnd to the best ndvnntnge tilk-rj
'en given free range. This variety I-. I
Hllleult to rear In dose confinement audi
herefore does not thrive in a bnekvnrd.
When full grown, f. males run from 111 B've n Bd denl to tread over again Ft'ET PUDDING WITH FOAMY SAUCE 'thrift ii,,.,.h ,.ifi. .i;i..
ri iivn Riiiin Di:.i,.
not to put too manv frlttr.ia I n nt nnnn i
a t Will cnnl tlln Innl Inn ,.i. I. .. ' jiiih
.... , , . "ig that the rolling hummocks id V
When nice and brown put In a dish ami hattan Island were ll.st oecunled ., m.
men. In Mil. If any covenant wm , sn
ip the cabin on the way over It -,.i
spi inkle with powdered sugar.
to eight pounds. vhll mules often ex- 1 T,le 'nil -s that nre streteh'ng behind,
id 11 pounds In weight They enrry
themselves upright hold nnd command
ing, and nre powerfully built fowls, with
short nurd plumace held very cln.so to
Ing eggs or In the showroom, or, very
COMBINATION MAKES VALUAHI-E
When any breeder hns combined the
two, utility and fancy, he has a valuable
flock and the prlcu of such stock, eggs
or day-old chicks, will bo higher than
from the utility breeder who has not
combined the two, but who has a good
producing flock. It Is it to be inferred
that all who raise poultry nre to become
fanciers, or will combine the two In tho
highest order It Is. however, true that
the cry against tho so-called fancv hns no "unPr 'sewherp than on the premises these littV houses where the Inmates
solid foundation and thnt there is as much on vv,,k'h suo" dogs are regularly kept, are permanent resident, although the
merit In a standard bred bird with good A"5 Person violating this act shall be mercury freqtientlv runs down to i;
palgn, compelled the Legislature to pass ' comes with a large piazza covering on
a new dog law, which for the Interest the -oath s'de, the lm us- Is provided
of sheep raisers In other States Is given with ncreen doors and plenty of win
here In full: I dows. Not a bad Idea for next siim
NO GETTING AROUND THIS LAW. j mur's fishing or autumn hunting trip,
"He It enacted that It shall be tho 1h 1,1 rai'L 11110 could live all tho
duty of every person owning or having 5'uar found In some of tlu-se portablo
In charge any dog or dogs, to at all 1'ol'sus and be exceedingly comfort
tfmes confine such dogs to the limits able. In such ease the walls may be
of his own premises, up which sueh covored with plaster board, tinted, or
dogs an- legulnrly kept: Provided, that other of the vailous composition
nothing In this net shall be construed coverings, and the house banked with
to prevent the owner of nny dogs from 'caves to keep the floors warm. In
allowing such dogs to accompany hiicIi the Adlrondael.s there ale manv of
T1.U -ll, .....1.1: ..l . . . I Kn 1 .
ip i. ., ,. . . 1 "in in ii iiuuiiiiin sniiiua oe served U ' T-iiiiii-u ill ine expens-' .
lo know all the smiles of , he g,,nd folks Cold weather. Take one cup each of thilfty Indians. Yet the edv-
n 1 oeil. i,. 1 . . . . .,i.iini,i ti . ....
i.-ihiiim-ii .iiii-i, raisins, molasses and sour i'"''iiiiik h uh-hhk iuii e,"Hi
And the speech that wns never un
bind. To dn-im ,-t'l th" dreams and to sehe.ne
all the schemes
That the head of a small boy can do.
To start splendid ships upon wonderful
And patiently wait for them, ton.
milk, one-half cup of currants, two and ""vwhero Is siai-c-dy t.
one-half cups of flour, one level teaspoon 1K P'l'nnriiy engat!
each of sodn, salt and nutmeg. 2 level 501,1 'Io nnl Wiid.
teaspoons nf cinnamon and rnie-hnif invr.i la'tery may not i
teaspoon each of clove and allspice. MK
well together, adding the soda last, after
having dissolved it in a tablespoon of cold
water. Turn Into a two-quart mold nnd
steam three houis. Serve with a foamy
shape and feathers and backed bv
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and and 2'i below zero.
n il lint.
;! i lie IIciim Prt-ntj tti !i
U. . .IKIIiTO.N.
Mos of u have ample opportunities fin
selling eggH In winter. If we wnuhl onlv
adopt a lew systi matle methods as t-i
'.id i-iii tun lii rn- if wear- In.ikm -
production as In tho ao-calk-d utllltv blr.l. "ha" llp n,lfMl 'es! than two or nvire
backed by egg production and with any thlin n'ly 'lr,l'!"'s. one-h.ilf of such lino WHEN Rrif'.C; '.Iff,'' vn
rnln- nlnni.. -i i.i..j tfi Ik, nni-nl.ln in II. . ,.rn.,.. .... 11 "''' ' 'J'
,.i,,.,,iK. nun Hnv mini 111 saapo. ' -" - un- .-..,v.i-i in i.mr-i ,ei-
When the beginner learns the fact that !on furnishing the evidence upon whli h
the eggs laid by a Leghorn are not con- kueh owner- having such dogs in bis
trolled by the canlage of Its tall or the barge Is convicted nf such violation,
color of Its plumage, but by safe and sane T,lls n01 "huM not apply to the running
breeding, the feeling that now exists flt 'nrge of any dog within the corporate
against the standard bred bird will soon limits of nny cltv or town In this State
be relegated to the past. that rcqtilru a license tag to be kept mi
PROVEN IN LAYING CONTEST. dogs. Tint this net .shiil1 not apolv In , nv
Tho T-,,,,,,... f ' ! ' . , county In tills State until tin- s un - bin
t iiiun me uireiuor oi ine
State Poultry Experiment Station, which
is holding a great laying contest In Mis
souri, and who Is an expert poultry man
nf years experience, states they have
doubled the egg yield by careful selection
In three years' time. Another thing, it
does not mean that you must entirely
disregard shape and color to breed a good
laying strain of nny variety. ,
One of the contestants In the Ruff Leg-
horn class from Michigan entered his
birds In a good poultry show two weeks
before the contest began last year. It
was found that some of his highest scor
ing pullets and some of those which won
the highest honors In the showroom were
also those which huve made the highest
records In the contest by Inylng the great
st number of eggs. Ills pen wns line In
color and shape, as well as leading when
It came to the egg basket.
Of course, It Is well known that after
I'd give a good , deal could I only go
Tn Mi.- hoe thnt I -ni over there,
When life tretched ahead In a wonder
And I knew not the station of Care.
When I knew not the had and the sordid nn'' !l c'"1 nf Powdered sugar to-t!..
'd ad adding the yolk of one etrg while ' -nt,-i
When vice hadn't entered the scene. llt'"t l,,nit a"d r'r'r' n add s' n ' ,
And life was a Joy to a barefooted hnv, tablespoons of '1t!na (,;. m.i , r
And never a thought was unclean 11 iF ol! smooth .1 1-1 .1 t-a -"1011 of ,iu
la Rent the whit.- r', one eg-: tr. a
I'd give n good deal could I only return froth and stir In llirhtly Kerr- at or
To the marvelous things tt-at I n'anneit tuT thls -""uco d riot Improve b 1
And vearn as a small boy of old tiwd to lnt?-
yearn j - -- -The
plaudits of all to command. MOLASSES PUDDING SAVE
To sfetch nut and gaze with wld" eyes MliS. WlUTAKf!
at the blaxe cnak togctht-r one cup of molasses .
Of the wood on the hearth and to seo half tup water, one roundmg u .1
My plume shining bright In the thick of butter, a pinch of salt and tht..
th. fifj-fit speions of vinegar for 20 minut-
I hat some day was going to be.
vor ns Plymouth
from being a tr
ust?. !?iv'ti-hcy -n
w w. r 1 to
:oi.. In tl
il.n,,- if :
A. E. WHITAKER.
Hub a rounding tab), spoon of butt-r
at t-,:-,- 1
11 (,o )
of such county
The Indirect effect of this law is to al
low nny farmer- to shunt a lone dog on
his property The owner of the dog, be
fore he can bring suit for damaues for
v.4 ,,.,, ,r,,, ,,.
The mllis thnt are ti-ptehlng behind.
To un hack to the wonderful country of
Whi-'e never n heart wns unkind.
TOASTED MA RSI I MA LLC 'V. .
This Is a favorite confection with
peup'e, and the pi-ncwM of brown :. ;
suit, sugary cubes nf fords a i! of
amusement at evening parties. Hi Im
paling them on long, slender tu!;f whli b
fn.- l,l,.li.,,, ii,i c .,
been ndot.ted bv the board of superVsor.s hnil . . ii i 7 7. ' ' '
... 1. ... .. " house lo sell In w riter, the ma n ,..
tial is to haveoiu pulb-ts had hed In
March and April, and to pick out the most
promising ones ns soon no nn i.
' "e " IT- 1 . 1 .... luiiH, ao.-1110-l 9IH 1, VS Jl.l
distlngulslied and begin ut once to feed To "tart ciut anew as the boy that I an. pointed at one end, and holding tin-
the killing of his dog, must of neces-' , , . ,, 'iuic layers 1 ney 1 D. roro tile open wood fire In the
sltvprove .be dog wh : his and tin's ,v , ' lf .J"'""- 1'ave ample ,jr 'UU bis visions of splendor still bright. of t!ll! Blowln-B coal ln ,ho
hlnibelf open to a flue of fifty dollnrs.
rae (i - up i-i
1 -.M 1
' ".' I f 'CO
. nor tl.
' '! -U
before the open wood fire in the chimney of 1 '
grate, they of goilm-
, ....... 1, n. r. t, v.tu t.1,11;, llll-J 'l SilLINI
,mi'.Tir " "'" r1 "" 1 i.nZlT" ",nam", "n" M" tah,. or, a delicate brown, and the heat taslos of th.
Tlicy ('uiiu- In All Mjcn nml Shapes.
To the suburban dweller, nr town man
with a large lot, the portable houso Is
a boon, especially when of the garugo
sprouted oits, lawn clippings, vegetable
, lop.s, or some foi rn of green f,iii ,,i,.nt'.
runy provided, am the cockerels, when
left to run with the pulh u, , ply annoy
them and rutin il their giowth. they should
be separated fmm tj,,.,,, ns BOn as ,,lry
can b" distinguished.
WHAT TO FEED
ti,,. n....n.... 1. ,
.in i-.-i-iiii notion N110111 1 a'so ip pi-Ti-
And the illume op his helmet still white.
-(Edgar A. finest, In Detroit Free Press.)
WAIl NEWS FROM MERLIN.
or poultry houso typo. The former crl' attended to and put In order by whlto
come In sizes to fit any car from the
cycle to a truck, and the prices rango
accordingly, while tho latter offer
pullet or hem has laid a large number lIe!llf h'1"11 for tlu' "0,I"K '
TAItr fnmla 'Clilc. -in. ill... 1. ....... .........1..
Vwii etv eieriiiini WeiiiiiiiiM, lie llon
lt.er and lllrlr;lli.- FtmKliii Jllni-.
livil vri nor S nev- DCen l-.-rreeteil liv r. 1 o .in,i1n A
asning (using a little rod. ar holl, n tin. lc...ariH that are mp?ct..-d to bu answrs for a hr.hler. and b
the whitewash), ard ruttliiv rn-.h n,i,l d..eiiv.. m.-m,.. 1., ,i.,i ii.. . ... , ,, .
... .w 1.1 jitn llir ll.ll. loriiil' ll-l.
partly caramelizes tho sugary outsldi. ICverv ceiltimTi a - ,,
and softens the gummy Inside to a boars orcamct tntlon
creamy consistency. It is marveious tho croto.S(jU(, hfif.fc.
number of pounds that can disappear In th,. rnhc. i.v'
a short time. Where open fires and gas ,!"rcheS; h vn,c
,,..,, 'n.iiiiii naraiy an t
benrs somo riccorfttlcit:
ol- -rvel on the floor eoverin 1
ings are not avauaoie tney arc- kouio-
tlire-4 toasted ever or near a g.iu jet nr
11 kerosene lamp. The la':er ."etlnid 'j
quite ct'uctual and leaves no fl.nm' of
mail 1 1 r s' i r
1 f - A I. .' i
til- 1 . , ,1
Airtii,!y i50,.f c
' ' h.l.- 'njeri 'j -. (
-'W't-rur s t
'I. ".v.'c-l !t, rjjl,
11 . 0 ' i'a r : 9
i- r-:' r i-.,i ,
foot of clean straw. As in .h f.,.i -. r .. ... '. 77 7 ' , ' " ' " " " u:m ' . V "i d..-v
... v. . 1. ii wilt' 1 ti iL nit nil w 1 r .hi . 1 ri' ft mi in iiii .1 !.' r ( ti i - iim ..,1 . . .. 1 1 . ' . , 4
of eggs, It tells on it.s appearance, for tin. '""' 7s; U his poultry houso appeals V; J " , ' " t 1" C " '"' " " n,nee of n,""'s' lel"g Uc superior lire or under the .lame In a gas range pivvo-u 'he .. " 7
time being at least, hut that does not P'tlcularly to tho renter of property. 1 "KkT I.. " 'nf 10 ,h" UI1 t"" PerJmps the most eAPr,lto,is m thod htjJJ.Hnss wh .r m -tl?
mean tha, these birds w never be In '''cause he can take It with h m in case ' coofc. d to a boiling neut in natl01IK The other Is a -.rriglb-e floating wh, rn a quanta,- of the toasted rtWJ u.,-a 0 S UA ,
show condition again or that their prog. f removal and can also put It up with " ' " "'"" of boiling .vimr ,nlle ,vl(1,(.. 1T,nvcnK.ti M mlu,. , , desire 1 but much tho fun Is ,t " a ' 1 m""
eny will not be birds good enough to go , b1ut mtl ""P- " from f'''' j l." ' yn"'7,"r' "i,'-:1 r l'" '"-''' "v .wtrlclty. where n.lvldunl -forts are ro "l'.-tt , , """"z to ,
Into the Khowrnnm f fteen to twnntv birds nn Kxlf) foot "lirl-etfiil; n teaspoonful of Sh.-rl- , . ' " - -non (111,11 ri rot r.1.1 .. ji ttl 5i.(l0,
"We havo been Impressed," the report I sl'd-roof type house, with the door H condition pnivders two davs: then
says, "with the show qualities and beautl-I fln'1 window in front, will be found ',lv'11"" "l"' day, condition powder two
ful shape nnd e-edor of one of the New ! T" window openings are cov llllVK' uml P'dcrcil charenal one; Into
Zealnnd pens nf White Leghorns. kl with wire screening and havo a tMs K,ln"11 1,0 stirred mixed mmtl. until
This pen comes from a breeder that hnn ' cloth-covered frame, which is lilnire.l '"ls" f'"" " sirong arm r.ip
won In the contests of that country and Is . " tho window frame and can bo hook- 1 "mUe " Tne niivp, ,11,M" '""tislats of ono
ii'si, making a gemd record here. We ari ctl 'mck up to the celling when not
quite certain of one thing, 1. 0., It Is not : needed. Such a house, painted nnd pro-
necessary to breed a flock of mdngrels for
them to be satisfactory layers."
In the above nfllcial records from a
State experiment laying contest, not n
private one, where records and data nre
above reproach, one can seo that utility
and fancy can bo combined In tho hanio
bird by safe and sano breeding and thu
cry agulnst the fancy Is utterly without
AN EFFECTIVE DOG LAW.
vlded with a roosting platform and a
floor, costs about $L'0,
A TWO-STORIED APAUTMENT
There Is also the houso which can bo
added to In sections ns tho flock In
creases. Somo of tho houses have
part each of corn menl. middling), bran
ground oats, and ine-nt scraps (alfalfi
meal may bo substituted for cut Hover).
When It comes to grain, the automatic
fteder, with Its bait bar and ball-bearing,
furnishes exercise anil gruln throughout
the day, while nn added feed at night, fe 1
In a long trough or on the grnvel in 'runt
of the houso (just enough to send tho
birds to roost sntlsfledb completes tills ex-
gable roofs; others aro of unequal cellent bill of fare. Whole wheat, oats
span, or of the semi-monitor typo; then barley, cineked corn, and buckwheat sup.
there Is tho srniill, inexpensive) A-slmped ply this grain mixture, nnd mnv be fid
house, qulto suitable for a breeding pen I In the proportion of wheat, W pounds;;
of olght or ten birds, Perhnps tho cracked corn, CO pounds: oats, no pounds;
one which offois as runny advantages ' barley, L'O pounds, and bitckwlient, 10
ns any, combined In a small spnee, is pounds. This mixture lias been found
a two-storied houre nbout -IxS feet 'very .successful nnd lias helpeil to turn out
floor space and 0 feet to tho eaves. The birds which havo a record as layers and
Every Stnle .Should Ilnv One.
Sheep raisers In the Northurn, South-
ei 11. lliwl !-'ti nturti nnrllnno r.f lli,. IT. .Il.l
States whoso flocks havo suffered for lowor Ht"7 UKei1 n " c"11'" ",''vc".n ,t'l'0,1't ? t'"'lr TnT
years through the ravages of dogs will
be Inti r ested and icllovcd to know that
at last one State Virginia has auc-ce-edi-il
in pusslrig a very effective dog
law. Tho law makes it a misdemeanor
punishable by a fine up to p) for any
owner of flogs to allow them to run
ut large ln tho country.
room, while tho upper floor combines 1 ho renl up-to-date poultry funcler, who
tho laying and roosting eiuarters, with '"IH "s'ng these methods i,nH i,n
windows on all sides of the building, '"iking good money for many years. Ho
The care of this housu is greatly in- ondi rstands his business, however, and
j baa leaini'd long ugo to leave nothing o
cllllated by tho upper half being on
rollers, so that It can bn pushed along
tho eight-foot way of the building,
thus enabllriK one to get ut every bit
Dog-llcenso laws aro ustiallv nvailed In lf '"W""' l"irt. At ono end aro tho
tho country, and little effort la made to loora "P"1K 1"'" each coiupurtineiit,
collect tho fee. In general, theso luws uml " "l,lu ,,f tl10 ,'"of nlHO raises,
permit a sheep owner whoso flock had T,lls (""'"Plcto llttlo structure costs
been ravaged to sue thu owner of tho -lj0,1t nnd comes already painted,
log. but la generally it case of "sue a ''"Ullry heiuses nnd garages are only
beggar and catch a louse." The pornl- n f,'w "f t'1" varieties of portable
clous feuturo of most of theso old laws nouses em the market. At one of the passing over ash and water as being
Is that they allow the owner of the rvcvitl sportsmen 11 shows in Now York present In sulflclent quantities In nil
trespassing dog to sue tho sheep owner a four-room houso with a line piazza well-balanced rations, we And thnt : fat,
eur immugeH ir no shoots his deg. Tho coiiipieio uiriiisiungs, neun, rugs, commonly spoken of as "crude fat," In-
THE PRINCIPLES GOVERN
ING CATTLE-FEE DING II.
Why the lllft'crenl l-'onil Elements Are
Il, K. I'AItKIN'sO.V.
raking up the question of foods, and
Secret of these bus beou close'y guard- 1 1 ar-il reaults 'or.ipared
si, and tire fn-:t that It has become j
1'iiown indicates that both 'are b.lng
used or will be used Immediately.
Hlx Whut do you tnlnk of the fel
low who knows t lot ami doesn't try
to do uoinethlngT
DU Not linlf ns bad b tho fellow
who knows nothing and trios to do a
lllchaid Whltllg. head of National Hunk
o Oermany and a leading Clermun llnnn.
lor. says In New York Sun: "It Is a light
Creamed SnP. Fish Muffins.
Sweet nnd Whlto Potatoes 1
Lemon Jolly Lady Fingers
Orange and Walnut Salad
MOXDAY .HEX II.
Ilrown Uread Toast
Co'ld Sliced Cornod Heef
Haked Sweet and Whlto Potatoes
A BOILED DINNEH,
A real boiled dinner Is primarily
Virginia farmers urew tired f ,v... lamps, kitchen utennlls. etc.. w,i , eludes 1, li t, ease ntber ,,, , . l" """ KH " """"'. '"'1'"'" n'"-
Ibell- liioioitnlM 1,.. ' nvlill.llloi, ,1 eoiild ! l..... . . , . I 1 ' 11 "" " JllUI'tOf
'nil", on lull! liei-illtne - - -,i i nil nrn 11,1 lir-
tweeii England and (lermany to hitter 'tended to supply economy, ease of prep-
i ml to last (leimaii If need bo. It .s (1 arutlon nnd bulky nutrition. Any attempt
war of annihilation between theso two lo Impart superfluous style, needless work
or nonsensical rvlliieiueiit will Injure and
- inin. i-ie ii nn itii. in n iiniT 1 f....... i....,i.....l ..i. I ..i .,
clog.owners blocked their clforts to oh- I.:00. For the Hummer camper an tin gic. u coloriiig inaltc-r 01 pleiits; mcr-l I shull never 11 d; England f, r riieicy wc
tain Justice, and uniting In a irreat cam- cxcellont Uirae-room canvas houso feodlns stuffs contain only a small quan-j shall extend no mercy to her
make It less attractive, for the real,
natural, human auinial who eats
Some use c-cdind beef only, hoi in? pre- th,. h
fur a corned khouhUir ' rii a beef I where.
SHOWCD OEISIPf-D QUAU. .
' Youno (Van ObtaltBd '.'.e Position
flecausj He Was Mor-j Pet sia'.?.ni
Than Twanrj Othr.
It Is t- tlttio tMnfca tb.t iwitju
the? bov, o- tho nmu. arrl !t la 'hoso
fplfiiRire ,'itt'p things ("o.- rhlih Uio
orapioycr m cotajisntly or. tho r.iort
Thero wrj once un ntplorr 4er
tlulnn .u.- u bright j-oiph; ano. Santo
l wenty tncjii respor.di'o and wisw-tr-? I
Ills piTfiinntory iinostlob at, tn thotr
t:iperli)iioo nnd Ideas of work.
In turn he tr.ok their addresses, but
without coti.lng to any choloo 'ITio
young man nest !n line nncworoi' Ms
questlontc no tlliTurently from tbr. n.h
oru, frnve his nddiesa and. bad. r, -he.'
the door wliou he paufoj, unci ojU-kI;'
"I want this Job, If It htws't N?in
flllPd yot," ho Bald. cftrnHsCly.
"I hnve twenty other i.tuaj $-"
roplltd tho employer.
"That uiny b true, but I -ant you
to give mo first clinuce."
"Ilecfuiso I hnre made up my i. !tjd
to go Into this liuslnufls, nnd I ki.ow
I enn suir:oed in it."
"Very won, it Is yours on trial."
In this cine, of tho youn man who
got his Job, It was simply his murli
to be closirod quality of por tlsteneo
thnt won him Instant favor wiJi th
Having t'llngp "at the real,
"save time." s the ,