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The Breeds of Chickens
Which Is the Best Kind Is Dependent On Intended Use My If. I.. hriitrr. Pmfl C ol Pn'iltry 1 1 . I I r v PhIUs,! l Agrteskult, U ol Mo No luch th:r, constipation There It no best breed of chickens, PerM.'iiui likes and dislikes wualljf de termine ili'1 breed wbtob is kept. The nee to wbicb ili' breed is iu be put und iu adaptability, ere also Impor taut laotors, To nil tain ibo beat re huIis sue in"'".! is the most advantage oim. Continual changing front one breed to another results in no k' nii proitrchi; 1 In ureal thine, is In it led a type of breed and then keep Im proving ii. By all means we pure bredi They always secure better at tention, hence better reettlts Te will brood truei in type, and tin- eggs ran be told lor breeding purpoeos Croiaea an- claimed to produce better reaulti so far an vigor is concerned, bin in general a port breed will i""- dttce us v.-II anil ari- ol One (o the owner as breeders, Bgg production is on of the chief factors in hi considered in the to leo l!''ii in a brei 'I If this Is tin- solo purpose, n breed eapeeially adapted to egg production is the moBi suitable Where combination of meal ami rctts is preferred, one of tin- general purpose in - ils should be used The producing breeds an- tin- Leg horns, Mlnnrcaa and Anconas. Qeneral purpose breeds am them- such as the Wyandottes, Ho-ks. Rhode laland Red and Orpingtons, I the OrpiiiKtnn possesses tin- deslrabU cbaracteri sties of tin- Kooki ami Um Wyandottes Breeders also maki great elalmi rotative t" their egg pro ductlon' t'ommlaaion men do mu fa RHODK) ML VND RRIl vnr them as much ar they do the yal low skin varieties. The greatest ol ji t inn to the breed is the preferenci , if the American consumer for ytiiow skinned poultry, The Leghorns ere unquestionably tht egg tnachinee. More Leghorni are found upon commercial egg tamo than any other brand, They are ox tremely vigorous, Rood rustlers, eaay to batch and raise, and they matun ' very quickly. Because of tins Um cockerels win be disposed of as broil its Their active disposition also per mits r.f less skillful feeding without as ar at danger of their becoming over fat. They are oho becomim; popuiai as s farm fowl, ami possesi a great range of adaptability Ponltry prod ties dealers dislike them aftet thej pass ih" broiler Ktnce, because (heir car cass is Inferior in quality and there In greater expense per pound in proper Ins them for tin- market As u meal The linrks are a popular breed f poultry ni which 'Inn- ai" several rarietles, with very little difference In their utility characteristics. Tin p.,; lata weight 6 pounds, in ns t1... cock--rein ami m- k '.('. pounds. They in- eatremel) hardy, mature quickly md ain fail us producers, Tiny have jixid long bodies, especially desirable .a a meat bird, and the brilliant yel low lags ami skin make tin at i scoed Bgly popular with tin markei poul trymen. The Wyandottes are rivals of tin docks ami have man) admirers. Wyandottes are about a pound lighter than tin- Rocks and have a compact form, making them especially desira ble as broilers, 'iin j are s.nd to be neel lent egg producers, and. having the game color of Ktn as the Roche, are us popular tor market poultry. The Rhode Island Red is an eacei d ,ngly popular breed, liny arc ap proximately the same weight as the Wyandottes, are extremely hardy and do not possess as great a tendency to lake on fat as the KockH Tin- breed l also more Vigorous anil ai live, nnd he long body in conducive tn greater egg production, The carcass is not aa Um in appearanoe, nor as oompact and deep as the two previous breeds, nor do tin y pm on Besh is eaonomk ully as some oi I In- other breeds Its extreme hardiness and desirable Ren pra! purpose characteristic! make It eapeeially adapted t- farm or town lot poultry conditions. The Orpington has approximately Hie same weight as the Rock Ho far s the shape ol the body is com orned. MISSOURI STATE CORN SHOW The plate Corn Show tn he In PI the College of Agriculture in Ootumblu, Mo., January 1347, 1913, rive:, prom ise of being by far the Pest exhibition of Its kind evr held in Mi.-, out I I...' I year WO had an excellent show, even thoui b a backward season cut Urn SBBBSBaHslkX . - - fowl the Leghorn is decidedly unpop in considering poultry from the market standpoint, yellow skin is pra I erred White, buff or n d plumage is also productive ni a better appearing 'carcass, especially when pin feathers occur Long, deep bodies, n broad. Well-fleshed breast and long keel ure desirable featurea. The finer the skin the better Bxceeaive feathering, coarse feathers, eoaiwe teatet on the . legs and birds coarse In bone are not las desirable in a dre led carcass. Markets are also discriminating agnlnat black plumage, string) meat (found in Leghorna), small bone ami poorly fleshed speclmons with shallot) breasts. Eventually greater attention vili be given these points by the bu i r and better prices fi r the aupertoi quality win prevail. Prom the stand point of economic production, the bird Will Htllclv inir out the hi we lliiv 8 I- . Sum tern Miav tJB f ,-.iwi"sv ; " Approximately 13,000 Iu cash nnd premiums win be Riven away this year The beat ten .an in the show niii win tie MOO sti.n Uoord of Agri culture trophy, w ith a premium ad ditional Tie hi .-t Slngll ear in the state win loreivi a sir, premium, Bight hundred dollars in cash and premiums will be awarded to the boys lung men of Missouri Tie League nf the .Missouri Corn Association was organised year, yet It has n inembel ir ii.BOO boys and young men, im the prises awarded bore ami I Junl ; U rower only tl ship of all irj i WjKr T r"iri mi si I VV fhgiQgrf . - -tn klkepfWOJ ILrt lM fcjH i'ii of natlbgitlogi . L i tHntllon la not ft illggm.g Knrl'Kai WP ... 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HdiirM Putatui, !.i i it Viio i iif.1 V . ti ritraiML l i Btoutl I 'i ami Int'.nii VM1 toll 7tt MnN lufMtnmltinti ny .S-LnnclKil.Ma:. 1 A J Hruladtl gtoif I'.tiTi an Jggaatlotl t" fll pt'l I" 2 -u - Mr.PlyOUN8tP.O.F.,S10T6li L)i ALB eanstake Gar at " Missouri Bute corn rop in Bonn- sections. Thin year, .sk.-n na a whole. Missouri la i r edited with an extra heavy corn i rop. mid .'-.e Missouri Corn Crowern' Assoctc li "j has provided a list of premiums j Division of the show are to be swarded permanentl) this year, if you are en I lull' d iu the contest, now is the time to selct your lorn lor the show In Jainiai v In addition to the classes for corn, we alar, have classes fot small grains with i ash prises offered. The Na tional Coi n Rxposltlotl is to be held ncaln this year, nnd the leading win tiers in tin- state show win i taken to the National Show. If nu have some Rood corn, write me today for premium list of the show, which eon- tains tin- score ctn!. ami for mil di rections Tor selection of corn for slum Plan in si-mi in a sample or cru ana better still, come yourself, and meet the corn breeders from the vailous sections of the state. Remember the date January 1317, I'JIC. For a.1 information nddreaa T R DoupiuBs, Assistant Secretary, Co 'unibla, ilo. HBgggaai r irr : BlBiBl m TKE PRICE OF BEEF IW lilt. AMI Sf m t mi rimh tn t ii LK. nf A IIm rlu 'Wr.si. tn i .tfiudi mi tt) II a ltati-bliii ottntrx.Mttiif tf th."r runrti- li tl . t n " I ii. i' . ItrLIt tM ill" emit liavn gm plai t' t tli" rumtBtiDli of lii'ttt.t'KM Latr.. t nn.l fli Hi" hBUa!" I n-gttl" inline th iiiwr-'t f a uhtu nn. Hrtiitti nn Un " tilajina. we-Rltht, hill U hftH Id efMMgj i' i " of lit" ft tt.i l. 1'hi r la Bi'lrcdld oppur.uolty K toft'tll Frqe Homestead '.f ii ft. in ,' M.d. til" of MB RCTM mi'ti' ni tn Um : ia, 1 ;mi "Ith o "lb"rrnt t. f)lBWttl ft "1 !cnt. M'tuM ia bimI CJiti r.-Mr iff tMMVf nlmt. nufkfj Dpll4t4. Ill Mltlff MulillulJU gall ut Mnran or aum-m. r"!id f.r liten'iiro. Th1 Ir.fufLUAtiiill, rmUN.iy rl a, rtv . to Q. A. COOK, !.'( W. t.S Itl .kaasa ( H,al., and f I. brveghun.ll. LA I Mggi.l blrag ., I II. ur BiMr."- StiMrliitrntl'ii( of I llllli Ifi nil In ii, Ol 1. 1 nil. lar.oda. o cure goi UvtfMtB IIm Tn(.llclni Bjtfiti b n than u pttrcttlvtj ll must Mini.-- tunic, Kcratlvt nd cathartic pruprrllri. Tuffs Pills po-raa thcar Ualllttr m . MI.1 MMdHl rrPl"f tu Ihr i tln lr MlMfBl pcrUtallK inoHon. i c5cntlgj to rcatuUiltv HAD ALL THE REQUISITES geemlngly Extraordinary Kasentlals Are Need, cl for the Pr.ittice of the Law in Florida. Will Irwin, the author, was holding forth upon the superiority of Califor nia over norlda as a winter resort "Florida," in- said, is too relaxing This Is due I" th lend an of the sa a nips. "There's a story about n young man who was being examined for admis si'in to the Horida bar The exami nation ran thus: " 'Young man an you malaria proof?' " 'Yea, air.' " 't an you ride' " 'Yes, sir 1 11 Iki you own a horse?' " Yes. sir ' " is he a rood swamp swimmer?' " 'Yes. sir ' " Then, youiift man. I welcome jou to the practice of law lu this dis trict' " RINGWORM ON CHILD'S FACE Stratford, Iowa "Three years ago this winter my seven-year-old sun had j ringworm OU the face. I-lrst It was In small red spots which had a much crust on the top When they started tl.ey looked like little red dots and tin n they cot bigger, about the size of a bird's egg They bad a white rough rlnc nroaiu! them, and grew continually worse nnd soun spread over his face and lets. The child suf fered terrible Itching nnd burning, so thnt he could not bIim p nights. He Scratched them and they looked fear ful. Mo was cross when he had them. Wo used several bottles of liniment, but nothing hi Iped, "I saw win re a child had n rash on the face and was cured by OUtlCttra Snap and Ointment and I decided to use them. ' used Cutlcura Boap and Ointment about one month, and lio-y cured mv . hlld completely." (Signed) Mr Barbara Prim, .inn. :to, mi2 Cutlcura Boap and Ointment sold throughout the world, Sample of each free, with "" p, Beta Hook. Addroru poet-card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Dos ton " Adv. Locating the Fool. 1 a stout old gentleman was havii g trouble with the telephone. Me could hear nothing hut a contused jumble of sounds and finally he became ro exasperated that ha shouted Into the transmitter. Who's the blithering fool nt the end of ibis I "" "He's not nt this end," answered a cool, fi mlnlne voice p.'.".hir.j4 aymp f-r (Titld " ., 1.-..I:.-.. l,,!:irf, llil' ii:. bill. I ...ttli u Even (hi Intoxication of love may leave cue ith a headache tht morn ing after Identified. Doctor An- you anaemic, Pat? Pal No, doctor Irish.- I.lfe. Loosed Like a 3trlke. rrlmsonbi ak Are you against certainly am Hut boa von g iu,; lo ai k mo tor Same Thing. So you have kiwii up getting mar 1 rb d"" Yes; find you have Riven up your auto. What was the reason of that?" Tost or upkeep." bats what Influenced me" What Worried Her. ' You Bay your wife threw n plat,- ut you?" Yes. It was a fin-- china plate It hn be agalnal mi head." Didn't she appear sorry after she ! Shrew If"' "Yen. she appeared very sorry." "Ah, ind I And what did sIk ""She raid she was a fool not to con trol her temper " "Good, And what etae did she' say?" She said she didn't believe sin eould match that plate again if she hnnted 'he town through " Photo lilts Merely an Amateur. A man who lives much nt hotels had some odd experiences durliiR the strikes of tin- waiters In New York and Ronton, in the morning after the -itrlko was called in New v ork he unbred boiled ofcits In a New York hotel The man ag rs had hired all applicants for Job ut waiting, and the one who took this boiled egg order was a touph person lb- brought the ccks. came over and le r.'d on the i n i. of (kit patron ehalr and said: Be) i ul. km i Hhttes thm e(tg for ye ?" in lloslon the waller ut breakfast was n big, rmrly person who seemed unfamlliat With the work. The man at breakfast ventured a mild jirotefi Aw. ferglt Itt" Bald the waiter I ain't no waiter i came up here to l. a in.)., breaker In lite truckman - strike." Saturday htVettlag Post. Lover's Unique D-votlon. An unusual manner in which a lover's devotion wan shown Occurred at Zurich, Switzerland, recently. A Oobbler, whose sweetheart died. Bp prenticed himself to a stone-cutter lu Otdi r to execute a flitint: tribute to her memory, and after fourteen months be was able to carve a beau tiful rose on a mat hie slab and w rite beneath: "Such v., is sin " After It bad been erected over her grave he returned to his first trade, and now ri pairs rhoi tfl as before. No Longer Interested. Theodore Lane, w-ho resided at the : home of his parents. 7349 Holton I avenue had a toothache the other morning It was u bad toothache, too I and Theodore let the neighborhood know all about It Itut when his 1 father got home that evening (this Is j according to his fatherl the boy was Calm and teemed at peace " Has your tooth stopped achlnc Teddy'" asked Theodore. Hr "I don't know." answered the ! youngster "Don't know Why. what do you mean?" "It's out " Cleveland Plain Dealer AN EYE TO SPARE. Father - Re careful how you ihOOt that arrow- this way. You'll put out my cyo and then I can't write any more. Karlln ins he kept on Rhootlnp.l Why. cant you wrlio with one cyo Important to Mothorn Examine carefully every buttle of CASTORIA, a safe and sun- renn dv for infants and Children, aad aco thai it lli.-iru 11,,, ... , in I'ser For Over 30 Yearn, Children Cry for Fletcher's Caatoria Before xvr tell von aliont the boy and hii air rillc, we Z4 ..' . . . -i. . r : v. T iv ' . '. MivtuM 9TA Ban wnnt v.mi in ilea, .h-om j.i ; y .,.. Y. ........... I Before we tell yon about the lsiy and hil air rifle, we wnnt yon to hear about trWI d XnfTt Duhe'i Mixture the ti baeeo that thnusandi of men find just rielit" for b pipethe tobaoco thai makes "rollinc" popuJar i a This favorite tobacco Is fi:ir ..lil Virginia and North Carolina bright leaf that has len thoroofrhly aged, stemmed and tlien granulated. It has the true tobacco tnstc, for the very simple reason tliat it npUre tolmceo. Pa what v on w ill it Is Impossible to pet . purer or. morn likeable smoke than Duke's Mixture. It uaowaMgswa1 -lyon leader, anil Is unsurpassed In ipinhty. In every suck tberenone ami a half oeneaof splendid tobacco aad with each sm k you fret n booh of cigarette pepem FUKE. How the Boy Got His Air Riflo In every sai k of the ,,;i7t.' .V JtgamDuke'a Mut BTS we now pack ii 1 ree lesei t Coupao, The.o Coupons nr.- nood for all ki,! of useful artu ics something to pleass cv.-ry member of the family. There nre skates, sleds, belli and bats, I'smsras, um brelhs, watches, fount on pens, pipes. opcrri ghu IBB, etc., etc. As ii crMt-ial ot fer, during Jon iiurv Olid l t ln-t;i:ry Ofly, WO tiiu send you our new Mni tratni catalogue of presents. FREE. Just umd us your lunnu nud address on a postal. ClmSflfll frr-t f", .-fit 'vr' SM A . ... HoaaesHOE. J. TH TINSU.V.'" NATURAL LLAh, CRANQER TWia I. - " - I'ot'R IKlSKS ' ' '" . . PK'K PLUG CUT. PIKDMNT CKSARCTTES, CUX CIGAKi.i ra 0,1.1 , tifr tu$ se toum Premium Dept. Si. Louis. Mo. rL liiii ill!! ill i i am You C oiild Dc It Too, in the Fertile Northwest (sKhie man mndc a bountiful living for his family (he hns 1 1 children I and put $2. .185 m the bank as the result of the season's yield from his 40 acres of irrigated land in this productive country. This is not cited as nn excep tional rase. Thc "PROSPERITY STATKS OK AMERICA" is the nnnie we npplv t" Wisconsin, hiinncaota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington , On Ron, gjj Northern Pacific R'y QTo loratc alotiR this lint- is to assure yourself of fertile soil, nearby marketa, nuick tTanaportation, good ncieh lors, Rood gchoola, progresiive ci.mmunitics and increas ing land values. Ihvtiti&ate nowl 9Aak Am free descriptive literature about the stale that mo interests you. Lei us help you tO locate in the Fcrt !e North- west where you will prosier. Write toUay L. J. BRICKEK, Gen'l lamblrallee i horlhrrn Paclfll Kt.lv.uy St. Paul. Miun. We srltl he glad to advise you of hns i itae fni arlntei -r spring trips if yon will t,uto tune you arish to go and destination you wish to reach or point:; you want lo cover. 0! ni gantanlc majesty r-rin when, he lo nrs u man Bay he will reform- I" morrow Tlie mil l mellow quality of LEWIS' Ringls Bhnler eigar i what the iiit.ikm : Want. Adv. Beet Way to Find Out. lie what would ou say if i should kin you? She Why ntk for a mere guens when you can ho easily gut the esact facts Stray Storien bVI 1 i m JtfN 'r"j .ll r, e. M. H4m k Ml' H, i'ii iaiiu.1, - Meslt la t ur, I! tmt, I tUbllal.r-l II Kit Mfmn i:.f'ol,-mnn.vvb. Itn. M is-ok-1-, i.i. Ol- .i . . JHSM Ir AH women nre bom free and eiptal but I hey don't look It ut the bathing beach Help conies to thOOS who are wllllnc to pay for It. FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS Are Richest in CttfStlvt Qualities FOR BACKACHE, RHCUMA7I3M, KIDNEYS and BLAOOE.R I satis Nut!' I er UL . w, ail i, ;. ,14 i.uukh matertal to make Ii m s,f La-eiia Fu, , Powder I'urt food guaranteed D i net h-i.r hslr Flit.- fur sti liy. ihlnltis skloa. M Ml Il II el Kl II l i -"" DEFIANCE Gold Water Starch asuuJry work a lat-unur. . 10., i md l-Ak W. N. U., ST. LOUIS. NO. S2-1018. Beoauae ot thoeo ugly, arluly, gray halra. Uaa "LA CREOLE" HAIR ORE88INQ. PRICE. SI.OO. retail.