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w the eye t 1If > f a amnn man who islntelllgent Iii islnteliigoatof 1hteUlg nt
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utctions tlons and enterprise would grace graceit ace
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any disturbance they were wer creating
throughout throull1 ut the entire house
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curious desire to see the elclc one
I Is Gufficlont and will be tnoro m more b truly
appreciated > by b the household and IUIdprve andprove
prove an unmixed blessingto blessing to the pa ¬
tient And if I f some little delicacy be
taken takentQ to her It should not be also associated a88oclated alsoelated ¬
elated with the medicine m medicine diclne bottles but
kept out o t of the ro room m or at least out outot outof
of the t e sight IIlghtof of tho sicK person perion These Theseshowers
showers h 1iers of ofUlnilness Kindness with good will
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I and pare can t IUOt n potbe riot be glven given to t l such vis
its Andyet And yet fet these evidences of
thoughtlessness ar are of everyday oc occurrence occurrenc occurronceEValine ¬
currence curronceEValine Etallne E 1Ine in National
Stockman Stockm Stoc < mAn mAnIIIOw n nOW
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w way of of tfr olng eveiYthi3g vvv er1th vuMO f1h VUW Ire uwtUiUfy holding
nn < J Jlftlng JU ng ofa pf Jf a baby is s no exception
Iherefqre the young mother must
learn ihoknat1t the knack as well Oll as the father fatherwho
who hols is usually more or loss awkward t
for a greater length of time Fortu Fortunately Fortunatoly Fortunatoly ¬
natoly for the baby he sleeps tho thogreater thosreator thogreater
greater part of the theflrat first few months monthsso
so that while W hUe to most t people he feels f ls
like a good sized jolly fish dsbready Toady to toallp toIIlJp toslip
slip from the hands without a mo moiqenta moeq montet
iqenta ntet eq tor 1 s warning there is little neces necessity nQcesslty necesslty ¬
slty forlifting liftfng Or carrying him about aboutand aboutsnd aboutand
and the th elders learn their task grad gradually gradually ¬
ually uallyBegin uallyBegin uallyBegin
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laent teat enot tQ tolearn learn the th right way W ay Ylthat that is ishand Iswhoa s swhen
when holding the child In he right
hand form or support for the thebnck back of ofthe oft ofthe
the t C head And neckwith n tIt wtllt the e lefthand letthandn
In n tarrying rrYlng a ali a bAby t r hold o1d It bn ontlia the left leftArm leftarmfonlllng leftarm
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eracarry e era 8 c carry rry the the t c babyon baby a y on theright the right t arm armnhdothersaKernto armandeherilalfehlato armandofliera >
nhdothersaKernto andofliera alfetndtojtt it IHaagood isagood is a good plan planto plantoaccustol1 plantoaccustom
to toaccustol1 accustom oneself to bold the baby babyon babyl
on on l the th6 left I ft arm so as to to have the theright theright theright
right free to perform whatever may
be necessary necessaryIn
It In lifting ti a baby from the crib cribgather cribgather I
gather his clothes together at the thebottom thebottom
bottom with wltbtho the right hand I1I1 d and andwhile andw1l1l1 andwhile I
while drawIng hint hl down dongei1tty gently slip
the left hand under his back until the thefingers thongers thefingers
fingers ngers support 8upporthla his head while the thoarm thearm thearm
arm is a prop for his back Never Nevergrasp Neversrasp Nevergrasp
grasp an jn lnf Infant n nt around the body to toraise toritis toratio
raise hlmiijfncp hl n rnce holding holdingFhlm Thim sum sufQprovj sumclentlwtIght sueclentlrtrtTght
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yea llff dld Ill he mar may be o ralae raisodthls hl way waywith waywitWno
wltEvno with no III effoctii Remember how howevcr howev howevoe
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The Ajnerfcan Aier APt f cSn woman omnn as asi kn an n inter interleotual Intetleatqal inte1lectgai
leotual and womanly creature cr at ro was wasVigorously wasVI wasbit
Vigorously VI bit erouSiS rottl lt iefnded < by Lyjlla Kings Kingsnllli Kingsn1U Kingsnilil
nllli n1U Comnlander Oom al derngalnst against t V attacks attacksof
of Professor roCerW W I Thomasi Thomas the So SoClolpgyDepartment SoClo Soclolog7Dppartment
ClolpgyDepartment Clo 9BY > Dpartment of the th tl Diversity Diversityintelleclual IversltY IversltYt
at t Chicago h1C go who aces wo on the theInt theto
Int to intelleclual lb ual pl plane nj J f the sgvage 4 age and andwhewshe andvh andwrhetahe
whewshe vh she attempfe atte attemp to rawoj ra su 9J herself herselfabor herseltabor herselfabovq
abor abovq ° uhat ythat t at plan plans lan calls the thegftort otort un unVqnanly unw unIvptfianly
Vqnanly w Dfanly Professor Tbomastimparts Tbomastimpartsfits Thomaa timparts
fits tijftplng tJ11rt nlng thought on tfiS tfielsubjoct tfielsubjoctthrOl1ih LTiesubjoctthroU6 > subject subjectthrough
through the pages of his jfew nl env book hook6os bookSox
Sex Sox andUSocletyiV drill 0 letg lt Mrs Commander Commanderis dg n mander manderlaawOrlff mandoris
is laawOrlff A wdr woWr tetcof it f the SelfSupportlncr SelfSupportlncrWqnjens SelfBupportlnrWopons SelffiupportingIVonens
Wqnjens league and aU and on llnluthor llnluthorjdla author authorWrs authorMrs
Mrs Qgmmandir Ccmmandfrreplies CcmmandfrrepliesPr replles repllesProfessor zeplleslpr
lpr Professor Pr fteS fearer r iThpmis Thomas is in an educe oducatlonal ed educetional ca caUOJ1
tlonal UOJ1 tfustltul Institution o l where the women womenaro womenare womenare
are walking In and taking the prizes prjzesaway prbesaway prizesaway
whesss whesssthR
away from the men and now wh when whenthjtjyorafis Q QtM
thjtjyorafis tM yoJUQJj have won fairly he ftrAlles horAisesthe ftrAllesili Wises Wisestha
the ili cry crfthat that it is not womanly It Itraaiman ItW Itwsassrnaq
W wsassrnaq raaiman I 1c and not pattlre nature who WbOS whoanj set the th tht4 thestandards
standards t4 atdi 3 of socaned womanl womanljnese iiKJL eas A Af
ftr fnuadid tj dlc1 natpollfeve Ot une unerat that rat o oJn oJntUaT Jn
l t tUaT Bf womablwas Womafwas wOD1a womanly rl z e eu
u 1 d n mt ma intellectual Intelioctua w tndOJ1 tndOJ1t taco
do
Y f tho thiftyflVe buildings build np com comif c corn cornposing m mpesln
posing pesln thl the University at J if Chicago ChIcagotibup Chicagogrbn
tibup grbn tn w wore re1 built > IW bi by Vomea omen It IfYstirifitd7ill5ttiTilItlieti
Ystirifitd7ill5ttiTilItlieti 1mt tfs1i
tnen tnents 1J b > l1UlnOj ualaeet t AAUIlY te e saythat14rs
that that14rs Nrs r Hetty Betty v Oroen couldbuy could buy buy the theUniversity theU1varllty theUniveraity
University of Chicago ChICA Chicagoand oand and its pro profewsbrs proteMbrsthreEl profeesbrsthree
fewsbrs teMbrsthreEl threq times tI 81 over oTer In Ken Keutucky Kentuckr KenLucky
Lucky Mrs Rose Foremap ForelUa1ls Foretnn a Is president presidentof
of seven af tt industrial In uBtrlal corporations and andmode andDade andmade
mode 1000000 last year In Texas TexasI Texast1
fcMrst t1 + 1frz r King Kin has a t millionacre million acro ranchThe ranch ranchTha ral h hThe
The beat cItizen of ChlcfigoTfhero ChlcfigoTfherothte ChIC goIfh otifhdro otifhdrotilts ro rothl
tilts thl pr profewor feMOt teaches Is 18111 Tiy general generalconsensus generalconsenSU8 generalconsensus
consensus Jane Addams Addamsbettor bettor than thanft thani thantoy
toy ft i professor rofeesor In New York a wom woman woinall woman ¬
an eowecter ohtract r Is I putting in bids bld for forwoman forpierr
pierr r wtu wnriT InVlrgul11 In ylrgiuta there is a a911anraUrbad airoman
woman > 911anraUrbad railroad builder In Nebras Nebrasjka Nebrastea Nebraska
jka tea a woman7 w mnrF has hasbelten b ten the grain graintrust rraltltrust graigtrust
trust Ida Tarbell Tarbellwall was the first t6 torajB t6meIt t6bilke
meIt bilke rajB e the Standard t odllrd Oil Company lls listen llstefi
14 tp tHbtic bc opinion o lnon No man did didthat didthat didthatNew
that thatNew N w York Evening World WorldIt WorldErk1eace WorldEvitlsaee
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It shows how more than that yet yeror ysrdOr yetbe
honor honorJitdg be dOr or It shown bo that 01 hit himJttd him blmlL
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I TAX Tai FORTUNES SATS s sn rs s CAKNEOTB CAKNEOTBPrcdlcU OAnNEaPredIcts vAizx af afPredicta
PredIcts Bay When to M Mice Qkb Jt Money 2lon y
Will Bo Deemed Dccm d Ignoble IgnobleThe IgnoblcThe IgnobleThe
The London Review Review of Reviews
prints a striking trlklult article by Andrew
CarnegIe entitled My Partners the
People MrCarnosle fro CarnOlle expresses the
belief that a millionaire ought to tllsbnro
share his wealth with the poor oor but
with lth to f 0 limitation that his fortune
should not bo divided before the mil mils ¬
lionaires death t ab Then tho commu ¬
nity should shotlldoaet enact a a largo targ share grad grll grlluated ¬
uated In increasingproportion IncreasIng proportion to the theoitent lhoeltent rhoextent
extent of tho dead mans wealth
After advocating adv catlng the British grad ¬
uated death duties as asa a basis for dlsi dls
trlbutloD Mr Carnegie says saysSuch says sayaSuch saysSuch
Such contributions from the own
era of o enormous fortunes at their
death jit t tdissatisfied Ivould luld do muc1 much to reconcll
dissatisfied but butfair fair minded mlndQdpeople people to
the alarmingly unequal dilltributionof distribution
of wealth arising from tho new newlndus indus ¬
trial conditions of our day Wo shall
ulUmatelyhave ultimately have to t Consider the adop
flon of some such scheme as I s a pro progressive progressive ¬
gressive tax On In nil nllfortunea fortunes beyond a 11certain acertain
certain amount either given in life lifeer lifeor
or bequeathed at death so that it Itwill
will impossible be IlI1posslble for tho owners of ofenormous ofJnormo ofenormous
enormous s fortunes to hand no raoro moro
than a certain amount to any Individ Individual IlIdlvldual indlvidual ¬
ual t tMr
ualMr
Mr Carnegie humbly deprecates deprecatellcllllm
the clhlm of tho merely 1 er ly wealthy to
fame They have no place with odu educated oducated oducated ¬
cated men and they theyoCCUPT occupy a a lower 10we1planelntello lowerplane
plane planelntello Intellectually tua1ty In tho coming
day brains will stand above dollars dollarsand
and conduct above abovoboth both The mak mak1 <
I ing of money as an aim will then be berated
I rated as an ignoble ambition ambitionJ ambitionWISE ambitionWISE
J WISE WORDS WORDSThink WORDSInk WOIfISTbink
Think Ink not that thy thy word and thino thinoalone thj thjattlno thine thinealone
alone must be fight flghtSocrates flghtSocratesMany Socrates SocratesMany
Many a good mans purse Is like a aslphonthe
siphon slphonthe the very emptying of which
Insures Its refilling reDlIIn Arthur Ed Edwards Edwarda Edwards
wards wardaOur wardsOur wardsOur
Our grand business is not to see seewhat seewhat seewhat
what lies dimly in the thedI8tance distance but
to do what lies clearly at hand
Carlyle CarlyleCourage CarlyleCour CarlyleCourage
Courage Cour ge Is a sort sortor of armor armor to the
inln mind and lIndkeeps keeps an unwelcome jm Impression jmpresSion ¬
pression from driving too deep Into Intoperception Intort IntoperceptionElmes
perception perceptionElmes perceptionElmesItis rt pUonElmes pUonElmesitls Elmes Elmesitis
itis only an error In judgment to tobiatteamfatak tomake
make biatteamfatak a mistakii mistake but It shows infirm 111flrmIfy Infirmity ¬
ity of character ch r cter to adhere to it when wbendlseovered
discovered discoveredBgVep discoveredBgVepTo Bpvee BpveeTo Qvej QvejTo
To be truly happy b ppyla is a question ofhow of ofJ1
how J1 1W we begin and not of how we weend weend weend
end of what we want and not of ofwhat ofwhat
what we W have haveStevenson haveStevensont Stevenson StevensonLet
Let t a man learn that everything in innature In Innature InniLturll
nature even motes and feathers feathersgoes feathersgoes feathersgoes
goes by law and not by luck and andthatwhat andthat andthat
thatwhat that what ho sows ho reapsEmerlion reaps reapsEmer Emer Emerson ¬
son eon
sonJoy 0 0Joy
Joy is a working thing It builds buildsup buildsup buildsup
up while it enlarges the wltolena wltolenat whole na nature nature ¬
ture t r It 1 b tho wine to strengthen streng hen the theheart theheart theheart
heart to trJ brace it to carry noble en enterprise eneDora enerprlseDora ¬
terprise erprlseDora eDora Dora Qreenwall QreenwallShall OreenwallSh GreenwallShull
Shall Sh U a mechanical experiment experimentsucceed experimentsucceed experimentsucceed
succeed Infallibly and the one onevlta onevltaexperIment vitalexperiment vital vitalexperiment
experiment of humanity remain a achance achllIlc a achance
chance T Is corn to grow by method methodand methodand methodand
and character by caprice caprlcetHenry caprlcetHenryDrumll1ond capriceHonryDrummond Henry HenryDrummond
Drummond DrummondToo Drumll1ondToo DrummondToo
Too many strictures as to childish childishconduct childIshconduct childishconduct
conduct are like elastic garters 1Lr1ers seen seentoo Beentoo seentoo
too often on stout stoutUttl little legs They Theyimpede TheYImpede Theyimpede
impede the moral circulation andshould and andshould a d dshould
should boor bQ for the themoat most part laid aside asideElizabeth asIdeE1zabetI1 asideElizabeth
Elizabeth tirinnoli tirinnoliIf rlnnell rlnnellIt
If your faith in God is stronger for forjeyery f forevery t tevery
every humble task In which you peed peedAnd Jleednd treedAnd
And nd get His aid then that humble humbletask humbletask umblot
task t k is necessary neces ary to the thefulness fulness of ofyour ofyour ofyour
your faith in God It will make the themusic themuelc themusic
music of your life more m more rellrm firm and andsolid and101ldPhllllps andsolidPhllllps
solid 101ldPhllllps Phillips Brooks BrooksWe Dro BrooksWe ka kaWe
We often do more good by our ourlabors ourIYI11lathy oursvmnathr
IYI11lathy tMn by our labors and
render ender to the world a more m more lastingservice lastingaervlco
service by absence of jealousy and andrecognition andrecognition andrecognition
recognition of merit than we Could Couldrever eonldever Couldnever
ever render l by > y the straining efforts effortsof clrortsof
of personal p rsopal s ambition ambttl ambitionArchdeacon ambitionArchdeaconFarrar nArchdeacon nArchdeaconFarrar Archdeacon ArchdeaconFarrar
Farrar FarrarGods FarrarGods FarrarGods
Gods thoughts aro not as our ourthoughts ourthoughts ourthoughts
thoughts Dear as our happiness happln as is isto Isto isto
to Him there th rols is something within us usvhlch usWhiCh uswhich
WhiCh vhlch Is moro precious precl us in His sight sightIt sightIt
It Is of far less consequence consequence In any anydivine anydivine anydivine
divine estimate 6t things how h wmuch wmuchman much mucha
a man suffers thanwhat than wh what t tho mail ml 1 is isi isAustin s sAustin
i Austin Phelps
A Tale I1I of British rlUhAdu1tcr4Uon Adulteration AdulterationEdward AdulterationEdward 1 1EdWardC
Edward EdWardC Connor Connor < nl1or writing Wftlligfrlr foV tb thei theiPractical c cPFaetiati I IlfTactlU
Practical Confectioner and Baker of ofLpndon ofJ9I11op ofJ
J J9I11op Lpndon pndon states stat titlILt that thatmong pm among ng colorings coloringsied cot ColoringsIjsed Hngs Hngssed
Ijsed ied In in n candymanufacture candr nufactur in inGreat inGreatBritain In9reat In9reatBrlt4ln Great GreatBrittlib
Britain reds are are the most popular popularyellows pOpularellows popularyellows
yellows ellows are second sQco 1d 1ft 11 favor and androwns findbrowns anilbrowns
browns rowns blues and greens greens of f lessereiteem l lesser baserestehPL isaer isaerelte
estehPL eiteem elte Jll He states thatfa that iuFrance iuFrancethe Fra Fr nce ncethe ce cethe
the reds allowed tyfaw by taw for Tor rtbli this pur purpose purpOle purpose ¬
pose are cochineal cocbUie l madclbr 1a t and andBrazil andJ3r anddlrazil
J3r Brazil zit wood oOd of f yellpws 7e1l9 itum tumerjc tumerjciusflc tume rJc rJct1 rjcuslc
iusflc t1 lc Frenchjifertlea Frenc I1lea Persian her herrlea belrles berIles
rlea and saffrdnT lialrr Mr Codttor Cl dnor states statesth statesthat tateet
that th > t a considerable proporjlon prop rJon of the thowhite tl10w1ttte thewhite
white candlds candl 8 are ar doctdred doct ted with sul sulphate Bulphlle sulphate ¬
phate o of lime 11m fldutv dtlJ dfkterra terra alba plas plaster pl plaster S Sterotparl ¬
ter terotparl of T Patis ri and ethsrlal etherlalIt salts Prune PruiiGlc PrutIc Prunelc
Glc lc acid contalBOd t lntal d In the MMMC weence ceo ceoh4r ot ot10fc oftlar
10fc h4r r allU almonds udll 1 Is nls also Mia tobe tobeSr to be beetpely
Sr Ic tpely ly 1 In use The Tb fact th that a lArd 1fiftgtrtide J lArdf a4 a4tradtl
ftgtrtide f tradtl journal j urnal of the Empire > gives glvwroom glnroom givesroom
room to the article la question is iswrrant Is8rrant isArerrant
wrrant 8rrant for the supposition that it IthOlds itholds j jholds
holds some truth Possibly there Kj KjfleU la laa Isa
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Fcrtllfzlng the Crop CropTho CropTho CropThe
Tho primary objbct In using forth fertilizer fertUber forthizer ¬
izer Is to produce a larger yield of the thecrop thecrop thecrop
crop that is tobe to bo Immediately grown grownor
or Is already grqwlng on the land to toWhich toWhich toNbfch
Which tho fertilizer Is to bo applied appliedAs
As a rule it contains conta n from f om ten to six sixteen sixteen lx lxteen ¬
teen per cent of moro moreor or less prompt promptly ¬
ly available plant food In other otherwords othorwords otherwords
words a commercial fertilizer con contains colitalns contains ¬
tains In laQvery every lOtt poundswelght pounds weIght from fromten tramten fromten
ten to sixteen pounds pou ds of available availablephosphoric availablephosphoric vaUablePlIosphorlo
phosphoric acid cither alone or that thatamount thatamount thatamount
amount of phosphoric acid a ld and pot potash potash potash ¬
ash combined or of these two and andnitrogen andnitrogen andnitrogen
nitrogen combined d making makln in tho lat latter latter latter ¬
ter case what is called called1 A t complete completefertilizer completefortlllzer completefertilizer
fertilizer Now this ten to sixteen sixteenpounds sixteenpounds sixteenpounds
pounds In each 100 pounds of tho for fertilizer fortilizcr ¬ I Itlllzor
tilizer is supposed to be and should shouldbe shouldbe I Ibe
be practically soluble and available availableat
at once or within a week or two for forthe forthe forthe
the use of the crop says Virginia VirginiaCarolina VlrglnlaCarolina VirginiaCarolina
Carolina Fertilizer Almanac AlmanacThe AlmanacThe AlmanacThe
The remaining portion of the for fertilizer fortllIzer fortilizer ¬
tilizer or eightyfour tonnetypounds tonnetypoundsin
in each 100 100pouljds pounds Is a amlxture amlxtureof a mixture mixtureof
of Insoluble phosphate and sulphate sulphateof
of lime some sand water Wat r organic organicmatter organicmatter organicmatter
matter and other things that aro aronecessarily aronecessarily arenecessarily
necessarily incident to tho manufac manufacture manufaQture manutagture ¬
ture and cannot be economically re removed reimoved removed >
moved They are of very little imme immedlato immdiato mmctdlato
dlato value to either the crop or the thesoil thesoil
soil
So when we apply a high grade fey feytilizer fertilizer te tetillieI ¬
tilizer to the soil the object is to sup supply 1UPply supply ¬
ply the plants with soluble plant food foodand fooIIand foodand
and increase the yield of the cotton cottongrain cottongrain cottobgrain
grain gross or whatever the crop cropmay cropmllY cropmay
may be beIncidentally beIncidentally beIncidentally
Incidentally however this fertll fertllIzor fertliizer
Izor does help the land because it In Induces Induces Induces ¬
duces a larger growth of stalk roots rootsand rootand rootsand
and foliage of the plants plantsor or those thoseparts thoBeparts thoseparts
parts that will be returned to and be become bQome becomb ¬
come part at ot the soil A dose otthls otthlsfertilizer of this thisfertilizer hlsfertilizer
fertilizer for Instance lI stance not only in increases Iqcreases increases ¬
creases the size of the stalks the fol foliage folIage tellage ¬
iage hulls and other parts that go goimmediately goImmediately goimmesllately
immediately back and form a part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sol in the shopa of humus de decayed decayed decayed ¬
cayed vegetable matters But the theprincipal theprInclplI1 theprincipal
principal way to improve the soil it itself Itsolf Itself ¬
self is to add vegetable matter to It ItIn t tin tIn
in the form of stable manure renova renovating renovntlagcropl renovatiag ¬
tlagcropl ting crops rotation rotation1of > f crops etc in ina Inmore ina
a more direct manner mannerIt
It would seen manifest manlt st then if wo wowish woIsh wowish
wish Ish to increase the yield Ield ot otcorn otcorncotton corn corricotton corncotton
cotton wheat oats grass etc that thatthe tbattbe thatthe
the fertilizer tertii belshould should contain the throb throbelements throbeiements throbelements
elements of plant food in the pro proportions proportion proportions ¬
portions that thafajo ato best suited to the theparticular thoparticular theparticular
particular crop This is particularly particularlytrue partlcularltrue
true If the purpose Is to use liberal liberalamounts liberalall10unts liberalamounts
amounts of fertilizer per acre In Insuchcase Inuch Insuchcaso
suchcase uch ase the deficient supply in the tbonatural thenatural thenatural
natural soil of any one or more of ottho ofthe ofthe
the thrco three valuable elements phos phosphoric phosphoric ¬
phoric acid cld nitrogen and potash potashneed potashneed potashneed
need not be specially considered consideredAccording consIderedAccording consideredAccording
According to carefully conducted conductedfield conductedfield conductedfield
field experiments conducted at qt many manyof manr manrof manxof
of the experiment experlmentstaUons stations it has been beenfound boenfonnd beenfound
found that cotton requires a fertilizer fertilizerthat fertUlzerthat fertilizerthat
that contains about one part each of ofnitrogen ofnitrogen ofnitrogen
nitrogen and potash afid 3 13 parts partsof partsof partsof
of available phosphoric acid Thls Thisdemand Thlsdemand Thlsdemand
demand would be mot by a fertilizer fertilizercontaining fertilizercontaining fertilizercontaining
containing ton per cent available availablephosphoric arallablbphosphoria availablephosphoric
phosphoric acid three per cent of ofnitrogen ofnitrogen ofnitrogen
nitrogen and three per cent of pot potash potuh potash ¬
ash or as ordinarily expressed a
10 3033 3 3 fertilizer One analyzing
9 9210170 270 170 or 824020 824020or 8 240 240 240or
or 7 7210210 1 210 210210 210 etc would answerjust answer answerjust answerjust
just as as well provided these lower lowergrades loweigrades lowergrades
grades be applied In heavier Quanti Quantities 9uanUties 4uantities ¬
ties
So It has been found that thatcorn corn su sugarcane eugarcano sugarcano ¬
garcano sorghum grasses and other othercrops o1hercrops othercrops
crops belonging to the grass family familyrespond familyr familyyrgspond
respond r pQnd best to a fertilizer that shall shallcontain shallcontain shallcontain
contain ten t n parts of phosphoric acid acidflye Midflye acidlive
flye parts of nitrogen and two parts partsof partsef partsof
of potash pOlashora or a ID 1052 5 2 fertilizer fertilizerThe fertilizerThe fertilizerThe
The following formulas an are In pre precisely precisely pretisely ¬
cisely the same proportions only onlythey onl onlthey onlythey
they are I1roQf of lower grade and would wouldgive wouldgIve wouldgive
give practically pracUc lly tho samb results only onlyI onlywhen onlywhen
I when wjien a correspondingly larger appli application app1lc application ¬
cation c tfonahall snail be mado per acre acrevlz vlt vlt94fGO
94fGO 946010 lSO or 8 84001601 84001601or 400 160j 160jor
or 7 735010 360 140 and 60 on Of Ofcourse Ofcourse Ofcourse
course these lower grades can be sold soldat soldat soldat
at lower prices than the high grades gradesbut grad gradesr gradesrbut s sbut
but as a rule the farmer tllrm r will find it itmore I Imore itmore
more economical to buy bUYtho the hlgbV hlgbVgrades hlg1 hlg1gr4des higtrgrades
grades both oth on account of their theircheaper thslrcheaper theircheaper
cheaper price per unit and also als Hh Hhsaving the thesaving thosaving
saving of freight the thelntterbclQg latter being pre precisely 1Irel8eJY precisely ¬
cisely l8eJY the ho safe perton per tQn for forbthhlh forbthhlhand both both high highand highand
and low grades gradesVnlpo gradHVal gradesValue v > I
Value Val e of of o ti l Cow f
Id undertaking ti > Itlacq l > lacft Ja t an esti estimate stl stlmate U Umato ¬
mate on the value of a Ii cow c Tr the exact Qxactam0111t o exactamowt = act actamount
amount of milk and bitter buttet u rj ifat t < pro produced pro produced pro4uC ¬
duced 4uC d should shoul ahouldbe ba deleroilnM deleroilnMMost tlelerminedMost 4 4Noetplovle
Most Noetplovle people when whAm estimating the thevalue thenlu thevalud
value of a tow ow wilt be largely In Influenced tnben0e4 Inflnenoed ¬
fluenced by the statwneata made by bythe bythe bythe
the owner owh W I r of the BvralMr m1Htr of tf gallonsot gallons ltonl ltonlof
of milk she will 111 protao Tfcli TIt In tatelmatloD Isformation Information ¬
formation i il usually very misleading misleadingus i
us most persons 1 raona do not take Into con consideration COillideratIoD consideration ¬
sideration th tb foam f 1Ii in milk and andagain j jagain I Iplll
again plll the party wishing to Mil a cow cowwill I i itrill
trill 111 sometime es exaggerate ggt te ax to tob Jf h3r h3rproduction t tproducUQI1 rproduction I
production as well wellThe wellThe I
The milt from 9 cow u maaHy
O I
1 < V tj 7 1 1measured
measured should not bo o given tel1 nay nayconsideration anyconsidoratfon I Iconsideration
consideration but tp know th tM 6iqct 6iqctamount ersetamount act actamount
amount of milk a cow c cow w glvos It should shouldbe 5 a abe J
be weighed with an an accurate aiA1url tj to scale scalefoam l
foam adds nothing to the W weight lght of of ofmilk r j
milk When t tie o mll pUll from tr n1 a acdw I cow cowIs w wof of c cis I
Is weighed morning and < 6ventng V nlng > a a athen j
then her daily production productfQncan can Ve e cell sU sUweight I U j d I IlI1atod
mated but It Is better to know t the o c t tweight j
weight Of fmllk milk produced for a hum humber nutsborr um =
v I
ber of consecutive milkings and an tbi tbitako to 1 I It
tako t ko an average of these for deter determining d ter t tc tcmining I Imining
mining her dally production productionAfter roducUonMtor a aAfter
After determining tho amount I1mountor I1mountormilk of ofmilk ofmilk
milk produced per day In pounds voun lJ and andounces andi andiounces t
ounces then one should know tho thaaverage thoaverage
average butter fat contained therein thereinThis 1 I s a I IThl8ca sThis
This Thl8ca can be determined by taking a asample asamplo f fsamplo
samplo from each milking and form formabout f formabout rm 1 +
about five consecutive milkings put ¬ 1
ting these thEiBOBllmples samples together and do dotermining dotormining
termining the ho per cent ont of butter fat fatin tatIn fatIn I
in this composite sample This will willb6 y t tb6 j jb
b6 b an average per cent of fat for the thetlirfo thetlmo i itime
time during which the samples S mp1es were weretaken weretaken were weretaken
taken From the average daily pro productlon preductton produetton
ductlon of milk and the average per percent porcontof parcent
cent contof of fat the averago averageamount amount of fat fatproduced tatproduced 1 a aproduced
produced dally can bo b ascertained ascertainedAs
As six pounds of butter fat fl t thus do determined dotermlned ¬ q i R
termined will make about seven sevenpounds I
pounds of butter the value of themilk the themilk themllk
milk for buttermaking purposes
can canbo i J Jbe
be determined As butter fat Is the thofoundation k tfoundation
foundation of ream the value bf the 4 1t
milk put into cream renm can be estimated estimatedWhile estimatedWhile tt I
While this method does ea not notgSve give any f + C i
idea of tho amount of milk and but butter b t ¬ f I Itel Iter
ter fat a cow cowwm wilt produce during her hermilking hermilking i imilking
milking period it does show shoVh bow hpxrmuch w F t a amuch I Imuch
much she sh is producing pr ucng in butter or orcream t r rcream
cream for f r the time being beingNo M 1 1No tNo II
No dairyman should be without withoutthisrecord wIthoutthis g gthin
thisrecord this record of each one of his Cows Cowsat iI iIat I Iat
at any any time It will enable him to toknow toknow I
know when a cow Is not producing producingnh producingan M Man
an amount which justifies her keep keepand 1oepnnd keepand
and she can then be replaced with a abetter abetter t d i la I
better cow Where records are kept keptau
01 has been suggested at the end of otthe ofthe ofthe
the milking period the amount of otmilk ofmUk ofmilk
milk and the amount ot butter fat fatfrom fatfrom fatfrom
from each cow cow can bo estimated and andher andher M
her value for that thatporlod period pretty prettycloso prettyclosoly close closely clonely ¬
ly determined dotermlnedWm Wm D Saunders SaunderoDairyman 0 0Dalrmnn = t tDairyman
Dairyman Virginia Agricultural Ex Experiment ExtJ Exporiment ¬
periment tJ rlment Station Blneksburg BlneksburgHow t 4 4Dow
How a Tin Can Will Help HelpMany UclpMany helpMany a
Many different receptacles r may bo boused boused t a aused
used in whichto which to togrow grow plants so ai aito alto as
to have them of good size before put putting p putting t ttins ¬ I
ting them Out dutln in tho field Flower Flowerpots Flowerpots t
pots paper aper pots tomato cans dans split splitwood splitwood splitwood
wood boxes and paper bags aro per perhaps perhaps perpaps ¬
haps the most Important Im lrtnnt Qf these theeopaper thesop thesepaper
paper p aper pots tin cans and nd split woodoxes wood woodoxes Voodboxes
boxes oxes are best though for a few fewplants fewplants 1 1plants
plants paper bags of twopound also eUemade s1zemade I Imade
made of heavy glazed paper answer answerwell Answerwell I Iwelt
well Cut them to four inches in inheight I Iheight
height fill with three inches ot soil soiland I a aand
and plant seeds in them themTho themTho themTho I
Tho cylinders made from old tin tincans 1 1ans a
ans cans or ortrom from tin secured from the thetinsmith i4 i4tinsmith I Itinsmith
tinsmith are excellent If made from fromold tromold t told
i
old tomato or corn cans the cans cansshould cansshould cansshould
should be placed in a fire and heated heatedjust heatedjust l
just enough to cause the tops and andbottoms andbottoms rr a ahot +
bottoms hot toms to drop off The seam can canbe canbe an anbe
be melted melteliapnrt apart too but It Jtlakes takes a allttlo oJ oJUttle 1 t t tlittle
little too much mu h hear enough to seri seriously serlously ¬ I Iously
ously injure the quality of tho tin 90 90It IOIt aoIt ±
It Is best to open them by cutting cuttingthem v j Ii l
them from top to bottom Then wrap wrapa a
a bit of wire around thom to hold holdthem holdthem holdthem 1 =
t ta
them in place or orbend = bend the edges with witha
a stovepipe joint so they will catch catchand atchand i 4 4and
and hold In the form of a cylinder cylinderno s t tno
no bottom and of courtjo no top Set Setthese Bettheso s l lthese
these on a board In a frame or orkitchen crkItchen orkitchen +
kitchen or somewhere where it Is Iswarm Iswarm II IIwarm
warm fill with good soil sol1and and plant plantseeds plantseeds t f a aseeds
seeds of tomatoes eggplant and pep peppors
yore pors cucumbers melqns cantaloupes cantaloupesand c tatoupea tatoupeaand 4t
and squashes for the he early crop cropWhen cropWhen cropWhen t
When the planUnare plan arewell well grown town and andtho An andthe j
tho weather Is right transplant by byscooping byscooplJg byscooping
scooping out a I aholo hole dip enough to toreceive t i I Ir
receive r celv tha can set the th can in place placeunlock plllCunlo placeualocktbo
unlock unlo ualocktbo ktho the joint or orsjrl1 slip the wire oft oftand 011and oftand
and thre tIWo th re standsthe plant in Its ball ballIt ballof I Iof
of el1J eat h Dr Dram jiheearth the earth uPabo up about t tIt tits titsit
It and that plant will never know kuo Jt Jthas a I Ihnschrmstd
has hnschrmstd changed Its Usquart quarters quarteraH r H Harold HaroldHume IbrolcJattma HaroldHuaainthe
Hume Huaainthe InUw n Progressive I ogrcato Farmer FarmerWhat Xs oJ oJhnfthSOb a 1 1Tritnt
What hnfthSOb theSouth h Needs NeedsTie i
Tie T4li1Sraat great need neel for the develop developmont deve1 deve1nGRtotthe t tmeato I
nGRtotthe meato mont oftlie oithe agricultural resources our ell of ofthoSoulh of ofthoSnuh l ltboSouth
thoSoulh Is lanot not Immigrants as soma somae eomeeeetn orneHeln
Heln e m to t lhnk t1 nlt but ut U Is the Incnlca lace lea a atlori I
tloftOf ttoli > ot lICl Tight rIghtt3 t ileasi tJ hsandcerrect 1s and c Qoriect rract prln prlnclplea prlncfplos principles
clplea 61 tatil1tlqltq a aCri rltoltura tura ilL into Int the minds mindsand mndsnnd 1
and practice vraQtt oT f Ute people we al already aIready ¬ s sready
ready have and d nbfhlag will Enforce mtotceth Enforcethorn < uforcethem
them th m so much actkef as JUllt ° t a f arclty clty of istor istorWe f fW a l lw
t table
We W certainly doa dottteecl t Heed Jabor to on onabjjo enab
able ab G us 1 to stake Wore cotton The Thefear > j jfo e efoar
fear fo r that we wU win mak make too to much cot cotton cotton ot otton ¬
ton has h becoine bM bicoase Me a as a 1 nightmare to the thecotton tbeooUOn thecotton
cotton tamer f toja er ali al alropy ft4r ft4rBut i F FBut I IBllt
But we w have not aoturte4 eU rlc4 to T rite ritoabou riteaJo g a aabout
aJo about abou laamlgratjlRfc IlJunlrl1 110 o went to talk t1 talkabout < l1 l1about
about farming a aJMt itSM0ah fJah ah fariulnc fariulncnot
not merely m ruty Cl01 cropping tJ II ib r of > > f rcbbag 1Jb the theland 11 11land theland
land and nd It wt1lJ3 t ma n b help lp so Mmp I np sirut 3tTUIIg1ln aIruggltng
sling g1ln farmer get oat of tin lh tl r ru rufond tB tBrnd e eand
fond g g4itOD get t oft t3 th smooth track th thpurpone tbPUJpG titer e epurpose
purpose PUJpG of this article wU ivi 1 Rccota Rccotapltshed 10111pIllhedPrcgreIIlvc i ipltsltedProgreastve
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