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JV* 5k*? Season's Stylish SHOES Let's show you! Ladies' Patent Turn Button Shoes 3.95 $ COWS ON PASTURE NEED SOME GRAIN. Does It pay to feed grain to dairy cows when they nro turned out to pasture? This Is a question that claims the attention of dnlrymen nt. this time •f year. In most cases there will be an Increase In the milk flow from a herd when the cows are fed grain in addition to the pasture, but will the Increase In milk flow pay for the amount of grain fed When the cows are first turned to pasture in the spring The Brown Swiss cow Is becoming more popular In this country. This breed is one of the two popular types raised In Switzerland. They are primarily used for dairy pur poses In the old country, but are classed as dual animals In the Uplted States. They give a fair amount of milk, fatten readily when dry, mature' early and are popular where both milk and beef •re desired. Brown Swiss rival the Holsteln cattle in weight. It Is always best to feed them grain for awhile until the grass gets more ma ture. The grass in the early part of the season contains a high per cent of water, and it is almost Impossible for any of the cows In the herd to obtain enough nutriment from this grass at this time,. After the cows hare been on grass for a week or. ten days It will be necessary to feed only the best cows. As long as the cow la producing not over a pound of butter per day it is possible for the necessary feed to be secured from a good pasture. A cow that will produce one to two pounds of butter per day cannot get the re quired nutriment from the pasture alone. If the cows freshen In the lata wlnter or early spring, they will be In -their full flow of milk at time grua coiner on. Their ration will need bore consideration than the ra tion of the cows that calved in the tell. As a general thing the cows that calra In the spring will need some ass"***- la P3 case Urn Sale on Lace Curtains at per pair 29c $7.48 CHILDREN'S COTTON DRESSES at Women's and Misses' Dresses Pretty, Stylish and High Grade Goods Extraordinary priced for this sale at CMATTANOOpA KNITTING MILLS Solves- is ui (mature ror tlie cows It will pay always to feed something to keep up the milk flow. If the cows are allowed to fall off in milk flow at this Ume, they will not come back to it at any time later In the season. It is well to have some green forage crops on baud to supplement the pas turo during the hot summer months. Corn is the best crop for this purpose because of its high yield, and it can be grown almost everywhere. One of the main reasons why many cows are not profitable milk and but ter producers Is that they are allowed to freshen in the spring and are not fed properly through the summer when the grass dries up and becomes unpalatable. Cows handled in this manner usually dry up before winter sets in or they are giving a very small amount of milk at the time there is the greatest demand for milk and milk products. The length of time they are in milk is thus cut down, and if it were possible to know the total pro duction for the period while in milk they would be found to be very un profitable.—Professor O. ID. Reed, Kan sas Agricultural College. Making Pork Quickly. Start before the pig is weaned. The sow should be fed with soaked ground oats or slop made of shorts until the pigs are about eight weeks old. By this time they have learned to eat fairly well. It Is well to feed the pigs near the mother, but she should not be allowed to eat with them. The pigs should be fed slop and corn, together with some other succulent food if in summer time, blue grass pasture is good. No more feed should be put into the trough than the pigs will eat Just enough to keep them growing rapidly is enough. Feed and water regularly and see that every pig comes to his feed. If any of the little fellows seem to be sick put them out and give a small ration for awhile, and the chances are that they will come out all right with out any further treatment Value of Silage. Since "the introduction of the silo dairying has made more rapid prog ress because the silo makes it possible to carry on dairy work profitably throughout the entire year, No feed has ever been found that can take its place. Bids For One Steel Bridge The Board of County Commis sdouers will receive bids for on* steel bridge for Garfield town ship, on June 2nd., 1911, at eleven A.M. The bridge to be 39 Sect ion# and 12 £e4t high. The Board reserves the right to Accept or reject any or all bide J. A* Baf, OottDtjr Auditor. *L4 ZS 'A ^\Y§ •I th» ^ctioot—Dam wear problem Moneys Worth or Money Back May A. Knappen, M. S. Postmaster. State of Ohio, Ciity of Toledo, Lucas County. Prank J. Cheney makes oath tliat ho is senior partner of the firm of P. J. Cheney & Co., do ing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sn.ni of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR f, for each and every case of Catar rali that cannot bo cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. TH^PEOPigs^S^^'gg in We have had some weather that reminds you that Summer Shopping is to be done soon. This Announcement will remind you of the BEST PLACE TO DO THAT SHOPPING. A Guarantee of Satisfaction in every purchase, or your money back, makes safe shopping double sure here. $3.48, 3.95, 4.95, 5.95,9.95 -J $6.95 8.95 9.95 12.50.I3^18.50 Advertiseed Letters The following letters remain unclaimed) in this office for the week euidiiig iMay 13t.li. 1911. •Afliithoaiy, Mr. .1 oJm Altlnnan, Mrs. Ituuy Berg. Mr. Paul Barton, Ed. Casey, Mr. Tom First Cloud, Mr. Jonah lamson, Sarah Hummel, Mr. C. E. Rockst, Mr. Joe K.oiiviljle, Mrs. Alex V. Sungkdeshayolia, Paska Swenson, Mrs. Swn Swansan, Miss Agusta If nolt called foir within two weeks thy will snt to th dad letter office. Pn^C^flO^C. School Days Bring Many Problems ^J!V.iiJ.ii.i.u.B'iiiLijriJBnimM^F FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence, this 6th, day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. G-laason, (Seal) Notary. Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and adts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimon ials free. F. J. Cheney $ Co., Toledo, O. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. "Wanted An energetic man or woman to represent us on the sal of our splendid goods in this town. Big money and permanent, trade. For full particulars, ad dress quickly California Perfume Company, 319 to 329 New Nelson Building, Kansas City, Missouri. For Sale—M. B. turkey eggs. 15 to 20 cents each. Pekin Due1 eggs, 75 cents per 11. Special prices on large quantities. MM. H. \r.. ... ___ .. ^1 Leap-frog, hop-scotch, foot ball, and many other games need have no terrors for the mother who has bought her son ItnTBhteilicae. Let him scuffle, slide, jump all I will be at P. For Sale. Have 12 full-blooded Plymouth rocks and one cockerel for sale. Thomas Osman. For Sale. Swedish select oats for seed and early Ohio potatoes. "W. R. Morris. Stisseton,. Style and Service One should never sacrifice ser vice for style, but in buying glasses from me this is not necessary. The Price Does not even have to be increas ed to give you both. It is simply a question of knowing my business and selecting the shape and size which will be most harmonious with the fea tures of each individual. Mak inquiry of any of your friend who have investigated and they will all tell you, for en tire satisfaction, go to M. N. Schmidt. E. Crockett, Graduate Eye Specialist. Office over Red Cross Drug Store Sale on Room Size Rugs 9 by 12 Brussel Cft QC Rugs $0«9U New Coats for the Summer Smart Light Weight Models You owe it to your children to see that they are well dressed and comfortable. How can it be done on the least money Stockings have been the greatest trouble. You know the kind that look well until the first recess. If your boy is the right kind of boy, he plays so fast he forgets all about.his stockings. To grow he must play that way. (Jive him the kind of stockings that take care of themselves— Very specially priced for this sale at over holes, no ravel. These wonderful stockings are made from Wunderyarn dyed with Wunderdye. Wundeiyarns are spun from the largest aad toughest cotton fibre known. They are twisted and combed until they have the strength of rope, with the "feel" of silk. Only double threads of Wunderyarn—no single ones whatever—are used in filTnhde'iho&fc The heels, toes and knees are reinforced, and remember the strength of re-inforcing yarns does not depend oil the thickness. That is one of the reasons why the heels and toes of are so soft and pliable and yet so strong. In families the mother helps her children with their books when other mothers are slaving with the darning needles. A. Dalil four find one-hall' miles northeast of Ef'inglon adout May 1st, to take cattle to pasture this sninnioir. Will come and ge.t your stock and return them hi the fall. Any one wishing to send stock should leave word with Mr. Dahl. P. J. Freeman, Sunnyside, S. Dak. 25. 39. 50. 75. 98 CENTS TO $2 95 the play ground—no strain, no SEND The PS Summer Oxfords It's Oxford time! 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