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and Forks "Ivoroy" Knives '"Ivnrny" ' u KlephftTit Ivory In will not break, (Turk per set. PKGr. .. criELTER n s fjw sa t- m m m z 9r itu. r . i iw prtu-tioa- 170 MAIM BENEFIT DERIVED FROM Make the Liver SPRAYING FRUIT TREES Do its Duty Sheep require good shelter If they h are to be profitable. If the flock is Under Average Conditions Fair Estimate Is About of Total Fruit Is Saved left out In driving rains and bad v Some Statistics. GOOD MANAGEMENT OF SWINE storms the fleece becomes wet through the sheep chilled, and colds, snuffles Sheep Two Systems Now Commonly Used and other disorders follow. The orchard owner is chiefly Inter- of that shown above, but only by tawill endure almost any amount of for Housing Pigs, Both Having In the effect of spraying on tho king the dropped fruit into account ested If they are dry. cold Own Their Advantages. amount of picked fruit free from can a correct estimate of the value of le barn need be only one thickIn most cases the value of the spraying be made. When there is worms. There are two systems now com- ness of matched boards except when In tha spraying was due to reducing the an unusual amount of worminess and are lambs raised winter the for used swine, housing monly amount of wormy windfalls, or, In oth- the best spraying, the benefit due to central house system and the separer words, preventing woruilnesa so spraying will often amount to half of ate houses. Moth have their advanthat the fruit remained on the tree. tho total fruit borne by the tree, aa tages and many farmers will do well On the unsprayed trees an average of was shown by some of our plots to use both to a certain extent. The 26 per cent, of the total fruit dropped which in the case of a tree with tht Important factor In pig pens Is to keep as wormy, and 15.7 per cent, was same amount of fruit as cited above, the swine dry and free Irom drafts. would amount to two barrels Instead wormy when picked. Dump beds and sleeping pens cause In the four orchards In 1908, about of one out of three picked being saved trouble. 28 per cent of the total fruit was by Bpraying. Uut under average conCement floors are preftvable for a wormy drops on the unsprayed trees ditions, It seems a fair estimate thai H" hog house, but sloping pens should alui'l! and Ave per cent, on the sprayed about of tho total fruit, or ways be overlaid with board floors. trees of the fruit actually picked As a rule hogs should be fed outside a.mtc yll An average of all the sprayed plots Is saved as perfect fruit by spraying. on a feeding floor. Insldu feeding Is shows that of the total crop of fruit This Is shown graphically in the acSHEEP BHHN space, unsanitary and wasteful of on any tree, 4.7 per cent, drops as companying Illustration. Such a stateeven though It may be convenient. Sheep Barn. wormy and 4.1 per ceut. is wormy ment of the benefit derived from Wetinlng pigs Is a very Important north then quarters warm enough to picked. spraying is not as striking as to say If not properly weaned It subject. the chilling or the Subtracting the percentage which that but one apple In one hundred of prevent proves detrimental to both the sows lauiba are needed. Ventilation ol drops plus the percentage which Is those picked as wormy, but the forand the pigs. Pigs begin to eut when Is necessary, but direct wormy when picked from 100, gives mer statement merely cloarly states sheds sheep four or Ave weeks old and It Is al- drafts on the sheep must always be the porcentage of the total crop which the facts and only one la a hundred ways best to have them eating well avoided. The space should be about Is picked free from worms, which is of tho picked apples may be wormy, before weaning. They can bo fed to ten feet of floor surface for the essential matter for the fruit and yet the real benefit from spraying the bcxt advantnge In a small pen each square sheep weighing 100 pounds, or grower, says a bulletin of the New may not be as great as on other trees, away from the old sows The pigs 15 square feet for each sheep weigh- Hampshire experiment station. On where a larger proportion of tht will early learn to eat fchellcd corn A burn or shed 20 by ing l&O HOT SPRAYED SPRAYED and a small quantity should always 40 feet pounds. will therefore be required for ' be kept before them, ell her In a a flock of 80 IOC sheep weighing trough or on a clean spot on the feed-lu- pounds each. From IS to 21 Inches floor. When fed on a slop ra- rack space will be needed by each tion the dry corn they consume In addition appears to keep them from sheep. . ?sSv A h fiivXJ' I!?. "0T woaa v 3 Following Is a'de8crlptlon""bfV barn WOSMY scouring. At this state of growth the 32 by 40 feet, which provides In a utmost care should be taken to keep most convenient way for storage tinimals from getting off feed. They apace for the hay and grain to be used In feeding. The barn has solid walla on three aides with the wall of the sftwoMvf nadfwoftwYrt oftnvis . lower story portable on the pasture OROPPtOna. OftOPPtOat. side, ao that It can be thrown open In summer as and serve the Results time, Average during Spraying so 2A . . a shade and shelter for the sheep from the unsprayed plots the picked fruit picked fruit was wormy, but on which the hot sunshine or from storm. worms Is found to average the spraylDg had prevented a large The feed and water troughs can be free from per cent, of the total crop, drop and thus secured a much larger Cement Feeding Floor. either one above the other, or one only 43 while on all plots It averages crop to pick. The old saying that larger trough, may be partitioned oil 70 per cent, sprayed a difference of 27 per "noting will lie like statistics," is well should thrive and grow steadily. to answer for both. of the total crop. Thus a gain exemplified In considering the beneFresh feed, clean troughs and feedThe grain bin Is narrow, and the cent, of about of the seems fits of spraying as often recorded and ing floors, with comfortable quarters full length of the building, to make to be a fair average of the crop will aid much in securing these reactual ben- compared. efit to be derived from spraying. If we sults. Milk Needs Water. base our estimates upon the total fruit The young pigs should be fed at Milk Is mostly water all milk, not borne by the tree. This would mean least three times a day, but not an that on a sprayed tree which picked just the kind the milkman leaves at excessive amount, and may be weaned three barrels of fruit, one barrels of the door. Cows cannot make milk at six weeks, but eight weeks Is preferable. Many farmers allow pigs to perfect fruit, worth fl to $1.25 net. without plenty of water, and they like) had been gained by the spraying. run with their dams for 10 o'r good water, too. 12 If the difference In amount of perAt the old borne farm the cows used weeks, which Is possible where only fect picked fruit was based on the to wade right through the creek to one litter Is produced per year. It Is grood practise to allow a few of picked fruit only, leaving the drops come to the well to drink. The old out of consideration, the benefit would man educated those cows to an apprethe smaller pigs to remain with the ciation of a good drink. appear to be only about sows, when the larger ones are weaned, in order that the milk flow One-Fourt- Kxpress prepaid. Wj u.,ctr Many Disorders Follow When Arv Imals Are Left Out In Driving Storms of Rain or Snow. jet durriasHPi mort' nrloiien. "Ivoroy" knives anil IoiUm tire Ktiurunutt ijuniirutile jilitUsJ silviT, Hit! fork bi?ini! pluti"! over sol id nickel to prevent wcurinir tlirouish mt turiiniB Murk. Ordinal y kikmIk Imvo 12 ilwi, pliilini! tlicxti liuvo 16 KUitrunluitJ Six klliVUN, MX fork $4.50 mat Mjr J L salt lake cur. utah Befoc sending your boy away to a boarding school, investigate ALL HALLOWS COLLEGE one-fourt- h one-thir- SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH d l Catalogue Sent Pres on Application Rov. J. J. Cuinan, Praaidont Nina u'am in tsa 'whea the lirer it right tike stonacb and bowala ana right. ootlT but firmly co Del a laxv liver to - Curo. MANENT CURE FOR Drunkenness and Opium Diseases. it m sefclirSr. Tear a aicaasM. laaiaa a, THE KKEUl IN. Umfit Str..t. Salt Laks City rraatae1 awe lmm. iatly u334u W.ttairSaatk SIITUIE. if H MTPn ajAH I tU AMI WtiMKN to Iarn ImrherTra.le in Kiulit Wwk. 'I'HIllotl. Willi i l( lOlllK. With itartiai set ol tool- -. ., With your own lri'Mi tiHilK Ad Barbai Molar .!. Collage htri'i t. halt l.aketuy, t'tali. U llnniint-rt-ia- l MKN fA.KODAK FIN SHINC END YOUR WORK TO COMMERPIaL CMIPI CD? nirn,nj RUBBER STAMPS 1 SI MAIN Stt M. ST. City MTKNOII.M, (( KM, TKADK KM, Ktu. rull supplies in slock. Una HtiMirr Type Outlll and Mail timers rec-ivprompt siuiiLioii. ALT LAKE STAMP CO.. Salt Laka Citf Enterprise. A Boston doctor sat in a front Beat a Trmoiit street theatre the other la the breathless silence as the third act ncared Its climax, there wad a com mot ion near the door, und then a grave voice said: "Is l)r Hliink In the audience?" Dr. Iilnnk rone calmly, lie passed down thu aisle with the serious, air of one on whom the life of a fellow creature depends. A young man awaited him at the door. 'WellT" sail the doctor. "Well, sir, what U It?" "Doctor." said the young man, as ho drew a lurce wallet from his breast pocket, "I'm Cash & I'ayup's In night, d new collector. Would It be convent-ru- t for you to settle th.it small account this evening?" Washington Star. Scented a Bargain. A worker In the Salvation Army tells the following story: "A dow n and out beggar came along an uptown street the other day where) 1 wan Retting ready to hold a meeting. The man looked pretty much up against It, and I watched him to sea whit he would do. "Me a approached bystander, lut:n f and muttered something. The man asked biut to repeat It, arid 1 heird the beggar any: " '11 ase, air, will you give me 10 i for a bed?' " 'Certainly, certainly. the man replied, taking a dime from his pocket. Where Is the bed V " Itoston Trav- g Indigaa-- boa, Sick tiudacha, and Diatrea after Eating. OX one-fourt- three-fourth- of the sows may be dried off gradually. If this Is not convenient, the sows should be turned In with the pigs once a day for three or four days This will obviate trouble with their udders. SOME s FAULTS IN CHICKENS' COMBS lamb pen 3HEC.P DISEASES OF POULTRY Put a KNOWN n in your vacation outfit .mats. KER'S HAIR BALSAM and bnutifitif th hair. Prumotct a luxuriant irruwth. C1uum fails to Baatore Oraj Kmr Hair to Its Youthful Color. aWHatnamm "tSSSrir-l-S Thompson's Eyt- Watir Many a budding genius has developed into a blooming Idiot. 1 rawy to Ma, small. Imrar-mflland luvifurau aluuian, Uver and buwsls. Luuoasrtpe. Tr. Ptercss take aa runrtv, In he Night School. Teacher (of night school) What do you understand by, the terms "life sentence?" Give an example of one. I pronounced Chicago Trib- Shaggy-HairePupil you husband and wife. une. d Livestock s zrJv goois Inrl-1'ii- h, J th prls, as seen In breeds, side illustration No. I, ure objectionable; No. 2 shows a to be typical; whilst irb too No. 3 paaaea too many serrations; o. 4 Is a weak comb. The roae or jijiihle enjiih, as seen In a typical frr-ant h aa the Wyandotte, a ntt object for admiration, but it must tx firmly ei on the head, the entire surface twlng covered with small corslngle-rcim- b In . l. - PINtTVTJLLOW'S In-e- n j i j rf j j e anl-tn&- l. 1 H? yffj, CcOf7uUJi44C The Ready Theorist. "You see," explained the scientist, "bouse flies are dangerous because they carry germs on their feet." "Ah!" exclaimed the ready theorist; "then the remedy is simple. All you peed to do is to make them wear overshoes and leave them on the porch when tbey come in." He Knew the Kind. Little Edward, aged four, was an He was anxious for .a. only child. baby alster, and was talking of It one day with a iriend of tbe family In the friend's family was a baby girl of. one year. Tbe lady said, "Edward. you may have my baby; she Is pretty , and sweet. "Oh," said Edward, "I don't want an old baby. I want a bran new one wlf noffln on but talcum powder" Red Hen. Hungry Ien't l!c.-.''- Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOHIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that It Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. Tbe Kind You Hare Always Bought. d. two-fol- s Curat aoalp diwaua a halt tailing. aOc.amUl oil at Qnirrlti roomy car. Finally the train rea hod Bloom-fle'Frltx still slept as It pulled In and his fritnl bad to shake him and tell him where be was. "I tanks ymi." said Fritz, as he ros slowly to bis feet. The open door of the car was directly In front of him: . He wg'ked straight out of It. The baggageman sprang to look after him. FrtU slowly picked himself up from the aand by th side of the track, looked up at the door, and said with no wrath In his voice: There should here be some steps. 8L Paul Mspatch. k-- Tit-ISit- OVER WORLO IMS There Should. Frits the gardener was a stolid German who was rarely moved to extraordinary language. Even the most provocative occasions only caused him to remark mildly on bis .Not long ago he came back from the city In the late evening after a hard 'day In the market place. He was sleepy, and the train being crowded, the baggageman gave him a chair In his 81de View. Outside of Roup. Cholera or Chicken Mites Little Is Known of Disorders of Hen. dU-raae- e Signature BARN arc-ill- sr-ris'i- Do, Small Price Small Pill, Small mmtbeai Genuine 1 the feeding of the grain as easy as possible. A loft for bay, straw or fodder Is provided for overhead, and the grain bin hangs from the celling Veterinarians know but ery llttl thus saving spare. about diseases of poultry, and with The slanting bottom on the grain-bipoultry talsera It Is always a propopermits it to be cleaned eaally. sition of roup, cholera or chicken The celling below Is 8 feet Ci the mites. clear and the walls IS feet to the The revenues from poultry products. eavea. In the aggregate, are so enormous that statistics are looked upon with , eler. suspicion. Much money and time have been spent in the Investigation of The Ultimatum. of larger animals, and many Mamma "No. you can't have any r volumes written, yet In economic Imtnor peonies today." In some Instances, are. portance they Child "If you don't Rive Tbe Spoilt romparatlvely Insignificant The chit m one I'll wake the baby.' BrookIndividually represents small value, Never feed rye straw to pregnant lyn Life. ind Is, therefore, neglected; collective ewes. It generally contains more or animal would the ly pay the public A Freak of Nature, lea etgot which produces abortion. debt. Ccd. Dennimm had become the hap If you mate a long, rangy pair, you There are no other food producing are apt to get saw boned, loose pointi t lather of twin, and his unbounded mltnels that suffer a so nearly large blessedneas loss tor dlnase. The ed bogs, that at beat are stow feedprl.jf in this chlrkena begin ers. found 'prdRi'in on every occasion. and are thrown over the fence dying He stood with a friend on the bank A great deal of the sow's future ts long as they last, and perhaps a steps one day as a young woman little red pepper or onions are added usifuineaa depends upon bow ahe Is cared for and led until bred for her passed wheeling o baby carriage con- to the feed as medicine. brat little. taining a prelty girl baby. However. baa the a woman ltKik tjueer," said learned from dire pouHrymsn that It The hog will eat almost anything experience the colonel, loftily, "with only one to keep the hen bona and poul- and turn it Into meat, but this does pays child 7' try yard clean, and every poultry ' not Imply that anything Is good lor the b"g aUer has a few receipts for keepirg Trust Kvortrty. If dusty bay la fed, sprinkle with cholera and roup. The normal iway "I'.'j'iis, you old loafer, do you think rcmperature of the chicken la from water and it will save the borne much It s right to leave your wife at the Tive to ten degrees higher than other . snnoyanre; better still, don't feed it w.h tub while )ou pans your time arm animals, and consequently the at all. If J oil can help IL Bsfrnir?" t A g'Md pair of draft mares will llaeaRea are characteristic and It's all ticht. Mah only to chickens and their kind. perform Oiore work on a farm thaa a wif d m' Shell any wa'cb'ti.?. Not knowing the nature of poultry lifiht team and the same time grow f in ly w'lk Jea' as hard as if I was lis. sfea. arid much baa their cauae, a air of good colt d.ih " L5slou Tl an script. f courae the remed!ea are on a pair A sow will farrow more and better with sixteenth century therapeutics, ga If ste is In a good gaining conA Bc'd Joll.er. as applied to the larger anlma'a and dition when bred. She ahou'd be Mrs lt;iFMisti Yen. we've to nijin kept thrifty during gestation our with considerable hirlim tronlj The Colorado Agricultural college, Sheep can aland almost any d'eree fi ilk iately. I to yon take your coffee thrnnsh its esfierinxnt station, has of dry so.d so long a their fleece is h ir wit'inuf? determined to IMk lno tMs enormous j not wet It in nerea-tarthat sheep N w lioard'T I take u within. Ion Incident to dlseafeji of joultry, have a tight over their heafla. t Trati' ipt. hut If s!l the experiment stations were If you f.aven t oats for the colt, feed t would to undertake the aanie f corn. plenty of coro pien'y Only an Echo. we could expet with clover or alfalfa bay be some time before and watch ve-;. l a Ji'illt-heckling hin They It know as much shout dirne of your your g borsca grow into money i stsnl poultry as we do of th" lare r nf"'iir. At lat be A trough for dipping lambs tan be it no made for very little expense and no U'ht brayd there?" be cried sheep raiser Nnld be without tine. tlly. 2 fet ior.3. 4 feet deep and A tank Training Colta. "It wss only an ccbo." retorted A hore that leads well la a p!ea. feet wide Is big enough for lambs and n ure. IK pin on the colt and train him grown animals jiiji body amid mur lastgbter. 'O Step r;gbt Up. If you find a lamb thoroughly chilled Ji;t afler being bora put hlro Uncomolirnentary. in a tub of warm water and pour Tht Pig Trough. He Kverybody sajs you .married of gin in a balf a pint of hot The should b Ion? teaspoon pig trough fn only for my m'ney, This will enough to that the pig do not bat" water down bis throat. Hhe No I didn't. I know you ooU o fght for a place to eat. quickly put biro on bis feet. It. dear, but f dMn'l "Ya-sa- iMlVER Ti-- J bpation, . 5k. lr"piwVcl A CoB-V- cl new-bor- A POSITIVE and PER- f CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS STRANGE STORY Illustration big, coarse comb. ns. Dry Bran for Feed. It Is a good plan to keep dry bran rWore the fowls at all times. They won't eat too much of It, and It Is a ery good food and acts as a laxative. After chicks are a month old brsn ran I"! placed before theni to eat at their pleasure. to tbe d!4jbt of IVpe It was the an- cestor of all those that havp since lited both In Km ope find America In 1775 a yonng ftiitlsh officer coing to Itoaton. Mas , took along with him, carefully wrapped In oil silk, a 1 1 w f Tre r Itier very twig frrm the genuine "IVrpe willow" tln ItlMorr Iteritln(C Its and gave the precious twla to Mr CurIntroduction Into F.uroiif tis, stepson of General Washington. nd Anwfka, Mr. Curtis planted It near his home In Th're the twig took kindly Virginia This peculiar drtioplng tree haa a to tbe sol', vigorously. It was itrangely Interesting history regarding a child of growing "Pope's willow," the first a introduction Info Kurnre and Amer- one to strike root In America. Iter, This waa after Alexander loj ica In lAfO. General Gates also put out a bbd buiidt-- a home on the Thames Intwig on his farm on Manhattan titer In Kngland. At that time he New York, which grew, and land, s In drum from t fnend Smyrna was known as "Gate's weeping wilaf flga, and with It fhre happened to low tree." t a small twig that greatly excited Jk poet's curiosity so much ao tbat Horses rery often lose their eys so stuck It Into tb ground by the sight through dust and hayseed fail rlrer's bank. Tbe little tree rooted and soon grew. lac Into their eyes from the left abovs Irwtln d lts Little No. 5 shows a Folks fiod delightful satisfaction in a bowl of toothsome Post Toasties When the children want lunch, this wholesome nourishing food is always ready to serve right from tbe package without cooking, and saves man steps for mother. Let tbe youngtcrs have Tost Toastiea Suprfb summer food. 'The Memory Lingers Fostiim Cereal Co, LimiteL Uatila Creek. Mich.