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  • Bottomly, Herbert Jefferson
    Introduction: If there is one class of farm animals that is misunderstood, undervalued, and uninvestigated by the majority of farmers in the United States, both in the corn belt and out of it, it is the bacon hog. Investigation ...
  • Duehn, Carl O.
    Introduction: Pure drinking water is a requisite of good health. Therefore the condition of our drinking water should interest us all. Although bacteria are found most everywhere in external nature, water is one of the ...
  • McDonald, Vera Alta
    Introduction: Bacteria are found every-where in nature, except at very high altitudes and at great depths. Among these various places, the dust of the air contains a great number of these minute microscopic organizations. ...
  • Rogers, Jessie Loyde
    Introduction: Bacteriology is practically a new science and is one of utmost importance to each and every one of us, for our health alone. The science is only about twenty-five years old and at present is commanding the ...
  • Dunlap, Olive B.
    Introduction: It has come to be known as a universal fact that bacteria are present and can live, thrive and grow in almost any climate in which man and animals can live except in the far north. When conditions become ...
  • Otto, Henry; Spohr, George A.
    Introduction: The purpose of this thesis is to find the micro-organisms which cause suppuration in enclosed abscesses. In working with abscesses before they were opened to the action of the surrounding atmosphere, the ...
  • McCoy, Nellie Reeder
    Introduction: Bacteria are very small plants, which can be seen separately only.by the use of a high power microscope. The Science of Bacteriology teaches that these micro-organisms are present abundantly practically ...
  • Pyle, Charles A.
    Introduction: The necessary requirements for the growth of bacteria being considered, it readily appealed to the writer that the surface of the human body furnished all of these necessary requirements. The excretions and ...
  • Johnson, Charles Frederick
    Introduction: Bacteria are very beneficial organisms to the agriculturist especially certain parts of them. Bacteria are small living organisms that live as parasites on organic material, dead or alive. They are composed ...
  • McCullough, William Andrews
    Introduction: The human mind in its earnest search for the existing realities of the world is constantly before our eyes, those things which nature has seemingly obscured from our view for centuries. In his process of ...
  • Stokely, Charles H.
    Introduction: A variably loaded crank is one that is loaded and relieved at certain intervals of its path of rotation. A good example of one is a hay press, or _____ pump crank. A moment is the measure of a tendency of a ...
  • Tucker, Walter Percival
    Introduction: An election was recently held in one of our large cities. Voters, as usual, were scattered about discussing the candidates and the general situation. Presently one of them was approached by a very pleasant ...
  • Rokes, John Albert
    Introduction: “The life is measured by the soul’s advance, the enlargement of its powers, the expanded field wherein it ranges, till it burns and glows with heavenly joy, with high and lasting hope.” The objects of a true ...
  • Cook, Ida E.
    Introduction: He who has the privilege of laying out home grounds should consider the work as an art - for it demands quite as much in the way of aesthetic feeling, creative power and executive skill as does the art of ...
  • Eastman, Robert Edward
    Introduction: A discourse on this subject may to some seem out of place and altogether base in its implications; and, it is with complaisance and a feeling of deference that the writer labors under in the attempt to dabble ...
  • McCurry, N. Ollie
    Introduction: As we press forward in the eager search for knowledge and truth, seeking wisdom from the study and experience of the great scholars of the Medieval and present period; reaching out for the more complex things ...
  • Reed, Nora May
    Introduction: To anyone who intends to manage bees for profit, knowledge of their structural peculiarities and life history will aid greatly in determining more accurately what conditions are necessary to their greatest ...
  • Poole, G.
    Introduction: As beef production is one of the most prosperous and promising industries in the state of Kansas, and as it is yet in its infancy of development, there are many problems connected with it which are very ...
  • Paddleford, Hattie A.
    Introduction: An industrial education should mean a thorough preparation for some special form of manual labor. Formerly the system of apprenticeship afforded ample means for the boys to obtain such an education, but even ...
  • Butterfield, Earl Carver
    Introduction: In this paper the term graftage is used in its more general sense and includes both budding and grafting. Although the practice has been looked upon by some as mysterious and by others as pernicious, yet it ...

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