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  • Jones, Jesse McCullah
    Introduction: WHAT IS A CALF: It is well in the first place to consider the question, What is a calf? and at what age it ceases to be such. In this treatis the age will be limited to twelve months because of its general ...
  • McDowell, George Garfield
    Introduction: General Egbert L. Viele, a veteran of the Mexican and Civil wars and numerous Indian campaigns, has well said: “A bad cook is a man’s worst enemy, and a soldier has more reason to dread this enemy of his ...
  • Vance, Gertrude M.
    Introduction: The word carbohydrates is used to designate a large number of substances which are composed of three elements carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen and oxygen always appears in proportion to form water, ...
  • Bainer, Harry M.
    Introduction: To make a good dairy cow, start with the calf. Choose the calf from the best cow, and raise it with purpose in view that it is to be a better cow than its mother. The young cow that is not better than its ...
  • Stone, H. W.
    Introduction: To state with the anarchist that there should be no classes in society is to ignore all natural laws. Yet any thinking observer must perceive that the fixed castes of India and China produce a stationary ...
  • Horn, Margaretha Elise
    Introduction: Theoretically, or in its primary sense, the term caste was applied to certain fixed divisions of society. By fixed divisions, I mean such divisions of society that if a man of ours comes within a certain ...
  • Gripton, David H.
    Introduction: By the term catch crops is commonly understood a crop which is used to occupy the soil at a time when it would otherwise be vacant, whether this vacancy is caused by the failure of one of the regular crops ...
  • Dow, Ula May
    Introduction: During the last few years, it has been generally recognized that for the proper nourishment of the human body, it is necessary to feed what is known as a balanced dietary. It would seem to be difficult to put ...
  • Alexander, Kate
    Introduction: Though 476 A.D. is the date recognized by historians, as the date of the downfall of Rome, it is not to be considered as arbitrary. The forces that undermined that great power, which had dominated the civilized ...
  • Wood, Thomas M.
    Introduction: Visitors at the Centennial Exhibition in 1876 were astonished on hearing the voices of friends brought to them over a wire that extended the length of Machinery Hall - a distance of but a few hundred feet. ...
  • Haggart, Margaret Helen
    Introduction: Within a few years various cereal products, which are called Breakfast Foods have been placed on the market. These are manufactured from wheat, corn, oats and rice and in the making are said to undergo various ...
  • O'Daniel, Mary Lorena
    Introduction: Of all the plants now so universally diffused over the surface of the globe the grasses are of the first importance to man. From them he derives all.the essentials of life. The cereals embracing a portion ...
  • Dille, Alfred Burton
    Introduction: In studying the different epochs of history, we find each one characterized by some particular event- many of which have lived throughout all ages, and others which have flourished for a time, then decayed. ...
  • Cook, Ernest Mansel
    Introduction: The balance is an instrument by means of which we ascertain the mass of bodies in grains, grams, or any other units of mass. We have many mechanical contrivances by the use of which we determine the heavier ...
  • Zimmerman, Effie Jeannetta
    Introduction: As pleasure is the brightest element in our life history it seems well to consider its composition, how obtained and how best effected. We study the chemistry of minerals and all important elements, and by ...
  • Evans, Jephthah W.
    Introduction: Introduction: Were you to ask the western fruit grower which insect in most injurious to his efforts, he would undoubtedly answer ‘the Curculio’. Were you to confront the western grain grower with this same ...
  • Umberger, Grace E.
    Introduction: By “Cleanly housekeeping” is meant, simply, first. The total removal of all dirt, dust and breeding places of bacteria and rendering it totally sanity in every respect, and, second-striving to keep the ...
  • Pope, Willis Thomas
    Introduction: In the rudest stages of life, man depends upon spontaneous animal and vegetable growth for food and clothing, and his consumption of such products consequently diminishes the numerical abundance of the species ...
  • Kessler, John Martin
    Introduction: It is less than a hundred years ago since men found ice valuable enough as a preservative to be shipped to southern lands. Indeed, the users of ice were very few, and it was not until about the middle of this ...
  • Little, Bessie Belle
    Introduction: In the early colonial days, in the history of America, where no schools worthy a mention existed in our own country, where few authors had advanced their works, and before a circulation of newspapers had ...

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