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  • Owens, George Washington
    Introduction: The growing importance of the dairy industry in Kansas during the past few years, has attracted much attention to this new line of business in our state. This interest is manifested in the numerous, animated, ...
  • Groves, Charles Alfred
    Introduction: Perhaps never before in the history of the famous Kaw Valley has such a disaster been sustained by the farmers in that valley as resulted from the great flood, May 28th to June 5th, 1903. The Grass-hoppers ...
  • Oman, Andrew Edward
    Introduction: The subject evergreens is at once of interest, for it suggests trees of durable beauty. Be it in summer or in winter, evergreens stand clothed in their never failing verdure. With the winter snow bearing down ...
  • Richardson, Emmit D.; Brant, Walter J.
    Introduction: Object: To design and construct at the shops of the Kansas State Agricultural College, a gasoline traction engine that shall fulfill the following requirements; The engine shall have but one set of gearing ...
  • Holzer, Hiram Adsit
    Introduction: The following is a design for a tool to be of convenience for general machine shop use; such as pressing in bushings, shafts, mandrills, or tight fitting pins of any kind. It has a maximum power of seven tons ...
  • Richards, H. P.
    Introduction: Design for a 75 H. P. (A. S. M. E. standard) horizontal multitubular boiler. Working pressure if 100 pounds per sq. inch. Test pressure is 150 pounds per sq. inch. Length of tubes, 15 feet which is not to ...
  • Schottler, Martin William; Haan, Samuel P.
    Introduction: In designing this plant we have endeavored to meet the requirements of an up-to-date telephone exchange. With the increasing demand for the telephone, comes the necessity of improving the arrangement and the ...
  • Elsas, Marshal; Hubbard, Harvey B.; Cooley, Jerome Earl
    Introduction: In determing the feasibility of utilizing Water-power to operate electrically the industries of any city, many things must necessarly be taken in to careful consideration. Among which are; the amount of ...
  • Christensen, Frederic Waldemar
    Introduction: The Kansas coals occur in various shales and all positions, from the Cherokee shales at the base to the Osage shales, 2000 feet above. The order and position of the strata is shown in the generalized section ...
  • Ross, John F.
    Introduction: What is soundness? Just what is meant by a sound horse is a much disputed question. Many litigations have arisen over the interpretation of the word. Veterinarians as a rule have very little knowledge of law ...
  • Buell, Thomas Warner
    Introduction: The range of the future will either be occupied by the owner or be under his supervision. It will thus be well handled and instead of being simply a semi wilderness will be the seat of homes and settled life. ...
  • Christensen, George Luther
    Introduction: The experiment of which the following is an account, was not undertaken in the hope of discovering new facts or new laws with which physicists were not already fully acquainted, nor can it be said that it had ...
  • Minis, Mary Frances
    Introduction: In this review will be given only the chief influences that have affected education, together with a few of the teachers and leading methods of instruction. Education is not an element of civilization alone, ...
  • Shellenbaum,Edward
    Introduction: Astronomy is both a new and an old science. It is old in the sense that is has been studied in ages gone by, by the oldest nations that ever existed, as the Chaldeans, Romans, Egyptians, and many others, ...
  • Smith, Charles F.
    Introduction: Preparatory to bringing the western land into market, sections numbered 16 and 36 in each township were to be reserved for the benefit of the schools of the country. The act of 1861 admitting Kansas as a ...
  • Cress, Alverta May
    Introduction: The English lyrics as one author defines them are short poems, “dealing with one thought, essentially melodious in rhyme and structure, and if a metaphor may be taken from a sister art, a simple air without ...
  • Finley, George William
    Introduction: In treating this subject we propose to divide it into three main divisions which are more and less uniform throughout. The first of these will take us from earliest time to the decline of Roman Literature. ...
  • Melton, Alice Maude
    Introduction: In beginning a study of the essay we should first know something of the nature of this division of literature. The essay is an endeavor to elucidate within certain limits, the most important facts and thoughts ...
  • Cooley, Ruth
    Introduction: This is a farmers family consisting of four men and two women, all in good healthy condition. The four children attend college and do work enough at home to keep their appetites good. The studies were continued ...
  • Rose, Flora
    Introduction: The art of feeding has long been a feature of civilization, but scientific feeding is of recent date and may be said to be still in its infancy. A dietary standard is nor in acceptance which is the result of ...

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