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  • Waugh, Mary Lana
    Introduction: Webster calls a salad “a preparation of uncooked herbs, usually dressed with salt vinegar, oil or spices, and eaten for giving a relish to other food, “ a dish composed of some kinds of meat, especially of ...
  • Zimmerman, Frederick
    Introduction: The first thing to consider in the production of sanitary milk is the stock. All animals should be free from the slightest trace of disease; they should be tuberculin tested, as this is the only certain way ...
  • Gilstrap, Effie
    Introduction: Centuries ago, in a wilderness, Moses gave to the Jewish people laws, which us as Christians are only beginning to formulate. The pillar of fire and cloud was leading them over scorching deserts and through ...
  • Wiest, Flora Emilie
    Introduction: We find very many today who are always ready and willing to give advice on all subjects whether asked for it or not, and even if it is not wanted. No matter what you think about it they always know a better ...
  • Schuler, Martin Roy
    Introduction: Alfalfa would probably have been grown in Kansas as a staple crop long before it was generally recognized as such, if those who first introduced it into the state had more thoroughly understood the nature of ...
  • Cory, Victor L.
    Introduction: Object of Investigation.- The cabbage plant, Brassica oleracea, presents us with a wider range of varieties than perhaps any other cultivated plant. There is no other of our garden vegetables which gives so ...
  • Ridenour, Etta
    Introduction: It has been said that “The aim of education for the boy in America is to make of him a free, self-directing, man; a man ready and able to act intelligently, nobly, and strongly in all affairs of life; a man ...
  • Lyman, Mary Eliza
    Introduction: “Opinion” says Sir Thos. Brown, “rides upon the neck o reason; and men are happy, wise or learned according as that empress shall set them down in the register of reputation. However, weigh not thyself in the ...
  • Edelblute, Jennie
    Introduction: Critics in estimating the worth of authors are apt to overlook men who do not take part in some great movement of the day, as did Whittier our great Abolitionist poet. This has especially been true of our ...
  • Bishoff, R. W.
    Introduction: From the earliest history of society we find a tendency for men to band themselves together for the protection of themselves and their families; and these primitive forms of society have grown up and sustained ...
  • Smith, Fredrick John
    Introduction: It seems almost incredible that in a country where there is freedom with all its attendant advantages and possibilities; where there is such an immense acreage of tillable land; where not only the precious ...
  • Gist, Almon Arthur
    Introduction: Time has just completed the first chapter in the history of our Republic, 1889 dates one hundred years since the epoch of our federal unite. It was in July, 1778, when the greatest statesmen of colonial times ...
  • Scott, Robert Douglas
    Introduction: Soil is defined as disintegrated and pulverized rock, mixed with animal and vegetable matter, the proportions of each being variable, ranging from a trace to quite a large percentage of either constituent. ...
  • Streeter, Lyman Bradley
    Introduction: For the last fifty years the farmers of Kansas have been continually taking crops from the soil with little thought of returning anything to it. Likewise, little attention has been given to the rotation of ...
  • Cole, R. C.
    Introduction: To almost every agricultural section of the world the subject of soil moisture is important. At no place do we at all times find the water supply perfectly suited to the greatest crop production. True in some ...
  • Umberger, Harry
    Introduction: While generally the soil of Kansas is said to be abundantly rich in all the essential elements of plant life and. the climate well adapted to the growth of, plants, yet in many localities in Central Kansas ...
  • Hodgson, Edward Howard
    Introduction: The importance of the subject of soil moisture has been abundantly shown in many parts of the United States, but is of the greatest importance in the central west where there is such a scarcity and unequal ...
  • Cottrell, Sarah Esther
    Introduction: The one essential to all life is nourishment. Nowhere can life exist unless it requires nourishment from some source. It may be obtained directly or indirectly but food must be had in some form or else there ...
  • House, Edouard W.
    Introduction: When the students of the agricultural, domestic and general science courses reach the spring term of their second year, they are required to take up a very interesting subject, that of entomology or the study ...
  • Fish, Frances Walker
    Introduction: When people are in a low state of civilization the foods consumed are such as may be found near their homes and are not changed much from in which they are grown. As civilization advances the taste of the ...

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