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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas THE WESTERN MAGAZINE SECTION MAY PAGE SEVEN A HIRED MAN PUT OUR JContinued from page 6 Also I borrowed and built a new It took me a long time to pay off those but the good profit I was making gradually cut down my obli gations so that within a few years I was able to start paying on my 86 Besides this of which my who is my owns 36 I rent 500 acres of pasture from my father and the Packing years into paragraphs like this makes it all sound pretty as if I were always As a matter of I worked gradually in to the tlaiiy using what fore sight and experience I had and mak ing a great many mistakes at every My old cow Jane Lewis was really responsible for ray good and my parents help was another factor large ly responsible for rny For the past three years I have been in partnership with ray Albert and that has I was just getting squared around when the war broke With it came thousands of soldiers to the training camp at San Gov ernment officials took over supervis tion of all milk produced in this sec tion and set up certain Of the thousand dairies supplying the city only my product could be sold to soldiers without At the close of the war a commis sion of local interested in obtaining Certified Milk for the asked me to adopt the certified stand Their investigation of my plant that to screen the barn and dress my help in white iiniforms was about all I Of course the rules call for brushing the cows udder out side the barn and washing it while she is in the and stripping and dis carding the first milk but I had been doing most of those As a making Certified Milk didnt add anything to my expense nor cause any Each days milk is sold that the bonnet which fits over the top of the bottle having the day of pro duction printed on Every bottle bears the name Sunshine I want people to know and I invite LONELY HEARTS fM tor I HAVE YOU MAKES Many of your friendathinkthatyott too You too realize So WOT dont you get rid of that extra more pounds I ana clinician licensed by the State of New 1 have for treated men and women orerburden ed with flesh many reduced at a very rapid for my patienta treatmentaswiHinmy produce not only ton of weight without but an improvement to Dont take my word Let me aend you AND INTERESTING BOOKLET convince I have successfully treated of patients for fat reduction Without starvation diet or unnecessary and without payment until ductlon has taken place Iff Mf so desire 76 Mist WMtotf ken lost 76 OB o mutt Saute ttfitui I mt nmtf boMiWitfrinrf Mttcft Jtr MM JW Make up yoor mind thto very to rid of Oat treatment i them to come out and look my Two years ago I got things in shape so I could devote my entire time to I started a system of bookkeeping and Youd be surprised the leaks I found in what I thought was an efficient plan of op For one thing I discovered I could get much better results and save money by mixing my own raw feeds into balanced rations instead of buying a commercial Putting the feeding job in the hands of inexperienced men often results in We get around that by comparing feed costs with milk pro duction figures and establishing a minimum grain allowance based on milk Each Holstein cow gets one pound of 20 per cent grain mixture for each 3 12 pounds of Jerseys get a pound of grain for two pounds of Perhaps the greatest thing these records have done is to show us how to handle twice as many cattle with out a corresponding increase in labor These facts came in handy at the as I contemplated buying out the other certified I had purebred and sonic of pliysisians advocatingthe use of Certified Milk claimed Jersey milk was too high in butterfat for babiea and very sick Of course thia verdict didnt curtail our bull it made it a little difficult to find 4 volume outlet for the product of mjj 100 But with a corner ort certified as we would have with the other one retailed offered to take our entire We bought the 100 herd of bred and grade and by ar ranging my milking period so that each stall is used four times instead of twice we didnt need any addi tional barn we dis covered the use of three milking ma chines would save the equivalent 2 12 thus adding a profit odj a month to our labor I study the figures closely and if the costs in any one department the cost of milk gets beyond what is it doesnt taks me verj long to put a finger on the 1 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CHILDS BEST LAXATIVE TAKEN BY THE Continued from page 4 Indian The finding of this on the fate of these children was gratifying to the although the information came from a library more than fifteen hundred miles from the Congressional Library in Wash in which the Austin Daily Re publican of June was filed Having found these two bits of infor mation concerning the Llano the writer was all the more anx ious to find some trace of the later history of the boy but as be all indications as to his final fate were lost in the uncertainties of the fragementary records bearing on fron tier Becovery of the Boy One may well imagine the surprise of the writer when he obtained from a bookseller in Thomas Batteys diary of his life among the Indians of the printed in New York in containing an ac count of the recovery of the boy cap tive and his restoration to his Since the entry in Batteys diary is far more interesting than it would be to retell the the following entry is given in full llth Temple Friend brought in by Horse Back with Adolph though ap pearing to be a very intelligent having been taken had forgotten the English lan remembering only the scene of his his mother having been while his father whose given name he re members to have been and a sister older than were away from There seemed to be no clue by which this boy could be identified and the whole household at the Agents were becoming attached to when an old gray headed a Methodist Minis who had for many years act ed as a missionary on the fron tier of arrived from Kansas where he BOW haiing ieen a notice in the pa pen of the delivery of two un Jbiown this agency and also received a letter from the Agent to the same came to sec if he could recognize in one of them his long lost He had spent much money and had traveled over fifteen thousand miles in his unwearied and efforts were crowned with The old man gently put his arm around the boy and drew him toward The tears started in his as he slowly uttered the Temple The boy started as if from looked at the old and hav ing learned a few words of Eng lish The old man pronounced the name of his sister Florence The boy with a look of unutterable replied as HURRY MOTHER Even a w feverish child the pleas ant taste of California Pier Syrup It never fails to open the A epoonfui today may prevent a uiik chlldj Ask your druggist for genuine Calm fornia Fig Syrup which has printed on the Mother You must say California or you may get Imitation fig Lift OffNo Pain We learned from the grand fatherthat Temple is thirteen years of was captured in and has been with the In dians five His mother stepmother though transfixed by an through both arms and having the cords of her hands or wrists severed and having been ecalped in two still lives to rejoice over the return of this her long son who was dead and is alive was lost and is was the last chapter in Tak en by the Indians brought to a sat isfactory conclusion the families of these heroic pioneers were happily re Unfortunately this was not the conclusion of many other misfor tunes of this Many women and children were carried away into cap tivity and were never heard of after Many died from cold and ex posure on the bleak plains during the others were later jnurdered by their while oth still were adopted into the tribes and soon lost their identity as civil jbed Not many happy par could write such a finis to exper iences of a son or daughter who was lead and is alive was lost and te Doesnt hurt one Drop a Frcezone on an aching Instantly that corn atops then shortly lift It right 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