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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Fhy Telephone rates must be increased 220-r Tiru it to facts,ill l�?T�8- t Itow sir /920 160 r4 or Rhi Rob Heil prom evidence produced in the investigation of Telephone Revenue end Cost by the Minnesota Frei troed end warehouse commit Ionthe Tri state Telephone and t Telegraph company have you seen our wide assortment of new and second hand goods merchandise of All kinds at the Best prices see us today we can save you Money new and second hand store r1dgway amp bothum props. 128 West main St. Albert Lea , december 16, 1920 Albert Lea examiner Page three the Best gift of All mrs. Pm Wye r. She Tore off the envelop and read it end looked very Happy giving tin nil Kaseng a a half Dollar. Nobby asked what the Telegram was about. She told him it wan about a Christmas gift she and All the rust of the family wort to receive and when Hobby kept asking again and again a Whit is it Mantua Tda a gave him another Bear Bug and smothered him with kisses. Hobby had a sister. A doth. Twelve yers old and a brother Jim. Ten. Hath of them were too old to sympathize with Hobby in his fatty in Santa Claus bringing him the gift he Hud prompt Mil him in his letter. Indeed they did no to believe Santa Claus really wrote letters to children. Bobby tried his Best to get out of Keith or Jim Wlms made their Mother so Happy but they would not Tell. Indeed they seemed almost an Happy by she. Having failed with them Hobby tried Peter the postman. Peter said he suspected Santa Chius had something to do with the family happiness but he was not sure. So poor Bobby was obliged to Swallow ids curiosity and wait for Christmas morn lot Hobby went to bed on Christmas eve determined to resist the Sandman and a up his eyes open All night so that log might get a glimpse of Santa Clau and see what his remarkable gift was. Hut the Sandman soon began to drop Sand in Hobby s lids Ami lie was asleep in ten minutes after Bis Bead struck the Pillow. When Bobby awoke the Sun was quite High in the heavens la heard the word a Hobby a shouted in ids ears i and it the same time Felt himself gently shaken. He did not awaken by de genes. But All at once. And there standing before him and looking Down Niton him smiling was his papa. A Why papa he exclaimed. A i thought you were never going to come Home any a chants Claus told me that tie was to bring me Home to my Little boy for s Christmas Hobby threw his arms around his father s neck and hugged and hugged and it seemed that he would never production of investigations conducted in Nebraska show wide variation in figures. Feeding perilous Venturi buying right and setting right Arlt controlling Factor a some farm tra carried an Maia through with profit Good Paa Turea and Good Stock Are to Aen tial for profitable beef production. Clan. To copyright a icing to w rite Santa Claus a letter making Linin to b r i n g me the things for Christmas 1 said Ito by Sawyer. A pm a re i a say that because Tapa wont Ever come Home any More we can to have any Christmas gift. I Don t see Why because Pupu was lost at sea Santa he used to. I according to Cost of production in Vest Gallons conducted by the United states department of agriculture b co operation with the University of Nebraska in parts of Nebraska during the past two years the average Cost of Coro fwd cattle Laid Down at mar Kef was #14.91 per Hondr Dweight Foi 2.293 head fed in the Winter of 1918 if $18.88 for 3.1 41 cattle in a Survey study during the Winter of 1910-20 and an average of #13.39 for an add i Oil 795 cattle Uinn which Delai lec Cost lure a were secured during to Sunn Winter. The costs upon Tom droves Wen found to vary widely fron these average ugh ires with fac major portion going to Market the first win Ter 1�lm-i�> tarrying an expense Hill of from #18 a a i a hundredweight while in 191920 the costs of Mot of the it hath were Between $11 held $17 the fact thu far brought out by the investigation would indicate that Dur lug the past two years. In the District covered by tin Survey cattle feeding was a precarious venture More Likely to in unprofitable than not. Then was hit average ins. A or head of $3.17 on tin cattle for which re Ord Wen obtained in 1918-10, and of and g $14.37 on two groups for which re g Only were obtained in 1919201 e these figures Are the results of the g first iwo years work of a five it ear g study of the Basic factors Ltd the cowl g of fattening raffle which is being con s ducted in Nebraska by tie office of g Arm management and 2nr won a it it in 5 ies. In Cimpi Erntson with the Ulver r sly of Nebraska and the Bureau of g animal Industry rutted states depart e ment of agriculture similar studies is Are to telugu conducted in Iowa. Missouri g Illinois and Indiana and preliminary g re Mirin on the work in these state g will be forthcoming shortly e feeding playe minor part e tin greater part of the Nebraska g cattle covered in fac Survey work of 1918-19 made their g Titi a at a Ltd get of hmm 20 to 35 a Enta Jar Pound with extremes ranging from 12 to i Ltd Nis while of the attic covered the next year the Greuter part made their gains at from 10 to 33 is its per Pound with an extreme Range of from 8 to �?o3 cents. While economical feeding in shown to he the major fact or in the Cost of fattening after the steer i Bughi. The investigation Wuh Stantiac tin fact that fading usually plays a minor part in determining profit or loss and that buying Rig Lii and Selling right Are More often the control Ling factors. The cattle in question were bought at Alst the some figure in both year of the investigation. In 1919-19 lire of the droves were bought at in to a a a a and #7, hut most of the cattle Eicr a in the study want into the but at Between #8 and #12. Of the 21 dives covered by the detailed Cost amount ing method 11 Cost Between Flat and $11. The weight of the feeders varied rather widely aval Nging about 7<< pounds with but few Over pounds or under 500. Feed the most important Factor of the Cost of fattening the steer after Purchase was found to constitute from 75 to 90 per. Ent of ail the sex pens involved in handling the steers after being put on feed. A it do variation in coat factors. The wide variation in the factors affecting coat was reflected in equally wide variation in the total Cost of the finished cattle. Thiring both of the years of the study the com of the cat tie covered in the surveys ranged from about a to $22 per Hundred fattened the average for 1919-19 being $14.91, and for 1919-29 $19.88. The droves covered by to -1 accounting method showed a much narrower rang front $10 to $1 with an average of $13.39. The fit urn Ial return titled widely ranging from $,f41 profit or More or head reported for 40 head in 1918 19, to Rwy or More r head toss. Reported for 135 head in 1918 19 and for Over 209 head to 19114-20. As Lut been stated Hist or the average there was a Loe incurred in handling cattle each year reaching #14. -7 i or head As the average a a. Of the 7b> rattle on the detailed route in 1919-20. However ii number of Farmers a or Rich their cattle through with profit. Cutting silage big Factor e material of Short lengths packs More compactly and waste is much leu when fed the fineness of the material that goes into the silo is an exceedingly important Factor in the making of Good silage. It costs More to Cut the material id Short lengths but it pays in the end because it pack More compactly in the Dlo mud there is less waste when it Tsie Ltd a Happy Winter combination lev rapid Zero Oil will Hooray e the Minnesota daily Star = is now published in Minneapolis = _ i Ltd a a i you have not yet subscribed to the Star do it now not or Lily congeal and the bearings to a a Hin it it even in Hub Wro weather. Zero Oil will relieve r your Sta. R from the Strain of turning Over a Crank r Haft a to la a Fin a congealed a x of Ordinary 5 Oil. E in or timid alcohol 5 is the afe t and Anest non freezing preparation for Radiator you Cun obtain. You can explore the North foie without worry of having a burst cd Nulin tor. Aladdin High tem gasoline the Pep Piest High test Gas Olim on the Market. Quick starting assured on the coldest morning. Is free from carbons and the Best part in you done to need to wish your car alone. She will move by the magic touch of Aladdin. Ord i now it our apply for the Holiday Don t mat the occasion by a. Exasperation because the weather conditions Are Bud and you tire not prepare. Hail trip. To the country. Flt one 5b-j leave your subscription at the examiner office Lbert 1-ea i hone 56-j a Pany Minnesota a ome a a Why papa a he exclaimed. Let go. Mamma and a doth and Jim came in and so great Wmk the excite meat that a by forgot to look for Wlms wan in his stocking. Thut was certainly the happiest Chris Tum the Sawyer family Ever a a but or Over would spend. Bobby Wax too Young to have it All explained to him. But when he la older i Moth r i intends to Tell him that i father was on a vessel that was tor edged and sunk. Or. Sawyer was re muted missing but he was Pilot v a up out of the water by an american a ruler and in Lime managed to it Home. After word came that lie a a saved the letter was written to Bobby by his sister As from Sauta Flaus. And afterwards a Tele Gram came saying that his father would be Home on to Hristina morning. hear of children writing to Sania for Arhat they want and i m going to write to him. I so Bobby sat Down and wrote his letter. Lie pc la a Bugle Bugel Aud in hrs Max. Crist Buk and a me of the words were Ai bungle that the old tallow Pusi invt Lead a hard Titue do. Tjo to by a the things Jwj i i lob wanted were i Usu in the Deltef Al Quot and he dbl not doubt for a moment Elliut Santa t Lau would respond Gen Zzz Erst ugly. 5 la no turning shortly before Christ Mas. 1�?~eter tie Mimisi Iomini left a letter at the do or a dress a to ill pm it saw yer. I eur who Hud Long delivered tie s letters of the Sawyer Feuilly would not Public i auction s 1 will sell at Public auction on the c. P. Hulle a Gaard farm near the Kerdahi Creamery commencing at one o clock p. M. Thursday dec. 23 wrote his Lottor. Give it to anybody but Hobby saying i that Santa l Luss required him to give j an Leters marked a from Kris Kringl a to the child to whom it was addressed and to no one else. Hobby Al edit a it am read �?o18ai Bobby Quot i have received your letter and will a thug you lie finest t Bri Styias present you Ever reel eel in yur life. A Santa i Lai id of a mrse was delighted with this and he noticed that try in tie time of ils receipt Ever thing about the Law use seemed to take on a certain a Heel news. Hobby Laid in wait for l a Ter when he came again and asked him a lot of quest ions us to How Aud where Santa our gave him the letter. Fete said that lie not Ernd Ted to Teh children any tidus about Bantu to luus. They mud bang up their Hocking and wait for him to fill them. This was three Days before t Irist maa Bobby who was very watchful detected ids Mother smuggling in certain packages. Till puzzled him for Bis Mamma had told him there would to to no gifts this year Aud he did notes sect any except what Sauta thus would bring i obey asked Bis Mother it what site brought in was intended for t a Rixtun. But she gave him no satisfaction though she took him ilk her arms and gave hic a Bear Bug and a dozen kisses. She seemed As Happy As if she expected Santa Claus to bring everything be wanted for Christmas. The Day la before christinas a a slug or boy came with a Telegram for the following described property 30 head of cattle h 3 cows coming fresh soon 4 two year old heifers s h 4 steers weight 700 lbs., 10 steers weight 500 lbs. H 8 heifers weight 500 lbs., 1 Aberdeen Angus Bull m weight 2000 lbs. The yearlings and steers Are All High Grade Aberdeen Angus Stock. 17 August pigs weight about 75 lbs 300 bushels = h of oat i 200 bushels of Corn 15 tons of tame Hay m h and some ens Ilage. About 30 shocks of com Fod = Der. 5 pure bred barred Rock roosters and other be articles too numerous to a s s terms All sums under $10 Cash Over that s amount one year s time will be Given at 8 per cent. Of Christ Jenson owner h a. Erickson clerk we. Nelson aug.

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