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People are getting very badly b
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Mr. Jack Simonds, of Ogrceta,
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Mr. John Stiles, of Murphy, w
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8 Mr. J. II. Crisp is planning i>>
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mjfcPHV. NORTH CAWOLIHA
FARM DRUDGERY LESS
300,000 Farms Lightening Work
by Electrical Means.
On Others Women Carry an Average
of Forty-five Tone of Water
Old fashioned drudgery without any
social compensation Is decreasing
among the farms of America. This
can be positively stated after examining
a eurvey of farms made by elec
of that survey was that one-tenth of
all the farms of the United States are
equipped for electrical operation.
It sounds significant to say that
; 300.000 farms are now "doing It elec|
trically " But it sounds eveu more
i significant to state that there are
2.700.000 other farms where electricity
On these latter the old burdens are
borne In the old way. The women feel
them probably more than the men.
Any farm woman who has reached
middle life and who has never had an
electrical appliance in her house
knows how drudgery can kiii uie
The investigation mentioned brought
out certain information. It was found11
that 61 per cent of the farm women on
unelectrlfied farms carry water from
the well every day and average about
forty-five tons of water a year. Often
the women assist In the dairy work of
the farm, and 88 per cent of them
wash the milk pails, while 65 per cent
clean the cream separators.
In their daily housework?the same
rcr? work that city housewives per
form?94 per cent of the women do
tbeir own baking and 95 per cent of
them do their own sewing.
They cannot fall back upon the convenient
corner bakery or grocery for
a loaf of bread or a dozen or so of
rolls. Neither can they readily call in
a dressmaker when they want to have
new clothes. And on most farms the
noonday meal Is the big meal of the
day. representing an appalling amount
of labor. Then, if ever, they need a
power aside from their own hands If
black drudgery is to be overcome.
On farms where electric power has
been put to work the story is not what
it us? d to be. And the spread of the
electrical idea among farmers is
brightening the future for young farm
wives just "setting up" with their husbands.
so that these young women
may avoid the bowed backs and un
timely traces of advancing age which
their mothers and their grandmothers
The new emancipation, most observ
} ?... -4.!1 ?v is colnc to come among
those 2.700.000 farms where electricity
has not yet taken up Its abode.
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A had agreement la better than a
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Never show the bottom of your purse
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He who gives fair words feeds with
an empty spoou.
The best watching la that which
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"fell a woman she la beautiful, and
she will soon turn fool.
l'alnt and patches give offense to a
husband but hope to a lover.
Keep company with good men and
you'll tncreuse their number.
When your neighbor's house la or
I lire, curry water j?u.
He who would have not trouble lx
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It Is s long way frorn the wigwam
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We forget to strive and aspire, to do
better even than Is expected of us.
He wbo owns an acre of land owns
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