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Monday:

Breakfast-Bread, coffee, syrup.
Dinner-Noodle soup, vegetables, bread, peaches.

Supper-Bread, milk, corn bread.
Tuesday:

Breakfast-Hash, bread, coffee.
Dinner—Corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, bread, peaches.

Supper-Bread, milk, hominy.
Wednesday:

Breakfast-Bread, coffee, syrup.
Dinner—Beef stew, dumplings, potatoes, bread, peaches.

Supper-Pea soup, bread, milk, cheese.
Thursday:

Breakfast-Rolled oats, bread, syrup, coffee.
Dinner-Roast beef, potatoes, beet pickles, bread.

Supper-Bread, milk, hominy.
Friday:

Breakfast-Bread, coffee, syrup.
Dinner-Bread, butter, eggs, potatoes, tomatoes, peaches.

Supper-Bread, milk, rolled oats.
Saturday:

Breakfast-Bread, milk, ginger bread, peach sauce.
Dinner-Bread, sausage, tomatoes, peaches.
Supper-Bread, milk, ginger bread, peach sauce.

The following report of farm and garden products and farm census,.is submitted by this institution for the year ending September 30, 1905 : 1. Name of farmer:

City farm, G. W. Farmer; new site, farm
A, Norman Corser; B, Thomas Murphy; C,

None.

None.

As above.

Wallace D. Rhines; D, Rufus A. Putney; F,
Goodwin G. Mott; G, Guy P. Ford; H,

Charles H. Armstrong.
2. Number of citizens employed on farm....

a. Salary of each.....

b. Number of months employed yearly.. 3. Number of inmates employed on farm:

City farm, 15; A, 15; B, 12; C, 16; D, 12;
F, 14; G, 14; H, 12.

a. Number receiving salary...

b. Salary of each... 4. Number of citizens employed in garden...

a. Salary of each......

b. Number of months employed yearly.. 5. Number of inmates employed in garden

a. Number receiving salary...

b. Salary of each .. 6. Number of inmates otherwise employed.

a. Salary of each... 7. Detailed statement of duties of farmer and farm supervisors:

Farmer city farm has charge of cadets doing work in the school garden; looks after greenhouse, lawns, walks, shrubbery, fruit, etc. Each farm supervisor has charge of the farm on which he lives, and is responsible for cadets living with him and for stock, tools,

buildings, etc., on the farm. 8. Detailed statement of duties of farmer and em

ployees doing garden work:

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NEW COTTAGE AND BARN AT RUSH.

At the new site the garden is an incident of the farm work of each farm, and cannot be considered apart from the farm work.

9. Total number of acres (new site, 1406; city,

144611

40 10-11) 10. Number of acres in farm owned by state (new

site, 1406; city, 16)...... 11. Number of acres in farm leased or rented by

1422

state.

None.

None.

84

13621

64

350

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26

12. Annual rental paid for leased or rented land. ... 13. Acreage of unimproved land September 30, 1905. 14. Acreage of improved land including all not re

ported as unimproved September 30, 1905.... 15. Number of acres of woodland..... 16. Number of acres of pasture land. ... (excluding

15) 17. Number of acres of hog range... 18. Number of acres of garden.... (city farm, 16;

new site, 10)... 19. Number of acres under cultivation. ...includ

ing meadow 20. Number of acres occupied by buildings used by

officers 21. Number of acres occupied by buildings used by

officers and inmates... 22. Number of acres occupied by buildings used for

housing cattle, sheep, etc.... (included in 21) 23. Number of acres occupied by buildings used for

storage of farm and garden products....(in-
cluded in 21)

975

2

.

29

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