The advice is always being given to grow more roots, and their advantages, especially as oattle feed, are descanted on, but a southern Wisconsin womp, -.vriting to the New York World, thinko there are two sides to this question. She says: "Granting their value to feed. there is no erop inore laborious to raise than roots. They must -be often cultivated to keep down weeds, and when it comes to harvesting them it is the hardest kind of work; then to feed them properly they should be washed and afterward sliced." Taking all this into consideration it is no wonder that it is easier to ad vise others to raise roots than it would be for a person to raise them himself. The roots ought to be very valuable to pay for the trouble their production involves.