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The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 7, 1916 Page: 2 of 10

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Wat ta k mat x fart at
M; a ate a aeai rwaa x -"
at niaaac -- Km h
to nil ar iwtim
T-ja-r ism ate wiwft to Vet snr-
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teaarf a safes av
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za saaVaarMry iliiM a Ifcf
JBESBEO SIRES FOR DAIRY
Mil At rj. la
it4ir vhtt ht W tmn la 4t-
K ! tfc r Vt4. K 1 to w
dhr MMb UnC K T tfc rtrtt tn
mb4 kf ic k ea 44 i ta or-
aary Hytoc kr4 taat krfc irtH atok
k ykf s liinaiwn- Kt r l a
ktoaa yratfcle kr4 & Wfc- araat
HflL
lUaktunt atk4 f kric rill
ttM pntmw m. kail f kHtfc ffMtj. ;
! aam k aaalM rnry botb !
Maa aac ia oat aaei-mrj Knows i
be ntlaU.M k klatrr "3
ral aa4 rar4L IHf4 wilt t(t
aail Mfwkve It tmk we
IihHaW7 tkaa la lk Mcj kr4. Tke
XaaH iiaaau rf a rak
cwnalliary kr4 ksHc U a iarkr4
bait wtH la a finr fwntina ii-rtm
imrttf4 (mtii l all lnlit ao4
tn. it '': -
Fir.t Prize Red Petted.
tioHfapaliac froai a tcrekre4 cw
mjhI a rrak ball aa4 lr4 agala ta
strafe tk will rvattoae ta 4eilae
aa4 tke offaprtac of Ik Br crMW l
ltkeiy at wortk ll kp.
U aalrywr eaaM oe la Ike een-
crrt hij tk atHtkiM of tMlari
wkick tke eatMt of aatMas
bat arekr4 Mrw woaM kriatt to
Ike aairy iaoaMrr ltklH Jtn yeanf
tkao tk obx4 f tk iM of
lottr kreita wottM be a aal fr
aM fMN4. A arebr4 Mre ta w
(lowUMlly lb axH tfu1HmM aa4 at
IIh aMt tlMt rMaltal tavnttiaeat
wbkk Ike dairy fartar tan oake.
BOTTLE DRAINER IS USEFUL
Vire Ring of Different Sizes At
tached to BUM Vire Support
Prove Effective.
Tk (Jrlr bnwn bre eonMnAa nt
wire rlARii attarlil to a atlff wlrp timft-
Bottle Drainer.
iwt The rins are af iliffereat rizm.
The iler!c in atUtliyil to tin: vail by
KtwrB or wtiU.
MILK FOR NEWLY BORN CALF
Young Animals Should Receive From
Eight to Ten Pound Daily De
pending en Size.
TJj avtly if K calf rboahl reciv
trum ottsbt lu ti-n (kniimIi. of wm4-
inlllr dully. ileiMl!Hi; uci the Hz
hjJ mKiJ "f the faiilwMl. Tke will.
j.TUiitiully t-Mii be dlj44it.l by fckltu
lulllc until wiieti four wteita old the
rail Ik reteivliJK no wltole iftilk. V.i
ln-rtintutit anil tuna iraciice unite Id
coumii-uiiiim tUv um; of ikitb milk.
" 7a Jra? tufjT rat am !
tk AMW aaary " ata
jutted nil lfi laginamn
Sa aaat aa imhsi at aa aaat
Asa fa M r Iwm'wh anr. m
trfkiawrn to aaaa m' &
mm Mr nM bm b a4 aar
wipwri M r iaVtri -
wttat Vat -aaaa?
Mt. K fcy aallMj" M V
tuwi- te aaVt Umm ta Aa
IggSo jt " w. y
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SWmOR PARCEL POST E8G COJfTAIHER
. rffiSK " S8IKK
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L "1 -vg'7 5 Vsit tnstie fsr Mnc If
rw2 A4-""" y o .;- snp SHAD" IS GREAT liECES-MTY
ft ilhBral FCR SECUaiKS FEHTILE ESC3 rlTiiT! .J'TJZ1!:
iSMp C JBMigfiSKBJUiBHWI lam JH V1K KBhUHilllV h hb J fcw ! 1 1 - - - -
tJgTy- -'B. vvvTsi .- - .. ... .. eji. 1 iKV T"l l ' IJhT tf nwt4 f s.
a St- -. hsi awt r-r 2i 'jm.'.! irJrr fFi i lj.lJ2 . " f -.
zsi 'J p n3c ? -"H 2 u ; a
rrsarin' t trt-.&
POULTRY COOP THAT
FRKrr"
EACKi
KncV-Down
Tb onMaarr ialtrr nop lias tk ;
4lM4vaatas tkat It Ka4nf l nrorfa ;
H aarlac ' ba It is '
at la a. A a raanwv. aai
Cp 6c t Up.
rrjjixi are itbr Jtroyl aa4 a-w
w-i uia4e tk ;ar. or tkey heouu-
an ror alwat Ike fitaee.
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Tb aniloit( krwtlk lllattrate iljvlil Fanar.
GET RID OF HARMFUL MITES
t
Paratite Sap AH Life Out of Hem
and Cut Down Egg Supply Have
Thorough Cleaning.
If yaa are colas to b a ftceefal
("ttUryataa yoans waa. you atatt xt
aftr tke wlt. TVj ai all lbe life
oat of tke ka. aai eat (km a lbe kz
Wtr MKnmlr. Tky kill ott larg
ttatbr of lit MMft KoasMac (Meks.
Tky are tke worK oarttr with
aloVk joar Mock bax to cuetead.
Ilat yo can jfrt rbl nl tbm If yew
wliL Have a tkoroock koae it-anln;
lUMae Hae ttaV. Clean ap tke Nrty
Hbr. Take oat tke rooH aal jtcrae
Ikew. aal ciaa out the tlirty tieHK.
If tkey are too badly iftetl bam
tkm up md taaVe wxae nw (mm.
IkH-Ji rfovrn Ui cobweb from tke
caraern.
Thn take a T patop aal fray
th; vbo4e ifuMIe of tke iHltry boue.
eettlns Into all tit crack atwl corn-
cm with a mixture of oa rt cniJe
carkolle add to tea of rte. Ttili
J.IIU any of tke Mil test lilrh may Itate
Sl to tke crack ami crevice" for
safety. Aft this In ilry. It oa tkr
wMiewaiiti. It May be Iat on wltb
tbti Mtmc hftray putn but It ntkka
ttettcr atxl lartJt looser If it I put oa
witll a braali. IJce aaI inltex can't
rtatfj wbltewafrfa.
Artr the whllea4i Imm tltorossiily
(IrltvJ. refit the Ihnmh; with clean nxntW
and nU and put none dean utraw
on tke floor. If yon wltvk yoo can
duitt tke hen off lth lice ttowder be-
fore adtnlttln: tbM) to the boa. Ile-
tet ilHtrtlits again In about a week or
belter apply the blae oiatiaeat. It la
a very Rood time to do the Job. If yu
will do till you will find tkat the lice
have departed fw Mtfne otlter lien-
bouite wkfMte owner I not so t;Ktd a
'toaltrytiiaB a joa.
Infertile Egg Keep Best.
Infertile t-ics keep ltt aiHl dnrlns
warm weather the i-ksk to be marketed
should be from Hoeks contalnlns no
tftales.
Too Much Sand Harmful.
Too much sand eaten by tne chick
a 111 also cause trouble.
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MAY BE FOLDED UP
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Peoltry Cosp.
lMtiry rop tkat mm? ke fWd as
at tk -! ttl tk ifw aa4 mtttvi
kat ta a very t'aajnet Utrm.
Ax 1IJ k 4tie4 Ik a vaaU I
1 of x partx ( hugee ritataz). twa
Mtn bark aa4 Iraat aarf a two-pP-ee
t1'. Maaanraats r akava ta tke
draaiaK. Aafoa kaadf arttk toak)
. .aakatfctoesoa .
n.- cwol lraatag Olaatrates tke 1
; r1tk aire Mea a tkat It aaay ke
al at a m. 1
Ati-tM-r atrantaz la urw; s
" t" at rtUem may t easily .
fvxnd by llftia o aid of tke wot J
Wka MtUl COOate Of Wire aaik '
arf Klip-J tkroaak tke ecrw ye
irtra rrtiiy at toe rtrat and ;
-i " iaifc ora win. uraa
GUINEAS ARE WORTH KEEPING1
Vhere Few AdulU Are Kept Lou of
Yeung Poultry by Hawk and
Crows It Reduced.
Gaiaean are a aoiy Mrd and if
n few adalt fowl are kopt the lo of
yoans poultry abuat tke farm by
hawk and crown it certain to bq prcat-
ly redaw-d. Tit tarnyard neralel
H'eat to bar little oe for tke suinea'f
aolty anl dfasrebie nature (lulneu
are 17ml rawtlers awl It dues not
take muck feed to mature them. Also
they are treat loect deKroyers. Tills
aioae makei tbeai worth their keep-
Ins to the fanner. Aboit the only
care they retrire in when quite youus
but tkey are rw-l very ditncalt tc
out taey are bh very uiatcuil l 1
. if tkeir i-ture. are properly
H.uLdnut m..! - ....! 1
irui-i invj aun. . t-w.cr
We prefer to t the ess wlUi a
ZfX'l cldrkea kea t-ivinc ber about l6
wzk If not reslecteJ In the lneata
tlofi pr!od nearly every ejts IU
hatch. y 4 a writer In an exeknnge.
When ifuite yoans they are somewhat
delicate ami do not do well -If exposed
to too ltot satvlilne. nor will they do
well If coa&aed too eioseiy. The best
Mace for them Is In the orchard where
there U plenty of hade and no tall
weeds w herein rat can harbor. The
feed may conidst of hard-boiled ess
cracker crumbs or'cracked wlw-at when
they are ery youns. Corntneal does
not make very pood feed for young
saineas but It can be ud If ground
wry fine. It Siust be fed dry. Abto
e that they Imve n col twpply of
ctnn drinkins water nt all ilto In
Itot weather.
Digestive Troubles.
When fowls sem to have digtidive
troubles or bowel troubles jofnet!mes
cMHn salts n tablepoo)ful to eaih
Iint of the drinking water given when
the fowl have been without drlat
over night will be ery beneficial.
Clean Up Droppings Dally.
It Is time well spent to clean up th
droppings dally. When this Is In
convenient two or three times a weel
will do. but newer should the dropping)
be al'owed to remain in the benboa
longer than one week.
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RiMM rlc" ilffiMfli
Euff Orpnytsn Ma.c
4i-rW- ra&z If ki 1 cr-o:iit
tkaazk ? raas i o. a
fT ta ar frtil r;t. U tke
I kaw mm k waTarjl la hmU aaar-
ttv. m latti or avar aHal antK k
1 e4 la tk rattaa aa4 tke ka mat
ke MafjU4 ta xrairk la 4aa Ut-
ter far ftort of tkttr ;4 la order to
iaoar laaktlLat eserc.
jitroatc rlaaown o-k Mrh arar
aK k aL aarf lkrttr fkoolrt
k tj4-L For all awt aad :
br4 oae cwcfe tfcaaW ke allowed lor
fa kcwi aa4 for tke NrfclVr wrtctit
I sx-iir4ar1n? kreMfe oa cort bird
far fTr 13 kaw.
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MAKE PROFIT WITH TURKEYS
More Pref-taWe S4ie Lint Can Hardly
Se Found for ThM; Vho Ars
FavsraMy Situatid.
FavsraMy Situatid.
f. tkoae who are fararatilr
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abte Bs .!. f
Avfm pty f MrjW obe tke tar
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1 lBrt. stvea tematioo. tk m4 t
wi
aod pra -. wa4e
sraiB
White Holland Turkey.
1 arorn-) aad nou of rarioo kind. tLj I
tJ i.i .t .. .
? "ZlJL" U Tery mmU "i
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. .j writ bupicij im imivy mansn
and it is or such farms tkat asott :
of the turkeys are found.
Little has ever bees done la tke
ay of raisin; turkeys In confiae-iu-nt.
and where It has bn tried the
relts have been diftcoaraging.
I'lenty of range U essential to sue
cerJi In turkey raising.
CAPONIZE BIRDS FOR MARKET
Rhode Island Reds Plymouth Rocki
and Brahmas Make Best Capons
Dress in "Style."
(Br M- E- DICKSON. Wlironrin Expert-
meat Stitlen.)
Don't sell late chickens cheap; csv
ponize them.
Caions tell In winter at from 25 t
30 ci'titu a pound.
Ilbode Island Heds. Plymouth Roes
awl Ilrahinas make the best 11 pons.
Kep fowls without food 24 hours
before caponizlng.
He careful to cut nway from and
not toward the backbone when mukin;
the Indstona.
Always drw capons In "htyle"
leave feathers nround necks bocks
on wing llpx ard end of the talL
Iry-plck caons to get the best xe
vults.
Ship capons In dot 'ots; thef
oring beivr nrifiMc
nyrnn l for tke Oaiaz nai
r ttokK raa ta ay ka tk fat-j
kiae am aake a at ak of far- !
b:rr"- i
hr4w4. arlkrf 1l. A aw aa-.
r - Mala 1 1. an-4 aa4
tat a rtaae Jar.
- f wkVk tk akua4r If tfcr ar i
'. mt lackts k tkaa tk Vc aa4 tk
kU af aktefe 1 Joac r Jtx Jar
ITU 4fc kT tfc rkarcaal aatfl tk !
rMttk Wt1 Ttk tke toat. Tkat 1. '
tk lop at aek oa a I. Ifi
tj HZ-rnrr. It tk tor k oa-aaar- j
tr of aa li tk lo;r
IUt - r . L i at of
! t rf rci rroel Heady j
rflkru r)Jl3(l.r.Jf!k.
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Hsmtnjde Vater Cc-slr
y with I'..-i.i..! .-;r-n! &.l nd.
ikte parts -n.l at.U o- jn o-mi.t.
Ktob a iw-Kh an-J ;rrt. kep a
Hia lnrW itmnHil i.r..l Kin-il orrr
I tkf Jar. koM lu iace by a tlsnt-nttias
eover.
FHI the tar with cool water
early la tke asoraias. and It wM keep
coal for day. J. W. Griftta la r5t -
i cbauje.
Prune Celstin.
Oae poaad of Kaas oae-kalf box
of petatiB. two laiuB-) one rutrfcl
. of fapar. Seat tke preBes over aisbt.
i-toae tkeai aad Mmtr for 15 mia-
We. Soak the seiatin In a capful
of water for ten astoate thea iour
over It a pint of boiling water and
add tke Juice of the Icsbobs. PIuom
I half of the petatin Into a wet mold
' and et It away to harden. When it
Is firm lay the. prunes upon it. pour
over tbeai the remainder of the gels-
tlB and allow to harden. Serve with
1 whipped cream.
F Hawaiian Fish Stew.
i Four cupful of milk one cupful of
grated cocoeat one tablepooonful of
enoppeo oinobs. one iaDieFoomoi or
katter. one t.hl.oBfB of curry and
chopped onion one tab!eiooafu! of
mwmr ."TU1 "4. k"ii.M.
T ..a... ttmia?fAnf nl rtf 1rtrw
The coconut H Kked In the tailk
the otrfoos are browneil In butter and
the curry and ginger are added; then
the milk from the soaking coconut Is
drained aad (toured Into the sauce-
;mti with the other ingredient the
frh is added and the whole Is cooked
until tender.
Asparagus Boilers.
Everybody I" aware of the benefldal
result obtained by eating asparagus
and while It Is In season we should all
herve this toothsome vegetable as often
as possible. Asparagus boilers with
a rack that can be lifted out thus
draining the water from the vegetable
are excellent to use as they Insure the
tit from breaking. These little boil-
ers are of the best grade of tin and
only cost 35 to 50 cents according to
size.
Berry and Lettuce Salad.
A pretty salad Is made wltb straw.
berries and lettuce. Clean and hull the
berries then put them on the Ice until
they arc quite chilled." Take the heart
out of n crisp head of lettuce wushlng
the outer leaves well and chilling thor-
oughly by setting them directly on the
Ice In a paper bag until they arc it-ady
to be used. Fill In the center of the
lettuce with the berries cover with
powdered sugar or a sweet mnyon-uaise.
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ftp . -'Y I ' PiifTr5Sjibv
ratter tkr sreat loift tkat in
aad Mtrt
nlut nair .
j.. mr for h.
.4. fc. . y. ry.
lrkM wt9ttttT ajT .
i aa xcHa friaa ta spnaU tk
la w- 1H keto t 4n
t ua-fataw 4arta; tk- aif of
1 h. ..
HACKKEY HORSE IS POPULAR
3r"d OrfsJnatrd In EnjUr.d Frjn
Crewlnfl Thcr.;hird StaJH3t
Wth Ntte Maret
.. "T" . .
T & Harkay a xrtt kal
Jfjrtfck iA P krrt'k. l.
JK" !?"' 'jl !
Wirt?"L JEBlod lr
um 'w.uw iaum uu
Typcal Hackney Had.
Sofrl native dririns airot. The tnrni
i "acKBey is nenred from tact orle-
j lMJ' aolB? any Imm-v nUtabie for
wtoS carriap and Ual.ar re-
aioes witn coatttierable ef?a. bpeea
1 witwimtii oejvou a rvao&atHe
breed bat creat attention has ben
given to action aad endurance.
In form this boree Is rounder and
Maootker than the trotting horse with
i tdetwy to ansularity. In height
tie msbcis iroai i-i- to liiJi nonux. In
atovement he resembles the rrench
and Genann coach horses. Knee ac-
tion U unusually bUh. In motion the
foot describe a circle.
Hackney and Coach bores are chief-
ly ned as park animals and for driv-
ing In boulevards and city streets. The
pruirure ui uk auiomooiie nas uone
a sreat dec! to discourage the produc-
tion of horses of this type on a largu
scale in this country. Prom the fann-
ers' standpoint the Hackney Is de-lr-aWe
for driving purpoeN but too small
for work In the field. Karm and
Home.
TAKE GOOD CARE OF PIGLETS
Necessary That Young Animals Have
Plenty of Exercise Keep Them
Out of Cold Rain.
It Is very necesary that the Uttis
pigs have plenty of cxerdse nnd nil
tne sunlight that can Iks given them.
Do not allow the pigs to run out dur-
ing a cold rain. If possible provide
green feed or roots. These keep the
sow healthy and cheapen the ration.
Encourage the pigs to eat grain after
they are three or four weeks old.
Iluild a creep for thetn so they can
feed alone. At this age feed for bone
and musde. Give them all the skim
milk yon can. If sklra milk Is not
available give them some meul nnd
plenty of pasture. In about eight ot
ten weeks the pigs will have practical-
ly weaned themselves. After they
hnvo been successfully weaned the
most perplexing job Is over.
Keep Colt Crowing.
Keep the colt growing. It takes
longer nnd costs more to make up for
11 iiound of Iot growth than l does tn
add two pounds of gain uudet favoi
able conditions.
Record Breeding Dates.
Keep n careful record of the date
when all animals are bred
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