The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 21, 1918 Page: 2 of 8
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THE BEAYFR HERALD. BEATER. OKLAHOMA
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LEGHORN IS GREAT FORAGER
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H iu xx oCSieer is tlte SUkUfe-.iaErtcta xr. bter x 3tr first of tic
tT &tarxl Drcii ia Ota x4 ti-a ; Ga. Frerri D. Gnat la I'orto
Etex. H xtt tu r:eT5 x ranater of t& owMnlHloa wWcb tutzltd ti
TitiriT torzrfiTT Ospzigt tr3 ti ratted Etit ail EazUad.
AVOVED ENEMY TO KAISER
It txx ba sxM tixt the kxUr
fcxi w Msili faet&r ti7" la-
ttsd to I or it fat eooxrt? bet o
thlis It entxia. Sator Henry Cxtot
IjuIi of lltMAtii . U U aot oc of
thK3. Sesxtor Lodse bu been e&t of
ti Uttrrcl eosai tlr? VxImt hxs
tid to redcoa vltit. II has ba
utrrjQjlj xatl-Gcrxxn tine tfo? bsla-
irtng of tc worM wxr la 1914.
Tb fiorrr of a CaltM Sutn sa-
ator Is zrext eoossh Ia UHt. bet Sen-
ator I3;e' poirer Ia the Knxte Is
added to by reason of hi a&slsnaest
to tbrec of the nvxt lesportxnt coratalt-
te. to on fortrln relations Jiaaace
aad oaial affairs.
Henry Cabot Lodse was bora la
Boston JUy 12. 1S50. He sradcated
frca Ilimrtl college In 1ST1 and frota
Harrard Law ichoot la 1S75 with the
degre of LL. B. Ia 1S7C he was glTen
the degree of PhJX by Harrard oal-
Terslty. He serred two terms la the
lower hoo of the MxsMchavetts leststnre. for belcs Uterary by djpcsjtion.
he was popular In the I5en Qty. After sereral terras la cocrress. ilMathu-
setta e!cted him to the senate. That win la 1S97. and he has been there erer
siace. If It will eacoora;e the kaler any. It Is penciled to acnonce that
Senator Lodge's term of offlee will end on March 3 1K3 which dochtleas.
Insures bis being on the job cntil the end of the war.
In the ituatlon? Or will he follow the old school of carrying out Instructions
and nothing more) So far it Is Impossible to say.
One of the strongest advocates of
military preparedness of the present
Sixty-fifth congress and of many con-
presses preceding that. Is a fighting
Callfomlan yes a California !-
though born at Kappenbelm. grand
dochy of Itcdea. Germany. This Cali-
fomlan It Hepr-f--nUtJve Julias Kahn
ranking lU-pabHcaa metaber of the
military affairs coatarittee of the
house and repnetuaiiTe of the
Fourth Congretsi'wal district of Cali-
fornia which means the dty of Saa
TbroBgn eight different congresses
not lndadlng the present one Kepre-
tentaUre Kahn fought for prepared-
nesa. Aad now that the Uruted
State Is at war with the country
where he wxt born and where bia
parents were born. Representative
Kahn U still found fighting for a
greater army and for greater effort
to win the war. Congressman Kahn
ha drawj plans for an army of American not leaa than 4f0Qfif& strong. He
realize that we am up against a aeriotu btadnew awl be propose that Undo
Saw ahal! make Mich gigantic preparations now as will Insure this serious
business being brought to as speedy and as victorious a conclnsioa as posalMa.
SmMr ;ia Hxsattua Le-ii U
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K . tbti &k? isoatt t i jtsr-weji
i-'V e ewr. Sesosec Lerrts li
nir ffm foe Ms wissien xi
bs bkerdittry. SsiMK I-rli U
x -XxJaferx'- is tbxj set arT Ias
ba areat tntc x ttrg ;ar: ef tl
Cats4 Scale. H feu & a. dlt-
iitrttvbi m is awe daSercatt rti:
tiaa iy br ;iBt ana Uty.
-J. Him" L-i U feety-exrii
yt-trs eei. He wxs iocs is Ttrglaet.
rain-i aid sdKnted Is Geerxix wesi
t tie Caiveniiy of WuUtiuc ij-
PLAT way H59H lie CMttiaeaC. kCUM
a . --to. te
tie state of WuHtrt; MTri t
Chicxre. xarf. after YnkBmg sererxl
pobttc ecVes. bteua Catted SU!M
iuur frees m:U. If that bet
rtl Bxla4w career. w are Ttry
crsea aaitxka. J. Uxaiitea Lewis
The neutrality of Carranzr- In Mex-
ico la generally viewed as tantamount
to a pro-German attitude and the po-
sition which Senor Vrnado lionillas.
the Mexican ambassador occupies la
Washington Is therefore Increasingly
difficult. There Is talk of President
Wilson losing faith In Carranza and
Carranza Iolng h'i power with the
Mexican people and of Felix Dial hav-
ing embraced a pro-American pro-
entente policy as a preliminary to
starting another revolution.
The Mexican ambassador knows
that the future Is certain to be shaped
by the policy which Carranza pursues
toward the German legation In Mex-
ico City. Keports in Washington are
'that the German minister now vir-
tually controls Mexico's foreign policy.
Will tbe ambassador tell Carranza
frankly what his confreres In Wash-
ington are saying and thereby make
his own personality a dominant figure
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fcvr A rrsrtm ' i. Vktmmrr rr.tAl-.
n. ratfurrs nr.ut-v i
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en aad nstfras P4i are eeeooericU
aad desirxMe; oiierwit a ay 11
Us ctoatr. aad shwdd tae ccuia-1
er er carrier net tre sSc(eaUy stent 1
to stxad the Kerriee It win net i'
I worts reteraiar xiaa 'emy u cse i
1;-7 I to eiier raau cutter oy i3Ki?:ae sreax-
PitI RtulrtrrjinU. I ta leaixre. It aait t Irxra-'
Te psal reqwirecMcu fer ssifllrr ST or !l "B i'eat the fe;ct te be
esrs for VkxI deUrery xre xs foilews: aKiiaed. wWeh Is a refect:: of tie
Esss wn be aeeepted for toeal de- j ; betweea prclsctr aad
Brery wfces nt packed ia a aasket er ! ?-
other coatxJnr xs to prereat daaaare : "rials of sassy dUTerea: sryi xad
to otir aaxil saatter. I aaakes of enctaiaers or eartecs for
TMs embraces afl coQectloa xad de-l ippl? ? by parcel p-jst were
Krery serrlre witbia tbe lri4lcttes : saade. Qsite a nembr prored satis-
of th rtatxter of tie oVe wiere ry la exieaded trlate. A few of
the parcel is mailed. j tbesa are illustrated ia tbee pr fo: :
E?3 to be az beyond tbe load of- t Prp of seowiB: is a seserxl
fice are to be prefred for maffirg xs i way their appearaaee xad eecstrae- j
follows: jtlon. Aay coctxiner which ceets tie j
Es3 shall be accepted fer mxffia; J rtal renaireavesu aad wtieh serTts .
restrdles of distance wben each ezz
3 KI KiJCiimj XiKl A..WLUJ
with excelsior cottoa. or otber felt
aWe raateriai aad packed la a strecz
container taa.&e of dwWe-facd corra-
sated pasteboard metal wood or cth-
er suitable material and wrapped so
t that nottrfnr can escape from the pack-
are. All scch parcels shall be labeled
EGGS FOR HOME USE
Vater-Giass Solution Is Recom-
mended as Best Plan.
Standard Grade Can Be ObU'ntd at
Druj Stares fer 75 Cents ptr Gal-
lonDilute With Water
Dolled and Cooled.
(Prepared S;rtnT by the Cited States
In the spring when they are rlentl
ful. eggs may be preserved for home
ue in a solution of water g!a- so
that those laid during the fall and win-
ter season may be available for mar-
keting. A standard grade of water
glass can be obtained at drug stores
for 75 cents pr gallon. If bought In
moderately large quantities. Each are not likely to stay In foul unsanl-
quart of water glas should be diluted ; tary nests and often "steal their nest"
with ten quarts of water which has i off where It Is hard to find.
been boiled and cooled. Only strictly
fresh newly laid clean eggs should be
placed In the solution. The ergs may
packed In stone Jars or crock
which have been washed thoroushly
In scalding water and the water-glass
solution poured over them or the eggs
may be placed daily In the solution by
putting them down In It carefully by
band so as to avoid breaking or crack-
ing them. The solution at all time
should cover the egzs to a depth of at
least two Inches. The solution will not
Injure the bands. Tbe Jars should be
put In a cool and preferably dark
place before tbe eggs are depoMted In
them and should not be moved be-
raa breakage and 1os may result.
The water-gla solution may become
rioady. but this Is a natural condition
and should cause no alarm.
Eggs thus kepf are good for all pur-
poses but tbe shells break rather eas-
ily In botHng. This troabte can be
prevented by puncturiag the ead of the
shell with a pin or needle Jast before
boiling. Perhaps an occasional css-
tomer will be willing to bay eggs pre-
served la water glasa. but tbey should
. be sold for Just what tbey are aad at
a Iroce zautnaiij sgrcvu ufxu uj uic
producer and customer.
FEED MASH TO LAYING HENS
Maine Station Reconvnendt Mixture cf
Commtal Middlings Gluten Meal
and Beef Scrap.
The Maine station fed the following
mash to laying hen with good results.
Wheat bran two parts by weight
cornmeal one middlings one gluten
meal or dried brewerk grain one. Un-
seed meal one beef scrap one. The
ration might be reduced to wheat bran
shorts cottonseed meal aad beef scrap.
A fairly good mash can be made of
two parts wheat bran one part corn-
meal one part beef scrap.
FOR SHIPPING EGGS.
Err jE ;anit tIzM&: zmc tiaa
itc iSrts fart; is cites.
preT tk saf mi
xarthir frB tV iii5car xad 5
Citr-J xj foofcijr : cKt tiii
rm.ti6. Eeti pactis t i- rsariii
"JIrx TMi Sie p." xt l l- rrsii-
litiJ Cfcul.-.if It Sic-?.
TV tdfxl csotiiar aen t sinpie
is ooGjrrztic eficfect is rrtc. tri
at tstt it aay
J4 I-3ceI er SBrt rtIBj xsd rxs-
MT- t '" l
Jho-sld Ve so narked r 3Ata.fi xs to
cate the p to pen cp er ect. It
mmiZ Sct la srrtce to Uure
tisfitioQ to tS htjirr xad to tie
?. aad ! to prereat dxssere
tie perpose pTVQezij can be tied.
The experiavest stations la the Txrl-
iees states have Uiforautfoa xs to con-
tainers for pared post shipments of
erzs la coasTBaer-slze lots aad persocs
deslriag inforaarioa of this kind
should not address the United States
department of agriculture hut should
addre-M the director of the experiment
station !a their own states.
GIVE CLEAN NEST MATERIAL
Hay Straw Exceliier Leaves Etc
Should 3e Cha.i;ed Often to
The seat material such as hay
straw excelsior. leaves ett. should
be changed occasionally as fool ma-
terial Is a good breeding place for
germs of diseases. Insects are also
likely to harbor' ia the old nests if the
materials are not changed from time
At this season of the year attention
should be given to deanliaes.. All
i rubMsh such ss
old nest materials
should be burned or carefully fumi-
gated and thrown la the manure heap.
The nest should be renewed with
clean sanitary materials. Tboe who
do not think It makes much difference
to hens are badly ml'taken. Hens
At this season of the year the great-
est care should be taken to dean up
and spray against Insects .and dis-
eases. If care Is taken now little dan-
ger will be met. But precautions
should be taken now if the fowls are
to have a chance.
ABUNDANT SUPPLY OF LITTER
Clean Straw Should Be Provided for
Winter Use Renew at Least
Aa abundant supply of deep litter
preferably dean straw should be pro-
vided for winter use. renewing the
covering of all floors at least twice a
month. This is the hen's punching
bag or gymnastic equipment to Insure
winter health and vigor. Fortunatelj
straw Is cheap this year and It should
be used freely as It is x great com-
fort to the hens In mere ways than
one. Be sore there Is something In It
worth digging for at least half or two-
thirds of each day. The active ben
easily rums her feed Into eggs while
the overfed. Inactive hen is unprofit-
able as well as her scantily fed sister.
FOWLS FOR BREEDING FLOCK
Hen That Molta Late It the One That
Hat Been Buiy In Filling Eca
DatUt Keep Her.
Tbe ben that molts late la the sea-
son is tbe one that has been busy fill-
ing the egg baxfcet. She U the one
that ought to be kept In the breeding
flock and from which eggs for hatch-
ing should be selected next spring. The
hen that molts early In the fall or the
late summer Is the slacker and the one
that should go to market. This re-
verses tbe policy that tcany have been
following the poor layer oftea being
thoughtlessly chosen because she looks
better than the worker.
If Titrt It Asy ScriUki.-.; In Sijy.t
Wfcrti-er Gaj?t Hit; er Cirtsn
Eirt WiM Fid It.
7i Ltsr. iil it 1$ t. irwl
ei srtt rsestt. itcl.i ac t-e eoo-f-i
is tS rizit brti for tkt
sxa xi e-rerj- ptxc. Pet t& L-
V3 fc its pco5s- crtroc:at xcd
tbre Is co ;rrt ttat -ia rsrptss It.
Oa ti C3ccarr U sab5ctd to coo-
atdtcs tM: x:c c srfiiM for It. It
ffl i xs. ssess mtc oi troebt
xi Ji5arfciat2it. Lecera xre a-
Mdcj frt. ttrHew forarers. Iitire
U &j ieitftlrr ia rirSt. -wittier it
t x firti b-ap. trstk ?xrdrc. coW .
Jrxa. tsaisr 1 er r- ted. t& I
tStrs id rsiie strcaces eZorts to !
White Le;hem CocVereL
pet lato It. Therefore the person who
would keep a gardea for flowers ot
vegetables had better see to It that
his heayard Is securely Inclosed with
wire netting if he expects to raise Leg-
horns. If the runs are large enough. Leg-
boras caa be confined witiia a seven-
foot fence. Tet oace they develop the
habit of -yard-hreakiagr they will
dear this with ease for they make a
practice of half flying and half climb-
ing up the netting.
MAKE HENS WORK FOR LIVING
o Prevent Fowls From Becoming Tee
Fat It It Good Plan ta Make
Them Scratch fer Feed.
To prevent the hens from becoming
fat while consuming enough food for
their support and for production they
must be made to work for the larger
share of the food received by scratch-
ing in litter: if this falls to accom-
plish the desired result then the food
Is aot balanced. Too much grain may
be allowed aad the remedy is to reduce
the proportion of grain and give more
egg-produdng food. The hens should
not be overfed at any one meal. Give
a moderate allowance in the morning
of mixed grain; then let them out on
grass or rye pasture. The allowance
cf green food such as cabbage turnip
tops and roots. Is not because of the
nutritious material contained In such
foods as they really are of little value
but they perform excellent servlc
from a dietary standpoint.
SELECTION OF BEST LAYERS
Pennsylvania Department of Agricul-
ture Urget Poultry Keepers to
Save Laying Pullets.
Early hatched pullets. In fact pul-
lets of any age are scarcer than ever
this fall and In view of this fact th
Pennsylvania department of agricul-
ture Is trying to nld poultry keeperi
meet the defldeacy by urging the sav-
ing of all the good old bens for this
next year's laying.
The best hens are those still In old
plumage still with red combs and still
laying. All such hens are extra good
hens and should be marked and used
as breeding stock next spring.
SUPPLY EGG-SHELL MATERIAL
Where Net Furnished In Sufficient
Quantltlet There Will Surely Be
Leu Eggs Laid.
When' hens are fed and handled for
heavy ez production and egg-shell
material Is not furnished In suQdent
quantity there will be fewer egg laid
end those laid will be too thla-shelled
to market safely. The price of one
egg will now supply a good layer for
COMB IS A GOOD INDICATOR
If Fowl It In Good Health It Will Bt
Bright Red and Firm In
The comb is a good Indicator of tha
health of a fowl. If the fowl Is In
good condition the comb will be bright
red and firm In texture. When the
comb becomes pale and soft or turns
dark or purple something Is seriously
wronr. ni tbe sooner the matter is
looked Into the better.
DlrUapo Cu Bi Costrolled
7 .it Im. atii Kasticts
FEVER PASTE SSlSJ
aid WHITE UNIHEiT ?
IiMiti'ltt. U IS Vv Imtt. lw44. Ft
RtiD DandniQ and
A.1 Itching ynth
H "-.Sappoe we hare a Jokele3
dayi" Hh -How caa we while you're
SOAP IS STRONGLY ALKALINE
and constant ue will bora oot the
scalp. Cleaase the scalp by shaapoo-
lns with "La Creole" Hair Dresrfns.
aad darken. Ia the natcral way. those
uy grizzly hairs. Price. 5LW. Adr.
Fireproof buildins ore protected
with fire escapes. Jot the sanv.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
lr lcaL xtpt Mt!oaj as they cacaot reach
the d !j-1 jorua of Use tr Tbr U
CrrJr ose war ts cure Ca'irrhal Destaefi.
mad thit If by roratttitloe! rtmevlr.
HALLS CATARRH MEIICINS teu
tfcrrcet th Blood o-j the Umu Surfaces
ot th Svftets. Catarrhal Dilati U
-aue-l br aa taaamed cesdtUoe ot the
sn.eoi Itelcr ot the EutacMaa Tcbe.
TVhes thli tub Is lr Sirred yoc: hare a
ran-banc joctvl or Imperfect Jrijc. aod
whi It Is entirely ry-std. Peatae it tha
remit. Un)e tbe tnaararaatM.3 n & r-
c2iwi and this tabe restored to lu nor-
mal conditio: heirlcj xsay b destroye-i
forever. Maay casta ef Deair.es i ar
eaawd 2y Catarrh which is an lszarsed
eoevdtt.'oa f the Mneotu Surfaces.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS fer aay
om of Catarrhal rfr.j that eaatoi
t- esred by HAIJ3 CATARRH
AH Drarclris 3c. Circulars fre.
F. J. Cfcesey & Co Toledo. Ohio.
Net Fond ef Army Life.
Army life did not agree with Ginger
a Bo$teo bolL After a three-weetV
career as mascot in the CaaaeMan
army he has marsed te bis old
baeats. aad is bppy again. The dog
Is owned by Joba Hamilton a Los Ae-
gekes resident of afteen years" taad-
log. wbo recently eallsted in the Ca-
nadian forces. He took Ginger along.
but tbe dog did not take to tbe army
life. la fact he was wastihg away
until Hamilton dedded to seud him
back to Los Angeles. On bis arrival
be ate six meals in three hours aad
now has a Joyous bark for all his old
Must Have the Bronze.
A second requisition of church bells
lias tnken place In Austria to the sor-
row of the Catholic population of that
country according to advices received.
The government enme to the conclu-
sion that further requisitioning was
neceary with the result that the
church has had to sacrifice many mora
of its familiar and cherituxl bells to
the never-satisfied Moloch of war.
The Idea of substituting steel bells
for bronze has not yet eventuated ow-
ing to the onerous conditions stipulat-
ed by bell manufacturers who de-
manded among other things that the
price should Ims paid In foodstuffs for
the workmen In the factories.
Knowledge Is the root will is the
stem and the results the grain.
is due to the blend-
ing of malted barley
withwhole wheat floux
Wheat alone does not
possess this rich flavor
The wonderfully easy
digestion of QrapcNuts
is also partly due to
the barley for ihe
barley contains a
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