Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, March 23, 1923 Page: 2 of 8
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inventor with new auto headlight
PROPERLY PREPARED LAMBS WILL
ALWAYS BRING TOP MARKET PRICE
, :* S’-SESJSrr D*0™|'*8 «op of the fence or upon ,he knee
u,Im ',n'1 c“‘,rl■,' * of lambs "f ">a Person moisting In the work
-Teases't/T 'h* Trk“' 1,1,1 "'n“n5' In- Th**r» '«*» pain when the knife la
,,"‘lr n,urket vulue heeuuae of but there In mflre loss of blood
nprme",ent In quality, according to I "n<> '« l» aotnetln.es necessary to tie
“ ,ed ‘S,8I°* Apartment of Agrb " “'ring around the stump to prevent
Th ' I,he lamb from losing a large amount
*™k"T”?l rea“ons for this, j blood. Thl. string must he re-
in, i * '""kes the hindquarters of "loved a few hours later. When hot
an 7. ".,,rr™0r® ,,1‘><'ky aod "eep "re "»ed It Is ............ to rest
adds mu,b to the Clean. !'be land, on a hoard. The Irons sear
r es, of the animal. Thus they ap "'e atump ,|,c cut Is made and
Wlim 7h’re ,,,r?ct,v* *° 'be buyer '1"" prevent, the loss of bio,si. The
whTch J *T. T* '"*■ ntarke'. Ewes »ound will heal more slowly, however,
fl-x k , ° ke|" ln 'be breeding 'ban when a knife Is used,
flock should also he docked as a very ] In
IN GOOD DEMAND
Rapid Growth of Industry in Unit-
ed States Is Shown in Bul-
letin by Parsons.
GAIN OF 50 PER CENT SHOWN
SOIL SURVEYS SERVE
VARIETY OF DEMANDS
Prominent Are Those From Va-
rious Developing Companies.
Interesting to Farmer or Home.eeker
Looking for New Location and to
Road Engineers and Large
BILLIE BROWNIE’S STROLL
large portion of the' un-Wke,l” ewes •' held |''88'r"tln,!’ **"“ ....... *hould he
ewes | held In ihe same position as for dock
Ing. The lower third of the scrotum
; “bould he cut off and the testicles
of pulled straight out. It Is highly lm-
wound be unshod
will fall to breed.
Good Quality Desirable.
Ram luinbs over three months
W ....... - ««■» ""n and develop l.^unt"^"'.^1
Becoming Increasingly Important That
Producers and Shippers Use Only
Mo6t Approved Methods of Har-
vesting and Packing.
way brilliantly for more than lft I feet .head All tblTf. !, 7 'ha r'"ld
fylng the parabolic reflect,,r so that the Vi, Is dlMHh , l ''' '' -v n’"11
«flm.o„ by gthaativeradrattector t^ f^mikto.. ^talT ’ '7
«r devices unnecessary As ................... hssWn
(Pr«par«d by the United States Department
- When Billie Brownie came back
(Prepared by th. United St.(ea D.p.rtm.ht r°m “ "'8,k °T 8 Stro11 «r from having
*' I had adventure*
"Preparation of Fresh Tomatoes for
Market" is the title of Farmers’ Bul-
letin law. Just Issued by the bureau
of agricultural economics. United
states Department of Agriculture. In
this new bulletin the nuthur, F. Eurl
1 arsons, give* specific suggestions us
to the best methods of getting this
popular vegetable lfum the Held to
Soli surveys umue hy the bureau of
soils, United States Department of Ag-
r culture, ure lining an Increasing vu-
r ety of demands. Prominent among
these demands, in addition to those
coming from the co-operating states,
e those from development companies
Interested in opening up large tracts
of cut-over land to settlement, from
Big Gain Last Year.
United State, Experiment Farm at Dubes, Idaho.
nrononneed ............. <Whc„. * U,'“ — th8t
............. ............. ............. ......— zxsztsz&z, ■“ —-s “''.ra rts
REACTION TIME HARD r.“,v1.,n,! ,he>
Addition of Vibrating Ocvics
Sometimes Overcomes Diffi-
culties in Battery.
xth will ciippi v nr msr.i. .
n"‘ be Ivtar,!„1. On the other hand bUPPL' OF ARSENIC IS LOW
STREAM CF SPARKS STARTED
Arrangement Is Particularly Effective
In Improving Running of Faulty
Eng«ne at Low Speed—Ex.
penso Is Small.
The addition of u vibrating coll will
sometime* remedy serious difficulties
In an ordinary battery Ignltlou system
Such a system supplies a single spark
and when the Ignition, carburization,
cylinders, and valve* *re In Ural class
Condition, that is sufficient. When,
however, the Ignition coll breaks down,
the Ignition mechanism and the car-
buret or become worn or are out of a<!
Juatment. and tha cylinders valves
QUESTION FOR OWNER
—nnd If they have been properly fed rud Growers Who Have Not Already
n . "IH hnv<“ » .month, desirable finish Purchased Summer Stock snould
uriver Should Know Value of His f"”r «*e umh. of Hasten to do so.
Pprcnnnl Fn ,,ti.. , f)m’l!r> this condition command a —
personal tqjation premium over tm-ky and undocked A G- Minnesota state ento-
: lambs nt the markets. Oftentimes "inlegist- sounds warning that supplies
Of fni.ta. nra.n.l.. ... ...
Interval Em* , o during Ihe period wdien the Jersey "f cnide "rseulc. upon which mixtures
' . - , :I - r,
Mry Action Started l< Cau.e “mh «' that market fluctuate ; plaln* U»t the copper smelting Indua-
°' Many Accdenta sharply liei-auae of the high percentage 1 ila" been operated far below -a-
- , of undocked and hurky lambs which Pac'lv and that, us arsenic Is
A ISO-cent gain In tomato shipments
In 10_’J, compared with movement of
the previous year, shows the Increas-
ing demand for tills product. Average
shipments have been less than ls.uun
curs per year, hut during the past seui
son L’O.tKKI cars were forwarded. In
Hew of the growth of this Industry, It
is becoming Increasingly important
that producers and shippers use only
Ihe most approved methods of har-
vesting, packing, grading and loading,
which are described in Fanners’ Bui
let In 11*01.
This publication points out that
there are three stages of maturity at
which tomatoes may be picked, de-
pending largely on the distance they
must travel before being placed on
sale. Mature green tomatoes, or
“green-wraps" constitute the bulk of
Shipments from Florida and other
states In tile southern tier. 1’lnk to-
matoes. or those which ore "turning,"
come chiefly from southern Illinois un’d
sometimes from Texas and Tennessee
whereas rl|K- tomatoes
all tlie others
"ked to hear
Billie Brownie, "I
chatted with a
number of birds
today nnd they
told me that they
they bail seen be-
fore, and so that
helped them when
tlfey were travel-
ing. It Is won-
derful, I think, to
realize how much
wisdom there Is
lead of every little bird.
"Then on my stroll today I met
mme line bullfrogs. They said they
*e(te,) aa watchdogs for their master.
“That was very surprising to me
tnd I asked them how It was pos-
sible for bullfrogs to he watchdogs.
"I had always been told u watch-
iog was a watchdog and a bullfrog
bullfrog. And I asked them about
"They explained to me thnt when
>eople spoke of a watchdog they
neant a dog who kept watch or guard
>ver a house or a person.
. , e"- they said they were Just like
rL,0n!!!!!!!‘er °.r farra<>r looking for I10"" 'vho kept watch or guard over a
Soil Survey Party at Work.
hinT'l l°'1'a,l0n' fr°,n ‘°8,i enE'neers. ,ouse or “ person, for they kept watch
nies1 l'0Dks’ an<J lurB° 'onn corapa-
Co-operatlng with the Department
or Justice, representatives of the soli
survey furnished expert testimony In
a case Involving the changing of stale
boundaries during the past year. A
r..... tomatoes go to nearby I ir Ui'e'lIted‘Prl" ^i °f U‘e 80,18
maraets In the southern section, and cinltv J «.h*
comprise the hulk of shipments from
Missouri, Ohio and New Jersey.
The necessity for care ln picking in
""dial Is your reaction time or do ure dlsrrln"n*tetl against hy. bui'ers l’rod“<'t »t the smeltersL Its '^irodnl'
ou know the value of your personal j 8 hl*h Minllty pnaluct. Improv- 'll,n _‘s not sufflclent to meet the de-
clnlt.v of the Rurkhurnett oil Held, for
the pur]>ose of showing the process liv
which the bottoms were Built up, this
fact having an Important bearing on
Ing the quality of the lambs Intended "mnd. "It looks now ns If there would
8 (*>' oU?"'. n'"rkr.' s'al"ll» .7. 81,.8<‘ri.uus 8hnrtaEe In 10J3." says
I"-, "as been .Ugg.-M,^ .. . ..... ......... .... .......
slhie question to tie pu, Iu appllcanu |lr"v"- "nronllng to members of the Mr ,!»EEles. "As all of our stomach
for motor vehicle drivers license, .c l'™'!0 r-P,»«ued there. lusecticldes-parls green, arsenate of
,0 1,ar«“ "f public roads ; . ";;'h<,r ,a'nl » are quiet and easily laad- "rsetmte of line, arsenate of cal-
"f the Department of Agriculture. Be an'ilcd. They feed well and make L'lum—are made from the crude arson
itclioo time la the Interval of time .‘■'l"",1 ‘■'"'n" 1,1 fl*'vh, particularly It, the k’. fruit growers who have not alreadr
181 between the Instaut „ : btndquartera, the region of the high Purrhuaed supplies should hasten to
s gu or atgual 1. seeu and the oeces I cuts. Thus a better quality of do 8°-"
»«ry actiou slarteil. A driver starts ,Jr>'aM I" secured together with higher---
J8 ‘‘8“ unother vehicle when sudden "’’"■i" ' ' "'■,h*'r Meat ; KEEP YOUNG LAMRS AIMIIWIIA
> a tlilrvl vehicle appears vkkk mj ' ^ 1 1,s quality when sold l>v the re- __^ UnOWING
block hi. path. The driver must de ! ,al"‘r wU1 a well satisfied ! Small Op.ninq~77r4a,
uvle whether to iu»M ,he vehicle w | c"n"unier and a future demand for Wh.J e...°. _ Adjoining Lot
Add handling. In sorting and In pack the JXiZL? 'mpoT,nn, >*“
ing Is emphasized In this new bulletin, between Texas anil ^11""''Z'*
The author savs that “the 1 mmeti , Oklahoma. The
"f the picking utensil should be In-I raoverav was" fom^h'11*'Un'1 lD r°"'
spec-ed carefully and all sharp edges, by avuU.on
rou^h surfaces the Issue, and
Small skin breaks re-
If hts reaction time u I more meHt of the Rame QnaHtj. It Is
wow he may not reallie the danger I °f“‘D "a,ed ,ha' linihs which are to
uoUl too late to avert an accident. shipped to the market before they
Where Forage Crop I. Growing
la Excellent Plan.
Jiw'rt™.rT«kn!! '?,V” r E'tr} a‘,r 1 ' o- !,rv ' ir '"',h8 «W need nut'"bi
.. ...... • 8 »ucea.rt«o of aivarks wuen a star crosses . t , . .. ... "“.trate.1. Thl, |, „ mlst„k.. ,,
Is apt to improve the
a star crosses a hair line in hi* r*,*fr**cd. This is a mistake as some
i.va wa.,1 . . I t\f tKo Mm 1. __L ___... ,
----— • nun Utlg HI |1 I , 1 — ---' ease rv'lliu
running to a tvdaeope and presses a key w thal 1 "f the r8m lamh* w,n *wsln to worry
Steady Stream of Soarke.
growing some palatah™"f,^,ge near
Ibe regular aheep pasture
Lh^Ita,!s.r? »* •l*>"7callyIn^Uihe“l| ^ to sucklng°tInT'eveea!° 8re
kilo** that he d«*«*s n<»t
f*c* aud press ihe
observe the I h<,f,,,v th,s tIme Furthermore,
An nniinnr. iK me key at the sum* n,Mrkel n,a-v not be strong at the time ,n,n n? *n ad^°,n,D* ,ot* » small
m l 7,77;, nL?'u : r*;A ha« >° <•* ■r-f «»*'■ «»d .her^ 'hrou*h ,h°
If the forage crop
when fth*U,h r6l!Ul*r C°n' TTlpr,*fore- w,uch hHN Geeq carefully detenu n^j V hel,i hack h-v the owner for several ^ J*!*1 th® ,an,h® hav® access to the
th. kr»i- P«lnt. close and 1. ,-allod hl, .,.rs, : „ ««k. for higher price*. During this “PP'a^antal feed. They win
•parks pa**a be- j A* varies «ith different people!^ I th* r*m ,amf’8 will not only
when the hreak«tr
•teady dream »*f
twee4» the spark plug points. The
Timer, of , fo,,, w|!h „ , rapidly lose In weight hut If kept
second watches will frequentlv gel I "l,h the rvm of 'be flock they will also
different results for the time Jf the 8US* ,h*‘ awes a"d ewe lamb, to
nice. lose flesh.
learn the trick of running to the for-
an excellent forage for this purpose.
New clover is splendid.
detailed soil maps, profile maps of
deep borings, and careful mechanical
analyses „f material were necessary
m order lo determine the presence or
absence of a gradation from coarse to
finer alluvial sediments from the edge
Of the bottoms toward the uplands.
MEANS OF SPREADING “T. B.”
Several Causes Responsible for Preva-
lence of Dread Disease Among
How did tuberculosis get such a
I bold ln m>- herd?" Is a question that
has puzzled many a stockman. The
following causes have been found liv
experts to be largely responsible for
the prevalence of tuberculosis among
Bringing untested cattle
""’“’t t- cW
*0»P «nf on CO-
r |u-). _
n-e reaction time of »,me people Operation Not Dang.rou«. --
la very slow and undoubtedly I. the' Neither r castrating are UKUW SUY BEANS WITH CORN
cause of many accidents. Doe* the d"nKeroua operations If properly per --
mihllc safety require thal such people fonned. Ijraihs should be docked and
h« (k'ni. d drivers' iiw^r.._« I castrattn) nhon they are from
denied driver.’ llcenaea? The
Bureau of Public Hoads is not vet
ready to advocate such a policy, hui
-ouslders that It ahould tw Investigated
a» a possible safety mes^ure.
Amount of Protein
Hew tha Vibrating Co.I I, Connatted. —,
days of age
is there is practically B<> retarding
of growth and !,-ss pain than Is the
case when they are older. I.ambs may
be both docked and ca«*rated at the
same time, thus avoiding the
<• Increased and
Combination Is Valuable for
Common drinking tank.
Common feeding troughs or pasture.
Nosing at fence lines or breaking
Poorly ventilated haras or sheds,
suiting from rough edges are little I Feed'ng of unpasteurized milk front
noticed when the tomatoes are packed. ; ,Dfac"'d c°ws "> calves or hogs,
hut may afford an entrance for fungi 1 Cnburned dead animals eaten
>ver their master and over their tnus-
“This was very Interesting to me.
'or I could not quite see how they
■'-otid fie able to do all this, and r
legged them to he ao good as to ex-
ilnlq It to me.
“They said they were both willing
tnd pleased to do so.
“Their master's house was right on
be edge of a small lake. In this lake
he bullfrogs had made their home
tnd every night they all sang and
rave n fine concert, which their nms-
If any framp or stranger nppearett
tbnuf or Could he heard, ar ,.n, e the
lull frogs stopped singing, and In thl*
way their master knew a stranger was
shout the place and would not he
token unawares but would be ready
and prepared and on guard.
"I next met some Ashes belonging
to the Shad family as I passed along
a great river, which was Just off a
big city harbor.
The Shad family were very proud,
even though It meant shat their pride
might end In people’s mouths.
I-or they said In olden days their
grandparenta were not thought so veil
of and If people ate shad they were
so ashamed of eating such cheap, poor-
fasting fish that they pretended actu-
ally they were not eating It.
“But In these days they told me
they were considered fine food nnd
really qu’te a luxury.
"It was strange, they thought, thnt
here were even fashions In food and
Inwhat was considered good to ent
They thought that
Tomato Vines Tied to Stakes Produce
Cleaner and Healthier Fruit
Soy hean, grown with com Increases
the amount of protein ln the crop
This Is generally valuable because
breaker mechanism is designed to gen.
«r«te s spark al the plug points when
the breaker potms open, but this de-
vice start, , ,tream of s,„rk. when
Uie breaker points rlo«. pre„„u, ,u ...
"me, retiming m.y 7. £Tnd "TrT k ‘ W " a"'
••rj. * ^ IOUnU 0 drt>r •• t.hey tmk easily.
The ! nited States l* now produ
,n* ***** than three-fourth* of tl
automobiles of the world.
Improves Faulty Engmt
rev-tlve ln Improving the ranch g ,.f
• faulty engme at lew lw
the setle. „f ,|„rg, ,ax-ur when ,h„
engine Is •>iM»mtiog
Be sure that
■H h«*ap connectb>n<i
are chanced i.n.*e a year. H ? watt,r
rnf9 th<* rul^ber lo.»«**ns up the fnl-ric
wh,ch *et< in the way of ?hc water
cuttlnjf down the efflu
neces- c°m lacks sufficient protein for most
| *'** i,f handling them twice. The k,nd* of stock. It pays to plant a
oj»eratlons should be performed on a few Pounds of -oy beuns per acre in
dear, cool morning and care should 00,11 to be hogged off. It would add
be taken that the animals are not ex v«7 Httle to the value of shredded
clteii or overheated either before or stover because the soy beans would he
after the work is done. likely to lose most of their leaves
A sharp knife or tome type of dock ,f the com were allowed to ripen be-
ing Irons may be used to do the dock fore cutting
Ing. In either case the tall should be ^ _____
s™u,‘L?e,ArV"mi, * K Cb l*COUr' Polson "’»<<■>-'-»" are ap, to b*
km*!1 >77! JTIL >"<I-T If * ,r"rca *nJ high priccl -his year ac
wl-h rh»Uf5*7 the 7rah ‘hould held x‘Cling to raisins. Better have iliem
Ith the feet up. the ramp resting on purchased early
that will develop rots In transit.
Much unnecessary bruising results
from the careless emptying of the
picking baskets Into the field crates
scattered by hngs or (logs.
Breeding to Infected hull or serving
cows outside tested herds
There are other ways In which the
wn s very
"'range, and I must sav that I
Then I stopped hy and saw „ ronie
wh0 had ™*ed four people from
being overcome by g„s. |Ie
howled so that a passer-by had
In to see what was
. , the matter and
had taken the family out Into the air
It has been pointed out that green to. dlfi*'"S4' ran be spread, but undoubted-
matoes are easily bruised. In dump-
ing the fruit from the basket to the
field crate the latter should be tilted
so that the tomatoes are permitted to
roll gently down the side of the crate."
Methods of Packing.
Standard packages used In various
parts of the country are fully de-
scribed and Illustrated, as well a, the
accepted methods of packing tomatoes
In the crates, lugs and baskets, pie -
tures show specimens of defective
ly stockmen can do much to check
the Inroads of this disease hy reducing
to the minimum danger from ihe
RAPE VALUABLE AS PASTURE
to "sav.'8 "" rlSht nmr' 1 01,1 'bnnkful
Plants Sometimes Grow More Than
Three Feet High Yielding Twen.
ty Ton* of Forage.
FARM WAGES IN ANOTHER DROP
if the tomatoes are
Swedish turnip, hut with
'u be properly much like that
graded so as to bring the hlghes 7a«£ , T' °f 'he
return, to the grower " t88h oav” ar» and
returns to the grower.
: Ing. The
pmnt ordinarily reaches
cy of the
Considerable space l. devoted to a heigh, of IS to 2d lu”hc,
discussion of packing sheds ranging from eight to ten ton, of gr"" l 'r ''
from temporary fte!d shelters th. an acre. Cnder favorah" co„d,
The coll Is mounted so that the hot
;h",a'8cl 18 kf-nnd-,1 the frame
of the car or the engine aud a w Ire
. erned tron, the h.wer ran,act
th* top of the distributor. The coil
wire of the circuit breaker
* ' ! ' “PP*f c”0'act. and th, other
wiring from circuit breaker 10 swim,
•nd to battery remain, unchanged
Slue, . vlbrstlu* coll cusi. im,,. „
Is possible to try out this device with-
(lilt mii.-l. ____
IV not change
Decrease of 3.1 to 6.4 Per Cent «u» m .he ,o.u,^ '7Z 12TZZ'Zl
»lth change In stmosiiherlc tempera
ture. M re damage results try
ing to compensate f«»r an Increase in
tl» tire ’emperatura than Is caused tv
the Increase In ’emperatura Itself.
Seen in Last Quarter.
Highest Monthly Rate Without Board
Wa* $62.71 in Western D>v.s>on.
and Lowest Was $30.71 m
Soutn Atlantic States.
rate was $2 13
stutesg and the
ACID PHOSPHATE WILL HELP
The hour* of use of the autom^htU
will total more than the hours ..f use oi ? Pr*p%r*4 by ‘f*^*^* *•••»
rawlnt“m' j7°“"*r*P'* 'vlcpbore anr The average „f rll-'Twages for the
ouiumchestw,!,, I„,.^';,:.v; :
bfrtoi^8**1 u*vd nave given such satis- I '* 88 01 ter 1 to January 1 E "t’"'* Wj>’ <’ Erad.eat. Bush That
-a .s7.,!,“ ‘!..Ih8MlJn8>' 1,8 With ' »H» ;® «h* . ■ -vy male t-v ,» S|lt..|,„, DM1„ „
~"w *ccldents sra" ToT^ S,*‘« D^8"—« - Wh.s^p,.nL
unavoidable skids an 1 :' AB *n average for the countrr, dav . P-vun-ls of crushed rock salt
Inr from ‘'f daa'* i farm laborer, sra receiving *T« . p»"«I ."he b,w „f ,h, common h“"
run- j than three high, while yields of 20 tons
In hlrrag hy the day without board Hu,pped. -dera P’X 'pUnTu ^
the highest average rate was »2« In pointed out hy the author. A diagram pasture. “Se 88 8
the North Atlantic states, and the low- .b"“s the most desirable sorting and __
«•< was t! « In the South Atlantic I,a<'kln«' npparaius In general ura
states With board, the highest dav The hu"*-''n close, hy emphasizing
In the North Atlantl'c ,he '“iportance of careful Inspection
•■west was gl.05 In the J ,he "“nn'oes In the pr.v ess of
Mtos. | packing or while being loaded Into ,
..iT ---—-- 01,ra- aBd *lso n."" attention to the
itALT WILL KILL BARBERRY " table m m,
-- C""' I terminal markets on arrival of ihese T> us<' of *c,d Phosphate with mn-
hlghly perishable shipments. "“Hi*.8 help ln °b«'klng the loss „r
l cse frogs have really musical voice,
and they can make seventeen differ
ent musical notes. *
."They sing, IOO, w|th pauses nnd
T v 7 Ver'r "lu,'h 118 buttmus do
lnil> they are remarkable!
'And then I was brought hack nnd
Checks Loss of
Nitrogen and Adds
Valuable Plan. Food-Not Good
ed that a used rar ailed with , ri-
brattag «« i, tl>,n , „w „ft
possible even by entirely renes.ng it.
«' gle spark type of Ignition ,vst„„ _
A. U 11 to Popular Scieu'e M«oUUy.
Tb« public.,Ion ahould he of va.ue ZZZZ ".n7"fo." 8"d">«
To Guard Against Skidding,
bever Jam brakes too qulcklv es
facially on . hill, smooth or wet pave
nietit. or other place where the car I;
likely to Slide or skid. This 1. not
only . matter of aafety. but also rave,
from Ihe unher.ide! h-o. ,1 ‘•‘'‘"'Yrs sra rccciv mg flab , £, the common har-
> v„wl part of ,h. rar * ! bo8rU 8nd *> rag^h-T. 'h8' 8''18 ,n s'>n‘«d
. . tabor by the month Ul kro * ro" '8 88 <'fl,|*'"'e w„
m rase one o, ball be.Hnra ■ ' ££ 8 a*on,h *"huu,! charge of
•< Provide . t,e»\r* .? . " ^ 8nJ w,'h '*u*rd- e-rmUbctloo work to low.
hvery geographic dlvUk* exce^ the -----
South central division reported fall- E“»"< si Pig Pomts.
Ing average farm wages during the j _ ™*c,,on. feed and
much helpful material fopie,
of the bulletin may be obtained free
upon request to the United states
Department of Agriculture. Washing
ton. D. C.
soon tv |
Hra'n out all m
Alaavs 'm V”" -S
A1» a \ s make sure
proper leeel and that pressure wugt
iDdicates properly. *
Causes of Broken Springs.
The principal esuaes of 5pring
"rhl *h*Ckl' k0,U' ,n°'rw' H-'"" or 'he thlckneas of a thnTdtoie anTt
_. •>n|l». Incxirract design.
StS.T" dr,vln, ‘nd uck
sura they a,, tight t
Atlantic and with central vtstm '° the udder development ,nd
though It Is undoubtedly of hen,-lit
a source of phosphorus, if
readily available it will p*
phosphate, and possibly much
*> e I n H made to
look chubby and
habyllke. w h I | e
others were made
fo look older and
“There was wood
pulp being mixed
"1th rosin and
k'1”** to make
iholr heads, and
their pink cheeks
"ere made h.v be-
ing sprayed from
•* Mn of enamel
“And then their
eye* were eape*
elully attended to
so Miey would he
full of expression
"Full of Ex-
""iny of them could am „ ,
Food ns a
Feed for Milk Flow.
For thirty or forty days before lamb-
ing the ewes should he fed a grain —
"on. Thl, .III m»ure a 'T'1 8 *'
milk wbic *0?d aowo' quantity and test
Buy Seed Year Ahead.
Many grower, flnd it worth while
buy seel . ,-ear ahead I’hro, » ,J°
Tbs highest average monthly rata
without board ... «;;i tn the west-
cm division, and th* lowest was $*>7l
8 .,h8 s,,u"> Atlantic states. The
i* ra , mo0,h,»' ™'« "'•> hoard was
1- ™ ln the western division, and the
tha other distinctive characters.
Origin 0f L-vely Chicks.
laid T/ hhlCk* frura ,h* «W
milk, which meeus the m~„b. a„T Z mTZZZT "‘*'7*
rasdy for m.rke, ear Her 7LZ 7 am Thta
ewes are r*oor milker* “ ,lJwi of "hat rmn
•nv m .t i "n'ry «ncr
on> In the world.
"Ah. yes, |
May Need Artificial Respiration
At time* the new-born lamb |s
v.vol KVasIrarara____■ .A,
Quality Counts Most.
most lifeless and often ran t“ ravtr^ rUl<> " * •" " ha' pav r„,
by a-fplng the mucus from ZTto
nostrils, then blowing mto 0m*-T_ ln c.tl h,
its mo*t expensive. Be sure of the ,
j ity; once t* secondary.
................ 'tmul -ro aT
•vatem used m u,,. ,r j "' loose-leaf
Holdup la B|.ht
nanV, circular; "There i.iil ,
1 ""I- hoi......fro,,, Ilk,'lv
•tirnlahlng „r parts - itln ,h*
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