Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, March 17, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LUTHER REGISTER
1 HERE IS PLACE ON MOST FARMS
FOR TURKEYS, DUCKS OR GEESE
<Pr*p*r*-1 by th* t’nltrd S»atr* Itrn*nt
Farmers give much attention to va
lions combinations and rotations of
crops, endeavoring to secure »m nr
rangement Unit Is most profit a Lie for
each Individual farm. They do the
same lu selecting the kinds and mini-
: ' , ... . "r turkexs. requiring little feeding at
l»ers of live st.s k. Hut not so mucii ,.......„
of waste tiiut would escape both hens
and turkeys. Taking a wider range
than chick* ns, and yet not quite so
wide as turkeys, keeping largely to
tlie thickets and weed patches, and
committing fewer depredations against
field and garden than either chickens
rEMPERATURE OF '"LsrEJLr
.... FLANK MEANS SAVING
OILING CAUSE OF
MANY AUTO ILLS
RIGHT WAY TO PLACE
INNER TUBE INCASE
attention is paid to the selection of
poultry to suit the peculiar conditions
of farms and neighborhoods. The hen
any time, being good layers during
their season of eggs Unit ure thought j
by many to have u richer and liner j
flavor even than hen eggs, the guinea !
Results of Experiments Obtained
by Dary Experts Explain
Why Product Souis.
Use of Ham cr Shoulder Often
Results in Infection.
,,, , . , , , , iiuiui IT1I-II mail III II 1..- “
will ulvtuys he tin* leader among farm , , , ,
, . . , , Is a gisHi fowl to k**. p o.i anj farm
poultry, nays tlie I nlted Sta • I »e
SUFFICE COOLER IS FAVORED
Department of Agriculture Urge* Vet-
erinarians to Avoid Possibility of
Injury by Selection of Some
Average Owner Prone to Seek
Other Sources of Evils Due
First Thing to Do Is to Partly
HUMS FOR CHILD
MUST KEEP WELL
'PUMPING" AMD IIS EFFECTS
Bad Practice to Allow It to Rest o
Ground or Garage Floor, Thus
Picking Up Particles of Sand,
Cinders or Oil.
Mothers in a Like Situation
Should Read This Letter
from Mrs. Enrico
jatrimcnt *»f Agriculture, but she re-
quires the aJd of turkeys, guineas,
geest* and ducks. Jti.st as mi i duiry I
where a serious effort F made to con-
vert all wa-te iut*. meat or eggs Coldest Water Obtainable Should Be
Cleese, in a larger measure tlma
(Prr|iar*d by the L'nit**.1 State* Department
chickens, or any other kind <>f poiilirv,
? cow often requires t«ie al*l , , .. .
, . ' , are grazing - oek, taking ihe r Imng
uni siieei. tn timi.e the farm
of pigs und sheep to make tin? farm
business most profitable.
Ducks Gath'.r Food From Streams.
Where grain fields of neighboring
In large part from the ordinary grasses
of the pastures. When tl.e fa* ts are
taken Into consideration that the de-
mand for geese is strong, steady ami
Used and Cans Set in Well In-
Needed in Shipping.
Complaints from packers indicate
that there are still many veterinarians
and farmers who persist in immuniz-
ing hogs against cholera by making
injections in the ham or shoulder, a
practice that often results in infection
Kind, Quantity and Rng-Fitt ng Are
Sensitive Points That Must Be
G ven the Utmost Considera-
tion by Owner.
farms an* in proximity to the barn ! extended practically over the entire
and dooryartl it would, perhaps, lie
better not to keep turkeys. The farm
through which no streams run, and
which has no lurge pond, would prob
ably tie better without ducks. But
the circumscribed farm, on which tur-
keys would in* a disadvantage. mu>
lie supplied witli a small pool so io
cuted that ducks would be profitable
and the farm that lias no streams and
year, not confined to tin* holiday
-ons as the demand for turkeys, that
as producers of fat, flu* Importance
of an adequate number of gre-e in the
poultry scheme becomes apparent.
On farms where ponds or streams
are available, ducks will convert in'o
meat and eggs great quantities of
wafer inserts and various aquatic
<Pr*par*«l by th# I'm............ ...
of Wricultnre » j and the formation of deep abseesaw
Milk of ordinary quality held at 75 the hams anil shoulders where the se-
degreos Full run heit, a temperature not rum and virus were injected. The
uncommon in the summer, soured in United States Department «*f Agricul-
3d hours, while the same quality of j lure has long advised against using
... . ... , ..... i milk held at 55 degrees kept sweet those parts as points of injection, and
geese excel all other kinds of poultry . . . , . , . .
______, __ , , , o»r mi hours. and at 40 degrees for the department veterinarians are In-
| ISO hours. These results were ob- structed to avoid the |M»»iblUty of such
j tallied in an experiment carried on i Injury by selecting some other place.
J by the ’dairy division. United States j The ham has been favored as a place
Ilepurfinent of Agriculture, to deter fur making the injections because they
mine the effect of temperature on tlie can he made more rapidly and easily
milk ; ami the results explain In a large i
J measure why milk which has not lieen
cooled on the farm—and kept cold
—often Is sour when it arrives at Its
The best and quickest wav to coni
j milk to 5o degrees Fahrenheit Is over
j a surface cooler. Use the coldest wa-
ter available, and then set tlie cans
of milk in a well-insulated tank filled
with water below’ 40 degrees Fahren-
heit. A Pi-galion <’1111 of milk precooled
J with water at 55 degrees Fahrenheit
j ami set in a tank of Ice water at 37
degrees Fahrenheit was cooled at 50
degrees In 20 minutes.
Hen Wid Always Be the Leader Among Farm Poultry.
of a surface cooler is es-
pecially necessary when the time be-
tween milking ami shipping is short,
j If warm milk is run over a surface
j cooler, ami then set in a tank of wa-
ter cooled with ice to 40 degrees
Fahrenheit or below, it should not he
j difficult to cool milk to 50 degrees
within ui! hour after it leaves ihe cow
i Because precooling with u surface
j cooler is Hot practiced and Ice is not
j put Into the cooling tank before the
Injecting Hog in the Flank.
ponds may have large range for tur
Turkeys, ranging further afle’d
prey upon the insects that escape
at this point, hut they c:m he made
: forms that would not be utilized by milk, much milk reaches tin* shipping with equal success in loss valuable
| any other kind of poultry. Ducks. st|l,h»n in summer at so high a temper- pUrts> su, h as the ilynk or auxiliary
i while they consume lurge quantities j attire that it sours on the way to the space, where there is loose connective
I of grass and other green stuff, are | rlFv tissue that readily absorbs the serum.
tlie hens. From the time the poults more partial to animal feed** ami are many farms tin* water used for jn making an auxiliary injection the
•.re old enough to forage until near very energetic in patrolling the branch- 'tailing milk comes from tin* general front legs should he spread apart so
frost, they take the hulk of their feed **s. crocks, and ponds as sources of storage tank or from a spring. The ;,s r,, Htre»t*-h the superiieial muscles
from field Insects, devouring millions J feed supply. temperature of such v. n r when It , between the legs, jind the needle should
of grasshoppers and other Injurious _______ . _ ___. , ... ^ reaches the cooling tank is much high be directed so ,s to avoid tlie muscles
worms that ft*etl on crops. In regions ® ’ | or than when it leaves the well or ,,f |j,,. shoulder.
where Wooded urea* are still fairly The one kind of poultry of question- spring Well or spring water that has j, is desirable to make the Injee-
ex tensive mast is an Important Item aim- economic value on farms Is the 11 11•• f tui• of from 5o degr* * to j tj, ,t a point that will m e drain-
lii the did of the turkey. When th*- pigeon. Almost exclusively a gram '*5* degrees Fahrenheit frequently is easv sliould an abscess form Se-
aupply of Insects begins to fail the eater, the pigeon renders no important i warmed up to 7n degrees or 75 degrees ruln s|,oUjf| neV(T pe injected into a
mast lanlcr begin-* filling up Fee*I
tng on acorns, chestnuts, beechnuts
and tlie like, turkeys will go a long
v ay toward fattening themselves for
the Thanksgiving or Christ mas mar
ket, and will not require much feed
lug of corn or other grain to tlni-b
them. (Jcnerafiy speaking, turkeys
will require n larger feeding of gra n
than chickens to finish them for mar
ket. hut ns they utilize forms of waste
that hens and their broods would not
tvaeh, th** keeping of a few’ turkeys Is
goml economy. The finishing period
Guinea fowls use still other kinds
service us a congener of waste, ex-
cept. perhaps, In the earn* of shuttered ‘
grain In the fields, and that In a ;
large measure would be taken up by
other poultry and by pigs. The pig-
eon lias Its place In the towns and
cities, but. except in Isolated Instances
where conditions are peculiarly favor
able. Its production Is not* often de-
sirable on farms. The hack-yard
poultry keeper can hardly ho|a* for
success with turkeys, geese, ducks. <»r
guineas, hut for those who have lofts
over garage, stable or coal shed the
opportunity for squab growing is
PLAN TO INCREASE SALES OF MILK
lions. Increases In milk consumption
have been effective, and even in places
of touch unemployment the quantity
Dopartmont ' ,n^ consumption has been kept up
Campaign* Have Been Inaugurated
Various Sections to Boost Dairy
Ihe Unit**-! Staten I
of Agrt. ultur** >
j to normal. In nearly ull cases the
Consumption of milk is on the In- milk consumption subsequent to the
crease us u result of the milk cam- milk campaigns has been greater than
puigu of the United States Depart , if ever was before.
went of Agriculture and the state ug- • ———-—
rlcultural colleges ami local agencies. GOOD PREPARATION IS BEST
Inaugurated to extend and Increase
the use of milk anti other dairy prod-
uct* In cities, towns ami rural dls
Much Work of Cultivation Can Be Re-
duced by Thoroughly Pulveriz-
ing the Soil.
mass of fatty tissue, as it is not suffi-
ciently absorptive. Although the ser-
ous membrune lining in the ubdom-
| inal cavity takes up serum readily, ab-
dominal injections are not recommend-
ed because of the danger of punctur-
ing the internal organs with the
needle or of currying Infection into the
Small pigs and shotes up to 80
pounds In w’eight may be held up by
the hind legs, with the forefeet rest-
ing on the ground, and the injection
made into the loose tissue of the tiank.
A pig so held Is in a good position for
the taking of temperature, cleansing
tlie area of operation, and making the
injection. - Farmers’ Bulletin 834.
which has been recently reprinted, con-
tains full information regarding hog
cholera and tlie methods of control.
ILLINOIS LEADS IN BUILDING
No cjr owner **f the present day
needs to Le told how Imirortunt lubri-
cutiiHi in all its many usiiects is in
contributing to the life and efficiency
of the motor car. However, there are
certain forms of lubrication failure
that the owner often does not realize
ns existing. He does not attribute to
them the troubles which they have
For instance, it Is a very common
characteristic of automobile engijies
to develop a tendency to allow the
lubrication oil to leak past tlie piston
rings into the combustion chamber,
where it soots tlie plugs, induces th£
-nicking of an aggravated character
j anti forms extremely heavy carbon
i deposits. Frequently car owners coni-
i plain of tlie carbonizing tendency of
I their engines without realizing ap-
• parent I y that the trouble Is due to
j improper lubrication or to a tuijior
trouble in tin* engine.
“Oil Pumping” Evil.
The common name for this leakage
of oil Is “oil pumping,” and its fruits
are a carbonized motor, or sooty, oily
plugs, which induce ignition trouble
j in more or less aggravated form,
j Large stuns were spent in changing
‘ -park plugs, putting in new piston
: rings anti even replacing the pistons,
. to cure a chronic rase of oil pumping,
anti all to no use. for the simple rea-
son that <me hail neglected some lit-
tle seemingly minor detail that was
the key to the whole situation.
The lubrication of the engine cylin-
der Involves a good many problems
and some co-operation on the part
of the user if they are to lie satis-
factorily solved. The ideal condition,
of course, is to have Just enough oil
supplied to keep the evlinders prop-
erly lubricated, but not so much that
it will work past the rings Into tlie
combustion chamber. In practice this
ideal is difficult to achieve and In
practically every engine there is a
certain amount of leakage. In most
cases this Is kept low enough to keep
carbon and other troubles from the
Every car manufacturer recom-
mends a certain grade of oil to he
used In his engine, and his advice
should l»e rigidly adhered to by the
car owner. In case there Is any ques-
I tlon In the matter the advice of the
j service station should be asked. Tlie
! commonly recommended lubricant Is
a medium body oil, but this is not
universal, so the ear owner should
make r.bso'utoly sure of his ground
in this vitally Important matter.
Ring Fitting Exacting Matter.
Fitting piston rings means more
than merely plat ing the rings In their
grooves. The rings must fit the
grooves so that there is perhaps .001
of an inch up and down clearance, or
Just enough to prevent leakage, and
still not cause tlie ring to stick. The
rings should he lapped in size and
ring fittings should be done by ex-
There has been a tendency in re-
cent years when engine lubricating
Unexpected outbursts from Inner
tubes originate from sms of omission
and commission. By emphasizing the
more glaring ones it is believed the
motorist can he saved the dollurs that
would otherwise he wasted.
Haste In replacing punctured or
blown-out tubes is one trouble. The
right way to place a tube into a cas-
ing is to first partly inflate it. Then
it should lie applied carefully, the side
bearing tlie stem always being kept In
sight. When it Is in the casing It I
should be talced carefully und the fin-
gers forced all around the tire to make
sure that talc has been evenly dis- j
tribute*!. A tube never should he In-
setted unless partially inflated.
In pumping a tube before insertion
most moforists allow it to rest on the j
ground or on the floor of the garage.
This practice is wrong. It allows the
tube to pick up particles of sand, cin-
ders and oil. which create friction and
eventually tiny holes.
The right way is to place the tube
over tlie left shoulder anti pump with
the right hand. Thus no portion of
the tube will be allowed to touch the
road or pavement. When tube is well
rounded with air and free from
wrinkles it is ready for Insertion In
the casing, and then should be pumped
to the prescribed pressure.
Chicago, Illinois.— “I took Lydia El
Pinkham’a Vegetable Compound for t
serious trouble. I
had tried doctors ana
all said the same—an
operation. At first I
nly felt the pain on
my left side.butlater
1 seemed to feel it oa
both 8ide3. I am a
chine operator and
have a little girl to
support. 1 work in s
tailor shop and that
line of work has been
very slack this year and I am home part
of the time. I do not like to take any
chances, so I consulted my friends, and
one lady said, ‘Take Lydia Pinkhara’z
rvaftioinn 9 ar\ T i U I fnl* Krttfnl
medicine,’ so I did. I have felt bettei
right along and am in good enough health
s. Mary Enrico, 45i
penter St., Chicago, Illinois.
Often the mother is obliged to support
her children and good health is neces-
sary. Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetabl*
Compound is just the medicine you cao
depend upon. It is a medicine 'for wo-
men’s ailments and the relief it brought
Mrs. Enrico it may bring to you. Keep*
well by taking Lvdia E. Pinkham’s Veg
AUTO BODY IS DETACHABLE
Object of Recent Invention is to Pro- j
vide Frame* Which May Be
Applied or Removed.
Tin* Scientific American in illustrat-
ing and describing a detachable auto-
mobile body, the invention of \V. II.
\Vochnerw 1C08 Stone street, Falls
City. Neb., says: Tlie invention rt*-1
lutes particularly to an arrangement
whereby the hotly of an automobile
may he quickly applied or removed,
tlie object being to provide a simple J
•"TlfE violent paroxysms of coughing
I soon eased by Dr. King’s Netc
Discovery. Fifty years a standard
remedy for colds. Children like it<
No harmful drugs. All druggists, 60c.
For Colds and Coudhs
State Constructed 341 Miles of Perma
nent Hard Roads in 1920, Setting
Milk Should Be Cooled Immediately
After It Is Drawn.
One of the most Interesting develop-
ments of tilt* last ten or fifteen years
I has been the complete rehabilitation
1 of tlie road, in Its age-long role as one
; of tlie chief means of communication.
The years that Intervened between the
i Ing tank.
1\ is se\ernl degrees warmer by tlie
time It reaches the railroad stilt bin.
| The work of cultivating the garden
j will he greatly reduced if special at-
j tenth*n is given to the through prep-
i a rat Ion of tin* soil before any sFeds
j are planted. In spading the laud it
j should he (timed over In small slices
| and thoroughly pulverized with the
| end of the spade. No amount of rak-
I mg t*f tin* surface will result in pulver-
ising the lower strata of soil unless
[ this Is done us It is turned over. In
j :*iolls lliut are easy to bundle, a 4-tlne
I spading fork Is to he preferred to ail
! ordinary spade, because It breaks up ! covered with
! the soil and pulverizes it to better ml* n»(I •N“* 1 was an ordinary, unprotect
! vantage United States I a part incut *mI •’,|n. During the trip, with the air
of Agriculture. j temperature at so degrees Fahrenheit,
the milk in the Insulated can nme one
Fahrenheit before it readies the cool- (coming of the railway and tlie coming
■ of the motorcar aaw a great silence
I'vyn under the b'st conditions, milk |unfl a great quiet settle down over vast
transported during hot weather usual- 'numbers of the world's highways, says
( lirihiiun Science Monitor. The motor-
ear, however, has changed all that.
To show the importance of protect- ; und today states ami countries are
ing milk in transit during hot weather, vying with one another in the matter
four ten gallon cans of milk moled to of road building, as to both quantity
4 1 degrees Fahrenheit were hauled 13 and quulity All honor, therefore to
miles from a farm to the railroad sta- .tin* state of Illinois with Its 341 miles
tlon. Fan No l was an insulated type; lot new permanent hurt I roads, lust
No. 2 was an ordinary can covered ' year, “a record for such construction
with u one inch felt Jacket; No. 3 was in any state in the Union prior to
hulf inch felt Jacket, ! 1JI2U.’"
COW WILL INCREASE INCOME
Cleanliness Is Most Essential m Pro-
duction of Milk.
Individual Pens Are Good When Farm-
er Can Afford Them—Labor
E. A. Hanson, dairy extension spe-
triets. The increase in sales of milk
as a result of them* educational nun
paigns carried on during the past year
In 11 states, 15 cities and 4 counties
range from 3.5 to 35 per cent, the
average Increase being 15 per cent.
The health of the children has been
Improved while undernourishment has
Nutrition clinics have been hold, and
underweight, poorly fed children have
Improved greatly in health us a ennse-
QPflPP RPOIlIPPn RY PM V/PC degree in temperature, the milk in the Animal Is Most Efficient Money Maker
arMUL ncyumtu tn UALVLB ,.HIIS W|th JurUetK rase Six on Farm and It Ent.tled to Good
degrees, ami tile milk In the unprotect-
ed ciiii rose *2ti degrees. The cans
were then shipped by rail in an ordi-
nary baggage cur for more than 1,000 j elullst at l diversity farm, renews the
miles at uii average ulr teuqieruture | Inquiry. "Arc you keeping cows or are
of about SO degrees Fahrenheit, to they keeping you, in a collection of
study the effect on the milk. In the | f‘**’ding suggestions recently issued by
unprotected can the milk hud reached ,
six months old. Individual pens are u tempera tun* of do degrees Fuhren- j "But the cow to work." he says,
good when one can uffortl them, hut heit In two hours, or after It had trav- “und she Is the most efficient money
they are more costly on account of about ten miles from the farm milker on tin* farm today. A cow pro-
tlu* large amount of niuteriul iioees- ; (before reaching the railroad) ; the dneinjf 25 pounds of 4 |*er cent milk
Miry for pen walls, space required, ; milk in tlie can covered with the half- | daily makes one pound of hutterfut
iml labor in cleaning them than pens j inch jacket reached 00 degrees Fuhren- a day, worth about 5<> *cnts. This
holding tour or five calves apiece. ( helt only after 11*4 hours, or about -’**8 cow nee* Is mi Ions and hnv and silage
latter art* entirely satisfactory : miles of travel; the can covered with which should not cost mure tln»n 15
M ike iioviU Noim il V.' i i
way is the way of Dr. King's Pills-*
gently and firmly regulating the bowel^
eliminating the intestine clogging
waste. At all druggists, 25c.
J I .
Perspective View Showing Automobile
With Invention Applied.
construction which may be formed ns
part of tin* automobile or which may
he made independently and attached
thereto. A further object is to pro-
vide frames forming a runway, one of
which is mounted on tlie chassis, the j
other on tin* body of the au'omoblle.
whereby tlie body may he slidingly
fitted Into position.
Do not permit any water to ♦ouch
the hood while it Is hot.
One of the newest motor organiza-
tions In this country Is the Woman’s
National Automobile Flub of America.
Mrs. Charles Baker of New York city
troubles occur to fit some special type
of piston ring and believe that set-
tles the matter. Many of the special
rings have real value, hut they must
tie accurately fitter!, Just the same as
un ordinary diagonally-split ring.
In some cases it Is possible to cure
a chronic case of oil pumping by drill-
Irg flu* skirt of the piston with . Spark advanced too far for the rate |
l-l(Mnch holes, spaced at equal d s- | of speed at which the engine is run- j
fauces under the lowest groove. This. ! ning causes knocking of the engine I
with perhaps the addition of a scraper and connecting rods to break. If will
For sores, broken
blisters, bums, cuts
and all skin irri-
C&ECEBBOOCB MFC. CO.
When the rear tires show consldern-
h’A rear, Interchange with the front
tires and reverse sides. The change
wl!l mean an Increase In mileage from
State Street New Vorb
ring In the skirt, will often work
Finally, a scored cylinder will in-
duce oil pumping, since tin* trenches
In the cylinder wall allow the oil to
escape past tlie rings. In this case
the cylinder will have to be operated
upon by some specialist in this work.
also cause overheating **f the engine.
As a means of protecting road signs
on highways in the United States a re-
quest has been made to the executive
councH of tlie Boy Scouts of America
to enlist the co-operation of scouts In
preserving the markers.
"How do you like a nut diet Instead
Df meat ?’*
“I miss the gravy.”
NOT SO BAD -FOR AN OLD FELLER
Twenty to twenty-five square feet
of floor space exclusive of mangers
should tie provided for calves under
provided the calves are slumhloiied | the ona-inch Jacket traveled for !3
, while being fed. I hours, or about 332 miles, before
quence of the more general ami Intel- - ---------- i reaching tkt degrees Fahrenheit, und
ligent Use of milk as a dully food. GIVE PIGS WORM TREATMENT ,l,,‘ ln,lk in t,M* hisuluted can did net
In Kansas Uity a previous survey _____ reach 00 degrees Fahrenheit until af-
ahowed a condition of 30 per cent un- Youna Animal* Should Be Looked ! ler -5 hours, or <150 miles of travel,
dernourishment among the children,
while after the milk campaign ami reg-
Young Animals Should Be Looked
After as Soon a* Weaned—
Clean Pasture Favored.
uh»r Instruction in health habits, n
second investigation showed that mil- Pigs should always he given worm
nutrition has been reduced to 15 per treatment Immediately after weaning.
cent. Of late milk campaigns have if necessary give them a second dose
been held in Madison, WIs.; Wheeling,
W. Va.; Seattle, Wash.; (ireeuvllle,
S. C\; Akron, O.; Warren. <).;
Wlnstoo-jhdem, N. Springfield,
Muss.; Oskaloosa, la.: Baltimore, Md.;
Oakland county, Michigan; Cumber-
land county, Maryland, and Jackson-
ville anti Duval county, Florida.
Despite disturbed Industrial eondl-
two weeks after the first. If they are
then turned on a good alfalfa, clover
or r ipe pasture and are fetl grain in
addition so that they remain thrifty
there Is little danger of further trouble
from worms, in other words keeping
hogs reasonably free from worms la
not a difficult thing to do, if they ui -
looked after ut U>e proper lime.
Inspect the Cellar.
It pays to examine the root crops
tn the cellar ami to throw away every-
thing that Is rotting. Rot is very con-
tagious, and a little care now will
cents dally leaving 35 .*enfs dally
above the cost of io r feed. Where can
you invest your time and efforts to bet-
ter advantage? Give your cows a
chance. They are all capable of doing
better when properly fed."
HIRES LA GRIPPED DAY
DETROIT. W'H'HILI, CO. MICHIGAN.!
Clears the Skin
and Keeps it Clear
So«p 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c, Talcum 25c.
West the Dentist
for Less Money
129} WEST MAIN STKEBt
|4k jSfc OKLAHOMA CITY
t WWSs, Phone M. 1<63
r unn y t iitihelti is simwii in tin* photograph driving an l$h‘.i model steam-
driven machine. It beat an equally aged gas car In a race for the honor of
leatliug the parade opening the auto slit w ut the Coliseum In Chicago recently.
THE BIG 4
Manure I* Essential.
Mitrture is very essentia! on poor
soil where \» gotabb*s are to he grown.
Kvery shovelful saved in the ham lot
will stimulate the soil and Increase tlie
bring through the winter bushels that >Ield. Save the manure and enrich the
would otherwise fall even
good hog feed.
to make j garden and truck patches.
Poor Place for Poultry.
Cold, dump land Is no place f>r
poultry; that which dries soonest af-
ter a rain Is the best land on which
io rul*e fowls.
Improving 7arm Place.
Outside of paint, there D hardly
anything that Improves a place more
than cement walks. Anti they are a
real convenience, too. But gravel or
cinder wuJks are better than none.
Knocking Valve Stem*.
Valve stems which are extremely
loose in their guides may possibly pro-
duce a knock because of side play and
improper seating under pressure of the
valve springs. Another trouble from
worn guides or poorly fitting stems is
leakage of oil from the crankcase.
New Auto Washer.
A compressed air devi<» for washing
automobiles enable* water to be ap-
plied at any pressure desired and the
air uioue cun be used to dry them.
The estimated world’s production of
petroleum in 1020 was 638,474.254 bar-
rels. as compared with 554,505.048
barrels in 1019. This represents a
gain of 24.2 per cent.
An auto export claims that more un-
pleasant delays, when on tour, are due
to neglect of motorcar springs than to
uny other cause.
Baroness Marion Antoinetta Avanso
Is distinguished as a motor ruce driv-
er in Italy.
Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the world’s stand-
ard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles —
The National Remedy of Holland foe
centuries and endorsed by Queen Wilhelm
mint*. At all druggist*, three sizes.
Lock for th* name Gold Medal on ovary I
end accept do imitetioo
nrir'fr ^ I
Probably He Didn't.
Martha, four, accompanied by her
Sister, Katherine, six, came to tlie ofw
fice to see “daddy.” He had gone nufc
on some mission but Inquiries of the
various habitues of the office folleti
to bring information as to his where*
shouts. Finally Martha remarked;
“I guess daddy knows himself vvhert.
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