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LS lil FLOCK
TH E POLK C O U N TY POST
at In d ep en d en ce, O regon .
March 28. 1918, at the poatolüce at
Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
CLYDE T. ECKES
Editor and Publisher.
S IX MONTHS
ONE YE A R
t. tleaa otherwise provided for, eubecriptioita w ill be stopped at expiration
St. Mawea’ Lad’ s Lady, a Jer-
C A N A D IA N TOBACCO.
Many New Poultry Houses Have Been
Conetructed and Others Repaired
and Cleaned— Breeding Elim
No o lga re tte has
the same delicious
fla v o r a s Lucky
Strike. B e c a u s e
Lucky Strike Is the
Mrs. Wincey Trucida Rose, a
(Prepared by Shi- United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Culling cumpatgus iu lowu and
Idaho have gn-utly improved poultry
methods in the communities where
they were carried on. The home detti-
castration agent, co-operatively em
ployed in Marshall county. Iowa, by
the State Agricultural college und the
United States Department o f Agricul
ture, states that many new poultry
housed have been built und many otti
ers repaired and cleaned. In one
month, with the assistance of a spe
cialist from the State Agricultural col
lege. 36 demonstrations o f culling
eey heifer in the hero of Harry ( well known resident of Airlie, :
D. lliff is the world’s champion having owned a hotel for a num-
her of yeais, died at the Dallas
The official test was completed hospital August 12, after a short and-clover hay V r e not always ade
quate for alfalfa, anil In many In
at midnight Friday o f last week, illness.
stances a good grade o f alfalfa hay
Mrs. Rose was born in Arkan- might be assured by the use of hay
showing that she produced ap
proximately 828 pounds o f butter «as August 6, 1852, and was the
In the official I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
fat in one year.
testing the cattle are divided as Estes.
one b a g of
FARMERS’ WIVES GET $177.22
Harry lliff Produces
Airlie Woman Answers
Summons of Death
World’s Champion Cow
In the South, where the weather Is
rainy a large part of the time during
the long buying season, the hay cap
is an es|>eclally valuable addition to
hay making equipment. Alfalfa, also
alfalfn and Johnson grass mixed hay
are cut from three to five times a year
in the South, and a great deai of hay
of inferior quality is made as a result
of trying lo cure by ordinary-methods.
In this section hay caps have been
used In good advantage, es|s>cially
«it h legume hay grown for market.
Sue is survived by five
to ages, the term “ senior year- daughters and three sons, Mrs.
lin g” indicati g that she fr e s h - Hugh Williams, Mrs. Frank By-
ened at less than two y e a r s of | erley of Newport,
M rs.' D.
Mrs. Sam Hastings,
The record in the senior year Seattle,
of Hoskins, Joe
ling class o f 800.08 pounds of
butter fat, made over a year Rose of Clotis, Wash., and Pearl
The funeral ESTIMATE OF LUM BER WASTE
ago by Lulu Alphea, Jersey in Rose of Seattle.
herd of J. J. Van Kleek & Sons services were held August 15 by By Careful Cutting Much Can Be
Saved and Short Pieces Can Be
o f Beaverton, at that time sur Rev. Face of Monmouth at the
Used in Odd Places.
The new champion began her
produced in Sfptember. her first
full month, 51 pounds o f butter-
fa t an 883.2 pounds o f milk.
July o f this year she made 81.79
pounds o f butterfat and 1193.8
pounds o f milk, increasing the
butterfat in her
milk from 6.15 per cent to 6.84
She was milked twice
daily at first, changing to three
times in October and four times
Ik The new champion was bred by
G. G. H ew itt o f Monmouth and
Mr. lliff bought her at auction
June 10, 1920. for $62&
Don't forget to estimate the waste
in buying your lumber for building a
poultry house, barn or other structure.
In figuring on common sheathing add
one-tenth for waste, and one-fourth
for matched flooring and all kinds of
By careful cutting you can
save much o f the w aste; and there are
many places In a huildlng wltere the
short pieces con be used.
Don’t buy too many nails. I f you
do they are almost certain to be scat Home D e m o n s t r a t io n Agent Culling
“ Slacker" H e n s.
tered around the place, especially If
Would Obviate Much Difficulty
in the United States Department of
With Alfalfa Crop.
Agriculture prefer wire ualls as they
are easier to use than cut nails, al
though the latter kind have greater
Manicuring, Shampooing, Electro-
Old Method« Used in Curing Mixed binding power. Use 10 to 20-d ualls
lysis, Hair Dressing, Permanent Wave,
Timothy and Clover No* Alwaye
for fram in g; 8 to 10-d for sheathing:
Scalp Treatment, Wrinkle Treatment.
6-d finish or, ensing nnils for chip-
Adequate for Good Grade of
Electolytic Massage, Bleaching and
A lfalfa Hay.
Special Acne Treatment,
penny nails are 1 % Inches long, 6-d I Tinting,
(Prepared by the United State» Depart are 2 Inches, and 8-d nnils are 216 Marinello Preparations and Hair Goods.
ment o f A g r ic u lt u r e .)
Inches. It takes about four pounds of
Hay caps can be used to advantage 8-d nails to 1.000 shingles; 18 pounds HAIR GOODS SWITCHES MADE FROM COMBINGS
on muny farms in the eastern half of o f 6-d for 1,000 square feet, board
MRS. IRENE SCOf T
the United States, to keep rain from measure, o f beveled siding; 20 pounds |*
wetting hay in cocks, it is pointed out o f 8-d, and 25 pounds of 10-d for 1.000 i Phone 1690 SALEM 125 N. High St.
In Farmers’ Bulletin 1)77 of the United square feet of sheathing; 30 pounds
States Department of Agriculture.
o f 8-d for 1,000 square feet of floor
In the corn licit, where thousands of ing. and IS pounds of 10-d, or 25
farmers Hre growing small acreages of pounds o f 20-d for 1,000 feet o f stud
1 given. Dot) persons attended and 7,320
| birds were bundled from which there
were 3.003 culled out. Tuberculosis
was found in 43 flocks and cholera
! In -17.
Records Were Kept.
Thirteen egg records were kept for
i two weeks before and after the dem
onstration. The owners found that
2,219 birds laid 5,492 eggs before cull
ing nnd that after culling 1,527 birds
laid 5,,’!79 eggs, which meant that 692
: were not producing. The “ slackers”
were sold for 25 cents per pound, and
netted .$177.22 for the fanners’ wives.
In another county in Iowa during
; one month 62 demonstrations were
1 held in the culling of home poultry
flocks by tlte home demonstration
agent in which 6,833 birds were
I handled and 2.000 culler! out. at a sav
ing o f $5,322 on feed. About $1,200
was realized from the sale of these
Big Saving in Idaho.
Six home demonstration agents In
Idaho counties reuort uoultrv culling
MOST M ONEY
W e buy everything you
want to sell ami sell
everything you want to
buy. Cash or trade.
Bring in everything you
want to sell and I will
sell it for you on a
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Hartman's Eyeglass Sen-ice
Keeftsan Eye on Your Eyes
acceptance o f the figures by the
J. C. C. may take eome time,
but the figures now made public
are perfectly :>uthenticated.
B e e p n r« not very generally kept
farms far supplying the family with
M a t.
There are man.) area», eape-
tn hilly or mountainous regions.
States Department o f Agrleul-
tww specialists point out. where near
ly «very farm could keep a few mut-
N a Mieep to advantage
girls* rlohs In some part* of the coun
try h av« done much to f«*te r home
productl.«n o f mutton.
naturally gras« over rather
and *«H»k a variety i»f
Thla habit adapt* them to
M a g k«pt In large number* on land*
o f spar*« vegetation or which furnish
a variety of grasses or other plant».
Thajr do hotter on short and flno grass
than «a roar*« or high feed.
will eat much brush and. If confined
to amall areas, will do a fhtr Job of
cleaning up land. When used In this
way or on land producing brush only
they cannot be expected to prove very
satisfactory In producing good lamb*
or good wool. Useful Information for
anyone undertaking the rnlaliig o f
sheep will he found In Farm er;' Bui- j
letlD 840. while slaughtering and
methods o f rooking and cutir : (ha
M a t a r e d le r e a a e d ia F a r m e r s ' B .I 'e O a
Carl Fenton’s Orchestra
Carl Fenton’s Orchestra
“ Honolulu Kyea" is on$ o f the most melodious waltzes recently, released also played by Carl Fenton’ s
Orchestra. To those wanting the latest dance music, we submit with endorsement, “ Honolulu Eyes.”
A lfaita Hay, Showing Cocke Covered
alfalfn, and heglmilng to realize the
great value o f this crop, the uae of hay
caps would largely obviate the diffi
culty now experienced In curing the
Brut and the last cuttings. The old
m«tho<U used In curing mixed timothy-
PRODUCE MUTTON FOR TABLE
A r « Many Areas Where Few
CeuM Be Kept at Advan-
ae Thrive en Brueh.
they have the milking rec
The formal official
Pranci g glancing, dancing— all rhyme with “ Bright Eyes’ ’ played by Carl Fenton’ s Orchestra. This
record is full o f melody and rythm. One hearing will convince you o f this faet. This is a fox trot for YOU__
ords from every milking time to
TO R E A LIZE THE
“ BRIGHT EYES” and “ HONOLULU EYES”
ing the milk and its fat content,
Tobacco farmers of Canada art
preparing for a 60,000,000-pound
crop this year, which should have a
total value o f more than $15,000,-
Ontario last year produced
21,688,500 pounds on 20,114 acres.
Quebec, the premier tobacco prov
ince, produced 26,400,000 pounds
last year, an average o f 800 pounds
an acre. It was a 50 per cent in
crease over the preceding year. The
tobacco industry is also flourishing
in the Kelowna district o f British
Marinetlo Cosmetic Shop
l liff farm, checking ana weigh
C A P S ADVANTAGEOUS
IN PROTECTING HAY
two days o f each month on the
ere laid to
100 pounds o f butter fat for the and the remains
St. Mawes’ Lad’s Lady rest in the English cemetery
topped the 800 pound mark near Airlie.
test August 20 o f last year and
B ull D urham
passed previous records’ by over Airlie United Evangelical church
you can roll
S O Mo o d
lO c t s from
Poultry Methods Greatly Im
proved by Campaigns in Com
munities in Idaho and Iowa.
"TTS TOAST! i f ,
Do you know
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Published every Friday
with the result o f saving $.>1.366. in
teresting reports from the counties In
clude the building o f 25 standard-ty|>e
poultry houses, a tuberculosis eradica
tion campaign, two poultry excursions
with an attendance of 170 interested
people, and a community breeding
circle to demonstrate that systematic
breeding tends to eliminate nonlaying
hens. T w o counties conducted fall
culling campaigns followed by co-op
erative marketing in carload lots. Defl-
nlte poultry records ore being kept by
demonstrators In each o f the six coun
I Restore the Usefulness
To worn. Injured and sick
caalnfls and tubca
Expert Tire Surgery
Our “ cure” la always
a perfect one.
Also New Tires for Sale
M.J. O’D O N N E L L
Shop In building formerly occupied
by Williams barber shop
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tight Schools; Seventy Departments
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Fo r inform ation w rite to the R e e n t ra r
Oregon Agricultural College
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Science and the A rts .
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The School ot Business
The School o f Education.
The Extension Division.
School o f Journalism.
School o f Law.
School of Medicine.
School o f Muaic.
School of Physical
The School of Sociology.
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