Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, April 27, 1916, Image 1

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Job« C. McGee Aisances
Doings of Our Neighbors
By C. C. Lamb, 0. A. C. Extension
Poultry Specialist
Feed the little chicks clean, untainted
food. Musty or mouldy food is liable to
bring disease and serious trouble.
If prepared ehick feed is need, buy
good quality, Tbe cracked corn in the
chick feed may be musty if too dd and
if it has lieen heated in any way.
If yonr miller ean supply a good grade
of cracked corn and cracked wheat, you
can make a good efficient home mixture
of chick feed.
A chick ration that is too concen­
trated will cause digestive troubles.
ration that is too bulky will not furnish
nourishment for satisfactory
Don’t forget that the growing chick
nerds just as carefully a balanced ra­
tion as the laying ben. Ash, grit, char­
coal, succulent green food and animal
food are important elements in the
chick’s ration.
Tiie following ration and method of
ciiick feeding is used successfully at the
Oregon Experiment Station,
Starting Food- Bran mixed crumbly
with soft boiled egg; or bread squeesed
dry oet of milk.
Grain Mixture. 1 pint cracked wheat,
1 pint cracked com.
Mash Mixture.
S the. wheat byaa,
1 lb. wtaM middling at ahoste. 1 Mt.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Waterman of
Walla Walla were visitors at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. P Campbell last
Mrs. E. M. Donley of Rock Creek
called on Mrs. P. L. Bliss Saturday
C. F. Kesterson, who
ing with friends and relatives hereabouts
during the past week, returned to hie
home at Kellogg, Ore., Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stine entertained
friends from the city 8'inday.
John Steiger of Lents transacted busi­
ness in the valley Tuesday.
Dan Rock was a Portland visitor on
business matters Tuesday
J H. Nolta transacted business in
Gresham one day tbe first of the week.
T. P. Campbell and G. N. Sager made
a trip to the Damascus country Tuesday
Mi«s Baumgsrtner is via ting for a few
days this week with her sister who re­
sides in Astoria.
Pleasant Vnliey Grange held an in­
teresting all day sewi .n last Saturday.
Several resolutions were passed.
candidate was initiated in the first and
second degrees and niu<-h other businese
was taken cm r>* of
A numb-r of visit­
ors were pres- nt, among these was T.
J. Kmeder of Lent». Fred J. Meindl
and A G. Thomson, both of Portland.
Mr. Meindl is a c>ndi<lat for state
representative iron« .Multnomah County,
and Mr. Thomson is a candidate for cir­
cuit Judge department No. 3.
gentlemen delivered interesti g talks tie-
fore the grange,
bounty Agent Hall
was also present and imparted some
valuable information pertaining to the
growing of crops ou <ue farm.
Mehinnwi ideas won't serve the needs of
• MS-fiaglrd peritMl.
Nor caa men