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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1911)
HOG RAISING IN OREGON.
bred Poland China sires or vice
versa. Tilla I» feasible with u graded
herd, but too expensive with pure
"Young pigs should not I m - fed
coarse, bulky feed, neither la coarse
grain, such as ground oats and bar
ley, good when the pig first lieglna
to cat. These course feed» Irritate
the intestinal tract and may tie re
sponrlblu for producing what ía gen-
erally known as thumps ami (ton vul-
The Ideal food for a young
pig I» aklin milk and shorts or mid
should be fed until the pig Is at
least three months old. Then again
the pig should have exercise, Many
pig» are ruined by being teed rich
feed without being given any exer
They are prone, under such
conditions, to develop« rheumatic
arthlrltls which la a very serious
Thia, however, can be en
tirely eliminated through exercise.
Young growing bogs, In fact all boga,
should be provided with clean, com
fortable quarters during the winter
months, as hog» are very susceptible
to cold and suffer If not provided
with warm sleeping quarters.
"Ilogs should b<- finished for the
market at th« curliest practicable
age. The younger the animal the low
cost of production,
months old pig will nfake a pound
gain with at least one-third leva fet'd
than a oue year old hog.
In production means growing the pig
In the ojien field during the summer
and finishing it for the market quick
ly In the fall lu a fattening period
not exceeding over about sixty days.”
Be One of the First
A fearful death waa that of a man
named John Baird at a mill In New
Bacon Produced From Fssds
York. Ao be bent over a largo vat
Native to Thia State.
filled with boiling atarch, be slipped
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
Our two complete 1911 Catalogs will illus
and fell Into the hot mixture Ho was
Iterally boiled to death before work
trate and explain the many superior points
carried on very profitably In Ore
•n«-n draggid bls tody from the vat
of excellence of the complete high-grade
Lought and Sold
with hooka attached to a rope
gon and the Northwest la the opinion
lines of Dairy and Creamery Machinery
hot starch had red uc< d the man'a
of Dr. James Withycombe, Director
clothing to frsgmrnts.
and Supplies and Gasoline Engines which
I of the Oregon Agricultural Expert
we carry. These valuable books are com
M COUR FRIGHT I no-lit station. Helative to this mat
One Th ng That Will live forever,
plete guides and are sent postpaid free of
I ter Dr. Wlthycombe says:
PETTIT'S EYV SALVE, first box sold
upon receipt of name and address.
Yaun Bldg., Portland. Ora.
"The production of hogs la a
n 1K07, over l<»0 years ago, »ales in-
your request now. State whether
m-glected industry on muny Oregon
reaae yearly. All druggists or How
you wish Dairy or Creamery Catalog.
This great American farm
mortgnge lifter for some reason does
not receive the attention to which
Clothe« pacaol away du Ing summer
ho Is entitled. This la is-rliaps due
ire often very creased To remove >he
lea.e» harg tl.e aitici» on a clothe*
to the Inability of muny farmers to
disassociate tile hog from corn.
DAIRY MACHINERY and St PPL IES M
vlndow, turn on the but water tap to
th« great liog proiluclng »tutes corn
.11 the reo n with steam, end leave thu
Is the ataple food for these animals
Not a Man's bncuee.
• deceptive diaeaae —
oth-a for an ho r or two. Afterward I
thOUMand. hava it and
and the opinion is prevalent that
There may be aeveral gixid rea-
rv In the fiticn nlr if DMlslb!
kro’’ '* you “ can
sons why a man doesn't want to be TROUBLE
there Is no other feed that can suc
*-**-**-* ion? r«RUIts
vaccinated but because they're afraid no mintake by u»n< Dr. Kilmer’« Swamp-Root,
cessfully comiHtte with corn, Thia la
that the scar will show when they're the ffreat kidney remedy. At druiw «ta in fifty-
a mistake un<l It has been proven
cent and doliar size». Sample buttle by mail free,
at a party Isn’t one of them.
a’ao pamphlet teUinff you how to fin i out if y*m
j such time and uguln.
It is u well
TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY ' have kidney trouble.
known fact that the highest priced
Adcrean Dr. Kiurur A Co.. B ng ham ton. N. Y.
I I. UI.IN 4 LU. Isr.. IssuAul-rs
for Bed. Weak. Weary, Watery Eyes
bacon in the world I» produced In
2A Front Street
andf.ranulated Eyelids. Murine Iioenn't
Canada and Denmark.
Smart—Soothes Eye Pain Druggists
The eortider.ee te’.t by tannery and
priced meat is not produced from
Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid. 25c,
sardeners In Ferry'» S^edt to day
Murine Eye Sslve In
would have been ir>pow.bte to led in
Kcciasleat's and T.ml’dr Lands Locatej
Aseptic Tubes. 25c, $1.00. Eye Books
any Seeds two »core of years
torn . Fiopsr y .« I ot Sx.e
and Eye Advice Free by Mall.
azo. We have made a
before it becomes serious
gou farms. There la no better grain
Murine Eye Remedy Co. Chicago.
science ol seed
I Can Sell K QU.CX Iw CASH
than wheat or barley for producing a
do it right now.
tlwirriptk»n rh -I
puzzle Beyond Solution.
high class pork product.
C A tSENQTMON
tetter’s Stomach Bitters
The‘pickpocket business must be in
should be the staple hog food upon NOTES FROM THE EXPERIMENT
Po iTI AND (>HF.
bard line». One fellow, driven to des
is the quit kest and surest
the Oregon farm.
peration It would seem, made an at
can be si-cured from barley and skim
medicine for you to take.
tempt to pick a woman's pocket In a
Gutters milk or barley an<l tankage as a fat
New York theatre. That he did not
The only remedy for China lettuce j
tening food for hogs.
find the pocket la understood without
Down Spouts Steel Ceiling i "It has been found at the Oregon Is absolutely cl< un cultivation, A cui- 1
Experiment Station that skim milk tlvator or harrow should be rigar!.
I. C. BA) ER
for Heartburn, Poor Ap
PlltS CLRtD IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
Your drunr.RI will refund money it PAZO OINT
tankage are both excellent SU|> i with knives, so that it is i>oszlbl^- to |
I'unh nd Oregon
fail, to cure any eaae of Itehine. Blind.
petite, Indigestion, Coids
plemental f<H»ds with barley for fat- "shear" two or three Inches below I
Lleedins or Protruding Pile« in S to 14 days. 50c.
To Clean Enamel.
These supplemental i he ground, and completely cut off1
Use Rays of Sun.
When the enamel beccmeo discol
fiMids lower the cost
Wh.ie Is Kef
Curved mirrors, concentrating the
ored. scour it with a damp flannel
Wh.it haa become of the old fnsh Ordinarily it rqulrea 4 5 pounds of over the ground often enough to pre-i
s> • h rays upon a point beneath them,
INSIST ON GETTING
dipped in garden mold, then rinse It
foiled boy who r-ferred lu 4» . ki.l'e barley to make one |s»und of gnlii but vent any
constitute a machine belrg tried out
in plenty of water. In tb.s way the
as a "frog sticker?'*
And what, by | » Illi these supplemental feeds much < above the ground. This kind of treat
tn South Africa to smelt metals di
cleaning is effected without causing
the way, haa become of the old fash less barley Is required for securing I ment will gradually wear out the
rectly from the ores.
scratches or other damage.
luned Barlow knlfi-’
However, if you neglect the
a similar guln.
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets, small, sugar-
On1. < ••
IlkOMO Ql t'.'Sr"
"In a recent experiment conduct cultivation In busy times. the good
coated, easy to take as candy, regulate
Th.l » I.AX Alili III » M» > Ul’IMSK t—1
and invigorate stomach, liver and bow
f.< th« a . » ,••»,« ol ► W GltoVK I -«.I II, ed at this station. 3 21 lbs. of ground
VStituivvai In ( ut» • • -M 'n < »r a Day ¡the
els and cure constipation.
barley and 4 H7 lbs. of skim milk I and you will have to begin over
Kino to Anineis.
produced one pound gain In lot 1, again. It is by reason of thia neglect
"Do It Now."
‘‘Before I began using Cascarets I had
Remove the at.ng of a wasp o’ be» t-omprlsing 7 hogs, which gained In that many |»eople are led to say
"Withhold not good from them to a bad complexion, pimples on my face,
with a watch key. pressing th« p'ac« 60 days. 7x6 lbs. and consumed 2525.5 ' that clean cultivation is not a »lic
whom It is due. when It Is tn the and my food wa» not digested as it should
with It, then rub the sting with a
power of thy hand to do ft. Say not have been. Now I am entirely well, and
it Is a success, and the only
lbs. of ground barley and 3832.5 lbs I cess.
g'lee of raw union, tnolrt tobacco or a
unto tby neighbor: Go. and come the pimples have all disappeared from my
method, when It is thoroughly done
face I can truthfully say that Cascareta
dnmp blue b. g
Hi lly Mlrtor
l*re«> : skim milk. In lot 2, consisting of 7
and tomorrow I will give, when
The best method of keeping the
ere just as advertised; I have taken only
gently, dry. dual with t uracil acid boga. It required 3.43 lbs. of ground
thou hast It by thee."—Proverbs of two boxes of them. ”
powder and return It to th» bee (or barley and .25 lb. of tankage for one gophers away from your trees is to
Solomon III. 27.
Clarence R. Griffin. Sheridan. Ind.
wasp) - Pur eh
|s»und gain. Thia lot gained In 60 rid the orchard of gophers, This can
Pb-aunt. Palatable. Potent. Taste G<xxL
Good Never Stele >*n Weaken yr Grp»
■lays 778.3 lbs. and consumed 2676.74»
10c. ¿be. 60c. Never «old in bulk. T*»» orert-
tablet «tamp -d C C C. Guaranteed ta
lbs. barley and 191.5 lbs. of tankage.
is not a ^food**— it is a medicine, and the
cure or vuur money tmek.
Tonseth Floral Company
only medicine in the world for cows only.
Estimating that without the skint will carefully go over the field with
Mad« for the c^w and, a« its name indicate«,
FLORAL DLSICNS milk or tankage It would have re. pieces of poisoned carrots, and place a cow curt . Barrenness, retained afterbirth,
P N U
abortion.acoura.cakffdudder.and all similar
qulreil 4 5 lbs. of ground barley to a piece In every place t where the
affections positively and quickly cured No
produre one pound gain, this would gopher shows fresh work in the soil.
one who keeps rows, whether many or fewj
afford to be without "KowKart. ’
H$>«e*l«J «itr-ntion tri van to uut-of-luwn ortlrm
The carrots should be cut Into pieces
It it made especially to keep cows healthy
saved 1011,5 lbs of barl<*y which at
“What to Do When Your Cows
$27.00 |»er ton would give a return about the size of a quail egg. with a
Are Sick".aent free Ask your local dealer for
'S J iwnta per cwt. Estimating U|s»n the
piece In which
a few crystals of ¡ Dairy Association Co^ Lyndonv’lfe, Vt.
r o r c
same basis for the tankage fed strychnine are Inserted.
I 11 L L carom A l< Mll.C I hl. Y T l<Kh ’
N<>1 n t«.y Iakm iro>»i plrltirr«. Hand lul-
hogs 191 6 lbs. of tankage saved 826.6 solves to poison the entire piece of
lr*M *«• * II forward 24 (>L*rw <>f r»Mtai
lbs. of barley, worth ut $27.00 |»er carrot.
POWER DRAG SAW
It will be necessary to go
Card« Hall therm tu your frirrui« anil naiab-
IN LATE WINTER
Iwmi at |<«r par pk* Return the nxsiey tu u*
ton. $11.14. Cost of tankage, $4.73, over the field twice or three times
Weight 1600 1b».: 4 H. P. Waterloo Erg-’n-. watet
W® Will thru *1« >1<| MM thin » Mfliara Aikso-
led. Pulls itself forwards and backwards. Sled
thus making from the investment In 1 during the fall or eatly spring before AND EARLY SPRING
1 I : E i \ I I.T !
4x7 feet. Usee only 4 gaL d stiliate per day at 8u?a
We seldom feel JUST RIGHT
one can In- sure that It is entirely
UN Minis Klfoworth Clark» <«» Waith
per gal. Get descriptive catalog and rpccial prices.
There Is no question but what I fr<-e from tills troublesome orchard
191! Catalog fresh off rres«; write for cr.e. We bum
At such a time USMRIL l 1 is the best and
build Well Drilling Machines.
swine husbandry, when pro|»erly con peat.
safest Blood Purifier, the most successful
ducted Is profitable in Oregon From
"Strawberry mildew" is an old
a number of ex|»erinicnts conducted Eastern disease of the strawberry prescription for spring humors and such
disorders of the blood as boils, pimples,
184 Morr son St.. Portland
at this station results show that It which In recent seasons has been
pustules, blotches, sores and cutaneou«
costs approximately 35 cents per found In the West.
Where It is eruptions. Kasparilla is admitted to be
IMiutid to grow a hog to a fattening found, carefully rake off as much of the best remedy for that lack of erergy
For example, pigs farrowed the trash and leaves in the spring as and the peculiar debility so prevalent
In the early spring and allowed to possible,
Do this just after growth during the close of winter and the opening
iE1 87*^ «2.5° »3*3.50 & »4 S hoes 4°woua
run on clover, alfalfa, vetch, or rape starts. 1 Destroy nil of the leaves, for of spring. For derangements of the(di-
during the summer and fed a amall '*• mildew will live over In these gestive organs it is a natural corrective,
supplemental feed or grain can b- leaves, and be there to bother th® operating directly upon the liver and ali
EFUSE all substitutes claimed to be "just as good,
brought to a fattening stage in the plants another year, After thorough-
the true values of which are unknown. You are
fall, weighing als»ut 125 pounds at ly cleaning up the patch, give It a stimulating a healthy activity.
entitled to the best.« Insist upon having the genuine
a cost of' about 3 5 to I cents I>er thorough
Douglas shoes with his name and price on the bottom.
|s»tin<l. Presuming at this time they mixture. This Is to I m - done before i
W. L. l\»U41a.* Rh<?ei* cost more tn make than ordinarr »hoe«, because
higher grade leathers are used n»i selected with greater care ; every
nrv placed In fattening yards und fed the plants start Into active growth. f»recesses of digestiou and assimilation of
I in the making is watche<; ver bv the m<>st skillet I organisation
, for 60 days on ground barley, of Watch your plants very carefully,
of exprj-t shoemakers in this count rv. Yheiie are the reasons why W.L.
which It will require 450 pounds to during the growing season, aud spray l appetite, Correcting sour stomach, bad
Ihuiglas shoes are guaranteed to hold their shape, look and fit better
breath, irregularities of the bowels, con
and wear longer than ar* other »hc*e you cau buy.
product- loo |H»unds gain.
Thus at again If it is necessary.
stipation and the long list of troubles
If rour dealer eannot «u-vply yon with the gename W.L.Dotutlas shoe«, write
Ixtgged-off lands treated with an I directly traceable to those unwholesome
for Mail order CauUo«. shore *ent stirert fr tn factory to we.or. all <’.xrws
— - __ S hops
- - - -
W. 1». l>»u<lwa« 144 Mpzark st«.. Atrockiwa. M« bm » *2 00,$2.50A$3.00
anil at present ninrket- values worth application of well-rottetf stable n»»-
Kasparilla dispels drowsi
8 cents per ixuind, or TIN on.
The nure should produce good ero|»s of ness, beadache, backache aud despond
.cost of production will be nhout as potatoes. If the manure Is not avail-r ency due to inactivity of the liver,
able In large quantities, light appli-1 kidnevs and digestive tract.
It is a
"Cost of maintaining brooding herd cations of nitrate of soda put oq soon I strengthening tonic of the highest value.
about $2 00 per pig; initial weight at after they start to grow produce*
tliiu- <>f fattening, 12.7 llm. at 3.5 good results.
This fertilizer should I
e*rtta per fs'iind. $4.37; 4So lbs of be used at the rate of 75 to J$0| UOVT C ubmicau Co. 1’orOand, Oregon
barley nt $27 t»er ton. $6.07. Total pounds per acre, anti should lie given]
coat of production. $12.44; net profit just ns the crop needs It. It will I
As thia very remarkable preparation is now
called, is the greatest Constitution«! Remedy ever
per hog. except labor, $5.56.
Thia therefore bi- necessary to give two or I
for Brood Mares. Cu’ts, S aUion* and all
|of course allowa commercial ratp for even three applications during the
o4her horses; al -o Di>temj er among’ Dorrs and
all food conaumcii. if aklin milk or growing season.
Sheep. This compound is n ide of the purest in-
1« car pride—our hobby—cur »tmly for y*«ani »nd
jrred.ents and not an atom oi posonous or injuri
j tnnkngo be fed even better results
One should not experience difficulty Dow
oorsiccfiU, »nd ouri ia the b« at painlew« work
ous nature enters into ita composition. Many
would lie secured. It Is evident that In growing potatoes on bottom land to be found anywhere, no scatter hew much you
persons are now takin<SPOHN’S for Lu Grippe,
Colds, Coughs. Kidney Trouble, etc., and it is n’-
then« Is good money In hogs
However-, If land Is pay. Compare our Prk ea.
. n Wo fin I ah plate an I
ways sa e. It expels theDisea e Germs from the
"Sows should farrow two litters a peaty. It may dry out a little too
t riwork for out«
b-viy: sets directly on the Blood and Glands.
I of-town patron a in
The fall pigs could be wint early If it happens to be In a com
SPOHN S is n«-w sold by nearly every druggist
lone day if decired.
and harness dealer in the land, and any can get i t
TO LEARN TO DRIVE
frvt» when piatesi or
f»>r\<>,i. <>r S4» d with remittance of price to the
upon roots nml kale with a small tatoes are desired, probably the best
■■■ britlgo work i* order-
manufacturers, who willship to your order, ex
press paid. Fifty cents and fl.Oo a bottle, aid
supplemental feed of grain and fat variety would be the Early Ohio. I
15 a A) and 110 the dozen.
teneil In the spring or early summer.
Thorough, practical and unlimit
22k Bridg» T««th4. 00
ed course. We assist students to
In Eastern Oregon they could run on toes, the Burbank is a satisfactory1
Record of Annual Sale:.
secure [Hisitiona as chautTeurs,
early sown grain or be fed some one. Some people are very much In
1/33 Botti« Sold
repairmen, ate. Write
. 4 ’M
roots or nicely cured alfalfa or |i'-a favor of the Beauty of Hebron, while
others think there is nothing equal
4th \ ear.
"In the matter of breed there Is lit- to the Early Rose.
tie difference In the leading breeds ol
Persons who wish to plant flowers
a guaranteed curf
If Is largely a matter of per In the spring that will grow during
Painl««« Eitr’tion .50
a PREVENTIVE ♦"
sonal choice with the farmer. It Is the summer and be in g<x»d shape
All work fully guaranteed for fifteen years.
| not necessary to have pure bred hogs during <1be fall dbtild piake t>se
DIftemror. Inno.au, Flak
llth Year................................... 287.620
to make a success of the Industry, tW verjr lute vdi-fetles Of sweet ><
12th Year................................... 378.962
lUh Year................................... 50H.720
j Pure bred sires, however, should al- any of the asters, zinnias and i«es-
«•tarrhai piwr -
544.260 - M
ways be kept.
Rome growers hnvo slbly a few pansies.
Send for our Booklet of twelve good recipea fat
’excellent success In crossing breeds, Is the cosmes. Get th«' late fh»werlp« Fsaimkilltrnz.TlUrm-dWae-lhZtSB
I A M. U 3 P. M. Iwadaya, Iteft
family and sroek rnediemea, FKES.
for example, taking high grade Berk sorts, of these, ami delightfal results
shire sows and crossing with pure will be secured.
OREGON ANO WASHINGTON
Monroe & Crisell
Cork in g.Good
REIERSON MACHINERY CO.
THE BEST SPRINQ MEDICINE
YOUNG MEN WANTED
Automobile School of Oregon
Wise Dental Co., inc.
1» oi «|14' r (
JUSE RIGHT J
SET a DEVERS
FORT LAND. 0RZ. J
Canary laland Soli.
On the Canary Islands the soil fa
eo rich that It la devoted almost ex
clusively to the cultivation of the vino
and frulta and moat of the food co»
Burned has to be Imported.
The longest lawsuit ever heard lb
England was that between the heir of
Thomas Talliot, Viscount Lisle, and
the heirs of Lord Berkeley respecting
certain lamia and possessions not far
from Wootton under-Edge, In the coun
ty of Gloucester. It commenced at the
end of the reign of Edward IV. anil
was pending till the reign of James I.,
when a compromise took place after It
had lasted about 120 years.— London
SPOHN MEDICAL CO •f
P ortland ,
n.Mta Poattl,«ly Carso.
On < r «uthorWi'il Keeley la- i
Chemists and Bacteriologists,
"Ah,” said the grny-halred wayfarer
•titut« la Ornaos, Writ«
tor Ulo.tTstcd cirro I «y.
at the railway refreshment room, "this
Is the old place
I recognized yonder
landmark at once.”
"What landmark?" Inquired the bar
■'Years ago, when I traveled over
this line," said the stranger In a chok-1
Ing voice, "1 carved my initials and the j
date on yonder bun. I see you hava it Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One 10c package colors silk, wool and cotton equally well
still. Excuse an old man's tears."
I and la guaranteed to give perfect results. Ask dealer, cr we will send postpaid at 10c a package. Write for free booklet
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
BJW to dye, bleach Mid txu* color*.
MONROE DRUG COMPANY, Quincy, Illinois.