The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, April 01, 1920, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 6, Image 6

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PAINT AIDS POULTRY HOUSE
Add Greatly to Appearance and Sen.
Ice of Dulldlnga Whitewash
la Cheapest.
(Prepared by the United States Depart'
ment of Agriculture.)
Painting ndd greatly , to the op
penrnnce niul service of nil buildings
nnd appliances. Ouo may buy ready
mixed paints or may purchase paste
pigments and oil and mix them. All
surfaces should ho clean nnd dry be
fore they are painted. Use n priming
coat made of equal parts of paint and
Unseed oil nnd cover with one or
more coats of (mint, which should be
thoroughly brushed Into the surface.
Whitewash Is the cheapest of nil
paints, and may be used either for ex
terior or Interior surfaces. It can be
made by slaking ubout ten pounds of
uulckllmu In n pall with two gallon
of water, covering the pall with cloth
or burlap anil allowing It to slake for
one hour. Water Is then added to
bring the whitewash to n consistency
which may he applied readily. A
weatherproof whltewnsh for exterior
surfaces may be made as follows:
CI) Slake 1 bushel of quicklime In 12
gallons of hot water; (2) dissolve 2
pounds of common salt and 1 pound of
sulphate of zinc In 2 gallons of boil
ing water; pour (2) Into (l).ihcn add
2 gallons of skim milk nnd mix thor
oughly. Whitewash Is spread lightly
over the surface with a broad brush.
FIND PERFECTLY FRESH EGG
Quality U Largely Determined by
Ease With Which Yolk Moves
Hints on Candling.
(Prepared by the United State Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
It Is necessary to rorfite an egg be
foro the candle If one IS to obtain an
accurate- knowledge of its condition.
15y tilting at various angles, the loca
tion and size of the nlr space can he
pcen, and very often the position of
the yolk. Hut the quality of the egg
is very largely determined by (he case
A KKT.O-Made Egg Candling Outfit.
with which the yolk moves nnd the di
rection of Ith motion. The operator,
therefore
1. Gr.isps the pointed end of the egg
with the tips or the fingers.
2. Holding the blunt end uppermost,
places the egg closely against the
opening, or spout of the candle.
3. Gives the egg a quick turn to the
right or loft, watching the movement
of the yolk.
If the egg Is perfectly fresh It may
bo difficult to (hid the yolk nt llrst
glance, but us the egg Is turned a
glimpse of It will be obtained.
MfcNU nircia run ncna
(Prepared by the Putted 8tates
Department of Asrk-ulture)
Ut-e home-grown grains and ;
Mmlr liv-nmiliir-is Mliuilemciillil ','.',
: with meat nnd fish scraps. r
;i; milk. .Mix Uiom feed to make ;;
:': a properly balanced ration.
:
: . Feed u KTutcli mixture of
;i; whole orr cracked corn twice : ;
;:; dnlly. Peed a ninMi, either dry ':,;
;' or wot, made of ground grains ;;
:j; and meat wrap, ;:;
;;; ilaue the liens exercise ior ;;.;
(heir feod. j
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in w morning. uiiilng oulj :
1 what the lien will clean up lu '
' n half-hour. (She a full feed ;;
;,; in the afternoon, epeliilly In ;;
i: cold weather.
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MAKE PROFIT FROM POULTRY
Tta Reason Why More Farmers Cannot
Make Money by Selling Breed
ing Stock and Eggs.
Many farmers are now breeding
ttandard-brel poultry, exhibiting the
same, advertising, and making a good
proilt from the sulo of breeding stock,
eggs for hatching, elc. There Is no
reason why oilier faiinciB cauuot do
s well. . .
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CARE FOR VACCINATED HOGS
Lack of Proper Attention Has Result
ed In Material Losses Which
May De Avojded.
(Prepared by ttio United States Depart
meat of Agriculture.)
Improper enro of hogs following
their Immunization ngnlnst hog chol
era, administered In public stock yimls
and after arrival nt their destination,
hrfs resulted In losses which tuny be
materially decreased. The following
Instructions for the prevention of
losses are valuable:
"Shipments should be tnnde prompt
ly nftcr Immunization, or should be
delayed for not less than ten days.
Truck hauls and shipments not ex
ceeding 30 hours lu length can bo made
promptly to advantage.
"Avoid crowding; nllow stockcr hogs
relatively more floor space than fttt
hogs.
"It Is Important that drinking water
be constantly nccesslblo to the bogs,
except In severe winter weather. If the
car does not contain special wnter de
vice.", n water trough, protected by
slats over its top, should be securely
fastened to the tloor.
"J.lttlo or no feed Is necessary dur
ing the 24 hours following Inoculation,
but clean wnter should bo accessible.
Short-haul shipments need not be fed
In transit.
"Wlien hogs' arrive at their destina
tion they should not be driven over
tbo roods, but hauled from the car to
the farm In wagons or trucks. Loud
and unload gently. Avoid chasing and
unnecessary excitement In hnndllng.
In summer, unload where there Is
natural woodland shade or shelter
pens ; In winter, where there are suit
able clean, bedded houses.
"Protection against ruin should be
provided.
"Do not penult wallows In pasture
or lot. The use of wnllows by recent
ly Inoculated hogs tnuy produce pneu
monia. ,
Tor the first two weeks. If It Is In
season, allow shipped hogs limited
Do Not Neglect Hogs After Vaccina
tion Against Cholera.
frch pasturage. If alfalfa or other
leguminous pasture Is not uvaltnhle, u
mpplcrnenml concentrate should be
supplied. If no pasture, use self-feed-r
fi r soaked oats, and separate ones
'or tankage or other protein concen
trate. At the end of two weeks begin
gradually to change to the permanent
jtmn. Keep fresh, cluun water al
ways available.
"Watch your hog carefully each day
for failure to feod or other signs of
disease or sickness. Have a quaran
tine pen and place blck hogs lu It
promptly.
"Short rations nnd a laxative may
be used for slightly sick hogs.
"The appearance of any disease In
which n number of hogs are similarly
affected requires Immediate expert ad
vice nnd treatment. Consult your veterinarian."
Sensible shoe
lay a smoothpath
ior vour
Sensible shoes for sensible men
shoes that fit well, wear well,
look well these are Buckhect
Shoes. "Extra service every
step, comfort every minute
is more than a slogan it's a
fact stitched into every
Buckhecht Shoe.
BUCKHECHT
SHOES
Buckhecht Shoes for you for active men in all
walks of life are solcl in a variety of styles and
leathers from $8 to $12 by principal shoe dealers in
the West
tfntt ttld by jtur Jialtr, nnd hli nam and ytur ordtr It
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BANK BOOSTS BETTER SIRES
Anxious to Assist Campaign In Every
Way Possible Offers to Finance
Any Stockman.
The better sires cmnp-ilgn Is at
tracting nctlve attention on tlte Pacific
coast. Iteeently the United States de
partment of agriculture received a let
ter from a bank at llend, Ore., con
taining the following statements:
"We are anxious to assist this cam
paign lu every way possible and have
been conducting n live stock Improve
ment campaign for some time. This
bank has brought In 15 registered beef
bulls since March 1, and wo are now
arranging for n carload of stockmen
to go to the Pacific International at
Portland. Wo have offered to finance
any slockmnn In the county who
,wlshos to purchase pwe-lrvd fires
while at the stock show, we wish in
link up with your organization lu this
campaign lu every way possible."
The department of agrlculturo Is
ready to enroll In the campaign any
live stock owner who tills out the pre.
The Kind of Dull Calves Country
Bankers Like, Because They Find
That Live Stock Betterment Through
the Use of Better Sires Meant Bet
ter Live Stock and Better Business
Generally.
scribed blank and hits It pirperly cer
tified as described In literature now
being distributed. Tho listing of dom
inant breed by counties, ton,, is at
tracting attention nnd counties inter
ested In (bat phase of tin campaign
may be enrolled nt any time.
STAND BY PRESENT T B' PLAN
Live Stock Associations Decide to
Take No Steps to Lower Stand
ard Now in Vogue.
After two years of practical opera
tion of the tuberculosis-free accredited
herd plan, a Joint committee repre
senting the pure-bred cattle associa
tions nnd the United .Stnt.-s Live Stock
Sanitary association has unanimously
decided that no steps should be taken
to lower the high standrrd of tho
priwiit plan.
It wns decided that n.i herd should
he accredited If it contains n tuber
cular unlmnt. male or female. It
was agreed by the Joint nmuiltteo, to
show that owners are ex. r'lug iiu ef
fort to exterminate the disease, that
a supplementary list be made to the
accredited herd 'list to remain the
name of tin owners of pure-bred
herds that are freo from tuberculosis
on two annual tests but, in which the
herd bull reacts. Such u herd will
not receive an accredited herd cer
tiorate. The reacting bull may be used
uiider certain conditions. .
The n(-redlled herd plan Is adminis
tered by the bureau of .u.uiinl Indus
try, Unltiil Slates department of ag
riculture, In co-operutlo.i with tho
states.
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STEERS FATTENED ON SILAGE
Interesting Feeding Toil With Shelled
Corn Conducted nt Missouri
Station.
At the Missouri experiment station'
one lot of steers was fed 15 pounds of
shelled com- per head per day along
with l!.r pounds of Unseed oil cake,
2.0 pounds of clover hay, and 23
pounds of corn silage. Another lot re
ceived no shelled corn but a little
more of thu oil cake and clover nnd -10
pounds of sllngn per head per day.
Tho results wore that tho lot that re
ceived sl'ielled corn and half a feed of
silage charged $ir..W for 100 pounds
gnln. while tho other lot charged only
$10.00. Tho cost of feed per steer on
shelled corn was $r0.2.'t. while with the
other lot It wh $21.17.
WATER SUPPLY FOR CALVES
Common Idea That Young Animals
Will Drink Too Much Is Error
They Also Like Salt.
Let the calves have free necess to
fresh and clean water, ami also to
salt. Tho comiuon Idea that calves
will drink too much water Is a tuts,
take. During tho first four months
little calves should not eat too much
grain.
GOATS ADAPTED TO GRAZING
Animals Are Economical Producers
Under Anything Like Ordinary
Farm Conditions.
Angora goats are economical pro
duccrs under anything like ordlnnry
farm conditions. They are well adapt
ed to grating nnd enn be maintained
on rather thin sture. Yet this Is
not desirable as a food.
KEEP ALL PROFITABLE HENS
Cloie Attention and Study Must Be
Given to Each Individual Fowl
Some Are Layors.
Keep all hens as long ns they are
profitable. This calls for close atten
tion nnd the study of encb Individual
hen. but It Is work that pays. Tim
man who turns off cvcy hen that
reaches the ago of two years Is pretty
sure to sacrifice some of Ids best
lajers.
Clean, dry litter, clean water pans
and mash hoppers are essential to the
health of cod layers,
All air that Is admitted for ventila
tion should be so handled that It will
not bloV on the fowls, especially when
they archil tho rooit at night.
One of the lie-it ways to furnish
green food Is to hang a cabbage ht-ad
Just high enough so that tho fowls
will have to Jump for It.
A warm, comfortable henhouse will
"do much to secure a good egg ylold.
for fowls that aro not comfortable
cauuot lay well.
There Is not much danger that
healthy, vigorous fowls will become
too fat, If compelled to exercise by
scratching for the grain part of their
ration,
It Is iieceMsary to provide the liens
with sotiio reason for exercising In
winter becuiise they have no incen
tive to exerclso naturally, as they do
In summer, hunting for bugs and
worms, etc.
Kvoryono should tako a cloanslng,
purifying luxfitlvo Itotncdy this
month. Holllster'H Itocky Mountain
Tea Ih a groat Spring Cleanse!- fit
Ik. Owl Pharmacy, Adv,
Want to buy liny, use Ilullclin clas
sified IMm.
PUWMEC
$25 Cash Prize
The Bend Merchants' Association will .give a cash prize of
$25.00 for the best suggested name for its big monthly bargain
day event, which begins April 17. This event is designed .to
offer to the people of all Central Oregon a buying opportun
ity. A monthly newspaper will be published. The name you
send in will be the name of this newspaper. The merchants
want a name full of pep. .
FILL OUT THE COUPON BELOW WITH THE NAME
YOU DECIDE ON AND MAIL TO THE BEND MER
CHANTS' ASSOCIATION, BEND, OREGON:
I offer the following name for the Bend Merchants' Associa
tion Bargain Day Newspaper
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GOOD RECORD IN "T B" DRIVE
Official Tuberculin Testing In Octo-
ber, 1919, Greater Than Any
Previous Month.
More oillclal tuberculin letting of
caltlu was conducted durleg October,
1011). than In tiny prevloiir month of
tiny year, according to n summary Just
Issued by the bureau of oiilmal Indus
try, United Slate department of us
rleiilturo. During tho iiuiiiIi 67.270
cnlllo were tit-d by state ami fed
oral veterinarian engogod In eo-op-crallvu
tulerctilod,rHlliiiilou work.
Herds or loin n-.i. numbered :t26t,
and tbo total numlmr of rmiclorn
round was 2,821, an avenige of slight
ly less than one reactor for each.
From the wtitiidHtt it of the number
of animals tested tbo drive against
tuberculosis was u .gonu In
Minnesota, where D.-'IKI cnttlo under
went tho tent. Vermont was second
Willi l,i.' mid Washington third with
U.S.'.' cattle tits led.
Tho llgures, llo stock pcrlalltn of
(lie department point out. indicate the
uatloii'Uldo extent of the campaign
to stamp out the disease. At the end
of October tho total number of herds
olllclully accredited as frw from tu
berculosis after a number Nif tests
was i; 112 1, more thnn double tho num
ber at the beginning of the year.
Opportunity,
Opportunity Is u line thing. Ho fine,
In fnct. tluit some of us talis It.
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NEW OFFICIALS ARE
INSTALLED BY MOOSE
lirgo Crowd Attends Public Vre-
tnoulr (iimI I Inure WltUlt. l-'ol
lows at Holder's Hall.
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Public Installation of oftlcurs of ,
the Mooso lodge was hold last Thurs
day at Suthur'ri hall In thu presence of
mi nudionro of more than 200 per
sons, following a closed session of
tho members of tho ordrr which last
ed until 8:. 10 o'clock. Ceremonies
which were upon to tho public Instcd
for mi hour, after which dancing was
enjoyed until a quarter of an hour
before midnight. Ilofrcshmouta
wore served nnd dancing was resum
ed until 1 o'clock In tho morning.
Tho lodgo wilt give n benefit dutico
at tho hall on Saturday night,
OMcurH Installed wore, as follows:
Owen Hudson, dictator; II. Itines,
vice-dictator; Walter Ilovlns, Pro
late; K. 'A. Halhcr, treasurur.
Music for the affair wan by Wilson
George's ordiostra.
Big Name, Tiniest PlanL
There is a plant called volvox glo
bator so minute that millions of them
coutd he pl'iced In n small wlno glass.
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