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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1918)
REPPS! AID AND COMFORT To
Don't tolerate mlti'H and lice In
your hennery. They are umiPoosHary
ix'hIh and they hhii (lie vitality that
nhotlld go Into egg production. Now
iidays, effective ways are known for
eradicating lice and nilte altogether.
Klrnt, a duat hath ahoqld be acceant
ble to the hen. Usually there will
be a place In the yard where the hena
can duat themselves In the dry dirt.
If such a place la not available, a
box large enough (about 2 feet
square) for the hens to get Into it
nhotlld ho provided in the houao and
a quantity of dual such as ordinary
roud dust or flue dirt placed In It to
allow the hens a place to dttnt thein
MlVM. A 1I11..1 l) Hi :uii . the hens In
keeping lice In check and therefore
miIiIs to their comfort. Usually the
lice are not present on the birds in
sufficient nunilcr to prove particu
larly harmful. However, It is hot
ter to keep the hens as free as possi
ble from this pest, and If they are
not able to keep them in check by
ducting themselves, other measures
can be undertaken
FARM l-AIIOH sritVKY HUT
WKICK Of I KM. IMS.
NORTH PACIFIC IHHTItH T AI
liOTMRlfTfl I'oit I'OltlCHT
I. W. Ilrcivr. I'arni Help Hpecln-
llst of 1 . H. I). A., Wants Huh;-
Kestlons from Oregon I 111 inrs
The North Pacific District, com
prising Oregon, Washington, and
'Alaska, will receive $272,422 of the
The week of Feb. 11-16 has been' 1010 allotment of funds under sec
ret for Jhe farm labor aurvey of Ore- j Hon of tho Federal Aid Iload Act
gon. J. W. Brewer, farm help apecla-1 which provides for tho use of a mil
Hat of the U. 8. Department of Agrl-1 "on dollars of Federal money a year
culture, calls upon the farmers to co- 'or ten yeara to build roads and
operate by furnishing information In tralla within or partly within the
National Forealh, according to Dis
trict Forester Geo. ft, Cecil, Portland,
who has Just received notice from
Washington that tho Secretary of
definite form and by making sug
gestions as to needs and how to meet
Mero complaining of the farm lab
or situation will serve no useful pur- Agriculture has approved the allot
poae," he says. "The labor problem ' monta for the flaeal year ending June
Is difficult to handle at boat without i 30, 19IU. Under this allotment Ore
the unrest and apprehension created gon will receive 1 32,7011 Washlng-
by writings and uttorunces of unl- tOB.III.IM, and Alaska $47,061
According to one of the Herman
loreslry Journals the Kaiser, in l0K,
killed 1,995 pieces of game, In
cluding 70 stags elk and roebuck.
At that time he had alaughterod a
I11I11I of (11,7.10 pieces of game, more
than 4000 of which were stags, and
was the leading exterminator of wild
life In the world. As a slaughterer
of men, women and children, since
1914, however, he has been the fore
most exterminator of human life In
Kvcrv now and then that crown
prince takes BSOtfeff iMWI In Hie
art of failure.
holy KAMiiiV awnem
The kaiser Is reported to be run
ning short of man power. This coun
try should help him out to tho ex
tent of about half million of his sub
jects for whom we have adbolutoly
This is about (i,0t)0 In excess of the
The fullest cooperation by the 1918 allotment for the District.
farmer themselves will tend to llecnuso or tlie Miliotiul roreai
smooth out some of the rough places, land within their borders, twenty
Suggestions will bo gladly received ' seven states of the territory Alaska
for the truo state of affairs can be share In the benefits of this Act. The
determined only from farmers them- , allotments are made on a basis of
selves. County Agricultural Councils ! the area of National Forest land In
or other organizations In counties the several states and tho estimated
To rid tho hens of lice, each one I "BV" " oou,,tv R,,nlH- wl" llthl'r j vbIu" of llle Umbor al,(l rax," re-
ti, 1. ini,, , ,,i -. .ti. .. (-..!' ,.r Hiiiirt'iiu (ii iiin luirnuiti
can be treated by placing small "' """"""" """ "" !' , -"
pinches of sodium florid, a material""' al"" " "'" """ "l
which can be obtained at moat large
drug stores, among tho feathers next
to the skin one pinch on the head,
one on the neck, two on tho back,
one on the breast, one below the
vent, one at the base or the tall; one
on either thigh, and one scattered
on the underside of each wing when
spread. Another method is to use a
In order to take advantago of
In time to reach every farmer In Ore- ' theao allotments It la necessary for
gon. The questionnaire should be ! tho local authorities, either state or
filled out and completely answered If county, or both, to cooperate In the j
tho Information Is to bo of the great-' various road projects, usually on a
est value to tho Uoverumetit In plan- fifty-fifty basis. The engineering
ning for tho future. ' work for forest roads Is done under
"Many ask why such a survey Is; tho direction of District Engineer L. I
necessary, but It Is the only way In- I. Hewea, of the Offlco of Public
Vt.,lti:K ( HI lt II
Rev. Lyman Hrough, Pastor.
A cordial Invitation la extended
to yoa to attend our services . The
hours of tho service on the Sabbath
are a follew:
Preaching at 11 A. M.
Sabbath School at 10 A. M
Young Peoples' meeting at :4S
Song service at 7:80 P. M
Preaching at 1:00 P. M.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:80
Cor Miller and C. St.
Sunday High Ma at 10:10 o'clock
Week day Maes at 7 o'clock.
Instructions for children Batar
days at A. M.
Iter. Father FranoU. O. F. If.
Hiwl The Hrlp Three Week,,
With January com,! l.aerlpJ
Lingering colds seem to settl In
., 1 f 1 . . , n 1 1 I ( 1 ,r , . t ,. , . . k .. 1. .. ..
r jn' 111 i ,i,-,,,f, ,,,T, iv m it; 4 1 1 QfA
feel fevelsh and chilly, tired, hstJ
and drooping. Mrs. I.lzxi Trial
Henderson Ky., write: "My d
ter had lagrlppe lor three weki.
gar her Foley's Honey and Tar J
now she Is alright." Sold by nl
blue i. mi nii-iii. it should he diluted
with an equal quantity of vaseline
The first two government steam
formation on tho lubor needs can be Hoods, who cooperates with tho For-
small quuntlty of blue ointment, Ri gathered as a foundation on whl h est Service In Its road building op-
pleco about as large ns a pea on the 1 ,ltt" l,,(' r"lur- , orations.
skin 1 Inch below the vent. If mer-' o Secretary Huston has already ap-
cur.il ointment Is used instead of Vol VII KM ARM TO UK HOSOBJTO. ""v",, ""' "I,,ra,lv agreements
j for seven Feilerul Aid Forest road
(rojects In the District the Took
Collins road on the Columbia Nation
al Forest, the SeBubllo-WsieoBds
road on the Colvllle Forest, and the
; Lake Qiilnniill road on the Olympic
Forest, In Washington, and the
Oilmen Canyon Hood on the Oehoco
Forest. Mi.' Cnuvouville ( i M lis vl I In
I . . . . .. .
more harmful thai They do not land. Westwind and Westward Ho, nm'1 "" "'" ' """""" IM,r'"" """ 1H"
sections of tin- Medforil-Klamatli
Any of these methods will be found ers to be launched by Supple &
very effective in rlddlBg the hens of1 liallin will be named after two Kast
liie and should he employed when- ern Oregon counties. Harney in. I
over tho lice become troublesome . ; Wallowa, after the government's plan
Two or three application a year I to name all Its TOSSlOS for plact Ol
ally prove sufficient. historical and local Interest, as in
Mile- Mr.- more treuh: nine and the cases of the ssiiu tonners West-
llre upon the bird like ths lioe, but and the 3300 tonner Tillamook. The
during the dav bldO In crackl and latter was formerly the Murglt.
creavice of the roosts ami walls of launched by the Alhlna Bnglne
the house, ami at night they come j Machine works. To Mrs. Wood row i
out and get upon the fowls They Wilson, wife of the president, foils
the Crater Purest, In
Falls road on
Fundi to pay the (iovernmenfs
share In the survey and construction
suck the hens blood and If allowed Mia honor of select!.! the names of t lose roads have already been pro
mt, eeoine nLniiiriil . thv ,.i.n ! .i, 1,..- .1... ..i 1 .1.. lded from She 11S Federal Aid
ly will It not destroyed - will serious-i on voluntarily recommendations ,f
IS affect lor health ami consequent- 1 local officials. civic bodies and
ly her ability to lay eggs They may women s clubs. Portland Journal.
Hood At allotment
be eradicated by a few thorough op
plications of kerosene or some of the I
oal-tor products which ore sold Tor
this purpose, or crude petroleum, to
the interior of the poultry house.
The commercial coal-tar products are
PMn expensive but retain their kill- I
ing power longer, and they may he !
heapened by reducing with an equal
part of kerosene. Crude petroleum '
will spray better If thinned with 1
part of kerosene to 4 parts of the
Oil, Both the crude petro
leum ami the ooal-tar products often;
contain foreign particles, so should ;
he strained before attempting to
spray. One must be sure that the
spray Teaches all of the cracks ami
crertoes, giving especial attention to
the roosts, dropping-boerds, and
nests, and the Irtutmcut should he
repeated two or three times ut inter-1
vals of a week or 10 doys.
BRITISH FLYING CORPS WANTS
Fuel Administrator tinrflehl says
the coal shortage was "largely psy
chologicol." We are glut to know
it wasn't the dreadful reality the
suffering poor Imagined it.
About 200 board feel of wood Is
used in the actual construction of the
average airplane. To obtain this
material it is ordinarily necessary to
work over about l.r.00 feet of select
lumber, which often represents all
that can be used of lfi.OOO board feet
of standing timber
EATS TO YOUR ORDER
We are ready at Jill limes to serve meal.s to your
order, from the full cour.se dinner, to the most "conser
vative" of lunches.
Can supply you with "wheatless" or "meatless"
meals at your pleasure -and either will hs appetising
British Subjects resident in the
United Stotes srhO up to the present
have not hod 1111 opportunity of get
ling a commission in some brunch
of the Hrltish Army con now have a
chance to gel a commission in the
Koyol Plying Corps according to In
formation received ut the Hrltish ami
Canadian Recruiting Office, Third
and ouk streets, Portland,
Applicants must be between the
ages of 18 and ;(), and he possessed
of a good education. Students, Hunk
ers, Auto Suk-H Munugcrs, Technical
Bgi floors, and Clerks ore tho class
of men most desired. The pay ranges
from $1 In to )t.t!0 while in train
ing, and when commissioned as a
Second Lieutenant the pay is $5.00
As this popular branch of the ser
vice Is not likely to remain open
very long, Intending applicants ure
urged to communicate with the iirit
tub and Canadian Recruiting Office.
I'ortland, ai soon as possible.
"We wonder how the kalsos is go
iug to make peace with Ood." De
troit Free Press. Ho fully expects,
after bo lias conquered the earth,
that Hod will sue for peace with him.
Nick Romanoff is said to have
plenty of money In tho bank of Eng
land. Uncle Sam might attach it as
security for money loaned his gov-
If the prions of poultry ami eggs '
continue to climb, So mho may Hud
bis nocturnal occupation classed un
der the head of "Capital crimes."
THE UNIVERSAL CAP
FORD IS STILL MAKING CARS
Rumors to the contrary are untrue.
The ever increasing demand for Ford
Cars makes them hard to get.
Buyers of Ford Cars for the past year
have been compelled to wait their turn.
We are taking orders every day and if
you are wise you will see us at once about
No time to lose now if you are contem
plating the purchase of a car in the early
BURNS AND CRANE
Tin1 aroma ami fine
full tin vnr of 99 Cof
fee hi-i' wlial you
peel mnl sometim
es (.( in -'I'm' .'unl
Only our iihiihiihI
buying fiic i 1 i t lea
am! blending skill
make possible this
high character cof
fi'c ut 2."c per pound
Your grocer sell it.
Crescent Mfg. St
at tie. Wash.
OVER THE TOP!
Uncle Sam sajs we must put our boys"Ovsj
The Top," To do this we who wtav ai home must
do our part, which is CONSERVATION.
.Mint now ire ssTe especially asked to conserri
fuel. The only way to conserve fuel h to IHirn Less.
This is a difficult matter with the old ruel-eating
stoves to bo see.'i in so many homes.
You don't have to make any special effort to save
fuel if you are usinsr one of our famous Charter Oak Stoves
and Ranges. They just naturally live and thrive on less
than others, and gives you every ounce of heat e nenry there
is in your fuel.
You need a Charter Oak Stove and Range!
Come in and see our attractive prices.
I. S. GEEK & CO.
J. J. Donef an, Pri.
Achie McGowin, Viee-Pret.
G. N. Jameson, S-cy.
J. E. Loggan, Treat.
HARNEY COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
Abstracters :: Fire Insurance
Mr. Land Owner How is the title
to your land: Do you know? In
quire of us and find out
N. BROWN & SONS'
Brown 9s Satisfactory Store
Walk Over Shoes
Bon Ton Corsets
r:ir sjuods Hdvestleed on Use "li one Product Peae"
7'f Brunswick Phonograph
dome in and see them and hear
their beautiful violin like tone
They play any Disc Record made
The price is within the reach of all
On display and being demonstrated at the
House Painting Paper Hanging
Estimates' furnished on application. Samples shown
GIVE HIM A CHANCE