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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1919)
KXPKHINCK WITH SWKKT
mond thin clover, thsy write to mmn
I seod-houso and call for ycllow wt
I dovcr. Kor this blunder thn seeds-
A friend who Is Inter.--.led Id Hie man In not to blame, lie can let rut
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Llroductlon of sweet clover moiv ex- Have Memoius inuini ...... ,.,..,
kstvsly in this epnatry ens wqussI th rHOf woom, or 01 n b. ...
The Tlmes-Uerald to publish the thorn have yellow ireiin. am. wie,
lowing wlil.li II taken fr. toe will h.i.v ellow I. loom, mil iii- w.i.
i i ...i.i,.., ..in., iw.thlin. He
(slern Parmer. It has MOT nem- niso nuo Hui.i.eK i"...- . ...... ..-r,-
on.-.raleMhat thlnerop I- veiy ,.ro.- sure ami .all for te wp ow
lUblvin thtssscUen and gives aded ota lUsllletns OftttnnataB), wMrt
xal.ie to the -oil for OM In seeding fW MM MM M liable to let, but hel
. nlfalfa or other such crop. Thp artl- 1-r nothing than the former two.
, ,,, tottowr I A llen(11l wa' lo " rl(I of B c'ro,
To tho Western Farmer: of wild oats l to need the ground to
I am requested by partlos that Melllotus Offlclnalus In Fobruary.
have written to mo to give boiub In- then as soon as the oats begin to grow
formation how to grow sweet clover, turn the stock on it. This will not
how to plant It and when to ilaut It. hurt the young clover and the stock
As I have grown this clover many will not try to eat It until It gets
years, and will not plant one acre of large enough. In that way ne
grain without this clover planted crop of wild oats can be gotten
with It. and have done so for years, rid of In an easy and a useful way.
1 have In tho past flattered myseir Whoever grows thin clover must
that I knew all about this clover, not overlook the vulue of bees. for.
but I do not now and nover expect to. with the clover near by they are a
I have been told to go according to j aource of revenue. No one needB
nature. I have watched It go to seed think that when this clover Is cut
and scatter on the ground and It : for hay after it Is in bloom for a
seems that every seed starts growing week or two that his bee pasture is
in the spring without being scratched gone. In a week from the time It is
in. I have taken the unbuild seed cut tho ground Is one solid carpet of
and sowed it late in the fall, but j yellow flowers. It blooms within an
sometimes I get a very poor stand Inch of the ground, and then one
that way. The unhulled aeed, If cannot see the bees In the bloom but
sown with a crop of sprln grain, In-. can hear them, and If he can't hear
variably refuses to grow that year, them let him take off his shoes and
but always shows up the following walk through the bloom barefootod.
day passes but what I tell somebody J inches producod 7.31 tons per sere.
how It hat helped me." Potatoes yielded 127 bushels wltb-
Tanlac la sold In Hums by Reed ' out )rrf(liion and with three In. he
PrOf . mid n Crane by Vale Trading (l ,,, ,)f irrigation yielded 1 s :i bush
Co. AdV. I . ......,,, iteetM yielded 11.41.
ltl mi aire.
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PORTLAND AITOMOII1M: SHOW. BeBf of rriBtlon during II'
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mm the yiem " ' '
spring If not plowed under. I have
found the old-time method If sowing
it in February on fall rye or fall
wheat, either hulled or unhulled seed
will come every time, but it must not
be harrowed in when spring opens,
as so manv want to do and so m.ir.j
and he can find thorn.
I am Inclosing a photograph that
wast akeu from tho flrstyellow bloom
field In Flathead county, seven acres.
It made six stacks, or 4'. loads oit a
l'J-xSSfoot rack. Adjoining It with
1'iit the railroad between was a field
Qovtronieal loaned Liberty Motor,
valued at $10,000.00, ami a British
Malty Tank, known as a Whippet,
will be two of the attractions al the
1019 Automobile Show which will
be held In the Hippodrome liullding
In Portland the week of February
24th to March 1st Inclusive,
The Hippodrome Building is the
largest exhibition pavilion west of
the Rocky Mountains, and no ex
pense has been spared In fitting It
up for the Show. Several thousand
dollars alone have been spent In dec
orating the Interior.
Forty-two Oregon dealers will ex
hibit two hundred and twenty-five
motor driven vehicles, which will
include the very latest models of
passenger cars, trucks and farm
Preparations are being made to
handle a record crowd and delega
tolns will attend from every section
oi the state. Anumber expect to at
tend from Burns, among them being
Archie Mcdcwan of the Burns Oar
age and James Hampshire of Lamp
Many facts ascertained during the
war by motor car manufacturers have
resulted In many Improvement. both
to motors and body design, and these
will be shown at the show.
Cut Thl Out It In Worth Money.
it ,u vii,imi is :i bushels under Since the old fashioned Mori
..i.. r'n f.mi., u..,i t.t . bushels older was prohibited by law, m
with one Irrigation of tocb has had so many wives to mourn
depth, e.mlvalenl to a Inch tain- death as the late Nat Ooodwln
fall. H has taken us some time to
" cover that a citizen of the 1 nl
I mui i. l war H Statfll la also a citizen of tin-
',,, With B An!,. hike Mid M OS Bttl now that we have found II
idlng wiih an Arehuni-el. we shall never ferge: It.
in IT8 Br in i b H
WiH tinwfes t WPJmm.mJ
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mpre have done, and la SO doing have (,f alfalfa. 10 a. res. It made two
spilled their huckleberries. 'sMcks or 1 L' loads on the same ruck.
Many are fooled by seeing sweet In east this clover Is pastured the
(lover grow on unprepared ground. Ke.-ond season n will take some stock
where they know It was not sown by to aaj) it down. If less than three
anyone, but when they s:'v II that: head of stock is turned on per acre,
way themselves It 1 often a failwr- they will not keep it down in a nor
However. planted with a cro;- of , mat eaion. unless they are turned on
spring grain on fall plowed ground l very curly. The second season
before the spring frosts are all over. , you may expect a lot of hay or u lot
la, nine times out of ten. a lUOOSSS. ,f pasture. U planted to grain tho
Broadcast it after the gr.'.in is drill-' following iea3on, you will then see.
ed in, then give It a light harrowing as soon as the grain comes up. and
and let It go at that. It does not Its dark green color will give you
pay to plant it by Itself on account of j some Idea of the value of nitrogen
the weeds that would have to be cut: and humus. At present the De
before they go to seed. It pays better partment of Agriculture Is selling
ter to cut a crop of grain than a crop , nitrate at cost. $81 per short ton, f.
of weeds. After the grain Is cut it j 0. b. cars at loading point. A sweet
will make fall pasture that will fat
ten most any kind of stock. It has
to be planted late and when the
weather Is somewhat dry. Use a
drill with a seeder attachment and
let the seed run down through the
drill hose, but run the drill cross
wise over the already plantd grain.
It can be planted on land that does
bake two or three Inches deep. On
gravelly land plant three inches
deep every time If you can, but ear
ly planting 1b always surest. Like
alfalfa, it likes a compact subsoil,
therefore, to get the best results, It
should be planted on fall-plowed
ground. Sweet clover requires a
well-prepared seedbed, but this Is not
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More than four thousand Delco-Iiht plants were de
livered for war work. They were ..sed to aupi-j elec
tric light in camps, storehonaes, hotp.tals, Y. Iff. C. A.
huts, airplane hangars, sub-chasers and other bi ..aches
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In Red Cross hospitals at the front. Delco
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Delco-Light was specified by the Government because
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little attention, and because it is AIR-COOLED.
The result of Government tests and the satisfactory
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surance that Delco-Light will give you the same de
It betters living conditions, :r.creases farm efficiency,
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MODERN APPLIANCE CC. ,....b..or-, !m tU. Vssh.
BURNS GAR AG Lccal Dealers
THE DOMr GINCtlUNC: CO, Dar. Ohio
MUm .EXCO-UCH T V:ac jcu
clover field Is a nitrate factory. No
need of buying that alueble stuff,
for It can be raised on the farm free
of cost. J. D. Kaufma. R. F. D.
1. Kallspell, Mont.
BOOK-KKKPER NOW TKI.I.S OF
smith Had lltxm Uolng Down Hill
Might Year. (Jitins Meventecn
Pounds by Taking Tanlnc
"Thls Tanlac has put mo In shape
to where I have gained seventeen
pounds." aaid H. O. Smith, living at
tho liraud House. Butte. Mont, re
cently. Mr. Smith has been book-
as .nqpessary as in planting alfalfa ! keeper for the Tramwuy Mine for the
If planted early In the spring it i
easier to get a stand than with any
other legume I know of.
The spots of bad land that are so
numerous in many places in the
N'orthwest are of an alkali origin. By
giving them a deep fall-plowing and
planting sweet clover very early
those spots will change their stub
horn nature. The soil In these spots
is destltnte of nitrogen and humus.
This clover draws millions of invisi
ble workers that collect nitrogen
troin the air, and the large decaying
foots furnish humus.
A great many people believe that
when clover is once planted on a
place It is hard to get rid of, but
that is not true. The seed Is hard
to get and is expensive, and a gr6at
many plant It too late on Spring
flowed ground, and lose their seed.
Que good point with sweet clover
(a this: If It doesn't sprout the
first season, It will sprout tho next;
but this fact is not known, and it Is
.....mlly plowed under.
We have this clover all over our
Mac. even in the strawberry patch.
A thin stand In the grain or In the
potato field is no hindrenca to any
growing crop You will find the
best strawborrl -s neur a stock of this
clover. We ulways fan our grain be
fore we sell it, in order to get the
Clovef seed out of It. In that way
sometime we c't more seed I Inn. we
d for oit planting. Any kind of
a plant, cv.'-n treSi sets sons st til
Ironi thll clover, but I have net:- ye!
found one plant that is a benefit to
i tin clover.
I have encouragcM the planting of
:iweet clover for many years througli.-
VAU'K OK IHItlUATIOS.
O. A. C. Experiment Station. Cor
vallis, Feb. 12 Irrigation on the
experiment station farm last year
gave gains in crop yields of 50 to 100
Alfalfa unlrrigated yielded 4.475
tons an acre, while that Irrigated with
two six-Inch acre-Inches 12 acre-
past twelve years, and also owns a
valuable ranch at Jefferson IMuud
and is one of tho best known and
respected men In Montana.
"My stomach has given me so
much trouble for the past eight or
nine years," he continued, "that I
was all the time taking something
trying to get some relief. My food
didn't seem to digest at all. and my
stomach was In such a bad fix that
If I leaned against my desk I would
almost cry out with pain. I tried
doing without meals, and lived on a
diet of the very lightest things, but
neither that nor anything else help
ed me. Finally my back got to
hurting me across the kidneys, and
I got so tired and worn out that I
would have to lay off some days nnd
rest up. I was troubled with con
stipation, and frequent headaches
and lost weight until I got down to
only one hundred and twenty-eight
pounds. I have always been a
steady worker, but I had gotten to
where I nover felt like putting In
full time so you may know I was a
tfortty sick man.
"When I saw about Tanlac in tho
papers I was feeling bo miserable
that i was ready to try anything
there was a chance of giving me re
lief. So I got a bottle ami ioofl
started up b'll. I now wolgh one
hundred and forty-five pounds, which
giVSI mo u gain of seventeen pounds,
nnd make i me heavier und slr
'Ii. in I havo been since my troi I It
atari -i. Ms appetite is snormom,
everything I eat agrees with me, und
ail 1 1... trouble has disappeared from
my stomach entirely. My back
topped hurting me by the tine- i
A Statement to the Public:
BECAUSE the name Albers Bros. Milling Co., a corporation,
has been mentioned in connection with that of Henry Aibers
in tin ni'WHpuM- peporta of liin recent t rial, tbe stockholder, of whom there are ninety-fire, feel
thf iiec.'.sKitv of Lhi.s Nttitemciit, to ivoil iinjiirit reflection,
The Company is in no way implicated and was not on trial,
the case being strictly individual. Court proceedings repeatedly
brought out and emphasised tikis fact. Henry Albers i in no way connected with the AJben
Bros. Milling Co., as a stockholder or in any manner whatever. He was at oae time an officer
find Stockholder! but even then held but 10 per cent of the stuck of the corporation. These are
facta of record.
This firm, as an in:titution, is entitled to its fairly earned place
in public regard, and to be considered sepenite und a,part from anything which has arisen in
the Henry Albers matter.
out eastern Montana. It Ii BOW I had finished my first bottle, gnd
pretty well eHtubllshed, but there are ! I'm never bothered any more with
nlill large territories where they ! onHtliatioii and headadi.
know absolutely nothing about it, und
it is too windy In eateurn Moontana
tu grow u paying crop of seed, tor It
matters very badly. As there are
teveral varieties of this yellow clover
It Is very difficult to get the rKht
strength and energy has all come
balk to me, and I can work every
day and feel none the worae from II.
My wife Is now ,taklug Tanluc, und
1 m sure she will have something
lOOd to say for it, too, as it certainly
Albers Bros. Milling Co.
variety. Very often, when 1 r imn lis I wonderful medicine Hardly a