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SOUTHERN OREGON MINER, Ashland, Oregon
Pasturing Cows for
First Time in Spring
Sudden Change in Diet
May Lower Milk Output
Wedged together, place cold water
in the upper one und set lower one
in warm water. They will then
separate with little effort.
ture for the first day until after they
have been well fed in the barn, and
then to limit tile number of hours
at pasture for the first two or three
days. A sudden change from the
feeding of hay, silage and grain mix
ture to pasture feeding only may r
cause a sudden drop in milk flow
and digestive disturbances. «
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Every wife knows that it it not all
lanily that maket a kiubtuj drlithl in
her fine clothet. He glimptet how it
Have You Noticed It?
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When tablecloth« wear thin in
th«' center, cut up the outside into
12 or 16-inch squures and hem
stitch and use as napkins.
Journalism has made great ad
vances since we were a boy. Now
the number of casualties in a
great disaster is approximately
what the first reports say they are.
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Do you know the new regulations
on puckages sent to men in the
•ervicc? Here they are: You can
Fresh, green grass 1« so palatable
send packages to soldiers any
In early spring that cow« will Illi
where in the U. S.. although there
up on It If given the opportunity,
arc now Post Office restrictions on
but, because of the high water con
packuges to overseas Army men;
tent of the grass, they fall to re
und you cun send puckngrs to men
ceive enough nutrients from grass
in the Nuvy, Coast Guard, and
alone to maintain high milk produc
Murines, wherever they are. And
when you send that package from
A grain mixture should be fed to home, remember—the gift inen in
higher-producing cows throughout the service always appreciate is
the pasture season, Nevens points I
cigarettes. And the favorite with
out Holstein«, Swiss and Ayrshire« men in the Army, Navy, Coast
need about one pound of grain mix- I
Guard, and Marines is Camel
turc for each three pounds of milk (based on actual sales records in
produced over and above 30 pounds Post Exchanges and Canteens).
dally, while Jerseys and Guernseys ( So stop in ut your local dealer
need about one pound ot grain mix- ■ today- and mail him a carton of
ture for each 2 5 pounds of milk a Camels.—Adv.
day over and above 20 pounds dally.
If cows do not care for grain mix
ture when pastures are luxuriant. It
may prove advantageous to take
them from pasture one or two hours
before feeding time so that they will
consume the mixture more readily. I
The use of 1H to 2 per cent of salt
in the grain mixture la also helpful.
As soon as pasture grasses begin
to ripen or become scanty in
amount, the rate of feeding may
need to be increased.
—Buy War Savings Bond
Perhaps we are not as absent
minded as we are thought to be,
or we could forget our troubles.
Some men are born great, but
the majority don't even have
greatness thrust upon them.
Nature is a good mother, but she
coddles no one.
Spimkle « rake with cornstarch
in-fore icing to prevent icing run-
can do more far you, so why pay moreF
World'siargestsellerat lOf 36 tablets 20A
100 for only 35^. Get St. Joseph Aspirin.
There’» Hope for Ut
If Ivory enamel is to be used on
furniture un undercoat of flut ivory
Although luscious, green grass is
paint first should be put on. Im
one of the best dairy feeds, milk
perfections in the application of
production may drop when cows are
enamel will show jess if a flat
first turned out to pasture unless
is added first
special care Is tuken to prevent it.
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says W. B. Nevens, professor of
To prevent the lower crust of
dairy cattle feeding. University of fruit
picit becoming aoggy, brush
Illinois college of agriculture
over with the white of egg before
It Is beat not to turn cows to pas putting in fruit filling.
.tn auctioneer mutt be very wide
uuake, but that doem't get him any-
uhere if the people don't nod.
It Fits Beautifully
A REAL indispensable — beauti
fully fitting shirtwaist with
kick pleat and action back.
Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1744-B. de
signed for sizes 12. 14. 18. 18. 20; 40 and
42. Corresponding bust measurement« 30,
32. 34. 38. 38. 40 and 42. Size 14 (32) re
quire«. with short sleeves, 3'i yards 39-
Due to an unusually large demand and
current war conditions, slightly more time
is required in filling orders for a few of
the most popular pattern numbers.
Send your order to:
Th« ai>af»t»l«Mit ««axmlng known, and
the world'« n>-xt wldrly dieiribuied
pf.lu.f \ da«h of thia phtuant
•au<« tivm a rar« (Lavor to any food.
TABASCO —> th« «aa««»nlnt ••ertt of
maaftar chafe for n>ue« than 75 year a!
ov«r 2. «r
Arise with the lark, but avoid
larks in the evening.
No one writes the way he talks.
If he did, there would be no
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«•«.GROVE'S AB. D Vita-
mint are priced emuinslr
low... I««« (hen IJ4< a day
when purchased in lergs
aia*. Unit for unit you can't
art knar quality yilamina.
Quality and potency «ear.
mrtrt'Gn GROVE'S Vits-
mina A and D plu« Bi at
your druggnt today!
Princess House Frock
T IKK looking neat, pretty and
*■J efficient? Just button into this
princess house frock and presto
Thc*discouraged are already van . . . perfection.
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Barbara Bell Pattern No 1748 B. de
signed tor sizes 32. 34. 38. 38. 40, 42. 44
Size 34 requires 4>t yards Xi-
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SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
149 New Montgomery Street
Enclose 20 cents In coins for each
as ■*■**■«•■■■ eeaeaee «■■■
SLOW YOU UP
It may not be a «eoi «ult but
It's the style fer smart high school
students this season.
By FLORENCE C. WEED
• When bowels are sluggish and you
fuel Irritable, haadarhy, do as millions
do-chew FKKN-A MINT. th. modem
rh.wing-gum laaativa. Simply chew
FF.EN A MINT before you go to bed.
taking only in accordance with package
directions - sleep without being dis
turbed Nest morning gentle, thorough
relief, helping you fuel swell again. Try
FERN A MINT Teatee good, is handy
and economical A generous family supply
You’ll Save Material by Measuring
For Slip Covers This Easy Method
[ALLOW I" AT ALL SEAWI LINES
--------------- "I AND A" TO TUCK IN
PIECE FOR BACK
CUT 2 —
CUT I PIECE
cut rlounet or'
FULLNESS AND HtPt
CUT I PIECE
ing and centering the design. De
cide in advance which seams are
to be accented with welting or
trimming and measure them to
determine the amount needed.
"SACK DRIU'-br ot. a nap
"FISH’ —for torpedo
FOURrQ —for very g°°3. or tope
"CAMEL" — for the favorite cigarette
with men in the Coast Guard
IN THE COAST GUARD
NOTE —Do the springs tn your chairs
need fixing? ___________
Mrs. Spears' ___
BOOK _ 9
give« illustrated direction« for doing thia
This book also contains more than 30 other
thrift ideas for keeping your home attrac
tive In wartime. Copies of BOOK 9 are
available at 15 cents each. Address:
One industry where there Is never
a surplus is wool-growing. The
United States has 472,000 wool pro
ducers and 4fl.000.000 sheep, yet 40
per cent of the nation's require
ments must be Imported.
thirds of our output comes from the
Rocky mountain and West coast
states. Chief producers are Texas,
South Dakota and Ohio. We also
produce each year, about 110.000.000
pounds of shorn wool and 60.000.000
pounds of pulled wool from slaugh- j
After the fleece is removed from
slaughtered sheep, the slat goes Into
glove leather, lining for shoes, sweat
bands for hats, and college diplo-
mas. The wool grease or Lanolin is
used as a basis for medicinal oint*
Sheep fat has wide uses in tallow,
soap, stearine or oleo oil. As glyc
erine. it goes into anti-freeze liquids
and finds uses In paints, cellophane,
cosmetics and- bases for polish.
Blood is used in serums, medicines,
weather-proof glue and nnimal feed
and as a retardant for plaster.
It requires the glands of 100,000
lnmbs to make one pound pt adren-
aline, the powerful heart stimulant
which has been known to cause a
heart once stopped to resume its
Sheep intestines become
strings for violins, cellos, harps and
ukuleles and many other musical in
struments. They are much used for
surgical ligatures to tie blood vessels
and sew wounds during operations.
They are much favored because na
ture absorbs them while the wound
The best quality of
casings can be used for strings for
VOUR tape measure and a little
1 figuring can help you save ma
terial when making those new
slip covers. In estimating goods
remember that the length and
width of each section must be
the same as the widest and long
est measurement of the part of
the chair to which it is to be fit
ted plus seams, seat tuck-in and
flounce fullness. The method of
measuring is shown here.
Slip cover material usually
comes in 36 and 50-inch widths.
Frequently a narrow chair back
may be covered by splitting a 50-
inch width of goods. For other
chairs 36-inch material might be
cut to better advantage. If the
material has a large figure an ex
tra yard will be needed for match-
Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 9.
Name................. . .................................
With men in the Coast Guard, Army, Navy,
and the Marines, the favorite cigarette is
Camel. (Basedon actual sales recordsi
Canteens and Post Exchanges.)
’ ASK ME
? A General Quiz
1. Exclusive of the armed forces,
how many people are now on the
2. What was the real name of
Billy the Kid?
3. What is the approximate area
4. What is the position of the
Tropic of Cancer in relation to the
5. An Andalusian is a native of
6. Who is the patron saint of the
A watermark is obviously a very
valuable trademark, since it is
embodied in the paper without in
terfering with that paper's use
fulness. The name of the inventor
of watermarks is unrecorded. We
find watermarks as far back as the
1. Two million, five hundred
Briefly, a watermark is made by thousand. The payroll totals $400,-
incorporating a design in thin wire 000,000 a month, $5,000,000,000 a
in the mold on which paper is year.
being formed. Where the wire
2. William H. Bonney.
touches the paper, it is naturally
3. About 586,000 square miles.
thinner. And so the impress of
4. North of the equator.
the wire is visible if the finished
paper is held up to the light.
6. St. Hubert.
Agricultural Insecticides and fun
gicides will be available In sufYl-
cient quantities this year for all
farm and urban victory gardens.
The churning of sour cream is
easier than the churning of sweet
cream. You can sour, or ripen
cream by keeping It at a tempera
ture of about 70 degrees the day be
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