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A prize of $50, offered by ’the
Of all times, feed the heifer good
now that will come fresh in the Charleston News and Couridl’, for
spring. Give her a chance to make the best half-dozen stnoKe.-curel
IS PUBLISHED EVER? FRIDAY, BY
a good udder by giving her plenty hams made in South Carolina from
BOY B. GILL &. ALBERT COLE.* Feeding ljye stock for best results
of feed to do it with, pon’t feed her hogs born after Noy. 1, 1895, was
IN THE CITY OF
is a trade. This, like most other fattening feed, but something that awarded to'hams cpred by the fol
SCIO, MW CO., OREGON. callings, requires a person that has will make milk, keep her bowels in lowing recipes “To 100 pounds of
aptness for the business. A man good condition, and by the way meat, use four quarts salt, four lbs.
yer annum, invariably in advance«.. tr.,$1 5< must be industrious, a keen observ there is nothing better than a little brown sugar, and three ounces salt
# • 9
Per annum if not paid in advance,
2 O'* er and have a love for the business. oil meal occasionally. Some people petre. The ingredients to be well
Advertising rates at fair, living r^tes,to be It is said that no man is fit to feed are afraid of oil meal, but all dairy mixed, the salt having been beaten
cattle who could not sit on the fence men recommend it.' Something of fine. When the meat is cold, rub in
Transient advertisements must be paid for
when the order is given for their insertion.
in the worst storm and see the cat this nature is essential to producing two-thirds of the mixture and pack
tle eat. The ojd method of feeding a good flow of milk when feeding in a cask. The next day rub in the
cattle was to feed whole corn and dry feed.
remaining third,and put meat again
IF WE KNEW
have small bogs to follow to pick up In judging a calf that is intended in cask, reversing pieces from top
the waste. This method is giving for a milk cow, remember the large to bottom. Let them remain three
Could we but draw the curtains
That surround, each other’s lives, way to other and. more economical bag may be caused by the animal weeks, reversing once a week. At
methods, that of grinding the grain. being fat. But if the calf is in me the end of two weeks pour off liquor
See the naked heart and spirit,
Know what spur the action gives, It has long since been observed by dium flesh and then has a good big in the cask;-boll and skim till clear,
the best feeders that what was call udder,that calf will do to tie to. The and when cool pour over meat again.
Qftpp W© should find it better,
Purer'than we judge we should; ed moderate feeding was the most calf’s teats should be set wide apart, At the end of three week's wash
profitable. That was to feed only too, and at each, corner 'of the em meat in hot water, wipe dry and
We should love each other better
what the stock would eat up clean, bryo bag, then a large udder will smoke three weeks, after which bag
If we only understood,
and bo ready for the next feed. It surely follow.
and hang up.” Those who cure
was claimed, and rightfully, that
their own hams might do well to
Cpu!d we judge all deeds by motives, the process of digestion was much
preserve this recipe,'but we would
See the good and bad within.
more complete if the -feeding was tons per acre of corn raised for the suggest that the length of time for
Often we should love thesinner,
moderate. If heavy feeding was re
remaining in the brine and for smok
All the while we loathe the sin;
sorted to, much of the food passed ty tons are frequently reported; and ing might vary a little, according to
Could we know the powers working the animal undigested. The exper
the size of the hams. For the small
imental stations have verified this age.” Think of it, you fellows who ham or shoulder might be cured a
To o’erthrow integrity,
We should judge each other’s errors corp mon observation. They have prices for feed and then scarcely get little quicker than the large ham,
given us the exact Agues in heavy,
Something might also depend upon
With more patient charity.
medium and light feeding. In the your cattle through the bad winters- the taste of those who intend to eat
experiment corn meal was given in
it, as some want but little salt and
If we knew the cares and trials,
with coarse fodder. One than your hay crop. It makes a good others but little smoke. But the re-,
Knew the efforts all in vain,
pound of meal to 100 pounds of ani
cipe is good as it is.
And the bitter disappointment,
mal was considered heavy feeding; and is good for any kind of stock. The successful swine breeder does
Understood the loss and gain—
two-thirds of a pound of meal a me
Would the grjm, externa] roughness dium, while one-third a slight ra ter, it- will surprise you. It takes a not forget that ashes are essential
in building bone in hogs. When
Seem, I wonder, just the same?
tion. The gain was 1.80 pounds for big cow to eat 50 lbs of silage per wood ashes cannot be obtained, corn
Should we help where now we hin the heavy ration; 1.77 for the me day. People who have tried them cobs can be burned -to a charcoal or
dium, and 1.59 for the light. It will are loud in their praise. Investigate else to a fine ash’and kept in some
Should we pity where we blame? be observed that the most profitable and find out, maybe the silo people place to which the hogs have access
gain was much in favor of the me are wrong, and you can. set them at all times. There need be no spec
dium and light ration.
Ah, we judge'each other harshly,
ial work in feeding it to them.
While the gain per day was some We want to say right, now, that
Knowing not life’s hidden force;
greater in the heavy ration, the any farmer, or for that matter any’, The superstition that human be
Kno wing not the fount of action
most profitable was the medium. In one one else, whoowns a cow can not ings should sleep with their heads
. Is less turbid at its source.
of heavy ration the gain per ■ afford to be without Hoard’s Dairy to the north is believed by the
Seeing'not amid the evil
when sold was $9.62, for the man. The editor is a practical dairy French to have for its foundation a
All the golden grains of good—
medium $14.50, and for the light man himself, and, talks everyday, scientific fact. They affirm that
Oh, we’d love each other better
$15.64. It was observed that it was common sense talk to you. The each human system is in itself anel
If we only understood.
necessary to increase the lighter ra Hoard creameries, have 800 patrons, ectric battery, th.e head being one
tion in order to complete the final and men of experience write their of the electrodes, the feet the other.
finish, it had to be raised up to the views on everything pertaining to Their proof was discovered from
The enmity between Governor larger measure.
These experi the successful management of the experiments which-the academy of
Bushnell and Senator Hanna which meats are very suggestive. These milch cow. There are now run Sciences was allowed to make on the
broke out so unexpectedly and. with fine discriminations might decide ning in the Dairyman a series of re body of a man who. was guillotined.
such violence isof.no recent growth. the question of profit or loss in feed plies, written by farmers.and dairy This was taken the instant it fell
Senator Hanna got in the way of the ing. As competition becomes sharp men, to a list of 27 questions asked and placed upon a pivot free to
Ohio governor, and he was forced to er these fine points must be observ by that paper that are simply too move as it might. The head part,
play second fiddle Or none, as Hanna ed.
good to miss, and we want others to after a litte vacillation, turned to
was thé shrewder polititian of the To be able to write on glass with read them. You will find facts in the north, and the body then re
two. Party bonds was busted, and an ordinary pen and ink would be these answers that you are looking mained stationary. It was turned
part .of the republican party sided in an advantage to many housekeepers for, and some more facts that will half way round by one of the pro
with the democrats, and stopped at with a regard for the orderliness of be a revelation to you. This is no fessors, and again the head end of
nothing short of crime to furthur her cupboards, in which each jar or advertisement and we do not get the trunk moved slowly to the car
dinal point due north, the same re
the defeat of Hanna.
bottle would instantly suggest its any pay for writing this.
Bushnell and Foraker are both contents. A suitable ink for writ Don’t lead a bull by a rope, get a sults being repeated until the final
traitors of the most pronounced ing on glass with an ordinary pen, strong, light pole, and fasten to the arrestation of organic movement.
type. No matter to what party a can be made, in this manner: “Take ring in his nose and you can keep
man belongs, when the proper time of shellac (bleached), ten parts; of him at a distance in case he gets a One small bay pony with roached
comes, if he is honest, he will stand Venice turpentine, five parts; lamp- notion he wants to fight. '
mane, one white hind foot, branded
“ee’n” for all he is. worth, regard black, fiye parts; and of ordinary, After several years experience I on right hip with bridle bit. Came
less of petty jealousy or personal turpentine five parts. Place the am convinced that for growing hogs to_my place six miles southeast of
grievances. This, Bushnell did not shellac and two turpentines in an from the age ot 2 to 6 months barley Scio, about six weeks ago.
A. L. R ichardson .
earthen jar with a cover. Set this
jar in a saucepan, not too full of is preferable to corn if only one
The plain unvarnished truth of water, and boil it until the contents thing is fed. But to be able to feed W anted —stock beets—tho ehave
the matter is this: Bushnell, at one are quite dissolved; then add the barley profitably it must.be finely ing any to sell please leave prices at
time, had to a great extent, control lampblack, stirring constantly; bot ground and soaked at least six“ this office.
of things in Ohio. Hanna, a busi tle, and the ink will be ready for hours before it it given to the pigs.
ness man until then, jumps out and use. Any kind of pen can be used It should always' be fed in the form
so manipulates things, that he had to apply it to the glass, and it can of a very thick, slop. Skim milk Is
preferable to water for making'the
control of the primaries, and made not be erased,
terms with Bushnell, agreeing to A cure for abortion in cows has slop, especially for young pigs. I
let him have the nomination, and long been desired. Mr. N. A. Lind once fed a lot of pigs 5 months old,
push his election for governor, if he a breeder’ of shorthorn cattle at and they made a gain of 2J pounds
(Bushnell); would help present a Rolfe, Io., states that he finds car a day on finely-ground barley fed as
“solid front” for Hanna for U 8 bolic acid a cure. In a western a thick slop with a liberal amount of
senator. This was agreed to by thé journal he states that, knowing car skim milk. For very young pigs j
Bushnell people and Hanna stumped bolie acid to be a deadly poison, he prefer to feed equal, parts of shorts
the state of Ohio, paying out his own feared to use it, but triedit on one and ground barley and then gradual
money for campaign expenses and cow, giving her an eighth' of an. ly change it to one-half each of corn
Bushnell was elected. You know ounce in bran mash every other day. and barley the last six weeks, when
the rest. Hanna, in his own party, Finding that it did not kill her,and finishing for market.—Lewis O’Fol
is noted for being very generous to that she improved, he gave it to the low in Orange Judd Farmer.
Well-cured fodder, shredded fod
his opponents, reports to the contra entire herd,gradually increasing the
ry notwithstanding, and his gen dose to half an ounce, The disease der and hay may be accepted and
erosity was what put Bushnell in disappeared, the first cow has pro-1 eaten by cattle, but they will always
thé office he now holds. -It was a duced a 'strong healthy calf, and not take ensilage in preference. The
“dirty Irish trick,” not Irish either, a case of abortion has since appear-': reason is that in winter they apprec
iate any kind of food that is juicy
for they never act the traitor that ed.
and succulent, or approaching that
One writer in an exchange says: which they recieve in summer.
“So 'far as making money out of
“Gentlemen, you do not use your skim and buttermilk is concerned, Ensilage and linseed meal is a ra
faculties of observation,” said an old the shortest road to profit is through tion that never fails to give excel
pi of essor, addressing his class. He the cow—feed it back to her. She lent results. •
pushed forward a gallipot con tai ng a will give you iit'least one hundred Wisconsin ranks second of the states
chemical of exceedingly ‘.offensive per cent more profit for it than any in the production of cheese and
smell,- “When I was a student,” hog could afford to pay. But here fourth in the production of butter,
he continued, “I used my sense of again ycu must be scrupulously’care- There are in Wisconsin 951 cream
taste..” And with that he put his ful not to let her trough or the buck eries producing 75,653,730 pounds of
finger in the gallipot and then put ets she drinks from, or the milk is butter per year, 1571 cheese factor
his finger in his mouth: “Taste it, carried in, get the least bit foul. If ies with an annual output of 52,480-
gentlemen—taste it,” said the prof you do, the taint of that milk will 615 pounds. The great' butter pro
essor, “and exercise your, percept get- right into the center of every ducing counties are Dane, with an
ive faculties.”' The gallipot was pound of butter you make, and rise annual production of 5,521330 lbs.;
pushed toward the reluctant class- up in judgment against you. The Walworth, 2,089,420 pounds; Jeffer
One by one the students resolutely profit of your dairy will depend son, 3,683,400 pounds; and Rock,
Ready Jan. 1, 1898,
dipped'their fingers into the concoc very largely upon the use to which Tempealeau, Dodge and Fond du
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tion, and with many a wry face, you put the skim milk, and other Lac each producing a little less than
sucked the abomination from their
3,000,000 pounds. Sheboygan coun
by products of the dairy.”
ty leads in the production of cheese
fingers. “Gentlemen, gentlemen,”
said the professor. “I must repeat The longer you'can feed your calf with 9,950,000 pounds, followed by Larger, Better, More Complete
that you do not use.your faculties skim milk, after it begins to eat oats Green with 7,790,250 pounds, and
of observation; for, had you looked and other dry feed, the better. Milk Dodge producing 6,000,000 pounds.
most widely sold Annual Refer
more closely at what I was doing, is a great muscle and bone former, A shipment of 100 horses, mainly
you would have seen that the finger and will add greatly,to the growth for riding and carriage use, arrived ence Booh and Political Manual published..
in .Berlin from me United States, L
which I put in my mouth was not of the calf.
the finger I dipped in the gallipot.” Sternberg’s for ,the latest styles of and were all sold within twenty-
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