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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1927)
There are 862 species of forest of growth, but the exp<?r’ment °f
trees in this country. It the dif bottom-land farmers in widely sep
ferent varieties and hybrids were arated sections has shown that a
added the total of the different 1-year-old stand may remat. t un
forms of forest trees would reach der water for several days, or in
1,177. Of all the trees that make (-winter and early spring even for
up our forests 182 species are com- several * weeks,
being . killed.
Radioed From USDA
Proper attention to reforestating
Analyzing surveys made In 12
rough lands unsuited to agriculture, states, the United States depart-
to maintain good forest cover at ment of agriculture concludes that
the headquarters of rivers, and to education pays and pays big. For
the prevention of rapid run-off on instance, the yearly net profits of
all sloping farm lands would aid Georgia farmers without any school
materially in the problems of flood ing averaged $240. Those who had
control, says the United States de a common school education earned
partment of agriculture.
$565.50. High school graduates
At the Brazing Works on Rost
Continued increase in consumpt- earned $644.50. Those who complet-
ion of milk and cream per person ed an agricultural colege course
in this country during the past year earned $1,254. In Missouri, the
Phone MAin 343
is reported by the bureau of agri- better educated men were found
culture, economics of the United to own four-fifths of the land
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States department of agriculture, they operate, keep more livestock,
E. Water and Yamhill Streets
which places per capita consump-
Office No. 11 tion at 55.3 gallons for 1926 against handle more crops with each work
man employed, and do about one-
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54.75 gallons in 1925, and 43 gal fifth more business. In Wisconsin,
lons in 1920. ■
the survey showed, farmers with
That heifers should be raised a high school education acquired
largely on roughage is indicated the ownership of their farms in
both by investigations and practice, about 7 years, while it took 10
Legume hays are by far the best. years for those with only a com-
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A combination of good quality le mon school education, Without ex
gume hay and silage makes a very ception, every survey showed that
desirable roughage; in fact, heifers the man with the greater train
over a year old will often make ing enjoyed the greater prosperity.
There are now 20,000 sheep rais
satisfactory growth on such a com
HERE M. SALT
bined roughage even if no grain is ers in 28 states who marketed wool
cooperatively. These 50,000 wool
Next Door to Postof- fed.Hen manure, one of the most growers are in about 90 coopera
valuable farm manures for garden tive marketing associations which do
purposes, contains a large percent an annual business amounting to
age of potash and phosphoric acid $10,000,000. The oldest of these
and is especially rich in nitrogen. associations was formed in 1885,
A flock of 30 chickens will leave but the majority of them have
on the dropping board a half ton come into being since 1920,
of manure a year. This supply the price of wool took a big drop.
The department of agriculture
should l>a preserved in tight bar
rels, mixing ns saved with equal has made an inquiry into the heavy
quantities of dry earth. This half marketing of cattle on Monday,
strength poultry manure may be Some of the larger public stock-
spaded into the garden at the rate yards, it has been found, receive
of 25 pounds to 100 square feet 40 to 50 per cent of the total for
the week on this one day of the
There are several advantages in week. This means larger expense
having cows freshen in the fall. for equipment and personnel than
Butterfat usually brings a h’gher if the receipts were more evenly
price during the fall and winter distributed throughout the week.
months; labor is easier to obtain The department has forwarded, the
then, and there is more time to results of its Inquiry to various
care for th» calves and a large livestock interests which may co
supply of milk. The fall-freshening operate to remedy a situation which
cow, if properly fed and handled, it is contended causes a loss to
SUMMER EXCURSION FARES
will originally produce well dur both consumers and producers.
IN EFFECT MAY 22 TO SEPT. 30
RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER31.1927
Insects are always raising trouble.
ing the winter months, falling off
as spring opens. At this time the The bureau of entomology during
ROUND TRIP TO
spring pasture grass will act as the past few years, however, has
a stimulus and prevent a rapid de- been using insects to fight insects.
crease in production during the A number of insects which live
DES MOINES....... 81.5S
as parasites on the gypsy moth have
spring and early summer.
scars and cavities in the been imported into this country, in
trunk or limbs of trees are fre- order to check the spread of that
quently infested with wood-bormg insect which destroys may trees and
larve or are the retreat of dif garden plants. The entomologists
ferent species of ants. Such cavi has discovered, however, that some
ties not only favor gradual decay of the parasites which in turn prey
and weakening of the trees but on the parasites have seriously in
Low fares also to other points in
afford an excellent winter harbor terfered with the establishment of
Middle West, South and East.
for certain injurious insects. Cav these enemies of the gypsy moth.
Liberalitopovers permit Putting
A quarter acre of garden pays
ities in the trunk usually are the
Zion National Park
result of improper pruning and neg twice as much as a quarter acre of
Grand Canyon National Park
lect to care for wounds from other land used for any other farm pur
Yellowstone National Park
causes. Such cavities may, after pose, says the United States depart
Rocky Mountain Nafl Park
proper treatment including removal ment of agriculture. Unless, of
For Illustrated Booklets,
Reservations and Information,
of all dead wood, be filled with course, you have a gold mine, or
address Agent named below.
cement, and the condition of the an oil well on one of your quarter
acres. One reason why farmers
trees thus materially improved.
Alsike clover is an especially haven’t paid so much attention to
valuable crop on wet lands, not their gardens is because they hav
only because it will grow where en’t had any good way of find
there is plenty of water, but also ing out just how much the vegetab
flHB OVERLAND ROUTE
it will endure a certain les they raise there are worth.
G. W. ROBERTS, Dis-
overflow without dam
trict Freight and Pass-
age. No definite statements can
enger Agent, Union Pa-
Do you know Farmer»' Bulletin
cific Wharf, Foot of
1449-F, »election of cotton fabric»?
of time alsike clover ean be ovar-
16th St. Phone 301.
When planning your summer ward
fjowed, especially at different stages
robe and the ehildren’s spring drese-
es, you will find it a help in choos
ing durable, satisfactory materials.
Always iron with the thread of
goods, and iron until the garment
is dry. Otherwise it will pucker.
To remove the shiny gloss on hems,
tucks or seams, moisten a piece
of solf cloth in clear water, wring
it dry, and wipe it quickly over
the shiny surface.
Jelly that didn’t “jell” can be
used in many ways. As a spread or
sauce for pancakes; as a filling for
whole stewed or baked apples; in
pastry or tart shells, garnished with
whipped cream; in jelly roll; In
lamb or mutton gravy, if tan; as
a foundation for fruit puncn.
Jellied prunes are made with
gelatin, in the same way as any
jellied fresh fruit. Use the water
the prunes were cooked in, adding
a little lemon juice to tone up the
prunes, and allow one envelop or
ounce of gelatin to each three and
a half cups of liquid. As with other
jellied fruits, a trifle less liquid
is needed than usual because of
the presence of the solid pieces of
fruit A few pecan or walnut mean
scattered through this dessert make
it extra good.
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Foals of working mares should
be alowed to suckle several times
daily. Do not allow nursing while
the male is waim, however, as
this may cause disturbance.
THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1927
ting oils refined from this crude
oil are recognized as the highest
standard that can be made.
“The viscosity of an oil is the
real test of its lubricating effi
ciency. In plain terms, viscosity is
the quality in an oil which keeps
it on the job preventing friction
after the motor has reached ef
ficient operating temperature.
"The viscosities for most oils are
determined at 100 degrees tempera
ture. This, however, is not a pro
per test, for any oil can be built
up to a high visoosity at 100 de
grees, but in the heat of a run
ning motor it may break down
rapidly. All motor oils should be
tested at 210 degrees which as
you know is just below 1 the boil-
ing point and recognized I as the
most efficient temperature for mo-
“Parabase motor oil is 100 per
cent paraffin base oil. It is not
a blended oil as so many of the
so-called eastern oils are, but is
refined directly from paraffin base
“The viscosity of parabase motor
oil is about 30 per cent higher at
210 degrees than other oils shown
in the statistics of the association.
“Remember you get this increas
ed efficiency in parabase motor
oil at no additional cost. We know
our oil and back it with an un
qualified guarantee to give thor
oughly satisfactory lubrication or
your money is refunded.
"Could we not afford to do this if
we did not have good oil?”
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WHAT IS GOOD OIL?
Roy Clark of the Vernonia ser
vice station answered the question
in this fashion.
“Such information as I can of
fer is baaed on known facts, and
data given out by the Pennsylvania
grade crude oil association.
Paraffin base oil has always
I brought a better price at the wells
than any other crude oil. Lubrica-
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