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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - June 2, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana
The review Republican m for health and vigor appearance and action taken together Are fairly reliable guide for selection. Only by continuous Section for health and vigor is it possible to Irald tip a flock that will produce Fertile eggs Strong Chicks capable of making Quick growth and pullets with sufficient stamina to withstand the Strain of heavy egg production. The appearance of a Bird is not always a sure indication of its vigor Bot appearance and action taken to Fether Are a fairly reliable guide for King out vigorous Birds say pay specialists of the United s department of agriculture. Quot to thine comb face and Wattles should a i Jive a Good Bright color the eyes Fli Otilde be Brigit and fairly prominent and the head should be comparatively Broad and Short having a fairly Short Well curved beak and showing no tendency to be Long quot snaky quot or the Bird should be Alert and have a Strong vigorous Carriage the legs isto be fed separately it is advisable to wait until the Chicks Are 10 Days old the poultry division of the United states department of agriculture advises although Many poultry men put the beef scrap before the Young chickens at the Start without bad results. Chickens confined to Small Yards should always be supplied with Green feed. Fine charcoal grit and of Ster Shell should be kept before the chickens at All times and cracked or ground Bone May be fed where the chickens Are kept in Small Bare Yards but the latter feed is not necessary for chickens that have a Good Range. Keep Chicks in Best condition Young fowls when old enough to shift for themselves must be Given care. Neglect is cause of loss losses from Fertile eggs table Given by department of agriculture shows infertile product is Superior. The following table compiled by the United states department of agriculture shows that the losses of Fertile eggs Are computed to be nearly twice As great As of infertile eggs Fertile infertile eggs eggs per cent per cent on the farm. 29.0 15.5 at country store. 7.1 4.0 transportation to packing House. 4.7 bulletin Given out by department of agriculture especially for beginners gives essential in for proper growth. Total. 42.5 24.2 location for Brood coops should be placed on spot where grass is Green and tender and removed frequently. Brood coops with runs should be placed on ground where the grass is j Green and tender and As fast As it is eaten off the Coop and run should be moved to a place where the grass is plentiful say specialists of the United states department of agriculture. F the Story of our states. Single comb White leghorn cockerel a on of foundation Birds used at government poultry farm belts Volle my. Should be set Well apart and strongly support the body giving no Indica tic of weakness or a Knock kneed condition. The Bone As seen in the Shank should be Strong and not too Fine for the Breed while the toes should be Strong straight and not too Long. The plumage should be clean and smooth As a Lack of condition often accompanies soiled roughened plumage. The condition of fish quot should be Good As a very thin Bird is usually in poor health. Sick fowls or fowls that have apparently recovered from sickness should never be used for Breeding if it can be avoided. Feeds for growing Chicks in addition to grains growth of Young fowl can be hastened by supplying milk. As soon As chickens will eat whole wheat cracked Corn and other grains the Small sized Chick feed eliminated. In addition to the above feeds the chickens growth can be hastened if they Are Given sour milk skim milk or Buttermilk to drink. Growing chickens kept on a Good Range May he Given All their feed in a Hopper mixing two parts by weight of cracked com with one part of a wheat or equal parts of cracked com wheat and Oats in one Hopper and the dry Mash in another. The beef scrap May be left out of the dry Mash and fed in a separate Hopper fio that the chickens can eat All of this feed they desire. If the beef s crap a / # f t t i t i t t t f t t t a f t t t f i t t p t t t t i f t f t t t f i la t i t t \ \ t t j i a 1 i t t t 4 by Jonathan Brace on Janu a e y 2, 1788, Georgia accepted the c 0 institution and became the fourth state in the Union. The settlement of Georgia was conceived As a Buffer against the depredations of tie spaniards and indians whose invasions of South Carolina had reached a Climax in 1715 with a raid in Wimch four or five Hundred settlers had been massacred. To protect South Carolina from future inroads James Oglethorpe planned a Colony to the South and a 1732 he obtained from George ii a Grant of land. The new territory was consequently named Georgia after the King. The deed stated that the land was granted quot in Trust for the this referred to Oglethorpe s plan to have As the settlers the insolvent debtors who according to the Laws of that time in England were cast into prison. Many of these were released from prisons and re enforced by some germans and scotch Higl slanders founded the town of Savannah in 1733 and rapidly spread up and Down the coast where successful plantations office and indigo soon became established. Georgia continued to Prosper until the p 0 p u 1 i o n of its 59,265 Square Miles entitles it to a representation of 14 presidential electors. A by a Mcclure newspaper Syndicate i \ t i ii t f 0 i t f t / t t t 4 i t i f t t t t t t i i t i t t t t i i f t t i f t t t t t t i t t t t t t i t f prepared by tie United states department of agriculture the enthusiasm a us which Many poultry raisers particularly beginners Start in the Spring with Young Chicks sometimes lags As the season advances and the Chicks get old enough to shift for themselves if care is neglected at Liis period however Success is improbable. The baby Chicks May be smart Little Fellows from Strong vigorous Parent Stock and they May have been brooded carefully for the first two or three weeks but unless they receive proper care and management during their later growing period they will not develop properly and Many of them will be lost by sickness and disease. This is tie timely warning made by poultry men of the United states department of agriculture in Farmers bulletin .1111, quot management of growing Young Chicks quot pub Lilied by the department in which is Given the essentials to proper growth and development of Hicks. The belie tin is written briefly and in simple terms for beginners especially members of boys and girls poultry clubs. Suitable food and care. The chief essentials to the proper grow tji of Clicks according to the bulletin Are Good coops or houses cleanliness. Proper feed and water Shade and free Range. Growing Choclis should be provided with Large Roony coops or houses which will give them a comfortable place to stay at night and during Stormy weather. The bulletin suggests no particular kind of House but states it Sli Ould be so built that it will provide the Chicks with y member of boys poultry club and his flock. The right direction if you Are going anywhere the natural thing to do is to travel in the direction of the place you desire to reach. The Speed you make merely regulates the time of your arrival if you Are headed right. It is net the amount of Money you save but the fact that you have begun to save that invests the act with a certain moral influence which properly encouraged becomes stronger All the time. That s Why we urge you to open an account with us and get st arted on the right Joad where the going is easy. Imes m in on 30x3h Standard non skid tire this new Low Price is made possible by strictest econ envies and specialized production. Plant no. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making 30x3h-Inch non. Skid fabric tires. With a daily capacity of 16,000 tires and 20,000 tubes thia Plant permits refined production on a Quantity basis. All materials used Are the Best obtainable. The Quality is uniform. It is the Best fabric tire Ever offered to the car owner at any Cord tires tire repairmen who judge values Best class these tires As having the sturdiest carcass made. Forty seven High Grade cent manufacturers use them As Standard equipment. They Are the Quality Choice of Cord Cord a �34x48 ii �,4 new Price $24. Quot 46.30 quot 54.9�/ 4i 44 -�3hiwilliamsport Auto station went up in record time Skull there As Large or larger than the fragment he took to Miami. Comfortable House that was begun and practically completed in a single Day. Plenty of Light i ure air and Sti Shirie and protect them Froid dampness and storms of ail kinds. Chicks should never be crowded in Brood coops for crowding will them to become overheated resulting in improper growt i and sometimes in dead Chicks. Sickness or disease usually starts in unclean quarters and in such places lice and mites Are always More plentiful the bulletin says. The coops should be cleaned and sprayed once a week and clean shavings Ciaffi or Sand put on the floor. Examine the Chicks and houses often for lice and mites and if found they should be gotten Rio a of at once. Farmer bulletin 1110 gives directions for fighting lice and mites. Feed right for la paid growth. The three kinds of feeds most necessary for rapid growth Are Grain feed Green feed and dry Mash. A Grain mixture should be fed night and morning giving As Large a Quantity As the Chicks will eat clean but no More. A Good mixture for growing Chicks j consists of three parts cracked Corn two parts wheat and two parts hulled Oats. Kafir Corn or rolled or hulled Barley May be substituted for hulled Oats. A Supply of fresh Green feed is almost As necessary As Grain for growing Chicks. They obtain plenty of it if they have free Range but if kept in confinement Lawn grass beet tops a Carmn in one of the Ini Iddie West pm states bought material for a House and then discovered that for Lack of Means he could not go on with it. The stuff Lay on the ground for months when one Day a generous thought came into tie mind of a contracting Ini Ilder. He called iii men Aro Imd him and asked for volunteers to build tie Farmer s cottage telling them he Ould undertake to do it within one Day if they would contribute to Weir work. Twenty six carpenters masons and painters agreed on the condition that tie Farmer would furnish a Chicken dinner and a time was fixed for All to Reik it it at the site of the proposed building. Every Man appeared on time and All went at once to work. Each worker was assigned to a particular Tjart and the House Lulian to go up with a Rush. When no ii Cam the framework was ail up and the clip Money was started. Alien came Dimier. Tie wife of the Farmer had Fried two dozen chickens. There Sliu Tea loaves of bread four dozen ears of Corn and Neift by a Bushel of mashed potatoes. The dessert con slate in of Chesty Cobbler and various kinds of pie. The contractor had to Call off his men for fear they would eat so much they would not be Able to finish tie Job. The hurry began again. Before the roof was on tie plasterers were at work and at exactly six o clock tie cottage was finished All but tie second coat of paint and the skim plaster. Neither of which could be put on before the first coat dried. Very tiling else even to putting on the locks and hinges was done before the men were called Oft and done Well. The contractor complimented his men when the Job was Complete. He said that Althou ii he Iliad done quot hurry quot work before he had never mown a House to be begun and completed in a Day. Quot perfume at $90 per ounce. The Harvest of bavarian roses Foi last year being one of the worst of record the Price of the essence Haa gone up very considerably. The wholesale Price just now is round about $20 an ounce. Before tiie Wai it was $7. Contrary to popular belief lio Wever Attar of roses is by no Means the expensive scent of the Carlvet. Civet is Worth who Esau just now $25 an ounce and Musk $90 i a is ii Ambergris which forms the basis Foi Swift. Nearly All the Best Quality scents costs>00 an ounce and is hard to get inconsistent. It is one of the inconsistencies of Man that he will make Laws to protect the Doi i. Sui uni iii the Partridge with game regulations compel quot quot tha Fishe Ninn to resp i i like Small Fisli full l yet no Law to lib Rull has l it Striction of taif in a Liili Hesi wild things Aiu i a i i l Iiri Rry Zine. At that. These prices refer in thi Pony Case of perfumes to the essential oils one or two drops of which will make quite a decent sized bottle of scent i Only dealers in precious stones carry i More valuable Stock in a Small space than the dealers in these highly con Cen rated Ess it tial oils. A quite mod i Erate sized Safe in the office of a firm j of wholesale perfumers will frequently contain Stock Worth $125,000. Racing monkeys. It is True Bluit an Active boy could easily nil Niu a monkeys quot on tha but there is one species known Inni Ikey Wlinich is very built somewhat like a Grey Howind it Clin at a Speed of 18 Miles an hour and mind Ishanee a goofy first use of kerosene. About Chr inf die of the nineteenth Century let it rii Sevic a is used in Lampi instead a of a line a Oil Nave Oil or Soni it other such Oil. The Diange was tiie Sestili of the Devellin Zient of the Wells in the United Stanios. Tons of petals. Italy s Jie fume con clean shave by lightning stroke. There Are several cases of people being shaved i y Lic lining. Famous bume 1,800 tons of Orange blossoms one is that of the French doctor Gaul-900 tons of roses 1-0 tons of Jasmine Tiei quot. Olio live ii at i in by. His heard and violets and to tons of Jonau ils i al quot cleanly As though he ant Molly. Iliad ii ii shaved. It never i Rew unidentified sea monster. A sea monster believed to have come up from the Depths of the Gull j Sti quot Eam to die and drifted into the cabbage lettuce or other such Green shallow water North of the key where feed should be supplied regularly. Grit and Oyster shells should be pro it was discovered by e. E. Garretson is a subject for much inquiry by Scien video so the Chicks May help them-1 lists. A fragment of the Skull weigh selves whenever they wish. When sour ing three tons and measuring 16 fee4 milk can be obtained it should also in length and 7 feet across was taken he kept before the Chicks As no feed to Miami in Tow of the yacht Corsair is regarded better for them. When thousands off curious persons visited this is Given the amount of beef scrap i the Dock but none could name the in the dry Mash May be reduced one creature and or. Garretson was in half. Plenty of fresh clean water is certain As to the Yecies to which in absolutely necessary and in hot i belongs. He is inclined to the Spiri weather it should be provided twice Ion. However it is a giant squid Foi Warren county Bank daily in dishes that have been th6r-Oughly cleaned. The bulletin emphasizes the importance of free Range and Shade for growing Chicks. They Are necessary if Chicks Are to grow rapidly and develop into vigorous fowls. When growing Chicks have free Range they obtain quantities of Green feed bugs Worms and other things therefore they require less Grain and Are less liable to sickness and disease. The Only Bone he could Salve was the Skull. Or. Garretson declared that when he first saw the monster it was surrounded by Sharks which were devouring the flesh. He did not kno i How Long it was As he saw Only 80 of j 90 feet of it with the head protruding 6 or 8 feet above the water. Or Gar. Retson with the Aid of the yacht pulled the head from the body and in doing so broke the Skull. He is confident the. Is another piece of. The in offering our service and facilities to prospective customers and clients we Are not offering something for nothing. We expect ultimately to be repaid for the expense of handling every account that comes to us. Banks Are Money making institutions and our s is no exception. If we Are to continue to go Forward we must operate profitably however we sincerely believe that our facilities for rendering real banking service Are unsurpassed and that those who contemplate opening accounts cannot do better than come to state Bank Williamsport Indiana
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