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TULSA, OKLA., STAR
TRAP-NESTING IS ADVOCATED
Only Certain Method of Separating
Good Layers From the Poor la to
Keep Dally Records.
Tlint tlio only sure way to know
which lions In a flock nro doing the
work and which are not "earning
their keep," is by using the trap nest,
Is the belief of Prof. James Dryden of
tho poultry husbandry department of
tho Oregon agricultural cullego.
"High egg production la not a char
acteristic of any ono breed of fowls,"
nays l'rofesor Dryden. "Tho trap-nest
has demonstrated this. There Is no
particular shape or tpe that Indicates
good laying qualities, so far, at any
rate, as our present knowledge goes.
"Tho only certain method of sepa
rating tho good layers from the poor
Is to uso tho trap nest and keep a
dally record of eggs laid. It Is not al
ways tho fault of the feed and care
that they don't do better. It Is the
misfortune of the ben herself very
often; she couldn't lay If she want
"It requires considerable, tlmo to
keep a trap nest record of a Hock of
hens. iJot every farmer bas the time,
but If a few farmers In every county
would trap-nest a llock of bens, In a
few jenrs all th farmers of the coun
ty would very likely have stock that
wero from hcavy-lalng, trap-nested
' fow Is.
"Tho Oregon experiment station Is
trap nesting a large flock each year
and it is doing tho bcBt It can to fur
nish tbo farmers of that stato with
stock from good lajers, with tho ob
ject of Increasing ihe egg )leld In the
state. It Is desirable, of course, to
keep a full j ear's rocord for each hen,
but if that Is not possible, n record
for a part of tho year would bo alu
able. For Instance, a record of the
llrst six months of lalng, beginning
probably In November, would show
which wero tho good winter produ
cers. PREPARE GEESE FOR MARKET
Closer Fowls Are Confined, If Allowetf
Sufficient Room for Exercise,
Better They Are.
A goose that is being fattened foi
market should never bo permitted tc
hwlm lu the water or to wander an
distance Tho closer they aro con
fined, as long as they havo n pen fot
sufficient exercise, tho better table
poultry they make. To keep thorn
clean while bolng fattened, cover the
floor of tho building In which they
stay nt night with a thick covering oi
straw. Ilcmovo this in tho morning
with n pitchfork, either into tho ait
or sunlight where it will dry. Thor
oughly tempo tho floor, and cover It
with dry sand or earth; as night ap
proaches throw down the bedding
again, nnd In this way they can be
kept perfectly clean, and under these
conditions the) will Improve much
When tho time comes for selling
them, the geese should bo confined If
a limited space, provided with a
building for shelter only, plenty of
water to drink, and bo fed nil they
will cat of a dry mash triad, of one
half cormneal, ono-fourth bran and
middlings, the balance of gnaund oats
Pair of White China Geese.
This is best mixed with boiled milk,
buttermilk, sour milk or skim milk,
which, when thoroughly cooked, can
bo mixed Into the meals to make the
dry roash, and fed In boxes or troughs
onco or twlco of day. In addition to
this, a small amount of green food,
tho best of rye, clover or grass, may
be provided with good results.
GANAHA WINS AGAIN
This Time at the International
Soil Products in Oklahoma.
I.ABt enr nnd tho jear before, and
the jear before that, the farm prod
ucts of Western Canada carried off
first premiums, championships nnd
honours, together with medals and di
plomas, feats that wero likely to glvo
a Bwellcd head to nny other people
lhan thoto who had so much more be
hind At Columbus, Ohio, nnd then
agalo. at Columbia, North Carolina, a
farmer of Saskatchewan carried off
llin hlghebt prize for oats, and In an
other J ear, will become tho possessor
it tho tl.COO Colorado Trophy; anoth
er farmer mado two successful ex
hibits of wheat at tho biggest shows
In tho United States; another farmer
of Manltobn won championships and
sweepstake at tho llvo stock show In
Chicago, and this year expects to du
plicate, his successes of last J ear.
l'liese winnings nro tho more credlta
bio as none of the cattle were ever fed
any corn, but raised and fattened on
nature grasses nnd small grains.
At the Dry Farming Congress held
at I.cthbrldgo In 1912, Alberta and
Saskatchewan, farmers carried off
tho principal prl7es competing with
the world. The most recent winnings
of Canada hnvo been mado nt Tuba,
Oklahoma, whero seven of the eigh
teen sweepstakes rewards t tho In
ternational Soil Products Imposition
were tnkon by Canada in competition
with eleven states.
Tho chief prl7e, a thrashing ma
chine, nlucd nt $1,200 for the best
bushel of hard wheat, went to Peter
Gerlack of Allan, Saskatchewan Mon
tana took four of tho sweepstakes,
Oklahoma four, nnd Nebraska two.
Hussla sent ono delegate, Spain
had two, Ilelgium three, China four,
Canada fifty, .Mexico five, Norway one,
In tho district In which the wheat
was grown that won this prize, thero
were thousand-) of acres this jear that
would have done as well. Mr Gerlack
la to be congratulated ns well as tho
Prolnco of Saskatchewan, and West
ern Canada as n whole, for the great
success that has been nchlcved In
both grain and cattle Advertisement.
Watch Growing Children,
I noticed In ono of tho magazines
tho other dny a strong nnd sensible
plea to mothers to pay more atten
tion to the phslcnl pecullaritks of
growing children. For Itihtance, a
child ought to bo shown the Impor
tance of breathing through tho noso
Instead of tho mouth. Breathing
through tho mouth Is not only un
healthful but It spoils thu nppearanco
of tho face. Tho child ought to bo
natural In conduct. Grimaces tire
something that mothers bhould dis
courage. Thero aro nlto many bad
habits In sitting, standing and walking
which the fond mother can correct by
a little watchfulness.
"Was It a runaway marriage?"
"In n certain sense," loplled Miss
Cavoiinu. "Ihey wero married at the
bride's home, llut ho has been trjlng
to run away ever since" Washington
DISFIGURED MTH PIMPLES
n. F. D. No. 2, Box 40, Matthews,
Ga. "For threo years or more I was
troubled with pimples and blackheads.
At first my faco would Itch and burn
and then tho pimples would break out.
They looked almost as It I had meas
'les, causing great disfigurement. They
would mako my fnco very red and
sore. Then they festered and came to
a head and largo bolls would come, on
my chin and noso.
"I also bad dandruff which caused
my scalp to Itch and burn. It Itched
and burned so that I had to scratch it
until It was Irritated. Tho dandruff
scaled off and showed plainly in my
balr. It also caused my hair to
break off and becomo very thin. I
used several remedies which did not
euro nnd gavo but llttlo relief. After
I received a freo samplo of Cuttcura
Soap and Ointment I began using
them according to directions. I se
cured two cakes of Cutlcura Soap nnd
two boxes of Cutlcura Ointment, vvbjch
cured mo perfectly." (Signed) Miss
Wllllo M. Walker, July 31, 1012.
Cutlcura Soap nnd Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Hook. Address post
card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv.
Always the Discrepancy.
"Say, what's the population of this
town7 Approximately, I mean."
"Which figures do you want? The
last census, or the way tho new cltv
directory estimates It?" ,
RATHER AN UNKIND REMARK'
Colonel Osborne of Kentucky Credited
With Witty Speech That Might
I Col Thomas D Osborne, who re
signed from tho board of managers, to
i become sicretnry of tho hospital com
mission, allowed a remark to escape
him fur which tho good llaptlsts of
this city mnj lake lilni to task.
Colonel Osborne Is nn ex-('onfeder
ate lie Is also an ardent llaptlut
lloth come close to his hi art
A friend stopped Coloni 1 Osborne
nnd Inquired whether he was going to
the Confederate reunion nt Chatta
"I nm sorry 1 cannot " said Colonel
Osborne "Hen Dennett II Young Is
urging me to attend the reunion to
meet my old comrades because 1 maj
never me them again "llut I have a
Unptlxi convention to attend just nt
the time the reunion will bo held I
told General Young 1 was sure to meet
nil Confederates In heaven, but I
must meet my llnptlst friends whllu I
can" Loutsvlllo Masonic Homo Jour
"So j on don't like that professional
"Not much," replied Mr. flrovvcher,
"there are times when I might forget
my troubles If ho wero not ronstantl
advising mevto make a terrible elfort
to cheer up "
Don't buy watr forblutnc. I.lnuMblunl'
utmost all water, buy l'td CroM 1UU lllue,
I tlic blua that' all blue. Ailr.
About the time a man gets com
I fortnbly uttlcd In an easy chair his
wife proceeds to stir him up
Some Job, Surely.
"Eight hours' work Is enough for
nny man," said Farmer Corntossel.
"Yes," replied his wife, as she
dropped an armful of stovewood on
tho floor; "tho question Is, how are
you going to get nny man to do thut
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bcttlo of
CASTOUIA, a cafe and suro remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
In Uso For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher'a Castorla
"Did jou see Bernhardt In reper
tolre?" "Nope; faw her In New York."
Mr. Hoyle I admire n good liar!
Mre. Hoyle You egotist! Town
ug.y, grimy, (ray naira. us "LA
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TXrU JS TTV. , '
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Beauty but Health?
Ami the liusis of Her llcnlih unit
Vigttr Lies in the Carejul rtotf-
uUition of the llotvcls.
If woman's beauty depended upon
cosuu-tlcB, eve., woman would bn a
picture of loveliness, llut beauty lies
deeper than that. It lies in health. In
thu majority of cases the basis of
health, and tho cause of sickness can
be traced to tho action of the bowels
Thu headaches, the lassitude, thu
sallow Bkln nnd the ItiBtcrless eves are
usually duo to constipation So many
things that women do habitually con
duco to this trouble They do nut eat
I carefully, they nt Indigestible foods
j because tho foods nro served daintily
and they do not cxcrclso enough llut
, whatever the particular cause may bo
j It Is Important that thu condition
klionld be corrected
I An Ideal remedy for women, and ono
especially suited to their dellcato re
quirements, li Dr. Caldwoll'H Srup
l'epslu, which thousands of women en
dorse highly, among them Mrs. (' S
Vnnco, of fill S. Hay St, New Castle,
Pa. At times she hod spells of Indl
gestlon so severe that she thought she
would dlo. S)rup Pepsin regulated her
stomach and bowels, nnd sho attrib
utes her excellent health today to this
I All tho family can use Dr Caldwell's
Sjrup Pepsin, for thousands of moth
ers glvo it to babies nnd children It
Is also admirably suited to tho require
ments of elderly people. In fact to nil
who by reason of ago or Infirmity can
not stand harsh salts, cathartics, pills
. or purgatives. These should alwayB bo
are economical because they come in this big: family-size pack
age. They're always clean and fresh because the package is
triple sealed and air-tight. They're nourishing and digestible
because they are light, crisp and flaky. They're appetizing
because their delicious flavor and delicate toasty brown appeal
to the eye and taste.
IopSE-iLES BlSCUlT (pMPANY Bakers of Sunshine Biscuits
Marcella Perch al hliiBues every
tlmo ha opens his watch.
Wnvorly I'll bet there Is a woman
In the ease Youngstown Telegram
AHnaoot Ka, tlm AntlM-ptlepuwdrrfurTlrrd
'JenUi-r, awitllru, nrrroua f.-. t. Uivra rit ami
romlurt. UakrioaUlutailrllKbl. SoldrYfMxturi-,
Jte. II m t artnt "'V lubtttfulr. fur t UKIt lnu
l.le, wdrt i Allen 8. OiuiiUA J-oUoj, Y. id.
Its Conditions. I
"Do jou believe In lovo at sight?" I
"Yes, If jou can build on the site." j
Pain in Back and Rheumatism
are tho daily torment of thousands. To ef
fectually cure thiso troubles vou muit re-1
move tho cause holey Kidney 1'illj begin
to work for you from the first dote, nnd ex-'
crt so direct and beneficial an action in the
kidne)s and bladder that tho pain and tor
ment of kidney trouble soon disappears.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 48-1913.
CREOLE" HAIR DRESSING. PRICE,
MRS. C. S. VANCE
avoided, for nt best their effect Is only
for that dny, while n genuine remedy
llku Srup Pepsin nctn mildly but pur
mnncntly. It enn bn conveniently obtained at
any drug rtorc nt llfty cents or on
dollar n bottle. Results nro always
guaranteed or money will bn refunded.
You will find It gentle In action, pleas
ant In taste, and free from griping,
and Its tonic propertied have n distinct
value to womin it is tho most widely
used Inxatlvt tonic In America today
and thousands of fnmllles nro now nov
ur without It
FnmtlliH wishing to try n freo ram
pli bottle enn obtain It postpaid by
addressing Ur W II Caldwell, 203
Washington St Mmitlrillo, 111. A
postal card with jour name and aq
dreks on It will do
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