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KWLmY * APIA1Y ■ËB Ü fi To ,411 riaté Mie Na of Map. AU kind« of questions ere mim Mmes asked ne about «bat to do In eaae of stings from bees and other iaaecta. The first thing I do Is to suck the wotfod veil to remove as mach of the poison as possible. This, t|lth me, is generally alt that Is nec essary. To keep the place well cov ered with salira for some time seems to give relief. Honey spread orer the sore place has a slmtllar effect, and Is one of the most ready applications, as It can generally always be easily gotten, especially working the bee». In serere cases the wound should he washed well with warm water, then bathed In alcohol; then bind a folded linen wet with alcohol ! or vinegar orer the wound, changing the application erery ten minutes un til the pain subsides. A slice of fruit -apple, peach, or tomato— bound lightly on the wound will help In many cases. This Is most practl cal If the apiary la located in an orch ard with ripe fruit. Many other rem edles have been suggested but not tried by us In our apiaries. Where there is any tendency to blight we should cut all twigs and fruit »>> urs from the trunk and main hmneh-s to prevent the entrance ih'r; ( f the blight. In heading back old apple or pear j « trees we always, when possible, cut to a crotch or where smaller limbs large, prevent, as much as possible, the sprouting which usually follows severe cutting, also in case any limbs grow down in the way or la any direction where they are not wanted, we always leave the flr ? pad back of the cut In the direction we want the branch to grow. Any question or especial prob lem In this work will he cheerfully answered. CHA8. PARSONS. A Liquo r! e— Town. Governor Carter, of Hawaii, la re l rted. in a recent Issue of the Ad v -rt Her, as making the following In teresting statement of his experi ences while in the United States: "1 have seen since I went away, a town where no liquor ia permitted to be sold, and I have seen that it isal moat an earthly paradise. That t iwn Is Pasadena. Calif., and it is the Mecca of the millionaires of the coun try.. They allow no liquors to be »Id there, and the people are proud * of It. The cleanness of the town and Its wholesomeness are a reelation They can never tell me again that the tourist and the traveler want places' w here they can get their drink. They do not. 1 S. C. White Leghorns, from extra laying strain. Prize Winners. Big stock of Cockerels $2.00 each. Blue Andalusians, Prize Winners. Extra fine birds $2.00 each. A heavy laying strain. The largest Belgian Hares in existence. Prize Winners. Pair, not related, from $2.50 to $5.00 Otto Geise ElhtKSK,.* ttttttM tfttttl 11 f tTt I 'J 1 *** 11 > * * éê l 1 1 1 > *4M I »♦ ♦♦ Ml >♦♦♦♦♦♦<■! ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »♦< I I I I i i. | i J THIS IS THE I > OLD TRUSTY i INCUBATOR t m m.' " i > 1007 MODEL More sold in 1806 than any other Incubator made. Sold oa a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. SIXTY DAYS FREE TRIAL and longer if you wish. Our guarantee says the machine must do the work. We know It will. Send us the names of your friends who are interested In poultry. Send today for tree trial offer and low introductory price. Large free catalogue containing 250 illustrations. Send today. Ask about the guarantee. <• «• Hot water in cubator cop per tank, double walls, automatic regulator. Top of ma chine can be used to turn eggs on. Regulators out of way on inside of incubators. " " This Incubator, 120-egg capacity, $13.20. •• Incubators shipped from our warehouse in Portland the same day order is re ceived. 1000 Incubators in stock. FREIGHT PREPAID. McClanahan & Co. Eugene, Oregon • "Redlands, another town where no liquor is sold, is clean, healthful and thriving. And here I was astonished to see that even hackmen took pride In the fact that It was a dry town, and were interested in the success of the temperance cause. These things have been borne In upon me very strongly. Fresh Neats Beef Muttoa SMOKED MEATS Ham Prok Sausage Stephens, Robertson ft Ward, Wholesale ft Retail DEALERS Appreciate your trade and as sure you prompt service and courteous treatment. Wagon to all parts of the City. Bacon IDAHO MEAT CO. Bell Phone 84 Ind. Phone 40 PARMA POULTRY YARDS THOROUGHBRED POULTRY ■ Buff Plymouth Rocks Black Minorcas EGGS, $1.50 per Setting of 15 C. L. PARK, Proprietor PARMA, IDAHO 5C WHITE LEGHORN EGGS 5c to 100 lots; 50 for 3.50 f 75 per cent fertility guaranteed, de« find prom ply We rear over 3000 yearly. COOPER A CLAY 1300 laying hens. Send for catalog.giving full laying and show record. 1422 N. Chestnut St., Colorado Springs, Colo. BEE HIVES We are fully equipped for the quantities, work; and, manufacture of bee hives in large We want to keep our machines going on this class of as it is somewhat earlier than orders for this line are usually placed, we are prepared to quote ■ Specially Low Prices as an Inducement to you to give us your orders NOW and enable us *f P °^ r mac k ines going on orders. You may specify delivery at any Ume to suit yourself. What we want is to GET THE BUSINESS NOW and it will pay you to Place Your order now prices or estimates on request, as to what you will need, it will pay you to secure our * We will cheerfully furnish If you are in doubt Prices anyhow. Independent. Lumber and CA J«®rf«âuring Co.. Ltd. BEE hives BEE SUPPLIES IDAHO.