OCR Interpretation


Belt Valley times. [volume] (Armington, Mont.) 1894-1977, August 13, 1925, Image 7

Image and text provided by Montana Historical Society; Helena, MT

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83025296/1925-08-13/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for Page Seven

OUR COMIC SECTION
MM
T
0
Vacation Souvenir Cards Arrive
I
I
%
c*
fl
ffj
V
**•
«
U-
Vf
Ï
Yi
r i,
V
J
■"W
Si
Kl
&
4
afp
y
î
•è>J
: VA
■*'v
8W
li&i
«*>
KtP- .
Cl
(CwrHtu. w. a, n.)
Drumming Up Butines»
THE FEATHERHEADS
\[ LOOKS 45 If CONRAD AMD FLOSSIE |
/ WERE GETTING VVEEf 0« EACH OTHER -
I I'LL HAVE 10 SEE If HE COULD
l\ SUPPORT HER IF WE SHOULD POP
Té(E (QUESTION
UNDERTAKING f " IT WAS FAIR THIS
RIST WINTER, BUT NOTHING LIKE
WHAT WE HOPE IT WILL BE NEXT
WINTER " t -—
WHAT
BUSINESS
ARE '(OU
•N- p
CONNY r.
Æ
I
#
s
<0*
/
1
ill
-,
1
lüsii
r
'■* YE5, I TOOK A CORRESPONDENCE COURSÊN .
(NIT AND Then WENT IN BUSINESS WITH MY \
EÂD - NO , i JU5T QEJ THE JOBS .our
FUTURE LOOKS WRY BRIGHT -YOU SEE Wf /
I STAND IN WITH ALL THE DRUG STORES /
AND DOCTORS r—-— 7
MOW TOR INSTANCE, WE COULD
Give you a special rate if
YOU SION UP NOW_'
7
7
/
fl
1
=
t
:
LU
UN
T

Not So Altruistic
MCKÆ, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL
WWN OOMCMAEnWGR
(SOWHCMNOvkg <
r
wooMiua, on, toonpr
VA4KRK NOÙNC
«

<aou40t*
I
h)
neusE m/e,
AU9YEFL-IM
HUfUtMikt* YO
Stof A Ç
V» '
• - *
■W]
eee, *tw*r et« tao
eOMtM* THIS WAS* HE*
OM HI» WAS **> 0EAT
O* A W O ..
N, i
AU« MOU ARB RUMUNJOf
*t> tolMUl YMR WD®- C
pgerrpje virruA. wmoJ
-- \ IG
l to.
'T
•* *'
j
V'WVi'
- «
mm
mm
placing incubator
EGGS ON THE MARKET
(By T. E. QUI8EKBERRT)
Some farmers and poultry raisers
make a practice of putting eggs on the
market which they bave had in an in
cubator for a few days and found the
eg*« to be infertile. This Is s bad
practice and should never be done by
sny honest farmer or poultry raiser.
Tou may make good Use of such eggs
by consuming them at home. They
win do to fry, for baking and for cer
tain kinds of cooking, but they are ab
solutely unfit for the market. Such
egg», while good for home consumption
are absolutely unfit lV>r shipping. The
yolks will break, the eggs will rot be
fore they can reach the consumer, and
it Is a dishonest practice to offer such
eggs for sale as freah-lald eggs, and
you lower the price on all eggs by to
doing. Consume such eggs at home.
We have seen severe market losses
due to a habit of sending infertile In
cubator eggs loto commerce. This has
been especially noticeable In the large
bouses making a specialty of break
ing out eggs where they found It ab
solutely necessary to candle even In
March and early April because farm
ers and poultry raisers were marketing
Infertile
eggs
fresh eggs, and the incubator eggs
came ln In such ,bad condition and
were so numerous that they had to be
culled out before It waa safe for the
breakers to handle the eggs. At that
time of the year there is no other rea
son for candling. You can see whgt a
loss this means to any denier, and In
stead of reducing the army of candlers
which are now required this practice
makes a demand for even a greater
number.
Another very serious evil due to the
marketing of Infertile eggs from an
Incubator or from underneath a hen
Is their admixture with storage stock.
These Incubator eggs usually go on the
market at the season when eggs are
being stored without being candled.
We know it to lie a fact that Infertile
Incubator eggs break down during
transportation and handling and easily
become "white rots."
Infertile Incubator eggs can be used
for bakers' purposes In the home, but
under no circumstances should they
ever be offered for sale or for ship
ment.
Another Important reason why such
eggs should not he marketed as freab
eggs Is the fact that they are liable to
be seized by food Inspectors as being
{pUbraoded. Such eggs play navoc
with the storage stock, and we are lo
hope« that no farmer or poultry ralssr
will be guilty of auch a dishonest prac
tice ; 4..•••
Trap Accurate
Test of Hen's Ability
The trap nest Is the most accurate
test of a hen's ability to lay eggs, hut
It Is not practicable for those who live
on farms, with all the other work they
must do. Therefore, poultry s|>eclallsta
I have been studying the general char
acteristics of laying hens, so that we
might have a set of almost exact rules
for telling the layers from the loafers.
It has been proven over and over that
these rules work correctly and no farm
woman need longer feed liena that will
not pay for their feed bill and give a
profit. We roust also remember that
these laxy hens, which have been loaf
ing all summer, fall and winter, will
tie laying their few eggs next spring
at batching time, and If their eggs are
seL we will have another flock of
I loafers.
The hens that begin to molt In July
should be sent to market. There is one
exception to this, the ben that has
hatched and brooded a flock of chicks,
for she will usually go through a par
tial molt before abe begins laying
again. August 16 and September 15
Is the best time to cull, but It will pay
to go pver your flock from time to
time through the summer and cull out.
Hell thosç that have stopped faying.
There are usually a number of hens in
every flock whose general appearance
Indicates they have low vitality, little
vigor and will never be profitable egg
producers. A great percentage of these
low vitality birds are late hatched pul
lets of the previous season.
♦ »♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Poultry Hints
Carrots, cabbage and sprouted oata
help make strong chicks.
«
Good hatches are obtained only when
the laying stuck has been selected for
vigor and made to exercise.^
*
Fresh eggs are the best tor hatching
purposes. If It is regarded necessary
to keep hatching eggs they should be
stored in a temperature of 80 degrees
or lower.
a a a
Coll all undeveloped pullets and old
hens from the flock.
a a
Early hatched pullet* will molt early
in Che f&n ahd be ready for laying next
winter at a season when eg* produc
tion to low and prices high.
« a a
It bea been shown that young chicks
are moat enaceptiMc to Infestation of
roundworms until shoot 12 weeks of
WMh ævere infestation desfh
y occur in two weeks. In mild In
age.
I
fetoattoM ekick« live, bat growth to
Six Million Pont
To keep its patrons supplied with
writing Implements fur next year the
Post-Office department will furnish fl,
186,000 pen points for distribution to
the nation's 52,000 stations, says Popu
lar Mechanics Magasine. The public
will also be provided with 480.000
holders to accommodate the great
volume of nibs. The pens are almost
every style so that a point may be
found on the post office desks to suit
practically any writer. Fortke same
period of (line ar least 900.000 quarts
of writing fluid will be required to
keep the Inkwells filled and 600,000
large sheets of blotting paper wiU be'
used up.
Just say 'td-ybui' grocePTied'Cross
Ball : Blp* when buying bluing, tym,
will be more than repaid by the re
sults; Once tiled always used.—Ad
vertisement.
4
IjVPJ
Vampire»
Practically all women—at least prac
tically all thoee with whom I have had
the hilsffdrttfne to conte Info contact!—,
are at heart vampires. Their demands
on the egos of iheir lovers are bipod
demands. Insatiate and Insatiable. To
maintain, as a writer In this magasin*
recently maintained, that women, age
men's playthings. Is the Illusion of a
bachelor. But the converse, that the
lover la the plaything of his Isdy, to
utterly true.r-(lllhert Kraukau, , In
HeaNt's lutematiouaM'osmopolltan.
• Cutleara fer ton Hands.
Soak banda on retiring in the hot and*
of Cuti cura Soap, dry and rah la Oo
tlcnra Ointment. Remove surplus
Ointment with, tissue paper. This to
only one of the things Codeurs wUi do
if Soap, Ointment and Talcum aw used
for all toilet purpose«.—Advart to emsn t .
, In thm Rig hi Place •
The loquacious stranger paused M
he walked down the village street.
He looked to the right and he looked
to the left, ami then he sighed as though
his esthetic sense was completely sat
isfied. One of the natives drew near,
and the stranger accosted him.
ty village you have here,''he remarked,
pleasantly.
"Yep," he agreed, finally,
else would you have HT**
■Fret
The native considered.
Where
F aw Road» Carry Traffic
I A very large portion of the highway
traffic of the country Is carried by a
rather small percentage of the roads.
A detailed traffic survey made in
Maine by the bureau of public mads
shows that the primary system of the
state, consisting of only 7 per cent
of the total mileage, carries 58 per
cent of the traffic in the state.
Sure Relief.
FOR INDIGESTION
II
rS pTTB CLLAM s
Hot water
3 ( Sum Reliar
ELL-ANS
21HAN0 734 PACKAGES EVERYWHERE
Tough Luck
Walter—Why do you weep, air?
Diner—This steak reminds me of
the Mack sheep in our family.
Stubbornness or Inertia can both
do a man a lot of damage.
Low-cost Tninsportation
Star
Cars
7:.ml
PRICE
EFFECTIVE AUGUST I, 1*38
Commercial Chassis $425
Roadster $525
Touring
Coupster 595
Coupe $675
525 Coach 695
Sedan
(
.T
F. O. B. Laaaiag, MlcUfas.
'
s
DURANT MOTORS, INC.
250 WEST 57Ui ST., NEW YORK
Gasartl Sales Departnaeat, 1*19 Broadway, Naw Yarik
PLANTS AT»
E lisa balk. N. J., Laaaiag, Mick, Oakland, Calif., Ta r an t e, Can.
<9
V
MORE POWER
*
«• î r;»n
RÎ7*
•r"
\
if* u<
t
.,»« •
•i.]
hi
9 RMlftman *11 over
Hi tfa* world buy Cham.
for Ford Con,
Tracks and Fordson
1,1
Tractor*» a* a matter
v of courte
: r!
.V
V
fM
«St
.
«V
Weiller aWeiller,
l/VfSTOCM COMM/SSKM
SO. ST. PAUL—MINNESOTA
L dt A
Ora own bIliumm«
(« or mar« on mata
do y
and «*»« to
naw, Im prorad
P Û. BOX «11
tartal bj
mat had. particular« 1« caata
I. SAN FRANCISCO, CLUV
Tha M«S««| Taheeaa Ftsa ta ap ro » « mm ta
It jr*«r«, TTl« Split -Stam-FtS« 1» un» of Ik#
moat unique Invanttona of tha W< thauraa a
haalthr and oomfortafcl. amok«- Ra« am
mandad by phyalclana. No raora plpa otaaaan
SSroJSyfer <nÄ sr&
park Row, Naw York CUf
Sataa Company. 1«
ISS« sautas Daa a t l fal ImiRMaa Pf atSBd
Ha«, ani
aampla pin
n ant'a propoaltlan. Lu» Baohansa. ItS-IM
4 Jelca sTTDapt IN. Saa Praneiaao. CaL
W. N. U., BILLING», NO. 38-t«».
Feminin « PHUoeophy
Mrs, Brown and Mrs, Smith wer«
talking over their plans for the sum
mer. "So you think yon will go back
to tbs same summer resort you bsv<
been going to all these years?" asked
Mrs. Brown. Her friend hitched hoi
chair closer. "Ob yes," said she. "As
I often tell my husband. It's like tkia
When all is said and dons. I really
think that old friends told new scan
dals give one the most satisfaction."
t

xml | txt