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CARING FOR BREEDING DUCKS.
If Not Kept..fr Production of Market
Egg* F6WI* Should Be Olven
f ' Grass Range,
Breeding dqcks, if not kept for the
pvoilunlton of market eggs, should Imve
grass range. If possible, after the
hatching sehfton Is over and be fed
spA'ringty bn h mash of 1 part, by
meal, 2 parts bran, 1
part 'Jfctv-grado wheat flour, 1 part
green feed, 8 per cent beef scrap and
8 per cent grit, given once or twice
(hilly, with‘rine feed of mixed grains;
or the mash may be made of 8 parts,
by measure, corn meal, 4 parts bran,
E parts low-grade wheat flour, three
fourths part beef sera)), and 2 parts
green feed, .with a small amount of
giit and shell or mineral mailer.
Feed Pekin ducks for eggs, begin- i
nlng about December 1, on 1 pound of j
corn meal, 1 pound of low-grade flour
I
Pekin Ducks About Seven Weeks Old
in Fattening Pen.
or middlings. I pound of bran, If, |kt |
cent of beef scrap, IS per rent of veg
etables or green feed, and some grit, i
feeding lids mash twice dally. In the
morning and at night; also giving 1
quart of mixed corn and wheat to ev- ]
ery 30 ducks at noon when they ro .
laying heavily. These laying rations
should he fed throughout the year Vo I
Indian Runners or to any breed of j
ducks kept prlnelilly for the produc- i
tjon of market eggs, poultry special
ists of the United States department I
of agriculture any. If the Indian Hun- |
tier ducks ore not laying, they should
be fed sparingly. All rations are by
weight unless otherwise staled. Thir- I
ty laying ducks (Pekin*) will eat about
10 quarts of moist mash at each meal. I
FEEDING FOWLS FOR PROFIT j
Early Hatched Chick Will Reach Lay- 1
Ing Maturity Before Commence- I
moot of Cold Season.
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The first rule for getting a good i
profit from poultry Is to get the chief- |
hatched early, and the next la to keep
them gnawing ao that they will reach ]
laying maturity before the cent men re- i
ment of cold weather. There Is no ]
profit In keeping a chicken Just alive,
whether It Is Intended for laying stock
or for the market. One reason why
more care should he exercised In feed
ing fowls Is lhal the chicks know |e*
about what Is good for them than do |
the fowl*. The Irt-allhy chick is a
hungry thing mid will cat what Is
given If; the digestive organs being
weak are less able to dispose of ob
jectionable feed than are those of old
er fowls.
Young chicks should he fed a Utile
at a time and often, poultry special
ists In United States department of
agriculture say. They should be fed
enrly In the morning and Just before i
going to bed at night, and not less
(Imp three Hines In tlm Inlervenlng
period. For the first two weeks (hey
may he fed three meals of soft feed
and two of hard, and after that oge
two of soft and three of hard, less
soft feed being fed ss they grow old
er. No more moistened soft feed
should be given at one time than (hey
will eat up clean.
OBJECTS IN CULLING FLOCK
Insures Feed for Beat Layers and
Saves Fowls Best Suited for
Breeding Purposes.
Culling of the flock senes two pur
poses; First, It Insures that (he feed ,
will be consumed by the better-produc
ing hens, thereby increasing the profit.
Second. It makes It possible to save ,
those host sailed for breeders, both on ]
account'of their belter production and |
on gehount of their superior strength j
and .vitality—qualities no essential to ,
layers If Ibey are to stand up tinder
the severe strain of heavy laying, j
Weeding ofit the poor hens gives those
left more room and a better chance.
ESSENTIAL FOR YARDED HENS
'• -
Charcoal, Grit and Oyster Shells
Should Be Kept Before FSwls
All the Time.
Where the chickens are kept In
small bare yards, fine charcoal, grit
and oyster shells ahoutd be kept be- !
fore thkm all of the time, and cracked
or ground bone may be fed. The bone
IS not necessary for chickens that
have a good range,
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DANriEii ‘Signals
Headache, colds, nausea, blues, mental de
pression—these are not only painful and
annoying, but they are danger signals.
A great majority of these passing illnesses
arc due to self-poisoning resulting from con
stipation. Unless you keep your system free
from decaying food waste, you start contin
uous poisoning inside. Ultimately Bright’s
disease, rheumatism, gout, diabetes, perni
cious anemia, and the like, may result.
Pill*, castor oil, laxative water* and salt* only ioroa
and irritate the bowel*, and make constipation a habit.
Nujol works on an entirely new principle.
Instead of forcing or ifritating the system, it simply ’
itftent the food wall-. Tide enables the many tiny
muscles in the walls ol the intestine*, contrasting ami ex*,
pending in their normal way, to squeeze the food Waste
along so that it passes naturally out of (he system.
Nujol thus prevents constipation because it helps
Nature maintain easy, thorough bowel evacuation at
regular intervals —the healthiest habit in the world.
Nujol is absolutely hsrmlets and plcsstnl tfl lake. Try it.
! Nurd is fill by all dri*t* in waled booty* only. heati.S
Nujol Trad* Mirk. Wtitc NtiidJ Laboratories, Standard
Oil fV I Not Jrrwy). HI Broadway. Naw Ywk. tor
booklet "Thirty beat at Dander' .
“\
* Tfnjutur ue } 1 r-> The Modem Method of
C Avgo’d/dy -d' -•. 7 tcaliny an (Md Complaint
:€ Nui ol
hi, "■ ■" 1
'll y-L. r. ffxi For Constipation
fjym
| Columbia jS|“|[ I
| Grafonolas >•
f Pre-War WISS |
■ Prices ’lf
5 v I
W
g I o make room-for large shipment coming in April, 5|
S 3 we have made this generous reduction, R
jj g
| This Sale During Entire Month of March |
fit
* Type A-2 was $32.50 Now $30,00 KB
#3 ** C-2 " 50.00 " 45.00 g
g “ D-2 “ 75.00 “ 60.00 g
S ”, E-2 ” 125.00 ” 85.00 S
S " F-2 " 140.00 ” 100.00 * g
S “ G-2 " 150.00 “ 125.00 g
g " H-2 “ 165.00 ** 140.00 fi
Sj - K-2 ” 225.00 “ 150.00 S
g " L-2 ” 275.00 “ 175.00 g
I I
Nace’s Music Stores B
y Hanover, Pa. g
Gettysburg, Pa. • Hampstead. Md.
aS3BBBBEBK&aSgSaBgES G
The Magic Brooder
m proof rlutmiM-r; rocker grnie; high- K
\ti ,|fe the birds, which insure! aiinc . OITI
Jjb **•>&,. faW*t'.rairfc<U!AllANTKK; Money buck lit Iff
P W* e.7.!'w t SKS” r nr. “X.;"" |
I Walter G. Lovell |
R. 5, Westminster, Md.
$ Phone 817-P3 S*
mmmi
§ No Specials Here— I
All our price it are the best, mu! quality and service cuii't b heut. ja
j 5 You ttro sure to nave money by dealing with us. fl
| Groceries, Notions, Slices and Rubber Footwear 5
4 Wc sell'tlic bent oil made for incubators nnd heaters, WIIITK jf
* OIU |J
K We are exclusive ugentN for ■
V Aladdin Lamp Supplies
; 4 NOW is a good time to fllsrt. jjj
S John T. Zahn & Son
221-223 C. Main St. Westminster, Md. 4
>J Mona 27-M. S
rAXhoKizt: ont ipvkhtiher.s.
-
ntU^mrSu^hior
iVas - j
ory (irove M lien Train Backed Sod
den I/.
He rods on the cowcatcher of West- ■
Mary fa d train No. 47 Monday be
i i .;. he wanted to see the scenery. ,
v, lut difference did It make to him il |
uie train crew objected? When the;
! ,Hd to chase Mm off 1m drew a lost- !
i .1 knife, with which he nonohai
plck d Uia teeth. VVheo the
! r ij cman tried to throw him off h
, yfully iialnted the Wade at the
hrakemun’s midriff end dared him to |
‘ People are no fu.isy,” he said For
Instance, whin he stirttd to
lit ; train at Mount Wilson by Bitting
town !n the middle of the track, as
the car; came In sight, the station
an,ter su tested It would be mare
<■ intentional If he wailed on *h plat*
f ,m Not only that, tho station toast
•r henb d him onto the plalt-tc n by
the scruff of M'> neck
Then, to make matters worn, they
wouldn’t let him ride on tho cow
catcher when ho wanted to see th"
scenery. They even tried to "rtrah"
him while the women peeset'"-* Utolc
d from the windows In fear But lid
eluded them. He threw a stone at >he
hrekeman and began picking his teeth
f h tho wick4-lonktn knife. Thn
a.i the train started, ho hoppel Into
the baggage ear- . .
The train crew let him ride In hope
the Owing* Mills poll c force would
he In the station when the train got
In and they would let htm arrest their
unusual passenger. But the police
force wasn't thwe. As for the unusual
passenger, be pointed the knife at the
third button of the hrakvmea’v coat
and defttfd him Then when tho train
stoned he hopped llgh'ly opto the pi
lot In which position he enjoyed Un
scenery for flee miles up lit® line tp
niyndon.
Here the conductor proved His re
; sonreofnines*. After the train had
discharged it* passengers hs slgnsled
it ta move backward instead l for
ward aad humped him off the cow
, catcher onto the track and lout hi*
ride as the train went on
Itepnhllcsu Toiltlran Murder ( use on
Trial,
Ardmore, Okla, March U Mr*,
.lake L Mamon today ImtlAci e* the
com lading witness for the Slate In
the . use of Clara Smith Hanton,
charged with the mnrder of Jske I.
tlamon, former Republican National
(kimmlUeeinan from Oklahoma Near
ly a score of wltn*ae tor the de
fense wrre examined, and it wan in
iiuunced the defendant herself would
i.ihs th* stand tomorrow
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SOUR STOMACH
INDIGESTION
TWlord’g BUck-Dranght KifU,
Recommended by a Tennessee
Grocer for Trouble* Re
ml ling from Torpid
Liter.
Bast Nashville. Teno— The effto
leacy of Thedford’l Black Draught, the
genuine, herb, liver medicine. It
vouched.lor by Mr. W. N. Perrons, ■
grocer of tble elly. “It Is without
doubt th* beet liver medicine, end I
don’t belter* I could get along without
ilt t take It for aonr stomach, bead
ache, had tlvor, Indigestion, and all
other Ironies that am the result ol
a torpid liver.
“I ban known and used It for yearn
aad can and do highly recommend It
to every one. I won’t go to bed with
out It In the house. It will do all II
, claims to do. I can l say enough foi
j If
Many other men and women through
out the country barn found Black
Draught just as Hr Paraon* describes
■—valuable in regulating the liver to
Its normal functions, and In Cleansing
Ibe bowels of impurities.
Thi dford's Black Draught liver medl
clno to the original and only genuine,
Accept no Imitations or substitute*
Always ask for Thodford’s. e. ■
Bark Wanted
I AT
Tannery Station
<
W.< will pay Fourteen Dollars per
■ton (114.051 of *OOO pounds for Print*
Chestnut O.i/ Uark, and Right Dol
lars 1 1 i.Otij per ton of 2000 pounds
| for Prime Black Oak Hark, of thin
year's peeling, delivered in good or
der end condition ar.tho CARROW.
TAuN’N'KRV. before fho first day ol
July. mi.
We will not buy and Span OaV
Bark this season.
i: upland, Malt on A (a, Inc.,
CARROLL TANNKHV,
Carroll County, Mar} land.
Tanner) Station on llte W, M. K*j.
feb 23-9tu
| ■ r i * , '-‘r —♦*•>•’•**’ —r—-- —■
Notice, Custom Notching I
(Why worry with cloohs when yot
can have 150 egg* hatched for 13.00
] Capacity of Incubator. 10,1100 eggs.
’ ; Heady'now. Bring yonr eggs.
’ HARRY i\ IVA 11*1511.
** jaft2i-2m, JfAhrhesler, Md
j Its Appeal Orows! j^ 1
Many people start to use
InstantPostum
temporarily in place of coffee or
tea for health reasons. But they
soon learn to love its rich flavor
and its pure, wholesome qualities
are so apparent that they adopt
Postum as their regular meal
time beverage.
"There's a Reason ”
Sold
by grocers pefflMFß •
everywhere i KSsISRb
1 ; Instant ®;
Made by i Q| POSTUM';
Postum Cereal Co., Inc., ■ I
Battle Creek,Mich. A } p• i
fostum Carnal' Comps"* J
ji limt C* # \ %
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f A BANKING INSTITUTION |
| FOR THE PEOPLE I
Visitors visiting thl Institution have often remarked u to
; Hie number of accounts we bate In our Savin* Department
*' We take fW* ae evident that tbl* Inatltatton U popular
f) wt'h the people. •
I iVe pay 4 p er ce*. on Saving Accounts . |
and fnewl i oampeonded semi-annually.
g IVe Pay 4 Per Cent, on Certificates of Deposit.
( i) k active or rnKrui'sy Accormi wu pat • pkr (g
CEUt. ok OAII.T PAl.Akl i.M Ok SI MS OVF.K KOOJW, AMD ®
ft INTEREST AH ( ItHHiVU EVERT MONTH. (g
0 Win be clad to have you call amt discus. the queettdo of aav- (♦.
fa Inc with you and w|K nwireciate your account whether large or
V) **•" ( I
| WESTMINSTER SEPOSIT k TRUST COMPANY |
(apHai. IISMMM orpine A Tndltided Pretta, HAMM. %
Monuments and Headstones
I See Joseph L. Mathias
300 In Stock To Select From.
Buy where you can aee the goods.
Place your order now. Price* are right.
All stones delivered by auto truck.
Joseph L. Mathias, O E J!*," S?*,, Westminster, Kd.
Phone 127.
. ..in .Jig! ,!'!■ i>!arjßi"'* — 1 —louj.l
j aaaaoaaaaa
j Hello, Look Herel
DAII you farmers come in and look my goods over
and get my price* on spring goods before you buy
D elsewhere, as it will be a big help to your crops and to
your pocket book to get
Rasin's Monnmenlal Fertilizer ; 1
j from John H. Smelser
L Agent at Westminster, in Montour Boose.
i** WnmnW W**W I**W W** S**MF
lES3I iC3I ifcSdl ImnaM Mham Ammdl JBh*M Jbsndi fcmdl
11 11 1
PAVHOkIEE ni ADVERTISERS.
Protection
JorDaityHerds
Dairymen find it good bad
ness to house and feed their
atoek watt It costs more,
but it pays. It also costs a
little more to carry
HARTFORD
Live Stock Mortality
INSURANCE
but it protects you from alt
money loss through the
death, from any cause what
ever, of either single animals
or your v/hote herd. At a
business proposition you
cannot afford to be without
this protection.
STONER & HOBBY
Insurance Plus Service
Westminster, IM L
BICYCLES.
Now mill second-hand Wheels, Bicy
cle. Cun and Crapllophone Repairing
a speciality.
F. A. LOI’GE, Fairground Hill, ■
oct 13 C. & P. Phono 6w.
Wanted S
A TOISO MAN FOB GENERAL
FARM WORK
C. w, CONAWAY,
Telephone BXI-F 5. l-7-3m*.
JAMES M. STONER
WBBTMINBTBR, IID.
Funeral Director
and Embalmer
Quality. Economy *Jd Serriee.
DAT OB RIGHT
deserves consideration.
Automobile Funeral* a Specialty.
Touring car frac wilt each fanerai
1 Penn ay Ivanla A vena a.
I on 1.4 tU as town Pika.
C A P. Teiaphona Na 2*l.
DR. E. C. ROYER
Chiropractor
Tuesdays and Saturdays
Hours: 1012 a. m. 1-4 p. m.
14 Bond St. Westminster, Md
Phone 164-M. P 10
dr. J. FRED. WAESCHE
DENTIST
Arcade Building. SYKESVILLC, MD
i yyASTED.
A email farm of 15 or 20 acres in
Carroll county. Buildings must be I
fair. t
GEORGE WEBER,
1401 W. Lafayette are,
|aug 13 Baltimore, Mr.
DR. fiEO. E. BAlifißlAN,
SURORON DENTIST
AU, HMANCMBS OP MBCMANICAL DEN
TISTRV A M’UCIAUV.
COOWN AND ’ItOtOOB WORK.
PAINI.RSS BXTRACTINti
OOU) AND BNAMBI. FI LUNGS.
AU, WORK OVARANTBBD.
Office 114 E. Mala St., Opposite Union
National Bank.
spr3 Ivr WESTMINSTER. MD
WE PAY FOR
DEAD ANIMALS
and Remove promptly.
"ALWAYS ON THE JOB,"
"UEIDY”
I Phone No. 2U,
WTJBTMIXSTBB. MD.
Dr. £. H. G&rey
Manchester. Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
DENTIST
Westminster, formerly Dr.
Herr'S. Ofilce, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
Phone MANCHESTER.
B j Hamp.47.Fs MO.
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