Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 266, Ed. 1 Friday, August 23, 1918 Page: 4 of 6
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BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 3 1918.
THE BR0WNW0OD BULLETIN
MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS.
Memoer Associated Press
of any great Importance are involv-
ed it Is important that this duty he
In this district there is only' one
contest of more than ordinary inter-
est hut this contest is .very import-
ant and demands the attention of all
Democratic voters. In the first' pri-
mary there was no majority in-the
contest for representative from this
district to the State Legislature' and
it has been necessary for J. T. Ham
ilton and J. C. Allcorn to enter the
Any erroneous reflection upon the'run-ofT primary. The bulletin f 'lias
Office of Publication Bulletin Build
Jug corner Brown and Lee Streets
Entered at the Postoffice at Brown-
odJTexas. as second class matter
Editorial Office 22
character standing or reputation of
any person firm or corporation which
may appear in the columns of The
Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected
upon its being brought to the attention
of the Dublishers.
The Associated rrass is exclusively
entitled to the use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credited in this paper
and also the local news published
always claimed that too little atten-
tion is paid ta the selection of! 'the
The Deadly German Lie
(By Harvey 0. Higgins Associate
Chairman Committee on Public In-
formation.) Tho Germans have invented two
amazing new weapons in this war.
One is official rrigiitfulnoss on tho
field of battle. The other is organi7.ed
lying in the field Of propaganda.
There is circulating in Xew York
City the story that "1100 deserters
are imprisoned in a stockade at Camp
Camp Merritt is not a permanent
representative from this district f and 1 "'""P- Tll soldiers leaving from
that tho people do not fully realize' tho 1)ort of Ncu' Vork Pas through it;
the importance of this office noi to the mmel" r 7rm !l month."
more than the usual interest 'is taken I Many of'thcnYS.lrnngers in Ncw ?ork-
in . U l lb MlKU1 J overstayed their passes - and were
a the present contest the winner J oharg(I wih M vnt without
win luccive only a very small portion ; ienve. These men were punished by
of the votes of the district and thos- j heing imprisoned in a camp stockade
votes AViU be construed as Instructive' They were not deserters and were not
by the incumbent of (he office. .Be- charged with desertion Tho Com
Xet the women remember that
are again permitted to vote in
second primary" without further
istratkm or other formalities.
jthoir last opportunity for this yed
next and shoul
Will baconie contributors
tbe'dequth stricken area is no iimall
task.; Jv." fmV;.;yioi!sand dollars (will
not suffice. .Half -of "Texas us inj-lud-
ed in tliq drpuatnren and one-fourth
THOSE TELEPHONE JUTES.
Citizens of Ballinger. .whose tele-
phone service is supplied by the West
Texas Telephone company a few days
ago held an "indignation meeting" at
which a protest was made against
tho advanced rates which will go into
effect at all local exchanges of tin
West Texas company on September I.
The Ballinger citizens adopted a res
olution containing the provision that
in view- of the drouth conditions and
resulting "hard times" in this section
of the state "we hereby protest
against such an increase rind refuse
to pay it and hereby order the West
Texas Telephone Company to discoiir
tinue our phones on September firsts
providing such rate is put into ef-
fect" The concluding paragraph of the
resolution reads: "In adopting - this
resolution we do so with the distinct
understanding! that same ' shall not'
be binding and shall become null and
void unless eighty per cent of the
telephone subscribers' of Ballinger
The action of Uic Ballinger citi-
zens is in effect an attempt at a gen-
eral boycott and is therefore to be
frowned "upon for that reason if for
no other. As a. matter of fact the
Bulletin believes that citizens are
wasting their time when thev meet.
to denounce the incnased telephone
rates and that nothing good wiil-j
come from the agitation for the in-
tervention. of municipal authorities in
. .. j fv4cmit of their: first big gnss
le.xus xeiepnone company i e Otythe Icr CQmi&
. "v - oing the fiold is C3ktlnMve
lursor uu8U.s'oa 01 tne-siuiation prodm&s sufffeieni gas to
iuu. bui pruuamy. rase me matter na.j Browijwood
cause the nnlletm fnw.ro- inv-. Ijia tnandinir General nt Holmkeii rpnnrfs:
- tlO lii W t -J " . - " -
form it has . endorsed the candfiiary I "i?ol(liers ftot be controlled in tho
of .Mr. Hamilton and ur.es: that he! Vicinity of Vtw York CUy "nless th'0ro
bo givan a real majority" vote -in to- 8 -S0T Ta-S of rcsil"l5li"S "l3P
without I avc.'r At no . time were
fheyjtherc' 1 KMf under restraint.
thOj Reports from various .parts of. the
reg-country-indicate that. Gorman propa-
lt is; gandists are engaged in ningnliying
j. or '.the chances of death which our soIt
tilers face in France.
tistics of the Department of Labor
from 1912 to HUG gave the accident
rate in shipyards as 22 per thousand
men. The accident rate in the Hog
Island shipyards Tor the. month of
May was 6' per thousand men. More-
over the government has established
a health department in connection
with the ship building to see that the
men are well housed have adequate
medical attention and are protected
from unhealthful conditions just as
the soldiers are protected. As a con-
seyuence of these measures the work-
ers in our shipyards are probably bet-
ter protected from accident and dis-
ease than any other body of workmen
in America. '
Auburn N. Y. - has been excited
over a German rumor that the :i:l
draft men who went to Camp Dix on
July .'JO "wore subjected to an ex-
periment witli a pew kind." of serum
and five were dead the day after ar-
rival." The editor of the Auburn Cit-
izen investigated the report and found
it wholly baseless. The commanding I
unusually thick ritistiire mid tho crow
ing stalks are not so coarse. To the f
poultryman who has been buying
mash and scratch grains at four and
five dollars for 100 pounds it cer-
tainly is a welcome -sight to see a
flock of young goslings making meat
from a patch of ten to fifteen inch
growing rye or oats at the rate of a
pound each . week.
Geese simply must have access to
plenty of fresh water both day anil
nighL They will emerge from the
roosting coops a number of times in
the night for a drink and we have
Among American rorccs
Training in England
seen them come out in a heavy rain-
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY IN
ENGLAND Aug. 23. American offi-
cers stationed temporarily in England
must make tho most of their sight-
seeing trips beyond the lines of their
camps on foot.
. The temptation of officers and men
to visit historic and interesting places
near the camps is great but the scar-
offfeer wired: "One man indisposed
in hospital.' Another man sick first
storm to drink at their fountains. A
small automatic waterer or stock
fountain the sort that is at-.
tached to barrels or tanks is ideal for
furnishing a steady supply of clean
water to geese. These should be sot
iu the shade to kep the water as cool
as possible. Shade is also a necessity
for both young and old geese during
Beginning a the age of -five to six
weeks when the goslings start to
feather out we find a little extra
feeding pays well. The best and
cheapest .feed for this purpose is
t soaked. oatSi- Wo soak the oats every
.night in twenty-quart pails and feed
.thent early the next morning in wood-
j -ity of motor equipment and the re
strictions regarding railway travel
make short jaunts impossible. Amer-
ican soldiers of the provost guard are
at'.every railway station where ther
is a camp with instructions to ask
every soldier whether he be cormMls-
sioned or not If he has' the neewsary
permission to travel.
Full Ileal per caa 11c more eating
for less money Looney's.
Finest raclons of aeason at Looaey's
GASOLINE AND LUBRICAT-
ING OILS CASINGS
SERVICE THAT PLEASES
J. L. MORGAN
!rinl rnlni'iinil lit Infi
. v.ni ..in . l. rr...
Others all veli;- John Bro.. "th -Ipan uby (e of kC( oats
first man who died telegra.phel . to ; f Jess thal linmcs A son
rotative "I am not dead but-alive a thp R08nga hr(l fflaflien!ll out wo
aim well. I ... ... .- ". .... .....
rf'trm thfv-nnt.fi iml let thnm nirl- their
It is said for Ihe report . of the deaths of these iW... .-. 1.f.:. '... .
' I . . - - I . i.MMIIh LIU m.0 UU1U1U IIIUY till'
- - ' : . : ! "".'f c6' h thfG arSQ 1 fC f an J"0'1 rlS Ven lT mn ready for market when we give corn
. J IIUUIUI ilt "mi" JlKlll 1& BUCII'IJ' .11 ilM JilJU Ulilt IIIC'II I villi 1 - 4 ..1.1.4.
to the . relief ; .1 .. .. .'it night.
stricken scctionk of nnrnB frnm :ihn .. nu. Li vnJn!MnnMm a nr Ue do not ck our -vounp: ces0
al nf- a enrrreinnn i A ; .i i i 1 ... n(r any of those that are to be used
a sji u.curispoJl- ish- nrniies slinu- flint thf nvnrasn i tlwiv ffimr!iilp e:irrtoI rnf mill "know ... - .
of the drouth
Texas is the propps
uvwi in uitj. aiius acws. TJie lUpa is length of service of a
uii riiyu - niOVlUCIl nl)011t-twn.thirili ntnr" at flio fivnit i ntniit. -flfrM itrti-v i-:ia ni rfnl;llt r.lilofK- nmnnir . . -
nf.-iUAnt:: ..' 'r:x- .r; v.." .: r "w; ?ivon to increnwug
iiHiiuuitciia.ui iiiu i iiiiuii rMHLi iimiiiiir-. .11111 iiiiu nun ui- uitiau iiiuii'iuu iui uikiiuis jii mi-Diuii. tt ia
n ... . .f ...; l ..a... r .. . i. ! i .7'' . r' : . i .. .1 : .i : . i t . . . . i. ......
lvClt(fVing niuiuiiinii iui&iiiui nuj.t;riui - i i ti v nisi.iuiiict.Mi ii iny iiunni
action or Uie newspaper.
"pursuit avi- f positively that they had died"
about three stdry was circuhttcd chiefly
of the 6puifitibn-of T?xas is dh
aTfec(on by tpo tlrouth.
rv. relief . wonurbe as filisb
j economic standpoint as cruel
i humanitarian stantliioint
Hundrads of thojusonds of arrbtj ar
idle and. will remain until their Own
ers ard given help in buying scejl. 'ami
in mtilntaiiring their families While
the geftl are beinp bronght to. the har-
vpst tune. The ..government hiii1u
iuniiedfnlely place If s O. K. oii th.
tlroatjij relief vmiciiert' of- the jvext-
eru . portion of " Texas and tell tb
fqrjm; of this- section to "Co Alieait
rue sain is hacking you.
at ion and loss of nerve. Amoug.-p.br'
jjeralion a.xialors and ttombers ..allol
percentage of "wnstago" is .'nuit-h
jjoits: "The probability of TTitintcV
rui't d servire for ait aviator is :alVdUt
To adopt a 9y days but it must be remembered
only that less than " ner cent of the w8t-
age is due to deaths."
5 .Since Secretary Baker's visit to
Prtirico numerous pro-Oe.rman storie?
The War Department re-4haVe been put in circulation regard
ing the-': impression which he made
iji. the French mllitarv authorities
Judge Bon- D. Ltndsey of Denver has
Ljiow reumied from ! rniice with an
explicit- denial of these -falsehoods
We have found careful attention
the vigor and strength of the parent
stock is amply ; repaid hy the rapid
growth and ported health of the gos-
lings. ". ; :
Geese invariably - sell .for. a lower
price a' ponirt ' than "chickens but
when we eoHaidef the 'lower coat due
to the ehenpcr4'ewls utilized it is
safe to assert thtu there "is more prof-.
it in geeae than- in hrpilers or roast
ei'.- Maurice H. Decker in .the. Coun-
-lrt l. i-ini'1i ?i itl lwirf ire? ..rtr.i 4ffT tf' Iti I i.t-.- iiriti .i-itli Mnrwifit ffiffj-o
i . . - . . i t try lieiuieman .
during the loss in dead .prison-j Judge Lmdsey says: N ver hae I " --
ers ami pefiiiun' nth disaljlefrnuiount-
ed t 11 per tent of the fiihUirK
fn.e. for Mif .ar. Of the wouii4ert
-heard 7sVu.lt compliments paid to an
oflielnl ui Joffre paid to Baker. - He
Snifl -.lils grap of the situation and
in ai tion. more than four-fifths -risJabflUy' t cope with unht atii of d:f-
t'lrn rr M'l vi e. many of t'&ein' ill jtfss-ftcUtltles stampod him as one of the
tlmti two months." As a matter.' at ".most efficient men this war has pro-
fuj't. because of the iniproYeutruts . m ;xhicclt."
v.uiitation and hospital. servSe? 4lt? . GeTUTan propog.-aidists are n petit -Mildier'n
ihatx es of returning ffom't Iiir; repti-f . that tin- 1'niti tl - St in s
this war an- iiVate'r than lit h'liy wariuteitHfs to cnnfls-Tate b.mk d'p;it-r
n the jiat. -fajiyd- libat depositors should take out
The niost econonilral wav- is to
phone your.vprtfors iii. If for any rea-
son any jur(3iYBtQ";nade at this store
'isn't safisfjurtfjey -- we 'will- cladly call
for it 1ii-;-iiiti0;.---I.QDuey .Merc.
CO. I ;J
Teach er-Vftu'c; have yen whisper-
ed today wtlfijt porptisslon?
Willie- Only tnL
fiords natural gas 1ms been (lit
Mageo- aiuti aisociates iii
.-Miiuiur mr' a;inu ouuKer. io . ihu luuir mono iiim iwmiiii n. muii Teach'Or - JiQlllfny.
or limb in our shipyimlg are sinular-) isr-&f RSall runs ott local hanks ha ' .jft'Ve said "vunitf''
iy taise. ttie t jii- igency Meet or-; eusueov ronunaieiy -iue reor rai lie- johnhv No'nV he
poratiiin has esta. dished a Depar-ttneitl-yseri:' Act. prevents a run on a iianK .Sa. t.iirt
DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE
Will Open Its 1918-19 Session
Thursday September 19th
should have said.
of Safety Iincinee.rinz. .and the-: woi-JiXfrbur being danerois to rh bank)
01 of tiii.s department has rel need tho f ioltfpncj . 1e propoganda is const-. YiU .Heal per can lit: the fineRt
uw- piTcntae of aceidents 1 the sjhip. jlllenlly. ejiusing nofhin'g more than a'neat mixture otit for "stuffed peppers
ami yard; below the average of other ' In-.llfttl'e-.nejBtllerfs alarm among the lnor- Looney Jlerc. Co..
Thtr. 'MUu "frtnt
supply tmstries m me -same sort.
so that the exponuitUie
further although he Council has au-of w3 hundjod Umitsand dolhik in Cnn.n Shnnn ' in
thonty to regulate the rates of. all IIfling1thG gas lo thi3 city fa.Lar OeC5C ShoWn lo
the public service companies opera- j rantairl' The Btfllelin learns th .f if o Be .LeSS
mjg nere. liio telephone company's j Emvirfvood. tHisTness interest Willi
officials declare that they will wel- 1I)Ut sqL0 energy-and home nionok in -come
an investigation to tirttrinine : f tho Jprojett. this "gas . will bo dp.;;
netnor me rates are justified -on a j here SiUipirt delay.
basis of physical valuation of the
Choire toinuloo.' at Locney's.
All .arrangements hajve been completed for the
-opening of the Fall Terni of Daniel Baker College
in all its departments including military with a full
corps of teachers representative of the best educa
tional arid fine arts institutions of this country.
Thej three story modernly equipped steam heat-
ed dormitory will be open to girl students this year
with a capable matron in charge.
Assignments to rooms in the dormitory will be
made in rie order of them application.
Already the prospects are good for more stu-
dents.fthan. were enrolled iduring the 1 9 1 7-1 8 term.
For catalogue and further information address
THOS. H. HART
Chairman of the Faculty
company's properties and it is plain-
ly impossible for the city council to
attempt to regulate the rates until
after it has determined whether the
new rates pay more than "a reaion-
lt is a pnojei-t
of grant importance to- the city) and
merits! the closo attention of every
ThBBolsheviTii cm-eminent aflttu-
sin dotlaros thni a slate of war tv-
that of fixing rate providing a. reason-
. able income upon a reasonable valu
at ion of the property.
The adane in rates is equivalent
to approximately 11' 1-j per cent of
the former rat eg. To offset thte in-
crease let us consider the well known
fact tliajjf wages in general have -increased
from lb to " per centering
the jiast two years; that the prices
of materials have increased "in like
ratio; that freight charges on all ma
teriuls have inereased per cent;
and that taxes have increased alou;
with the prices of every commodit
used by the American people. Tire
Bulletin does not know whether the
new telephone rates are higher than
they should be because the Bulletin
has not examined and pla -ed -a. valu-
ation upon ihe company's proportie:-
Nor is the Pullet in presenting a
brief for this corporation; but the
Bulletin believes that in view of the
general advances in all costs the tel-
ephone company is entitled to the
small advance announced in its rates
In any case if subs riiiers want the
matter investigated with a view to
intervention by the city council thesv
subscribers should pay the casta of
the investigation; for the c-ity. coun-
cil is absolutely unable to finance the
nhli trttim - -w n . ... i.l . 1 ' . : . . w i
...mC ..j.uw u .asuu.n.a- nu'-ts tltween KUsgln and the l9it d
ation of the physical properties of the;.stetesl- That nmn Trotzkv is' kiins
company." If .an attempt should be' ti coilfinue his monkey bjisinqsi un
made to regulate the rates without tii he nuikes some oo'dy hate hiaij
Avouid ie entirely within its rights; American Sailors A
by throwing the matter into the
courts for costly litigation. If an in-
vestigation were made and Ihe rates
regulated as demanded by many sub-
scribers the "om'Hiny would also b
within its rights by taking the con-
troversy into the courts for a settle-
ment of the only issue involved-
imerican oauors sire
AWacred by Epidemic
of Spanish Influenza
mi Si I POUT Aug. 2$.
a pectfiinr type of .influenza which has
theory that the strange epideni
t innted together fori at least one soa-
t-Sion previously. It is unwise to break
f-iin fMtlflMisjtreil f.lmiliesto b; .1 trail!
J han L.lUCte.nSfi'r i?crA and a goose tlirre ami en-
- v -- 7'iileayor to nwte them together. Breed-
e.e outclass ducks in tlfc vtffa? thtee ycarsld aud yn
'( bet reflults. The egus hatch bett-r
prmlii. iiv extraordinary vihs.v; . Q iip rsP( .nS
grow ' faster. CIeene nia yj.e used as
brooders for -a . dozen years or more.
UB -aJtaiiiW.. the hen's jieriod of. use-r
fulness of -two or three seasons. i
5AVe have found five cues .sufficient '
(o '.put under-a good sized Wyandotte
sir It ctl he ii. If she Is given . niore
is ne-isarx to rai.se tloofcs of geese..: :fjirft is alwavs danger of- osine one.
.-ui fesfully. The mature fcrM(iers nittre goslinc from trampling or
do not reiptire as much protection flnr--.!.ini)therlng. If the hens are set npo.n -nig
winter as he its;- simply nn open- j th ground there will be no trouble'
front shed with a drv floor and 1 q f tlio j-osllnRs' sticking in the shells
dm; is sufficient Nn riests . are o-umI no sprinkling-will be -needed. We
quired as the lay in the straw upon i0tOur. hens in a small henhouse with
p jlfrt floor thai is always a little;
We' hollow out
upon - r economical feeds anti thuy-
s-ii'fer from none of the ailments-
common to t-riickens lice ignpes.
roup and .diarrhea- whieli atHiXtally;
take heavy toll from the poultry-uian'
returns. . - "-
t)uiy a small amount of equipment
the floor and a large wuter poll -and.'
a trough for wet mash complete thv
intciior furnishings. : '' '
Europe uttacked onlv jthose
whfr.AOore "run down" because of la"k
r food was exploded whqn tho
uie ground to form a nest ; put in a
and set ovrr it
bens are iie. evsai'y. -to hatch niuHn "btiv whi.-h has no bottom. This
brood the goslings
Wyandot tes and Rhode
ideal for this purpose. Tho first flet-l-itq- -jo feed and dust herself 1n the
titu of bj each goose Shouhl hodbhse dirt of the floor. The hens art
A sufficient number of . good i.?.bl'tirtXlo. stray for litter s
tens are ne. esai'y to hatch . aud jn .bnx whl.-h has no
i; we have found 4 box has a slat top and a door in the i
:hode Lslanll Hedsfjritle. for tho lien to ue when coming j
Lend Him a Hand
disoatf threatened to take .hold itfinong SPt ui.r hens. ' ' .V?Vbnt in the first week- or till we .be-
unnww at uns nuiencap ue- ; The second lot of. eggs should beHe-vd each tn 'rmnlw her own )
strovtsr-iase- Asiiie fi-om American im.ii.fi . im ..ik iirvftf --w
soidi.enB .uid Aineriean sailors) are bae not found it necessary - to let"
pronayy the fiest fed persons in fc.-ti henss run with the gonlii!5s.langsi:-
rope t the Uisensc attacked several ban two weeks in warm . efitbor
we usually remove the hens" wljehthc
. i. . - . . i .
score-pt ineni aere anu tor a week or
o disrupter t-rcw . nssiciiinenti; It
.has VJrtually - disappeared now. -
i'l..tit.... :.. -.i.. .i rk i..i-.
1 lllMUIJlCrtSU IS not ll.WIUUl oils u- uti-
fiiestr and- let: out onrr a day to at.
Shelled corn oyster shell ami water
are. kept where they can hdp themselves.-
loiter on iu the season we use
small" brood coops with wire netting j
youngst' i s are ten day old: and" -put rflpors which rest upon the ground
them back in the lading pens-nnd. op
en in hbni quickly enough and It hai. posssible.
loit nB ill errccts.-Jt Uni rtestroerj i.Jt.nty lf fresh growing greon; feotl
base lit has the. peculiarity lioer ;.aIU iin abuudance of 'yateif i.miBt'-
tif weglfoning the victim in -a few dasl(.r. rrniiii.i Hie lirf.nileri? :uwt- urntW
as inifcji as the nvorage illnosfe will jnK pcge. Q iant :i small putcji:fjf;
m wi uj- uiub -ronaeuueiiuy u -re .. rtiit tl.. l:il of Airunst for iff
aeveml days of recupbnalion. j 0i(l S(rcHC to fiat til0 'next spring. Tilts
dea vor to start them laying as. soon-aTeftf-s- and hens. We leave the . hens i
Utrfctly alone during the hatching pe
. VOTE TO.MOKKOW. :
Every democrat man or vvoni.'in
should .go to the polls tomorrow and
participate in the run-off primary.
It Is a duty they owe to their party
their state and themselves and de-
spite the fact that no political Issues j
Vicwnis anffoi differently whdn.the
with a feeding of our regular lay-
ing mash for hens fed wet at noon.
and a little ear corn given at night
wlll produce a steady supply of fer-
tile eggs. The gftese will lay without
the green. pasture but the oggs -will
in a. shady place for setting gposo)
it is ji
nngerous to attempt to continue
6no'sJ usual activities as- pnoii
4nay:iovelop and prescribe bj
Jqui ui ev-n days with ordinary rem
edies -for combatting fever.
d . for
;llBeny first "beeinB Some stiudcnly
brcoufc dizzy and .oven faint. . Th
tnostjp.rin'alont . Symptoms ho;wovcr
jtro flrt?t acGiigli then terrific J pains
iit thl' lmcic followed by fever iipd n
fliHlioy and then. Bhysiciaijs say ot he so plPiilifnl nor will they hatch
so well and the cost of producing
them will be more than -donbjod.
Breeders for a Boxcii Years
Fed in this manner our bes). gooso
began laying last spring on. Feb. 2! !
and laid forty-two oggs with but a
break of five days betwoon the two
"producing periods. The first five of
these egKS were infertile two turned
out dead germs and each one of the
others turned- ouyji big husky gos-
ling. One- egg in Osp days is suffic-
ient yield from each goose.
Three geese are as many as should
bo mated with one gandt'r. In some
cases two may bring better results.
Ganders sometimes exhibit strong at-
tractions toward certain Individuals
and will mate with but one or two
chosen females Parties intending to
purchase breeders should if posssible
buy trios or quartets which have been
To Improte 1 our JMircsUpn. -
"F'o'p years my digestion wis " so
pbor that I. could only cat the lightest
foods.- I tried everything that li hoard
of to .get relief but not until a'b'out a.
year ago when 1 saw Chamberlain's
Tablets advertised and got a bottle of
thorn did I find (he right treatment.
Since"' taking "them my digestion is
fine." -Mrs. Blanche Bowers ;indla-
(Jallon I' runs of all kirids--H)hon'
us for prices. Looney'S; .
Choice tomatoes at Looney's.
nlod.nnd do. not molest them till the
:ij0Slfhgs are out. dry and running
bailout outside the nest. Goslings arc
'oxeopdfngly timid and tender anil
should 'ho--handled as little as pos-
sfble. .ve do not allow anyone to pet
them or put them in .water to sce-theni
We feed our goslings .when they are
thirly-six hours old and then sparing-
ly the . first week. We give them
corn" bread and milk with a little
cburso sand or just the regular milk
mash used for chicks. mixed up wet
the first three days. After that un-
til the goslings are two weeks old
they get three feedings daily of lay-
ing mash rather noist. Water should
be supplied as soon as they aro put
out in' the brood coops. As the coops
are set either upon green grass or
growing ryo or oats the goslings be-
gin to graze almost immediately.
Nu Geese . Without Water
After the hens are taken away we
run the goslings upon a pasture of
ellhcr -rye. oats or rape. We. sow the
yards to rye In tho fall aud In the
early spring those that are eaten off
first are sown to oats and the rest a
little later to rape. We sow all seed
about twice as heavy as for a grain
crop and in the case of the oats aiid
rye sow one-half one way and then
crossdrill in the rest This makes an
That Khaki-clad American soldier of ours facing
the Germans . across No Mans Land from the
Trenches in France. He is facing cold storm
disease and death that America's homes maybe
safe from the threat of German arrogance and
brutality. He is enduring hardships and danger .
willingly without a murmur that American Lib-
erty and justice may endure. He is fighting for
you. i . I
What Are You Here at Home Doing for
Him? Stand by Him and Back Him Up.
The Salvation Army is helping
take care of YOUR boy over
there and when the committee
- x of this organization call on you
. . ') for your assistance give all you
This space contributed for the Salvation Army by
HEMPHILL-FAIN CO. MARION MACHINE FOUNDRY & SUPPLY COMPANY
WEEKLY-WATSON-MILLER-HDW. CO. A. M. WEED ON & SON
O.F.SCOTT a. AND C. BARBER SHOP
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