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THURSDAY MAY 18, 1933 -- | Thorough Tests On Pullet Feeds Pullets Raised In Darkness at the Albers Research Station 5how Varied Reactions. In an effort to determine what could he done through feed alone tel develop resistance to disease and hardship the Alb(,vs Poultry Research Station have been conducting a test With Wlfite Leght~rn pullets durlnt.; the past six months. These pullets Were developed under normal condi- tions and on tile same feed, up to five weeks of a~:e, and then were transferrd to different feeds, 2 0 o pullets in each group, all similar a~ five weeks of age. One group was put on Albers 193,~ Pullet. (;rower Paks which contained what are known as the minor miner- als and in addition what is called a converting factor which makes It Possible for the bird to assimilate Seattle.lssaquah.Easton THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON (Below) PULLETS RAISED\ IN DARKNESS WITH PAKS The "'Converting Factor" and the new minerals in Albera PAKS permit the birds to progress even under adverse conditions and go tat toward developing disease resistance. (Above) PULLETS RAISED IN DARKNESS WITHOUT PAKS Did you ever ~gure bow much you lose when you teed pullets lot four months and then lave mottali(7 in 7olaf ~ock? these minerals. The pullets in the other pen received in some case~ none of the minor minerals but did EXPRESS (minimum) 25c receive calcium and phosphorus. In still another pen they received al! Commutation Rates the minerals but did not receive the converting factor In the fourth pen Effective March l to May 31]they did not receive either the cou- ...~' ~' verting factor or the new minerals. L Ial al It is not recommended that your pullets be developed in darkness, bu~ Good for 30 d ys this experiment produced results. We are showing herewith a closw- LEAVE ISSAQUAH up photograph of a few of the pub- lets in the town pens. A glance ~.~ sufficient to show the dicerence be- tween these two pens. The greatest difference, however, was in the high mortality in the pen which did not receive the convert- ing factor and the new minerals ano in the large number of culls whic.~ developed. Approximately 50 birc~ were eliminated from that pen. In other words, these birds had been fe(1 been used for the 50 was wasted. Only seven birds were eliminateo from the pen receiving the convert- ing factor and the new minerals and although the 1933 Pullet Growe* Paks cost slightly more than the oth- er feed, the h)ss in culls and birds that (lied from the other pen more ! than made up the differencee. [ There is much room for thoughtI in this test and poultryment in this vicinity will be greatly interested m 8:10 a.m. 3:50 p.m. MRS. COOKE HAS ALASKA MANAGER ON VACATION GILMAN REBEKAHS ENJOY Extra Sundays, Holidays, 8:10 p.m. EARTHQUAKE EXPERIENCE B A. White, manager at Moneyt "MOTHER'S DAY" PROGRAM LEAVE SEATTLE ------- Savers, is on vaction this week. Bar-] -------- ney s ambition seems to be that of l Gilman Ret)ekah Lodge entertamed 9:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m. An Associated Press dispatch from1 ' I . Extra Sundays and Holidays, lO p. m. Anchorage, Alaska, tells of volcamc catching all the fish in Western Wash- at their meeting last night with a activity and earthquake shocks that lington streams--and he's doing a program to honor "Mother's Day." Round Trip Rates ......... $1.20 tossed the teacher and pupils in an very fair job of it. Miss Lucille Mattila gave two read- One Way ........................ 90c Indian school "all over the schooY house," at Tyonek. North Bend Stage Line, Inc. Tyonek is situated near the head of Cook Inlet and the teacher there is Mrs. W. M. Cooke, who will be re- membered as an Issaquah resident on two different occasions. Mr. and Mrs. Cooke left here direct for Alas- ka a couple of years ago. Their mayn friends here will be glad to hear from them. Ellis Smith of Seattle called on his sister, Mrs. Nina Tjerne, yester- day on his way home from Cle Elum. $ $ $ Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lindman spent Sunday at Carbonado. ISSAQUAH 342 Greenwood We Deliver Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery has single graves as low at $10 to $20, not perpetual care, but some care. Perpetual care graves, $25 to $50. Concrete markers furnished with each grave, free. RETAIL ICE STATIONi Telephone Retnon 55 RENTON, WASH. Entrance Issaquah Parka= Hours 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. | PAGETHREE THR CLARRMONT t ! ~~,.FgiHh~ :::!IIL Seattle's Finest Downtown Apartment Hotel. Close To the Shopping Center and Theatres. One Block To Stage Depot. IIotel Rooms with Bath from $1.50 Single, $2.00 Double. Without Bath from $1.00 Single, $1.50 Double. Completely Furnished Apartment with Hotel Service, from $2.50 Single, $3.00 Double. Low weekly and monthly rates. "YOU WILL LIKE THE CLAREMONT" FOURTH AT VIRGINIA SEATTLE, WASHINGTON UPPER SQUAK for five months and what feed hao the facts and figures presented. Ernest Snyder and son Bill of Ab- erdeen,Mrs. Kelly of Puyallup, Mr. Mrs. Ottmer Finney and daughter of Bremerton were guests last week at the J. W. Finney home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lynne are the proud parents of a baby boy, born at Renton Hospital. The little one has been named Paul Robert. Miss May Heflinger, Press repre- sentative in Hobart, was a caller at this office yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Jann and Mrs. Harold Schumacher of Seattle were callers Tuesady at the R. J. Schneider home. Miss June Gilbert was hostess to the Club of Hearts bridge club on Monday night. Blaine Boyden and A. G. Dom~n- ick were out from Seattle for Mo- ther's Day chicken dinner, after u round of golf enroute. ICE Oelivery" -- PRESENT CONDITIONS -- Demand Thrift! We Give Quality l Why Pay More? High prices do not necessarily mean qual- ity. Examinations and consultation free. BIG SPECIALS THIS WEEK No. 1--A $25.00 plate value, made of vulcanite; will last a lifetime; light as a feather and strong as possible to produce. Now only ............................................ $7.00 One Extraction With Novocain or One X-Ray SOc , . J No. 2--Genuine German Hecolite Plate, $40. value now only $12.00 Remember--Dental work sold on credit must be good, for you try it while you pay. LINCOLN DENTISTS 504-12 Eitel Building Corner 2nd Avenue & Pine Street, Seattle Plus oil only / # on your Ford Motors Mrs. Ellen Jane Isotalo is in the Harborview hospital, where she willI undergo treatment. 1 nunmmiminnililUnuinunilin| I MATHENY & BACON, Inc Yard No. 1--1710 4th Ave. So. ] Yard No. 2--611 Elliot W. BUILDING MATERIAI~ BARGAINS PAINT! PAINT! PAINT! Headquarters for paint bar- gains, per gallon ................ $1.25 3 carloads of new doors and windows must be sold at once at low prices. 10,000 new and used sash, all sizes. 500,000 feet new and used lumber, finish and moldings at special prices. llllllllllllllllllllllllll and Mrs. R. Kelly of Fall City, Mrs. Cora Snyder and two sons of Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. F. Nible of Seattle were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Sny- der. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lynne of Is- FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS LETTUCE lacge, solid head, t iiEEN- I=-- tender and sweet, lb. ings which were greatly enjoyed and saquah spent Tuesday evening with Urith and Lynette McDonald sang. the latter's mother, Mrs. Knoern~-CARROTS All mothers present were presented child. 2 bunches......... with flowers Mrs. Manning was a Seattle shop- ~ Several visitors from Bothell and per Tuesday. NEW POTATOES Redmond were present. The pro- Miss Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Precis- . best quality, lb gram was followed by a luncheon, let Jr..of Seattle, Mrs. Pr%aker .Sr. ____ " "" "" ox viezoria, ~tr.. ann mrs. ~ergaahl RHUBARB A Good Investment ]of Oakland, Cahf., Mr. and Mrs. O. ,~ -- pounds Many a single quarter invested in Cammon and three .sons of Park- ~ r" ............. Press want-ads has come back land were Sunday droner guests el A PARAGUS~ married ]the Cammon family. ...... ' ~ The I. V. L. Club will hold thiert___nne quamy, ~. ms.. i ~ ,, ,, ,., . .... imeeting thisafternoonwith Mrs[ o~r. aTTr~r.r.~o ~ea ~orse ~tanKs ~ngn ~I~noernschild. , ,'~llK~-IgWDl~.l~l~lr..~ Among Nature's Freaks I ~ [ Beat Grade. Market Price Of all the queer combinations in the [ a .... n .......... animal kingdom, the sea horse (Hip-['] (~s'~m,,." h,,~.~ [ GR', UEFRUIT pocampldae) easily takes the prize, l d ........... C....... 6 :Sanl ist 6 for points out Boys' Life, the monthly Journal of the Boy Scouts of America. It has the head of a horse, from which It takes its name; the tall of a mon- key; the fins of a fish; and the ab- dominal pouch of a kangaroo, In which the male carries the eggs from the time they are laid until they are hatched. With all tl~ese borrowed trappings, the sea horse Is a real fish and does not live very long out of water The tall, which Is somewimt longer than the head and body combined is the only tail in the fish kingdom en- dowed with the power to grasp things, and with It the sea horse clings to un- derwater foliage wlmn I~e desires to rest, continues Boys' Life. In their sportive moments these quaint little creatures wrap their tails around each other and engage in a regular tug-o'- war--or a large one will seize a small one around the neck and drag him fu- riously around In circles in a marina version of "snap the whip." A-B-4-Cylinder 18-40-8-Cy or These are Ford Motor Company rebuilt motors, all parts renewed at the River Rouge Plant. Come in and let us tell you all about it Phone 442 lssaquah F. h. FISHER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times Calls answered day or night ISSAQUAH, WASH. Phone M 212 Other Hauling at Right Price Phone 8D2 Illlllllllllll We Do All Kinds of Hauling Business Every Business Day ---- between --- Seattle and Coalfield, Issaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon, , Elllott and C~dar Grove, and all way places Issaquah Transporlation go,, Inc, AUTO FR21GHT AND TRANSFER Seattle Depot--Railr0ad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Way .! Leave S~attle 1,00 P. M. Only Leave Issaqunh S~O0 A. M. Telephone Main 394 Washed Sand and Gravel Exemplary conduct according to Christ: "and as His custom was, He went into the synagogue on the Sab- bath day." Luke 4:16. "The Light of Fruitfulness" is the sermon topic for next Sunday; text, John 21,6. This is National Rural Life Sunday, and all rural dwellers are urged to attend with the town residents, in order to have a better conception of rural prob- lems. The Lecturer oT the local Grange, R. I. Case, will hard a par~ in the service. The Racetrack Gambling Bill will be discussed Sunday evening at 8:0o. Help us save our Old Age Pensioners from the disgrace of being depenclent upon the tainted money of foreign gamblers. Sunday School for all at 10.00. C. E. at 7:15. The C. E/social at Sno- qualmie Falls last Saturday evening Was a big success, about ninety be- __ ing present. The annual Baccalaureate will be held for our high school's largest class on May 28th, The motto of the graduates is "Our Aim, Success; Our Hope, to Win." The sermon will be on "Pressing Toward the Goal," Mr. L. Harrington and Mrs. C. Mc- Guire were out from Seattle on Wed- nesday to attend Past Matrons Club at the home of Mrs. J..E. Hallworth. ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Roy. Father Carry, Pastor Services the fire( Sunday ef each month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun- days at 10:00 a.m. Catechism every Saturday afternoon at 1:80 for the children. S and WCOFFEE pound cans ... 2 pound cans .... dOHNS' --- Home- Owned Store-- Mr. and Mrs. James Ganley and infant son of Bryn Mawr visited from Monday evening until yesterday with Mrs. George Blomberg. BETHEL MISSION Sunday school at 10:00. Preach- mg :~ervtce at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 Y~,ung People's meeting at 7:15 Midweek meeting Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. A. GALBRAITH, Pastor. PZOPLE'S EXCHANGE FOR SALE--Three-quarter acre !tract near center of town, $600. This ] office. FOR SALE--Netted gem potatoes for seed or use. John Talus." WANTED--Drag saw. Would ex- cl/ange bees and bee fixtures, or wood. Inquire this office. FOR SALE--Young pigs, M. IL Martin, on E. J. Anderson farm, on Lake Sammamish. FOR SALE OR Ll~:kSE---Ideai poultry farm. Or will exchange for smal%r place. This office. WANTED~A 1 d e r and fir for stumpage. This office. i , i i THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE 10e "' 8:00 P. M 2Sc Read in This lssve About THE BIG OPPORTUNITY CONTEST Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 18-19-20 "Goldie Gets Along" "The Fighting President" Sunday and Monday, May 21.22 ,, NEWS "The White Sister"