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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER HOG FROI~fTS VARY FROM FARM TO FARM Large differences in the profR from hogs on individual farms were brought out by data pub- lished by an Illinois farm man- egemenft service, according to M. A. Kirkeide, NDAC assistant extension livestock agent. About 650 hog farms in Illinois provid- ed information for the compar- ison, based on 195@ records. Farms were divided into "high ret~urn" and '"low return" farms. Returns alcove feed cost per litter were $56 for the high and minus $15 for the low return farms. It took 100 pounds more feed for low return farms to produce 100 pounds of pork than it did the high return farms. Returns per $100 of feed fed were $136 for the high return farms and $92 far the tow return farms. Average selling prices per pound were also slightly better. Two other footers apparently affected 5he difference in re- turns betw~m hi~rh return farms turns between high and low farms pigs weaned per litter and death loss after weaning. The high return farms weaned more pigs per litter and lost fewer after weaning than did the low return farms. It adds up to this, says Kirkeide: "pigs saved per litter and the efficiency of feed- tag are what determine ~he net returns." In spite of the lower average f~vn inc~ne in 1959, some farm- ers turned in a creditable show- Lug. "Luck" often pla~,s an im- portant role in individual years wi~h favorable weather produc- ing high crop yields or a forf- taste price change resulting in profitable feeding operations. However, there are large differ- ences in management ability of individual farmers and in pro- duct~n efficiency of diffe~rent sizes and types of farms. 0 KEEP BALANCE OF SALT AND WATER Seeing to it that your live- stock has plenty of water is the best safeguard against salt pois- onir~g That's the w~rd 2ram NDAC veterinarian L A. Schip- per, who points out tha~ water goes hand in hand with salt in- take. W ~2t cable, there's li',ttae chance of overfeeding salt, if they have enough water to drink. Hogs arel m~t susceptible to salt poisoning. Even a waterer plugging up overnight can de- ~eriVe hogs of enough water to ad to salt poisoning. Cattle are least susceptible to salt paean- irtg and sheep rank in abou~t the middle. Livestock getting very small amounts of salt during the sum- mer is also prone to salt poison- ing. Dr Schipper explains that in case more salt is made oval- able, tlie salt Im~gry animals overea*, taking on quantities of salt large enough to become to- xic and often fatal. Feed salt in limited ~quanitities at first if the animals haven't been getting it before. The way salt-starved animals eagerl~ overeat saR when it is 'offered showlg how irn~rta~t salt is to their well being during the summer months. In one stu- dy, lambs getting enough salt gained as much as 30 ,per cent more than lan~bs receiving no salt. Keep a steady salt suoply in franc of *.he animals at all ~imes, preferably in loose form. so they can meet their salt requirements at will. Increasing salt intake is ore methods used to prevent renal calculi (water belly) in sheet> and cattle. It is done by mixing three to fivo per cent salt into the feed. When this is done, i~ is particularly Lmpor~ant that plenty of fresh wter is avai lable at all times. STOCKMEN FAVOR BEEF HERD TEST Several North Dakota pure bred breeders and producers of ' commercial herds are using per- formance tes.ting of beef cattle to help in selecting replacements MIDSHIPMAN AT 14, DURING THE REVOLUTION, MERCHANT CAPTAIN AT 23. THIS SUCCESS STORY BELONGS TO EDWARD PREEBLE A SHIP'S MASTER WHO GAVE UP A LUCRATIVE COMMAND FOR HIS FIRST LOVE--.THE UNITED STATES NAVY. PREEBLE WAS COMMODORE /N COMMAND OF THE MEDITERo RANEAN FLEET AT THE TIME BARBARY PIRATES WERE HARASSING AMERICAN SHIPS. UNDER HIS IRON HAND NAVY BROKE THE PIRATES AND MADE THE SEA SAFE FOR SHIPS OF ALL NATIONS. and culling their het~ts, reports I~L A. Kirkeide, NDAC exten- sion livestock agent. "Performance testing offers a means of checking the capacity of a beef animal to produce," says Kirkeide. "Stockmen want animals that will gain quickly ~md ~ok~nomically, as well as yield a high propportion of the cuts most desired by fine con- sumer." Studies have indicated the top third of one cow herd returned three times the net income as did the lower third of the herd. The livestock specilist gives 2 essentials in setting up a pro- gram of this kind: 1) A scale must be available to weigh the caves at weaning time and again at tile end of the feeding period. 2) Each of the cows and caves Individuals may be identified t~ horn brand, neck chain or cedure should be followed after a 140-day feeding period either on full feed or a maintenance ration. Further information and forms for performance testing of beef cattle may be obtained from your local county extension agent. brand number. ', ,W~aning v~ights should be taken at about 190 days and the calves should be scored for con- formativn. If the animals are not sold at m smmg time, a ~imflar pro- HUNTING ELECTRA CRASH CLUES---While the search for other parts of the plane and still-missing bodies continues, C.A.B. inspector Walter A. Gonnoud makes a spot check of the tail assembly of the crashed Electra airliner in Boston Harbor. Although clues still are being hunted, it is believed a flock of starlings may have caused the crash, which killed 61. ROYALTY VISITS DISNETIJtND--VisiLing Dtmleyland in Ana- heim, Calif Queen Ingrid of Denmark is followed by King Frederik IX into the submarine ride. Their guide is Tommy Walker, one of the Disneyland directors. North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage -- Gets Results BUYING SELLING Rotes: 14c per word first insertion - no ad less than $2.80 -- 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIREC-~ T~: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS M~In and Mamlan Street BISMARCK. N, D. Personal 38 CARE FOR UNMARRIED MOTH'IbxP--t] Florence Crittenton tiaras 711 13th St. So. Fargo, North Dakotm Write superinend- ~nt for information. All inquiries confidential. HELP ~)R U?q M2L Rl~I E D MOTHERS counsel and nursing care. Write House of Mercy, 1505 5th Avenue South. FarR'o. North Dakota. All inquiries confidential Farms For Sale 2 Four farm.~ with modern homes, from ~0 to 120 acres each, near l)ctroir. Lakes, Minnesota. priced front $8,000.00 to $12,750.00: Nine acres withbuildings and well near Moorhead Minnesota at $7,500.00 Universal Realt~ Co Fargo,N. I)ak. Dial AD 2-7454 16 Stockmen and Ranchers Attention! 245 acre river farm all fenced. Feed lots. b~trns, silo. 4-1)edroom modern home. Near good town and term.u available. Universal Realty Co I~'argo, N. Dak. Dial AD 2-7454 16 For ~ale: Ix-orth Dakota Farms, 160 to 1,000 acres. Write for list- Ings, Courtney Realty Oakes, No. Dak. 15-18 160 acres. Good heavy soil. All tillable. Good buildings, tIouse modern. Dwight Terrili, owner, Hancock. Minn. 16 For Sale: 720 acre farm, 7- 2 miles south of Medina. N. Dak. C-k~od watcr aml buildings Running water in the house and harm Leo F. Sehmidt. Medina, N. Dak. l(; Farm Equipment 4 For Sale or trade for livestock. One 1960--830 Caseomatic diesel tractor ltvepower, only a few hrs. Gurranteed--like new. A real buy. oee Conrad Kinzler, Kulm, N. Dak. .~'hone NI 7-5471. I~-lS Elevator sc~Ae for sale, suitable for feed lot, feed mill or farm elevator.Bob Ryan. Hannah, N. Dak. 16 Used cropguard grait,drier, like new Richnmr~dMill,Richmond. Minn. 16 Male Help Wanted 25 ~&lesmen $2.~0 per hour or more for part or full time route work. L~rge repeat orders. Man or wo- man. Write C. F. DySard. Furst McNess Co. Freeport, III. 13-16 ["arm help-milking required. Year around. Pay to match ability. I'hil [,autenbach Fremont, Wisconsin. 16 Wanted: Mechanic. Must have IH diesel experience. Percentage or straight salary. Phone 3861. Luch- ~inger, Inc. Matt, N. Dak. 16 Hay For Sale 35 600 square bales of upland, alfalfa. and meadow hay $.35 and $.45 a b;tle. E. P. Price Tolna, N. Dak. 15-16 Pets 13 For Sale: Basset hounds-bred fe- males-studs reasonably priced. Reservations for Nov. pups ac- celrted now. Trumbull Lake Ken- nels, Dickens. Iowa 16 American Water Spaniel pups and older dogs. The best for land and water. All AKC reg. Arthur Stoip, Milroy, Mlnn, Phone 27 16 l~or S~tle. Registered and COmmer- cial Columbia yearling rams. Al- so one 2 year old and one 16 month- old registered Holstein bull from ~ms with official records up to 638 pounds butterfat in one Year. Also younger artifically sired bulls, I~lusman Stock YMrm, New Salem. X~. Dak. 16 For Sale 8 For ~le: 1956 twon and country trailer house 40x~. 2 bedrooms. Good conditionAvailable Nov. 1 Inquire Pete Mitcl~ell, Fort Tates. N. Dak. 16-17 Lost, Strayed or Stolen 14 Purebred Border Collies, English Shepherds, heelers, watch dogs. Males $10,00. Spayed felTmles $12.- 50. 30 days approval. Charles Miller, Shlckley, Neb. 15-17 Livestock 7 For Sale: Registered Milking Shorthorn Bulls, serviceable age. State accredited heard. A few cows and heifer calves. Hillcrest Stock F~.trm. Douglas, N. Dak. 15 ~'or Sale: PURlS:SItED IIEREFO~D POLLI~D BULLS AND H]~]IFERs A. E. Nelson Wilton. N.D. 37 Notice 29 LARGI~ST wholesale supply In U. S. Furniture, clothing, appll inces, autos and accessories, farm equipment, tools, housewares, new products, im0orts. Free details, Associated Wholesalers, Box 2068 -BN, Sioux City 4. Iowa. USED AUTO PARTS. Used parts for all makes and models of Cars. Tony's Body Shop, 213 So. 14th ~t Bismarck, N. Dak. Pail CA3- t547 5tf HUNTERS: Used, Guaranteed Rifle reloading tools, new dies, com- plete $27.00. Also several used 16, 20, 12 g~uKe shotguns. & deer Rifles. Bullets. powder, shot prim- ers Nodak Gunshop, 310 Second Street. Bismarck, North Dakota Introductory Offer: Limited Time buy now and save. l0 gallons red or white, good baru paint. $17.50---Best grade, ~ gallons $20.0~. Shivped from l~actory freight col- lect. Send check or money order for Paint too: ~g Economy Lum- ber & Roofing, 1580 N. 99 1~, Wood- burn, Oregon. I6 Quick-John guaranteed cure for septic system troubles SIx treat- ments in handy flush packets. $2.50 postpaid. Ryter Corp. Madella, ~1, Minn. 15-16 For Sale: Modern grocery store. Building 48x80 which includes a ~ener~al merchandise department and meat processing- plant. ~xcel- lent business opportunity. Owner retiring. Contact Doerings Sh~per Valu, Goodrich, N. Dak. ,16 Xmas money; clubs, church groups by pine cones wholesale--make and sell decorations 4 bushel pre- paid $3.85 C-. A. Rietz,Box 555 Aberdeen S. Dak. 16 Auctioneering Farm Sales and Mira cellaneous sales. Free service to non-profit organizations Mel Myers, 20g 7th Ave SW" Mandan, Phone g743 or 4694 16-17 Singer sewing machino in Console cabinet with attachments and but- tonholer, Balanc~ si~ payments of ~6.15. used tn area less than one year, also late model zl~ zag, small Payments on either machine. Will discount for cash Write Credit M,nager. Box 206/ Detroit Lakes. Min n esot~. 16-17 South Dakota Ayrshir,- Breeders will sell registered Ayrshlres at pnblic auction on Ootober ~6 at new Exhibit Building, West Water- town. 8. D. Consignments from long t'oundation herds. For cat~llo~r write W E. ~trubc. Big Stone City, S. Dak. 16 Business Opportunity 9 FARMERs RANCHERS SPECIAL Rough gz Surfaced Ponderosa Pine lumber $55 and up, Also baled ~h~vings available at all times, Helle Fonrche Saw MIllsBelle Fourche, So. Dak. 13-16 GrOceries, dry goods, shoes, rub. bet" footwear. Complete stock In small southeastern IX'. D. town good business community. C~tll 6441 Our- tug day, 7911 eveninss or write E. G. Strehle, Streeter. N. Dak. 12-19 TAVERN---For Sale Frosty's Tav- ern Located in center of rich agricuitnrs I are:, ho~h Irrigated and dryland. Only bar and care in I~llon. Dolng a good business If in doubt ask any person In im- mediate vicinity. Reason for sell- Ing, ot~er business interests. Write or call Ketth Fro~t, Fallen, Mont. Phone H~ 6-2586 or HU 6-9496. Terms. 12-15 Good Hardware business in Cogs- well, N. Dak. for sale or trade. Tuthill Hdwe, Cogswell, l~'. Dek. 1'$ Printing Plant. Moderate size 30 year~s in business. F, quipment B: Kelly No Little. Platen. No. 1250 Mullllty, Cutter & accessors Own- er will reth-e. Price $12.500. Crest- ire Pub. Co. 15,14 ProsPectAve. Cleveland 15. Ohio 16 Auction 32 Learn Auctioneering, Free Catalog Term Soon. Reisch Auction School, Mason City 88, Iowa 16 Wanted To Buy 22 Wanted to buy or trade for cedar posts. Used farm machinery, small cats, 6 foot combines, wheel tractors, eta. Dennis Erpelding Blackduck. Minn. Phone Kllliher MI 7-6295 16-18 Real Estate For Sale 1 For Sale Good Income Property Centr~dly located. Close to church- es. schools and downtown. Priced right for quick sale to close an estate. See The 'Noakes Agency. McDonald Hotel Building, 108-V2 Quarter horse yearling stud, ex- 3rd Avenue N W. Mandan. N. Dak. cellent cutting qualities, gentle. Telephone Office 2193 Home 3134 16 Sired by Del Leo. Wibur Bird, Comstock, Wisconsin 1516 North Dakota Newspaper Assn, ['or Sale: Registered and Range Bismarck, N. Dak 1960--16 Columbia rams. Lots of size and quality. Also few ewes. Phone 567 6539, Peter Schmaltz, Hettlnger, N. D k. Ibk:k beeutJful end ever- Registered SuffOlk rams and ewes. hll~ncj~ economical to bulM All ages. Large type, heavy boned Canadian bloodlines. Buhler Bros. ~@~d ~ ~ m~jmh~- Windom, Minn. 15-16 REFERENDUM JEOPARDIZES TIES TO COMMONwEALTH--The n4JJtr.e o811. Provid~ decision, m~de in a referendum, of white South Africans to At present 5~ per cent of r~ ve[im Mid ~ North Dakota Homemakers Club ,~hsnge their form of government from a monarchy to a m ~ ~llllle ~ ~. ,republic Jeopardis~ Bouth Africa's Ue~ to the British com- .~emtmrs are. ~.arm res!aents, and ,mmm'~lth. It Bouth Africa gram throw~n with its plan, it fl~otCH~ tl[?w~q2 ~1~ ~*~1NI~R$1TY'-I)mptte & ~l%es.~r cent Live in towns and Zl ~ I~ ~e~ ,will haw to a]N~ smSw for mmbership in tlm commo~- . ~ ~ . I recently lifted a 10- ,-, -- IHL.I. -- ~ ~ L.~L ,W~Ith, W~h h~ ~ Malay. Nigeria and India. yey lm=~t Co n~ t~ ~ ~, th~ Wa~.'t a h~t.Of Store onlv'-~y m.~ ~ ~;. ~ ~~ ~ ,~ and ~V~ ]~lta~ hermit, have ~m bitterly critical rely .e~. ~u~tw~ wlaen ~r. ~j. A. Keut~v. S ~vlet wit~ 1 = Y,/ "~" ~r stdaNL~ ~ [ e 8outlt JCM~a' lal pottet~ ,white =upremaey ~ ~Deadd~'~L~ ~ l~.tur e lmll at Wayae U=ve~ ma~r~'~-~'~ [e~,t~ ~ ~ I~ ,;i:~" ~to altow~ m of the votem queued up out~ a V urmr. Tim ao-y~ ~-utov is a prefacer o~ ly after zte~ oa,~;-~ .~-~ I~i~i~mml~M M i , ~, ~ =~ " -u"m"u-'a. -------~ ~, -" ""~". insect and ~ . .- moM proble~