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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
October 7, 1943     Golden Valley News
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PAGE BIX THE GOLDEN ?AL~L]~Y,NEWS Thursday, October Do You Know Them All? Help Us Down Memory Lane by Sending in the Names the Persons Whose Pictures Appear Below USE SOFT CORN TO wlll also eat parts of the stalk. "Equip all farm GET MOST IN I~ED --V-- l properly installed and, COMMON CAUSES OF FARM I tained lightning rods." The majority of North Dakota FIRES EASILY CORRECTED I Though these are the corn was very immature when kill- lards, there are many ed by ,the early September frost Eight main hazards, all easy to iskie says. Oil, paint this year This corn is even softer correct, cause the majority of farm I covered rugs are anotl than in 1942 and its use is more fires, points out John Zaylskie, l cause of farm fires. of a problem, i NDAC Extension Service Forester./ rags in the open, or Because it is high in moisture, t,The survey was made by the Na-l immediately, a few at a some spoiling and molding will ltional Fire Protection association. ] ----------V~ occur. But less spoilage and moldt "Flammable roofs should be re-I MORE SOAP PR will develop if the ears are leftI placed with fire retardentmaterials. on the stalks than if they areI "Defective heating systems cause Consumers will,have husked and stored, l many farm fires. Clean chimneys supplies within Frost corn makes good silage, and i and flues yearly. Repair them if War Food this is the best way to handle ~hel corn. If a permanent silo is not available, a temporary one may be made from snow fence or woven wir~, or a trench silo may be used, advises J. H. Longwell, chief of the NDAC Division of Animal Industry. The crop may be harvested by sheep or cattle. Cattle or lambs should be gradually accustomed to the soft corn by allowing ~hem in the field for only a few hours a day for the first week. A feed of dry hay before they are turned in the corn may help prevent digestive disturbances. Generally, they are faulty, nouneed a program I "Be careful with electrical equip- 28 percent increase in merit. Keep cords in repair. Dis- ti0n for civilian use connect all appliances immediately phasized that there afar using, excess and urged "Extinguish matches and cigar- every possible ettes completely before discarding them. Keep matches in safe con- tainers beyond the reach of small CASUALTIES TO children. Permit no smoking ~, around combustible materials. I Announced ! United States "Keep gasoline and kerseneithe outbreak of safely stored in clearly marked l(whose next of t metal safety cans. Handle with;L total 105,205, accc care at all times, i Navy "Keep all rubbish cleaned outi total includes: the spoilage and mold is not likely constantly. Burn it only on wind- ied, 28,226; to injure the animals, but permit- less days, and in protected con-i oners of war, ting them ,to have too much feed tainers. at the start may upset them, Long- I well says. I "Prevent spontaneous ignition of MORE LEATHER hay. Be sure hay is properly eured l REPAIRING OF Hogs will not make as effectiveI before placing it in the mow Pro- use of soft corn as either cattleI vide proper ventilation. Inspect l More leather will or sheep. ,The hogs will eat only~ the hay regularly for signs of for repair of civilian the grain, while the cattle or sheep i heating. ! result of a recent t ii 1: ii l FARMERS! If you are planning an auction sale this coming Fall you will save money by having The Golden Valley News print your bills and carry your ad. No other paper in this territory can serve you so effectively as this newspaper.., and the cost will be no higher than you would pay for far smaller circulation. Our business is to get results. GoldenVaUey News ads and sale bills will draw the big crowds. Come and see us about your sale. The Golden Valley News ~,000 Weekly Readers it: