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KILLING WORMS IN HORSES
?Good Pian to Keep Mixture of Liqua!
i Parts of Salt and Hardwood Ashes
Before the Animals.
i<By M. H. REYNOLDS. Veterinarian.
University Farm. SL Paul Minn.)
Horses hare different kinds of
?worms inhabiting different parts ot
?the intestines and requiring somewhat
different treatments. There is no one
?specific or best treatment for worms.
?lt is a good plan to keep a mixtura
r?f equal parts of salt and sifted hard
ihood ashes constantly before horses.
. For ihe white worms B?X to twelve
.Inches long, and other common worms
.living free ia the intestines, try the
'following treament: First give a
'mild physic, euch as a pint to a quart
of raw linseed oil. Feed little or no
Iiay for three days. On the fourth day
give two to three ounces, that is, from
five to seven tablespoonfuls, of tur
pentine in a pint of raw linseed oil.
Repeat the same dose of turpentine
.and linseed oil on the fifth day, and
.repeat the whole process beginning on
the fifteenth day from the start.
This dose is for a thousand-pound
?horse, and should be given about in
iproportion to weight Judgment
should be used concerning the condi
tion and strength of the horse and
how easily any particular horse is
?affected by cathartic medicines. Never
?give a severe physic to any horse that
|ls thin and weak.
?HANDY BARN ON SMALL FARM
|As Combination Structure for Cowa
j and Horses Illustration Shows
, One Built Cheaply.
! The barn shown in the illustration
?should be built for $450, especially
iwhere a man is so situated he can do
TAKE INTEREST IM GARDENS
American Estate Owners Are Awalo
ening to the Advantage of Beau
I am aware that the estate owners
abroad are more attracted to their
gardens than we find the American
owners to be, but I am also awake to
the fact that Americans are mani
festing a keener interest in gardening
In this present age than they ever did
before. Long before many of our
American estates attain the age of
most of the English estates they will
compare most favorably In their
natural beauty, which is being devel
oped, but which only time can finish.
American landscapes should not be
compared with English landscapes. An
American landscaper who knows his
business can get more beautiful ef
fects in the fall from the coloring of
the leaves than Europe ever dreamed
of. This is due to different, climatic
conditions. On the other hand, Eu
rope surpasses us in its winter land
scape effectB on account of the holly,
hews and many varieties of laurel
that are ever green in Europe, and
which we, owing to our climate, can
not grow successfully, becuase they
are not hardy with us. But the possi
bilities for beautiful effects are just
as great here as in Europe or in any
other part of the world. It sumply re
mains for the skill of the gardens? to
Up to now, much of our troable has
been du? to lavishly trying to follow
European models and ideas. America
presents opportunities for horticulture
which are unequaled In any other por
tion of the globe. California and
Florida can produce wonderful tropi
cal effects; the east, while lt may
miss some of the hardy evergreens,
still can grow enough varieties to
make evergreens a feature, and,
as stated above, our beautiful fall ef
fects are unequaled in any part of the
world.-M. C. Ebel, secretary National
Association of Gardeners, in Letter to
New York TlmeB.
CITY PLANNERS WILL MEET
Those Interested In Advance Move<
ment to Gather at London, Eng*
land, Probably In July.
The International Garden Cities and
Town Planning association was for
mally launched at a large meeting of
PK OKKrSSl O NT A J
DR. J.S. BYRD,
OFFICE OVER POSTOFflCE.
Residence 'Phone 17-R. Office 3.
Appointments at Trenton
125 Mern* l??<d rear Hibernia
in Saluda county.
120 sere?* near Monett?, Sa
SRO aeres in Aiken county,
1U0 acres near Ropers.
300 acres near Celestia or
Davis' mills in Greenwood
and Saluda counties.
50 acres near Edgefield C.
250 aeres near Trenton,S.C.
Several ir*ct* near meeting
Street, and other tracts near
Monett? and Bateebnr.g.
A. 8. TOMPKINS,
Bellefield, S. i .
southern Railway Schedule
Affective Su ?lay. M a Mi ]si
914, Schedule of train No. 8, An
u?ia ti? Columbia, will l?e as f< !..
Lv Auirnsta 7:10 a m
Lv Warrenville 7:40 am
I,\' (. -Ule 7:. . ?i m
Lv Trenton 8:15 a m
Lv Edgetield 7:50 a m
Lv J. .ii II H tV MI a liri
Lv Ward 8:41 a. m
Lv Batesburg 9:15 a m
I, 1 ? 9:2o a m
Lv Lexington lo:00 a ra
Ar Columbia 10:30 am.
Wresponding changes ai interrr.e
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format .tunicate with,
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. "soles .
The Men ance of the Problem Is the Negro.
Question "Settling Itself"?
"The Negro question 'S settling: itself," they tell in, and The Progressive
Farmer ?Imost alone along: che bigger Southern joupnals today scientifically probing,
to the bottom of the whole great problem to see how it is being "settled." -
Did you know, for ex im pie, that from 1870 to iq io the number of mulattoes
in this country increased from 584,049 to 2,050,686 or over 251 per cent-whereas,
the number of full-blooded negroes increased only from 4,295,960 to 7,777,077, or
81 per cent?
In other words, there are not even twice as many full-blooded negroes as
there were in 1870, but there are nearly FOUR TIMES as m .my mulattoes. The
Progressive Farmer of February 2ist will present some amazing figures and some
notable utterances by Rev. A. H. Shannon, Prof. J. T. Brooks, Senator B. K.
Tillman a id others ?ibout this whole big, sinister, loathsome subject. It is not
going to be pleasant reading, bur it's mighty necessary reading and in many re
spects astounding reading, and ought to arouse the whole South to action concern
ing the perils that confront us.
L??ok out for it. Many other equally notable scientific articles on "The
Negto ard Southern Farm Life" will follow.
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The Progressive Farmer
Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Ulis io you, askyourselfwhy
Jioysier's is ike standard of
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