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MILKING THREE TIMES DAILY
Custom Among More Advanced Dairy
men of Denmark-Practice Pre
vents Congestion of Udder.
What are our dairy cows for? Do
-we keep them as lawn ornaments, or
.as a source of milk supply? Shall the
dairyman drive his cows from door to
door, as dairy cows and goats are
^driven in some countries, milking as
tauch and as often as his patronage
demands as long as his supply holds
out, or shall he use more improved
methods? Shall he milk once a day,
ss was the practice some hundreds of
years ago, and is yet the custom in
some places, or shall he milk three
times, as is the custom among the
more advanced dairymen in Den
mark? Shall the cow be given the op
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portunity to show h?r capacity by thc
removal of her milk product as often
as seems necessary, or shall we dry
ier down to suit cur convenience in
As cur population and the cost of
.food products increases, milk as ono
?.o? the most valuable of food products
-will also increase in price, and in the
near future it will be as customary
for dairymen to milk cows three times
a day during tho earlier portion of
fie lactation period as it is now to
milk but twice. Indeed, owing to the
-wonderful milk-producing qualities of
3KolstehvFriesian cows,' in order to
?avoid congestion of the udder it is the
common practice among these having
the better cows to milk three times
daily for many weeks after freshen
VALUE OF CREAM SEPARATOR
'Expert of Missouri Agricultural Col
lege Says 25 Fer Cent More
Cream Secured From Milk.
**The farmer who uses a cream sep
arator obtains as much milk from four
cows as is obtained from five cows
?wuere cream is raised in a pan." says
C. H. Eckles of thc Missouri College
of Agriculture. Tie separator method
Sets 25 per cent more cream from the
4s?ilk and this will pay fer a S'.'.jaratcr
isl a year in a dairy herd of ten or
Store cows. As the cream is separated
"while fresh and sweet, ripening ran be
^controlled and butter cf much better
grade can be secured than ii' the
cream is raised by gravity. The use
.of 3 separator lightens the work for
Hue housewife. The machine is kept
ina '.?mall room adjoining the barn and
only the separator parts are brought
?roiv the house. These, astead of nu
merous pans and crocks, are returned
?to the kitchen for washing after thc
afresh skim milk has been fed to the
calves and pigs.
.A well-made separator will last for
^ears, in spite of the fact that it is put
.Sato service twice a day. The sopara
.tor should run from four to six years
"without repairs, if reasonable care is
?0WS REQUIRE MUCH WATER
Practice of Watering Herd But Once
Daily Is Net to 3e Recommended
-Three Times Is Better.
lt fa a mistake to he satisfied with
-watering the herd but once a day. If
"they can be induced to drink twice or
.three times a day. it should be done.
'Caws need much water.
lt has been found that the average
milch cow requires about 81 pounds
of water a day while- in milk (nearly
ten gallons), and about 54 pounds
-While dry. Of this, the cow in milk
iakes rather more than two-thirds
teay seven gall-ms) as drink, and the
Tssst in her foo:', while the dry cow
takes rather less than two-thirds as
-jflrink, and a little more than one-third
TO REMOVE WARTS ON TEATS
Roi Affected Parts Daily With Castor
OJ! or Goose Grease-Cut Off
the Large Ones.
"Warts on a cow's teats wiil disap
jKftr after a time If the affected parts
?re rubbed once or twice ^aiiy with
*2>esi castor oil or fre?h goose, grease.
' A large wart, having a narrow base,
fihonld be snipped o;Y with scissors,
icd the bleeding stopped by applying
rjpcwdcir ^r solution.
H it starts to grow again, cauterize
.She part with lunar caustic pencil.
MUCH ADLER-I-KA USED QI EDGE
It is reported by Penn & Hol
stein druggist that much Adler-i-ka
is sold in Edeedeld. People have
found out that ONE SPOONFUL
of this simple buckthorn Dark and
glycerine mixture relieves almost
ANY CASE of constipation, sour
or gassy stomach. It is so power
ful that it is used successfully in
appendicitis. ONE MINUTE af
ter you take it the gasses rumble
and pass out. It is perfectly safe
to use and cannot gripe. 2
The Pi??s That Do Cure
NEW Ure PILLS
New .Through Sleeping Car.
Between Aiken and New York,
Washington, Baltimore, Phil
adelphia, effective November
23, 1915 on the Augusta Spe
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8:32 a m
10:50 a m
12:57 p. m
Drawing Room, State Room and
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Sleeping Cars? Dining Cai Service
For All Meals. For reservations
and information, apply to
J. A. TOWNSEND,
Ticket Agent, Edgefield, S. C.
I desire to notify my friends and
the public generally that I am agent
for the National Monument, Tomb
stone and Mausoleum Company of
Canton, Ga , and solicit your orders.
This company is located near the
marble and granite quarries of
Georgia, and is in a position to
make very low prices on all classes
of work. I shall be glad to call
and see any one interested.
J F. PARDUE,
Colliers, S. C.
April 12, 1010.
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Complete stock of underwear for men and boys.
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Ford Cars Have
Stood the Test
The experience of scores of own
ers of the Ford Automobiles has
proven that there is nothing better
made for the Edgefield roads. Ford
cars will carry you safely over any
road that a buggy or any other ve
hicle can travel.
An All-the-li ear-Around Car
They are light, yet substantially
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Edgefield Auto Repair Shop
Next to Court House
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