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y TH; I DUSERET FARMER Saturday, November 4, lqo8 m -" - - , .. -T ; w. r I IWTOFDOOR WORKERS t Men who cannot sloo v . 0 x) m for a rainy day,- will A aWn find Ihe greatest JsSeVr-. comfort and freectomgrHrJ of bodily movement PVt-rf W I BB if I JV WATERPROOF jM A I OILED CLOTHIN&J' , H Every garment bearing A ) 1 1 the sign of th fih "n 1 ' guaranteed waterproof -iN Catalog free g?w H 4w.fbwtR CO BO&TON V6A i6J B toienw(i,fo tiwiUO tfcoonTQ cw I I I I FOR SALE Boiwtll Winter Oati, I Btiwtjll Winter Barley. I "Writi for particular I STEPHEN BOSWELL I IflPHI - UTAH I National Field and Hog Fence K t- toaww h-- hkW toM-V lkawWaflWM-ea a-aapMah4 -fc-t..fc..fc..t i. t iL fc-fc-fr H ulvcbcitiorrlce,laaUIoni?ct,caucinotrou-lc. Don't H buy a fenoo until you hvo written About thin, our H t-iimnfin ' B 'M-n-i4 u whnt 7011 rcqulro unci kruu tu- T b 1 uuao wo will name you imcclAl B REVOiYlfi' IDARBLrimc uoiivcrwi pnco. H DaKalbFaneaCo,, DKal, III. Kanta-Clly, Mo. , Have Your HARNESS, BUGGY TOPS H AND CARRIAGES H Dressed with B VA. O. CHAPMAN'S , HARNESS AND CARRIAGE DRE6SING H Guaranteed to Preserve Leather and H Make it Look Like New. i Whoesale and Retail by m Z. C. M. I., Salt Lako City. IWmrr MttW tm aivm S4fmfmfifmm. ' QombmiW Caustic Balsam wkkkkkkbk Mas Isllttors But Nt Gupitltirs. J Safe, Speedy aad PoelUre Cure for wk hunt Iwway, Gm4 JUek, Hmiuei Tb4mi, Faader, "Wlai at. aa4 all Imbmm fr Sparta, m-gVw a4 other ferny tumors, mm all ahta ttaeaaoa or raraaltM, T-rwta, Dif-tkarU. Rens-M all laathea inm Utim or Cattle, lfiwi,'lkfTfatt1 Tta.t It U ianKiatoa!, jT-y VotUo eC 0tio XalMJii -old U ywr WWM. Sold by drurglato. or Mnt by yiw, Mf paia. with rati dlreottoai for to ttM. tVSed for dscriptlr olroilr, fn Mil 1 Winn, ta. AddnM rh Uwrence-Wllllami Co., Cleveland, 0. FA P PtWFKCT 59" I HUO gamB Freeiiai iiit ATTACHED INSTANTANEOUSLY Nam and Address. Numbered If Desired. LEO BANDS fer Poultry, Plgaons, Turkeys ALT LAKE STAMP CO. alt Lake, Utah. BIG BARGAINS in Registered Duroc Jersey Swine. Remember I am the State' Pioneer Breeder 4 will pay express. F. R. PEART. CornUk, Utak. FOR SALE. Registered Duroc Jersey Swim. For information, write or phosc CALVIN WHEELER. CoLUnatos - - Utmk A BA R 8 A I N I A pair oi Registered Jerseys, Bull and Heifer, for $105.00. They are beauties. -,-. JOSEPH BARKER, Ogden, Utah. R D. No. 3 I I EXCELSIOR STOCK FARM H J. R. ALLEN & BROS., Proprietors LLB-H lB-B-ILHivL-e-B-B-B-B-B-B-B-B V aHVnLLLBBB H Breeders and Importers of Percheron Horses, Short Horn Cattle V and Cotswold Sheep. We now offer the trade 1,000, 100 to 150-lb. Ram B Lambs; 300, 200-lb yearling Rams; 500 Ewes. All pure-bred! Cotswold, H all in th very best condition. Our Cotswolds lead the world; one of H dur Rams, bred and reared 03 they are, is worth three brought ta freea B aaada or tkvs East. Flock headers a specialty. M L-. .rr. .. WK HANDLX OOOD STUFF ONLY. k -- .-si.. .. j... , , l ...... 1 t . . BBBL LIVESTOCK 1 I PARALYSIS OF THE HIND PART OR AZOTURIA IN HORSES. By Dr. David Roberts, Wisconsin State Veterinarian. This is a disease which comes on suddenly tind is due to an acid in the blood. It sometimes affects the front pnrts as well as the hind parts, and the animal inny come out of the Darn feeling fine, ambitious, willing to go, and often goes faster than usual, but before it has gone very far it begins to lose its speed, hangs back, sweats , profusely, breathes hard, and begins to knuckle over behind', gets lame in one or both hind limbs and in a short time is unable to go any further and often falls helpless on the road in a paralyzed condition. The proper thing to do is to place him on a stone boat add haul him into the nearest barn, place him in a large, well bedded box stall or a ibarn floor where he can be turned over often until he is able to get up. Medi cines should be given of a laxative nature and that will allay pain and counteract the acid condition of the blood1. An injection of warm water should be given to unload the rectum of its focces so that the animal can if possible urinate. If unable to do so. the urine should be drawn. A stimu lating Ilnnlncitt or a mustard plaster should be placed over the liips and the body should be kept comfortably warm. The nhintal should be given plenty of drinking water with the chill taken frotni it, a very little, if any, feed should be given before he gets up and he should ibc fed on bran mashes and1 a very little hay after he is up until a full recovery has been brought about. - CLEAN UP THE rrD YARDS. Now is the best time of the year to give thfc feed yards and barn yard's a general cleaning-up. In fact, it would have been much better had the manure in these yards been scraped up, loaded into the spreader and scattered upon the wheat ground be fore the ground was plowed. It is surprising how a t'hin treatment of manure will ptfh the wheat rtlong. I aw a small field of wheat this season vfiich had ifoen coVered with manure last August. It was double disced and harrowed and then seeded without further cultivation. That piece of B wheat was worth going across the f township to look at. It sccird that I discing in the manure put it just 1 where it was available, and the plants made the best of it. While plowing I stubble ground is the usual practice, K yet the results from this disced field jj show that the mechanical condition I of the secd-bed is what counts. L. C. Brown. o A NEW YORK BOWERY BIT. We were traveling through the 1 Bowery in a Fourth Avenue car. A pretty Italian woman oa.mc in carry ing a basket which she most carefully placed on her lap when she took the seat just across from us. Soon we dfscovcrcd a thick, white semi-liquid oozing from the meshes of the bas- 1' . ket. Instinctively we drew in our skirts, and as the stream gained in If volume so our wonder grew. When the conductor came for the woman's fare, ishe handed him a dime and he handed her back five pennies. Lifting the lid of her basket she gave us a glimpse of large platter which com plctcly covered the bottom, a.nd which in turn was -more than covered with macaroni in a rich-looking sauce. Into this she threw those five pennies, and dropped the lid. I gasped but my ever-ready friend' murmured sooth ingly: "It's. all right. Probably her doctor has ordered a little change in her diet." A. M. C. SACRED RIGHTS. A true specimen of manly chivalry the very pattern of a small knight who holds the rights of his Lay love sacred was encountered the other day in aj Boston kindergarten. The teacher discovered that a very small boy was chewing gum-, and she bade hi: disgorge it. ". can't," he said. "You can't?" she answered in sur prise. "Why, yes, you can, and you must." "No, I can't," he persisted, and kept the gum in his mouth. "Now vhy can't you give me that gum, johnnny?" the teacher asked. "Because," said Johnny shortly, "it belongs to a little girl in Somervillc."