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THE TULSA DAILY WOULD. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1915
T II IC H K f Wisconsin's Live Stock Income Is Greater Than Oklahoma's Oil - J Timely News for the Stockman, Farmer and Orchard is t as Given By the World's Experts WISCONSIN'S LIVE STOCK INCOME EXCEEDS THAT OF OKLAHOMA OIL Interesting Facts Pertaining lo Stock Ruining) South Just Now Com. lilt; Into ll Own u. a I,eudlii Thoroughbred Mock Country i The b and Wherefore, (By N. R, ORAHAM of TulM) The itate Of Wisconsin today bri hk-s mora money Into its banks to the credit of its cltlieni from the Hit of registered cattle than Oklahoma re ceive! from the aaia of uil. Whal is trua of Wlaconaln i. In l;i rui' part, true of New York. Illinois, Iowa and Ohio yel theaa st ;i t are not t'"iay in bs favorable a position for the sale of high-bred regiatered live stock aa is iklahoma. As proof or this statement 1 call to your attention two very Important conditions. First, the fact that the great smith i. just now eomlng Into its own. be ginning to talk and work to diversi fied farming to the Increaae of th cattle ami dairy Industry to take the place of wornoui cotton fields. Second, the fact that the difference In climate between the northern states and the southern states Is so great aa to make it absolutely danger ous to ship fine hred cattle from them Into the south, whereas the difference between Oklahoma and these states is ho slight as to permit shipments at practically any season of the year. Demand of South. The south is going to make a strong demand for breeding cattle. Each year aa the realisation that high-grade ami regiatered cattle cost no more and bring a bigger profit than do scrubs, come (0 the south, their demands will Increaae, This means that the field that pre pares to supply this demand will reap the harvest of foresight, Tulsa county Is going after its sham Of the bsulness. if the earnest inton and effort Of some of our leading fanners ami business men can hi taken as a fair Indication. History of the breeding business had proven that the communities stnndini: the highest as exporters gained thel position through organisation, Tulsa Count Follows, Tulsa county is following this ap proved rule. At a meeting Of twenty some farmers and business men in terested in making Tulsa county the leading breeding cattle county of k -luhorna held at the falrgorunoa durlni the distribution of registered Holstelne by the Merchants & Planters hank, a Tulsa County Regiatered 'attic asso ciation was organised, Col. C. E, Bupeea, one of the leading bredera of short horn cattle In the southwest was elected president. I had the honor of being named secre tary of the organisation, while a com mittee composed of the following gentlemen WM named to work with the president and secretary in the formation of hy-laws and rules. The committeemen are James Oil lot f . Harford horn brt horn hie breeder: breeder; v. p, Fears, short leder; John Kramer, short dcr; cus Orcutt, Pole-Angus Ed Abdo, HoiMein breeder: IW, .. Hudson, Jersey breeder; C, s. ; Avery, county commissioner and l.ouis jCllne, county clerk. I To these gentlemen Is intrusted the : t.isk of organisation and on their shoulders rests the Important step in getting Tulsa county started right in a ! business thai should mount into the hundreds of thousands of dollars In a I few years, Keep Breeds Dp, it Is proposed that the organisation shall dev.de lis efforts in two direc tions, First, in keeping the breeds of Tulsa country to a high point. Second. ior organised error) in the sale of the Tulaa county breed output. .Most of these men have considerable short horn breeder; A. Qlllisple, money Invested In the cattle business right now, others are among the many who are starting, but who ore earnest in their intentions to lie i factor in the development of t ii is business, i, as secretary, have arranged for oounty herd hooks ,f ail the leading brands. In these books Will be kept register records of the respective breeds. B) having such a record at hand so that a prospective buyer may secure information as to the whereabouts of the cattle he is seeking, quick sales may he made. As it is Important that those who are not thoroughly informed on the relationship of their respective breeds, be instructed the association will buy books on the history of the different breeds, keeping them on hand for the Information of those interested, in this way there will be no need to let the breeds run down- instead Tulsa county will continue to build up and thereby win for itself a reputation in the south and southwest as a cattle county of unusual output. Tulsa farmers are fast coming to the realisation that old-style farming for cotton or wheat or corn alone will not make f their farm a home and as this realization spreads, mole and more beef and dairy cattle arc finding their way Into the county and with them is coming an Increasing prosper ity among the farm folks of Tulsa. GIVE YOUR STOMACH A CHANCE I Fclp it, when it lacks tone or itrength, by the use of HOSTETTERS Stomach Bitters You'll find it very helpful. Mere Ability to Milk Not All That Is Necessary for the Dairy Hands tier, is collected and referred to the department of jusiice for prosecution Conviction Is followed bj the same punishment that is provided in cases where Interstate business is carried on without a tlcenae. The department of agriculture however, cannot recommend 'he in stitution of criminal proceedings un less it is in a position to prove thul the law or the regulations have been vn latcd by the shipment or delivery for shipment, In Interstate comi . or by sale m the District of Colum bin or in the territories, "f a worth less or dangerous produi i or of an article prepared at an unlicensed es tablishment M cannot prevent the manufacture of such products, it can not confiscate them when they are discovered un ess tin y are talseh branded or labeled within the menn- Hie of the food and drugs act; and it cannot prevent their sale within the confines of the state in "huh the) w i re prepared. Now's the Time To Save Orchard Trees; Get Busy A dairyman related some time ago that he discovered quite by accident that something else is required to be a first-class dairy band than mere ubillty to milk cows. This dairyman had two men In his employ, To all appearances one Was as good as the other; yet one, if per mitted to miik certain cows for a ii onth at a time i Id net from 10 to 20 per cent more milk from them than the other COUi'd under the same circumstances, Now what was It that made this vast difference In these men as dairy hands? The answer was that the first man was merely an ordinary Workman, who did his work conscientiously enough, but without giving it any amount of thought. The other was pi rticular about three things: The first w as be Was qtllst about his Work, lie often said he would rather be in the stable alone with the COWS at milking time than to have others there, some perhaps whistling 01 Shouting, or doing other things likely to disturb the cows. This hand said a constitutionally nervous man ought not to he permitted to handle cows. In more than one respect quiet Is a meat ho p to good milking. Another thing ahout which the sec ond man was particular was the COn 'I lion Of his nails. He kept them care fully manicured BO that in pressing the teats the cows felt no Irritation. The teats of a cow are sensitive, and If a COW is kept In a nervous state through th nails digging into the flesh, that ecu is going to fall off in milk pro duction. This is a very important matter, as the writer knows hv ex- pirience. The cow must he absolutely Cem for table and contented while she. is being milked. The third point in the second man's favor was the care he exercised to gel tin last drop of milk from the udder Without undue loss of time. In "strip pint!" the cow he kneaded the udder CUrefUlly so as to net the milk down In the teats, a process by which the lasl few gills of fluid are quickly and completely removed. Valuable work In the control of oi chard1 Insect pests may he accom plished during the fall, winter and early sprint;. Certain destructive in sects are held in check only hv spray ing during the dormant period of tn is when stronger washes may he used than when the trees are in foliage. Many insects of the orchard spend the winter on the trees in the Bfg, larval or pupal stage, and their destruction In the course of pruning or other orchard work is practicable ami Is of much importance in keep ing them reduced. spray Dormant Trees for Scale Inset-Is and riant I .ice. Orchard scale Insects, as a class, are la si Heated alter the foliage bus dropped from the 'trees. This work I nui) he done in late fa. I. during the v inter when the lein petal ore is ahove trussing, or in tiie spring before the buds swell to any extont. Spraying of apple, peach, pear and other trees fni the San Jose scale with strong I lime-sulphur or nt Iter suitable wash is now very generally practiced by or chardlats, and man) persons owning lilt . small number Of fruit trees III the yard also regular'.y praj the trees for the control of this serious insect pest. Lime-sulphur conoen troti Is us in spraying for the Ban Jose scale, and may he purchased of manufacturers or made ,,t home. The commercial urtlclo usually has a dsn ill) of ij degrees to SI degrees as registered on a Baumo hydrometer, lend in preparing the concentrate at homo effort should he mad tu se- CI ic a wash ot ahout this detlSlt) Hi'ch a concentrate is used at tin ratu 0? one pari to eight or nine parts ot water i oily one treatment each win ter Is necessary to hold this peal III subjection, hut the application must be very thorough, coating aV parti of the twms, iimhs and branches 'this work requires a spra) mill those may now- he . Work on almost any seal In Bias from the so-ca pump, suitable for work on a few lues in the yard, to the large gasoline-power outfit employe. I in exten sive orchards. More specific Infor mation on the San Jose scale and the preparation at home of lime-sulphur concentrate will he found in Farmers' bulletin 650. WHEAT BEARDS ARE CAUSE OF SICKNESS ibtalned foi ami range Id bucket HAIR IS GRAY YOU LOOK OLD Inflammation or ling Digestive Organs May aiis. Death to Kntlre Herd. New Regulations Promulgated to Govern Interstate Shipments of Viruses, Serums, Toxins, Etc. Look Young by Darkening (iray Hair With Q-Ban No Dye. Harmless. WASHINGTON, Oct. 16. The see rctary of agriculture has promulgated additional regulations governing tho preparation and shipment in Inter state commerce of viruses, serums. toxins, and analogous products in tended for use In the treatment ot domestic animals. These regulations are designated as amendment 1 to II. A. I. order 196. As a result of tin' public hearing held by the depart ment on September 28, further revis ion of the existing regulations may he made, but the consideration of them has not yet heeli cotnp'eted. The present order was effective September 16, It provides, in part, th;.t: "Ail anti-hog-cholera serum ami hi g-cholera Virus shall he prepared, handled, stored, marked, treated am tested by the establishments in ac cordance with methods prescribed by HERE PERMANENLY There are thirty-tyvo reasons for giving care to the teeth, and you carry them In your head. Hood teeth means good health, poor teeth causes indigestion and stomach trouble. Wo givo you a bonded guarantee with all work. Three graduate Dentists, who have stood the test, are employed here. Money-saving prices for 30 days: Teeth, without plates 85. 00 Ludwig Double Suction I'lates J5.00 Crowns, extra heavy $4.00 Bridge Work, per tooth $3.;0 ami up. White Crowns $4.00 Painless Extraction 50o Wo Are Sleep Vapor Specialists. EXAMINATION FREE, 10 per cent discount to all union men and famlllea Cut this out and bring this to the office. It Is worth $1.00 on $10.1)0 worth of dental work. New York Painless Dentists I'll' NK 3740. UVKIi KKNI1KKUS. 116 SOl.TH MAIN All Week Special $5.50 Wool nap Blankets, (56x80 inches $4.00 Genet Furn. Co. TEXAS STATE FAIR Dallas and Return $11.60 October 16th to 31st: linal limit November 1st. For particulars .see F. W. DUNN, Tliket Ageul, Tulsa, Okla lis tt c ehlef of tho bureau of animal industry." The bringing of animals exposed to communicable diseases onto tho piemlsea of a licensed establishment is prohibited. (in this point th eider provides: "No animal from pub 'le stock yards, abattoir pens, or similar places; no animal Which is Infected with, or which litis been exposed to, any In fectious, contagious, or communl cable disease shall he brought onto i he premises of any licensed estab lishment at which any anti-hog-cholera serum or hog-cholera vims is prepared." The bringing of products of un licensed establishments onto licensed premises is also forbidden. This in. hlbttlon reads: "No virus, serum, toxin or analog ous product which has not been pre pared, handled, stored, marked, treated and tested In accordance with fin thuds prescribed by the chief of the bureau f animal Industry, or which is worthless, contaminated, dangerous or harmful, shall be brought onto the premises of any li censed establishment at which any anti-hog-cholera serum or hog chol era virus is prepared." Shipment Prohibited, These regulations have been pro mulgated under the national serum law. approved March 4, 1918, This law prohibits manufacturers from shipping or delivering for shipment In Interstate commerce virus, serum, toxin, or analogous product, or pre paring or selling such product In the District of Columbia or the terri tories, unless and until tho said prod' nets shall be been prepared at an establishment holding an UO sus pended and unrevoked license. In order to obtain this license, the establishment must comply with tho requirements prescribed by the sec letary of agriculture, and shipment of the products in interstate commerce or their preparation or sale In tho Dlstlct of Columbia or the territories. without the necessary license, is pun I ishable by fine or imprisonment. Licenses may be suspended or re voked in cases where establishments fail to comply with the law and the regulations. The department has no authority over establishments which dispose of produc ts in the same state in whic h they are manufactured. Such estab lishments are amenable only to state laws and regulations. No authority Is vested in the department to guarantee or certify any commercial serum, and the law makes no provision for a con tinuous examination and inspection of serum establishments similar to that which is enforced under the meat in spection law In packinghouses doing an Interstato business In meat and meat-food products. Without such Supen islon the department cannot undertake, nor has it ever undertaken to certify or guarantee the potency of the produc ts of scrum establishments Musi Ipprove Plant. Since tho primary- control of the department over serum establish -t -entstls Its power to Issue or with hold licenses. It Is required that, be fore any lic ense is Issued, the plant's equipment and sanitary condition shall meet an approved standard and that Competent men he employed to make and handle the serum and I virus. These products are not tested I by the department unless there Is reason to believe that they are worth less, contaminated, or harmful. The manufacturers must do their own testing, and must maintain com plete records of the preparation and I shipment of their products. This lat ter requirement enables the depart ment, in case of need, to true all Shipments of any suspected product. Should It be found that any estab lishment has shipped an unfit pro duct, evidence establishing the viula- If your hair is gray, faded, wispy, thin, prematurely gray, or streaked with may, you will look twelve or fif teen years younger if you darken yoiit gray hair by shampooing your hair and scalp a few times with Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer, It Is harmless and not a dye, but acts on the roots, makes gray hair healthy, turning all your gray hair to a beautiful, lustrous, soft, natural (Irak shade, darkening your gray hair and entire head of hair so evenly and naturally that no one need suspect you use Q-Ban, Be sides, Q-Ban stops dandruff, Itc hing i scalp and falling hair, promotes its growth, (itiaranteed to give satis- faction or money refunded, only 50c for 11 big 7-oz. bottle at Quaker drug store, Tulsa, okla. Out-of-town folks supplied by mail. Adv, Oklahoma lost a great part f the Wheat crop the past season from ta n. which caused the wheat lo fall, and this condition caused its loss as fat as commercial value or ready cash was concerned This falling made blinding Impossible and the crop was I lactic. lily lost, except what slock wire allowed to get by pasturing When hogs are turned on a feed of this kind, or stubble, they develop inflammation of the digestive tract, mostly In the region of the mouth and pharynx. The cause of tho trouble is the pentratlon of the mucus membrane by tin- sharp beards f Wheat. This sets up severe Inflam mation which may cause death. Symptoms- The diagnosis differs with different animals. In most ani mals where the beards are located in the lining of the mouth, the boards i will be found sticking to the mem- ', Inane. The effects may Involve the 1 general condition of the annual by a disturbance In the bowels with dial i ho, -a. loss of appetite and labored i breathing, Treatment In cases where the trouble is located in the mouth, re . move the beards from the mouth. ' Remove all animals from the field ami feed only soft digested foods. In severe cases where the air passages land intestines are Involved', little can ; be done. The giving of a dose of oil May produce good results In a num- i ber of cases. -C. H. McElroy, de partment of veterinary medicine, Ok lahoma A. A M college, Stillwater. GOOD BREEDING AND FEEDING NECESSARY different Persons Will Soou Dogouorate Besl of Grades. If vnu want to hire lind use World Wants. help of any A good bleeder must be a good fee der, as ibis is the basis of the business SfoU can take good animals that have been developed to .1 fe .V gt Delations until established in great si.e and quality combined so thai the clfspring inherits them Then place them in I hi' hands of a poor and indiffe rent breeder and feeder ami In i te w generations you win have thorn back to their original position, losing all of the Improvements and gain. Hood blood is not everything, Not c v ei j annual that t an furn -ii a pedi gree is desirable for a breeder, though bis breeding ' f the vorj best. Mis individual qualities are the Important part, and should equal the excellence of his pedigree. There may he ex ceptions, but life Ik loo short to lake chalices on the exceptions, Many men will hang onto a sow I ause she has a splendid pedigree, when ill conformation she Is not a good rep resentative of tin breed. Usually oases of ibis kind arc a detriment to tin herd. nil the other hand, those who think a pedigree is of little value will never get very far in pure bled live stock production. A pedigree is of very little value to a buyer of breeding animals unless he knows something :' the individuals found among tho ancestry named. The hog breeder mist know the bloodlines thai are popular in the bleed he is producing, and those that are doing the most to build up the breed. Remember, the better the breeding Stock the belter are the chalices for Improving the Individuals in the herd, and thereby building Hp a good herd. Hence the greater opportunity for success iii the iiog business. Then again, you must feed and care for what you have already or they become finer in spite of a.1 you can do and will soon go back to the scrub Stage. I'" not cross breeds The best ( loss for any breed is the feed bin. All feeding must he done with good Judgment. Changing feed must be dene gradually. Avoid radical changes. If a ration change is made If Is liable to disturb the condition of the animal, and If she is a sow suck ling pigs It Is very likely to be a seri ous damage to the inter. Therefore, make in I changes of feed carefully, moderately and gradually SO as hot to inline the litter or sow W Li, !'liz- tard, department of animal hus bandry, Oklahoma A & M, college, Stillwater HESSIAN FLY INFESTS GARFIELD CO. WHEAT i.ers of Hessian fly, and considerable alarm Is ' felt. farmers are being cautioned to plow up all viduntces wheal and then wait as long as pos sible before seeding the winter wheat. In this way it is hoped that the fly will he killed out before they call lay eng.- in places protected by tin cold, in many places where volunteer wheat has Come up it S said to be covered With I he fly and the wheat literally eaten up bj them. luMtrute whal the fly fit id of t i wheat. I be ground a nil u cat In to any efforts in exterminating the pest. The ground is moist enough to last man) weeks and there is plenty "i pasture for stock so thai there is really no occasion for early wheat seeding By putting off the sowing of w In at and plowing under all vol unteer wheat the fly may be success fully eradicated, This would il- would do to a Conditions of e favorable Catarrh of If cad yx -SmS Know f pe-ru-na Mr. W. II Chancy, U. P, D. 2, Sutherlin, Pittsylvania Co., Va.. writes: "For the past twelve months I have I n ., sufferer from catarrh of the bead. Since taking four bot tles of your Peruna I feel a different person altogether. The severe pains in my head have disappeared, and my entire System has been greatly Strengthened. This Is my first tes timonial lo the curative iiialitles of any patent medicine, but I feel It a duty to mankind to let them know of the greatest medicine on earth Perulm In my estimation for the above trouble." Those who object to liquid medi cines can now procure Peruna Tablets, lo he p Your Skin Free From Hairs Bptfllsl to The World. HNUTBR, okla., Oct. 18 Investi gations by farmers of tiarfleld county disclose the presence of unusual hum- (Beauty Topics). If vou are willing to spend a fw nnnines iiinii in your room using a delatons paste, you can easily banish 'any ugly, hairy growth without dis comfort or Injury. The paste is made by mixing some water with a little powdered delatone, This is then spread over the hairy surface and after about minutes rubbed off and the skill washed. You will not he disappointed with this treatment, providing you get reul delatone. Adv THE INDUSTRIAL CEN TER OF OKLAHOMA ON THE M. O. & G. Ry., T- SECOND STATION EAST OF HENRYETTA nip. Ab Kiihii Speltet Ciimpaii 'h plum win upiH-ur wiim completed Mx funiAcei w ir operation KLSA ANNOUNCES HER SECOND BIG ZINC WORKS La Harpe Spelter Company has located here, and its bifr plant is under construction. These two plants will g-ive employment to hundreds of high paid operatives. Knsa smelters pay wages an high as the highest paid smelter workers in the world. With Kusa's enormous, gas and coal supply and favorable freight rates, these two plants should be but the beginning of her industrial greatness. Witter and gas mains are being laid in Kusa's stn-ets, Kusa is not a "Boom Town" has mi tents or "shacks;" has j-'ood modern homes, but is wholly unable to care for her highly paid permanent population, rapidly increasing. Home Builders, Business Men and Investors Will Find Kusa an Ideal Location Kusa advertises accomplishments. We believe her payroll to be more than that of any town of "i.OOO people iu the state. Kusa extends the invitation and presents the opportunity to you to come and share iu her progress and pros perity. KUSA TOWNSITE & IMPROVEMENT COMPANY (Main Office at Kusa). Address all communications (until P, 0. is established at Kusa) to our branch office. 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